- SANDA CHAMP DOMINATES AT CHINA’S ART OF WAR 7

July 31, 2007
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by Al Yu – MMAWeekly.com
Art of War FC, China’s largest MMA organization, returned with the seventh installment of its show this past weekend. “Thai vs. Chinese” was the theme for the exciting event. The Thai fighters fared better than most expected and displayed excellent progress in their transition to MMA rules.

China’s reigning 176-pound Sanda Champion Ba Te Er made a successful MMA debut, defeating Jin Guo Liang with ground-n-pound in the first round. Knockout artists Ming Meng Shen and Sha Ming Er both fought their respective opponents to a draw.

The remainder of the fight card was highlighted with technical draws. According to Art of War rules and regulations, fights that do not end in a KO, TKO, submission, doctor stoppage, forfeit or disqualification are ruled as a draw.

Art of War 7 – “Sink or Swim” Results:

Hu En Tu and Zhang Chuan Long fought to a DRAW
Ming Meng Shen and Xu Lei fought to a DRAW
Yang Liang def. Qin Chang Hao – Submission (Key Lock), RD1 4:51
Yan Meng Meng def. Zhai Xu Guang – Submission (Armbar), RD 1 9:37
Zhao Fang Wei and Bai Jin Long fought to a DRAW
Jiang Zhou Wen and He Peng fought to a DRAW
Wang Guan and Wu Hao Tian fought to a DRAW
Sha Ming Er and Jiang Long Yun fought to a DRAW
Meng Ke Ba Y Er and Liu Guang Yao fought to a DRAW
Liu Jin Wen def. Zhao Yi Jie – Submission (Armbar), RD1 0:30
Yang Yu Chun def. Liu Wen Bo – TKO (Strikes), RD1 1:21
Ba Te Er def. Jin Guo Liang – TKO (Strikes), RD1 3:17

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