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Enfusion Live 28 Results

Enfusion ran their 28th numbered event today in Slovakia in what was an entertaining night of scraps featuring some solid up-and-comers and saw Ibrahim El Boustati win the Enfusion -85kg World Championship against Tomas Senkyr with KO in R2. Vladimir Moravcik had a big win over Yohan Lidon and Mohammed Jaraya proved himself again to be a formidable foe at 70kg.


RESULTS Enfusion Live #28, Zilina Slovakia Saturday 25.04.2015
1. 3X3       Tournament Semi Final
Milan Pales (Slovakia) Vs Brahim Benameur (France)
-70KG
WINNER after a 4th Rd Milan Pales (Slovakia)
2. 3X3       Tournament Semi Final
Tigran Movsisyan (Czech Republic) Vs Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)
-70Kg
WINNER points Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)
3. 3X3     
Lucia Krajcovic (Slovakia) Vs Marina Zueva (Russia)
-57 KG
WINNER after a 4th Rd Lucia Krajcovic (Slovakia)
4.  5X3      Muay Thai
Vladimir Moravcik (Slovakia) Vs Yohan Lidon (France)
-75 KG
WINNER points Vladimir Moravcik (Slovakia)
5. 3X3       Tournament Final
Milan Pales (Slovakia) Vs Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)
- 70Kg
WINNER points  Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)
6. 5X3     
Tomas Senkyr (Slovakia) Vs Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco)
Enfusion World Title -85Kg
WINNER 2nd Rd KO Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) Enfusion World Champion and fighter of the night.
RESULTS Kickboxing Talents 9, Zilina, Slovakia, Saturday 25.04.2015
1.         3X3                                                             - 80 Kg
David Šubjak  (Slovakia)                   Vs       Peter Šmid  (Slovakia)
WINNER points David Šubjak  (Slovakia)                  
 2.        3X3                                                            - 75 Kg
Michal Helbich  (Slovakia)              Vs   Martin Kluska  (CZE)         
WINNER points Michal Helbich  (Slovakia)               
3.         3X3                                                             - 85 Kg
Denis Kušmirek  (Slovakia)              Vs  Peter Skovajsa (Slovakia)
WINNER 2nd Rd KO Denis Kušmirek  (Slovakia)
4.         3X3                                                             - 75 Kg
Pavol Garaj  (Slovakia)                     Vs       Jakub Gazdik (CZE)
WINNER points Jakub Gazdik (CZE)
5.         3X3                                                             - 85 Kg
Ivo Zednicek  (Slovakia)                Vs       Artur Gorlov (Latvia)
WINNER points Artur Gorlov (Latvia)
6.         3X3      Reserved -70kg Tournament fight  - 70 Kg
Martin Gaňo (CZE) VS Stefan Meszaros (Slovakia)  
WINNER points Martin Gaňo (CZE)
7.      3X3                                                                   Heavyweight
Martin Pacas (Slovakia)                         Vs       Tomáš Hron (CZE)
WINNER points Tomáš Hron (CZE)
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GLORY 22 Card and Information Leaked

GLORY 21 might be a week away but that doesn't mean that GLORY isn't preparing well into the future. Earlier today images began circulating for GLORY 22, including an almost complete fight card and location. It looks like GLORY will return to Europe in June and that it'll be in France. The event will be headlined by GLORY Heavyweight Champion defending against a still-unnamed challenger and a huge Lightweight tournament to top things off.

Interesting additions like Freddy Kemayo, Verlinden fighting back at Light Heavyweight and that awesome tournament definitely stand out.

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Glory 21 Full Fight Card and Breakdown

Glory 21 will be taking place in just 2 weeks time and the full card including super fights has now been announced. So what better time is there to breakdown some of fights?

Apart from the middleweight title fight it seems that Glory has brought in lots of new fighters for this show to test themselves in the Glory ring and hope a new North American star will emerge. Its really great they are giving opportunities for people to fight on a big promotion and on Live TV considering how hard it is to get noticed in Kickboxing.

Anyway on to the fights, lets start with the middleweight title fight between the champ Artem Levin and the challenger Simon Marcus. They have already fought each other once in 2009 at Lion Fight 9 with Muay Thai rules and Marcus won a very close fight with I'd say at least 70% of the fight taking in the clinch. After watching this fight again recently I really felt that Artem did not look himself at all, now this could very well be due to Simon's style in which case he will give him just as much trouble again. The Glory rules will not allow clinching for such extended periods of time but in their first fight Levin was initiating the clinch just as much as Marcus was and was even winning the clinch early in the fight, but what Artem stopped doing was moving. Simon Marcus is always going to move forward and if Levin moves straight back and doesn't fight like his usual self where he uses lots of angles he will risk losing a decision again. I am certain that Artem Levin has wanted this rematch with Kickboxing rules for some time, he has probably watched the first fight 100 times and knows exactly where he went wrong, now if he can overcome Simon's pressure and fight like he has been recently I am fairly confident he will remain the champion... But Simon Marcus ALWAYS seems to prove me wrong.

