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Video: Simon Marcus gets Annihilated by China's Fang Bian

Canada's Simon Marcus fought in China on the WKF world championship card on Jan 31 against China's Fang Bian and lets say that Marcus did not have a good day. It seems as though Joe Schilling exposed a weakness in Simon's boxing defense, mainly due to the way he pressures forwards so hard with his hands down. This fight shows us that Simon has still not changed the mistakes that got him KO'd before, but there is no denying how tough he is still getting up after being knocked down at least 4 times. Of course Fang Bian is super happy and celebrates by flinging himself on the ground and flailing, while Marcus is upset but does little push ups... slightly awkward situations at the end.

Videos: Glory 19 Mike Tyson Interviews With Verhoeven and Zimmerman

"Iron" Mike Tyson's interviews with the Glory heavyweight champion Rico Verhoeven and the challenger Errol Zimmerman have now been released and the full episode will be aired Friday evening on Spike TV.

I always find it makes the best interviews when a fighter is asking the questions. So you can just imagine when you have a legend like Mike Tyson giving his stories leading into each question. It really brings out both Verhoeven's and Zimmerman's personality and confidence and of course they want to impress Iron Mike, I mean who wouldn't?

Both interviews are very interesting and enjoyable, Mike really knows how to build a fighters confidence and bring it out by asking the right things. I have never seen Rico so animated, and excited and Zimmerman even mentions that hes got so much energy from the interview that he wants to go out and punch Verhoeven right now. Lets hope both fighters come into this fight with the same feelings as these videos then we will be in for a treat.

Inside Glory 19: Rico Verhoeven Vs Errol Zimmerman

This video actually got me really excited for Glory 19 on Feb 6th. First of all both Errol Zimmerman and Rico Verhoeven look as though they are training very hard and are hungry for the Glory belt. Secondly, rubber matches are the best. Both men already know each other, they have beat each other once and now we find out who can adapt and overcome to win the 3rd fight. Last but not least, Mike Tyson is going to be watching which might sound like it doesn't make sense, or like its not a big deal to many people but you can tell by both these heavyweights excitement just to talk to Iron Mike how much it means to them, every fighter wants to win with Mike Tyson ringside.

Video: Artem Levin Training at The Boxing Club, San Diego

Since winning the Glory middleweight title Artem Levin has been spending a lot more time in America. He seems to have found himself a comfortable place at "The Boxing Club" in San Diego, California to train and coach.

Here is a really cool video of Artem training on the bag and pads, it really shows you how athletic he is with his diverse strikes that are all being thrown with wicked speed and power. 

Video: Giorgio Petrosyan vs. Erkan Varol

Giorgio "The Doctor" Petrosyan had his first fight back after losing to Andy Ristie in November 2013. Watching this fight it sure doesn't look like the time off did "The Doctor" any harm. He looked as sharp and slick as ever but I couldn't help but notice him going back to his old self and kicking a lot more than punching. He seems to have a serious problem with breaking his hands and when you make your living punching people in face that becomes an issue. Nonetheless, this fight against Erkan Varol didn't seem to cause him any problems at all and he looked untouchable, but then again Petroysan is on a much higher level.


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Video: Nieky Holzken Pre-Fight Interview for Glory 19

Glory 19 in Hampton, Virginia will include a 4 man Welterweight tournament where we will finally get to see the return of Nieky "The Natural" Holzken. Holzken believes he is already the champion considering he knocked out current champion Joseph Valtellini and has expressed the fact that he is surprised he still has to go through a tournament to fight for the belt again.

He was on the sidelines last year and couldn't compete in Glory due to a shoulder injury caused partly by his fight with Karapet Karapetyan and partly by a car accident. According to him Nieky's shoulder is not causing him pain anymore and he is prepared to win this tournament.

Nieky Holzken is the favourite in this tournament by far, he also has easily the best hair.

Four More Superfights added to Glory 19

Glory Sports International have added four more superfights to the card this week. It seems they are bringing in quite a few new American fighters to test out the talent and hope for another American star to emerge.

Brian Collette will be back in action for the first time since getting knocked out by Zack Mwekassa in Oklahoma, last year. He will be facing Myron Dennis who won the Legacy Fighting Championship light heavyweight title last year against Paul Buentello and has an MMA record of 11-4. Dennis took part in the very first "Road to Glory" scouting event but lost his first fight, he also lost to Randy Blake in 2011.

