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Video: Kunlun Fight Top 10 KO's of 2016

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Kunlun Fight has been putting on shows almost every 2nd weekend for all of 2016. Most of the shows were kickboxing with the focus being on their huge 70kgs tournament which will be coming to an end soon. Even though they have only been around since 2014 they are quickly becoming one of the very top promotions in the world having most of top tier fighters on their shows. The best thing about Kunlun is that they have so many shows which allows fighters to stay active even if they are signed exclusively to them, for example Sittichai Sitsongpeenong even though he is not exclusive to Kunlun fought for them 6 times already in 2016 and still has at least one or two more to go, maybe with promotions putting on shows like this kickboxers can actually make a decent living soon.

Here is an amazing video Kunlun Fight has made of their Top 10 KO's of the year, Enjoy.

Lion Fight 33 Results

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Lion Fight 33 took place tonight and even though the first few fights started off the night a little slow, the pace picked up as the fights went on and we saw some great performances. Regian Eersel absolutely destroyed Purdy with his powerful uppercuts and ended it with a flying knee to become the new 165lbs champion. Shevchenko and Nattawut cruised their way to a decision without ever being in too much trouble to defend their belts.  Throughout the whole show, it was obvious that the ring ropes were very very loose and commentator Michael Schiavello made sure to bring it up multiple times but the Lion fights staff did not decide to tighten them until right before their very last fight, it made clinching against the ropes impossible without falling out of the ring.

Full Results

Jo Nattawut def. Hasan Toy via Unanimous Decision (50-45, 50-45, 50-45)

Antonina Shevchenko def. Ilona Wijmans via Unanimous Decision (50-45, 50-45, 50-45).

Regian Eersel def. Jake Purdy via TKO 2:41 Round 2

Chip Moraza-Pollard def. Brett Hlavacek via Unanimous Decision (47-48, 50-45, 48-47)

Yeison Berdugo def. Anthony Craparo via Unanimous Decision (50-45, 48-47, 48-47)

PJ Sweda def. Andres Jeudi via Split Decision (47-48, 48-47, 48-47)

Video: This Was Glory 35

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Glory 35 in Nice, France turned out to be an amazing event with wicked fights, great knockouts and every seat on the arena full. I'd have to say even though a lot of the arena was curtained off it was still much better to have a smaller space full of people than a big space with tons of empty seats. The French crowds are always very educated which of course makes a show much more enjoyable. Glory as usual has released a highlight of the event where you can feel the energy of the crowd and emotions of the fighters.

This was Glory 35

Glory 34 Denver: Live Results

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Glory 34 is starting in just under 30 mins on UFC fight pass for the super fight series and then over to eversport.tv or ESPN3 at midnight ET for the main card. I have a strong feeling this is going to be a night of exciting fights and probably one of the best cards in America since Glory's 8-man tournament in LA. For anyone that misses it, the show will replay on Sunday at 7pm ET on ESPN2 or we have the results for you fight here.

GLORY 34 DENVER RESULTS

Welterweight Title: Nieky Holzken def. Murthel Groenhart by Unanimous Dec - Round 1: Feeling out round for the most part until the last minute of the round, Murthel landing nice jabs and a nice uppercut through the round while Holzken is landing hard inside leg kicks and looking busier than his usual first round. Round 2: All Holzken this round landing lots and lots of low kicks which are taking their toll now. Round 3: More of the same from Holzken hes running away with this fight. Murthel is not throwing enough and standing around too much to get low kicked. This is a different Holzken that we have seen in the past 2 years, no more standing around covering up, hes moving and kicking much more. Round 4: Closer round with Groenhart starting to go for broke, nothing landing clean though but Nieky keeps just losing his balance and getting up very slowly but that's been happening for the past 3 rounds. Round 5: Great round for Groenhart but it seems like too little too late he sat back too many rounds in the beginning of the fight, he landed lots of punches and some hard knees to the body but couldn't put hurt Nieky enough to drop him.

Middleweight Co-Headline Bout: Israel Adesanya  def. Yousri Belgaroui by Split Dec- Round 1: Israel looking calm slipping punches and trying to counter but not landing too many clean strikes but still lands more than Belgaroui who is missing a lot. Round 2: Emotions getting to Israel a bit making him stand and trade instead of picking Belgaroui off like the first round allowing himself to be hit more, very close round. Round 3: Ugh, another close round Israel landing the cleaner, harder shots but Belgaroui throwing more and landing more little shots, hard fight to judge.

