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K-1 Japan 60kgs GP Live Results and Stream

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K-1 Japan is happening tonight at 9:30 PST/ 12:30 EST, it will stream live on NicoNico AT THIS LINK. I have a Step by Step guide to ordering from NicoNico HERE just don't use those links, use the K-1 link I have linked here.

It should be a great card, with a 60kg GP tournament, Yoshihiro Sata facing off against Sanny Dahlbeck, and Kaew Fairtex back in action against Minoru. I'll be posting the live results here, there are a lot of fights so its going to be a late night.

RESULTS

Superfights

65kg: Kimura Minoru Def. Kaew Fairtex Majority Dec

70kg: Sanny Dahlbeck Def Sato Yoshihiro by KO Ex Rd (left high kick and punches)

55kg: Takiya Shota Def. Shou Rong Unanimous Dec

55kg: Horio Ryuji Def. Tobe Ryuma Unanimous Dec

60kg GP Tournament

Final - Urabe Koya Def. Urabe Hirotaka by Unanimous Dec

Semi-final: Urabe Koya Def. Yamamoto Masahiro by KO Rd 1 (leg kicks)

Semi-final: Urabe Hirotaka Def. Javier Hernandez Unanimous Dec Ex Rd

60kg GP: Urabe Koya Def. Denis Puric by KO Rd 1 (liver knee)

60kg GP: Yamamoto Masahiro Def. Gagny Baradji Majority Dec

60kg GP: Urabe Hirotaka Def. Karim Bennoui TKO Rd 1 (cut due to flying knee)

60kg GP: Javier Hernandez Def. Shimano Kotaro by Unanimous Dec (scored knockdowns in Rd 1 and 2)

60kg GP Reserve Fight: TOSHI Def. Kim Hun Jae by Unanimous Dec

Prelims

65kg: Hiramoto Ren Def. Ishikawa Yuki by K0 Rd 1

HW: Fujita Tomoya Def. Manabu by Unanimous Dec

60kg: Kanbe Shota Def. Yuma by Unanimous Dec

65kg: Goto Masanobu Def. Saito Yuta by KO Rd (left hook)

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Legacy Kickboxing 1 Live Results

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We are excited for Legacy Fights first kickboxing event, the more kickboxing the better. The card has some good names, and decent match ups, and the fights are live on AXS TV. We will have live results here for anyone else (especially people in Canada that no longer get AXS TV)

165lbs - Cosmo Alexandre Def. Regian Eersel by Unanimous Dec.

Heavyweight - Pat Barry Def. Demoreo Dennis by Split Dec

155lbs - Marco Pique Def. Michael Corley by KO Rd 3 (overhand right, knees, kicks, basically everything)

135lbs - Angel Huerta Def. Miguel Torres by Unanimous Dec.

135lbs - Valentina Schlevchenko Def Lindsay Haycraft by Unanimous Dec.

170lbs - Alex Morono Def. Lucas Pimenta by TKO (broken forearm due to kick)

155lbs - Justin Reiswerg Def. Will Morris by Unanimous Dec.

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Superbank Bests Muangthai in Rajadamnern Battle Between Two of Muay Thai’s Brightest Stars

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Superbank Sakchaichode cleared up the recent end of year Muay Thai awards and the 20 year old was up against his closest rival for most of them when he faced Muangthai Sor Boongium at Rajadamnern in the first big show of 2014

Superbank appeared to effortlessly control the fight which headlined a One Songchai card, keeping Muangthai at bay with teeps and knees and repeatedly sweeping him to the ground in the third round to soar ahead on the score cards.

Muangthai needed a big comeback in the fourth but found himself being swept yet again when he tried to line up a straight knee with Superbank timing it to perfection to kick away his standing leg and put him on his backside.

Muangthai returned the favour moments later but was unable to mount any effective offence as Superbank frustrated him with a masterful defensive display, cruising through the final three minutes to take a clear cut decision win.

Pakorn PKSaenchaimuaythaigym is the reigning Lumpinee 135 lbs champion and one of the biggest draws in Muay Thai at the moment and was taking on Auisiewpor Sujibamikiew who might not enjoy such a stellar reputation but was given a 5 lbs weight advantage.

