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VIDEO: Sergei Kharitonov Scores TKO Victory Over Braddock Silva in Russia

So there is a lot going on in the world of punching and kicking today, including the W5 event in Russia that saw a rematch from GLORY 16 of Sergei Kharitonov vs. Anderson "Braddock" Silva. Braddock came into the fight looking bulked up from when we saw him previously and Kharitonov was ready for Braddock this time around. 

It was strikingly similar to the last time that the two met, with it being Braddock's fight to lose. It was, as the kids would say, #HeavyweightKickboxing. As round two wore on Kharitonov was taking more shots than he was blocking, but he was able to corner Braddock and strong arm him back into the ropes where he landed a shot that put him down, with the ref calling the fight.

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K-1 World MAX Finals Live Results

The K-1 World MAX Finals are live now, with K-1 airing four of the fights live right now. You can watch it right here on LiverKick. I am with headache, so be gentle. We'll be keeping you updated both here and on Twitter so stay tuned.

K-1 World MAX Final: Enriko Kehl (R4 - Forfeit) Buakaw Banchamek - This fight was close. Kehl was landing the clean shots while Buakaw was using his clinch to throw Kehl around. While that is all well and good, that doesn't score you points in K-1 rules. Buakaw should know that. When it was announced as a draw going into an extra round Buakaw literally walked out. Not kidding, he walked out. Probably some of the least professional behavior that we've seen in a long time, especially on this level. Enriko Kehl wins via forfeit. Wow.

Paul “Semtex” Daley (R3 - Dec.) Mohammad Ghaedibardeh - Ghaedibardeh is a tough, tough guy who took a ton of damage. His reach was pretty crazy and he was using his kicks to keep Daley pushed back. If you could give Ghaedibardeh round one, rounds two and three were all Daley, with Daley dropping him twice in R2 and once in R3. I mean, there was no question that Daley won, but you gotta give Ghaedibardeh credit for staying in the fight.

Maximo Suarez (R2 - TKO) Tural Bayramov - This fight started off strong with both guys looking for the knockout early on. Suarez dropped Tural early on in R1 and it looked like Tural injured his arm at some point. Tural came back for R2 but was unable to continue, giving Maximo the victory.

Andre “Dida” Amade (R3 - Dec.) Li Yankun - This served as Andre Dida's return to professional competition after a few years away from the ring. Needless to say he looked good, but there was some ring rust. Yankun is an up-and-coming Chinese fighter who showed a few flashes of brilliance, but ultimately fell short to Dida. 

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Buakaw Banchamek Vs Abdoul Touré Video

Here is the video from Buakaw's fight (if you can call it that) against Abdoul Touré from August 15th in Chiang Rai, Thailand for a WBC Muay Thai Diamond Championship. This is the second time these two have fought, the first time it wasn't a fairly matched fight and Buakaw won by KO with a body kick. Surprise surprise this fight was not much different and consisted of Buakaw repeatedly knocking down his french opponent with head kicks and elbows until the referee eventually stopped it. There is no doubt Buakaw looks like a beast as usual, but I was asking myself if this was even a fight, or was it fake. I really would like to see Buakaw against some opponents his level, as much as I enjoy a good Buakaw domination this was just too unfair for me, not to mention he didn't even look like he was trying. 

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Yokkao 6: Thongchai Sitsongpeenong vs Toby Smith Video

Yokkao has just released this fight between Thongchai Sitsongpeenong and Toby Smith from January 3rd of this year. I personally had not seen much of the Australian Toby Smith before I watched him look unstoppable against John Wayne Parr in June. He is a strong fighter that likes to walk his opponents down and land huge elbows, clinch up and smother while he knees them. Against Thongchai this strategy did not work quite as planned. Thongchai is only 17 years old in this fight and he already fights like a crafty Thai veteran by making Smith miss and keeping him off balance for most of the first two rounds. When Toby fought JWP he looked so strong that he couldn't even be moved backwards, but Thongchai had him moving back easily, I can't help but be very impressed with this 17 year old Thai.

The last round of this fight is just crazy, let us know what you think of the outcome of the fight, I found it a little surprising.

