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Two highly regarded heavyweights gave all they got to show that they deserve the victory this night. Their faces were covered in blood, but nobody wanted to give up. Alexander Emelianenko and Kostya Gluhov did everything and more, so their fight fully deserved the status of the main event of the evening. March 30, 2012 - Alexander Emelianenko took on Konstantin Gluhov at M-1 Challenge 34 event in Moscow. After sensational loss against Magomed Malikov, Alexander won three fights in a row, all by stoppages, and was in a prefect shape. Kostya Gluhov held the titles of the world kickboxing and muay thai champion in the multiple organizations. He also fought 34 times in MMA in just 6 years and most of the opponents were put to sleep by Gluhov’s punches and kicks. He was very high-level striker who wanted to make waves in his M-1 debut. I think, you remember that crazy fight between Sergey Kornev and Marcin Zontek took place at the same event. It cost 6 broken teeth and broken nose to the

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