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Lion Fight 29 Live Results

Lion Fight 29 is taking place at the Foxwoods casino tonight, once again Jo Nattawut will be fighting a non-title fight and Ognjen Topic will be taking on Dechsakda Sitsongpeenong from Thailand.

Fight Results

Main Event: Regian Eersel def. Jo Nattawut by KO Rd 5 (right high kick)

Co-Main Event: Ognjen Topic def. Dechsakda Sitsongpeenong by Majority Dec

Lightweight - Travis Clay def. Julio Pena by KO Rd 2 (left high kick)

Featherweight - John Nofer def. Jared Tipton by KO Rd 5 (liver kick)

Welterweight - Asa Ten Pow def. Bryce Lawrence by TKO Rd 4 (doc stoppage)

Welterweight - Diego Llamas def. PJ Sweda by KO Rd 2 (left hook)

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GLORY 30 and GLORY SuperFight Series Live Results

GLORY 30 Los Angeles goes down tonight, with the SuperFight Series beginning at 10pm eastern live on UFC Fight Pass. The main card is slated to begin around 12:30am eastern time live on ESPN3. For those that can't make it, GLORY 30 will be re-airing on ESPN2 on Sunday night at 9pm eastern time. 

The main card sees a GLORY Middleweight Championship bout between challenger Dustin Jacoby and champion Simon Marcus, hoping to make his first successful defense after the controversial win over former champion Artem Levin. The co-main event sees Marat Grigorian take on Djime Coulibaly in a lightweight showdown and the rest of the main card is a welterweight tournament.

The SuperFight Series is worth the price of admission alone with the main event being Joe Schilling vs. Jason Wilnis in a rematch, as well as the debut of Tiffany van Soest against Esma Hasshass in the first round of GLORY's Super Bantamweight Grand Prix. Also featured is a big heavyweight showdown between Brian Douwes and Guto Inocente.

GLORY 30 Los Angeles

Middleweight Title Headline Bout: Simon Marcus (c) def. Dustin Jacoby by Unanimous Dec (Jacoby put up a good fight, and had some great moments but he got an 8 count in the first round (overhand right) and the 5th (right kick body kick). He was too busy trying to land 1 KO punch.

Lightweight Co-Headline Bout: Marat Grigorian def. Djimé by KO Rd 1 (perfectly timed right high kick just as Djime moved his face into it)

Welterweight Tournament Final Bout: Richard Abraham def. Francois Ambang by Split Dec (Great back and forth fight, it could have gone either way, I thought Ambang did more damage but Abraham was busier)

Welterweight Tournament Semi-Final Bout B: Francois Ambang def. Daniel Morales by Unanimous Dec (Ambang just landing the better shots all 3 rounds)

Welterweight Tournament Semi-Final Bout A: Richard Abraham def. Casey Greene by Unanimous Dec (Abraham landing overhand rights at will eventually gets a knockdown in the 2nd and wins the fight by decision)

GLORY 30 SuperFight Series

Middleweight Headline Bout: Jason Wilnis def. Joe Schilling by Majority Dec (close fight up until Wilnis landed an overhand and left hook in the 3rd and scored a knockdown)

Heavyweight Co-Headline Bout: Guto Inocente def. Brian Douwes by Unanimous Dec (Entertaining fight with Inocente throwing non stop spinning attacks and Douwes just not mounting enough offence to win)

Super Bantamweight Bout: Tiffany van Soest def. Esma Hasshass by Unanimous Dec (Tiffany scored a perfectly timed right hand to get a 10-8 first round and was just a bit too experienced for Hasshass)

Middleweight Bout: Mike Lemaire def. Karl Roberson by Unanimous Dec (Lemaire scored a knockdown in round 1 and Roberson couldn't get into the fight after that point)

Light-Heavyweight Bout: Manny Mancha def. Warren Thompson by Unanimous Dec

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WGP #30 Results: Alex Pereira Reigns Supreme

 

On Saturday WGP held their 30th event, which saw Alex Pereira successfully defend his WGP 85kg Championship against Junior Alpha with a fourth round knockout victory. The other title on the line, the 78.1kg Championship, saw champion Thiago Michel fall in the first round to Diego Gaucho, crowning a new champion. 

