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Armfight #44: Tim Bresnan >>>

Armfight #44: Tim Bresnan # Armwrestling # Armpower.net

This time the USA fighter, Tim Bresnan, will face the Bulgarian – Krasimir Kostadinov. They met before, at the Nemiroff World Cup 2013. ()

On 12th July he fought Evgeny Prudnyk – a Ukrainian theatrical actor and an armwrestler. The fight was supposed to be a rematch for 2013, Nemiroff World Cup, where Tim lost with Prudnyk by fouls, in right arm. .

This time the USA fighter, Tim Bresnan, will face the Bulgarian – Krasimir Kostadinov. They met before, at the Nemiroff World Cup 2013. Kostadinov is a five-times world champion and seven-times European champion in right arm. Though now he weighs in at 101 kg, he wants to try the 95 kg + category, superheavyweight, facing an opponent heavier than him by some 30 kg.

This fight is the main event of the evenning, although it was supposed to go different. Alexey Voevoda was supposed to make his great comeback and it was him that Bresnan was supposed to fight. Voevoda, for reasons independent of him, decided to put off the fight until January 2016.

Krazzi” is a great fighter, this will be a great fight – says Bresnan. - But I regret not fighting Voevoda. I worked out especially with him in mind, and now he's making bullshit excuses.

I really wanted to fight Voevoda, i trained harder than ever. This fight meant more for me than any other! I hope he really comes back and that I don't get injured in Vendetta in Vegas with Krasimir and will be ready for January. I'm really disappointed with Alex backing out.

But the Bresnan-Voevoda fight will take place eventually, we all hope.

Tim Bresnan is in great shape – says Igor Mazurenko, organnizer of Vendetta in Vegas. - he is a little disappointed that he will not be fighting Alexey Voevoda in October, but this will give him a chance to prepare even better for January.

Bresnan wrestles with right arm, as his left is injured. The American recalls his fights witl Jerry Cadorette and Devon Larratt as the hardest.

Tim trains every day, sometimes even a couple times a day. He does his hardest work on Saturdays, sometimes up to 5 h. He focuses mostly on forearm, arm and palm. Will he be able to beat Krasimir Kostadinov? We'll see about that on 24 October.

Armfight #44 will take place on 24th October in Las Vegas, on one of the scenes at Fremont Street. There will also be a TV broadcast in CBS Sport Network.

 

Iza Małkowska

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