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Canada vs. China in Richmond, Canada on November 25

  • Published in Kickboxing

Canada vs. ChinaWe've been touting Canada as one of the hidden gems of the Muay Thai world for quite a while now, with the shows that happen in the hockey-loving, seal-clubbing neighbor to the north putting on more and more quality events. On November 25th it will be no difference, as this time Canadian promoter Sport Muay Thai Fighting Championships will promote an event dubbed "Canada vs. China."

Our friends at Muay Thai Authority have the full fight card.

Fight Card:

Jesse Miles (Canada) vs. Cao Yaomin (China)

Nate Smandych (Canada) vs. Xiao Jie (China)

Hakeem Dawodu (Canada) vs. Feng Jie (China)

Adam Blanchette (Canada) vs. Yang Yuanfei (China)

Sinisa Knezevic (Canada) vs. Fu Gaofeng (China)

Jessica Gladstone (Canada) vs. Li Hui (China)

Nicci Soutiere (Canada) vs. Bai Jing (China)

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Full Card for Jan. 23 Wu Lin Feng Card Featuring Petrosyan and More

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China, man, are they starting to get a vice grip on kickboxing or what? Wu Lin Feng's upcoming show on January 23rd is proof enough that they are doing some big things. That 67kg tournament is truly interesting, with names like Andrei Kubelin, Xie Lei, UMA and Nathan Robson. On top of that the legendary Yi Long is competing against Eyedisa Alamdarnezam and Pakorn is fighting Wei Rui.

The man that knocked out Simon Marcus, Fang Bian, is in action as well, taking on France's Cedric Doumbe. The big fight for most of us is Giorgio Petrosyan's first bout of the year against Jiao Fukai in what is looking to be an incredibly busy year for the Doctor early on.

Card is courtesy of our friends at Kiksie.

Wu Lin Feng

January 23, 2016

Shanghai, China

Broadcast on Henan TV

Tournament Quarterfinal #1 - 67kg

Qiu Jiangliang (China) vs. Nathan Robson (Australia)

Tournament Quarterfinal #2 - 67kg

Lu Jianbo (China) vs. Melsik Bagdasaryan (USA)

Tournament Quarterfinal #3 - 67kg

Xie Lei (China) vs. UMA (Japan)

Tournament Quarterfinal #4 - 67kg

Feng Jie (China) vs. Andrei Kulebin (Belarus)

65kg

Deng Zeqi (China) vs. Jomthong Chuwattana (Thailand)

67kg

Yang Zhuo (China) vs. Craig Dickson (United Kingdom)

73kg

Yi Long (China) vs. Seyedisa Alamdarnezam (Iran)

63kg

Wei Rui (China) vs. Pakorn PKSaenchaimuaythaigym (Thailand)

Tournament Semifinal #1 - 67kg

Quarterfinal #1 Winner vs. Quarterfinal #2 Winner

Tournament Semifinal #2 - 67kg

Quarterfinal #3 Winner  vs. Quarterfinal #4 Winner

81kg

Wang Honxiang (China) vs. TBA

71kg

Jiao Fukai (China) vs. Giorgio Petrosyan (Italy)

80kg

Fang Bian (China) vs. Cedric Doumbe (France)

Tournament Final - 67kg

Semifinal #1 Winner vs. Semifinal #2 Winner

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Kunlun Fight 51 & 52 Fight Card

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After a stacked Kunlun Fight 50 on August 20th they will have Kunlun Fight 51 and 52 on Sept 10 and 11 in Fuzhou, China. Now the events aren't as stacked as Kunlun Fight 50 but there are some very interesting match ups including the return of Marc De Bonte to kickboxing, Hicham El Gaoui's Kunlun Debut, Andrei Herasimchuk in a heavyweight tournament and a 65kgs tournament. Adding Marc De Bonte and Hicham El Gaoui to the 80kgs division makes things very interesting.

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K-1 World Grand Prix in Nanjing Looking to Be a "Go"

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K-1 NanjingThe world of K-1 is a strange one recently, with lots of rumors swirling around about the future of the company and the future of the shows. The most pressing matter is the K-1 World Grand Prix FInal 16, which is just a few weeks away. The most recent rumor was that the arena was not booked yet and the show was in doubt of even happening. It's Showtime issued a press release reporting on Badr Hari's retirement, but also that the K-1 World Grand Prix Final 16 that Simon Rutz was helping out with might not happen if FEG's debts to It's Showtime were not paid. It makes sense with the amount of fighters being sent to the show to help fulfill their It's Showtime contracts.

