HomeFight Videos Arrows MMA STRELKA Grand Final Fight Video – Dmitry “Corsair” Korsakov vs Alexey “Sunrise” Sergeev Bruno June 18, 2013 Fight Videos 7 Comments Arrows MMA STRELKA Grand Final Fight Video – Dmitry “Corsair” Korsakov vs Alexey “Sunrise” Sergeev. Tweet Pin It Tags:Arrows MMA Cat Zingano Getting Her Knee Drained Videos And Going Through Rehab Anthony ‘Rumble Weight’ Johnson Talks WSOF 5 Fight Against Mike Kyle At 205 7 Comments greengiant June 18, 2013 It almost looks like one of those internet street fights. They flail around weak like with weird technique. Log in to Reply bronx27 June 18, 2013 R U Serious with this? Is that field BIG ENOUGH for them or what??? LOL This is ridiculous!! Log in to Reply love it June 19, 2013 This is so much better and more real than stupid UFC… Seriously UFC is NOT martial arts. The cage is totally limiting and 90% of all UFC fight just wind up being 2 dudes playing a cheap unfair boring cage wall fight. Granted fighting off the cage is an art of it’s own but this field style is more true to pure Martial Arts. Log in to Reply bleeat! June 19, 2013 why hate this has just as much skill as the womens mma division in the ufc lawl. Log in to Reply canguy June 19, 2013 honestly that’s better than that 2 on 1 russian mma. sucks to see how tired that guy was when he got finished. Log in to Reply chrisvegas June 19, 2013 the only thing they are missing is 40-50 more people fighting all at once. they can call it Braveheart. Log in to Reply CollinDS June 19, 2013 @love it Your assumptions of the UFC is as ignorant as your perception of really is “martial arts.” To say that the UFC is not martial arts, or at least on outlet of the arts, is to demean the multitude of fighters within the organization that would claim otherwise. If you want to get technical about it, fighting in a cage is more true simulation to martial combat than fighting in a field. You’re not always going to have the option of an open field in a fight; you will have limitations and objects in the environment to contend with. The cage, in a simplistic sense, represents that obstacle, and it is up to the fighter to figure out how to deal with it. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.