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Glory 37 Live Results

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Glory 37 starts in just under one hour on UFC Fight Pass with the super fight series followed by the main card Live on ESPN3 or eversport.tv in Canada. It should be a great night of fights so tune in, if for some reason you cannot we will have the live results here for you.

GLORY 37 Main Card Results

Middleweight Title Headline Bout: Jason Wilnis (c) def. Israel Adesayna by Unanimous Dec - Rd1: Israel throwing lots of hands and landing the straight right to the body at will but Wilnis countering everything with low kicks and landing 90% of them. Rd2: Israel landing some nice fancy kicks on Wilnis guard and sliding some nice uppercuts and body punches through. Wilnis still landing the low kicks and a couple left hooks this round that didn't phase Israel. Rd3: Wilnis lands a few right hands this round while Israel trying to slip all the punches. Adesanya still sliding a few straight punches through the middle. Rd4: Israel is being much more active in all these rounds but Wilnis is moving forwards and landing about 1 or 2 punches in the round and low kicks. Rd5: Adesanya got his groove this round and was making Wilnis miss everything while Israel was landing hard uppercuts and straight punches, great round for Adesanya.

Welterweight Tournament Final Bout: Yoann Kongolo def. Karim Benmansour by KO Rd 3 (liver punch, right hook combo) -  Rd1: Kongolo pressuring the savvy Benmansour and landing a few good punches but Benmansour making Kongolo miss and landing little kicks and punches once in a while. Rd2: Kongolo throwing nice combos all round but must have a sore shin because he hasn't thrown any kicks only knees. Right at the end of the round Kongolo set up a perfect left hook to the liver and dropped Benmansour who gets up and is saved by the bell. Rd3: Benmansour is a tricky customer but it looks like Kongolo has his number this fight, Benmansour throwing lots but just doesn't have the power to move Kongolo back again with barely any time left in the last round Kongolo throws a left hook to the head, left hook to the body, and right hook the head and drops Benmansour who can't beat the count, KO win for Kongolo. 

Heavyweight Co-Headline Bout: Guto Inocente def. D'Angelo Marshall by Split Dec - Rd1 - Marshall literally chasing Inocente around the ring non stop and not allowing him to make any distance to spin. Marshall landed some good punches and a few low kicks, while Guto was clinching moving to get away. Rd2: Starts off the same as the first, but then Guto clips Marshall with a right hand that drops him. Guto gets over aggressive after and gets caught a few times but seems to take them well. Rd3: Both big men tired but Marshall still able to land clean punches but he never seems to realize when he has Guto hurt. Looks like we should be going an extra round. ExRD: Sloppy round by two tired heavyweights, neither have power or balance anymore and mostly just clinching all round, minus a few right hands landed from Marshall, tough round to score.

Welterweight Tournament Semifinal Bout B: Karim Benmansour def. Alan Scheinson by Split Dec - Rd1: first time I've seen Scheinson, hes throwing powerful shots but looks a little stiff and not able to hit Benmansour clean, while Benmansour is landing his right hand often but with no power. Rd2: Nothing crazy happening in this round, neither fighter landing clean but lots throwing and missing. Benmansour is more active and landing more small stuff. Rd3: Benmansour landing lots of low kicks to the back leg of Scheinson this round and a nice spinning backfist while Scheinson looked tired and landed nothing all round.

Welterweight Tournament Semifinal Bout A: Yoann Kongolo def. Konstantin Khuzin by Unanimous Dec - Rd1: Khuzin doing well using his knee to keep Kongolo from getting too close but not landing it too hard, best shot of the fight was a right hand through the guard by Kongolo. Rd2: Kongolo getting inside better this round on the tall fighter, kongolo lands a nice spinnig back kick that hurts Khuzin but he stays up and still manages to keep Kongolo at bay for the rest of the round. Rd3: Khuzin looking worn out and Kongolo throwing combos like crazy, then Khuzin out of nowhere lands a very quick straight right and drops him but the ref doesn't count and Kongolo is very lucky, that would have caused a draw at least.

GLORY 37 SuperFight Series Results

Featherweight Title Headline Bout: Robin van Roosmalen def. Matt Embree by TKO Rd 4 (ref stoppage) - Rd1: Great round by both fighters, Embree's hands looking powerful and quick, but hes not blocking low kicks and ate about 6 or 7 clean. Embree used a few good front kicks to push Robin away. Rd2: Again Robin landing hard low kicks all round and Embree landing nice body punches and covering up well. Rd3: These are close rounds, Robin is pressuring but not landing clean punches, but neither is Embree, and it seems that unless Embree hits Robin on the chin hes just shrugging them all off. Rd4: Robin picks up the pressure and it looks like Embree is hitting a wall, RvR lands a liver punch that hurts Embree and then a barrage of punches and Big John McCarthy calls it off.

