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11/08

Vartanyan vs.Koshkin


ACB 71



Tournaments in Moscow traditionally please fans with powerful cards and stubborn confrontations in title fights. Each new tournament sets a new benchmark for the promotion itself and for the entire domestic martial arts industry. And this time ACB League is not going to slow down.


Two title fights in the lightweight and bantamweight categories will please the audience. Since the champion is absent due to his injury, two main contenders for the title - Andrei Koshkin and Eduard Vartanyan will fight for the interim belt, and Petr Yan will defend his title for the first time against the Brazilian striker Matheus Mattos. St. Petersburg’s striker Alexei Butorin, Akop Stepanyan, former UFC star Takeya Mizugaki and the contender fight Borisov-Kalamov are also in the card.


Do not miss this powerful event on September 30, 2017!

06/08

Congrats to Mikhail Zayats on great return!


Mikhail Zayats vs Marcus Vanttinen at M-1 Challenge 82


Official promo of M1Challenge82 main event: Zayats vs Vanttinen on August 5, Helsinki


26/07

М-1 Promo


M1Challenge82


Official promo of M1Challenge82 main event: Zayats vs Vanttinen on August 5, Helsinki


26/07

Interview with Fatima Dudieva


Million Dollar Baby


Special report on LIFE Channel with Strela Team MMA fighter Fatima Dudieva.


22/07

Victory!


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Strela Team light heavyweight Giga Kukhalashvile (8-3-0) knocked out previously unbeaten Nurbek Islailov in the first round on punches


19/07

Volkov vs. Struve


Tickets for UFC night on sale


Don't miss your chance to attend the return of UFC to Rotterdam on September 2nd at the Rotterdam Ahoy. In the heavyweight main event, rising contender Alexander Volkov steps up to challenge the tallest athlete in UFC, the Netherlands' own Stefan Struve.




18/07

Ismailov vs. Kukhalashvili


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The fight between Nurbek Ismailov (3-0) Kyrgyzstan and Giga Kukhalashvili (7-3) from Strela Promotion is the nearest upcoming event M1Challenge81. It takes place on July 22 in Ingushetia, Russia.



17/07

Highlight of Strela Team middleweight fighter Mikhail Kolobegov


Record 10-2-2


16/07

Best throws of Vladimir Kanunnikov


Record 8-0


15/07

All Angles: Invicta FC 24 Media Day


Interview with Strela Team fighter Elena "Pretty" Kolesnyk (from 02:56 to 04:36 min.)


15/07

Highlight of Strela Team fighter Eduard Vartanyan


Lionheart's record 17-3


08/07

Vänttinen vs. Zayats


August 5th, Helsinki


Mikhail Zayats vs. Marcus Vänttinen in the main fight of M1Challenge82 event. August 5th, Helsinki



30/06

Helena Kolesnyk at Invicta FC 24


Helena Kolesnyk vs. Pam Sorenson

Helena Kolesnyk won’t be fighting for a title – or against a champion from another division – but she will get to remain on the Invicta FC 24 card.


The all-female promotion announced Friday that Kolesnyk will meet Pam Sorenson in a 145-pound contest at the July 15 event. Additionally, a strawweight clash between Miranda Maverick and Gabby Romero was added to the card. Invicta FC takes place at the Scottish Rite Temple in Kansas City, Mo., and is headlined by a flyweight tilt between Milana Dudieva and Mara Romero Borella. The eight-bout card will stream in its entirety on UFC Fight Pass beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.


Kolesnyk was initially slated to challenge Megan Anderson for the featherweight crown in the Invicta FC 24 main event, but Anderson was signed by the UFC to face Cristiane Justino for the Las Vegas-based promotion’s vacant 145-pound strap. Kolesnyk was then booked against reigning bantamweight queen Tonya Evinger in the new headliner. However, after Anderson was removed from the UFC 214 bill, Evinger was tabbed to face “Cyborg,” once again leaving Kolesyk without an opponent.


A 27-year-old native of the Ukraine, Kolesnyk is unbeaten in six professional appearances, with all of her victories coming inside the distance. Sorenson, meanwhile, is 5-2 overall and is coming off a split-decision loss to Ediane Gomes at Invicta FC 23.


