On Saturday, Oct. 6, FEA staged an event at the Manej Arena in Chisinau, Moldova, for FEA World Grand Prix.

In the evening’s four-man, heavyweight grand prix action, Roman Kryklia defeated top heavyweights Tsotne Rogava and Tomáš Hron to win the tournament. Rogava took out Daniel Lentie in the first round in the semifinals, but fell short to Kryklia following an extra round in the finals.

Roman Kryklia def. Tsotne Rogava by extra round unanimous decision – heavyweight grand prix final
Alexandru Burduja def. Jegish Yegoian by unanimous decision
Armin Dokic def. Serghei Morari by split decision
Esma Hasshass def. Ruslana Vyniavska by extra round unanimous decision
Roman Kryklia def. Tomáš Hron by unanimous decision
Tsotne Rogava def. Daniel Lentie by TKO. Round 1
Stanislav Renita def. Francesco Picca by unanimous decision
Miran Fabjan def. Claudiu Istrate by unanimous decision
Igor Lyapin def. Youssouf Saidi by unanimous decision
Anna Avakova def. Nadejda Cantir by extra round unanimous decision
Zhora Akopyan def. Eduard Koroli by TKO. Round 1
Maxim Zaplitni def. Michal Bartas by TKO. Round 2

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