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Lion Fight 16 Live Results

Lion Fight 16 goes down live tonight at 9pm Eastern time on AXS TV, hailing from Las Vegas, Nevada at UFC's International Fight Week fan expo. That's a pretty big deal, let me tell you. So join us here at LiverKick for live results and discussion of tonight's big Lion Fight 16 event on this Fourth of July. Celebrate America's birthday with the science of eight limbs. Make sure to follow both Dave (@liverkickdotcom) and Jay (@JayJauncey) for live talk and updates on Lion Fight 16. 

Super Lightweight Title Bout
Kevin Ross vs Michael Thompson - Kevin Ross wins Unanimous Decision (50-45, 49-46, 49-46)
Co-Main Event
Tiffany Van Soest vs Sindy Huyer - Tiffany Van Soest Wins 56 seconds into 5th Rd TKO (doctor stoppage by front kick to the face followed by a nip slip)
Super Fight
Rungravee Sasiprapa vs. Adrian Morilla - Rungravee Sasiprapa wins Unanimous Decision (48-47, 49-46, 49-45)
Tyler Toner vs. Gaston Bolanos - Gaston Bolanos Wins 1st Rd TKO (corner stoppage due to cut, did not answer opening bell for 2nd round)
Josh Shepard vs Casey Parlett - Casey Parlett Wins Split Decision (48-46, 46-48, 49-45)

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Lion Fight 15 Highlights and Results

(C) Bauzen

Last night at Foxwoords Resort and Casino in Connecticut Lion Fight made their East Coast debut with Lion Fight 15. It was an exciting night of action that saw Lion Fight standouts Kevin Ross and Tiffany Van Soest back in the winners column. The main event saw Muay Thai sensation Cosmo Alexandre score a unanimous decision victory over Mark Holst.

Cosmo Alexandre (R5 - Dec.) Mark Holst

Kevin Ross (R3 - TKO) Chris Mauceri

Tiffany Van Soest (R5 - Split Decision) Lucy Payne

Mohammed Lemjerdine (R5 - Dec.) Jason Andrada

Pedro Gonzales (R2 - TKO) Nick Chasteen

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GLORY 16 Live Results

GLORY

Saturday, May 3rd at 9pm Eastern Time GLORY 16 Denver will be coming at you live on Spike TV here in the United States, available worldwide via a stream located here on LiverKick.com, as well. GLORY 16 will see a Welterweight Champion crowned in a bout between Marc de Bonte and Karapet Karapetyan, as well as a GLORY Heavyweight Contender tournament featuring Errol Zimmerman, Sergei Kharitonov, Ben Edwards and Anderson Silva. The show also features Pat Barry’s GLORY debut!

The Spike TV broadcast begins at 9pm Eastern time, with the GLORY SuperFight Series beginning at 6:30 Eastern, so expect live coverage starting then.

  • GLORY 16
  • GLORY Heavyweight Tournament: Errol Zimmerman (R1 - TKO) Ben Edwards
  • GLORY Heavyweight Tournament: Anderson Silva (R3 - Dec) Sergei Kharitonov
  • . Zack Mwekassa (R1 - KO) Pat Barry
  • GLORY Welterweight Championship: Marc de Bonte (R5 - Dec). Karapet Karapetyan
  • GLORY Heavyweight Tournament Finals: Errol Zimmerman (R1 - TKO). Anderson Silva
  • GLORY SuperFight Series
  • Josh Jauncey (R4 - Dec) Warren Stevelmans
  • Raymond Daniels (R1 - KO) Francois Ambang
  • Artem Vakhitov (R3 - Dec) Igor Jurkovic
  • Jamal Ben Saddik (R2 - TKO). Nicolas Wamba
  • Artem Levin (R3 - Dec) Robert Thomas
  • Benjamin Adegbuyi (R1 - KO) Daniel Sam
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Jorina Baars Dethrones Cris Cyborg at Lion Fight 4

Cyborg

My god, this fight was just insanity. Cris Cyborg came into this fight as the favorite due to her MMA career, but Kickboxing fans knows who Jorina Baars is and knew that she'd cause some serious problems for Cyborg. Referee Tony Weeks had a hard time following the action and missed at least two knockdowns that should have been scored for Baars, one in round one, another in round four.

Baars

That being said, Baars dropped Cyborg in round one with a huge head kick after a push kick should have been considered a down. Jorina Baars put on the fight of her life, though. The spinning back kick that put Cyborg down in round five secured the fight for Baars in a fight that we were all fearing hearing the scorecards. Incredible fight and, c'mon, let's be honest here, this just makes Cris Cyborg vs. Ronda Rousey hype seem like a distant memory now.

Baars

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Lion Fight 14 Live Results

LF

Tonight at 10pm Eastern time Lion Fight 14 airs live on AXS TV! The event is headlined by Gregory Choplin vs. Marco Pique, with Cris Cyborg Justino vs. Jorina Baars serving as the co-main event that the MMA world is going to be watching very closely. Join us here on LiverKick for live results and coverage.

