Russia’s Vasily Voytsekhovsky (5-0, 2KOs) and Mikhail Krinitsyn (11-11, 7KO) from Kazakhstan collide in a six round bout that will take place in Yekaterinburg on January 23.
Vasily Voytsekhovsky made his professional debut two years ago and is still undefeated. He repeatedly became a prizeman of the Russian championships as an amateur and fulfilled the requirements of a candidate for master of sports of Russia in boxing. The boxer continues to appear successfully in the professional ring and in just a year had five fights, with two of those victories coming by way of TKO. Voytsekhovsky recently signed a contract with Egis Klimas, that signifies great schemes for his boxing career.
In the matter of Mikhail Krinitsyn, he made his debut as a professional boxer in 2007 and has a total of 24 fights.
The fight as a part of the RCC Boxing Promotions tournament will take place in Yekaterinburg at the RCC Martial Arts Academy on January 23. In the main event of the evening, Dmitry Yun vs Zhora Hamazaryan, and the co-main event Asror Vokhidov vs Thato Bonokoane. There will be nine fights with the participation of boxers from Russia, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Tadjikistan, Kyrgyzstan and South Africa.