Heavyweight Co-Headline Bout: Jhonata Diniz def. Tomas Mozny by Unanimous Dec - Rd1: Mozny looking good early, keeping distance, landing some long punches and quick high kicks but Diniz stalking all fight and lands a right hand to drop Mozny with 10 seconds left in the round. Rd2: Mozny looking real tired and Diniz walking forward while Mozny falls all over the place. Nothing crazy landing apart from a good right hand from Diniz. Rd3: Diniz pushing forwards all round getting hit with a few jabs but not much else while landing decent low kicks and right hands on Mozny.

Middleweight Bout: Warren Thompson def. Mike Lemaire by Unanimous Dec - Rd1: Thompson pushing forward and throwing bombs when Lemaire is on the ropes while eating a few low kicks, but Thompson landed a good right hand that wobbled Lemaire. Rd2: More of the same this round, Lemaire can't handle the pressure that Thompson is bringing and is just ending up on the ropes for the whole round. Rd3: Both fighters are tired which works in Thompsons favor with his forward pressure and just leaning on Lemaire while throwing a few punches. Should be a first Glory win for Thompson.

Super Bantamweight Bout: Zoila Frausto def. Daniela Graf by Unanimous Dec

Featherweight Bout: Giga Chikadze def. Victor Pinto by KO Rd 1 (Liver Kick) - This fight was all Chikadze, he landed whatever he liked and Pinto landed nothing, 2:00 into the round he landed the liver kick and Pinto was in agony, game over.

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WLF January 14th Results: 70kg and 63kg Tournaments

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WLF held two big tournaments this weekend in China, including their 70kg tournament and 63kg. Each tournament featured some recognizable names and there were a number of interesting superfights as well, including Fang Bian defeating Berat Aliu, Yuta Kubo dropping a decision to Xie Lei and Kaew taking a decision victory over Wang Pengfei. Results via Kiksie.

16-Man 70kg Tournament Semifinals

Enriko Kehl (Germany) def. Farkhad Akhmejanau (Belarus) by Decision

Jiao Fukai (China) def. Shamil Gasanbekov (Russia) by Decision

8-man 63kg Tournament Quarterfinals

Adrian Maxim (Romania) def. Wang Zhiwei (China) by Decision

Jin Ying (China) def. Joan Canaveral (Colombia) by Decision

Zhao Fuxiang (China) def. Joey Baylon (New Zealand) by Decision

Tamerlan Bashirov (Russia) def. Liu Wei (China) by TKO in Round 2

73.5kg

Sun Weiqiang (China) def. Saiyok Pumpanmuang (Thailand) by Decision

67.5kg

Xie Lei (China) def. Yuta Kubo (Japan) by Decision

65kg

Kaew Weerasakreck (Thailand) def. Wang Pengfei (China) by Decision

75kg

Yi Long (China) def. Marco Piqué (Suriname) by Decision

63kg Tournament Semifinals

Adrian Maxim (Romania) def. Jin Ying (China) by Decision

Zhao Fuxiang (China) def. Tamerlan Bashirov (Russia) by Decision

70kg Tournament Final

Shamil Gasanbekov (Russia) def. Enriko Kehl (Germany) by Decision

80kg

Fang Bian (China) def. Berat Aliu (Germany) by Decision

93kg

Oleg Primachev (Ukraine) def. Hao Guanghua (China) by TKO in Round 1

63kg Tournament Final

Adrian Maxim (Romania) def. Zhao Fuxiang (China) by TKO in Round 1

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SuperStar Fight 7 Results: Cosmo Alexandre and Jo Nattawut Pick Up Wins

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SuperStar Fight in China held their seventh event on January 13th, featuring a few bigger, international names who picked up some solid wins within the promotion. The Chinese fighters were on full display, picking up big wins.

Shiqiang Song(CHN) defeated Li Yang(CHN)---62Kg of Kickboxing 3R/3M

Wu Zhang(CHN) defeated Xuchao Gao(CHN)---66Kg of Kickboxing 3R/3M

Xianchao Zhao(CHN) defeated Zhijie Deng(CHN)---65Kg of MMA 3R/5M

Riguleng Baoshe(CHN) (R1 - KO) Alexin Donnie(USA) ---75Kg Tournament,Semi-final 3R/3M

Carlos Hicks(NZL) (R3 - Dec) Shiyuan Li(CHN)---75Kg Tournament,Semi-final 3R/3M

Jo Nattawut(TH) (R3 - Dec) Yan Zhao(CHN)---70Kg of Kickboxing 3R/3M

Cosmo Alexandre(BRA) (R3 - Dec) Xiaofeng Tan(CHN)---77Kg of Muay Thai 3R/3M

Dandan Hu(CHN) (R3 - Dec) KANG JIN HEE(KOR) ---63Kg of MMA (Fighting Goddess)  3R/5M

