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East vs West 12 Results: Levan Saginashvili defeats Devon Larratt in the rematch

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On April 20, Devon Larratt and Levan Saginashvili will rematch in Istanbul in what is billed as the “Clash of the Titans.” Arm wrestling enthusiasts worldwide are getting ready for a thrilling bout at the East vs. West 12 competition. At this armwrestling spectacular, the best arm wrestlers from the East and the West gather to compete against one another using strength, technique, and willpower.

East vs West 12 Result: Devon Larratt vs Levan Saginashvili
East vs West 12 Result: Devon Larratt vs Levan Saginashvili

Coresports PPV will stream East vs. West 12.

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East vs West 12: Devon Larratt vs Levan Saginashvili Rematch Preview

The main event of East vs. West 12 is the ultimate armwrestling match of the century between Devon and Levan 2. This exciting battle is expected to be a pure display of strength and intense competition.


Larratt is coming off of an amazing victory over Georgi Tsvetkov at King of the Table 9, which happened in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in December of 2023. Conversely, Levan Saginashvili hasn’t participated in a match since defeating Ermes Gasparini at King of the Table 6 in February 2023. Since then, the Georgian arm wrestler has been healing from an injury. Larratt and Saginashvili’s rematch is eagerly awaited because, since Devon’s defeat by Levan, the Canadian armwrestler has been unstoppable, winning matches against opponents like Ermes Gasparani, Evgeny Prudnyk, Denis Cyplenkov, and others.

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East vs West 12 Results:

Stoyan Golemanov defeats Brandon Ellsessor 3-0

Round 1 goes into the strap as the American and the Polish pullers slipped in the strap. The match starts in strap and both guys compete to control the match in the center of the table and Stoyan ends up with the first elbow foul. As the match starts again, Stoyan starts a rally of  his own and after three hard presses, he finally pins Brandon.

Heading into Round 2, Stoyan leads the match 1-0. Brandon receives first warning for starting early. As the referee starts the match in referees grip, Brandon gets an early start as he manages to take Stoyan’s hand off the center and almost pins him, but he ends up doing an elbow foul. The match starts again and this time, there’s a slip and the match ends up in a strap. As the match starts in the strap, Stoyan absolutely bulldozes Brandon to take the lead up 2-0.

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Round 3 starts with a massive side press from Stoyan, but both guys slip and the match goes to a strap match. As soon as the match starts, Stoyan absolutely pulverizes Brandon to win the match 3-0.

Result: Stoyan Golemanov defeats Brandon Ellsessor 3-0

Betkili Oniani defeats Talgat Aktaev 3-0

Round 1: First warning for the Kazakh as he starts early. Betkili displays his superior side pressure as he almost pins Talgat, but the pair end up slipping. The match starts in a strap and Betkili pins Talgat with his sheer hook. Betkili leads the match 1-0.

Round 2 ends up in a strap match, but the match looks exactly like the first round as Betkili takes his opponent’s hand towards the pin pads. In the straps, Betkili flash pins Talgat Aktaev. From the looks of it, Talgat wasn’t ready but the ref awards it to Oniani.

Round 3 ends up in a hook war, as Talgat stops multiple attempts of Oniani attacks, but it wasn’t enough as Oniani bleeds Talgat dry and pins him.

Result: Betkili Oniani defeats Talgat Aktaev 3-0.

Petro Marharint defeats Nugzari Chikadze 3-2

Round 1: Tremendous energy from Nugzari. He is hyped and along with him, the entire arena is hyped. Nugzari toprolls him and gets a 1-0 lead in this match.

Round 2: This ends completely different from the first round. Petro pins him, but the referee calls it a foul on Nugzari. The match starts again and it seems that Nugzari wasn’t ready for the match to start, but somehow the Georgian recovers and manages to make this a hook war and ultimately manages to pin the Ukrainian.

Round 3: The match goes into a referee grip as neither fighter manages to make a grip. Petro gets a huge rally and hooks the Georgian off the center and takes his hand down to the pin pad, but the Georgian shows tremendous grit, but it wasn’t enough as the Ukrainian manages to pin him and make it 2-1 heading into the fourth round.

Round 4: This round ends with an elbow foul from the Georgian. It seems like Nugzari has emptied his gas tank and is struggling, but the grit he has shown can’t be counted out. However, the endurance seems to be gone as the Ukrainian star Petro pins Nugzari with relative ease to make the match 2-2 going into the fifth round.

Round 5: The round stars with a hook war. Petro takes Nugzari’s hands off the center. The Georgian uses his bicep strength to stop the Ukrainian attack, but it ends up in vain as Petro manages to pin him to win the match 3-2.

Result: Petro Marharint defeats Nugzari Chikadze 3-2

İbragim Sagov defeats Sandris Sedis 3-0

Round 1: Both of these guys are incredibly tall and as a result both of them come extremely close when trying to grip in because of the posture. As soon as the referee starts the fight, Sagov transitions to a hook position and then uses his shoulder press to pin Sedis to lead 1-0.

Round 2: The second round is exactly like the first round as Sagov transitions to a shoulder press, but this time we see some resistance from Sedis, but it’s short lived as Sagov pins him to lead 2-0.

