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K-1 WGP 2015 The Championship Live Results

Join us for the K-1 WGP The Championship Live Results at 12am EST/ 9pm PST. I'll also be Tweeting Live @JayJauncey 


65kg Title - Kaew Fairtex def. Minoru Kimura by KO Rd 1(overhand left, and left head knee)

60kg Title - Hirotaka Urabe def. Koya Urabe by KO Rd 3 (flying knee)

55kg Title - Takeru def. Charles Bongiovanni by KO Rd 2 (left hook)

65kg - Masaaki Noiri def. Yasuomi Soda bu Unanimous Dec

70kg - Hiroki Nakajima def. Dmitrii Grafov by Unanimous Dec

60kg - Leona Pettas def. Taiga by Majority Dec

60kg - Fumiya Osawa def. Kotaro Shimano by Unanimous Dec

65kg - Massaro Glunder def. Ren Hiramoto by Majority Dec

65kg - Yuta Shinohara def. Kensei Kondo by TKO Rd 3 (body punches)

55kg - Haruma Saikyo def. Tatsuya Tsubakihara by Split Dec


60kg - Taishi Hiratsuka def. Yuki Miwa by KO Rd 3

70kg - Jin Hirayama def. Daisuke Fujimura by KO Rd 2

65kg - Daiki Matsushita def. Kazuhiro by KO Rd 1

K-1 The Championship: Title Fights Breakdown

Since this next K-1 Card is so exciting we've decided to breakdown the 4 title fights and get everyone as pumped up as we are. The full card is listed AT THIS LINK.

This card will be played on NICO NICO TV, we posted instructions on the easiest way to order from this site earlier in the year for the S-cup, you can order these the same way just instead of looking for the name S-cup u should look for the name K-1 WGP 2015 The championship. Here is the link on how to order through NICO NICO.

Kaew Fairtex(c) vs Kimura "Phillip" Minoru

We will start with the 65kg fight between Kaew Fairtex and Kimura Minoru. This fight is a rematch from January of this year where Minoru won a very controversial decision. First of all here is the video of the fight.

Now lets talk about the elephant in ring... that referee! I believe that by being so involved in the fight and constantly touching, pushing, and breaking up the fighters he actually ruined the outcome of the fight. In the 2nd round Fairtex had Minoru badly hurt yet the ref kept interfering because of the clinch and then spending extra time talking and pushing the fighters around for no reason which gave Minoru plenty of time to recover. Also it seemed that Kaew won the first two rounds quite decisively but then he got an 8 count in the 3rd, I was sure there was going to be an extra round but was proven wrong by the bad judging.

Since their last meeting which was almost a year ago both fighters have been very active and made great improvements. Fairtex is getting much more confidant with his boxing which is showing us the power he has in hands but for this fight its best if he sticks with his left body and head kick. The only time he was ever in any danger the first fight was when he decided to come in and punch, which eventually got him an 8 count and cost him the fight. He can use that kick all fight to keep himself out of range of the dangerous hands of Minoru.

There is no doubt that Kimura has huge power and speed in his hands for this weight class, it seems no matter who he touches on the chin, they fall down. He will really need to work on keeping his left foot on the outside of Kaews right foot and using his explosiveness to get past the kick and land punch combinations. I'm really expecting fireworks with this fight, now lets just hope they have a better referee this time.

Marat Grigorian(c) vs Sanny Dahlbeck

Grigorian vs Dahlbeck is once again the typical orthodox boxer vs southpaw kicker which seems to be happening a lot lately but always makes for an interesting fight.

Armenian fighter Marat Grigorian is the current K-1 70kgs champion and is now training at Hemmers gym in Holland. He is predominantly a boxer who throws in low kicks and knees every so often. His strongest attributes are the constant pressure he can put on fighters and his great combinations. He will really have to use this against Dahlbeck, the last time Grigorian fought a good southpaw it was against a much smaller fighter in Serhiy Adamchuk the newly crowned Glory 65kgs champion. To be fair Adamchuk took the fight on 24 hours notice, which of course is a disadvantage for Adamchuk but everyone forgets that Grigorian had been training for an Orthodox fighter for 4-6 weeks and now he gets sprung with a tricky southpaw last minute. This led to Marat having a really bad performance and losing to Adamchuk who was really making Grigorian look sloppy. For this fight Grigorian cannot just plod forward, get into range and throw punches like he usually does, he must use more explosiveness and push Dahlbeck to the ropes then unleash his combinations. If Marat can keep close to Dahlbeck and keep him on the ropes I feel Sanny will get tired and eventually get stopped in the later rounds.

