Super Fight League presents SFL 11 Friday Fight Nights Streaming Live on The UnderGround on Friday, 30 November 2012
Los Angeles 7:30 AM • New York 10:30 AM • London 3:30 PM • India 8:00 PM • Hong Kong 10:30 PM
Super Fight League (SFL) has successfully launched its Friday Night Fight Nights, live each week from a specially designed arena in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, in front of an exclusive invitation only audience. SFL is now one of the largest MMA content providers in the world.
Bout 1: Rajinder Singh Meena defeats Amit Raj Kumar via Submission (Guillotine Choke) at 1:21 of Round 1.
Bout 2: Irfan Khan defeats Subrata Das via TKO at 1:26 of Round 1.
Bout 3: Farbod Irannejad v Ranjith Kvia Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:19 of Round 1.
Bout 4: Narender Grewal defeats Soro Ismael via TKO at 2:52 of Round 1.
Bout 5: Virender Singh defeats Naveen Rao via TKO at 2:14 of Round 1.
Bout 6: Ritika Singh defeats Aya Saeid Saber via Unanimous Decision.
After reaching a landmark 10 events, Super Fight League is proud to showcase the first ever SFL headlined by two Indian fighters. Sandeep Yadav will face Sachin Bhat in a battle between two of India's most promising fighters.
A milestone event, SFL 10 showed everything SFL is about. Highlights of the show include American Jimmy Ambriz proving he is among SFL's most exciting heavyweights by stopping Mohammed Abdel Karim in the first round, while Charmaine Tweet gave Puja Kadian her first loss with a first round submission victory. Debutant weltwerweight Jason Solomon was SFL's fighter of the week thanks to his superb first round KO of Suresh Rajput.
SFL 11's co-headline event sees two female flyweights fight for redemption, with former SFL Challengers contestant Ritika Singh fighting her first bout since losing her debut on SFL 5. Up against Singh will be Egypt's Aya Saeid Saber who is fighting after losing her unbeaten record on SFL 6. Singh is joined on SFL 11 by her SFL Challengers male alumni - Rajinder Meena and Irfan Khan - both of whom are looking to maintain win streaks in the SFL.
"After my last fight (SFL 9's fight of the night against Kapil Kumar) I want to have a cleaner fight" says Khan. "This is my second fight in three weeks but it doesn't matter, my opponent is going down."
Also looking to sign on his SFL debut is Iran's Farbod Irannejad. One of the nation's most talented fighters, Irannejad was schooled in Iran's famous wrestling academies before taking up his main love, kickboxing. Taking on Irannejad will be Ranjith K, rated as one of SFL's top featherweights, currently undefeated after winning his debut in just 90 seconds via submission on SFL 6.
"I am happy to be able to fight on a stage like SFL and show my talent to the world. Any fighter in the featherweight division will suffer from my kicks. My next opponent will be stunned by my kicking power and I will finish him via KO" says Irannejad.
Standing at 6ft tall - Sachin Bhat is confident in his ability to stop Sandeep Yadav, who thus far has looked one of the best Indian talents in SFL.
"I have sacrificed many things for this opportunity. Not anyone could do this. I have the discipline and the courage to be one of the best fighter's in the world and I will show this against Sandeep Yadav on SFL 11" said Bhat.
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