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Jay Jauncey

Jay Jauncey

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With Glory 24 in Denver just around the corner we figured it was a good time to do some predictions on the show and find out everyone else's opinions as well. All the fights on the main card seem quite well matched which always makes predictions a little more difficult. For example the main event between Joe Schilling and Jason Wilnis you could look at 2 ways. First of all with Joe Schilling you know you can expect excitement but sometimes that comes at the expense of his chin which makes him unpredictable. Also Schilling has never really fought a true dutch kickboxer in a kickboxing match, so we don't know how he will handle the constant forward pressure. On the other hand with Wilnis he never really changes his game plan which works for him most of the time, until he faces someone tricky and different like Artem Levin. So the "safe bet" you could say is Wilnis, but then you can never count out Schillings power and unpredictability.

Now the tournament is also a tough one, lets start with Benjamin Adegbuyi vs Mladen Brestovac. First of all if you don't know much about Brestovac check out his fight with Jahfarr Wilnis at Glory 14 in Zagreb HERE. Those type of high kicks from a heavyweight can change the outcome of any fight so Adegbuyi will have to make sure to keep his hands tight and out box Brestovac all fight. Then we have Ben Edwards vs Jahfarr Wilnis, when I look at this fight I feel the biggest factor at the moment is activity. Wilnis has been fighting consistently in china and recently became the Kun Lun heavyweight tournament champion by defeating Hesdy Gerges in the final, where as Ben Edwards has been boxing a little lately but hasn't had a kickboxing fight since Glory's last time in Denver which is well over a year ago, but Edwards always has one punch KO power and a huge heart.


Joe Schilling vs Jason Wilnis (JJ - Wilnis / DW - Joe)

Wayne Barrett vs Dustin Jacoby (JJ - Barrett / DW - Barrett)

Benjamin Adegbuyi vs Mladen Brestovac (JJ - Adegbuyi / DW - Adegbuyi)

Ben Edwards vs Jahfarr Wilnis (JJ - Wilnis / DW - Edwards)

Tournament Winner ( JJ - Adegbuyi / DW - Adegbuyi)


King of Kings Heavyweight WGP 2015 Results

The quarter finals of the King of Kings heavyweight tournament took place this weekend in Chisinau, Moldova. The tournament included names like Sebastian Ciobanu, Colin George, and Tomáš Hron. There was also a great superfight between Freddy Kemayo and Pavel Zhuravlev. Zhuravlev was a man on a mission this fight, his boxing looked incredibly powerful as he seemed to just bully Kemayo and eventually get the KO in the 3rd round.

Here are the full results thanks to our friends at KIKSIE

KOK World GP 2015 - Heavyweight Tournament

1. Super fight +93kg - Maxim Bolotov (Moldova) DRAW Dmitry Bezus (Ukraine) 

2. Heavyweight Tournament Quarterfinal - Julius Mocka (Lithuania) def. Sebastian Ciobanu (Romania) by Split Decision

3. Heavyweight Tournament Quarterfinal - Stepan Kyrlig (Moldova) def. Emidio Barone (Italy) by KO in Round 3

4. Heavyweight Tournament Quarterfinal - Michal Turynski (Poland) def. Vladimir Tok (Germany) by Unanimous Decision

5. Heavyweight Tournament Quarterfinal - Tomáš Hron (Czech Republic) def. Colin George (Netherlands) by KO in Round 2

6. Super fight +93kg - Pavel Zhuravlev (Ukraine) def. Freddy Kemayo (France) by KO in Round 3

KOK Eagles Series in Moldova

1. Tournament Semifinal 65kg - Stanislav Renita (Moldova) def. Dariusz Skocjek (Poland) by Unanimous Decision

2. Tournament Semifinal 65kg - Igor Osinin (Lithuania) def. Andrea Serra (Italy) by Split Decision

3. Super Fight weight 71kg - Prepelita Alexandr (Moldova) def. Dawid Mirkowski (Poland) by Split Decision

4. Super fight 85kg - Apavaloae Denis (Moldova) def. Roman Sarja (Germany) by KO in Round 1

5. Super Fight weight 71kg - Clayton Henriquez (Italy) def. Matei Vitalie (Moldova) by Split Decision

6. Super fight +93kg - Dorin Robert (Romania) def. Dragos Zubco (Moldova) by Unanimous Decision

7. Super fight 71kg - Cristian Dorel (Moldova) def. Ilmiras Churmatulinas (Lithuania) by Split Decision

8. Tournament Final 65kg - Stanislav Renita (Moldova) def. Igor Osinin (Lithuania) by Unanimous Decision

Enfusion Live #31 Live Results

Enfusion Live #31 from Malaga, Spain will be Live on the Fight Network or on their site at 1pm PST/ 4pm EST.