Dongqiang Lu(CHN) (R3 - Dec) Naoya Fukuoka(JPN) ---65Kg of Kickboxing 3R/3M

Buren Wuliji(CHN) (R3 - KO) Beno Adamia(GEO)---63Kg of MMA  3R/5M

Zhenyou Huang(CHN) defeated Mohammadhos Sein Doroudian(IR) --75Kg of Kickboxing 3R/3M

Rong Fan(CHN) defeated Nuralizoda Fozil(TJK) ---85Kg of MMA  3R/5M

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Kunlun 56 Stream and Live Results

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Final of the Kunlun Fight 70kgs tournament is taking place tonight, which is one of the best 70kg tournament for sometime, you can watch here live LINK. Also Buakaw will be the main event which is always exciting, we will post the live results here.

Full Results

Buakaw Banchamek def. Tian Xin by Unanimous Dec (Buakaw scored 1 knockdown in 2nd rd)

Wei Ninghui def. Juan Javier Barragan by KO Rd 1 (right hand)

Gu Hui def. Sergii Kuliaba by Unanimous Dec

70kg tournament final - Superbon Banchamek def. Jomthong Chuwattana by KO Rd 3 (Right hand)

Andrei Kulebin def Wu Xuesong by Unanimous Dec (2 knockdowns scored by Kulebin)

70kg tournament semifinal - Superbon Banchamek def. Cedric Manhoef by Unanimous Dec (knee to the head knockdown in Rd 3)

70kg tournament semifinal - Jomthong Chuwattana def. Davit Kiria by Unanimous Dec (Ex Rd)

Khayal Dzhaniev def. Arthit Hanchana by Unanimous Dec

Mohamed Mezouari def. Dzianis Zuev by Unanimous Dec

Andrei Gerasimchuk def. Felipe Micheletti by Unanimous Dec

Wang Wenfeng def. Denis Puric by Majority Dec

Parviz Abdullayev def. Ma Shuo by Dec

Li Xiaomao def. Lin Zhiqiang by TKO Rd 1 (body punch)

Zhang Yansong def. Zhu Baotong by Dec

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Quick Results: EM Legend End of the Year Finals 2016

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EM Legend held their final event of the year this past weekend.

1) Bashirov Bashir def. Mr Adichet by KO

2) Huo LiHui def. Wang AoGang by decision

3) Ji Duo Yi Bu def. Mardi T Zulita by decision after extra round

4) Han Zihao def. Najib by decision

5) Zhao ChuanLin def. Igor Osinin by decision

6) Mohammad Ghaedibardeh def. Aleksandr Shuliak by KO

7) Li QiYu def. Liang YuanHao by decision

8) Michal Mokry def. Wang Lei by KO MMA

9) Meng Kang def. Shi YunFei by KO

10) Chaiwat def. Xie Wei by decision Muay Thai

11) Vitali Dubina def. Zhao Xiaoyu by decision

12) Senmanee def. Manas by KO after extra round

13) Ampo Rukiya def. Rasul by KO

14) Mohammad Boulef def. Zhu Xu (CHN) by decision

15) Carlos Ulberg def. Sherzad Babazhanau by KO

16) Zeng Xiao Ting def. Zuhro Kholova by KO

17) Chen ChangLin def. Manabe Ryuta by decision

18) Julius Mocka def. John Kevin by KO

19) Zhang ChengLong def. Saeki Masaya by decision

20) Ramil def. Denphanom by decision

21) Magomedov def. Wudtichad by KO

22) Pu Dongdong def. Evgenii by decision

22) Ibrahim El Bouni def. Davor Matarugic by KO

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Krush 71 Results

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Krush 71 took place last weekend at the Korakuen hall on Tokyo, Japan. The 18 year old Yoshiki Takei made a successful title defense overcoming a knockdown due to a flying knee in the first, then dominating the rest of the fight until scoring 3 spectacular knockdowns in the last round to win by KO and not leaving it to the judges who may have scored it a draw due to round 1. Great first title defense for the young champion.

