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Lion Fight 27 Live Results

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Here are the live results for Lion Fights 27. You can watch the fights live on AXS TV.

Full Results

WELTERWEIGHT TITLE: FABIO PINCA def. CHARLIE PETERS by Unanimous Dec

WOMEN'S SUPER BANTAMWEIGHT: TIFFANY VAN SOEST def. ASHLEY NICHOLS by Unanimous Dec

KRONPHET PHETRACHAPAT def. GASTON BOLANOS by Split Dec

BRIAN DEL ROSARIO def. CHRIS CULLEY by Unanimous Dec

ANVAR BOYNAZAROV def. COKE CHUNHAWAT by Unanimous Dec

TRAVIS CLAY def. JARED PAPAZIAN by Unanimous Dec

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WLF Results: Giorgio Petrosyan Gets Things Done

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Wu Lin Feng returned with a big night of fights, headlined by the Doctor himself, Giorgio Petrosyan, against Jiao Fukai. Petrosyan fought against what seemed like immeasurable odds in China only to knock Jiao Fukai out in the second round. This is a rare knockout from Petrosyan and it's clear that he's still working up to the level that he was before the Ristie knockout. Is Petrosyan's full confidence back now? If so, look out. 

There was a big 67kg tournament that took place featuring eight men that saw Andrei Kulebin look great, but only to be bested by china's Qiu Jiangliang. Jiangliang is perhaps one of the best prospects out of China over the past few years, but of course, 67kg isn't exactly a normal weight class that you'll find in most kickboxing promotions at the moment, so he'd either need to move to 65kg or 70kg to fight some of the best in the world in either weight class.

67kg Tournament: Andrei Kulebin (Ext.R - Decision) Jie Feng

67kg Tournament: Qiu Jiangliang (R3 - Decision) Nathan Robson

67kg Tournament: Lu Jianbo (R1 - KO) Melsik Bagdasarayan

67kg Tournament: Xie Lei (R3 - Decision) Uma

Jomthong Chuwattana (R1 - KO) Zeqi Deng

Yang Zhuo (R1 - KO) Craig Dickson

Yi Long (R3 - Decision) Seyedisa Alamdarnezam

Wei Rui (R3 - Decision) Pakorn PK Saenchaimuaythaigym

67kg Tournament Semi-Final: Andrei Kulebin (R3 - Decision) Xie Lei

67kg Tournament Semi-Final: Qiu Jianglian (R1 - KO) Lu Jianbo

Wang Honxiang (R3 - Decision) King

Fang Bian (Ext.R - Cedric Doumbe)

67kg Tournament Final: Qiu Jiangliang (R1 - KO) Andrei Kulebin

Giorgio Petrosyan (R2 - TKO) Jiao Fukai

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Kunlun Fight 37 Results: Sitthichai Crowned Middleweight Champion

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Kunlun Fight 37 went down this weekend in yet another event that saw Sitthichai prove himself to be one of the very best, if not the very best, 70kg fighter in the world today. In a one night tournament to decide the Kunlun Middleweight Championship Sitthichai knocked out Superbon in round two while Enriko Gogokhia picked up a decision over Victor Nagbe. The finals saw a tough fight between Sitthichai and Gogokhia, going to an extra round before Sitthichai walked away as champion. 

Other big wins on the card for Dzhabar Askerov knocking out Aikpracha in round two, and both Anatoly Moiseev and Jason Wilnis picking up wins as well.

