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How to order the S-cup 2014 on NicoNico step by step

Okay, so the S-cup is on this weekend, it starts on Sunday at 13:00 in Japan which is Saturday at 23:00 EST or 20:00 PST. Finally it's at a decent hour for us to watch, except to order it we have to decode NicoNico tv and most of us here in North America cannot read Japanese. The difference this time is that Kevin Ross in taking part who is American which will make more of us want to watch.

The easiest way to do this is use Google chrome and use the translate button (right beside the favourties star) to just translate the site one page at a time, But we have also decided to to a step by step for people that need a little help.

 - Step 1 - go to this link https://secure.live.nicovideo.jp/event/shootboxing and click the yellow "new account registration button"


- Step 2 - it will take you to a page where u have to type in your email, once you do that check your email account and click the confirmation link.

- Step 3 - Fill out this form 

- Step 4 - Once the form is filled out and u have clicked proceed go back to this link https://secure.live.nicovideo.jp/event/shootboxing and click the big pink/red button


- Step 5 - A box will come up that says you dont have enough points once again click the red/pink button and it will take you to a terms and conditions page, Scroll down and click the Yellow Button at the bottom and you will be at this page.

This page is asking how many points you want to buy, the shootboxing event is either 1300 or 1500 so u will need to click on 2000, which costs 2000 Yen, which is 16.99 USD.

-  Step 5 - once you have clicked the 2000 you will be at this page where it asks to click all sorts of payment methods that we don't know, just scroll down to the Visa one

- Step 6 - Fill in your credit card info here is a translated picture then click the yellow button.

One more screen will pop up confirming the 2000 points for 2000 Yen, just click the yellow button and transaction is complete. Now you have the points on your account u can go back to the first Link https://secure.live.nicovideo.jp/event/shootboxing and click red button to buy the ticket and it should go through nicely. If the you preorder the fights it costs 1300 Yen, if u wait its 1500 Yen.

 

 

 

 

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Nong-O and Sam-A Score Third Round KO Wins on Petyindee Birthday Show

Tuesday night was Petyindee’s annual show to celebrate the birthday of promoter Wirat Wachirarattanawong and veterans Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym and Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym both won Thailand titles courtesy of third round KO wins.

Nong-O was returning to Lumpinee Stadium after winning two Toyota Marathons this year and he won the vacant Thailand lightweight title for the second time when an uppercut left Kiatphet Suanaharnpeakmai flat on his face on the canvass.

The first two rounds were uneventful but in the third Nong-O started to seize the initiative and landed three hard right hands to his opponent’s body in quick succession. Kiatphet responded by pressing forward and looking to land a big elbow but he was punished by a perfectly timed right uppercut.

It was a similar story in the preceding fight as Nong-O’s Petyindee team mate Sam-A won the vacant Thailand super featherweight title after stepping up the pace and stopping Bangpleenoi 96Peenang with a brutal third round barrage.

Both fighters made a cautious start with Sam-A wanting to counter and Bangpleenoi reluctant to come forward but in round three the Petyindee fighter began to systematically pick apart his younger, taller opponent.

Sam-A was already starting to make his technical superiority felt when he landed a beautiful straight left, right uppercut combination which was completed with a left low kick which knocked Bangpleenoi off balance.

Sensing blood Sam-A moved in for the kill and began to batter Bangpleenoi with knees, kicks and punches with the coup de grace applied with two straight knees to the head of an opponent who was already defenceless after eating a right uppercut.

The five Petyindee fighters on the card all won but Petmorakot Wor Sangprapai had to survive an onslaught from the always entertaining Seksun Or.Kwanmuang who was going all out for the KO, planting his feet and swinging for the fences, but continually ate knees from the much taller fighter.

Petmorakot was on the receiving end of numerous hard right hands but he wore the punches well and was able to score with enough knees throughout the final rounds to give himself an unassailable lead on the scorecards with the knockdowns he needed ultimately eluding Seksun.

Earlier in the night Egmonkol Kaiyanghadaogym was able to stop Methee Sor.Jor.Toypedriew in the third round of a fight which had a three million side bet riding on it with a short, sharp elbow in round three doing the damage.