Full Results

-53kg : Naoya Otada def  Yusei Sakurai DEC (Unanimous 30-28,30-27,30-270

-67kg : Hayato Suzuki vs Ryo Tabata DEC (Unanimous 28-24,28-24,28-24)

-63kg : Yuki Ishikawa vs MASA DRAW (27-29,28-28,29-28)

-Heavy weight : K-Jee def Hidekazu Kimura DEC (Unanimous 30-28,29-28,30-27)

-60kg GP : Riku Anpo def Tatsuya Inaishi DEC (Majority 30-29,29-29,30-29)

-60kg GP : Masanobu Gosyu def Yoshiki Harada TKO (Three Knock Downs, Punches)

-60kg GP : Masahiro Yamamoto def Go Kato DEC (Unanimous 30-28,30-28,30-28)

-60kg GP : Leona Pettas def Dynamite Yuta Takahashi DEC (30-27,30-26,30-26)

-70kg : Daisuke Fujimura def Yoichi Yamazaki DEC Extra Round (Unanimous 10-9,10-9,10-9)

-65kg : Yukihiro Komiya def Masanobu DEC (Unanimous, 30-29,30-28,29-28)

-58kg : Tatsuya Oiwa def Kento Ito DEC (Unanimous, 30-27,30-27,29-28)

Krush -53kg Championship Match : Yoshiki Takei (Champion) def Ryusei KO 3R (Three Knockdowns. 1st KD combo w/ left high kick, 2nd right front kick, 3rd punches)

 

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Kunlun Fight 55: Alexander Stetsurenko Wins 80kg Tournament

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This past weekend was jam-packed for kickboxing, including the Kunlun Fight 80kg tournament coming to a close at Kunlun Fight 55.  The 80kg tournament was one of their bigger tournaments of the year and saw Alexander Stetsurenko walk away as the champion. It wasn't an easy evening for Stetsurenko, with a hard-fought decision over Darryl Sichtman followed by a close, split-decision victory over Dmitry Valent, but he was able to overcome to win the 2016 championship.

Tournament Final: Alexander Stetsurenko (R3 - Split Decision) Dmitry Valent 

Steven Banks (R1 - KO) Ashihati 

Kong Lingfeng (R3 - Decision) Li Zhuangzhuang

Muslim Salikhov (R2 - KO) Nuerla Mulali 

Massaro Glunder (Ext.R - Decision) Zhang Chunyu 

Zhang Yang (R3 - Decision) Komsan Hanchana 

Tournament Semi: Alexander Stetsurenko (R3 - Decision) Darryl Sichtman

Tournament Semi: Dmitry Valent (R3 - Decision) Hicham El Gaoui 

Lin Qiangbang (R3 - TKO) Lau Waicheuk 

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KNOCK OUT Delivers Huge With Debut Show

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Japanese promotion KNOCK OUT made a lot of bold claims about reviving Japanese kickboxing and threw together a formidable debut event in KNOCK OUT vol.0 that went down today. Not only did they make claims, but they delivered with a night of exciting fights and really showed the world what Japanese kickboxing is made of. The biggest story is Tenshin Nasukawa knocking out Wanchalong in round one with a crazy spinning back kick.

Seriously, that is amazing. The promotion also announced their second event, KNOCK OUT vol.1 for February 12th, featuring Genji Umeno, Tenshin Nasukawa, Hikari Machida, Takashi Futoshi and more.

KNOCK OUT vol.0

Haruaki Otsuki (R1 - KO) StarBoy KwaythongGym

Eisaku Ogasawara (R3 - KO) Keisaku Miyamoto

Yosuke Morii (R3 - KO) Yodwandee Nitsamui

T-98 (R2 - KO) Yuichiro "Jienotsu" Nagashima

Tenshin Nasukawa (R1 - KO) Wanchalong PK.Saenchaigym

Genji Umeno (R5 - Dec) Sirimongkol PK.Saenchaigym

 

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Enfusion Live #44 Results: Boustati Wins Big

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Enfusion Live ran Enfusion Live #44 in The Hague today, featuring their usual undercard of Kickboxing Talents before the proper show, featuring a -67kg tournament bouts. The main show saw big wins by the likes of William Diender, Reder Zaidi and Hicham Achalhi via KO before the main event for Enfusion's 90kg title was underway. It saw the return of one of kickboxing's most entertaining personalities in Andrew Tate against Ibrahim El Boustati for El Boustati's title, only for El Boustati to stop him within the first round. 

RESULTS

Kickboxing Talents #26, The Hague, The Netherlands, Saturday

03.12.2016

1. 3X3 Tournament  -67Kg 

Lofogo Sarour (South Sudan)  Vs Tarik Lyachat (Morocco) 

WINNER: Lofogo Sarour (South Sudan) Points

2. 3X3 Tournament  -67Kg

Samir Lopes (Cape Verde)  Vs Tony Jas (The Netherlands) 

WINNER: Samir Lopes (Cape Verde) Disqualification to Tony Jas (The Netherlands) Rd 3

3. 3X3 Tournament  -67Kg  

Wail Karroumi (Morocco)  Vs Juan Javier Barragan (Spain)

