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Roman Zentsov
Russian mixed martial artists

Roman Zentsov

Roman Zentsov
The basics

Quick Facts

Intro Russian mixed martial artists
A.K.A. Roman Pavlovich Zentsov
Is Athlete Boxer
From Russia Russia
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 10 September 1973, Bryansk
Age 48 years
Star sign Virgo
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Roman Zentsov (Russian: Роман Зенцов, pronounced [rɐˈman zʲɪnˈʐəf]) (born September 10, 1973 in Bryansk) is a retired Russian heavyweight mixed martial arts fighter who has competed in the PRIDE Fighting Championships, a major MMA organization based in Japan, and BodogFIGHT. Roman has an overall 18-12-0 record in mixed martial arts, and 2-1-0 record in boxing.
His upper left arm has a tattoo of the kanji words "宮本武蔵" (the samurai warrior Miyamoto Musashi).

Mixed martial arts career

Roman is part of the Red Devil Sport Club (team) and has trained extensively with Fedor Emelianenko, PRIDE's Heavyweight champion since he joined the group in 2005.In 2007 Fedor began to also spar heavily with young heavyweight Kirill Sidelnikov, while Roman has trained in St. Petersburg primarily over the past couple years. Roman's head coach is a Muay Thai champion Ruslan Nagnibeda.

Championships and Accomplishments

  • M-1 Global
    • M-1 MFC Heavyweight Championship (1 Time)
    • 2000 M-1 MFC European Championship Tournament Runner up
    • 2000 M-1 MFC World Championship Tournament Semifinalist
  • 2 Hot 2 Handle
    • 2H2H 3: Hotter Than Hot Tournament Semifinalist

Mixed martial arts record

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 18-12 Lee Sang-Soo Submission (triangle choke) M-1 Challenge 6: Korea August 29, 2008 1 4:33 South Korea
Win 18-11 Daniel Tabera Decision M-1 Challenge 2: Russia April 3, 2008 2 5:00 St. Petersburg, Russia
Loss 17-11 Mike Russow Submission (north/south choke) Yarennoka! December 31, 2007 1 2:58 Saitama, Japan
Loss 17-10 Branden Lee Hinkle Decision (unanimous) BodogFight: Alvarez vs. Lee July 14, 2007 3 5:00 Trenton, New Jersey, United States
Win 17-9 Kristof Midoux TKO (corner stoppage) BodogFight: Clash of the Nations April 14, 2007 1 5:00 St. Petersburg, Russia
Win 16-9 Lee Sang-Soo Decision (unanimous) M-1 MFC: Russia vs. Korea January 20, 2007 3 5:00 N/A
Win 15-9 Kristof Midoux TKO (punches) BodogFight: St. Petersburg December 15, 2006 2 4:12 St. Petersburg, Russia
Win 14-9 Lee Min Jin Submission (guillotine choke) M-1: Mix-Fight Tournament October 12, 2006 1 0:55 Russia
Win 13-9 Gilbert Yvel KO (punch) Pride FC - Total Elimination Absolute May 5, 2006 1 4:55 Osaka, Japan 2006 PRIDE Openweight Grand Prix Alternate Bout
Win 12-9 Pedro Rizzo KO (Punch) Pride 31 - Dreamers February 26, 2006 1 0:25 Saitama, Japan
Win 11-9 Ibragim Magomedov TKO (punches) M-1 MFC: Russia vs. France November 3, 2005 2 4:08 St. Petersburg, Russia
Loss 10-9 Fabrício Werdum Submission (triangle armbar) Pride FC: Final Conflict 2005 August 28, 2005 1 6:01 Saitama, Japan
Loss 10-8 Antoine Jaoude TKO (injury) Euphoria - Road to the Titles October 15, 2004 1 3:33 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Loss 10-7 Travis Wiuff TKO (cut) Euphoria: Russia vs. USA March 13, 2004 2 2:46 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Loss 10-6 Michael Knaap KO (punches) 2H2H: 2 Hot 2 Handle February 22, 2004 1 2:24 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Win 10-5 Bob Schrijber Submission (choke) M-1 MFC - Russia vs. the World 6 October 10, 2003 1 2:12 St. Petersburg, Russia
Win 9-5 Andrey Jangolenko Submission (punches) M-1 MFC - Russia vs. Ukraine June 17, 2003 1 0:16 St. Petersburg, Russia
Win 8-5 Thomas Rahders TKO (punches) M-1 MFC - Russia vs. the World 5 April 6, 2003 1 0:20 St. Petersburg, Russia
Win 7-5 Alessio Sakara Decision M-1 MFC - Russia vs. the World 4 November 15, 2002 2 5:00 St. Petersburg, Russia
Win 6-5 Michailis Deligiannakis KO FFG: Heracliones Fight Night July 28, 2002 1 N/A Crete, Greece
Win 5-5 Rafael Comes TKO (punches) M-1 MFC - Russia vs. the World 3 April 26, 2002 1 3:27 St. Petersburg, Russia
Loss 4-5 Alistair Overeem Submission (americana) 2H2H 4: Simply the Best March 17, 2002 1 1:26 Rotterdam, Netherlands
Win 4-4 Pashir Kumiev TKO (kick) M-1 MFC - Exclusive Fight Night 4 December 27, 2001 1 3:35 St. Petersburg, Russia
Loss 3-4 Chalid Arrab KO M-1 MFC - Russia vs. the World 2 November 11, 2001 N/A 0:53 St. Petersburg, Russia
Loss 3-3 Moise Rimbon Submission (neck crank) 2H2H 3: Hotter Than Hot October 7, 2001 2 N/A Rotterdam, Netherlands 2H2H 3: Hotter Than Hot Tournament Semifinals
Win 3-2 Dave van der Veen TKO (punches) 2H2H 3: Hotter Than Hot October 7, 2001 1 2:15 Rotterdam, Netherlands 2H2H 3: Hotter Than Hot Tournament Quarterfinals
Loss 2-2 Joop Kasteel Submission (shoulder lock) MillenniumSports: Veni Vidi Vici April 22, 2001 N/A N/A Veenendaal, Netherlands
Win 2-1 Herman van Tol KO (head kick) M-1 MFC - World Championship 2000 November 11, 2000 N/A N/A St. Petersburg, Russia 2000 M-1 MFC World Championship Tournament Semifinals
Loss 1-1 Andrei Arlovski TKO (punches) M-1 MFC - European Championship 2000 April 9, 2000 1 1:18 St. Petersburg, Russia 2000 M-1 MFC European Championship Tournament Finals
Win 1-0 Gennadiy Matsigora Submission (guillotine choke) M-1 MFC - European Championship 2000 April 9, 2000 1 1:56 St. Petersburg, Russia 2000 M-1 MFC European Championship Tournament Semifinals

Professional boxing record

Date Outcome Record Opponent Event Method Round Notes
10 Feb 2005 W 2-1 Russia Konstantin Iganskly Kentaur Club, Moscow, Russian Federation TKO 3
16 Jul 2003 W 1-1 Russia Sergei Tretiakov Conti Casino, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation TKO 3
24 Jul 2002 L 0-1 Belarus Sergey Dychkov TBC, Vitebsk, Belarus KO 3

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