Round 3: The match ends in a hook war and this time it’s Sedis who transitions into a shoulder press, but Sagov is just too strong and he breaks Sedis’ hook and initiates a shoulder press of his own to beat Sedis.

Result: İbragim Sagov defeats Sandris Sedis 3-0

Fia Reisek defeats Ekaterina Nikisheva 5-0 to win the lightweight world title

Arthur Makarov defeats Mindaugas Tarasaitis 4-0

Round 1: Both Armwrestlers end up in slipping and the match goes into a strap. As soon as the referee starts the match, Tarasaitis controls the center of the table and lets Arthur know that he is in control here. As Mindaugas goes for the pin, there’s an elbow fould from Artur. As the referee restarts the match, we see a level change from Artur where he deploys a killer hook and then he showcases his amazing side pressure to pin Mindaugas and take the first round.

Round 2: This round immediately goes into the strap. However, this round is a carbon copy of the first round as Artur controls the hands and takes the hook to ultimately pins Tarasaitis.

Round 3: Heading into the third round, Arthur is leading it 2-0. It’s the story of the night as Tarasaitis is unable to use any gameplan because as soon as the match starts, Arthur control’s the fingers and sinks in a hook to ultimately pin his opponent again. It’s 3-0 in a best of seven match-up.

Round 4: Mindaugas has to do something different if he is to change the course of the match and defend his lightweight title.

Round 5: It’s the similar situation as the previous round. Arthur gets into a dominant hook position and this time around, Tarasaitis is trying his best to defend the hook, but Makarov manages to pin him and only to be called it an elbow foul. As the referee starts the match again, Makarov drives his hook towards the pin to ultimately win the match.

Result: Arthur Makarov defeats Mindaugas Tarasaitis 4-0 to become the new East vs West lightweight world champion

Kamil Jablonski defeats Tobias Sporrong 3-2

Round 1: Explosive drive from Sporrong,  but the referee calls it a foul for Kamil Jablonski. Now the referee restart the match in referee grip. As soon as the referee starts the match, Tobais goes or a toproll and takes Kamil’s hands off the center of the table, but both guys slip and the match goes into a strap. Kamil pulls an absolute shocker as he transitions into an shoulder press to pin Tobais.

Round 2: Heading into Round 2, Kamil is leading the match 1-0. Tobais makes a comeback in style as he flash pins Kamil to make it even at 1-1. Absolute display of raw power by the Swedish.

Round 3: The pressure seems to get to Kamil as he commits a foul. Another foul from Kamil and he loses the round.

Round 4: Back to back fouls in Round 3 means the Swedish star Tobais Sporrong is leading 2-1. The pressure is on as it’s taking quite a bit of time for both pullers to establish a grip. As soon as the referee lets go, Kamil transitions into a press which makes it extremely difficult for Tobais to defend. As he involves his shoulders to get proper strength, Kamil pins Tobias to win the round.

Round 5: Heading into this round, both guys are 2-2. As soon as the referee lets go, Tobias absolutely flash pins Kamil, but the referee rules it a foul because of false start. The referee restarts the match and this time around Kamil commits a foul (shoulder).

The referee restarts the match and this time around we have a stalemate in the center of the table with both guys utilizing their strengths. Kamil uses a flop press and Tobias uses his leverage to stop that flop press with his top roll move and ultimately there’s a slip and the we have a strap match. As the match restarts, Kamil absolutely drives an insane flop press to defeat Tobias.

Result: Kamil Jablonski defeats Tobias Sporrong 3-2 

Leonidas Arkona defeats Aleksandr Beziazykov a.k.a Schoolboy 3-1

Round 1: Absolute pile driver from schoolboy as he destroys Leonidas Arkona to win the first round.

Round 2: Schoolboy seems to have problem in strap as he couldn’t move Arkona and Schoolboy ultimately committed a foul. As the match restarted, Schoolboy uses a press to pin Arkona, but the referee calls it a back to back foul and Leonidas Arkona wins round 2.

Round 3: Heading into Round 3, both pullers are 1-1. But as soon as the match starts, Schoolboy goes for a press and pins Arkona, but the referee calls it a foul. The pressure seems to be building up on Schoolboy because the match will go to a strap and he already has a foul on him and an another foul would mean losing two consecutive rounds.

Arkona makes a huge rally as he toprolls Schoolboy off the center of the table nullifying his press. The power differential seems to be huge here as Arkona pins Schoolboy.

Round 4: Heading into Round 4, Arkona is enroute for an upset as he is up 2-1. Arkona pins School to ultimately win the match.

Result: Leonidas Arkona defeats Aleksandr Beziazykov a.k.a Schoolboy 3-1

MAIN CARD RESULT:

Michael Todd defeats Frank Lamparelli 3-1

Davit Samushia defeats Nurdalet Aidarkhan 4-3

Irakli Zirakashvili defeats Sasho Andreev 4-0

Alex Kurdecha defeats Georgi Tsvetkov 3-0

Alizhan Muratov defeats Ermes Gasparini 3-0

Levan Saginashvili defeats Devon Larratt 4-0

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