WINNER: Wail Karroumi (Morocco) Rd 1 TKO

4.   3X3 Tournament  -67Kg

Walid Hamid (Morocco)  Vs Richaymond Lopez (The Netherlands) 

WINNER: Walid Hamid (Morocco) Rd 2 TKO

5.   3X3 -63Kg    

Reda Narain (Surinam)  Vs   Mohammed Dadda (Morocco) 

WINNER: Reda Narain (Surinam) Points

6.   3X3 -63KG

Soufiane Kaddouri (Morocco)  Vs Damencio Patty (Netherlands)

WINNER: Soufiane Kaddouri (Morocco)   Rd 1 KO

7.  3X3 -70KG

Jassem Al Djilawi (Egypt)  Vs Romano Bakboord (The Netherlands) 

WINNER: Romano Bakboord (The Netherlands) Rd 2 TKO

RESULTS

Enfusion Live #44, The Hague, The Netherlands, Saturday 3.12.2016

21.00 local start time  (20.00 GMT) 

1. 3X3    -54Kg FEMALE

Fadma Basrir (France)  Vs Sanne Strabbing (The Netherlands)

WINNER: Sanne Strabbing (The Netherlands) Points

2. 3X3  -72.5Kg

Patrick van Rees (The Netherlands)  Vs Reda Zaidi (Morocco) 

WINNER: Reda Zaidi (Morocco) Rd 2 KO

3. 3X3   -70Kg 

Bilal Kasrioui (Morocco)  Vs William Diender (The Netherlands) 

WINNER: William Diender (The Netherlands) Rd 1 KO

 4.  3X3   -72.5Kg

Yassin Baitar (Morocco) Vs Redouan Laarkoubi (Morocco) 

WINNER: Yassin Baitar (Morocco) Points

5.  3X3    -72.5Kg    

Marcel Verhaal (The Netherlands)  Vs   Karam en Hahaoui (Morocco) 

WINNER: Marcel Verhaal (The Netherlands) Points

6.  3X3      Heavyweight

Hicham Achalhi (Morocco) Vs Steve Magnier (France)

WINNER: Hicham Achalhi (Morocco) Rd 2 TKO

7.  5X3            ENFUSION WORLD TITLE               -90Kg

Andrew Tate (USA)  Vs Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) 

WINNER: Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) Rd 1 TKO

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Quick Results: EM Legend 14

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EM Legend held their 14th event this past weekend, which featured additional fights in their 65kg tournament. 

1) Ilhom Rustamov (UZB) defeated Ji Duo Yi Bu (CHN) - 60 kg

 2) Gong YuanKun (CHN) defeated Kim Gyeongwan (KOR) - 60 kg

 3) Zhao ChuanLin (CHN) defeated Dzhamshed (TJK) – 64 kg

 4) Toofan (IRN) defeated Deng Lele (CHN) by KO – 71 kg

 5) Lang TingGui (CHN) defeated Chamrong (THA) – 70 kg

 6) Atik Askarzadeh (AFG) defeated Su ZhiYong (CHN) – 70 kg

 7) Han Zihao (CHN) defeated Jakkrit (THA) by TKO – 63 kg

 8) Ibrahim El Bouni (NED) defeated Xing WenXiu (CHN) – 85 kg

 9) Keivan Soleimani (IRN) defeated Son Jun Heok (KOR) – 70 kg

 10) Pu DongDong (CHN) defeated Firdaus (TJK) by KO – 71 kg 

 11) Senmanee (THA) defeated vs Meng GuoDong (CHN) – 65 kg

 12) Rasul (RUS) vs Fu QingNan (CHN) by TKO – 65 kg

 13) Magomedov (RUS) defeated Waranat Ponnikom (THA) by TKO – 70 kg 

 14) Li Shenshen (CHN) defeated Ruslan Salmanov (RUS) – 65 kg

 15) Wang HuaiSheng (CHN) defeated Dias (KAZ) by TKO – 75 kg

 16) Zhao XiaoYu (CHN) defeated Andres (FRA) – 70 kg

 17) Ramil (BLR) vs Zhang Ye (CHN) by TKO – 70 kg

 18) Chen ChangLin (CHN) defeated Yuma (JPN) – 59 kg

 19) Younes Smail (NED) defeated Wang YuanLei (CHN) - 67 kg

 17) Zhang ChengLong (CHN) defeated Kang Minsuk (KOR) – 65 kg

 18) Evgenii (RUS) defeated Liu Lei (CHN) – 70 kg

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Lion Fight 33 Results

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Lion Fight 33 took place tonight and even though the first few fights started off the night a little slow, the pace picked up as the fights went on and we saw some great performances. Regian Eersel absolutely destroyed Purdy with his powerful uppercuts and ended it with a flying knee to become the new 165lbs champion. Shevchenko and Nattawut cruised their way to a decision without ever being in too much trouble to defend their belts.  Throughout the whole show, it was obvious that the ring ropes were very very loose and commentator Michael Schiavello made sure to bring it up multiple times but the Lion fights staff did not decide to tighten them until right before their very last fight, it made clinching against the ropes impossible without falling out of the ring.

