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It's W5 Time XXXIII Card From Vienna, Austria on May 21st

  • Published in Kickboxing

On May 21st in Vienna, Austria W5 returns for It's W5 Time XXXIII. The event, airing live via a stream on their website, will feature a rematch between Massaro Glunder and Foad Sadeghi. They fought in December under the W5 banner in a fast-paced bout that saw Glunder walk away with the decision victory, but clearly there was more between the two that had to be resolved. They'll clash again on Saturday, May 21st for the W5 72.5kg Intercontinental Championship.

W5 72.5kg Intercontinental Championship: Massaro Glunder (C) vs. Foad Sadeghi

Agron Preteni vs. Labinot Zekej

Vlad Tuinov vs. Jordann Pikeur

Henry Bannert vs. Marcel Jager

Karim Mabrouk vs. Miran Fabjan

Marco Pleschberger vs. Darryl Sichtman

Dardan Avdylaj vs. Luka Petrovic

Adrian Valentinin vs. Igor Emkic

Manuel Sembera vs. Grega Smole

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

  • Published in Asia

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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W5 Grand Prix Vienna Dec. 5 Results

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Yesterday in Vienna, Austria W5 held their Grand Prix in Vienna event where two titles were on the line as well as a one-night tournament between some big names. The tournament saw Artem Pashporin defeat the world famous Cosmo Alexandre via decision while on the other side of the bracket Chris Ngimbi continued his march back to the top with a win over Evgeniy Kurovsky. The two clashed in the finals later that night with Posporin walking away victorious.

Sasa Jovanovic and Rasul Kachakaev clashed for W5's 67kg European championship in a fight that saw Jovanovic walk away with the title while Massaro Glunder was able to best Foad Sadeghi for the 72.5kg W5 Intercontinental Championship to cap off what has been a big year for Glunder.

Tournament: Artem Pashporin (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Cosmo Alexandre

Tournament: Chris Ngimbi (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Evgeniy Kurovsky

Marco Adamovic (R1 - KO) Adil Osmani)

Karin Mabrouk (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Henry Banner

W5 67kg European Championship: Sasa Jovanovic (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Rasul Kachakaev

W5 72.5kg Intercontinental Championship: Massaro Glunder (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Foad Sadeghi

Tournament Finals: Artem Pashporin (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Chris Ngimbi

 

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Chris Ngimbi Wins W5 Grand Prix XXX Tournament

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Historically the 70kg division in kickboxing has been one of the richest in the sport, one of the two divisions that K-1 sunk time and money into, which meant that it attracted big name talent and gave hope to future stars to train hard and that they had a future. That can't be said for every kickboxing division. When we think about the 70kg division the names that will come to mind will undoubtedly be Masato, Andy Souwer, Buakaw, Mike Zambidis, Albert Kraus, Giorgio Petrosyan, Andy Ristie and Robin van Roosmalen. Sadly, a few of the champions in that division have been a bit lost to time, one of which is Chris Ngimbi. Ngimbi was the It's Showtime 70kg Champion during a one of the boom periods of kickboxing. He never quite made it to K-1 during its heyday, but he was still one of the top stars in the division. His loss to Robin van Roosmalen in the It's Showtime Fast and Furious tournament was van Roosmalen's coming out party to the top of the division and since then Ngimbi has sort of been lost in the shuffle. 

This past weekend in Russia the promotion W5 ran two four-man 71kg tournaments and Chris Ngimbi won one of them. While it doesn't herald him as one of the top in the division again just yet, it's an exciting prospect and we are looking forward to his next fight, most likely against the winner of the other tournament, Evgeny Kurovsky. 

Also on the card we saw Cosmo Alexandre once again prove that he belongs in the conversation in the 71kg area with a win over division mainstay Marco Pique. The main event saw a championship bout for the W5 Intercontinental 71kg Championship that saw Enriko Gogokhia defeat Foad Sadeghi via decision for the title. You can check out the full results over at our friend Kiksie.

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Card For W5 European League XXXV On June 18th

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On Saturday, June 18th live from Prievidza, Slovakia W5 Kickboxing returns to action with W5 European League XXXV featuring some of the top talents in the game squaring off in the W5 ring. Mohammed El-Mir takes on Marko Adamovic, Martin Pacas takes on Tarik Khbabez, Milan Pales against Vlad Tuinov and Vladimir Idranyi takes on Darryl Sichtman.

The event will be broadcast live on W5's website for 5.50 euros.

Bodoignet Joris vs. Nikola Cimesa

Adrian Valentin vs. Ivan Cuklin

Veronika Cmarova vs. Teodora Manic

Marko Adamovic vs. Mohammed El-Mir

Radovan Kulla vs. Michal Janacek

Martin Pacas vs. Tarik Khbabez

Milan Pales vs. Vlad Tuinov

Vladimir Idranyi vs. Darryl Sichtman

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W5 World Grand Prix XXX Coming on August 30th

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On August 30th in Moscow, Russia the world famous W5 returns with the W5 World Grand Prix XXX event. The event is headlined by internationally-renowned 70kg fighter Enrico Gogokhia squaring off against Foad Sadeghi. Also on the card is Cosmo Alexandre vs. Artem Pashporin and former It's Showtime 70kg champion Chris Ngimbi against Valentin Rybalko.