Results via Kiksie

Kickboxing - 60kg

Wang Wanben (China) def. Celestin Georges Luis (France) by Decision

Kickboxing - 65kg

Jan Samuel Bark (Sweden) def. Bai Lishuai (China) by Decision

Kickboxing - 62kg

Lee Chan-Hyeong (South Korea) def. Jiao Daobo (China) by Decision

Kickboxing - 70kg

Dzhabar Askerov (Russia) def. Aikpracha Meenayothin (Thailand) by KO in Round 2

Middleweight World Championship Tournament Semifinal #1 – 70kg

Sittichai Sitsongpeenong (Thailand) def. Superbon (Thailand) by KO in Round 2

Middleweight World Championship Tournament Semifinal #2 – 70kg

Enriko Gogokhia (Ukraine) def. Victor Nagbe (Australia) by Unanimous Decision

Kickboxing - 59kg

Gao Qian (China) def. Martizandra Hersisia (Netherlands) by Decision

Kickboxing - 95kg

Yang Yu (China) def. Ivan Bartek (Slovakia) by Decision

MMA - 70kg

Wu Haotian (China) def. Ramunas Venslovas (Lithuania) by TKO in Round 1

Kickboxing - 70kg

Anatoly Moiseev (Russia) def. Jonay Risco (Spain) by Decision

Kickboxing - 75kg

Nuerla Mulali (China) def. Xu Yongba (China) by Decision

Kickboxing - 60kg

Wang Kehan (China) def. Marisa Pires (Portugal) by TKO in Round 2

Kickboxing - 90kg

Jason Wilnis (Netherlands) def. Wang Chongyang (China) by Majority Decision

MMA - Title Fight - 72kg

Zhang Lipeng (China) def. Beibit Nazarov (Kazakhstan) by Decision

Middleweight World Championship Tournament Final – 70kg

Sittichai Sitsongpeenong (Thailand) def. Enriko Gogokhia (Ukraine) by Decision after an extra round

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Hero Legends Results: Gabriel Varga Wins Title

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Hero Legends once again showed the world that China is a force to be reckoned with in the realm of professional kickboxing with a huge card featuring some of the biggest names in the world of kickboxing and muay thai. They blended together Chinese fighters as well as international favorites, with the big, banner fight of the evening for the Hero Legends 64kg Championship between Liu Wei and Gabriel Varga. The bout saw Varga do what Varga does best, which secured him the Hero Legends Championship after three rounds.

Chinese hero Xu Yan picked up a win over Asami Zaurus and Saenchai was in action defeating Meng Qinghao via decision. In their 70kg tournament both Wen Jindu and Xu Tiehan moved on to the finals only for Jindu to land a body punch KO in the first round.

Hero Legends 64kg Championship: Gabriel Varga (R3 - Decision) Liu Wei

70kg Tournament Final: Wen Jindu (R1 - KO) Xu Tiehan

Xu Yan (R3 - Decision) Asami Zaurus

Saenchai (R3 - Decision) Meng Qinghao

Kang En (R3 - TKO) Soner Sen

Lerdsila (R3 - Decision) Tang Yao

Feng Xingli (R3 - TKO) Kim Insu

Yukiya Nakamura (Ext.R - Decision) Yang Haodong

Jia Aoqui (R3 - Decision) Saksurin Kiatyongyut

Armen Arutyunov (R3 - Decision) Zhuang Shusong

Zou Gongyi (R3 - Decision) Eamon Cramb

70kg Tournament: Xu Tihand (R3 - Decision) Xu Haichao

70kg Tournament: Wen Jindu (R3 - Decision) Liu Weiquan

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Rizin Night 2 Results: Fedor is Back, Souwer Power in MMA and RENA is the GOAT

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My god, what a show. 

If you were reading Twitter throughout the Rizin FF broadcast you'll either be under the impression that this was the greatest show to ever grace this good Earth or the biggest monstrosity to ever happen to mankind. That's the kind of divisiveness Japanese fight sports brings to the table. What I can say is that this was one of the most entertaining nights of fights in perhaps years. As someone who gave up watching MMA after the UFC's homogenization went into full force I was pleasantly surprised to be reminded of just how exciting that MMA really can be. 

Jiki Prochazka vs. Vadim Nemkov was perhaps one of the most exciting and active MMA fights that I've seen in a very long time, a stark contrast from the weekly fights that turned me away from the sport over the past few years. 

Of course, kickboxing was represented in quite a few ways throughout the show as well. In fact, the show began with Shoot Boxing superstar RENA making her MMA debut against the very tough Jleanna Valentino. Many quickly wrote off Valentino, but she is a decent muay thai fighter who trains in Italy with Giorgio and Armen Petrosyan, which has to count for something. What we got was a really good striking display from both women before RENA pulled off a flying armbar for the amazing win. 