Simon Marcus def. Dustin Jacoby by TKO Rd 1 (doctor stoppage) - Round 1: Great round for Jacoby, countering kicks with his front kick (teep) and landing nice punches but Marcus lands a hard knee and hurts Jacoby right at the end of the round. Doctor ends up stopping the right before the 2nd round due to Jacoby having an injured (possibly broken) right arm.

Middleweight Tournament Semi-Final: Israel Adesanya def. Robert Thomas by Unanimous Dec - Round 1: Entertaining first feel out round for the 2 fighters Israel wobbling Thomas once during the round with a right hand giving him the round. Round 2: Hesitant Thomas ends up walking into a really hard left knee to the body and gets an 8 count. Israel didn't push too hard to finish the fight though so Thomas makes it through. Round 3: Again and all Adesanya fight controlling the fight and keeping Thomas guessing. With 15 seconds left in the round Israel lands a left high kick and drops Thomas for the 2nd time in the fight.

Middleweight  Tournament Semi-Final: Yousri Belgaroui def. Ariel Machado by Unanimous Dec - Round 1: Even round, Belgaroui trying to keep distance while Machado landing good low kicks, fighters exchange some slightly angry nudges after the bell. Round 2: Machado slowing down a lot this round could be because he was a late replacement. Belgaroui trying many flying knees and just being the busier fighter but needs to start blocking low kicks. Round 3: Both guys looking extremely tired, I cant imagine either of them fighting again tonight. Machado landed all the more damaging shots this round Belgaroui took tired to throw any power at all. Lets hope for their sake there isn't an extra round.

GLORY 34 SUPERFIGHT SERIES RESULTS

Featherweight Title: Robin van Roosmalen def. Gabriel Varga by TKO Rd 4 (corner stoppage) - Round 1: Varga looking great with his hands keeping his punches long but still ends the round with a cut over the right eye and Robin with blood coming from his nose but varga still much more active, Vargas round. Round 2: Varga gets dropped with a left hook early and he stands up and tells the ref his corner had forgot to put his mouth guard in so that hook chipped his tooth. Robin drops Varga again with a combo, liver punch doing the most damage. Varga up at 8, not looking good but survives the round. Round 3: Another rough round for Varga getting pushed around the ring but Robin. Robin really looks strong at this weight and now hes landing a lot of leg kicks. Round 4: Robin again pressing Varga again and landing some hooks and seems to be gaining momentum. End of the round has Robin unleashing hell on Varga on the ropes, Varga is so tough and staying up. Vargas corner stops the fight after round 4.

Saulo Cavalari def. Brian Douwes by Unanimous Dec - Round 1: Both guys throwing heavy hands all round but Cavalari landing hard leg kicks as well. Douwes clinching a little too much and getting warned by the ref. Round 2: All Cavalari low kicking a tiring Douwes to hell. Round 3: Both guys tiring and nothing significant this round but still Cavalari's round.

Thongchai Sitsongpeenong def. Casey Greene by KO Rd 2 - Round 1: One sided round with Sitsongpeenong landing many punches and hurting Greene twice even dropping him at the end of the round but the ref called no down. Round 2: Sitsongpeenong smashes Greene with a few more right hands and knocks him down for an 8 count. Greene stands up and is on terribly wobbly legs but the ref lets him keep going and take some unnecessary punishment as the commission is waving it off from outside the ring, Greene gets floored with another left hook. 

Richard Abraham def. Mike "Blood Diamond" Mathetha by Unanimous Dec - Round 1: Awkward first round for both guys Mathetha landing some hard left kicks though. Round 2: was going well for Blood Diamond until Abraham landed a front kick to his knee and hyper extended Mathetha's knee now hes got a nasty limp. Round 3: Mathetha has ridiculous heart, his leg was buckling with every kick he threw but he kept kicking all round and firing back at Abraham. Abraham really should have been kicking more he may have been able to at least score a knockdown.

Justin Houghton def. Jonathon Wyderko by Split Dec - Round 1: pretty even round Houghton throwing many flying knees with no success but probably won the round on being active. Round 2: no more flying knees by Houghton and a much closer round but his chin is getting very high he needs to be careful. Round 3: Both too tired tired to throw anything of note not a very good round.

 

 

Recent Photo Of Badr Hari Emerges

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Badr Hari has been a bit of a ghost lately, we have heard lots about him but he has not been posting many pictures or videos of himself. Someone posted a video acting like it was a recent one of him training but it was from years ago. Now a photo has finally emerged that he posted to social media this week and he looks massive. He reminds of of the K-1 Overeem, Ubereem as people called him. Now lets hope he hasn't just been lifting weights and has been focusing on his biggest downfall... conditioning.