Pakorn made light of the size difference to land the harder shots throughout the fight, scoring with kicks and knees more consistently than his opponent who struggled to land anything solid enough to turn the contest around and conceded defeat before the end of the final round.

It was also a good night for Pakorn’s team mates at PKSaenchaimuaythaigym with Prajanchay stopping Lamnampong Noomjeantawanna in the fourth round and Phichitchai finishing Yodsenchuang Chanaidonmuang in the third.

Sangmanee Sor Tienpo was supposed to be returning to Rajadamnern for the first time since getting poisoned last year but the teenager’s proposed fight with Petchlamsin Sorkor Sungaigym fell through.

One Songchai Promotions, Rajadamnern Stadium, January 9th

Phichitchai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym beat Yodsenchuang Chanaidonmuang by TKO
Parkalek Tor Laksong beat Chotchai Por Suwannchot by decision
Panpayak Jitmuangnongym beat Luknimit Singklongsi by decision
Prachanchay PKSaenchaimuaythaigym beat Lamnampong Noomjeantawanna by TKO
Pakorn PKSaenchaimuaythaigym beat Auisiewpor Sujibamikiewby decision
Thaksinlek Sitiniwat beat Thanonchai Tor Sangtiennoi by decision
Superbank Mor.Ratanabandit beat PKSaenchaimuaythaigym   by decision 
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Kunlun Fight #15 Stream and Results

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Kunlun fights #15 two day event is taking place on Jan 3rd and 4th in China and will hopefully have a STREAM RIGHT HERE (server 3) starting at 11:30pm PST/ 1:30am CST. Lets cross our fingers and hope the stream goes through because this is a very good card including a middleweight 4-man tournament, a super heavyweight 8-man tournament, and a super fight with Glory heavyweight champion Rico Verhoeven.

FULL CARD

Middleweight Tournament Semi-Finals

Tournament Final Sittichai Sitsongpeenong vs Andy Souwer - Sittichai Sitsongpeenong wins by Decision

Sittichai Sitsongpeenong vs Murthel Groenhart - Sittichai Sitsongpeenong Wins by KO Rd 3 (high kick)

Andy Souwer vs Jiao Fukai - Andy Souwer Wins by TKO Rd 3 (unable to come out for EX round)

Super Fights

Rico Verhoeven vs Andrei Herasimchuk - Andrei Herasimchuk Wins by Decision

Irina Mazepa vs Wang Kehan - Wang Kehan Wins by Decision

(MMA) Taniyana Fumitaka vs Yang Jiangping - Yang Jiangping Wins by Armbar Rd 1

Lerdsila Chumpairtour vs Wang Wanben

 

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K-1 USA vs. China Live Results

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K-1 USA vs China is starting now at 4:00am PST HERE IS THE LINK for anyone that is awake at this strange hour, otherwise here are the results as they happen.

90Kg Liang Ling vs. Andrew Tate - Andrew Tate wins by Decision

60Kg Lei Peng Hui vs. Joseph Logan - Joseph Logan wins by TKO Rd (leg kicks)

53Kg E Meidie vs. Sanja Sucevic - E Meidie wins by Decision

64Kg Wang Zhi Wei vs. Arthur Sorsor - Wang Zhi Wei wins by KO Rd 1 (spinning back fist)

68Kg Li Yun Kun vs. Justin Greskiewicz -  Justin Greskiewicz wins by Decision

70Kg Tian Xian vs. Tony Hervey - Tian Xian wins by TKO Rd 2 (leg kicks)

70Kg Zhou Zhi Peng vs. Stavone Warren - Zhou Zhi Peng wins by Decision

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One Shot World Series 4 Results and Videos

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One Shot World Series decided to do a show on Christmas day in Antalaya, Turkey. It was great to see Nieky Holzken back to kickboxing after his car accident. He had 2 pro boxing fights which he won by KO, and squeezed in this kickboxing fight before the end of 2014. Patrice Quarteron got to actually fight this time and even though he got a point deduction from the ref he managed to win the decision.

