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Krush 67 Fight Card

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Krush 67 is taking place tonight at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. The event starts at 1am PST/4am EST, it will be live on NicoNico TV and Abema.tv. The card includes a double main event with a 70kg title fight and the Krush womens title.

Full Fight Card

70kgs Title Fight - Jordan Pikeur vs Yamazaki Yoichi

Womens Title Fight - Kana vs Gracyer Aki

Makihira Keita vs Yamagiwa Kazuki

Osawa Fumiya vs Harada Yoshiki

Aketo Hitoshi vs Gosyu Masanobu

Kanbe Shota vs Sano Tenma

Nakazawa Jun vs Minamino Takayuki

Hirono Yu vs Akimoto Kazuya

Yuki Masato vs Egawa Yuki

Matsushita Daiki vs Shinohara Yuto

Nori vs Kudo Yuki

Jinbo Katsuya vs Wajima Hiromi

Hiraoka Koto vs Matsui Yukari

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Kunlun Fight 48 Fight Card

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Kunlun Fight 48 will take place on July 31st in Jining, Shandong Province, China at the Gymnasium of Jining Sport Center. This card has some very interesting match ups to say the least.

Lets start with Artur Kyshenko vs Alex Pereira at 81kgs, I can't help but think that Pereira is going to tower over Kyshenko and have a huge reach advantage over him which Artur is not used too as he is usually the bigger man. If Kyshenko can get the win at this weight class and still look as powerful as he always does, then he is a scary addition to this shallow weight division.

A few other really good fights on this card are Superbon Banchamek looking to get revenge on Khayal Dzhaniev for slicing up and beating legend and teammate Buakaw Banchamek last year. Robbie Hageman taking a step up to fight veteran Davit Kiria who really needs a win right now as hes on a 3 fight losing streak. Andrei Herasimchuk the man who ko'd Glory champion Rico Verhoeven will be back in action against Portugals Bruno Susano. Masaro Glunder will take on Koreas Kim Minsoo and last but not least it makes me happy to see Abdallah Ezbiri back in the mix and getting some fights in China.

 

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Card for WGP #32

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WGP #32 will take place on July 16, 2016 in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil in the Multisport Gym Cajazeiras and will be broadcast on Canal Combate, Bandsports, Esporte Interativo, TV Aratu, and e TVE.

Full Card

MAIN EVENT: WGP Title K1 Rules / (71,8 Kg)

Ravy Brunow (Ravy Brunow Team / Combat Club - Eunápolis/BA) vs Bruno Gazani (União ABC - São Paulo/SP)

CO-MAIN EVENT: WGP Title K1 Rules / Peso-Super-Médio FEM (+70 Kg)

Barbara Nepomuceno (Team Big G - Vila Velha/ES) vs Aylin Sobrino (Brutal Striker - Santiago/CHI)

K1 Rules /(80 Kg) Junior ‘Alpha’ (Kingstar - Salvador/BA) vs Ruan Ferreira (Team Striker - Macaé/RJ) 

K1 Rules /(64,5 Kg) Sergio ‘Pestinha’ (Equipe Marca Maior - Salvador/BA) vs Ivan Ibarbe (Team Marcelo Salas - Santa Cruz de la Sierra/BOL)

K1 Rules /(64,5 Kg) Marcus Vinícius (Rocha União Fight - Salvador/BA) vs Guilherme ‘Ceará’ Sanchos (Ceará Team - Porto Alegre/RS) 

K1 Rules /(71,8 Kg) Miguel Jacob (Daniel Mattos Strikers' Team/APKB - Rio de Janeiro/RJ) vs Adriano Oliveira (Coliseum Team - Cuiabá/MT)

WGP #32: Super Fights

K1 Rules /(60 Kg) Denis Júnior (Coliseu Fight Clube - Vitória/ES) vs Diego Piovezan (União ABC - São Paulo/SP)

K1 Rules /(60 Kg) Ricardo ‘Coreano’ (The Rocky Kickboxing - Fortaleza/CE) vs Hugo Nascimento (Chacal Team - Aracajú/SE)

K1 Rules /(64,5 Kg) Leonardo Casotti (Team Big G - Vila Velha/ES) vs Samuel Santos (Daniel Mattos Strikers' Team/EMMECAM)

K1 Rules /(56,4 Kg) Antonio ‘Pitiço’ (CT Celio Rodrigues - Guarapuava/PR) vs Rafael Spin (Ely Kickboxing - Belo Horizonte/MG)