Source: Helena Kolesnyk Gets Third Different Opponent, Meets Pam Sorenson at Invicta FC 24

28/05

UFC Fight Night


Volkov vs. Struve



Russian fighter from Strela Team Alexander Volkov (28-6 MMA, 2-0 UFC) and Dutchman Stefan Struve (28-8 MMA, 12-6 UFC) will serve as the five-round headliner for UFC Fight Night in Rotterdam. The event will be streamed live on UFC Fight Pass on Saturday, September 2nd at Ahoy Rotterdam.


27/05

Stefan Struve vs. Alexander Volkov headlines September's UFC Fight Night in Rotterdam


STOCKHOLM – Dutch heavyweight Stefan Struve and fellow big man Alexander Volkov will meet in a five-round affair in the Netherlands.


UFC officials today announced that Struve (28-8 MMA, 12-6 UFC) vs. Volkov (28-6 MMA, 2-0 UFC) will serve as the main event of a Sept. 2 UFC Fight Night event at Ahoy Rotterdam. The event is expected to stream on UFC Fight Pass.


Volkov is currently ranked No. 15 in the latest USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA heavyweight rankings, while Struve checks in as an honorable mention.


The two fighters openly campaigned for the matchup, with the 7-foot Struve taking to social media to respectfully express his interest in facing the 6-foot-7 Volkov, who willingly obliged.


Struve carries a two-fight winning streak into the contest after downing Daniel Omielanczuk this past October in England, as well as scoring a 16-second knockout win over Antonio Silva at UFC Fight Night 87 in May 2016, at the UFC’s debut event in the Netherlands.


Meanwhile, former Bellator heavyweight champ Volkov brings a four-fight winning streak to the matchup – a run that includes UFC victories over Roy Nelson and Timothy Johnson, as well as M-1 Challenge victories over Attila Vegh and Denis Smoldarev.


For more on UFC Fight Night in Rotterdam, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.


Source: Stefan Struve vs. Alexander Volkov headlines September's UFC Fight Night in Rotterdam

16.04

UFC Kansas City Results: Roy Nelson Loses Decision to Alexander Volkov

By: Jay Anderson


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Roy Nelson returned to action Saturday at UFC Kansas City, but didn’t find the result he was looking for, dropping a decision to Alexander Volkov.


UFC Kansas City went down Saturday night from Missouri and in the featured fight of the preliminary card, Roy Nelson returned to action following a suspension for push kicking ref “Big” John McCarthy. Opposite him was Alexander Volkov, a former Bellator heavyweight champ.


After utilizing his rarely seen ground game in the first round, a standup late in the frame forced Big Country to stand with the much taller Volkov, but more than likely, Nelson stole the first round through positional dominance. In the second, however, Volkov utilized knees to the belly and stayed on his feet, evening the score.


Running into the third, cardio was the story of the fight, as Volkov used his height and reach advantage to keep Nelson at bay. Nelson stalked his opponent, constantly moving forward, but was kept on the outside, unable to do any damage.


Not unlike many a Big Country bout, the action still went the distance, and at the end of three rounds, the fight went to the judges’ scorecards. All three judges scored the fight in favor of Volkov, awarding the Russian fighter a 30-27 on every single card. With the win, Volkov improved to 2-0 in the UFC, and 28-6 overall.


Nelson, meanwhile, dropped to 22–14. Following the bout, Volkov thanked the crowd for supporting Nelson, noting that through the entire bout, the American was moving forward. He then added that while he was looking forward to a bit of rest, he was “here for the belt.”


At 40, it appears Roy Nelson will move into a gatekeeper role in the UFC, while the 28-year-old Alexander Volkov will look towards the top ten of the division.


Source: UFC Kansas City Results: Roy Nelson Loses Decision to Alexander Volkov

15.04

For UFC on FOX 24's Alexander Volkov, UFC debut was about getting a win over himself

By: Matt Erickson and Christian Stein


Former Bellator heavyweight champion Alexander Volkov came to the UFC this past fall and got the hard part out of the way: He won his promotional debut.

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At UFC Fight Night 99 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Volkov took a split decision from Timothy Johnson in a tough fight. But the bout was made harder, he said, because of a mistake he made in the fight that caused him to not only need to beat Johnson, but another opponent after being backed into a corner: himself.


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“The first fight in the UFC was very emotional for me – I had a lot of things going through my mind,” Volkov told MMAjunkie. “For me, it was a fight against myself. In the first round, I hurt him and I went for the kill, and I did a lot of things I’ve never done before. I forgot about my defense and I got caught. I was in the worst scenario, personally, for me – I was knocked down and there was a good wrestler on me.