On the K-1 front K-1 55kg champion Takeru came in and destroyed Yang Ming just like you thought that he would. Peter Aerts stepped in on two days notice against sumo wrestler Kaido Hoovelson in what was an ugly bout, especially considering the kinds of injuries that Aerts has been suffering from and having to watch this behemoth of a man just fall on Aerts and put him in all sorts of awful circumstances. That being said, Aerts went for a choke and an armbar, which was entertaining. 

Speaking of entertainment, Cesar Takeshi, the founder of Shoot Boxing, was out in full force to be the special guest referee in a Shoot Boxing rules bout between Bob Sapp and Akebono. Yes. This happened. Sapp hit Akebono so hard in the back of the head that a cut literally exploded open and Sapp spent the rest of the fight hitting him in the back of the head and Takeshi pausing the fight to let Stitch Duran work on Akebono. This happened like eight times. Sapp eventually won and nobody understood how or what happened to make that happen. 

Andy Souwer, after years of waiting, finally made his MMA debut and he did it against Yuichiro "Jienotsu" Nagashima. Nagashima was looking for submissions against Souwer but Souwer had a pretty solid ground game, all things considered, and was pounding and kneeing Jienotsu in the face. When they got back up to their feet Souwer landed a crazy combination and knocked Jienotsu out with body shots. Damn.

The main event saw Fedor Emelianenko make short work of former K-1 and GLORY fighter Jaideep "Heart" Singh. Former New Japan Pro Wrestling star and current Minister of Education Hiroshi Hase came to the ring to present Fedor with the WCW International Heavyweight Championship. I'm not kidding. He presented Fedor with the big gold belt from when NJPW had a working relationship with WCW and Hase briefly held WCW's kind of world championship. Anyway, he gave that belt to Fedor and it was weird but it owned. 

Seriously, that was an amazing night of fights. 

Rizin FF GP Final: King Mo (R1 - TKO) Jiri Prochazka
Fedor Emelianenko (R1 - TKO) Jaideep Singh
Kron Gracie (R1 - Submission) Asen Yamamoto
Andy Souwer (R1 - KO) Yuichiro "Jienotsu" Nagashima
Kaido "Baruto" Hoovelson (R2 - Decision) Peter Aerts
Shoot Boxing Rules: Bob Sapp (R3 - Decision) Akebono
Gabi Garcia (R1 - KO) Lei'd Tapa
K-1 Rules: Takeru (R2 - TKO) Yang Ming
Soo Chul Kim (R2 - Decision)
Bellator Rules: Brennan Ward (R2 - Submission) Ken Hasegawa
Rizin FF GP: Jiri Prochazka (R1 - TKO) Vadim Nemkov
Rizin FF GP: King Mo (R2 - Decision) Teodoras Aukstuolis
RENA (R2 - Submission) Jleana Valentino

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Rizin Night 1 Results: HIROYA and Hinata Win Big, Sakuraba Says Goodbye

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Last night marked the triumphant return of Japanese kakutougi in the Saitama Super Arena after what felt like a long hibernation. Yes, there have been other MMA and kickboxing shows to happen in Japan over the past few years, even a few UFC events that did pretty well, but none could compare to the absolute insanity that was Rizin FF's first night. Rizin FF's first night was nothing short of a throwback to the Dynamite!! events of old, with freakshows, a legitimate tournament and some kickboxing to add some seasoning to the whole thing. 

On the kickboxing front the former K-1 Koshien star and current K-1 and KRUSH star HIROYA bounced back after two tough losses in K-1 over the last year or so with a big win on one of the biggest stages that kickboxing has seen in Japan in a long time. That win was against MMA and kickboxing veteran "Wicky" Akiyo Nishiura and it happened via KO in the third round. Wicky was a mainstay in Japan for DREAM in their twilight years and this win was a rather high profile win for both HIROYA and K-1 Japan.

The other big bout was Hinata Watanabe fighting Kazuyuki Miyata, the former K-1 HERO*s and DREAM star in a mixed-rules bout. Think Aoki vs. Jienotsu from a few years ago, only they never made it out of the first kickboxing round because Hinata put a hurting on the 39 year old Miyata and won via TKO by knockdowns. 