Full Results

Jo Nattawut def. Hasan Toy via Unanimous Decision (50-45, 50-45, 50-45)

Antonina Shevchenko def. Ilona Wijmans via Unanimous Decision (50-45, 50-45, 50-45).

Regian Eersel def. Jake Purdy via TKO 2:41 Round 2

Chip Moraza-Pollard def. Brett Hlavacek via Unanimous Decision (47-48, 50-45, 48-47)

Yeison Berdugo def. Anthony Craparo via Unanimous Decision (50-45, 48-47, 48-47)

PJ Sweda def. Andres Jeudi via Split Decision (47-48, 48-47, 48-47)

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Zakaria Zouggary Takes Shoot Boxing S-Cup Crown in Japan

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Shootboxing continued in the great Japanese kickboxing tradition of the S-Cup with the 2016 S-Cup this weekend, seeing Zakaria Zouggary once again prove himself to be one of the best kickboxers in the world by marching through his competition and into the finals where he beat MASAYA up, downing him three times before a flying knee secured him the title. From start-to-finish there was high drama, as there always is, including Hiroaki Suzuki defeating Hideki only to suffer a broken orbital bone, sending Hideki into the semi-finals only to lose. Crazy Horse made an appearance and MASAYA just brutalized him.

Andy Souwer, RENA and MIO also picked up big wins in single fights on the card, but he story should absolutely be Zouggary, though. Zouggary, who has put forth incredible performances under the S-Cup banner, walked away with two KOs and a decision to take the title.

S-Cup Tournament: Suzuki Hiroaki (Ext.R - Dec) Hideki 

S-Cup Tournament: MASAYA (R2 - TKO) Charles Benett 

S-Cup Tournament: Zakaria Zouggary (R1 - TKO) Yamaguchi Yuuto 

S-Cup Tournament: Taplon Hadesworkout (R2 - KO) Mizuochi Yosuke 

S-Cup Semi Finals: MASAYA (R1 - TKO) Hideki 

S-Cup Semi Finals: Zakaria Zouggary (R3 - Dec) Taplon Hadesworkout

S-Cup Finals: Zakaria Zouggary (R2 - TKO) MASAYA 

Murata Makiaka (R3 - Dec) Nakamasa Yoshihiko

MIO (R6 - Dec) UnionSyuri 

Naito Daiki (R3 - KO) Seiki Ueyama 

Andy Souwer (R3 - Dec) Miyakoshi Souichiro 

RENA (R3 - Dec) Kinberly Novaes 

 

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SuperKombat Crowns Three New Champions at Year-End Event

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In a show that was an end of an era in European kickboxing with Eurosport broadcasting their last live kickboxing event SuperKombat put forth an entertaining year-end show that crowned three new champions and provided a lot of thrills. Marija Malencia of Croatia defeated Ania Fucz of Germany to take home the SuperKombat Bantamweight Championship. In a rematch from the last event, Chris Ngimbi looked to defend the SuperKombat Middleweight Championship, but Amansio Paraschiv was simply too much to handle on this night and they crowned a local hero as the new champion. The main event saw Cristian Spetcu take home the SuperKombat Lightweight Championship in a battle against Norway's Simon Santana.

To close the show, Eduard Irimia thanked Eurosport for their years of partnership, as well as promised news about their United States expansion in 2017.

“First of all, I want to say thank Eurosport in the name of Superkombat. It was a great cooperation, Eurosport was the biggest contributors for the development of Superkombat. From 2017 we will start a new era, soon we will announce the new deals about television and also the details about US expansion."

NEW HEROES

1. Super Fight - Super Middleweight division (-77 kg)

Cristian Stoica (Romania) defeated Cristian Rotar(Romania) by Unanimous Decision

2.Super Fight - Light Heavyweight plus division (-86 kg)

Cosmin Ionescu (Romania) defeated Claudiu Alexe (Romania) by TKO in Round 2 (throwing towel)

3.Super Fight - Light Heavyweight division (-81 kg)

Adelin Mihaila(Romania) defeated Panagiotis Papadopoulos (Greece) by KO in Round 1 (high kick)

4.Super Fight - Heavyweight division (+96 kg)

Valentin Bordianu(Romania) defeated Michail Karamousketas (Greece) in Round 1 (Liver Kick)

5.Super Fight - Cruiserweight division (-91 kg)