“I managed to stand up and finish the fight (and win the decision). It was the fact I managed to become a winner over myself.”


Today, Volkov (27-6 MMA, 1-0 UFC) has arguably an even bigger task at hand than the one he had against Johnson in November, and that’s his UFC on FOX 24 opponent, Roy Nelson (22-13 MMA, 9-9 UFC).


UFC on FOX 24 takes place today at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo. The main card airs on FOX following prelims on FOX and UFC Fight Pass. Volkov’s fight with Nelson is the featured prelim on FOX.


If Friday’s weigh-ins were any indication, Volkov may also be fighting the crowd noise when he heads to the cage. There is perhaps no bigger everyman veteran fan favorite in the heavyweight division than Nelson. Volkov? He’s a 6-foot-7 Russian fighting in the heart of middle America against an American. The current political climate certainly may mean the Kansas City fans could turn things into U.S. vs. Russia in an instant.


But that won’t bother Volkov, he said – and he hopes things are cordial with he and Nelson, especially since he also admits to liking him having watched his fights through the years.


“I used to fight in the U.S. (in Bellator), and I would feel how the fans loved my opponent, not me,” Volkov said. “Usually, it’s helped me because when the crowd is cheering for you, it can help – but it can also create pressure. This fight will be very interesting because he’s a typical American, and I’m a typical Russian. It’ll be a great fight, but I hope it stays only a rivalry in the cage.”


As for how the fight will play out, Volkov, who has won three straight after leaving Bellator, believes he has more ways to beat Nelson than Nelson has to beat him. Nelson has won two of his past three, but the lone loss was a split-decision setback to Derrick Lewis that he believes he won.


Volkov’s height may play a factor, but Nelson fought a much taller opponent in his most recent bout, Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva, and knocked him out. Still, Volkov believes the fight is his for the taking – and the oddsmakers have made him a slight favorite at -150 against the 40-year-old “Big Country.”


“I’m training every day and I see I’m devloping,” Volkov said. “I’m trying to develop as a fighter. I had a big winning streak in my previous days, and I hope to have a big streak again. I hope 2017 will be a year of many victories.


“We’re going to have a beautiful fight, and if the situation allows, I’ll finish him for sure. I also love that for Roy, there’s only one outcome to defeat me, and that’s knock me out. I have different options to fight him: I can submit him, I can knock him out, or I can win all three rounds and win by decision if need be. I have many more tools than he has. So in this one, I’m much more relaxed.”


For more on UFC on FOX 24, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.


Source: For UFC on FOX 24's Alexander Volkov, UFC debut was about getting a win over himself

04.04

Top-ranked Bellator featherweight Iony Razafiarison battles undefeated Helena Kolesnyk on May 20th


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Bellator featherweight Iony Razafiarison returns to action on May 20th, she has been given permission by the organization to compete at Superior FC 17 against undefeated prospect Helena Kolesnyk. The pair will meet at a catchweight of 140-pounds.


Razafiarison (2-1-0, 1 NC) is coming off the biggest victory of her professional career, after taking out Sinead Kavanagh back in February at Bellator 173. The victory over the highly touted and formerly undefeated prospect put her at number thirteen in the featherweight world rankings. The 32-year-old who resides out of Paris, France and trains out of Quoniam Gym is hoping to display another impressive performance in May, and make a statement by taking out another undefeated contender.


Kolesnyk (4-0-0, 1 NC) has looked phenomenal in her professional mixed martial arts career so far. The 27-year-old who was born in Ukraine and now fighting out of Russia has finished three of her victories inside the first round by way of strikes, as well as a round two submission victory by way of a standing neck crank. It should be noted however that three of her career victories come to women who have not yet had a win, whilst the fourth comes to a woman who is 1-6-0 as a pro. Kolesnyk believes she has what it takes to become the face of the featherweight division, and she will definitely be looking to prove it on May 20th against a top-ranked Bellator star. A victory for Kolesnyk would no doubt send her into the top fifteen, as well as putting herself on Bellator MMA’s radar.


Iony Razafiarison takes on Helena Kolesnyk on May 20th at Superior FC 17. The event takes place from the Arena Kreis Düren in Düren, Germany. Broadcast details will be revealed nearer the date.


Source: Top-ranked Bellator featherweight Iony Razafiarison battles undefeated Helena Kolesnyk on May 20th

31.03

Great training at Black House before UFC Fight Night on April 15, 2017.