By the looks of it, the doubts of the arena being booked are possibly null and void. There has been a seating chart floating around as well as ticket prices within China, while they haven't been posted on K-1's main site yet nor on the Nanjing Arena's site. FEG personnel has also been active recently in contacting fighters and management about the upcoming event, with no signs of the event not happening. There is also a video advertisement that has been airing on Chinese television (credit to Rian for the find).

There is also a strong rumor that there could be a big shake-up within K-1's organization this week, it isn't clear if this is the big "sale" that has been rumored for most of the summer or a possible big investor jumping aboard to help out. If things pan out as rumored, we will know by mid-week what is happening with K-1, and it would not be a surprise if K-1 received another big boost of funds, a new possible owner or some internal shakeups that have been straightening things out.

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Your Daily Buakaw Update: Facing Dong Wenfei at MAX 3

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BuakawIt's kind of funny how a fighter like Buakaw can not be in the news for months and months and then he'll be practically unavoidable. For right now Buakaw's relationship with MAX Muay Thai seems to be benefiting him as they are keeping his name out there, now that he can actually fight for them and not just participate in exhibition bouts. This is probably a pretty good thing, right? Especially at this stage in Buakaw's career.

Buakaw Has an Opponent at MAX Muay Thai 3

Yes, we knew that Buakaw would be fighting at MAX Muay Thai 3 in China on August 10th, but we weren't sure who it would be against. Now, thanks to a Facebook update from MAX, we know that he'll be fighting against Chinese fighter Dong Wenfei. Wenfei is a Sanda fighter who mainly fights in Kickboxing rules, but Buakaw is not a stranger to those rules, either. One of Weifei's biggest fights was a loss against Vuyisile Colossa, who is probably best known for fighting for ONE FC now. He's also fought Albert Kraus, Big Ben, Aikipracha and more, although he hasn't beaten any of those bigger names.

This will be a good tune-up fight for Buakaw, at least. MAX also announced some other fights for the card, including Aikpracha vs. Jordan Watson and Khem vs. Maiki Karatanasis.

New Buakaw Documentary

Because you can't get enough Buakaw, there is a new documentary that has been released on him that has been out for about a month now called Boxer, Legend, Legacy. It can be rented on Vimeo for $7.

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Giorgio Petrosyan's Next Fight Scheduled for August 28th in China

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Today through Carlo di Blasi's Fight 1 it was announced that an agreement between Venum Victory World Series and a Chinese promotion would bring some big things. The fist of which is on October 24th Chinese champion Li Zikai will enter the VVWS in Panama. The second is that the next fight for Giorgio Petrosyan will be on August 28th in China in an promotion called Hero Legend.

No, I'm not quite sure what that is, but if that is where Giorgio Petrosyan is fighting next that is where the world's eyes will turn to in short order. Giorgio Petrosyan is well known and respected as one of, if not the best 70kg fighter in the entire world. His one loss of the past few years was to Andy Ristie and it looks like we won't see that rematch any time soon, which is a bummer. Still, a Petrosyan fight is a big deal. Since returning to action this year he holds victories of Erkhan Varol and Enriko Kehl.

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EM Legend 14 Fight Card For November 19th

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EM Legend returns on November 19th with EM Legend 14, featuring a 65kg tournament and a wide range of competition from all over the world at a wide range of weight classes. 