Francois Ambang is also back after his crazy KO loss to Raymond Daniels. He will face Stephen Richards who has fought on Lion Fights before and is usually more of a Muay Thai practitioner but this time will make his Glory Debut.

Superfights

Andy Ristie vs. Steve Moxon

Josh Jauncey vs. Max Baumert

Brian Collette vs. Myron Dennis

Francois Ambang vs. Stephen Richards

Xavier Vigney vs. Everett Sims

Mitch ***** vs. Cedric *****

K-1 Japan 60kgs GP Live Results and Stream

K-1 Japan is happening tonight at 9:30 PST/ 12:30 EST, it will stream live on NicoNico AT THIS LINK. I have a Step by Step guide to ordering from NicoNico HERE just don't use those links, use the K-1 link I have linked here.

It should be a great card, with a 60kg GP tournament, Yoshihiro Sata facing off against Sanny Dahlbeck, and Kaew Fairtex back in action against Minoru. I'll be posting the live results here, there are a lot of fights so its going to be a late night.

RESULTS

Superfights

65kg: Kimura Minoru Def. Kaew Fairtex Majority Dec

70kg: Sanny Dahlbeck Def Sato Yoshihiro by KO Ex Rd (left high kick and punches)

55kg: Takiya Shota Def. Shou Rong Unanimous Dec

55kg: Horio Ryuji Def. Tobe Ryuma Unanimous Dec

60kg GP Tournament

Final - Urabe Koya Def. Urabe Hirotaka by Unanimous Dec

Semi-final: Urabe Koya Def. Yamamoto Masahiro by KO Rd 1 (leg kicks)

Semi-final: Urabe Hirotaka Def. Javier Hernandez Unanimous Dec Ex Rd

60kg GP: Urabe Koya Def. Denis Puric by KO Rd 1 (liver knee)

60kg GP: Yamamoto Masahiro Def. Gagny Baradji Majority Dec

60kg GP: Urabe Hirotaka Def. Karim Bennoui TKO Rd 1 (cut due to flying knee)

60kg GP: Javier Hernandez Def. Shimano Kotaro by Unanimous Dec (scored knockdowns in Rd 1 and 2)

60kg GP Reserve Fight: TOSHI Def. Kim Hun Jae by Unanimous Dec

Prelims

65kg: Hiramoto Ren Def. Ishikawa Yuki by K0 Rd 1

HW: Fujita Tomoya Def. Manabu by Unanimous Dec

60kg: Kanbe Shota Def. Yuma by Unanimous Dec

65kg: Goto Masanobu Def. Saito Yuta by KO Rd (left hook)

Legacy Kickboxing 1 Live Results

We are excited for Legacy Fights first kickboxing event, the more kickboxing the better. The card has some good names, and decent match ups, and the fights are live on AXS TV. We will have live results here for anyone else (especially people in Canada that no longer get AXS TV)

165lbs - Cosmo Alexandre Def. Regian Eersel by Unanimous Dec.

Heavyweight - Pat Barry Def. Demoreo Dennis by Split Dec

155lbs - Marco Pique Def. Michael Corley by KO Rd 3 (overhand right, knees, kicks, basically everything)

135lbs - Angel Huerta Def. Miguel Torres by Unanimous Dec.

135lbs - Valentina Schlevchenko Def Lindsay Haycraft by Unanimous Dec.

170lbs - Alex Morono Def. Lucas Pimenta by TKO (broken forearm due to kick)

155lbs - Justin Reiswerg Def. Will Morris by Unanimous Dec.

Video: Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller's latest boxing fight

Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller extended his Boxing win streak to 11-0 this weekend with a victory over the granite chinned Aaron Kinch. I couldn't help but think of brain damage when I watched this fight, it was 6 rounds of Miller just landing clean punches while Kinch was able to stay on his feet and survive I have no idea how. Miller weighed in at a heavy 281 lbs for this fight which could mean two things, either his strength and conditioning training is going perfectly, or he had a really good Christmas and New Years. No matter what even at 281 lbs this was a dominant victory for Big Baby that I feel could have been stopped at a few points during the fight, hope to see him back in the kickboxing ring soon.

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