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26.03

Congrats to our fighter Vladimir Kanunnikov, the winner of Grand Prix Final of ProFC 2017!


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16.03

‘I grew up watching his fights’ – Alexander Volkov on fighting Roy Nelson in April. Russia Today Sport.


After it was revealed that UFC veteran Roy ‘Big Country’ Nelson will face Russian newcomer Alexander Volkov in Kansas City on April 15, RT Sport spoke to the latter about his thoughts and plans for the upcoming fight.


Despite being a newcomer to the UFC – with just one victory over Timothy Johnson last November – the 6ft 7in Russian, who began his career in mixed martial arts eight years ago, has racked up 33 (27-6) professional fights, including seven bouts and a championship belt in Bellator.


He lost the belt to a fellow Russian, the undefeated Vitaly Minakov (19-0), in November 2013, suffering the only knockout of his career in the process.


Now, 28-year-old Volkov – nicknamed 'Drago' after his resemblance to the Rocky character – says he is ready to test himself against the best fighters in the UFC heavyweight division.


RT: You are fighting Roy Nelson in April, what do you expect from that fight?


Alexander Volkov: He’s a good, experienced opponent. I’d say it’s the biggest challenge of my career so far. He’s a veteran with a big name and one of the fighters I looked up to growing up, he’s a solid opponent. However, I feel that I’m ready to face serious opponents and win, that’s why I’m preparing to the best of my ability. Nelson has a fan base in Russia, a lot of my friends follow him and I always liked him too. MMA fans like him and it’s because of him that our fight will attract attention, but if the fans want to root for me, I certainly wouldn’t mind (laughs).


RT: When did find out you would fight him?


Alexander Volkov: I actually signed the contract a couple of months ago, so I already knew the name of my opponent and have been preparing for him since then. It wasn’t really a surprise for me when it was announced officially.


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How is training going for the bout?


Alexander Volkov: The first part of my camp took place in Thailand. Now I’m training here in Moscow. The next and final stage will be acclimatizing in America.


What do you see as your key to victory in that fight?


Alexander Volkov: One of my keys could be my height and I’ll use it to my advantage when striking. Striking is my style after all, and I’ll look for a stand-up fight. But I’ll be ready for everything, as I always am.


How would you rate your chances in the UFC heavyweight division?


Alexander Volkov: There are some really good fighters in there, they’re all at the top of the rankings, while there’s also some new blood looking to make some noise. I’d single out Francis Ngannou and Derrick Lewis. But they’ve had more fights than me, this will be only my second fight in the UFC. They are rivaling the top fighters, I think I’ll do that too (laughs).


Just before the Arlovski-Ngannou fight, you said you might fight the winner next – why did that not materialize?


Alexander Volkov: There were talks with the UFC about a possible fight with the winner of Arlovski-Ngannou but after the fight, Ngannou decided to take a break and now he has different ambitions. He wants to fight for the title. So with me being ranked 11 it’s hard to talk about that fight. But I think we’ll fight later anyway. We are both strikers and despite being newcomers we’re going up in the rankings. In a year or two we’ll meet.


Tell us a little bit about your fighting background


Alexander Volkov: I started my career in karate. Then I tried MMA, I liked it and went pro. But yes, I have a karate style.


When did people start calling you Drago?


Alexander Volkov: I got that nickname when I went to United States for the first time. I had to pick one so the American audience would remember by that name. I was offered a couple of options. I can’t say that I was enthusiastic about picking one, but Drago seemed right, so I kept it.


Source: https://www.rt.com/sport/381027-roy-nelson-alexander-volkov-ufc/

14.03

Alexander Volkov vs. Roy Nelson

Alexander Volkov vs. Roy Nelson scheduled for UFC on Fox show on April 15, 2017. Volkov (27-6, 1-0 UFC) made his UFC debut in November 2016 defeating Timothy Johnson by split decision. The bout between Nelson (22-13; 9-9 UFC) and Volkov will take place on the undercard for the event in Kansas City, USA.


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14.03

Our training sessions gather speed!

TEAM STRELA fighters and our friends are preparing for UFC, ACB, ProFc and other events in March and April 2017. The sky is the limit!