Main Card

1. 70kgs Tournament semi Final - Philippe Salmon def. Adam Martins (Extra Rd)

2. 70kgs Tournament semi Final - Christopher Mena def. Beau Superpro Samui (Decision)

3. Ruben Lee def. Gil Silva (Decision)

4. Victoria Lomax def. Estela Garcia (Decision)

5. Nicolás Gaffie def. Wadii kadiri (Extra Rd Decision)

6. 70kgs Tournament Final - Philippe Salmon def. Christopher Mena (Decision)

7. 72.5kgs Enfusion World Title – Tayfun Ozcan def. Fran Palenzuela (KO Rd 5)

Video: Jahfarr Wilnis vs Hesdy Gerges Kunlun Super Heavyweight Final

We have been waiting for over a month to see this fight and it has finally been uploaded. Hesdy Gerges and Jahfarr Wilnis met in the finals of the Kunlun super heavyweight tournament on June 7th in Chongqing, China. This was both of their second fights for that night, Wilnis got a 2nd round KO over Asihati and Gerges won a split decision over the man that beat Verhoeven, Andrey Gerasimchuk.

The pace in this fight is just insane for anyone, let alone two huge men. I don't think either of these two could even fit in a phone booth yet they managed to fight in one for 3 rounds non-stop until they looked exhausted, but of course it was a draw and they had to fight one more round. I felt the fight was very close and even after the extra round I couldn't choose winner.

Let us know your opinion on who won.

K-1 WGP 2015 70kgs Live Results and Stream

K-1 World GP 70kgs 8-man tournament is taking place tonight in Japan. This card is stacked beyond belief, first of all the 8-man tournament has some really great young, upcoming fighters. Secondly all the top 65kgs are fighting each other in the super fights. These super fights are exactly why Japan has the top 65kgs fighters, they are constantly fighting each other to find out who is the very best, which is great for the fans like us because we always get to see the fights we want.

These fights are being streamed Live on NICO NICO AT THIS LINK but sadly it isn't a free one. Ill be tweeting at @JayJauncey if you want to join.


Preliminary Card

HeavyweightTsutomu Takahagi vs Hitoshi Sugimoto - DRAW

60kg - Fumiya Osawa vs Shingen Endo - DRAW

65kg - Ren Hiramoto def. Yohei Noguchi by Unanimous Dec

Main Card

Tournament Reserve Fight 70kg - Serhiy Adamchuk def. Kazuya Akimoto by Split Dec

Tournament Quarterfinal 70kgMarat Grigorian def. Yoichi Yamazaki by KO Rd 2 (left high kick)

Tournament Quarterfinal 70kg - Makihira Keita def. Dylan Salvador by Unanimous Dec

Tournament Quarterfinal 70kg - Sanny Dahlbeck def. Hiroki Nakajima by TKO 2nd Rd (2 knockdowns)

Tournament Quarterfinal 70kg - Jordann Pikeur def. Daiki Watabe by TKO Rd 2 (2 knockdowns)

SuperfightHirotaka Urabe def. Toshi by Unanimous Dec (Extra Rd)

SuperfightKimura "Phillip" Minoru def. Massaro Glunder by Unanimous Dec (Extra Rd)

Tournament Semifinal 1 - Marat Grigorian def. Makihira Keita by KO Rd 2 (left body hook)

Tournament Semifinal 2Jordann Pikeur def. Sanny Dahlbeck by TKO Rd 2 (2 knockdowns)

SuperfightTakeru def. Hakim Hamech by Unanimous Dec

SuperfightKoya Urabe def. Konstantin Trishin by Unanimous Dec

SuperfightKaew Fairtex def. Yasuomi Soda by Unanimous Dec

Tournament Final - Marat Grigorian def. Jordann Pikeur by KO Rd 1 (punches)

SuperKombat WGP III 2015 Results and Videos

Well SuperKombat delivered some brutal knockouts and just some overall great fights as usual with this card. Morosanu won a unanimous decision over Colin George but scored a big knockdown in the fight, also Gedik's KO of Ristea was a really nasty overhand right on the chin. Here are the full results and all the videos are posted HERE ON YOUTUBE.