There was also a big win for Satharnmuanglek Numpontep who outclassed Thanaphet Tor Pran49 for the first three rounds but had to survive a scare in the fourth when his opponent dragged the fight into the clinch and started to land some knees but couldn’t quite do enough to turn it around.

Petyindee Promotions, Lumpinee Stadium, November 25th

Satharnmuanglek Numpontep beat Thanaphet Tor Pran49 by decision

Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym beat Bangpleenoi 96Peenang by KO (punches and knees) in round three

Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym beat Kiatphet Suanaharnpeakmai by KO (Punch) in round three

Suwannabhom STDtransport beat Petchkrengkri Sitboonmee by decision

Petmorakot Wor Sangprapai beat Seksun Or.Kwanmuang by decision

Kwankaw Chor.Rajabhatsadu-Esarn beat Phet-Utong Or.Kwanmuang by decision

Egmonkol Kaiyanghadaogym beat Methee Sor.Jor.Toypedriew by KO (Elbow) in round three

Keawkangwan Kaiyanghadaogym beat Kodchasan Vor.Viwattanamhon by decision

Wanchana Or Boonchuay beat Kwanpetch Sor.Suwanpakdee by decision

Saksit Tor Piemsappadrew beat Panomrunglek Kiatmoo9 by decision

Petchlecha Tor.Tananchai beat Khunhan Sittongsak by decision

Fhamai Por.Ruanglam beat Petchboonkam F.A.Group by decision

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GLORY 19 Moved to February

It's official, GLORY 19 has been pushed back to February. We were informed by GLORY officials yesterday that they were making the decision to push the event forward to give them more time to properly promote the event and were waiting to inform the fighters before making the announcement. The news comes after we had still yet-to-learn where GLORY 19 was planned to take place. We spoke with GLORY's Jon J. Franklin last night for the inside scoop on why GLORY had made the decision to postpone GLORY 19.

"Obviously I'm disappointed that we had to move off the December 19th date. But I'd have been even more disappointed if we continued with the hard work it takes to put on an event like GLORY does and it didn't live up to the standard our fans have come to expect and demand," Franklin explained to us.

"As planned for 2015, we will take January off and then return on SPIKE with GLORY 19 in February. Our Heavyweight World Champion Rico Verhoeven is facing a tough task in Errol Zimmerman and we've also got the buzzsaw that is Nieky Holzken and human highlight reel Raymond Daniels. Once we're able to announce the full card for GLORY 19, it will be worth the wait."

In the coming weeks we'll have more information about the upcoming GLORY 19. 

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Blade 1 Superfights December 29th

The Blade1 show will be taking place on December 29th at the Ota City General Gymnasium on December 29th in Tokyo, Japan. The card will consist of a 61 kgs tournament as well as quite a few superfights with well known names.

Zabit Samedov will be back in action facing Japan's Uehara Makoto should be a good for fight for Samedov I'd imagine. Slovenian Samo Petje fresh off his KO over Hinata will be facing another big Japanese name in Yasuhiro Kido, I have a feeling this will be fight of the night because Kido won't be going down without a fight. Next we have Hinata taking on the Cos-Play king Nagashima, I am very curious about this fight, it's all going to come down to who can avoid the others strengths. If Nagashima can get past Hinata's left kick and land any one of his powerful punches I feel he could finish him, otherwise Hinata is just going to kick him non-stop all fight.

SuperFights

  • 93Kg - Uehara Makoto (Japan) vs. Zabit Samedov (Azerbaijan/Belarus)
  • 70Kg - Kido Yasuhiro (Japan) vs. Samo Petje (Slovenia)
  • Heavyweight - Nobu Hayashi (Japan) vs. Murat Aygun (Holland)
  • 70Kg - Hinata (Japan) vs. Nagashima Jienotsu Yuichirou (Japan)
  • Heavyweight - Raoumaru (Japan) vs. KOICHI (Japan)
  • 55Kg - Degai Taisuke (Japan) vs. Nasukawa Tenshin (Japan)
  • 64Kg - Yuki (Japan) vs. Taniyama Toshiki (Japan)

 

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