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14.03

Alexander Volkov vs. Roy Nelson

Alexander Volkov vs. Roy Nelson scheduled for UFC on Fox show on April 15, 2017. Volkov (27-6, 1-0 UFC) made his UFC debut in November 2016 defeating Timothy Johnson by split decision. The bout between Nelson (22-13; 9-9 UFC) and Volkov will take place on the undercard for the event in Kansas City, USA.


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1.03

Helena Kolesnyk vs. Iony Razafiarison

We are pleased to announce that our fighter Helena Kolesnyk (4-0-0) has a bout vs. Iony Razafiarison (2-1-1) set for Superior Fighting Championship 17, Germany, on May 20.


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23.02

Sherdog. Opinion

Sherdog. Opinion: "there’s actually some light at the end of the tunnel in the rapidly-aging division, as Derrick ''The Black Beast'' Lewis, Francis N'Gannou, and former Bellator MMA champion Alex Volkov"


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What the hell did I watch Saturday?


I’m honestly not sure if, even by Ultimate Fighting Championship heavyweight standards, Derrick Lewis is actually good. He has skills, and he may just be incredibly worn out from his schedule in the last two years, but I just watched him beat someone in Travis Browne who is, in many ways, the better fighter, and I’m not even sure how he did it.


Browne looked the best he has in years, quickly hurting Lewis with body kicks before...not really doing anything? He was right not to rush in against Lewis, but he just kind of...stopped fighting with any kind of plan, which was always the story with him. Even with Lewis constantly clutching his abdomen in a fashion that resembled a child who ate too much ice cream more than a hurt prize fighter, Browne didn’t look to finish with kicks the way he did against Alistair Overeem.


Wait, that guy who lost to Lewis beat Overeem and Josh Barnett? And now this happened, a year after he basically cheated to beat Matt Mitrione, when he started to lose the fight? And Lewis is now ranked ahead of an expert striker like Mark Hunt because he actually has the higher-ranked signature win? What the hell is going on?


Heavyweight is, confusingly, simultaneously the best and worst that it’s been in a long time. In the positive column, there’s a decent amount of parity, to the point that Junior dos Santos getting a title shot with no win streak hasn’t elicited the kind of complaints that his and Cain Velasquez’s previous title shots under similar circumstances did. Plus, that his shot at Stipe Miocic is a rematch of possibly the best headliner in the entire run of “UFC on Fox” cards certainly helps. The champion, Miocic, is incredibly likable and marketable, plus he has spectacular fights, and might have the stylistic attributes to be the first UFC heavyweight champion with three consecutive successful title defenses. Ben Rothwell, while often sidelined by injuries, has put things together to the point that he’s in the mix at the top of the division, and he’s coming off the most impressive submission in all of MMA in 2016. Plus, finally, there’s actually some light at the end of the tunnel in the rapidly-aging division, as Lewis, Francis Ngannou, and former Bellator MMA champion Alexander Volkov all have legitimate spots in the rankings.


On the other hand, this is a division where Aleksei Oleinik and Timothy Johnson, who are both very much career journeymen, are ranked, and they absolutely deserve it. Nothing against them: they’re skilled fighters, often fun to watch, and seem like swell guys to hang out with. But they’re also the types of fighters who would not be ranked in just about any other division. Oleinik just won a fight by submission while he was mounted, for crying out loud.


Even if you set aside the depth issues, there’s a more immediate problem: The UFC brass, both former and current, clearly has no idea how to leverage the most marketable fighters in the division. This is a problem in every division, but it’s especially pronounced at heavyweight.


Let’s look at the champion, Miocic. He has exciting fights, with his last tepid performance being against Gabriel Gonzaga over three years ago. When Miocic is not in camp for a fight, he’s still working as a firefighter as often as possible even though he no longer needs to. On Twitter, he’s a quick-witted, underrated follow, although not nearly as funny as Lewis. And when he won the title, it was a gigantic event in his hometown of Cleveland.


The UFC didn’t drum up any additional publicity for Miocic’s victory celebration in Cleveland. There’s been no effort to promote his personality, or, outside of token shots on “Countdown” shows, the fact that he goes out of his way to save people’s lives even though he’s a full time fighter now. And in spite of being in at least two of the best heavyweight fights in UFC history with Dos Santos and Overeem, those fights haven’t been pushed as such, which is puzzling when the former came a year after the incumbent “best heavyweight fight” was tarnished by a doping test failure. If you were going to use the mythical lab to build a marketable heavyweight, he’d look something like Miocic.


