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7 december 2019 - 9:00
Zloty Tur Professional World Cup - the annual Main Event of the world professional armwrestling. Athletes from more than 30 countries come together to determine the strongest in the Elite division of the Unified Rating of Professional Armwrestling (URPA). The winner of each category gets the right to sign a professional contract with the Professional Armwrestling League (PAL) and take part in the battles of the URPA highest division - TOP 8 Championship. Zloty Tur Professional World Cup is the launching ground for all world armwrestling stars and, of course, a great show with a lot of exciting fights between the strongest armwrestlers in the world! The “TOP 8” Championship is the top division tournament of the Unified Rating of Professional Armwrestling (URPA), which consists of a series of 6 round Vendetta matches and in which the eight strongest armwrestlers of the world fight for the world’s top 8 positions. The tournament “TOP 8” is a dream come true for all armwrestling fans, to which the world of armwrestling has been going for many years. The Stage 2 of the "Top 8" Championship will be held in China, in the city of Shenzhen, and the world's attention will be attracted to it, as it will identify the names of two titans who will fight for the title of the World’s strongest professional armwrestler in the Open weight category during the third, final stage of the "TOP 8" Championship. Don’t miss it! The final stage of the unprecedented historical tournament "TOP 8" Championship is the most anticipated event of the year. According to the results of the first two stages, which took place in Malaysia and in China among the eight strongest arm wrestlers in the world, two main contenders for the title of the Strongest Armwrestler in the World in the Open Weight Category were identified. How will the first eight world positions of professional armwrestling be distributed, who will continue to fight in TOP 8 next year, and who will fall out of the Top 8? The answer - in December at the TOP 8 Championship Finals.