  • LION FIGHT 14 MAIN EVENT:
  • Gregory Choplin (164 lbs.) (R5 - Dec.) Marco Pique (162 lbs.) - Super Middleweight division
  • CO-MAIN EVENT WELTERWEIGHT TITLE FIGHT:
  • Jorina Baars (144 lbs.) (R5 - Dec.) Cris “Cyborg” Justino (145 lbs.) – Welterweight division
  • FEATURE FIGHT:
  • Shane Oblonsky (145 lbs.) (R5 - Dec.) Malaipet (143 lbs.) – Welterweight division
  • Eddie Abasolo (154 lbs.) (R5 - Dec.) Jonathon Wyderko (153 lbs.) – Middleweight division
  • Victor Saravia (121 lbs.) (R3 - TKO) Anthony Castrejon (123 lbs.)  – Featherweight division
  • Gaston Bolanos (142.5 lbs) (R4 - TKO) Brian Del Rosario (142.5 lbs.) – Welterweight division
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Weekend Results: Kickboxing Empire in Las Vegas

Kickboxing Empire

This weekend in Las Vegas Kickboxing Empire made their return, promoting an event in the Axis Theater in Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. The event saw multiple IKA Championships on the line, including the IKA World Heavyweight Championship in the main event between Luis Tavares and Hicham Achalhi. The co-main event saw a rematch between Hzianis Hancharonak and Sergiano Cairo, who have had a fabled feud over the years now. Full results are below;

  • IKA World Heavyweight Championship: Luis Tavares (R5 - Split Dec.) Hicham Achalhi
  • Dzianis Hancharonak (R5 - Draw) Sergiano Cairo
  • IKA Intercontinental Light Cruiserweight Championship: Pavel Turuk (R5 - Unanimous Decision) Shawn Yarborough
  • Vital Hurkov (R3 - TKO) Jaseem Al Djilwi
  • Colleen Schneider (R4 - Majority Decision) Jennie Nedell
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Weekend Results: Friday Night Fights Feb. 28th

FNF

Friday Night Fights bid February farewell last night with a card that featured a highly anticipated match between two well known professional female fighters. The main event of the evening, Ashley Nichols versus Angela Hill, highlighted the distinctive fighting styles of both women to full effect, and showed why both have struck such a strong chord within the North American Muay Thai community. For the first three rounds, Hill demonstrated the aggressive punching and clinching style that inspired her fight name of “Overkill.” The beautiful technique of Nichols was more visible in rounds four and five, when she used front push kicks and long knees to keep Hill from closing in as much, but it was too little too late. Hill won a split decision victory over Nichols, maintaining her undefeated record and winning the WKA North American Flyweight title.

The other pro fight of the evening featured another Canadian from MAS Academy, Robert “White Dragon” Thomas, versus Tarek Rached, the Lebanese Tiger. The powerful Rached bullied his much taller opponent until Thomas gained control of the distance in round two and three. Rached was rocked by a knee and saved by the bell in round two, but not before getting an 8-count. Another crisp right knee from Thomas ended the fight 59 seconds into round three, giving him the win by TKO.

You can watch the whole show here:

http://new.livestream.com/fridaynightfights/events/2802041

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Weekend Results: Zoila Frausto Wins Muay Thai Debut at WCK Matter of Pride

WCK

This past weekend in California the WCK promoted a big Muay Thai event which was aired on local television, once again proving that Southern California's Muay Thai scene has a lot of things figured out. The card featured many local fighters, some of which are local legends, with perhaps the biggest impact coming by the way of Zoila Frausto, former Bellator 115lbs Women's Tournament Champion, who made her successful debut with a second round stoppage.

Full results courtesy of WCK.

  • Andrew Gabriel (W) by 2nd Rd. TKO vs. Travis Yoon
  • Francisco Garcia (W) by unan. dec vs. James Steelsmith
  • Adrian Morilla vs. Levon Sarksyan (Maj. DRAW)
  • Jason Caldwell (W) by unan. dec vs. Charles Bisset
  • Zoila Frausto (W) by 2nd Rd. TKO vs. Linda Aguilar
  • Melsik Baghdasaryan (W) by 3rd Rd. TKO vs. John Vargas
  • Marvin Madariaga (W) by 1st Rd. KO vs. Travis Garlits
  • Adam Rothweiler (W) by Split Dec. vs. David Huerta
  • Jemyma Betrian (W) by 3rd Rd. TKO vs. Thais Souza
  • Landon Simmons (W) by 1st Rd. KO vs. Bryce Krause
  • Sam Alvey (W) by 3rd Rd. TKO vs. Sergio Pique

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Lion Fight 13 Results

Lion Fight

Lion Fight 13 went down tonight in Las Vegas in a night of some hard-hitting action that saw some shocking moments unfold through some very close fights. Don't be fooled by the amount of decisions on the card, as each fight had their own appeal and saw lots of action. Kevin Ross found his way to the win column again and while he wanted to avoid any decisions in 2014 he found himself scoring a Split Decision over Matt Embree in an incredible, entertaining and close bout with Matt Embree. Both men should be applauded for their efforts in that fight.