Sanny Dahlbeck is a Swedish fighter who spends lots of his time in Thailand training at Sitmonchai. He is an extremely explosive southpaw with a very hard and fast left hand. Southpaws always have a small advantage over orthodox fighters because for the most part they always fight and train with right handed fighters, where as orthodox fighters only meet left handed fighters once in a while and to find a good southpaw for training is quite difficult. Dahlbeck will need to use this as much as possible, he will need to use his left kick and straight left as much as possible and make sure he angles off after throwing. If Sanny can keep Marat off balance with his body kick, angle to maintain the center of the ring and clinch up to avoid damage he can make this an easy night just like Adamchuk did. Dahlbeck is taller than Adamchuk, this is a good thing because he can land his straight left from further away and get the angle without too much danger but it could also mean that Marat is able to keep him off balance more due to his higher center of gravity in which case Sanny will end up on the ropes and be in big trouble.

I really do feel that conditioning is going to play a huge part in this fight, with Grigorians pressure if Dahlbeck gets tired in the last round he will not make it to the decision but if Dahlbeck has trained hard and made sure he is ready to move the whole fight he should be fine.

Koya Urabe(c) vs Hirotaka Urabe 

In case you didn't notice yes, these guys have the same last name and yes they are brothers. Koya is Hirotaka's younger brother, they have already fought once before in the final of the 60kgs tournament in January of this year.

Now keep in mind after watching that fight that they had both already won two fights, Hirotaka got one first round KO but in the semi-finals he ended up winning an extra round decision and Koya got two first round knockouts. You can tell that Hirotaka already had a damaged leg going into the final and Koya took advantage of it like a good little brother would do.

Koya is a southpaw and maybe a little bit slicker and more skilled but Hirotaka is tougher, grittier and will never give up especially now that his younger brother already beat him once. Both fighters love to use their hands so the southpaw to orthodox thing plays less of a role plus I'm sure they know each other very well since they have probably been training together their whole lives before this fight. I personally feel the fight is going to play out quite similar to the previous one but it will be very interesting to see what Hirotaka can do without a damaged back leg. Hirotaka has to find a way to surprise his younger brother, it seemed in the first fight that Koya was always one step ahead.

Whatever happens with this fight these two are always non-stop action from bell to bell and Hirotaka seems very motivated to take that belt from his younger brother as he feels that he deserves it.

Takeru(c) vs Charles Bongiovanni

I had not heard much about the Frenchman Charles Bongiovanni until his last fight on the K-1 Survival wars card where he took on Danial Williams. Williams is usually the hard puncher for this 55kg weight class but Bongiovanni proved he was right up there as well by landing a perfect counter right hook to drop Charles and then showed great finishing skills to drop him twice more. Its quite unusual to get first round knockouts in the 55kg division but Charles has proven he has the power to do it. Once again there is a pattern with all the fights here and Bongiovanni is a Southpaw and looks like he will be the taller of the two fighters so we will see how well he is able to work that on the current champion Takeru.

Takeru is not a big power puncher like Williams or Bongiovanni but he can score knockdowns with well placed punches due to his great technique. He will definitely be the more technical fighter of the two and he has great eyes to see what openings he can capitalize on as you can see in his fight above with Alexandre Prilip. Takeru lands one overhand right, and then its just a matter of time before he lands another to put Prilip down for an 8 count to end the first round. I really feel that both of these fighters are not the type to move backwards and they will meet in the middle and stand toe to toe until one fighter falls down. I'd be quite surprised if this one gets to the judges scorecards.


KOK World GP 2015 in Vilnius Results

King of Kings had their Heavyweight tournament final this weekend in Vilnius, Lithuania. Hometown fighter Julius Mocka met Tomas Hron in the final and the Lithuanian managed to get the TKO in front of his fans to become the KOK heavyweight tournament champion.

Here are the full results thanks to KIKSIE DB.

KOK WGP Main Card

1. Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal #1 - Julius Mocka (Lithuania) def. Stepan Kyrlig (Moldova) by Decision

2. Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal #2 - Tomáš Hron (Czech Republic) def. Michal Turynski (Poland) by Decision

3. Superfight -74kg - Tadas Jonkus (Lithuania) def. Marcus Powel (United Kingdom) by Decision

4. Superfight -80kg - Karolis Liukaitis (Lithuania) def. Pavel Turuk (Belarus) by Decision

5. Heavyweight Tournament Final - Julius Mocka (Lithuania) def. Tomáš Hron (Czech Republic) by TKO in Round 2

6. KOK World Title Bout -93kg - Sergej Maslobojev (Lithuania) def. Robert Dorin (Romania) by Decision

KOK Heros Series

1. 71kg - Jordy Laret (Netherlands) def. Martynas Jasiūnas (Lithuania) by KO in Extra Round

2. 71kg - Dawid Mirkowski (Poland) def. Herkus Lukošiūnas (Lithuania) by TKO in Round 1

3. -83kg - Jaldemar Kulda (Lithuania) def. Raimond Aukstikalnis (Latvia) by Decision

4. MMA -96kg - Teodoras Aukštuolis (Lithuania) def. Alexander Grebenkin (Russia) by Decision

5. -71kg - Henrikas Vikšraitis (Lithuania) def. Kurtis Allen (United Kingdom) by Decision

6. MMA +93kg - Tomas Pakutinskas (Lithuania) def. Kamil Bazelak (Poland) by Submission (Standing Guillotine) in Round 1


K-1 WGP 2015 The Championship Fight Card

K-1 WGP 2015 "The Championship" is taking place on November 21, 2015 at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan. We are hoping this will at the very least be streamed through NicoNico because this is an amazing card.