On the MMA side the tournament didn't provide many big surprises, unless you thought that Satoshi Ishii could possibly win, because he didn't. Hideo Tokoro beat up our beautiful friend in Kaizemon Saiga, who was best known from his work in K-1's 65kg division before swapping over to MMA, showing Saiga that he still has a lot of work to do on his ground game before he can hang with the likes of Tokoro. The main event was a brutal beatdown from Shinya Aoki against MMA legend Kazushi Sakuraba, who should be sticking to wrestling in New Japan from now on since this was his retirement, but you know how that works out. Sakuraba has done a lot for fighting in Japan and he's always been willing to lay it all on the line for fans and the sport. In a way it was fitting for Sakuraba to lose to a Japanese submission specialist on a night that many are seeing as the rebirth of Japanese fighting, isn't it?

Rizin FF GP: Vadim Nemkov (R1 - TKO) Goran Reljic
Rizin FF GP: Jiri Prochazka (R1 - KO) Satoshi Ishii
Rizin FF GP: Teodoras Aukstuolis (R1 - KO) Bruno Cappelozza
Rizin FF GP: King Mo (R1 - KO) Brett McDermott
Rizin FF GP Reserve: Valentin Moldovsky (R1 - Sub) Yuta Uchida

Hiroyuki Takaya (R3 - Dec.) Dalki Hata
Hideo Tokoro (R1 - Sub) Kizaemon Saiga
Anatoly Tokov (R1 - KO) AJ Matthews
Felipe Efrain (R1 - KO) Yuki Motoya (ruled NC due to Efrain missing weight)
Kirill Sidelnikov (R2 - TKO) Carlos Toyota
Tsuyoshi Kohsaka (R2 - TKO) James Thompson

K-1: HIROYA (R3 - KO) Akiyo Nishiura
Mixed Rules: Hinata (R1 - TKO) Kazuyuki Miyata

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Enfusion Live #35 Results

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This last weekend Enfusion presented their last show of the year. Apologies on the late results, but the holidays mean that everything is moving at a different pace of ebbs and flows, I'm just here for the ride. Much to no one's surprise Ismael Lazaar continued his reign of dominance in Enfusion with a brutal KO over Andrew Thomson. That's all that you could ask for for the holidays from kickboxing, right?

Johan Tkac (R3 - TKO) Zakaria Baitar

Mathieu Kongolo (R3 - Decision) Mohamed Boubkari

Enfusion Women's -64kg World Title: Anke Van Gestel(C) (R3 - Decision) Rachida Bouhout

Nordin Ben Moh (R3 - Decision) Crice Boussoukou

Enfusion Heavyweight World Title: Ismael Lazaar (R1 - KO) Andrew Thomson

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Kunlun Fight 35 Results

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Kunlun 35 is in the books and now we patiently await the videos to be released. This card featured some of the best in the world against each other and even though Yodsanklai had to pull out against Sittichai it sounds like Marat Grigorian gave him a tough fight but ultimately fell short in the judges eyes. Enriko Gogokhia beat Davit Kiria by decision, now im really hoping we see him fight Sittichai next. Also Artur Kyshenko became the kunlun 80kgs world champion with a vicious overhand right KO.

Here are the results via Kiksie

Full Results

Tournament Reserve Fight - 80kg

Artur Gorlovs (Latvia) def. Deng Ningning (China)

Tournament Semifinal #1 - 80kg

Artur Kyshenko (Ukraine) def. Eyevan Danenberg (Netherlands)

Tournament Semifinal #2 - 80kg

Dmitry Valent (Belarus) def. Arthit Hanchana (Thailand)

Kickboxing - 64kg

Wei Ninghui (China) def. Kim Dongsu (South Korea)

Middleweight World Championship Tournament Quarterfinal #1 – 70kg

Victor Nagbe (Australia) def. Kong Lingfeng (China)

Middleweight World Championship Tournament Quarterfinal #2 – 70kg

Enriko Gogokhia (Ukraine) def. Davit Kiria (Georgia)

