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Full Card for May 6th SuperKombat World Grand Prix Event

On May 6th SuperKombat returns to Madrid for the SuperKombat WGP II event, headlined by a superfight between one of heavyweight kickboxing stalwarts in Catalin Morosanu against Lukasz Krupadziorow from Poland. After being plagued by injuries in 2016, Morosanu made an exclamation of a debut for GLORY in February with a KO on Maurice Greene and will be looking to ride that wave of momentum into his home promotion of SuperKombat. 

The show starts at 19:00 CET and will be airing live on Sport.ro and Fightbox HD. It will air on CBS Sports Network in the United States on May 13th at 10pm eastern.

Superkombat WGP II Madrid Fight Card:

Super Fight - Heavyweight division (+96 kg)

Lukasz Krupadziorow (Poland) vs Catalin Morosanu (Romania)

 

Super Fight - Heavyweight division (+96 kg)

Dawid Zoltaszek (Poland )vs Cristian Ristea (Romania)

 

Super Fight - Heavyweight division (+96 kg)

Clyde Brunswijk (Suriname) vs Bruno Susano (Portugal)

 

Super Fight - Heavyweight division (+96 kg)

Patrick Schmid (Switzerland) vs Daniel Oso Perez (Spain)

 

Super Fight - Light Heavyweight division (-81)

Janu da Cruz (Guinea Bissau) vs Daniel Stefanovski (Switzerland)

 

Super Fight - Middleweight division (-73 kg)

Nenes Nayanesh (RD Congo) vs Eduard Chelariu (Romania)

 

Super Fight - Middleweight division (-72 kg)

Youssef El Hadmi (Morocco) vs Edye Ruiz (Spain)

  

Super Fight - Super Middleweight division (-77 kg)

Omar Amash (Israel) vs Lolo Romero (Spain

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Weekend Results: Lerdsilla Scores Big at Lion Fight 36, Jaraya Attacks Judge at Enfusion Live 49

On top of GLORY 40, there were other big kickboxing and muay thai events that deserve our time and attention, so let's get right to them. First, on Friday evening was Lion Fight 36 which was live on AXS TV. As always, it featured some of the top names on the international muay thai circuit battling it out in the United States.

LION FIGHT 36 Official Results

Main Event - Lightweight Fight - Ledsila Phuket (184-31-5) knocked out Jacob Hebeisen (0-1) with a head kick at 2:16 in round two.

Co-Main Event - Cruiserweight Fight - Paul Banasiak (5-0) remained undefeated, beating Brett Hlavacek (17-5) by unanimous decision (49-48, 49-46, 48-47).

Middleweight Fight - Amadeu Christiano (52-16) outlasted D.C. Pratt (20-6) to win by unanimous decision (50-45, 49-46, 50-45)

Super Cruiserweight Fight - Chip Moraza-Pollard (4-0) defeated Matt Coleman (1-2) via TKO at 0:30 in round three

Middleweight Fight - Eddie Abasolo (8-1) scored a TKO victory over P.J. Sweda (2-2) at 1:36 in round five.

Lightweight Fight - Amine Ballafrikh (8-4) out-struck Jonathan George (2-1, 1 NC) to win by unanimous decision (50-45, 50-45, 49-46)

Across the Atlantic was Enfusion Live #49 in Zoetermeer, Netherlands. This one was, well, interesting. In terms of big happenings, there were a few that immediately impact the LiverKick rankings when we tabulate them next; El Boustati beat Filip Verlinden, Yassin Baitar defeating Jonay Risco and in non-ranked madness, Mohammed Jaraya, one of the promotion's big stars, lost a controversial, extra round decision to Reduoan Laarkoubi. It doesn't end there, though. MMAPlus has screen caps from the event showing a distraught Jaraya leave the ring, then attack the lead judge after the decision was rendered.

