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Glory 17 and Last Man Standing Live Results

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Glory 17 Feather weight tournament Live on Spike

Gabriel Varga Vs. Yodkhunpon Sitmonchai - Gabriel Varga Wins by Unanimous Decision (30-27 all 3 judges) 

Shane Oblonsky Vs. Marcus Vinicius - Shane Oblonsky Wins by Unanimous Decision (Shane scored 2 knockdowns throughout the fight)

Andy Ristie Vs. Ky Hollenbeck - Andy Ristie Wins by KO 35 seconds into Round 1 (He landed 1 left hand, wobbled Ky then finished with another left hook)

Featherweight Tournament Final - Gabriel Varga Wins by Unanimous Decision and is the Featherweight Tournament Champion (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

Mirko Crocop Vs. Jarrel Miller - Mirko CroCop Wins by Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)

Last Man Standing PPV card

Artem Levin Vs. Alex Pereira - Artem Levin Wins by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Melvin Manhoef Vs. Filip Verlinden - Filip Verlinden Wins by Majority Decision (28-28, 30-27, 30-27. Filip scores a head kick knockdown in Rd 1)

Joe Schilling Vs. Simon Marcus - Joe Schilling Wins by KO in the last 20 seconds of the EXTRA round (Right hook CRAZZZZY FIGHT!!)

Wayne Barrett Vs. Bogdan Stoica - Wayne Barrett Wins by KO 58 seconds into Round 3 (Left hook counter while Stoica came in with a flying knee)

Marc De Bonte Vs. Joseph Valtellini - Joseph Valtellini Wins by Unanimous Decision and is the new Glory Welterweight World Champ. (47-46, 47-46, 47-46)

Semifinal #1 - Levin Vs. Verlinden - Artem Levin Wins by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Semifinal #2 - Schilling Vs. Barrett - Joe Schilling Wins by Split Decision (28-29, 30-27, 29-28)  

Daniel Ghita Vs. Rico Verhoeven - Rico Verhoeven Wins by Unanimous Decision and is the new Glory Heavyweight Champ (49-46, 49-46, 48-47)

Final - Schilling Vs. Levin - Artem Levin Wins by Unanimous Decision and is the new Glory Middleweight Tournament and World champion (29-26, 29-26, 29-26)

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Quick Results From K-1 MAX Madrid

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K-1 MAX MadridQuick results from this past weekend's K-1 MAX Madrid show.

In the main event, local fighter Rafi Zouheir defeated tournament favorite Warren Stevelmans to claim the tournament victory.  Good win for Zouheir over a solid name, although some live reports indicate Zouheir may have received some beneficial judging throughout the night.

The other notable name in the tournament, Rachid Belaini, was knocked out in the 1st round of his quarter-final match with Nicky Beljaards.  Check the full article for rough footage of Beljaards's impressive KO.

Full results:

superfights

Daniel Montesdoeca vs. Fran Palenzuela, won by decision
Zeben Diaz vs. Simon Santana, won by decision
Mar Rodriguez vs. Orinta van der Zee, won by decision

tournament


Nicky Beljaards VS Rachid Belayni. won by ko round 1
Rafi Zouheir VS Aydin Tuncay. won by decision
Alex Asumu VS Rafa del Toro,won by decision
Jonay Risco VS Warren Stevelmans,won by decision

semifinal

Rafi Zouheir vs Nicky Beljaards, won by decision with an extraround
Rafa del Toro vs Warren Stevelmans, won by decision

final

Rafi Zouheir vs Warren Stevelmans,won by decision

Source: K-1Fans

 

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Kun Lun Fight 7 Results

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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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Qabala Fight Series #1 Results

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Qabala fight series put on their first event on June 29th, 2014, it seemed like a great event overall except for Jamal Ben Saddik pulling a Badr Hari and kicking and punching Hesdy Gerges while he was down. 20 seconds into the fight Ben Saddik caught Gerges leg, plowed him to the ground then proceeded to soccer kick and then try to ground and pound him, absolute stupidity and bad for the sport to have fighters that cannot control their emotions.