Middleweight World Championship Tournament Quarterfinal #3 – 70kg

Superbon (Thailand) def. Zhang Chunyu (China) by KO

Middleweight World Championship Tournament Quarterfinal #4 – 70kg

Sittichai Sitsongpeenong (Thailand) def. Marat Grigorian (Armenia)

Tournament Final - 80kg

Artur Kyshenko (Ukraine) def. Dmitry Valent (Belarus)

 

 

 

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SuperKombat Special Edition Results

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SuperKombat held their final event of the year today in Italy in an event that mixed together MMA and kickboxing like we've been seeing for a long time now. The highlight of the MMA portion was the debut of Raul Catinas in MMA against Janusz Dylewski. Dylewski's record was, well, not good heading into this fight and he lost to Catinas as expected in the first round.

The kickboxing fights were exciting, your usual SuperKombat fare up until the main event. My god, what a cluster. Maurice Jackson is, for all intents and purposes, a complete fraud. The two times we've seen him fight this year have been in GLORY against Xavier Vigney and now against Morosanu and in both fights he showed zero skill, ability or defense. Simply hit Jackson and he's down. That is not a man who went into this year at 31-0-0, I don't care what ruleset he is claiming to have competed on. I'm 400-0-0 against my heavybag in my garage, maybe I should get a shot?

Jackson was disqualified (even though Morosanu hit him after the ref called the fight, but whatever, did the ref call the fight? Who knows) and fired right there in the ring. I'm not kidding. They fired him while he was turtled up in a ball on the mat complaining about being hit. I think he was complaining about being hit? This was just embarrassing. SuperKombat has brought in a good deal of Americans to their shows, some are out of shape, some are old, some are lacking in experience, but they all were established fighters who knew what it felt like to be hit and had some fight in them. Jackson had none of this.

Results via Kiksie.

1. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight bout (-81 kg) - SK Rules (3 rounds x 3 minutes)

Adrian Mitu (Romania) def. Stylianos Parathirakis (Greece) by TKO in Round 1

2. Super Fight - Middleweight bout (-71 kg) - SK Rules (3 rounds x 3 minutes)

Amansio Paraschiv (Romania) def. Alkid Farruku (Morocco) by KO in Round 1

3. Super Fight - Super Cruiserweight bout (-95 kg) - SK Rules (3 rounds x 3 minutes)

Lucian Danilencu (Romania) def. Bilel Messaoudi (France) by KO in Round 1

4. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight (-81 kg) - SK Rules (3 rounds x 3 minutes)

Bogdan Nastase (Romania) def. Tudor Turcan (Rep. Moldova) by KO in Round 1

5. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight plus (-86 kg) - SK Rules (3 rounds x 3 minutes)

Alexandru Negrea (Romania) def. Imanol Rodriguez (Spain)

6. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight Plus bout (-84 kg) - MMA rules (3 rounds x 5 minutes)

Robert Bryczek (Poland) def. Alexander Bergmann (Sweden) by KO in Round 1

7. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight Plus bout (-84 kg) - MMA rules (3 rounds x 5 minutes)

Ion Pascu (Romania) def. Ivan Brguljan (Croatia) by TKO in Round 1

8. Super Fight - Cruiserweight bout (-92 kg) - SK Rules (3 rounds x 3 minutes)

Bogdan Stoica (Romania) def. Damian Garcia (Spain) by KO in Round 2

9. Super Fight — Welterweight bout (-66 kg) — MMA rules (3 rounds x 5 minutes)

Maja Britvic (Croatia) 65.3 kg vs Cristiana Stancu (Romania) 66.3 kg

10. Super Fight - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg) - MMA rules (3 rounds x 5 minutes)

Raul Catinas (Romania) def. Janusz Dylewski (Poland) by Submission in Round 1

11. Super Fight - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg) - SK Rules (3 rounds x 3 minutes)

Catalin Morosanu (Romania) def. Maurice Jackson (USA) by Jackson being fired in Round 1.

