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SuperKombat World Grand Prix Elimination Results

SuperKombat held the SuperKombat World Grand Prix Elimination event on Sunday, March 12th, featuring both up-and-coming stars and old favorites to kick off their 2017 season. Veterans like Sebastian Ciobanu and Alex Filip had hard evenings, while Sebastian Cozmanca and Robert Constantin continued to forge ahead and harden their reputations as big players in SuperKombat.

Main Card 

Sebastian Cozmanca (R3 - Decision) Simon Ogolla 

Robert Constantin (R3 - Decision) Mihaiţă Golescu 

Cosmin Ionescu (R3 - Decision) Sebastian Ciobanu 

Moribah Kosiah (R2 - KO) Robert Orbocea 

Daniel Stefanovski (R3 - KO) Alex Filip 

SuperKombat NewHeroes

Valentin Bordianu (R3 - Decision) Marius Munteanu 

Eduard Chelariu (R3 - Decision) Andrej Baranovs 

Dumitru Topai (R1 - KO) Adrian Cibu 

Adelin Mihaila (R3 - Decision) Jan Amiri 

Dragos Imbrea (R3 - Decision) Ionut Sandur 

Alexandru Radnev (R1 - TKO) Cosmin Maxin 

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Live Stream and Fight Card for SuperKombat WGP Elimination

On Sunday, March 12th, SuperKombat presents the SuperKombat World Grand Prix Elimination event live from Bucharest. The event will be streamed live and viewable right here on LiverKick. The event starts at 19:00 CET time. Included below is the updated fight card.

NEW HEROES (19:00 CET)

1. Super Fight - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Cosmin Maxin (Romania) vs Alex Radnev (Romania)

2. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight plus bout (-86 kg)

Dragos Imbrea (Romania) vs Ionut Sandur (Romania)

3. Super Fight - Super Middleweight bout (-77 kg)

Jian Amiri (Sweden) vs Adelin Mihaila (Romania)

4. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight plus division (-86 kg)

Adrian Cibu (Romania) vs Dumitru Topai (Romania)

5. Super Fight - Middleweight bout (-72 kg)

Andrejs Baranov (Norway) vs Eduard Chelariu (Romania)

6. Super Fight - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Marius Munteanu (Romania) vs Valentin Bordianu (Romania)

WGP - ELIMINATION (21:00 CET)

 

7. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight bout (-81 kg)

Daniel Stefanovski (Switzerland) vs Alex Filip (Romania)

 

8. Super Fight - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Moriba Kosiah (Netherlands) vs Robert Orbocea (Romania)

 

9. Super Fight - Light Heavyweight plus bout (-86 kg)

Cosmin Ionescu (Romania) vs Sebastian Ciobanu (Romania)

 

10. Super Fight - Heavyweight bout (+96 kg)

Robert Constantin (Romania) vs Mihaita Golescu (Romania)

 

11. Super Fight - Super Cruiserweight bout (-95 kg)

Simon Ogolla (Sweden) vs Sebastian Cozmanca (Romania)

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GLORY Announces Additional 2017 Dates Including The Netherlands

With lofty plans for increasing events in 2017, GLORY continues to announce events for the rest of the first half of 2017, including a third trip to the Netherlands on May 20th, a return to France on June 10th and New York City on July 21st. All of this with of course their next event, GLORY 39, happening on March 25th in Brussels and GLORY 40 on April 29th in Copenhagen, Denmark. 

GLORY 41 in Den Bosch, Netherlands will be headlined by Robin van Roosmalen competing for the GLORY Featherweight Championship that was stripped from him earlier this year after missing weight for a title defense against Matt Embree. 

Saturday, March 25 - Forest National in Brussels, Belgium

Saturday, April 29 - Forum Copenhagen in Copenhagen, Denmark

Saturday, May 20 - Brabanthallen 's-Hertogenbosch in Den Bosch, Netherlands

Saturday, June 10 - AccorHotels Arena in Paris, France

Friday, July 21 - The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City

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UFC Fight Pass Adds Parts of the K-1 Library to Their Service

When GLORY first began getting their gears in motion there was an excited press release sent out with the promotion talking about acquiring the rights to the K-1 library. The deal, as originally announced, was that it included the Fuji TV library from the promotion's inception until 2006. K-1 Global, which was formed by Mike Kim to purchase the assets of K-1 from FEG after their bankruptcy, issued back a fiery statement claiming that FEG sold "usage rights" to GLORY, not the full libraries. GLORY officials vehemently disagreed and the matter was to be tied up in Japanese court without us hearing much about it. 

Then GLORY moved the SuperFight Series to UFC Fight Pass and along with it was to come GLORY's impressive library of fights, including It's Showtime events and, get this, K-1. The thing is, that didn't really happen. The timing in the press statements were "immediate," yet K-1 events were bogged down by legal issues. Interestingly enough, we don't see any It's Showtime on UFC Fight Pass still, but some K-1 footage has appeared on UFC Fight Pass.

What has shown up is perhaps even more fascinating than what isn't there.

Now on UFC Fight Pass are the 2001 K-1 World Grand Prix Finals as well as the 2005 - 2010 World Grand Prix Finals. An interesting selection of events, most fall out of the scope of the deal that was discussed initially and the whole idea of the K-1 library remains somewhat mysterious to this day. Will we get more K-1 on Fight Pass? We've heard yes, but as to what we will see, what K-1 Global's reaction will be and what to expect in the future, well, nobody knows.

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