Results

Nieky Holzken (Holland) def. Yusuf Karakaya (Turkey) By TKO in Round 1

Patrice Quarteron (France) def. Zamiq Atakisiyev (Azerbaijan) By Decision

Erkan Varol (Turkey) def. Reyad Hamza (Egypt) By Decision

Adem Bozkart (Turkey) def. William Diender (Holland) By Decision

Mecit Can Sormaz (Turkey) def. Faith Aydin (Turkey) By Decision

Yahya Alemdach (Turkey) Marouan Toutouh (Morocco) By Decision

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Thai Fight Final 2014 Results and Yodsanklai Video

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Thai fight had a show today at the The Riverfront Asiatique which looked like a really interesting place to have fights. Some fights were fought with ropes wrapped on their hands, and others with the regular gloves. After hearing from people I consider legends in this sport about how hard Yodsanklai hits, I feel you must have a death wish to fight him with only ropes on his hands. Also Saenchai showed why he is the best showman in the sport with a very sneaky head kick KO.

Results

Saiyok Pumphanmuang Windysport def. Antoine Pinto by decision

Yodsanklai Fairtex def. Christophe Pruvost by TKO Rd 1

Chanajon P.K. Saenchaimuaythaigym def. Dambo Gaetan Thomas by decision

Sudsakorn Sor. Klinmee (Thailand) def. Gow Sauo by TKO Rd 1

Saenchai P.K. Saenchaimuaythaigym def. Ghilas Barache KO Rd 1 

Iquezang Kor.Rungthanakeat def. Saping Yu by decision

Leo Pinto def. Celestin Mendes by TKO Rd 3

How can you not enjoy Yod's handywork.

 

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Enfusion Live #23 Stream and Results

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Enfusion Live #23 is live now at http://www.enfusionlive.com/ here are results as they happen.

1. Ibrahim El Boustati Def. Khalid El Bakoun

2. Edvin Kibus  Def. Yassin Baitar 

3. Iman Barlow Def. Soraya Haurissa by Unanimous Dec

4. Tayfun Ozcan Def. Ismael Benali by KO Rd 2 (left hook to the liver)

5. Nordin Ben Moh Def. Mohamed Souane by Unanimous Dec.

6. Enfusion World Title Fight - Ilias Bulaid Def. Zahid Zairov by KO Rd 2 (left knee to the chin)

 

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TopKing World Series 3 Final 8 Results and More Videos

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Here are all the results from Top King World Series 3 Final 8 from last night in Hong Kong. I figured I'd include Pornsanae's fight as well, I have to admit, it upset me.

Final 8 Tournament.

Marat Grigorian def. Eisa Alamda Nezam by Decision

Reece McAllister def. Marcin Parcheta by KO Rd 1

Khayal Dzhaniev def. Niclas Larsen by Decision

Buakaw Banchamek defeats Dmytro Konstantynov by Decision

SuperFights

Sangmanee Sor Tienpo def. Man Kwok by Decision  

Pongsaklek Sasiprapagym def. Marc Dass by Decision

Denis Puric def. Pornsanae Sitmonchai by KO in Rd 1

Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym def. Trishin Constantine by Decision

 

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CMT 5 Live Results

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CMT5 is taking place right now on www.GFL.TV there is still time to order if you feel like staying up all night with us. If not the results will still be here for you in the morning.

Main

Yohan Lidon vs. Michael "Bad Ass" Badato - Michael Badato Wins by KO Rd 3 (overhand right)

UnderCard

Danial "Mini T" Williams vs. Andy "Punisher" Howson - Danial Williams Wins by Decision

Tony "Disco" Manoharan vs. Cain "Insane" Brunton -  Cain Brunton Wins By KO Rd 4 (3 knockdowns)

Taylor "Hellraiser" Harvey vs. Rhys "Lightning" Windysport - Taylor Harvey Wins by Decision

Grant "Bomber" Millwood vs. Jono "Crazy Nut" Almond - Grant Millwood Wins by KO Rd 1 (right hand)