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W5 Grand Prix Vienna Dec. 5 Results

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Yesterday in Vienna, Austria W5 held their Grand Prix in Vienna event where two titles were on the line as well as a one-night tournament between some big names. The tournament saw Artem Pashporin defeat the world famous Cosmo Alexandre via decision while on the other side of the bracket Chris Ngimbi continued his march back to the top with a win over Evgeniy Kurovsky. The two clashed in the finals later that night with Posporin walking away victorious.

Sasa Jovanovic and Rasul Kachakaev clashed for W5's 67kg European championship in a fight that saw Jovanovic walk away with the title while Massaro Glunder was able to best Foad Sadeghi for the 72.5kg W5 Intercontinental Championship to cap off what has been a big year for Glunder.

Tournament: Artem Pashporin (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Cosmo Alexandre

Tournament: Chris Ngimbi (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Evgeniy Kurovsky

Marco Adamovic (R1 - KO) Adil Osmani)

Karin Mabrouk (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Henry Banner

W5 67kg European Championship: Sasa Jovanovic (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Rasul Kachakaev

W5 72.5kg Intercontinental Championship: Massaro Glunder (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Foad Sadeghi

Tournament Finals: Artem Pashporin (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Chris Ngimbi

 

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Glory 26 and Superfight Series Live Results

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Glory 26 will start be starting with the superfight series at 1:30pm EST/ 10:30am PST. You can watch them Live on ESPN 3 or on Eversport.tv. If for any reason you cannot watch we will have the live results for you right here.

Glory 26

Welterweight Title - Nieky Holzken def. Murthel Groenhart (Split Dec)

FW Tournament Finals - Mosab Amrani def. Maykol Yurk by KO Rd 1 (Liver Kick)

Heavyweight Title - Rico Verhoeven def. Benjamin Adegbuyi by KO Rd 1 (straight right)

FW Semifinal - Mosab Amrani def. Chi Bin Lim by KO Rd 1 (left hook to the liver)

FW Semifinal - Maykol Yurk def. Shane Oblonsky by TKO Rd 2 (2 knockdowns)

Superfight Series

Thomas Vanneste def. Errol Zimmerman by Split Dec

Mourad Bouzidi def. Danyo Ilunga by Split Dec

Zinedine Hameur-Lain def. Fred Sikking by Unanimous Dec

Yoann Kongolo def. Karapet Karapetyan by Unanimous Dec

 Perviz Abdullayev def. Aziz Kallah by Unanimous Dec

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Shootboxing 30th Anniversary "Ground Zero Tokyo 2015" Results

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Shootboxing 30th anniversary "Ground Zero Tokyo 2015" took place on December first in Tokyo, Japan. 

Kuniyoshi Hironaka wanted revenge on Andy Souwer for their last fight around this time last year when Andy beat him by TKO. Hironaka did not get it but he did at least finish the fight this time but lost by unanimous decision.

Zakaria Zouggari also wanted revenge on Suzuki Hiroaki since last time they fought was in the 65kgs tournament final which Zakaria had easily won the first 3 rounds but the judges decided to give an extra round, Zouggari also won it that round my opinion, again the judges gave another round until he was so exhausted that Suzuki dropped him and the ref called the fight.

Zakaria got his revenge this time, the judges had it right and gave Zouggari the win over Suzuki which will now skyrocket Zakaria up the rankings.

Full Results

Andy Souwer def. Kuniyoshi Hironaka (Unanimous Dec)

Zakaria Zouggari def. Suzuki Hiroaki (Unanimous Dec)

Hvyweight Tournament final - Kengo Shimizu def. Southern Superman (KO Rd 1)

Kamisako Hirohito def. Hiroki Shishido (Unanimous Dec)

Akihiro Gono def. Sakamoto Yuki (Unanimous Dec)

Takahashi Ai def. Mizuki Inoue (Split Dec)

Mizuochi Yosuke def. MASAYA (Unanimous Dec)

Gray Char Aki def. Union Akari (Split Dec)

Ueyama Tadashiosamu def. Fushimi Kazuyuki (TKO Rd 3)

Fukada, Kazuki def. Murata Hijiriakira (Unanimous Dec)

Hvyweight Tournament - Kengo Shimizu def. Shakaru Peterson (TKO Rd 1)

Hvyweight Tournament - Southern Superman def. Sato light distillate (KO Rd 2)

 

 

 

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Venum Victory World Series in Paris Results

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On Saturday, November 28th in Paris, France Venum Victory World Series presented their final show of the year in a night that saw two tournaments conclude and the -75kg WAKO World Championship on the line. Mustapha Haida, whom signed with much fanfare to the promotion earlier this year, walked away as the 72.5kg winner and Igor Bugaenko picked up a KO victory in the finals to win the Rhinos 95kg tournament.