1. Super-Fight – (-86 kg)

Alexandru Nedelcu def. Onur Sahin by Unanimous Dec

2. Super-Fight – (-92 kg)

Dorin Robert def. Laszlo Nemeş by KO Rd 1

3. Super-Fight – (-95 kg)

Gokhan Gedik def. Cristian Ristea by KO (overhand right)

4. Super-Fight – (-92 kg)

Fabio Kwasi def. Sebastian Ciobanu by Unanimous Dec

5. Super-Fight – (-95 kg)

Andrei Stoica def. Abdarhmane Coulibaly by Unanimous Dec

6. Super-Fight – (+96 kg)

Cătălin Moroşanu def. Colin George by Unanimous Dec


Super-Fight – (-81 kg)

Mirel Iacob def. Ionut Şandur by Unanimous Dec

Super-Fight – (-81 kg)

Alin Maurer def Adrian Roşca by Unanimous Dec

Super-Fight – (-71 kg)

Madalin Crăciunică def. Adrian Asoltanii by Unanimous Dec

Super-Fight – (-77 kg)

Alex Filip def. Alex Irimia by Unanimous Dec Ex Rd

Video: Behind the Scenes of Glory 22 by Benini Stephane

I was lucky enough to actually be behind the scenes at Glory 22 in Lille so watching this video made by Benini Stephane just brought back the intensity in Stade Pierre-Mauroy that evening. It was a beautiful venue and Glory did a great job dealing with its size. Each dressing room only had about 4 fighters in it, and they were chosen appropriately according to when they were fighting so that everyone had time and space to warm up.

Stephane has made a black and white and a color version of the video and he really captured some wonderful moments.

GLORY 22 from Stephane B on Vimeo.

Video: Robin Van Roosmalen vs. Steve Moxon for Happy Hearts Fund.

We had been waiting to see this video of Glory lightweight champion Robin van Roosmalen vs "Stone Cold" Steve Moxon which took place on June 3rd in New York. This was a charity black tie event for the Happy Hearts Fund, as you can see by the poster the co-main event featured Pierre Andurand, one of Glory's biggest shareholders. I personally think its really great of Pierre to get in the ring and try at least one fight, it really shows that he is a huge kickboxing fan and just an overall good guy, maybe we will get to see that video soon.

Van Roosmalen vs Moxon was a much more competitive fight than I had anticipated considering Moxon has been a little bit off his game lately. Moxon fought really well and showed great head movement and footwork avoiding Robin's hooks early. Eventually Robin started with the leg kicks and that's when the tide changed in the Glory champions favor. This was just a very fun fight to watch with two very similar style fighters.

Legacy Kickboxing 2 Live Results

Legacy Kickboxing 2 starts live on AXS TV in about 30 minutes 10pm EST/ 7pm PST. We will provide the live results here for anyone who cannot watch or does not have access to AXS TV.

Main Card Results

George Pacarariu def. Tommy Diekmann by Split Dec

Bruno Carvalho def. Dustin Johnson KO Rd 1 (overhand right + left hook)

Brian Collette def. Luther Smith by KO Rd 1 (right head kick)

Myron Dennis def. Warren Thompson by Unanimous Dec.

Andrea Lee def. Lindsey Marino by Unanimous Dec.

Francois Ambang def. Clint Rhodes KO Rd 2 (punch)

David Bosnick def. Kendrick Williams by Unanimous Dec.

Enfusion Live 29 Results

Here are the full results for Enfusion Live #29 in Amsterdam. Some great fights on the card, even though it had quite a few decsions, a few stars really stole the show. Ilias Bulaid of course being one of them, his pace is absolutely insane, his opponent just couldn't keep up and was exhausted in the 3rd and then the liver punch finished him off. Also Tayfun Ozcan is training with Nieky Holzken now and won both his fights looking very impressive.


Tournament Reserve - Mohammed Ben Nasser def. Cedric Burgzorg by Decision

Tournament Semi Final - Aziz Kallah def. Fatih Ozkan by Decision

Tournament Semi Final - Tayfun Ozcan def. Redouan Larkoubi by KO Rd 1

Enfusion World Title - Sheena Widdershoven def. Rachel Adamus by Decision

Abdelmounim Mouya def.  Serginio Kanters by Decision

Ilias Bulaid def. Maxim Federkov by KO Rd 3 (liver punch)

Tournament Final - Tayfun Ozcan def. Aziz Kallah by Unanimous Dec.

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