Results from the Spanish Federation MMA Championships

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Results from the
Spanish Federation
MMA Championships

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Results from the 
Spanish Federation
MMA Championships
MONTE CARLO, Monaco (April 24, 2017) - The annual Spanish Federation MMA Championships, sanctioned by the World MMA Association (WMMAA), was recently held in Madrid, Spain.
More than 80 fighters from all over Spain competed in 50 fights to determine the national champions in 10 different weight classes.
Below find complete results from the annual Spanish MMA Federation:
 
SPANISH NATIONAL MMA CHAMPIONSHIPS - FINAL RESULTS
FEMALE FLYWEIGHT DIVISION: -55 kg (121 lbs.)
1st - Valentina Melo (Canarias)
2nd - Cristina Marinez (Andalucia)
FEMALE LIGHTWEIGHT DIVISION: +60 (152 lbs.)
1st - Miriam Santana (Canarias)
2nd - Nicole Fisherman (Andalucia)
JUNIOR BANTMWEIGHT DIVISION: - 57 kg (125 lbs.)
1st - Nacho Garcia (Valencia)
2nd. - Yuri Benavente (Castilla y Leon)
BANTAMWEIGHT DIVISION: -61 kg (135 lbs.)
1st - Oscar Suarez (Canarias)
2nd - Jose Suarez (Valencia)
FEATHERWEIGHT DIVISION: -61 kg (135 LBS.)
1ST - Borja de la Pena (Madrid)
2nd - Dimitri Sememkuv (Valencia)
LIGHTWEIGHT DIVISION: 70.kg (154 lbs.)
1st - Jorge Pedraza (Madrid)
2nd - Jose Gil (Valencia)
WELTERWEIGHT DIVISION: -77 (170 lbs.)
1st - Yegor Gnyd (Madrid)
2nd - Musta Muhamad (Cataluna)
MIDDLEWEIGHT DIVISION: -84 kg (185 lbs.)
1st - Emilio Murosan (Castilla La Mancha)
2nd - Antonio Oprea (Aragon)
LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT DIVISION: -93 kg (205 lbs.)
1st -- Silvio Aldana (Cataluna)
2nd - Xavier Ragau (Cataluna)
HEAVYWEIGHT DIVISION +93 kg (+205 lbs.)
1st -- Osvaldo Gil (Candarias)
2nd - Felipe Adrados (Madrid)
ABOUT WMMAA:  The goal of the World MMA Association is to provide unbiased structure and guardrail the growth of MMA as the official world governing body for Mixed Martial Arts.  A non-profit organization founded in 2012, WMMAA is on a mission to develop a standardized and regulated organization, including competition, training, officiating, testing and growth when necessary.  More than 50 countries have been granted WMMAA membership.

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