Rizin puts on their first show ever from outside Japan on November 4. Rizin Landmark 7 will be live from Baku, Azerbaijan. Rizin Landmark 7 will have English commentary as always and the card will feature an international cornucopia of world-class fighters with many newcomers to the promotion.
You will see the Rizin featherweight title on the line as champion Vugar Karamov takes on challenger Chihiro Suzuki. In the co-main event, fan favorites will clash as Bellator’s Tofiq Musayev takes on former Deep lightweight champion Koji Takeda. There will also be a match with UAE featherweight champion Jaures Dea taking on Ilkhom Nazimov who has finished all but one of his fights. In a strawweight match, Anastasiya Svetkivska returns to look for her first win in the promotion when she takes on promotion newcomer and undefeated Farida Abdueva. There will also be a rematch between two big men when Quentin Domingos looks to avenge his loss to Shota Betlemidze. DWCS vet Nariman Abbasov will take on RCC vet Ali Abdulkhalikov. ACA vet Tural Ragimov will look to snap his 2 fight-losing streak when he takes on Road to UFC semi-finalist Kyung Pyo Kim.
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Saturday, 11/4 : ET
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We wrote a short preview looking at 3 of the fights on the show.
Rizin Landmark 7 is available on Fite live with English commentary with a special start time at 9 a.m. ET/6 a.m. PT.
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Rizin Landmark 7 Results
Main Card (Fite 9 a.m. ET/6 a.m. PT)
Vugar Karamov (c) vs. Chihiro Suzuki for the Rizin featherweight championship
Tofiq Musayev vs. Koji Takeda
Nariman Abbasov vs. Ali Abdulkhalikov
Mehman Mamedov vs. Ferit Göktepe
Tural Ragimov vs. Kyung Pyo Kim
Anastasiya Svetkivska vs. Farida Abdueva
Jaures Dea vs. Ilkhom Nazimov
Iliyar Askhanov vs. Vladislav Rudnev
Shota Betlemidze def. Quentin Domingos via TKO (retirement) in 5:00 of Round 1
Hasan Mezhiev def, Konstantin Merkulov via submission (rear-naked choke) in 2:32 of Round 1