This one thing will most likely overshadow the rest of the event, perhaps even the rest of Jaraya's young career to date. Simply stated: you do not attack officials. Both Badr Hari and Jamal Ben Saddik have attacked downed opponents (curiously enough, both did it to Hesdy Gerges), but even then, it was another competitor. While poor showings on the part of both fighters (twice for Badr, by the way), it was still against another competitor, someone who was trained to step into the ring and fight them. Judges and referees, while known to make bad calls at times, are not trained in-ring competitors, at least not the ones that fighters should be concerned with. Hell, if Jaraya smacked one of his opponent's cornermen even that would be out of line but somewhat understandable. 

Enfusion Live 49 

Ibrahim El Boustati (R3 - Decision) Filip Verlinden 

Luis Tavares (R1 - KO) Mohamed Boubkari 

Tayfun Ozcan (R2 - KO) Nordin Ben Moh 

Redouan Laarkoubi (Ext.R - Dec) Mohammed Jaraya 

Yassin Baitar (R3 - Dec) Jonay Risco 

Andre Schmeling (Ext.R - Dec) Hicham Achalhi 

Khadija Charradi (Ext.R - Dec) Essilia Wurms 

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World Fighting League Results: Peter Aerts Wins Retirement Bout

The Dutch Lumberjack, also known as Mr. K-1, Peter Aerts retired on Sunday in the Netherlands. After a host of prior "retirement" fights this one seems to be the actual final fight of the three-time K-1 World Grand Prix Champion. All of it happened under Melvin Manhoef's WFL banner, with his promotion doing its best to capture the It's Showtime feel and filling that void left by It's Showtime being absorbed by GLORY years ago. Aerts defeated his opponent, Nordine Mahieddine, via a decision, then posed in the ring with other multi-time K-1 World Grand Prix Champions and legends Semmy Schilt, Ernesto Hoost and Remy Bonjasky. 

Other notable results involve Errol Zimmerman losing to Murat Aygun, Fred Sikking defeating Michael Duut by KO, Brian Douwes winning the 95kg tournament, William Diender winning the 70kg tournament and Ertugal Bayrak beating Darrel Sichtman to win the 86kg tournament. 

Results via Kakutougi

Full Results

WFL SuperFights

Peter Aerts defeats Nordine Mahieddine by Decision

Murat Aygun defeats Errol Zimmerman by Decision

Fred Sikking defeats Michael Duut by KO

Tarik Khbabez defeats Gokhan Gedik by Decision

Anissa Haddaoui defeats Ilona Wijmans by Decision

Younes Smaili defeats Jackie Dings by Decision

Rodney Faverus Glunder defeats Dennis Stolzenbach by Decision

Ilsury Hendrikse defeats Samantha van Doorn by Decision

 

70kg Tournament - Final

William Diender defeats Redouan Daoudi by TKO

 

70kg Tournament - SemiFinals

Redouan Daoudi defeats Warren Stevelmans by Decision

William Diender defeats Michael Benben

 

86kg Tournament - Final

Ertugrul Bayrak defeats Darryl Sichtman by Decision

 

86kg Tournament - SemiFinals

Ertugrul Bayrak defeats Errol Koning by Decision

Darryl Sichtman defeats Dennis Ipema by Decision

 

95kg Tournament - Final

Brian Douwes wins by default (Ibrahim el Bouni out due to injury)

 

95kg Tournament - SemiFinals

Brian Douwes defeats Redouan Cairo by Decision

Ibrahim el Bouni defeats Fabio Kwasi by KO

 

Undercard

Donovan Wisse defeats Jay Overmeer by Decision

Kevin van Heeckeren defeats Karim Lahboub by Decision

Joey Mezieres defeats Akin Kocak by Decision

 

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Catch SuperKombat Tonight on CBS Sports Network at 10pm Eastern

If you missed last weekend's SuperKombat event live and live in the United States you'll be able to catch it tonight on CBS Sports Network. Starting at 10pm Eastern time the SuperKombat World Grand Prix Elimination event will air, SuperKombat making its wider American debut on national cable. Here is the full card below.

The event will also air on Saturday evening as well.