WGP # 30 - Official Results 

WGP 85kg Championship: Alex Pereira(C) (R4 - KO) Junior Alpha 

WGP 78.1kg Championship: Diego Gaúcho (R1 - TKO) Thiago Michel(C)

Tadeu San Martino (R2 - KO) Nicolas Ryske 

Bruno Gazani (R3 - KO) Emanuel Ramponi 

Felipe Micheletti (R3 - Decision) Haime Morales 

Wilson Djavan (R3 - Split Decision) Marcus Vinicius 

Fernando Maestro (R3 - Decision) Ivan Ibarbe 

Thiago "Golden Boy" (R3 - Decision) Inaftali Gomes 

Felipe 'Artillero' Bocaz (R3 - Decision) Jhonatan Leuch 

Robson "Minotinho" (R2 - KO) Henrique Silva 

Johnny Klever (R3 - Decision) Junior Cassiano 

Luis "Predator" Santos (R3 - Decision) Daniel Dias 

Marcus 'Jon Jones' (R3 - Decision) Virgilio Junior 

Lucas Almeida (R3 - Decision) Yanco 'Popo' 

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WGP #29 Results: Guto Inocente Wins Big

Brazilian fighter Guto Inocente was victorious in his first defense of the WGP Heavyweight Championship over Lucas Alsina this weekend in Brazil at WGP #29. The win came via knockout in the fourth round for the impressive heavyweight who will march onto his next challenge and hopefully more bookings around the world. 

WGP # 29 - Official Results 

WGP Heavyweight Championship: Guto Inocente(C) (R4 - KO) Lucas Alsina 

Deucélio Rodrigues (R3 - Decision) German Baltazar 

Hector Santiago (R3 - Decision) Gustavo Piacentini 

Ariel Machado (R3 - Decision) Maycon Silva 

David Silveira (R3 - Split Decision) Wallace Lopes 

Gustavo Piacentini (R3 - Decision) Bruno Cerutti 

Hector Santiago (R3 - KO) Rafael "Owl" 

Samuel Pereira (R3 - Decision) Eduardo Borba 

Carol Fran (R1 - KO) Callegari Bartier 

John Miquelin (R3 - Decision) Thiago Port 

Alysson Campos (R3 - Decision) Gabriel "Monkey" Smith 

Alessandro "Moon" Fields (R3 - Decision) Ewerton "Ninja" 

Fabio Reis (R2 - KO) Alan Patrick 

Louie Santos (R3 - Decision) Fernando Resende 

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SuperKombat Puerto Rico Results: Sam Wins Controversial Decision

Yesterday, on Saturday, March 26th in San Juan, Puerto Rico, SuperKombat kicked off their 2016 season. They left the comfort of home in Europe for sunny Puerto Rico in what was an interesting night of fights with a bit of a twist ending. The undercard was chock full of local fighters to keep the fans happy, with Angela Whitley crowned the SuperKombat New Heroes Women's Lightweight Champion over Cristiana Stancu. 

On the main card Alex Filip knocked out Bryan Daye in the third round, Cristian Spectu was able to floor Turan Hasanov in the third as well. But when it came to the main event, well, things didn't go as planned. Romania's favorite son, Catalin Morosanu, went up against big Daniel Sam from the UK and by all accounts it was Morosanu winning the fight, only for the judges to give the fight to Sam after three. 

SuperKombat is already looking for an immediate rematch between the two. 

New Heroes

New Heroes Women's Lightweight Championship: Angela Whitley (R3 - TKO) Cristiana Stancu

Jose Rodriguez (R2 - TKO) Hakan Dirken

Dumitru Topai (R1 - KO) Victor Rosado

Ruth Julian (R3 - Dec) Carmarie Matos

Adrian Torres (R3 - Dec) Cesar Causin

Main Card

Adrian Frias (R3 - Dec) Kevin Rivera

Alex Filip (R3 - TKO) Bryan Daye

Cristian Spectu (R3 - TKO) Turan Hasanov

Daniel Sam (R3 - Split Decision) Catalin Morosanu

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Lion Fight 28 Results: Nattawut Retains Title, Wielzen Wins Big

Last night in Connecticut Lion Fight put on their 28th numbered show with two world titles on the line. On top of that some of their brightest stars were in action, including Chris Mauceri brutalizing Nick Chasteen with elbows in round one and Ky Hollenbeck doing the same with Justin Greskiewicz in round two. 

