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Canggu Fight Night 30 features Agulali vs. Ivan Parshikov, Indonesian prospects

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Indonesian MMA continues to rise, and Canggu Fight Night 30 will add the next chapter of its rapid growth.

Fourteen fights, comprising of twelve pro MMA fights, one Muay Thai fight, and one amateur MMA fight, take place on May 5th at the Atlas Super Club in Canggu, Bali, Indonesia, the promotion informs MMA Ecosystem.

In the main event, top Chinese bantamweight prospect Agulali fights Russia's Ivan Parshikov, who is coming off a stint in ONE Championship. Agulali, who trains at the UFC PI in Shanghai, makes his second promotional appearance with Canggu Fight Night. The 19-year old beat Murad Kurbanov at his own game last December, winning by ground-and-pound TKO in the first round.

Parshikov, who represents Thailand's Phuket Fight Club, made waves in ONE Championship over the past year, going 3-2 for the league. In that run, he took out Asian prospects Xia Lianyang and Yu Karino with first-round stoppages in ONE.

In the co-main event, American Colton Kielbasa takes on Australian veteran Ryan Robertson in a flyweight bout. Kielbasa trains out of Phuket's Southside MMA and has primarily fought in southeast Asia, even making an appearance in ONE Friday Fights last year.

Yuki Angdembe- arguably the top fighter out of Nepal at the moment- will also feature on the card against Armenia's Taron Grigoryan. Angdembe trains out of Bali's Soma Fight Club and has won his last four straight. Competing against a fighter of Grigoryan's 6-2 record will signal a major step up in competition for the Nepalese bantamweight.

Chief among the numerous Indonesian prospects appearing at the event is 5-0 flyweight Renaldy Manse, who represents Bali MMA. In age where Indonesian MMA is at a critical rebuilding stage, Manse is one of the top flyweight prospects and battles the far more experienced "Tiger Karo" Brando Mamana.

Canggu Fight Night is a production of Bali MMA, and features several of their athletes on the card. See below for the whole Canggu Fight Night 30 card:

Canggu Fight Night 30 Full Card:

Bantamweight- Ivan Parshikov (12-5, Russia) vs Agulali (10-1, China)

Flyweight- Colton Kielbasa (5-3, USA) vs. Ryan Robertson (11-10, Australia)

Bantamweight- Taron Grigoryan (6-2, Armenia) vs. Yuki Angdembe (4-1, Nepal)

Flyweight- "Tiger Karo" Brando Mamana (10-7, Indonesia) vs. Renaldy Manse (5-0, Indonesia)

Middleweight- Ahn Jae Young (2-7-1, South Korea) vs. Hakaraia Wilson (3-2, New Zealand)

Welterweight- Beniamin Sargsyan (1-0, Armenia) vs. Sergey Smelov (2-0, Russia)

Strawweight- Franstitus Tarigan (3-4, Indonesia) vs. Rahul Ketaren (3-0, Indonesia)

Lightweight- Campbell Symes (1-1, Australia) vs. Artem Vovchenko (1-0, Russia)

Featherweight- Kasib Murdoch (0-0 Pro, 10-0 Amateur, New Zealand) vs. Amir Mokhtar (1-0, Afghanistan)

Welterweight- Tim Young (0-1, Australia) vs. David Perlon (1-0, France)

Featherweight- Moch Aji Alayubi (0-0, Indonesia) vs. Zar Mawia (0-0, India)

Bantamweight- M Sandi Hartono (0-0, Indonesia) vs. Ray Gazal (0-1, Indonesia)

Flyweight Muay Thai- Mustafa Mahdi Sagheer (0-0 CFN, Yemen) vs. Badi Sambas (1-0 CFN, Indonesia)

Amateur Atomweight- Wahyuni Indriastuti (0-0, Indonesia) vs. Vridhi Kumari (1-3, India)

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