Nick "Nightmare" Atkins vs. Rob Ferguson - Nick Atkins Wins by KO Rd 1 (elbow)

Junior Tafa Milo vs. Aaron "Bubba" Cannings - Junior Tafa Milo Wins by KO Rd 3 (hand combinations)

Cyril "Cast Iron" Currie vs Bohdi "Stikos" Mckenzie - Cyril Currie Wins by KO Rd 2 (3 knockdowns all by right hand)

Adrian Ormrod vs. Allan Burt - Adrian Ormrod Wins by TKO Rd 1 (Doc stoppage due to cut from elbow)

 

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WGP Kickboxing #23 Results

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This weekend WGP Kickboxing in Brazil presented their 23rd event, featuring a 64.5kg tournament. The action was intense and saw Emerson Hawk walk away with the tournament crown over the early favorite going into the tournament of Marcus Vinicius. 

Fight 1 - Semifinal GP
Rules K1 (64.5 kg)
Emerson Hawk won Vinicius Bereta by unanimous decision.
 
Fight 2 - Semifinal GP
Rules K1 (64.5 kg)
Marcus Vinicius Wilson Djavan won by unanimous decision.
 
Fight 3 - Reserve Fight GP
Rules K1 (64.5 kg)
Anderson Buzika Paulo Freitas won by knockout.
 
Fight 4 - Super Fight
K1 Rules (71.8 kg)
Ravy Brunow (BRA) beat Nicolas "Nitro" Mujica (URU) by knockout.
 
Fight 5 - Super Fight
K1 Rules (85 kg)
Cesar Almeida (BRA) won Dmitrenko Aleksandr (RUS) by unanimous decision.
 
Fight 6 - Final GP
Rules K1 (61.5 kg)
Emerson Hawk won Marcus Vinicius by unanimous decision.
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S-cup 2014 Results

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There is still time to order the S-cup if you havn't already, the step by step instructions here will help you out. Otherwise we will post Results for you here as soon as they happen.

Results

65 kgs Tournament

Final - Hiroaki Suzuki vs Zakaria Zouggari  - Hiroaki Suzuki Wins by TKO 2nd EXT Rd (Zakaria had this fight won at 3 rounds, this was bad.. AGAIN)

Semi Final 2 - Houcine Bennoui vs  Zakaria Zouggari - Zakaria Zouggari Wins by KO Rd 2 (Right hand)

Semi Final 1 - Hiroaki Suzuki vs Mosab Amrani - Hiroaki Suzuki Wins by Decision (Mosab should have won this fight clearly)

Hiroki Shishido vs Houcine Bennoui - Houcine Bennoui Wins by Decision 

Michihiro Omigawa vs Kevin Ross - Kevin Ross Wins by TKO Rd 2 (cut stoppage due to clash of heads) (later ruled a no contest reserve winner advanced instead)

Mosab Amrani vs Nishiura Wicky Satoshi-sei - Mosab Amrani Wins by Decision

Hiroaki Suzuki vs Pornsanae Sitmonchai - Hiroaki Suzuki Wins by KO Rd 3 (right hook)

Superfights

Andy Souwer vs Kuniyoshi Hironaka - Andy Souwer Wins by TKO Rd 3 (corner threw in the towel)

RENA vs Isis Babikku - RENA Wins by Decision

Fushimi Kazuyuki vs Naito Taiki - Naito Taiki Wins by KO (flying knee to the chin)

Sakamoto Yuki vs Uchimura Yojiro - Sakamoto Yuki Wins by Decision

Kaito vs Ishihara Yasha Bow - Kaito Wins Decision Ext Rd

Tournament Reserve - Bovy Sor Udomson vs Zakaria Zouggari - Zakaria Zouggari Wins by TKO Rd 2 (cut stoppage)

 

 

 

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Fight Night Hungary Recap

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This time not only the fighters but the promotion itself had a challenge ahead as Fight Night Hungary has tried a new, bigger location. Even though promoters try to pick great venues and put solid cards together success in this business is never guaranteed. The new location with its 1200m2 size is truly a challenge for anyone in Hungary to be filled. But Fight Night Hungary has pulled it off! The event was packed and the people in attendance have truly seen some glimpse from the glorious past when big names and shows have visited this part of Europe.