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Weekend Results: Shoot Boxing Girls' S-Cup

This weekend in Japan Shoot Boxing held their 2014 Girls S-Cup tournaments, which saw both a 50kg and 48kg tournament, the 50kg one being an eight-girl tournament, the 48kg one being four. In the 50kg division RENA walked away with her fourth Girls S-Cup Championship, which is quite a feat for the face of Shoot Boxing. In the 48kg division Yukari Yamaguchi picked up big wins over V.V Mei and Momi to take home the gold. 

Full event results follow, courtesy of CJ's Report.

50kg Girls S-Cup
RENA (R3 - Dec.) Simone Dommelen
Christina Jurjevic (R3 - Dec.) Kill Bee
Ticha (R3 - Dec.) Eduarda Lima
Jiwaen Lee (R3 - Split Dec.) Lorena Klijn
Semi-Finals: RENA (R3 - Dec.) Christina Jurjevic
Semi-Finals: Ticha (R3 - Dec.) Jiwaen Lee
Finals: RENA (R2 - TKO) Ticha

48kg Girls S-cup
Semi-Finals:
Yukai Yamaguchi (R3 - Majority Dec.) V.V Mei Yamaguchi
Semi-Finals: Mio (R3 - Dec.) Momi
Finals: Yukari Yamaguchi (R3 - Split Dec.) Mio

Ai Takahashi (R2 - KO) Nong Em
Union Akari (R3 - Majority Dec.) Yuki Kira
Michi Nakamura (R3 - Dec.) Tomomi Souda
Arisa (R2 - TKO) Maki Goto
Mai Iwata (R3 - Dec.) Bovy Okada

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Kun Lun Fight 7 Results

The Kun Lun 7 fight card in China was quite a strange event. First of all the music, seems they had their own song made which they played about 100 times during the show, now I can't stop saying "KUN LUN FIGHTS!" Secondly the results, lots of upsets and no finishes, every fight was a decision, and leaving your fight in the Chinese judges hands is the last thing you want to do. Also there was supposed to be a female MMA fight and I have no idea what happened but they both got in the ring, spoke on the mic, cried, hugged and left the ring without fighting. (wish I could understand Chinese)

Results

Andy Souwer (Holland) vs. Mustapha Haida (Morocco) - Mustapha Haida wins extra Rd Decision

Fukai Jiao (China) vs. Chris Ngimbi (Kongo) - Fukai Jiao wins Decision

Aikpracha Meenayothin (Thailand) vs. Roman Mailov (Ukraine) - Aikpracha Meenayothin wins Decision

Edvin Erik Kibus (Estonia) vs. Victor Nagbe (Australia) - Victor Nagbe wins Decision

Zheng Zhaoyu (China) vs. Tomoyuki Nishikawa (Japan) -  Tomoyuki Nishikawa wins decision

Dylan Salvador (France) vs. Eisa Alamdar (Iran) - Dylan Salvador wins Decision

Li Zikai (China) vs. Artem Pashporin (Russia) - Artem Pashporin wins Decision

Feng Xingli (China) vs. Sergei Zuev (Belarus) - Sergei Zuev wins Decision

Burneng (Thailand) vs. Kaihu Han (China) - Burneng wins Decision

(MMA fight) Honggang Yao (China) vs. Munkhbayer Jadambaa (Mongolia) - Honggang Yao wins Rear Naked Choke Round 1

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Rise 100 - Blade 0 - Results and Videos

The only way to watch this event was to be there in person, it will not be released online or on TV until August, but we found some videos and a few of the results. Andy Souwer beat Kido again, this time in the extra round, they both received yellow cards, and even a red cards during the fight, for what we think was holding, but we aren't positive and even Souwer himself wasn't sure. Nagashima got DQ'd for catching the leg and administering an illegal sweep from which Zanolini could not continue.

Here are the main fight results, we will update more as we receive them. 

Andy Souwer VS Yasuhiro Kido - WINNER: Andy Souwer (Decision Extra Round.)