On to the Co-main event Ramond Daniels vs Justin Baesman, we won't spend too much time on this fight. Baesman has an MMA record of 16 wins and 7 losses with 4 wins by KO, according to the Glory site he is 17-6-1 in kickboxing but I can't seem to find any of his kickboxing fights. Pretty sure we can expect another wicked highlight reel KO from Mr. Daniels.

Now the heavyweight tournament which was supposed to be an all American affair with Xavier Vigney, Maurice Jackson, and Everett Sims but it seems that the big Englishman "Chopper" Chi Lewis-Parry has infiltrated the tournament after his 15 second KO at Glory 20.

Xavier Vigney vs. Maurice Jackson is a bit of a strange situation, at this point most kickboxing fans have seen or at least head of Vigney especially in America, he has solid boxing basics and of course he is a big dude so has KO power in both hands. Maurice Jackson also is a huge man at 6"9 and 275lbs his record on the Glory site is 31-0 with 23 ko's but once again I can only find one of his MMA fights online so they must be amateur. His MMA record is 2 wins 1 loss and 3 no contests, which leads me to believe we may see something strange during this fight. I'm going to go with Vigney by KO or DQ for this one.

Everett Sims vs "Chopper" Chi Lewis-Parry is interesting since we have a fresh image of both fighters from 2 previous Glory events. Sims who fought Vigney on Glory 19 didn't look too bad until Vigney started to swarm him and then he just started to turtle up. As for Chopper he just swarmed his opponent instantly and KO'd him in 15 seconds at Glory 20, just looking at these two variables it seems like a pretty rough match up for Sims, I'm going to predict an Xavier Vigney vs Chi Lewis-Parry final.

As for the super fights, Benjamin Adegbuyi vs. Anderson "Braddock" Silva could easily be the fight of the night. Both guys always bring everything they have to the ring, and never have boring fights. I'm pretty sure a win for Adegbuyi should put him very close if not inline for a shot at Rico Verhoeven's belt. Both of these guys are very technical heavyweights with knockout power and great combos, I would personally lean towards a decision win for Benny just because he is the younger, Hungrier fighter.

Full card

Main Card on Spike TV

Middleweight Title Fight: Artem Levin vs. Simon Marcus

Welterweight Co-Headline Bout: Raymond Daniels vs. Justin Baesman

Heavyweight Tournament Semi-Final: Chi Lewis-Parry vs. Everett Sims

Heavyweight Tournament Semi-Final: Xavier Vigney vs. Maurice Jackson

Middleweight Armed Forces Bout: Devin Goodale vs. Kyle Stewart

Super Fights

Heavyweight: Benjamin Adegbuyi vs. Anderson "Braddock" Silva

Welterweight: Omari Boyd vs. James Steelesmith

Lightweight: Luis Castaneda vs. Ken Tran

Middleweight: Mike Lemaire vs. Armin Mrkanovic

 

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Artur Kyshenko vs. Jonatan Oliveira Squaring Off at Kunlun Fight 23 This Weekend

Kunlun Fight returns on Sunday with Kunlun Fight 23, airing on JiangSu TV at 15:30 Beijing time on April 26th. It's another packed card including some familiar names from across the world, including Lerdsilla and Nongsai in action. The big bout of the evening is between two of the world's best Welterweights in Jonatan Oliveira squaring off against Artur Kyshenko. 

Gao Xuchao (CHN) vs Dong Jian (CHN)  62kg
Zhang Dongbin (CHN) vs Abdolmaleki Masuod (IRI) 67kg
Wang Hesong (CHN) vs KRIT (THA) 75kg
E Meidie (CHN) vs Valeriya Drozdova (RUS) 52kg
Zhao Yafei (CHN) vs Bonhyuk Koo 61.5kg (MMA)
Dzianis Zuev(BLR) vs Nongsai (THA) 71kg
Wang Sai (CHN) vs Vasiliy Fedorych (UKR) 80kg (MMA)
Xiong Jingnan (CHN) vs Hodymchuk Viktoria (UKR) 60kg (MMA)
Wei Ninghui (CHN) vs Lerdsila Chumpairtour (USA) 62kg
Jonatan Oliveira (BRA) vs Artur Kyshenko(UKR) 80kg
Nuerla (CHN) vs Arthit Hanchana(THA) 80kg
Asihati (CHN) vs Abbas (IRI) 100kg+
Zhang Meixuan(CHN) vs Kazybek Ashimov (KAZ) 57kg (MMA)
Kong Lingfeng (CHN) vs Miyakoshi Soichiro (JPN) 70kg
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