Glory Ranked Superfights

Hesdy Gerges Defeats Jamal Ben Saddik (Disqualification)

Albert Kraus Defeats Erkhan Varol (Decision)

Perviz Abdullayev Defeats Jiao Fukai (KO)

Mosab Amrani Defeats Lim Chi-Bin (KO)

8-Man Lightweight Tournament 

FINAL - Juri Kehl Defeats Ramal Aslanov Wins 8 Man Tournament (Decision)

SEMI-FINAL #2 - Juri Kehl Defeats Teo Mikelic (Decision)

SEMI-FINAL #1 - Ramal Aslanov Defeats Roman Mailov (Decision)

Teo Mikelic Defeats Tadas Jonkus (Decision)

Juri Kehl Defeats Telman Suleymanov (TKO)

Ramal Aslanov Defeats Guo Xianfeng (KO)

Roman Mailov Defeats Mateusz Kopiec (Decision)

 

 

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SuperKombat WGP Results

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So the SuperKombat show is starting right now 12:15pm PST.

Here are the Live Results:

1. Roman Palamar (Germany) vs. Alex Filip (Romania) - Alex Filip Wins (Amazing Rolling Thunder KO RD 1)

2. Alexandru Popescu (Romania) vs. Claudiu Badoi (Romania) - Claudiu Badoi Wins (Left Hook KO RD 2)

3. Madalin Craciunica (Romania) vs. Amansio Paraschiv (Romania) - Amansio Paraschiv Wins (Decision)

4. Nikolaj Falin (Germany) vs. Sebastian Ciobanu (Romania) - Sebastian Ciobanu Wins (Decision)

5. Cenik Cankurtaranoglu (Turkey) vs. Cristian Milea (Romania) - Cristian Milea Wins (Decision)

6. Anastasios Karagiannidis (Greece) vs. Vlad Grigore (Romania) - Anastasios Karagiannidis Wins (Decision)

7. Giannis Stoforidis (Greece) vs. Catalin Morosanu (Romania) - Catalin Morosanu Wins (Left Hook KO RD 2)

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Dynamite!! Live Results

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Dynamite 2010Dynamite!! 2010 is currently on air at HDNet.  As it airs, we'll be updating all the results here.  A note - the HDNet broadcast is actually on a bit of a delay from the live action, but we'll be giving results as they air on HDNet.

#1 - BOB SAPP v. SHINICHI SUZUKAWA - No Fight

This fight was cancelled shortly before the event started because Sapp pulled out.  Which I guess is a new personal record for Sapp and how quickly he can get the fight over with.  No slap of Inoki fighting spirit for the Beast tonight.

#2 - ANDY OLOGUN def. KATSUAKI FURUKI - Unanimous Decision

A pretty close fight, with Ologun hurting Furuki at the very end of the 3rd and maybe winning it there.

#3 - KAZUYUKI MIYATA def. CAOL UNO - Unanimous Decision

Miyata does his thing, outwrestling Uno to a win.  He also threw a nice suplex in round 3, so that's something.

#4 - HIDEO TOKORO def. KAZUHISA WATANABE - Armbar, Rd. 3

This was ALL Tokoro, who tried roughly 274 submissions before finally locking one all the way in and tapping Watanabe.  The MAX fighter was spirited as he always is, but didn't have much to offer except energy.

#5 - HIROSHI IZUMI def. MINOWAMAN - Ground & Pound, Rd. 3

Yeesh, not a great showing here from Minowaman.  An all around somewhat lackluster fight, with Minowaman totally controlled and ineffective.  Remember folks - Minowaman vs. Super Hulks?  Good.  Minowaman vs. regular opponents?  Not entertaining.