1) Tournament: Senmanee (THA) vs Meng GuoDong (CHN) - 65 kg

2) Tournament: Rasul (RUS) vs Fu QingNan (CHN) - 65 kg

3) Ilhom Rustamov (UZB) vs Ji Duo Yi Bu (CHN) - 60 kg

4) Dzhamshed (TJK) vs Zhao ChuanLin (CHN) - 64 kg

5) Younes Smail (NED) vs Wang YuanLei (CHN) - 67 kg

6) Hemi (THA) vs Lang TingGui (CHN) - 70 kg

7) Yuma (JPN) vs Chen ChangLin (CHN) - 69 kg

8) Atik Askarzadeh (AFG) vs Su ZhiYong (CHN) - 70 kg

9) Andres (FRA) vs Zhao XiaoYu (CHN) - 70 kg

10) Firdaus (TJK) vs Pu DongDong (CHN) - 70 kg

11) Toofan (IRAN) vs Deng Lele (CHN) - 71 kg

12) Ibrahim El Bouni (NED) vs Lyapin Igor (UKR) - 75 kg

13) Ryan Briggs (UK) vs Han Zihao (CHN) - 63 kg

14) Waranat Ponnikom (THA) vs Magomedov (RUS) - 70 kg 

15) Dias (KAZ) vs Wang HuaiSheng (CHN) - 75 kg

16) Kim Gyeongwan (KOR) vs Gong YuanKun (CHN) - 60 kg

17) Kang Minsuk (KOR) vs Zhang ChengLong (CHN) - 65 kg

18) Son Jun Heok (KOR) vs Keivan Soleimani (IRAN) - 70 kg

19) Ruslan Salmanov (RUS) vs Li Shenshen (CHN) - 65 kg

20) Ramil (BLR) vs Liang YuanHao (CHN) - 68 kg

21) Evgenii (RUS) vs Liu Lei (CHN) - 70 kg

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Results From Emei Legends Event in China: Grigorian and Boynazarov Win

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This weekend in Chengdu Emei Legends in China held their 9th event, this one looking to aim bigger with a few bigger name, international kickboxing stars. There was a one-night, 65kg tournament that saw Guade Tarnaki pick up the victory. Anvar Boynazarov defeated Maykol Yurk in a "GLORY Ranked Bout" and the big news was Marat Grigorian knocked out Steve Moxon in the first round.

Tournament: Guade Tarnaki (R3 - Decision) Tanaka Horoki --- 65kg

Tournament: RAMIL NOVRUZOV (R3 - Decision) Jamal --- 65kg

Antoine Habash (R3 - Decision) Zhang Chenglong---63kg

ANVAR (R1 - TKO) Maykol Yurk----65 kg

Wijit Khladsong defeats Yang Yulong----67kg

Kem Sitsongpeenong defeats Umar Samte----70kg

Liu Lei (R1 - TKO) Minato Yoshiki----70kg

Matsukura Shintaro defeats Naimjon Tulabeav----70kg

Magomedov (R? - TKO) Iqusan Kor Rungthankakeat -----70kg

Marat Grigorian (R1 - KO) Steve Moxon ---70kg

Han Feilong defeats TOYOKI ASAKURA ----75kg

Han Kaihu defeats Javad ----75kg

Tournament Final: Guade Tarnaki (R3 - Decision) RAMIL NOVRUZOV----65kg

 

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Kunlun Fight 28 is Looking Stacked Thus Far

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On July 19th we get yet another gift from China by the way of Kunlun Fight 28, including the continuation of their 70kg and 80kg tournaments featuring Anatoly Moiseev and Jonay Risco in the 70kg category and Alexander Stetsurenko and Jason Wilnis at 80kg. There are of course superfights as well and it's safe to say that Kunlun just keeps on pumping out quality over in China.

 

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Kunlun Fight 37 Fight Card

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Kunlun Fight 37 will take place on January 23rd 2016 in Sanya, China. This card includes the semi finals of the Kunlun 70kg max tournament where Sittichai Sitsongpeenong will be matched against fellow countryman Superball Banchamek and Enriko Gogokhia will take on Victor Nagbe.

Full Card

70kg Max Semifinal - Superbon "Superball" Banchamek (THA) vs Sittichai Sitsongpeenong (THA)

70kg Max Semifinal - Enriko Gogokhia (UKR) vs Victor Nagbe (AUS)

Jonay Risco (SPA) vs Anatoly Moiseev (RUS)

Aikpracha Meenayothin (THA) vs Dzhabar Askerov (RUS)

Jason Wilnis (NLD) vs Wang Chongyang (CHN)

Nurla Mulali (CHN) vs Xu Zhen Guang (CHN)

Yang Yu (CHN) vs Ivan Bartek (SVK)

Sung Hyun Lee (KOR) vs Jlao Daobo (CHN)

Zhang Lipeng (CHN) vs Beibit Nazarov (HAK)

Martizandra Hersisia (NLD) vs. Liu Lingling (CHN)

 

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