Razvan Tiru (Romania) defeated Giannis Marinos (Greece) by Unanimous Decision (Marinos counted once in Round 3 – liver kick)

6. Super Fight - MMA Rules - Heavyweight division (+96 kg)

Hatef Moeil (Germany) defeated Boban Danov (Macedonia) by KO in Round 1 (punches)

WORLD GRAND PRIX

1. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight division (-81 kg)

Daniel Stefanovski (Switzerland) defeated Bogdan Nastase(Romania) by Unanimous Decision

2.Super Fight - Super Middleweight division (-77 kg)

Victor Garulo (Spain) defeated Alex Filip (Romania) by Unanimous Decision

3. World Title Fight - Female Division - Bantamweight division (-56 kg)

Marija Malenica (Croatia) defeated Ania Fucz (Germany) by Unanimous Decision

4. Super Fight - Middleweight division (-72.5 kg)

Eduard Chelariu(Romania) defeated Mervin Rozenstruik (Suriname) by Unanimous Decision

5.World Title Fight - Middleweight division (-72,5 kg)

Amansio Paraschiv (Romania) defeated Chris Ngimbi (Congo) by Unanimous Decision

6.Super Fight - Super Cruiserweight division (-95 kg)

Sebastian Cozmanca (Romania) defeated Damian Garcia (Spain) by KO in Round 1 (right hook)

7. World Title fight - Lightweight division (-63,5 kg)

Cristian Spetcu (Romania) defeated Simon Santana (Norway) by Unanimous Decision

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Kunlun Fight 54 Stream and Live Results

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Kunlun Fight 54 is happening today in Hubei, China. On the card 70kg action in Cedric Manhoef vs. Wu Xuesong, Dzhabar Askerov vs. Dzianis Zuev and the quarterfinals of an 8-woman 61.5kg tournament. Join us live on twitter @Liverkickdotcom and @KiksieDB.

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Live Results

61.5kg World Championship Tournament Quarterfinal
Laetitia Madjene (France) def. Candice Mitchell (Canada) by Decision

60kg
Wang Wenfeng (China) def. Lee Chanhyeong (South Korea) by Decision

61.5kg World Championship Tournament Quarterfinal
Anissa Haddoui (Netherlands) def. Marisa Pires (Portugal) by Decision

75kg
Arthit Hanchana (Thailand) def. Konishi Takuma (Japan) by Decision

61.5kg World Championship Tournament Quarterfinal
Juliana Werner (Brazil) def. Diana Zubrovskaia (Russia) by TKO

72kg
Cai Liangchan (China) def. Noh Jaegil (South Korea) by Decision

MMA - 66kg
Jo Sungbin (South Korea) def. Stefan Pijuk (Serbia) by Submission

70kg
Dzianis Zuev (Belarus) def. Dzhabar Askerov (Russia) by Decision After an Extra Round

MMA - 58kg
Zhang Meixuan (China) vs. Yodkaikaew Fairtex (Thailand) - Draw

71kg
Yuichiro Nagashima (Japan) vs. Tian Xin (China) - Draw

61.5kg World Championship Tournament Quarterfinal
Wang Kehan (China) def. Korina Papachrysanthou (Greece) by TKO in Round 1

70kg World Championship Tournament Quarterfinal
Cedric Manhoef (Suriname) def. Wu Xuesong (China) by Decision

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Glory 34 Denver: Live Results

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Glory 34 is starting in just under 30 mins on UFC fight pass for the super fight series and then over to eversport.tv or ESPN3 at midnight ET for the main card. I have a strong feeling this is going to be a night of exciting fights and probably one of the best cards in America since Glory's 8-man tournament in LA. For anyone that misses it, the show will replay on Sunday at 7pm ET on ESPN2 or we have the results for you fight here.

GLORY 34 DENVER RESULTS

Welterweight Title: Nieky Holzken def. Murthel Groenhart by Unanimous Dec - Round 1: Feeling out round for the most part until the last minute of the round, Murthel landing nice jabs and a nice uppercut through the round while Holzken is landing hard inside leg kicks and looking busier than his usual first round. Round 2: All Holzken this round landing lots and lots of low kicks which are taking their toll now. Round 3: More of the same from Holzken hes running away with this fight. Murthel is not throwing enough and standing around too much to get low kicked. This is a different Holzken that we have seen in the past 2 years, no more standing around covering up, hes moving and kicking much more. Round 4: Closer round with Groenhart starting to go for broke, nothing landing clean though but Nieky keeps just losing his balance and getting up very slowly but that's been happening for the past 3 rounds. Round 5: Great round for Groenhart but it seems like too little too late he sat back too many rounds in the beginning of the fight, he landed lots of punches and some hard knees to the body but couldn't put hurt Nieky enough to drop him.

