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Kazakbai Tilenov Dusts Fatigued Ivan Parshikov at ONE Friday Fights 51

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Mark it down as an impressive first impression for Kazakbai
Tilenov.

The Tiger Muay Thai rep excelled in his ONE
Championship debut and disposed of Ivan
Parshikov with punches in the third round of their 148-pound

ONE Friday Fights 51 catchweight showcase on Friday at Lumpinee
Boxing Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand. Tilenov (6-1, 1-0 ONE) drew
the curtain 2:07 into Round 3, as he rebounded from a June 24
submission defeat to Sundet
Aitkulov.

Parshikov (11-5, 3-2 ONE) controlled the first round with repeated
takedowns, steady ground-and-pound and bulletproof submission
defense. However, his gas tank could not withstand the workload.
Tilenov worked in concert with fatigue in Round 2, connected with a
few spinning back elbows on the feet, sprawled into top position
and eventually mounted the fading Russian twice. Parshikov survived
but had nothing left for the third round. Tilenov followed an
uppercut into half guard and unleashed punches, hammerfists and
elbows, forcing his spent opponent to turtle. More punches
followed, prompting the stoppage.

Meanwhile, the unbeaten Adilet
Alimbek Uulu put away South Korean teenager Kyu Jun Cho
with a neck crank in the second round of their featherweight
feature. Cho (3-1, 0-1 ONE) raised the white flag of surrender 3:55
into Round 2, suffering his first setback as a pro.

Uulu (5-0, 1-0 ONE) wore down his counterpart with merciless
pressure and repeated takedowns throughout a frenetic first five
minutes. In fact, Cho, 18, collapsed in his corner from exhaustion
between rounds, resulting in his being admonished by referee
Mohamad Sulaiman. He enjoyed a brief second wind in the middle
stanza but yielded top position to Uulu and ultimately broke. The
Kyrgyzstani “Tiger” climbed to full mount, progressed to the back
and cinched the neck crank after a brief struggle.

The 21-year-old Uulu has finished all five of his opponents.

In other action, Rambolek
Chor Ajalaboon swept the scorecards from Soner Sen in
their bantamweight muay thai headliner; George
Jarvis walked away from his lightweight muay thai co-main event
with a split decision over Mustafa Al-Tekreeti; Wanpadej Looksuan
chopped down Petphadan Jitmuangnon with a brutal overhand right
2:59 into the third round of their 138-pound catchweight muay thai
pairing; Peyman
Zolfaghari powered his way to a unanimous verdict over
Petnamkhong Mongkolpet in a catchweight muay thai attraction at 122
pounds;
Punmongkol Sor Mongkolkarnchang earned split scorecards against
Jomjai
Naksugym in a 124-pound catchweight muay thai altercation;
Junior
Fairtex laid claim to a unanimous decision over Angela Change
in a women’s atomweight muay thai scrap; Avatar
PK Saenchai cut down Antar Kacem
with a knee strike to the solar plexus 1:48 into the third round of
their bantamweight muay thai encounter; Mohammed
Boutasaa eked out a split decision over Dimtry
Changelia in a three-round featherweight kickboxing affair;
Temirlan
Bekmurzaev was awarded a unanimous verdict against Masahito
Okuyama in a catchweight kickboxing battle at 138 pounds; and
Tomoki
Sato took a unanimous decision from Chusuan Chumaroonfarm in a
138-pound catchweight muay thai clash.

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