#6 - SERGEI KHARITONOV def. TATSUYA MIZUNO - KO, Rd. 1

True to Kharitonov's new K-1 aspirations, this was all standing, with Kharitonov stalking Mizuno before crushing him with nasty punches and a kneesto put Mizuno out cold.  Brutal.

#7 - GEGARD MOUSASI def. KYOTARO - Unanimous Decision

Upset win for Mousasi here as he takes out his 2nd K-1 Japanese superstar.  Mousasi dropped him in the 2nd to take the win.  And thanks for the shout out Voice - right back at you!

#8 - YUICHIRO NAGASHIMA def. SHINYA AOKI - KO, Rd. 2

After an awkward first round of Aoki stalling, Nagashima landed a hard knee to open the MMA round, knocking the Dream champion out.  Very impressive showing from Nagashima, and a great redemption for K-1.

#9 - ALISTAIR OVEREEM def. TODD DUFFEE - KO, Rd. 1

It took The Reem just 19 seconds to stop former UFC fighter Todd Duffee with a barrage of blows, ending the American's night quickly, and earning the new Interim Dream Heavyweight title in the process.

#10 - SATOSHI ISHII def. JEROME LE BANNER - Unanimous Decision

Good fight here, but Ishii was able to control much of the action, turning in an impressive 3rd round where he almost finished JLB with a kimura.  Fans booed the decision, but it seemed right to me.

#11 - MARIUS ZAROMSKIS def. KAZUSHI SAKURABA - Doctor Stoppage, Rd. 1

With Sakuraba, you knew this could get ugly, and that's sadly what happened.  Saku's massively caulifowered ear first popped, then partly tore away from his skull, forcing the doctors to stop the fight before it even got started.

#12 - TETSUYA YAMATO v. AKIYO "WICKY" NISHURA - Majority Draw

This K-1 rules fight was an entertaining, if somewhat sloppy affair.  Both men were even going into the 3rd round, and for this fight there were no extension rounds.  Yamato connected late in the round, but it wasn't enough to get the win.  One judge gave the bout to Yamato, with the other two ruling it a draw.

#13 - JASON HIGH def. HAYATO "MACH" SAKURAI - Split Decision

I have to be honest, this was a technically sound fight with a good ending, but 13 fights in, it wasn't all that memorable.  High gets the split decision win using his superior wrestling.

#14 - TATSUYA KAWAJIRI def. JOSH THOMSON - Unanimous Decision

Thomson tried, but this was all Kawajiri.  The Crusher turned in one of his career best performances, dominating Thomson in a way very few have ever done before and taking the definitive decision

#15 - HIROYUKI TAKAYA def. BIBIANO FERNANDES - Unanimous Decision

A good contest in the main event between two very evenly matched fighters, but it was Takaya who consistently pushed ahead just a bit, winning exchanges on the feet and on the ground to get the decision win.  Takaya now claims the Dream FW championship to cap off a great 2010 for the fighter.


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Fight Night Saint-Tropez II 2014 Results

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 Sadly Peter Aerts Lost again by TKO at the Saint Tropez Fight Night II this weeekend. Freddy Kemayo seemed like a bad match up for him after his last fight since Kemayo is younger and fresher than Dewey Cooper. On the other hand, Jerome Le Banner Won by KO over Colin George from Mike's Gym, Nicolas Wamba got back into the win column with a second round KO, and Filip Verlinden won by Decision. Now we just wait for the videos to be released.

Full Results

Jerome Le Banner wins by KO R2 vs Colin George

Nicolas Wamba wins by KO R2 vs Arnold Oborotov

Yoann Kongolo wins on points Nicola Gallo

Freddy Kemayo wins by TKO R2 vs Peter Aerts

Vladimir Mineev wins on points vs Mikahail Tuterev

Manneenoi Ekkarit wins by KO R1 vs Michel Texeira

Filip Verlinden wins on points Corentin Jallon

Samsamut Kietchongkao wins on points vs Kevin Eiderg

Taehiran Chommanee wins on points Irina Mazepa

Here is a Video it doesn't show much, but its something.