The main event saw Australian Caley Reece take the fight to Lion Fight Women's Featherweight Champion Tiffany Van Soest. Van Soest was the favorite going into the fight but Reece's use of the clinch and sweeps was what was able to separate her from Van Soest in the close fight. The fight was difficult to score, depending on how you saw rounds one and five, but Reece looked strong in round three, Van Soest in round four. It was a great fight from both women and saw a new champion crowned.

Lion Fight also announced that Lion Fight 14 will take place on March 28th from the Hard Rock in Las Vegas, with Cris "Cyborg" Justino vs. Jorina Baars for the Lion Fight Women's Welterweight Championship, Gregory Choplin vs. Marco Pique and Malaipet vs. Shane Oblonsky.

  • Lion Fight Women's Featherweight Championship: Caley Reece (R5 - SD) Tiffany Van Soest (C)
  • Kevin Ross (R5 - SD) Matt Embree
  • Coke Chunhawat (R5 - UD) Rami Ibrahim
  • Jason Andrada (R5 - Dec.) Andy Singh
  • Nick Chasteen (R5 - UD) Jonathan Del Rosario
  • Josh Shepard (R5 - UD) Daniel Kim

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GLORY 12 Live Results and Updates

Glory

Tonight at 9PM Eastern time GLORY 12 New York is set to take the world by storm live on Spike TV here in the United States. If you are outside of the United States and wondering how you can watch GLORY 12 the answer is quite simple; head to the LiverKick.com home page and click the story up top and order GLORY 12 live on internet PPV. Pretty simple, right? GLORY 12 features the GLORY Lightweight Tournament with Giogio Petrosyan, Robin van Roosmalen, Davit Kiria and Andy Ristie. Also on the card will be Ben Edwards taking on Jamal Ben Saddik and Joe Schilling squaring off with New York's own Wayne Barrett.

So join us tonight at 9pm Eastern for live coverage of GLORY 12 New York and don't forget to check us out on Twitter (@LiverKickdotcom) for live results.

 

  • Undercard
  • Casey Greene (R1- KO) John King
  • Niko Tsigaras (R1 - KO) Dominick Biondo
  • John Bowman (R3 - KO) Villi Bello
  • Alexy Filyakov (R1 - KO) Mohamed Fanzy
  • Thiago Michel R3 - UD) Paul Marfort
  • Saulo Cavalari (R1 - KO) Mourad Bouzidi
  • Francois ambang (R3 - TKO) Eddie Walker
  • Jhonata Diniz (R1 - TKO) Igor Jurkovic
  • Brian Collette (R1 - KO) Warren Thompson
  • Artem Vakhitov (R3 - UD) Nenad Pagonis
  • Spike TV
  • Lightweight Semi-Finals: Robin van Roosmalen (R3 - UD) Davit Kiria -- This fight went exactly like you'd expect it to, as it was almost a carbon copy of their first bout. Kiria just never turned the heat up like he needed to do to best RvR's volume. Robin takes the decision.
  • Lightweight Semi-Finals: Andy Ristie (R3 - KO) Giorgio Petrosyan -- Wow. This fight was all Petrosyan going into the third round, but Ristie was applying pressure and was landing a few really hard shots. A big shot late in the third round connected on Petrosyan only for another to happen and Petrosyan goes down with the referee calling it off. Wow.
  • Lightweight Tournament Reserve Bout: Ky Hollenbeck (R3 - UD) Warren Stevelmans -- Not a lot to say about this fight, as there was a lot of clinching with Hollenbeck dominating most of the fight. Hollenbeck had a very strong round two and then did some great work in R3 to solidify the win.
  • Ben Edwards (R3 - KO) Jamal Ben Saddik -- My god. This was pretty much every bit of the Heavyweight slugfest that you expected it to be, ending with Ben Edwards landing some crazy shots in R3 and putting Jamal Ben Saddik to sleep.
  • Wayne Barrett (R3 - UD) Joe Schilling -- My god this fight was just crazy. Barrett put in some serious work in the first round, frustrating Schilling without scoring much. The second round saw Barrett drop Schilling not once but twice, with Joe warrioring to his feet both times to solider on. The third round is where it went nuts as Schilling landed a tremendous knee to the face that flattened Barrett. It looked like Barrett was out but he was able to get up at the last moment and continue fighting. Hats off to both men for a crazy fight.
  • Lightweight Tournament Finals: Andy Ristie (R2 - KO) Robin van Roosmalen -- Man, tonight was just Andy Ristie's night. There was no one that was going to get in Andy Ristie's way as he dropped RvR in R1 and then did the same int he second round with Robin not getting back up.
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