This weekend if there was one thing that I noticed, it was that fight fans in the UK were going ballistic over Yokkao 8, with everyone's favorite commentator Vinny Shoreman even calling it one of the best cards that he's ever witnessed, which comes as very high praise indeed. Yokkao once again proved to be one of the most consistent promotions in the world with churning out quality events, even working around some last minute visa issues and putting on a great show.
- Yokkao 8
- Liam Harrison (R5 - Dec.) Houcine Bennoui (65 kg)
- Dean James (R2 - TKO) Rungravee Sasiprapa (57kg)
- Panicos Yusuf (R5 - Dec.) Rittuak Kaewsamrit (60,5kg)
- Reece McAllister (R5 - Dec.) Tim Thomas (67kg)-
- Josh Turbill (R5 - Dec.) Steve Long (72kg)
- Brad Stanton (R1 - KO) Wayne Fisher (66kg)
- Daniel McGowan (R5 - Dec.) Jordan Coe (54kg)
- Chris Whittle (R5 - Dec.) Daniel Crompton (62kg)
- Nathan Epps (R5 - Dec.) Sebastian Fraczyk (72kg)
- Federico Beaka Alfaro (R5 - Dec.) Pindi Singh Madahar(69kg)
Dave Walsh has been covering MMA and Kickboxing since 2007 before changing his focus solely to Kickboxing in 2009, launching what was the only English-language site dedicated to giving Kickboxing similar coverage to what MMA receives. He was the co-founder of HeadKickLegend and now LiverKick. He resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico where he works as a writer of all trades.
His second novel, Terminus Cycle, is available now via Kindle and Paperback.
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