Krush 70 Results

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Krush 70 took place last night at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. The main event rematch really lived up to the hype as Daike Watabe and Hitoshi Tsukakoshi went to war dropping each other all through the fight, which really should have been a draw and gone an extra round.

Full Results

-53kg : Reiji Kasami def Kento Russel 3R KO (Punches, 3 knockdowns)

-58kg : Hiroki Kokubo def Naoki Yamamoto DEC (Unanimous, 29-28,29-27,29-27)

-63kg : Kazuhiro vs Kento Motomura DRAW (30-28,29-30,29-29)

-55kg : Haruma Saikyo def Shota Oiwa 1R KO (Punches)

-53kg : Ryusei def Taisuke Degai DEC (Unanimous, 30-29,29-29,30-29)

-60kg : Takeshi Watanabe def Hitoshi Aketo DEC (Extra Round, 10-9,9-10,10-9)

-60kg : Tenma Sano def Yuki Matsuno DEC (Unanimous, 30-26,30-26,28-27)

-60kg : Asahisa Taio def Fumiya Osawa DEC (Majority, 30-29,29-29,30-29)

-60kg : Hayato def Kotaro Shinmano DEC (Unanimous, 29-28,29-27,30-27)

-65kg Jun Nakazawa def Star Son 3R KO (Punches)

-63kg Championship Daizo Sasaki def Hiroto Iwasaki (Unanimous 30-28,30-27,30-26) 

-67kg Championship Hitoshi Tsukakoshi def Daiki Watabe (Majority 28-27,27-27,28-26)

 

Glory 35 Heavyweight Tournament

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The Glory 35 card in Nice, France has been finalized by adding the second bracket to the heavyweight tournament. The tournament is the same as their previous heavyweight tournament in Denver at Glory 24 with the exception of Ben Edwards being replaced by Hesdy Gerges.

The first half of the tournament will be a rematch between Benjamin Adegbuyi and Hesdy Gerges. These two met at Glory 18: Oklahoma with Adegbuyi winning the decision, now Gerges is out for revenge. If Gerges can get past Benny then he has a chance to possibly fight Jahfarr Wilnis and avenge another loss so this is a big opportunity for Hesdy.

The second half of the tournament has Jahfarr Wilnis against Mladen Brestovac both the fighters that Adegbuyi defeated to win the first tournament. Wilnis has been so close to a fight with heavyweight champ Rico Verhoeven for a while now especially after winning the Kunlun Tournament but it keeps just slipping through his fingers, winning this tournament is exactly what he needs guarantee that fight. Brestovac already fought Rico this year and lost a decision but his style made Rico look mediocre so I’m sure he’d love one more try.

Glory 35: Nice, France Main Card

Lightweight World Title Headline Bout: Sittichai (c) vs. Marat Grigorian

Heavyweight Tournament Final Bout: Winner of Bout A vs. Winner of Bout B

Light Heavyweight Co-Headline Bout: Zinedine Hameur-Lain vs. Pavel Zhuravlev

Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal Bout B: Benjamin Adegbuyi vs. Hesdy Gerges

Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal Bout A: Jahfarr Wilnis vs. Mladen Brestovac

Glory 35: Nice, France Super Fight Series

Light Heavyweight Title Unification Bout: Artem Vakhitov (c) vs. Zack Mwekassa (ic)

Welterweight Bout: Karim Benmansour vs. Eyevan Danenberg

Heavyweight Bout: Nicholas Wamba vs. Nordine Mahieddine

Super Bantamweight Bout: Amel Dehby vs. Ji-Waen Lee

Lightweight Bout: Josh Jauncey vs. Dylan Salvador

Krush 69 Results

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What an amazing card by Krush last night. Knockdowns and knockouts left and right and just an overall great card with well matched fights. Japan still does kickboxing like no other.