Fight Night Hungary had great fights, a fantastic atmosphere and fired up fans. Finally a show where everything was in place - visuals, timing, sound and most important: the fights themselves. Fight Night Hungary has set the bar high for forthcoming events.

The show started with four solid Muay Thai bouts which all helped to get everyone even more fired up for the main card. The K-1 bouts have also seen back and forth wars, knockdowns and an unfortunate doctor's stoppage before we got to the co-main event.

In the co-main event two of the best, most well-known and highly respected fighters, Tamás Birics (WFMC European Champion) and Gábor Görbics (World Combat Games winner, WAKO full-contact European Champion) have collided once again. First time they've fought Görbics won a close decision and some years have passed before the rematch could've been put together. Needless to say this fight was highly anticipated amongst the Hungarian fight fans!

Görbics seemed to be more relaxed in the opening rounds while Birics tried to take control and dictate the pace by moving forward and attempting to being the aggressor. Görbics seemed to have the edge and landed more shots while utilizing his full arsenal: spinning techniques, feints, attacking and retreating in angles. He was really fluid  in both the attacks and chaining everything together.

While it was Görbics who seemed to get the better of the exchanges while moving around and using the angles, toe to toe Birics had successful attempts of takig over, moving his opponent to the ropes, utilizing thunderous leg kicks. Birics has a background and is competing usually in Muay Thai and from the outside he seemed to be missing a few key techniques which he couldn't use due to the restrictions of the different ruleset he used to.

The fifth and final round have started with some huge shots although it was very clear from the beginning that none of the guys wanted to leave it up to the judges this time. Although there was no finish fans got a beautiful, intense fight that put us all on the edge of our seats. Görbics Gábor won a majority decision and have beaten Tamás Birics for a second time.

The fans could not wait any more for the last fight to happen. When Antoine Habash hit the ramp for his entry most of the crowd stood up chanting his name and clapping for him. He took the stage a storm. Tihomir Mitev has stepped into the lion's den.

The first round have seen Antoine landing some good straight just to measure things up and then taking control shortly thereafter. He became more and more confident and rightfully so as Mitev's head turned red and got a bloody nose from all the shots he has taken. At the end of round two Mitev got saved by the bell only. Most of the audience had anticipated something that it has to be over in the next round. And then it happened... After some exchange Antoine has finished a combination with a brutal knee that landed flush on Mitev's chin and the champ fell under the ropes. He was out cold. The crowd has erupted! Standing ovation, clapping everywhere and the new champ has jumped on the ropes to thank everyone. Habash Antoine is the new WKN European Champion and as he promised the belt stays in Hungary!

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

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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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Superkombat  World Grand Prix Monza: Results

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Yesterday in Monza, Italy SuperKombat gave the world the finals of their Light Heavyweight WGP in a night that saw a lot of surprises and confusion. The confusion is rooted in the fact that Cedric Manhoef was unable to attend the event, which was upsetting to the fans in attendance. Then Catalin Morosanu's fight never happened because his opponent, Ron Sparks, fell off the entrance ramp during the pre-fight introductions and injured himself. There was also a mishap with the ring that happened during the event and needed to be tended to. 

The rest of the show scored rave reviews, though.

Ivan Jorge def. Aristote Quitusisa by Decision- Wins Superkombat Light-Heavyweight Title

Julian Imeri def. Nader Farhou by Decision

Bogdan Stoica def. Alexandru Negrea by TKO (Punches) in Round 3

Andrei Stoica def. Emilio Valecillo by TKO (Punches) in Round 1

Amansio Paraschiv def. Riccardo Lecca by KO (Left Hook) in Round 1

Jorge Loren def. Michael Terrill by KO (Body kick) in Round 2

Aristote Quitusisa def. Dawid Kasperski via Decision

Giuseppe De Domenico def. Errol Koning via Decision

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