The event happens on August 30th and you can find the full fight card here. To top it off, W5 has launched a rather slick site to watch their events online. You'll be able to watch this event live for 7.50 euros on their website

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Card for W5 Grand Prix in Vienna XXXI

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W5 is set to hold their year-end event on December 5th in Vienna, Austria featuring a great lineup. The card features a one-night tournament at 70kg featuring Cosmo Alexandre vs. Artem Pashporin as well as Chris Ngimbi vs. Evgeniy Kurovskoy. There are two titles on the line as the -67kg European Championship is on the line between Sasa Jovanovic and Rasul Kachakaev, then the -72.gkg Intercontinental Championship is on the line between Foad Sageghi and Massaro Glunder.

Don't miss it.

Alexander Kotov vs. Zekria Rezai 

Adil Osmani vs. Giorgi Bazanov 

Karin Mabrouk vs. Henry Banner 

Hekuran Avdylai  vs. Patryk Sztorc 

Vladislav Tuinov vs. Besnik Limani 

Tournament: Cosmo Alexandre vs. Artem Pashporin 

Tournament: Chris Ngimbi vs. Evgeniy Kurovskoy 

Tournament Finals: X vs. X

W5 -67kg European Championship: Sasa Jovanovic vs. Rasul Kachakaev 

W5 -72.5kg European Championship: Foad Sadeghi vs. Massaro Glunder 

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W5 KITEK Results

  • Published in Europe

Great fights this morning from W5 in Moscow. The Russian fighters were out in full force looking amazing and scoring some hard knockouts. We also saw a more aggressive Giorgio Petrosyan, pushing forward, keeping Artem Pashporin on the ropes and landing his counter left hand often. Pashporin had a few good moments in the fight landing 4 or 5 solid punches but Petrosyan took them well and kept the pressure on the young fighter.

Results

Giorgio Petrosyan def. Artem Pashporin by Dec

Alexander Stetsurenko def. Vladimir Idranyi by Unanimous Dec

Timur Nadrov def. Sergio Wielzen by KO Rd 2

Turpal Tokaev def. Abderhamane Coulibaly by TKO Rd 3

Vlad Tuinov def. Ali Cakir by TKO RD 1 (Doc Stoppage)

Stanislav Kazancev def. Marko Adamovic by unanimous Dec

Maxim Spodarenko def. Rashid Salikhov by Unanimous Dec

Ivan Semiglyadov def. Ruslan Ataev by Unanimous Dec

 

 

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Results From W5 'It's Time: Never Give Up' in Vienna

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This past weekend in Vienna W5 held a huge event headlined by Massaro Glunder looking to defend his W5 European Championship against tough competition in Foad Sadeghi. The two men battled it out over the span of three rounds before Glunder was given the nod, retaining his championship. Also on the card was Agron Preteni picking up a big KO victory over Labinot Zekaj. If you missed any of the action you can watch the event on-demand on W5's site for just a little over $6 USD (5.50 euros).

Results via W5.

Main Card

75 kg Manuel Sembera def. Alin Cipman (Romania) via disqualification

85 kg Adrian Valentin (Slovakia) def. Igor Emkic (Bosnia) via TKO, Doc decision, 1st round

86 kg Dardan Avdulaj (Albania) def. Luka Petrovic (Serbia) via UD

77 kg Darryl Sichtman (The Netherlands) def. Marco Pleschberger (Austria) via TKO, 1st round

84 kg Karim Mabrouk (Egypt) def. Petar Jaman (Croatia) via UD

84 kg Marcel Jager (Slovakia) def. Henry Bannert (Austria) via KO (RSC)

72,5 kg Vladislav Tuinov (Russia) def. Angaar Nasr (The Netherlands) via split decision

85 kg Agron Preteni (Croatia) def. Labinot Zekaj (Albania) via KO (RSC)

W5 European title fight up to 72,5 kg

Massaro Glunder (The Netherlands) def. Foad Sadeghi (Austria) via UD

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W5 Legends in Prague On October 8th

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While W5 has an upcoming event on September 10th, their October offering is shaping up to be quite a big card. The main event sees Anderson "Braddock" Silva square off with Ondrej Hutnik while Tomas Hron against Andrei Stoica takes the co-main spot. Other names include Freddy Kemyao, Erkvan Varol, Dzevad Poturak, as well as Yoann Kongolo and Cosmo Alexandre in a tournament. 

W5 Legends in Prague

Ondrej Hutnik vs. Anderson "Braddock" Silva

Tomas Hron vs. Andrei Stoica

71kg European Championship: Erkvan Varol vs. Vlad Tuinov

Jan Soukup vs. Freddy Kemayo

Lubos Suda vs. Dzevad Poturak

Martin Gano vs. Nikola Cimesa*

75kg World Title Tournament: Matous Kohout vs. Nikola Cimesa*

Petr Ondrus vs. Jiri Zak

75kg World Title Tournament: Yoann Kongolo vs. Cosmo Alexandre

Tournament Reserve: Anatoli Hunanyan vs. Jasmin Bajrovic

*Clearly Cimesa isn't fighting twice, we'll check with W5 and clarify this later.

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