Full Results

-53kg : Akihiro Kaneko def Fumiya Hata KO (3R, Knee)

-45kg : Koto Hiraoka def Yukari DEC (Unanimous,30-28,30-28,30-27)

-60kg : Riku Anpo def Yuki Miwa KO (2R. Punches )

-63kg : Hajime Hata def Keisuke Nakamura DEC (Unanimous,29-27,29-28,30-27)

-48kg : Momi def Miyako "Smile" Mitsuhori DEC (Unanimous, 30-27,30-27,30-27)

-65kg : Daiki Matsushita def Mitsuharu Waki KO (1R knee to the body)

-67kg : Mohan Dragon def vs Takehiko Saito KO (1R , Punches)

-55kg : Keisuke Ishida def Ryuji Horio DEC (Split,Extra Round, 9-10,10-9,10-9)

-70kg: Hiroki Nakajima def Kotetsu DEC (Unanimous, 30-29,29-29,30-29)

Krush -70kg contenter match : Yu Hirono def Shintaro Matsukura DEC (Unanimous, 29-28,30-28,30-28)

Krush Womens -50kg Championship : Kana def Kill Bee KO (3R, Headkick )

 

Krush -55kg Championship : Nobuchika Terado def Charles Bongiovanni KO (1R , Punches Three knockdowns)

 

 

Krush 69 Fight Card

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Krush 69 takes place tonight at 4am EST/1am PST from the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan and will be streaming live on Abematv, Gaora, and Nico. The card includes 2 Krush championship fights, one at 55kgs and the other for the women's Krush title.

Fight Card

-53kg : Fumiya Hata vs Akihiro Kaneko

-45kg : Koto Hiraoka vs Yukari

-60kg : Yuki Miwa vs Riku Anpo

-63kg : Keisuke Nakamura vs Hajime Hata

-48kg : Momi vs Miyako "Smile" Mitsuhori

-65kg : Daiki Matsushita vs Mitsuharu Waki

-67kg : Mohan Dragon vs Takehiko Saito

-55kg : Ryuji Horio vs Keisuke Ishida

-70kg: Hiroki Nakajima vs Kotetsu

-70kg : Yu Hirono vs Shintaro Matsukura

Krush Womens Championship : Kana vs Kill Bee

Krush -55kg Championship : Nobuchika Terado vs Charles Bongiovanni

K-1 WGP in Japan 2016 - 60kgs World Tournament Results

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So the K-1 60kgs tournament took place this morning in Tokyo, Japan. The co-main event was supposed to feature Kaew Weerasakreck against the winner of the 2016 65kgs tournament Hideaki Yamazaki but Kaew`s teammate Gon`Napar fought instead and what a fight it was. Here are all the results thanks to Mr. Jordan Booth.

Results

60kgs Tournament Final - Koya Urabe Def Taiga KO 1ST RND (Punches, 3 Knockdowns) Koya looked fantastic tonight, really utilized that great boxing of his.

65kgs Superfight - Gon'Napar Weerasakreck Def Hideaki Yamazaki Unanimous Dec (28-26,28-26,28-26) Both were dropped in the first round from punches. Yamazaki looked good in the first but at some point in the second ate few to many leg kicks and was clearly on sore legs the rest of the fight. He was barely walking after the match. good fight.

Mokoto Uehara Def Koichi Pettas Unanimous Dec (30-28,29-28,29-28)

Kenta Hayashi Def Yuji "kyoken" Takeuchi KO 1ST RND (Punches, 3 Knockdowns)

60kgs Semi 1 - Koya Urabe Def Paulo Tebar KO 2ND RND (Punches, 2 Knockdowns) 

60kgs Semi 2 - Taiga Def Hirotaka Urabe Unanimous Dec (30-27,30-27,30-26)

Makoto Kozu forest vs Hong Chin'yao KO 3RD RND 

Morii Kokai Def Michitaka Uchida Majority Dec (29-28,29-29,29-28)

Kuwata Yuta Def Yu Nomura KO 3rd RND

60kgs Quarterfinal - Kosuke Komiyama Def Paulo Tebar Unanimous Dec (30-28,29-28,30-28) (Komiyama inured so Tebar advanced)

60kgs Quarterfinal - Koya Urabe Def Karim Bennoui Unanimous Dec (30-27,30-27,30-27)

60kgs Quarterfinal - Hirotaka Urabe Def Johannes Wolf Unanimous Dec (29-28,29-28,29-28)

60kgs Quarterfinal - Taiga Def Javier Hernandez TKO 2ND RND (Downed with Liver kick, survived the round then left the ring)

Koji Def Toshi Unanimous Dec (30-29,30-29,30-29)

Masanobu Goshu Def Dynamite Yuta Takahashi Majority Dec (30-29,29-29,30-28)

K-Jee Def Yoshinari KO 2RND (Punches, 3KD)

Kento Ito vs Ryusei Asizawa DRAW (29-27,27-27,28-28)

 

 

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