Middleweight Co-Headline Bout: Israel Adesanya  def. Yousri Belgaroui by Split Dec- Round 1: Israel looking calm slipping punches and trying to counter but not landing too many clean strikes but still lands more than Belgaroui who is missing a lot. Round 2: Emotions getting to Israel a bit making him stand and trade instead of picking Belgaroui off like the first round allowing himself to be hit more, very close round. Round 3: Ugh, another close round Israel landing the cleaner, harder shots but Belgaroui throwing more and landing more little shots, hard fight to judge.

Simon Marcus def. Dustin Jacoby by TKO Rd 1 (doctor stoppage) - Round 1: Great round for Jacoby, countering kicks with his front kick (teep) and landing nice punches but Marcus lands a hard knee and hurts Jacoby right at the end of the round. Doctor ends up stopping the right before the 2nd round due to Jacoby having an injured (possibly broken) right arm.

Middleweight Tournament Semi-Final: Israel Adesanya def. Robert Thomas by Unanimous Dec - Round 1: Entertaining first feel out round for the 2 fighters Israel wobbling Thomas once during the round with a right hand giving him the round. Round 2: Hesitant Thomas ends up walking into a really hard left knee to the body and gets an 8 count. Israel didn't push too hard to finish the fight though so Thomas makes it through. Round 3: Again and all Adesanya fight controlling the fight and keeping Thomas guessing. With 15 seconds left in the round Israel lands a left high kick and drops Thomas for the 2nd time in the fight.

Middleweight  Tournament Semi-Final: Yousri Belgaroui def. Ariel Machado by Unanimous Dec - Round 1: Even round, Belgaroui trying to keep distance while Machado landing good low kicks, fighters exchange some slightly angry nudges after the bell. Round 2: Machado slowing down a lot this round could be because he was a late replacement. Belgaroui trying many flying knees and just being the busier fighter but needs to start blocking low kicks. Round 3: Both guys looking extremely tired, I cant imagine either of them fighting again tonight. Machado landed all the more damaging shots this round Belgaroui took tired to throw any power at all. Lets hope for their sake there isn't an extra round.

GLORY 34 SUPERFIGHT SERIES RESULTS

Featherweight Title: Robin van Roosmalen def. Gabriel Varga by TKO Rd 4 (corner stoppage) - Round 1: Varga looking great with his hands keeping his punches long but still ends the round with a cut over the right eye and Robin with blood coming from his nose but varga still much more active, Vargas round. Round 2: Varga gets dropped with a left hook early and he stands up and tells the ref his corner had forgot to put his mouth guard in so that hook chipped his tooth. Robin drops Varga again with a combo, liver punch doing the most damage. Varga up at 8, not looking good but survives the round. Round 3: Another rough round for Varga getting pushed around the ring but Robin. Robin really looks strong at this weight and now hes landing a lot of leg kicks. Round 4: Robin again pressing Varga again and landing some hooks and seems to be gaining momentum. End of the round has Robin unleashing hell on Varga on the ropes, Varga is so tough and staying up. Vargas corner stops the fight after round 4.

Saulo Cavalari def. Brian Douwes by Unanimous Dec - Round 1: Both guys throwing heavy hands all round but Cavalari landing hard leg kicks as well. Douwes clinching a little too much and getting warned by the ref. Round 2: All Cavalari low kicking a tiring Douwes to hell. Round 3: Both guys tiring and nothing significant this round but still Cavalari's round.

Thongchai Sitsongpeenong def. Casey Greene by KO Rd 2 - Round 1: One sided round with Sitsongpeenong landing many punches and hurting Greene twice even dropping him at the end of the round but the ref called no down. Round 2: Sitsongpeenong smashes Greene with a few more right hands and knocks him down for an 8 count. Greene stands up and is on terribly wobbly legs but the ref lets him keep going and take some unnecessary punishment as the commission is waving it off from outside the ring, Greene gets floored with another left hook. 

Richard Abraham def. Mike "Blood Diamond" Mathetha by Unanimous Dec - Round 1: Awkward first round for both guys Mathetha landing some hard left kicks though. Round 2: was going well for Blood Diamond until Abraham landed a front kick to his knee and hyper extended Mathetha's knee now hes got a nasty limp. Round 3: Mathetha has ridiculous heart, his leg was buckling with every kick he threw but he kept kicking all round and firing back at Abraham. Abraham really should have been kicking more he may have been able to at least score a knockdown.

Justin Houghton def. Jonathon Wyderko by Split Dec - Round 1: pretty even round Houghton throwing many flying knees with no success but probably won the round on being active. Round 2: no more flying knees by Houghton and a much closer round but his chin is getting very high he needs to be careful. Round 3: Both too tired tired to throw anything of note not a very good round.

 

 

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