World Grand Prix 

6. World Title Eliminator - Light Heavyweight bout (-81 kg)

Imanol Rodriguez (Spain) vs Daniel Stefanovski (Switzerland)

7. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Patrick Schmid (Switzerland) vs Valentin Bordianu (Romania)

8. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Dawid Zoltaszek (Poland) vs Cristian Ristea (Romania)

9. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Kazadi Mwamba (United Kingdom) vs Robert Constantin (Romania)

10. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Lukasz Krupadziorow (Poland) vs Anthony Johnson (USA)

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Live Stream For SuperKombat World Grand Prix on April 7th

Live on Friday, April 7th is SuperKombat's World Grand Prix Series like from Bucharest, featuring a night of exciting fights. This will play on CBS Sports Network on April 14th and 15th, but if you want to catch it live you can do so here on LiverKick. 

The full card is included below.

New Heroes (19:00 CET)

1. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight Plus bout (-86 kg)

Dragos Imbrea (Romania) vs Claudiu Alexe (Romania)

2. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Valentin Horjea (Romania) vs Alexandru Radnev (Romania)

3. Super Fight - Super Middleweight bout (-75 kg)

Magnus Onyeka (Norway) vs Eduard Chelariu (Romania)

4. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight plus bout (-86 kg)

Marios Blanas (Greece) vs Dumitru Topai (Romania)

5. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight bout (-81 kg)

Lotfi Amri (Morocco) vs Bogdan Nastase (Romania)

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World Grand Prix (21:00 CET)

6. World Title Eliminator - Light Heavyweight bout (-81 kg)

Imanol Rodriguez (Spain) vs Daniel Stefanovski (Switzerland)

7. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Patrick Schmid (Switzerland) vs Valentin Bordianu (Romania)

8. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Dawid Zoltaszek (Poland) vs Cristian Ristea (Romania)

9. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Kazadi Mwamba (United Kingdom) vs Robert Constantin (Romania)

10. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Lukasz Krupadziorow (Poland) vs Anthony Johnson (USA)

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KRUSH.75 Results: Soda Crushes Matsushita

KRUSH held their 75th event on April 2nd, featuring a championship double-main event seeing the men's 65kg and women's 50kg titles on the line. Jun Nakazawa picked up the split decision in the main event while Mellony Geugjes defeated Momi via decision to take home the 50kg title. Yasuomi Soda absolutely annihilated Daiki Matsushita in the first round with a flurry of punches that put Matsushita down and out.

Results via eFight.

KRUSH 65kg Championship: Jun Nakazawa (R3 - Split Decision) Yukihiro Komiya 

KRUSH 50kg Women's Championship: Mellony Geugjes (R3- Decision) Momi 

Yasuomi Soda (R1 - KO) Daiki Matsushita 

Kazuki Yamagiwa (R3 - Majority Decision) Daiki Watabe 

Haruma Saikyo (R3 - Majority Decision) Elias Mahmoudi 

60kg Tournament: Leona Pettas (R3 - Decision) Taio Asahisa 

60kg Tournament: Riku Anpo (R3 - Decision) Gosyu Masanobu 

Junpei Aotsu (Ext.R - Decision) Taito 

Rasuta (R3 - Decision) Takaaki 

Naoki Yamamoto (R1 - TKO) Yuki Miwa 

Akihiro Kaneko (R3 - Decision) Naoya Otada 

Kuroudo (R3 - KO) Yuki Koge 

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KNOCK OUT vol.2 Results: Another KO-Filled Event

Japanese promotion KNOCK OUT has delivered again on their title with their third event, KNOCK OUT vol.2. This event featured the kick-off of their 61.5kg tournament to crown the King of KNOCK OUT Champion at that weight, featuring Yosuke Morii knocking out Keijiro Miyakoshi with a left hand in the second round. Promotion favorite and Japanese kickboxing legend Genji Umeno found himself on the losing end of a decision to Torlek, Kenta was finished by Jaowayha and the rest of the card featured either knock outs, stoppages or cuts. 

Results from CombatPress.