Sergio Wilezen put a hurting on Ognjen Topic for a stoppage in round three of their Lightweight title fight to win the Lion Fight Lightweight Championship while Jo Nattawut was able to control Cedric Manhoef for a decision victory to hold onto the Super Welterweight Championship.

AXS TV FIGHTS: LION FIGHT 28 Official Results:

Main Event – Super Welterweight Title – Jo Nattawut (56-5-2) defeated Cedric Manhoef (53-3-1) via Unanimous Decision (49-46, 49-46, 50-45).

Co-Main Event – Lightweight Title Fight – Sergio Wielzen (41-9-2) defeated Ognjen Topic (17-12) via TKO (doctor stoppage) at 0:50 in round three.

Super Welterweight Fight – Ky Hollenbeck (38-3-1) defeated Justin Greskiewicz (32-16-3) via TKO (elbows) at 2:09 in round two.

Welterweight Fight – Chris Mauceri (9-2) defeated Nick Chasteen (5-2) via KO (elbows) at 1:55 in round one.

Lightweight Fight – Bryce Lawrence (2-1) defeated Yeison Berdugo (0-2) via KO (strikes) at 2:33 in round one.

Welterweight Fight – Asa Ten Pow (1-0) defeated Turan Hasanov (15-10-1) via TKO (doctor stoppage) at 0:47 in round three.

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Glory 27 and Superfights Live Results

Glory 27 Superfight series will begin at 4:30pm PST/7:30pm EST and is live on UFC Fight pass. Then the Glory 27 main card will begin at 7:00pm PST/ 10:00pm EST live on ESPN3 and Eversport.tv (for certain countries).

Should be an exciting card, finally Levin and Marcus get to settle the score with their last fight being a draw. Also the 4 man tournament should have very competitive fights as all the fighters are well matched. 

Glory 27

Middleweight Title: Simon Marcus (R3 - Disqualification) Artem Levin -- What. The. FUCK?! This was insanity. I've never seen something like this before. Artem Levin was pushed out of the ring in round one and referee Al Wichgers called it a down and did a standing 8-count. If you know these two you know that they both are heavy fighters. Al Wichgers deducted a point from Levin in R2 for clinching, while ignoring the fact that both men were doing equal amounts of clinching. Then in R3 he took ANOTHER point and threatened to DQ Levin. 

If you understand how fights are scored, Levin had just about no chance outside of a KO to win this fight now, and in such a tightly-contested bout between two talented fighters such as this that was remote, at best. So Levin quit, him and his corner storming off and Marcus crowned the new champion. Al Wichgers absolutely decided the winner of this fight.

Tournament Final: Dustin Jacoby (R2 - KO) Wayne Barrett -- What else is there to say? The problems in Barrett's game are all mental at this point, his self doubt is evident at times, especially for a guy as skilled as he is. Jacoby has done it again and has earned himself a shot at the title. Quite a climb to the top for this guy. 

Featherweight: Giga Chikadze (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Kevin VanNostrand -- VanNostrand started off strong, but Giga's experience edge came out as the fight wore on, with Giga having a much better second round where he had VanNostrand in a lot of trouble. Really fun fight by both guys.

Tournament Semifinal: Dustin Jacoby (R3 - TKO) Karl Roberson -- Man. Dustin Jacoby keeps improving and Roberson is absolutely legitimate competition and Jacoby was patient, waited for the openings and flattened him multiple times near the end of the fight, Jacoby stopping Roberson in the third after two knockdowns.

Tournament Semifinal: Wayne Barrett  (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Robert Thomas -- Thomas was easily the favorite going into this tournament and many had written Barrett off thanks to what seemed to be a losing streak that began in his mind. Barrett came ready to fight and brought it to Thomas all fight.

Glory 27 Superfights

Middleweight: Joe Schilling (188 lb / 85.3 kg) (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Mike Lemaire (188 lb / 85.3 kg) -- Early on this was all Schilling, with us getting a glimpse into the uber-aggressive Schilling that we've seen before. They stood and traded and it was a fun fight. Joe started to tire in R2 but still did enough to push the pace and hurt Lemaire.