Jimmy Iftène (R3 - Decision) Mimoun Zahafi

Mohamed Galaoui (R3 - Decision) Aiman Al Radhi

Pavel Voronin (R3 - Decision) Pacome Assi

72.5kg Dragons Tournament: Michael Krcmar (R3 - Decision) Ian Alexander

72.5kg Dragon Tournament: Moustapha Haida (R1 - KO) Kader El Kaamouchi

95kg Rhinos Tournament: Alexandru Burduja (R3 - Decision) Tony Milanovic

95kg Rhinos Tournament: Igor Bugaenko (R3 - Decision) Claudio Istrate

Anissa Meksen (R3 - Decision) Maria Salomé Lobo

Mehdi Zatout (R3 - Decision) Yetkin Ozkul

Abderaman Coulibaly (R1 - TKO) Freddy Kemayo

72.5kg Dragons Tournament Final: Mustapha Haida (R3 - Decision) Michael Krcmar

95kg Rhinos Tournament Final: Igor Bugaenko (R1 - KO) Alexandru Burduja

-75kg WAKO Pro World Title: Chingiz Alazov (R5 - Decision) Djimé Coulibaly

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Muay Thai Grand Prix 2 Results

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MTGP 2 Main Card Results:

MTGP 4 Man Grand Final – 66KG:

Charlie Peters def. Alex Bublea by unanimous decision

MTGP World Super Featherweight Championship – 59KG A-Class:

Jose Varela def. Hamlaoui Yacine by split decision

60KG K-1:

Jamie Whelan def. Panagiotis Zisimopoulos by unanimous decision

77KG K-1:

Kev Ward def. Reece Rowell by unanimous decision

MTGP World Featherweight Championship – 57KG A-Class:

Matthew Tieu def. Thibaud Duphil by unanimous decision

54KG A-Class:

Daniel McGowan def. Adrian Lopez Moreno by unanimous decision

48KG A-Class:

Evan Jays def. Alejandro R. Conception by unanimous decision

ISKA English Title – 63KG B-Class:

Rory Crawford def. Luke Portanier by unanimous decision

78KG B-Class:

Ryan Li def. Mark Robinson by unanimous decision

MTGP 4 Man Semi Final 2 of 2 – 66KG:

Alex Bublea def. Khun Bank by KO 2nd Round (knock out of the night)

MTGP 4 Man Semi Final 1 of 2 – 66KG:

Charlie Peters def. Ben Lucas by unanimous decision (fight of the night)

70KG B-Class:

Michael Pham def. Krystian Ozog by unanimous decision

75KG K-1:

Robert Vereyken def. James Gridley by split decision

72KG A-Class:

Marcel Dehinde def. Sevket Karaoglanoglu (MTGP fastest KO record of 0:18 secs)

86KG K-1:

Louis “KO” King def. Jack Deacon by KO 1st round

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Enfusion Live #34 Results

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This weekend in the Netherlands we saw Enfusion Live 34, featuring Ilias Bulaid and Edye Ruiz in a world title fight that saw Bulaid pick up the victory, continuing his rather impressive streak in the Enfusion ring. 

Lorena Klijn (R4 - Decision) Mellony Geugjes

Tayfun Ozcan (R3 - Decision) William Diender

Mohammed Jaraya (R1 - KO) Andrei Ostroyanu

Mohamed Boubkari (R3 - Decision) Kamran Amindzade

Fabio Kwasi (R3 - Decision) Patrick Veenstra

Artur Kyshenko (R3 - Decision) Hicham El Gaoui

Enfusion -67kg World Title: Ilias Bulaid(C) (R3 - Decision) Edye Ruiz

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