That said, this is heavyweight. Maybe they’re just worried that if they invest too much time in Miocic, he’ll get knocked out before long by that guy who won the other night. You know, the one who used the post-fight interview to talk about Ronda Rousey, domestic violence allegations against his opponent and his need to poop.


Source: Best and Worst of UFC’s Heavyweight Division

1.02

ACB 55 on March 24!

ACB 55: Sharaf Davlatmurodov “Wolfhound” (Strela Team) vs. Mukhamed Berkhamov, Sergey Khandozhko “Honda” (Strela Team) vs Stanislav Vlasenko. Have our fingers crossed on March 24!


19.08.2016

STRELA PROMOTION and BLACK HOUSE MMA ANNOUNCE A PARTNERSHIP.



Russian MMA club Strela Promotion and American Black Нouse MMA launch a joint promotion campaign. Strela Promotion is going to represent Black Нouse fighters in Russian mixed martial arts organizations and leagues and Black House is going to help Strela to promote fighters in American fighting promotion companies.


Both clubs are also planning to arrange different joint activities, regular training and seasonal camps in USA and Russia. The training for international events promises to be more efficient now due to professional opportunities for sportsmen and additional benefits such as availability of camps to stay prior the tournaments or better conditions to carry out acclimatization.


Jorge Guimaraes, Black House founder stated, “We have always enjoyed training with Strela fighters. They’ve always been highly skilled and some of the most professional people we’ve worked with. We look forward to working with them in this capacity and expect great things!”


“We were always friends with Black House team for years now.” said Ivan Bannikov, co-founder of Strela Promotion. “Our fighters have trained at Black House gym a lot. By now our partnership has reached another level, and we are so happy about it. Managers and trainers who work at Black House are living legends. This is an honor for us to work with them.”


“By the end of the summer we are planning to discuss the candidates for new events with Russian promotions. I am sure that the fighters recommended by Black House will show great results. We are also aware that joint training is a rewarding professional experience for our fighters and trainers. The first Master Class for our team will be held by Black House wrestling coach Kenny Johnson in September”.


About Black House MMA: MMA club and gym located in Los Angeles (USA). Founded by Carlos "Carlão" Barreto, Jorge Guimaraes and Rogerio Camoes. Provides a place for training for world level champions, such as Lyoto Machida, Anderson Silva, Junior dos Santos and many other legendary fighters.


About Strela Promotion: one of the leading MMA club in Russia, founded by Taras Kiyashko and Ivan Bannikov. The list of the fighters, whose professional career is promoted by Strela Promotion, includes the following champions: Alexander Volkov, Mikhail Zayats, Alexey Efremov, Giga Kukhalashvili and others.

16.06.2016

M-1 Challenge 68, St. Petersburg

Interview with Alexander Volkov after the fight, M-1 Challenge 68



16.06.2016

M-1 Challenge 68, St. Petersburg

Alexander Drago Volkov, the TEAM STRELA fighter, fought successfully his first bout last night in St Petersburg to defend his title of the M-1 heavyweight champion at the M-1 Challenge 68 show.



Alexander Volkov knocked out his rival Attila Vegh in the first round. Our congratulations to him !

15.06.2016

M-1 Challenge 68, St. Petersburg

The weigh-in ceremony was held yesterday on the eve of the M-1 Challenge 68 tournament.



Alexander Volkov (Strela Promotion) will fight an M-1 Challenge champion title bout against Attila Vegh (MMA Spirit).


16.06.2016

M-1 Challenge 68, St. Petersburg

M-1 Challenge heavyweight-champion title bout.



Alexander Volkov will fight his first bout to defend his M-1 Challenge heavyweight champion title in St Petersburg on June 16. Attila Vegh (Slovakia) will be his rival in this duel.

11.06.2016

Grand Prix Akhmat-2016, Groznyi


Alexey Efremov from Strela Team defeated Xavier Foupa-Pokam via TKO – Round 1
We congratulate athlete!

20.05.2016

TECH-KREP FC: «N.N. Champions», Nizhny Novgorod

We congratulate our fighters!

Arsen Batirov from Strela Team defeated Vugar Abdullaev – Round 1




Giga Kukhalashvili from Strela Team defeated Taygib Djavathanov - Round 1





19.05.2016

TECH-KREP FC: N.N. Champions, Nagorny Palace of Sports, 7:00 p.m. in Nizhny Novgorod

Two TEAM STRELA fighters will be boxing as early as today, under the international TECH-KREP FC: N.N. Champions fighting tournament:
Giga Kukhalashvilli vs Taigib Dzhavathanov


Arsen Batyrov vs Vugar Abdullayev


The bout will take place in the Nagorny Palace of Sports at 7:00 p.m. in Nizhny Novgorod.