Heavyweight: Anderson Silva (246 lb / 111.6 kg) (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Maurice Greene (250 lb / 113.4 kg) -- Braddock took this one, which shouldn't be a surprise. Braddock is a legitimate top level contender and Maurice Greene is still pretty new to this game. Braddock went to town on Greene's legs, scoring a few downs in the second round, but man, did he lack killer instinct here. For the last round and a half it looked like Silva could have put Greene away, but he simply wasn't aggressive enough. Credit to Greene for still fighting on.

Heavyweight: Guto Inocente (244 lb / 110.7 kg) (R1 - KO) Demoreo Dennis (245 lb / 111.1 kg) -- My god. This was BRUTAL.

Welterweight: Richard Abraham (171 lb / 77.6 kg) (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Pawel Jedrzejczyk (168 lb / 76.2 kg) -- This was a brutal, one-sided beatdown on the part of the hometown favorite Richard Abraham. 

Welterweight: Casey Greene (170 lb / 77.1 kg) (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Daniel Morales (170 lb / 77.1 kg) -- This was a close fight. Greene, for the most part, controlled where the action tookplace inside of the ring, but Morales was landing a ton while keeping distance from Morales. Morales actually showed a ton here and was moderately impressive for a guy new to kickboxing. The decision probably should have gone to Morales for landing more, cleaner shots, but hey.

 

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Lion Fight 27 Live Results

Here are the live results for Lion Fights 27. You can watch the fights live on AXS TV.

Full Results

WELTERWEIGHT TITLE: FABIO PINCA def. CHARLIE PETERS by Unanimous Dec

WOMEN'S SUPER BANTAMWEIGHT: TIFFANY VAN SOEST def. ASHLEY NICHOLS by Unanimous Dec

KRONPHET PHETRACHAPAT def. GASTON BOLANOS by Split Dec

BRIAN DEL ROSARIO def. CHRIS CULLEY by Unanimous Dec

ANVAR BOYNAZAROV def. COKE CHUNHAWAT by Unanimous Dec

TRAVIS CLAY def. JARED PAPAZIAN by Unanimous Dec

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Lion Fight 26 Live Results

Join us tonight for Lion Fight 26 featuring Nick Chasteen against Turan Hassanov, John Nofer vs. Victor Saravia and much more.

Lion Fight 26 Main Card – Begins at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on AXS TV

Main Event – Welterweight (142 pounds) fight – Nick Chasteen def. Turan Hassanov by TKO in Rd 3

Co-Main Event – Super Bantamweight (122 pounds) fight – John Nofer def. Victor Saravia by Unanimous Dec

Middleweight (160 pounds) fight – Josh Shepard  def. Ben Peak by Unanimous Dec

Lightweight (135 pounds) – Julio Pena def. Tim Amorim by KO Rd 3 (spinning back elbow)

Welterweight (142 pounds) – Pedro Gonzalez def. Sean Fagan by Unanimous Dec

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Ian Alexander and Claudiu Istrate Win Big at Venum Victory World Series

Yesterday in Panama saw Venum Victory World Series crown two more tournament champions who will be making their way to the finals of a larger tournament in Paris on November 28th. Chicago native Ian Alexander shocked many by defeating veteran Mohamed El Mir and then going on to defeat Kader El Kamouchi after the fight was ruled a draw, leading to an extension round and saw El Kamouchi refuse to continue the fight.

For the Rhinos Romanian Claudiu Istrate picked up a win over Lucas Alsina and then won a big TKO victory over the more spent Rafael Da Souza who had taken John Granville to a decision via an extension round. 

The highlights of the night may have been the super fights, though. Legendary figure on the circuit Marco Pique was expected to float his way past Marcus Fisher before Fisher turned up the heat on Pique throughout the fight and was able to pick up a huge decision victory over Pique. In the main event Armen Petrosyan and Luis Castaneda went to war with Petrosyan ultimately winning, but Castaneda impressing everyone involved.

Armen Petrosyan (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Luis Castaneda

Marcus Fisher (R3 - Decision) Marco Pique

Dragon Series

Ian Alexander (R3 - Split Decision) Mohamed El Mir

Kader El Kamouchi (R2 - KO) Ricardo Cruz

Final: Ian Alexander (Ext.R - Disqualification) Kader El Kamouchi

Rhinos

Claudiu Istrate (R3 - Decision) Lucas Alsina

Rafael Da Souza (Ext.R - Decision) John Granville

Final: Claudiu Istrate (R3 - TKO) Rafael Da Souza

 

 

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