The outcome of all three sets did not correspond to the logic of their development. So, in the opening game the fight was equal until the mark 14:14 (Only Shevlyakov, who appeared on the site, scored a block against Tsepkov.) and, as they say, there were no signs. But Pavel Tetyukhin came out to serve at Belogorye and knocked out Rodichev and Obmochaev, 14:18. Shevlyakov once again shut down his opponent, this time Chervyakova, 17:21, but in the end the guests responded with a new breakthrough, grabbing his namesake Skvortsov, who came out instead of Korotaev, in the fourth zone and dragging down Rajab’s attack along the line with Krotkov’s efforts, 17:24. Maxim Kirillov, who came on instead of Ozhiganov, put the finishing touches with a serve into touch..