Once again K-1 is giving us an absolutely ridiculous card with all 4 of their champions (Takeru 55kgs, Koya Urabe 60kgs, Kaew Fairtex 65kgs, and Marat Grigorian 70kgs) defending their belts plus super fights including Masaaki Noiri, Yasuomi Soda and Massaro Glunder, we cannot wait!


65kg(Thailand) Kaew Fairtex (c) vs. (Brazil) Minoru Kimura (-65kg Championship)

70kg(Armenia) Marat Grigorian (c) vs. (Sweden) Sanny Dahlbeck (-70kg Championship)

60kg(Japan) Koya Urabe (c) vs. (Japan) Hirotaka Urabe (-60kg Championship)

55kg(Japan) Takeru (c) vs. (France) Charles Bongiovanni (-55kg Championship)

65kg(Japan) Yasuomi Soda vs. (Japan) Masaaki Noiri

70kg(Japan) Hiroki Nakajima vs. (Russia) Dmitrii Grafov

60kg(Japan) Taiga vs. (Japan) Leona Pettas

60kg(Japan) Kotaro Shimano vs. (Japan) Fumiya Osawa

65kg(Netherlands) Massaro Glunder vs. (Japan) Ren Hiramoto

65kg(Japan) Yuta Shinohara vs. (Japan) Kensei Kondo

55kg(Japan) Haruma Saikyo vs. (Japan) Tatsuya Tsubakihara


60kg(Japan) Taishi Hiratsuka vs. (Japan) Yuki Miwa

70kg(Japan) Daisuke Fujimura vs. (Japan) Jin Hirayama

65kg(Japan) Kazuhiro vs. (Japan) Daiki Matsushita

Lion Fight 26 Fight Card

Lion Fight 26 will be taking place at the Foxwoods Casino in Mashantucket, USA on November 20, 2015 and will be Live on AXS TV. Their last event was probably their most exciting card to date and topping it will be a tall order, but with Tetsuya Yamoto vs. Greg Wootton as the main event anything is possible.

The undercard is no where near as stacked as Lion Fight 25 but still has some good matches like Nick Chasteen vs. Turan Hasanov and Victor Saravia vs. John Nofer.

Full Card

Super Lightweight Title - Tetsuya Yamoto vs. Greg Wootton

Nick Chasteen vs. Turan Hasanov

Victor Saravia vs. John Nofer

Josh Shepard vs. Ben Peak

Julio Pena vs. Tim Amorim

Pedro Gonzalez vs. Sean Fagan

Video: KTMMA 4 Highlights

KTMMA is a new promotion in Britain that are trying something a little different. They have done 4 shows so far and all have been a great success and the fans seem to love it.

Former Muay Thai and Kickboxing champion turned promoter Mr. Tim Izli was looking to promote k-1 style kickboxing when he had an original idea, which is how KTMMA began. This idea was to make the first round of the fight with 10oz gloves full Muay Thai rules, between rounds the fighters change into 4oz MMA gloves and their second round is MMA rules. It is very similar to when Shinya Aoki fought Nagashima on Dynamite 2010 and that was a very exciting fight and now thanks to KTMMA we get a whole card with that excitement.

Here is KTMMA's new highlight video from their last event, it looks as though they are including a few Muay Thai only fights on their cards as well.

Lion Fight 25 Live Results

Lion fight 25 is Live on AXS TV and it is their biggest show to date, with the main event putting Muay Thai Legend John Wayne Parr against Cosmo Alexandre for the rubber match.

Main Card

Cosmo Alexandre def. John Wayne Parr by Unanimous Dec

Jorina Baars def. Martina Jindrova by Unanimous Dec

Mike Lemaire def. Jake Poss by Unanimous Dec

Romie Adanza def. Anthony Castrejon by KO Rd 3 (right hand)

Joe Gogo def. Marvin Madariaga by TKO Rd 3 (doc stoppage due to cut)

Ming Freeman def. Jason Andrada by KO Rd 5 (right hand)


Kunlun Fight 32 Full Card

Kunlun Fight is once again giving top fighters a chance to stay active and fight often by putting shows on almost every second weekend. On October 28th in Hai Zhou, China Davit Kiria will face David Calvo as part of the 16 man 70kgs tournament. Also Buakaw Banchamek will be facing Hui Gu as a super fight, but I do wish this was part of the 70kgs tournament.'s Glory 24 Predicitions

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

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