King of KNOCK OUT tournament: Yosuke Morii (R2 - KO) Keijiro Miyakoshi 

Rotlek Jaotalaytong (R5 - Majority Decision) Genji Umeno 

Jaowayha Sirilak (R3 - TKO) Kenta 

Eisaku Ogasawara (R1 - KO) Byeon Seong Ji 

Issei Ishii (R3 - TKO) Naoya Yajima 

Mizuochi Yousuke (R4 - TKO) Fukashi 

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SuperKombat World Grand Prix Card for April 7th

SuperKombat officially begins their World Grand Prix season with their first big show of the year on April 7th, returning to the building that they ran in conjunction with K-1 Global and helped Irimia to decide to go all-in on the SuperKombat concept. This event features four heavyweight tournament elimination bouts as well as a light heavyweight title eliminator.

This will be SuperKombat's first event broadcast on CBS Sports Network and will air on tape delay. We'll keep you updated with when you can catch it.

New Heroes (19:00 CET)

1. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight Plus bout (-86 kg)

Dragos Imbrea (Romania) vs Claudiu Alexe (Romania)

 

2. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Valentin Horjea (Romania) vs Alexandru Radnev (Romania)

 

3. Super Fight - Super Middleweight bout (-75 kg)

Magnus Onyeka (Norway) vs Eduard Chelariu (Romania)

 

4. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight plus bout (-86 kg)

Marios Blanas (Greece) vs Dumitru Topai (Romania)

 

5. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight bout (-81 kg)

Lotfi Amri (Morocco) vs Bogdan Nastase (Romania)

 

World Grand Prix (21:00 CET)

6. World Title Eliminator - Light Heavyweight bout (-81 kg)

Imanol Rodriguez (Spain) vs Daniel Stefanovski (Switzerland)

 

7. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Patrick Schmid (Switzerland) vs Valentin Bordianu (Romania)

 

8. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Dawid Zoltaszek (Poland) vs Cristian Ristea (Romania)

 

9. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Kazadi Mwamba (United Kingdom) vs Robert Constantin (Romania)

 

10. Heavyweight Eimination - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Lukasz Krupadziorow (Poland) vs Anthony Johnson (USA)

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Peter Aerts Retiring on April WFL Card

If you thought that Peter Aerts was retired, well, you were probably mostly correct. He's been retired. Sort of. GLORY held a retirement fight for him against Rico Verhoeven but it never sat well with the Dutch Lumberjack and he came out of that retirement to fight Dewey Cooper, Freddy Kemayo and then Ernesto Hoost a few years ago. But his last fight was definitely in 2014 against Hoost, meaning that it seemed like he had actually retired.

So consider the world's surprise when Melvin Manhoef's WFL announced that on April 23rd Peter Aerts would be retiring live on Spike TV Netherlands. No, this is not an April Fool's joke. Here's a look at the card thus far. The full card will feature three tournaments and eight superfights.

Peter Aerts vs. Tsotne Rogava

Errol Zimmerman vs. Murat Aygun

Michael Duut vs. Fred Sikking

Ibrahim El Bouni vs. Fabio Kwasi

Ilona Wijmans vs. Anissa Haddaoui

 

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Card for KNOCK OUT vol.2 on April 1st

On April 1st, live from the Ota Ward General Gymnasium KNOCK OUT will present KNOCK OUT vol.2, featuring the first bout in KNOCK OUT's King of KNOCK OUT 61.5kg championship tournament to crown a champion. The remainder of the first round bouts will play out on KNOCK OUT's vol.3 on June 17th.

King of KNOCK OUT 61.5kg Championship Tournament: Yosuke Morii vs. Keijiro Miyakoshi

61.3kg: Genji Umeno vs. Rotlek Jaotalaytong

67.5kg: Kenta vs. Jaowayha Sirilak

56kg: Eisaku Ogasawara vs. Corey Nicholson

51kg: Issei Ishii vs. Naoya Yajima

64.5kg: Fukashi vs. Mizuochi Yousuke

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