08.05.2016

OFS-8 Day of Victories, Luzhniki, city of Moscow



On May 8, a mixed-martial-arts OFS-8 Day of Victories tournament will be held in Luzhniki, Moscow.
One of the main card bouts will pit Maxim Katkov, the real Russian warrior (Team Strela), against the Afghan fighter Baz Mohammad Mubariz.
Both belong to lightweight category and have already met earlier at the OFS tournaments.

09.04.2016

Grand Prix Akhmat-2016, Groznyi



The 18th international tournament Grand Prix Akhmat-2016 in mixed martial arts took place at the Sports Hall Coliseum in the city of Grozny, Russia, on the 9th of April.
The second edition of the Akhmat MMA Grand Prix attracted leading fighters from Russia and other countries, such as Brazil, USA, Canada, the Netherlands, Croatia, Poland, France, Greece, Cyprus, UK and Ukraine.
Alexey Efremov from Strela Team (MMA Division) defeated Sergio Souza via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 1:53.
We congratulate athlete!

12.03.2016

Luzhniki 19:00, Moscow



A new fight is coming!
Georgi Kekelia VS Samir Abdullaev

21.02.2016

KUMITE FIGHT, Moscow

Maxim Katkov won the tournament KUMITE FIGHT.
We congratulate athlete!








21.02.2016

KUMITE FIGHT 18:00, Moscow , 1 Brestskaya , 2 bld. 3

ММА. 5х2. 70 кg. Katkov Maxim vs Burov Nikita
MMA. 5х2. 75 кg. Konotopov Artyom vs Krahotkin Timo
We invite everyone to cheer!

19.02.2016

M-1 Challenge 64

A new fight is coming!
Alexandr Volokov won in the third round by submission.
We congratulate athlete!








19.02.2016

M-1 Challenge 64

A new fight is coming!
M-1 Challenge 64, Moscow
Alexandr Volokov VS Denis Smoldarev

12.02.2016

A new fight is coming! Tech-KREP FC: BATTLE IN SIBERIA, Novosibirsk


Rostislav Bychenkov VS Alexandr Borodin




Farahdin Shamshidinov VS Alexey Kolsanov




Vladimir Daineko VS Levan Persaev




23.01.2016

Masterclass by Alexander Volkov from "TEAM STRELA"


11.12.2015

FIGHT NIGHTS "Fight 20" Luzhniki, Moscow

Aleksey Efremov won in the second round by TKO.
Our congratulations!

November

Club seminars

November 14th, "Global Fight Gym"
17.30 - 20.00, topic "Choking"

November 22, "Wild Athletik"
13.00 - 16.00, topic "Back mount"

08.11.2015

PROFC 58: BATTLE OF CHAMPIONS, Rostov-on-Don

Aleksey Efremov won in the first round by TKO.
Our congratulations!

27.10.2015

Camps

Training camps in grappling and Brazilian jiu-jitsu.
Location: Irkutsk and Ulan-Ude.
Time: October 31st - November 8th.

26.10.2015

Announcement

Big summer camp in grappling and Brazilian jiu-jitsu in the Altai Mountains 2016!
Organizers: TEAM STRELA and PRIDE TEAM (Novosibirsk)
with the participation of FIGHTWEAR.RU

25.10.2015

BJJ-party-3, Moscow

TEAM STRELA — 1-team place!
1st place - Pavel Zakharov
1st place - Fatima Dudieva
1st place - Vasiliy Barbashov ( abs )
1st place - Egor Khomyakov
1st place - Nikita Kuznetsovа
2nd place - Vitaliy Sergeev
2nd place - Fedor Skilov
2nd place - Vladimir Mishura
2nd place - Ivan Pharaphonov
2nd place - Vyacheslav Kashuba
3rd place - Ruslan Velikanov
3rd place - Vasiliy Barbashov (weight)
3rd place - Renata Sirchenko
3rd place - Artem Kurmaev
3rd place - Valeriy Khudiev
We congratulate athletes and coaches!

24.10.2015

Happy birthday to you!

Today, 24 October Aleksandr Volkov, our team athlete, has his birthday!
Our congratulations!