2015 IMMAF World Championships Highlights now on UFC Fight Pass

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The International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) and UFC are pleased to announce the highlights series of the 2015 IMMAF World Championships of Amateur MMA are now available on-demand via http://www.ufc.tv/category/immaf

IMMAF CEO, Densign White, said:

“It is hugely prestigious for amateur athletes to have their IMMAF matches broadcast worldwide and it is a reflection of the caliber of competition at international amateur level. We have been inundated with requests about when the 2015 IMMAF Championships will be available to view, and we are excited to be able to announce that all matches are now accessible on UFC FIGHT PASS.”

The IMMAF partnership deal with UFC FIGHT PASS enables members to watch future stars as they rise through the ranks of IMMAF international amateur MMA. The 2015 IMMAF World Championships took place from July 6-11as part of the 4th Annual UFC International Fight Week™ in Las Vegas, Nevada (USA). The finals of the competition played out at the UFC Fan Expo® at the Sands Expo and Convention Center.

National teams represented the following countries: Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, Poland, Portugal, Romania, South Africa, Sweden, Ukraine, the United Kingdom and the United States. Teams competing for the first time under IMMAF were from Bahrain, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, India, Kazakhstan and Republic of Ireland.

See below for list of medalists from the 2015 IMMAF World Championships:

115 lbs / Strawweight Female:
Gold: Minna Grusander (Finland)
Silver: Maria Vittoria Colonna (Italy)
Bronze: Sarah Archer (New Zealand), Codie Wareham (USA)

125 lbs / Flyweight Male:
Gold: Iurie Bejenari (France)
Silver: Sedar Altas (Sweden)
Bronze: Braydan Graham (New Zealand), Sambath Khun (Canada)

125 lbs / Flyweight Female:
Gold: Micol Disegni (Italy)
Silver: Anja Saxmark (Sweden)
Bronze: Natalie Jean Ausmeier (South Africa), Michaela Dostalova (Czech Republic)

135 lbs Bantamweight Male:
Gold: Jose Torres (USA)
Silver: Nurtilek Konashov (Kazakhstan)
Bronze: Carl McNally (Northern Ireland), Marco Zannetti (Italy)

135 lbs Bantamweight Female:
Gold: Lucrezia Ria (Italy)
Silver: Lucie Bertaud (France)
Bronze: Kimberley Defiori (USA), Lisa Engelke (Sweden)

145 lbs Featherweight Male:
Gold: Frans Mlambo (Ireland)
Silver: Joel Moya (Sweden)
Bronze: Yurii Bosyi (Ukraine), Nicolas Ott (France)

145 lbs Featherweight Female:
Gold: Jamie Herrington (Canada)
Silver: Sinead Kavanagh (Ireland)
Bronze: Julia Dorny (Germany), Lindsay Lawrence (USA)

155 lbs Lightweight Male:
Gold: Josh Ellis (United Kingdom)
Silver: Tuukka Repo (Finland)
Bronze: Davide Gregorio La Torre (Italy), Joeshwa Mortada (Lebanon)

170 lbs Welterweight Male:
Gold: William Starks (Usa)
Silver: Alexander Martinez (Canada)
Bronze: Patryk Ruta (Poland), Jake Constantinou (UK)

185 lbs Middleweight Male:
Gold: Brendan Allen (USA)
Silver: James Duckket (Uk)
Bronze: Imad Alhowayeck (Lebanon), Juho Laitinen (Finland)

205 lbs Light Heavyweight Male:
Gold: Saeid Mirzaei (Canada)
Silver: Tencho Karaenev (Bulgaria)
Bronze: Paolo Anastasi (Italy), Denis Perry (N Ireland)

265 lbs Heavyweight Male:
Gold: Zdenek Ledvina (Czech Republic)
Silver: Travis Edwards (USA)
Bronze: Marcin Kalata (Poland), Allan Guichard (France)

265+ lbs Super Heavyweight Male:
Gold: Kevin Szaflarski (Poland)
Silver: Mokhammad Malagov (Kazakhstan)
Bronze: Vlad Mavrodin (Romania)