Danilo Zanolini VS Nagashima Jienotsu Yuichirou  - WINNER Danilo Zanolini (Disqualification)

Samo Petje VS Hinata - WINNER Samo Petje (KO 2nd Round)

Murat Aygun VS Raomaru - WINNER Murat Aygun (KO 1st Round)

Zelg "Benkei" Galesic VS Uehara Makoto - WINNER Uehara Makoto (KO 1st Round)

Geo Fairtex VS Komiyama Kousuke - WINNER Geo Fairtex (Decision)

Andy Souwer Vs Yasuhiro Kido

Geo Fairtex VS Komiyama Kousuke

Danilo Zanolini VS Nagashima Jienotsu Yuichirou

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Weekend Results: Yokkao 9 Takes on China

Yokkao presented Yokkao 9 over the weekend, featuring a China vs. Muay Thai themed event that was headlined by Sudsakorn vs. Yi Long that saw Sudsakorn take the victory after three rounds via decision. There was some mild controversy raised over the decision, but all reports from ringside seem to lean towards Sudsakorn taking the victory no matter what, especially with the fight being contested under K-1 rules to accommodate the Chinese fighters better. 

** YOKKAO 9 RESULTS **

Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee (Thailand) won by points vs Yi Long (China)

-72kg K-1 rules 3x3

N'Diaye Carl (France) lost by points vs Fang Bian (China)

-80kg K-1 rules 3x3

Qiu Jianliang (China) won by points vs Imwiset Pornnarai (Thailand) 

-67kg Muay Thai Full Rules 3x3

Calogero Palmeri (Italy) lost by points vs Yang Zhou (China)

-67kg K-1 rules 3x3

Ekapop Sor Klinmee (Thailand) lost by points vs Nu Er La (China)

-80kg K-1 rules 3x3

Runmai Mo Tammachat (Thailand) won by TKO (corner stoppage) (vs Ji Wenhao (China)

-58kg Muay Thai Full Rules 3x3

Igor Klimovich (Belarus) lost by points vs Li Ning (China)

-60kg K-1 rules 3x3

Kamel Meztani (France) lost by TKO (referee stoppage) Guo Xi Chuang (China)

-74kg K-1 rules 3x3

Philaphaeng Walchart (Thailand) lost by points vs Deng Ze Qi (China) ***Pakorn injured

-65kg Muay Thai Full Rules 3x3

Gustavo Ferreira De Oliveira Mendes (Brazil) lost by points vs Zhou Tao (China)

-70kg K-1 rules 3x3

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Photo of the Day: Ernesto Hoost Victorious in Japan

Hoost

Ernesto Hoost made his return to the ring this weekend against Thomas Stanley where he was able to drop Stanley twice on the road to picking up a decision victory. This marks the first time that Hoost has competed in over eight years, marking a somewhat remarkable comeback. There are rumors of GLORY being interested in signing Hoost, but at 48 years old I think it's time to let Mr. Perfect do as he pleases and not worry about fighting guys like Daniel Ghita, Gokhan Saki or Tyrone Spong right now.

Hoost

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Yokkao 7 Results - Saenchai Victorious

Yokkao

Yokkao 7 went down yesterday in Pattaya, Thailand in what looks to be an exciting card from top to bottom in one of the bigger cards this February. In the main event Saenchai battled Victor Ngabe to a decision victory, rebounding from a loss earlier this month to Petboonchu at Lumpinee Stadium. The co-main saw Suedam in a tough battle with Uzbekistan's Naimjon Tuhktoboev. Hopefully video footage will be available soon!

  • Saenchai PK SaenchaiMuayThaiGym (Thailand) (R3 - Dec.) Victor Nagbe (Australia)
  • Suedam Kuanjai (Thailand) (R3 - Dec.) Naimjon Tuhktoboev (Uzbekistan)
  • Apidej Sitsongpeenong (Thailand) (R3 - Dec.) Samuel Andoche (France)
  • Ekapop Sor Klinmee (Thailand) (R3 - Dec.) Geoffrey Riviere (France)
  • Imwiset Pornnarai (Thailand) (R3 - Dec.) Umar Semata (Uganda)
  • Lommanee Sor Hirun (Thailand) (R2 - TKO - Cut) Sylvie Von Duuglas-ittu (USA)
  • Silapeth Sor Suradet (Thailand) (R3 - Dec.) Teerawa Sor Surat
  • Runmai Mo Tammachat (Thailand) (R3 - Dec.) Gery Bavetta (Italy)
  • Kamen Picken (England) (R3 - Dec.) Kom Kop Pechthroungrang (Thailand)

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