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Israel Adesanya wins King in the Ring Tournament and Video

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The King of the Ring 86 kgs K-1 Rules 8-man tournament took place this weekend in Auckland, New Zealand. The Show was aired Live on Fuel TV Australia and Sky Sport 4 New Zealand. After a very entertaining night of fights and lots of knockouts Israel "The Last Stylebender" Adesanya went home with the belt and an over sized Cheque for $10,000 by earning 1 unanimous decision and 2 knockout wins. We have been lucky enough to receive a small video of one of Adesanya's knockouts.

Full Results

Tournament Final: Israel Adesanya def. Jamie Eades (KO Round 1)

Tournament Semi-Final: Israel Adesanya def. Pati Afoa (KO)

Tournament Semi-Final: Jamie Eades def. Ty Williams

Tournament Quarter Final: Ty Williams def. Andrew Banham (KO Round 1)

Tournament Quarter Final: Jamie Eades def. Zane Hopman (Majority Decision)

Tournament Quarter Final: Israel Adesanya def. Slava Alexeichik (Unanimous Decision)

Tournament Quarter Final: Pati Afoa def. Zack Fatamaka (Split Decision)

Super Fight: Hamad Alloush def. Tafa Misipati  (TKO Round 2)

Super Fight: Antz Nansen def. Alofa Solitua (TKO Round 3)

 

 

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Enfusion Live #19 Final Results

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Enfusion’s 19th event took place on June 29th from the The Troxy in London. In an evening filled with upsets and finishes, 23-year old Ismael Lazaar stole the show with a stunning knockout of Glory veteran Daniel Sam. It was a bewildering performance from the hometown favourite Sam, as he was constantly backed up by the much smaller man and offered little in terms of output besides a few left kicks to the body. After winning the opening two rounds, Lazaar put an end to Daniel Sam’s night with a crushing left-hook early in the third round. It was a marquee win for the Moroccan prospect, who claimed the Enfusion Heavyweight World Title in the process.

In the co-main even of the evening, American Andrew Tate upset veteran Wendell Roche with a referee stoppage in the second round. Tate came out aggressive from the opening bell, peppering Roche with combinations, before putting him away early in the second round with a series of punches and knees. Not only did Tate become the new Enfusion 90kg world champion, but he was also named Fighter of the Night too.

Enfusion # 20 takes place on the 12th of July from Mallorca, Spain.

Heavyweight Enfusion World Title: Ismael Lazaar def. Daniel Sam via KO (Punch) round 3

90kg Enfusion World Title: Andrew Tate def. Wendell Roche via TKO (Referee stoppage) round 2

Ilias Bulaid def. Regis Sugden via Unanimous Decision

Sheena Widdershoven def. Lauran Huxley TKO (Corner stoppage) Round 1

Simon Santana def. Jose Varela via KO (punches) Round 1

Charlie Peters def. Ervin Wongsodimedjo via KO (punch) Round 2

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SuperKombat WGP III: Event Results

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The third Superkombat World Grand Prix took place in Constanta, Romania on June 21st. The main event had local hero Andrei Stoica get back into the win column and successfully defend his belt against Ali Cenik. The 4-man Cruiserweight tournament was won by Moises Baute. He Scored third round knockouts over both his opponents in front of 2000 spectators.

SK Super-Cruiserweight Title Andrei Stoica(c) defeats  Ali Cenik Unanimous Decision

4-Man Cruiserweight (Final) Moises Baute defeated Michael Terrill  KO in Rd. 3

Paul Jansen defeated Cristian Spetcu Unanimous Decision

D'Angelo Defeated Thomas Vaneste Unanimous Decision

Robert Dorin Defeated Shota Dolidze Unanimous Decision

4-Man Cruiserweight Tournament  (Semi-Final)

Michael Terrill defeats Patrick Van Rees Unanimous Decision

Moises Baute defeated Cristian Ristea  KO in Rd. 3

 

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