Shlemenko is known for his unorthodox striking style, which is difficult to refer to as traditional Muay Thai , Kickboxing , or ARB . Alexander is known for his knee strikes, he also often uses techniques such as the spinning backkick or spinning backfist. As stated in many interviews, he prefers to fight stand-up rather than on the ground, always trying to knock his opponent out. Often esteemed as a pure striker, Shlemenko also has some grappling skills, which he showed by defeating via submission among others Gregory Babene and Zakir Lalashov   (both via triangle choke). Alexander switches from southpaw to orthodox during his fights. In his blog he says, that he can fight equally in both positions. 
On October 26, 1897, McLeod defeated Martin “Farmer” Burns to win the American Catch as Catch Can Heavyweight Championship, which he would retain for four years. The most notable incident during his reign as champion came far away from the media spotlight when on June 18, 1899; McLeod met and defeated a young Frank Gotch in a hard-fought impromptu match on a cinder track. It was Gotch’s very first professional match and he later recounted that McLeod had hustled all involved by pretending to be a simple furniture dealer from a neighboring town, but was impressed enough by Gotch’s talent to leave him a visiting card revealing his true identity.
Neat new rooms (30sq m in a Deluxe) feature purple herringbone carpets, deep purple cushions, large 40-inch flatscreen TV with HDMI socket, and curved pale-wood desks and furniture. Gone is the dull Amari grey and rust. Expect a cream stone foyer, see-through glass corner bathroom with large wooden Venetian blinds, WiFi, long blonde wood table with two three-pin multi-plug sockets, a black leather chair, concealed top-loading laptop safe, window-side divan with purple cushions and a smart grey metallic headboard holding up a large bed. A further set of two three-pin multi-socket plug points are featured either side of the bed so there’s no dearth of gadget recharging options.