WGP #32: Undercard / Local Card

K1 Rules /(85 Kg) Marcos ‘Biriba’ (Colisão Team - Salvador/BA) vs Edson Marques (New Level Team - Goiânia/GO)

K1 Rules /(71,8 Kg) Kaio Reis (Chiangmai / Salvador-BA) vs Williames ‘Chacal’ (Chacal Team - Aracajú/SP)

K1 Rules /FEM (52 Kg) Kaka Naja (Naja/Trion Pro Fight - Aracaju/SE) vs Mayara ‘Marrenta’ (Equipe Demolição - Salvador/BA)

K1 Rules /(60 Kg) Jorge ‘Paulista’ (Equipe Demolição - Salvador/BA) vs Robson Santos (Strike Team / São Felix -BA)

K1 Rules /(58,2 Kg)Matheus Dantas (Equipe ST/FBMT/FPMTA - Teixeira de Freitas/BA) vs Allyson Kivio (New Level Team - Goiânia/GO)

K1 Rules /(60 Kg) Cleuber Cabral (Inside Jay Congo - JUAZEIRO/BA) vs Lucas Cruz (Equipe Virtude - Lauro de Freitas/BA) 

K1 Rules /(94,1 Kg) Ronilson Mamute (Marca Maior/Dunamis Team - Salvador/BA) vs Francisco Júnior (Giovanni Pereira Team - Teresina/PI)

K1 Rules /(60 Kg) Arnaldo de Andrade (Inside Jay Congo - Juazeiro/BA) vs Cristiano Dantas (Ravy Brunow Team / Combat Club - Crisópolis/BA)

K1 Rules /(58,2 Kg) Clecio Pereira (Naja Thai - Euclides da Cunha/BA) vs João Antunes (Equipe Demolição -Salvador/BA)

K1 Rules /(85 Kg) Gilmar ‘Blade’ (Equipe Tigre - Salvador/BA) vs Lindemberg Lira (Lira Team / Equipe Demolição - Salvador/BA)

 

 

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Glory of Heroes 5 Fight Card

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WLF will be putting on Glory of Heroes 5 in Zhengzhou, Henan, China at the Zhengzhou Olympic center on October 1, 2016. A few interesting matches on the card are Qui Jianliang who is proving to be one of Chinas best fighters against Ilias Bulaid. Also a rematch between a Israel Adesanya and Alex Pereira. In their first match Pereira won a controversial decision and Adesanya is out to avenge the loss as he just did with Filip Verlinden.

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Krush 66 Card for This Weekend

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This weekend June 12, Krush 66 will take place in Tokyo Japan at the Korakuen Hall. The event will air live on Nico.tv (PPV) and live on Abema.tv sports channel (for free if you are in Japan) at 1am PST/4am EST. 

The card includes a double main event, the 63kgs tournament final between Hiramoto Ren and Sasaki Daizo plus the 53kgs tournament final between Takei Yoshiki and Ueba Yuki.

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63kgs Tournament Final - Hiramoto Ren vs Sasaki Daizo

53kgs Tournament Final - Takei Yoshiki vs Ueba Yuki

67kgs - Tsukakoshi Hitoshi vs Hirayama Jin

55kgs - Ishida Keisuke vs Takahiro

58kgs - Otaki Yuta vs Sho-ya

55kgs - Degai Taisuke vs Suzuki Yuya

60kgs - Aotsu Junpei vs "Dynamite" Takahashi Yuta

63kgs - Kitai Tomohiro vs Hara Kazuhito

60kgs - Shota vs Yokoyama Takumi

53kgs - Gunji Taito vs Ishitsuka Hiroto

53kgs - Kasami Reiji vs Tanishima Hayato

58kgs - Suzuki Masahiro vs Araki Toranosuke

60kgs - Akimoto Ryohei vs Kokubo Hiroki

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Card For W5 European League XXXV On June 18th

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On Saturday, June 18th live from Prievidza, Slovakia W5 Kickboxing returns to action with W5 European League XXXV featuring some of the top talents in the game squaring off in the W5 ring. Mohammed El-Mir takes on Marko Adamovic, Martin Pacas takes on Tarik Khbabez, Milan Pales against Vlad Tuinov and Vladimir Idranyi takes on Darryl Sichtman.

The event will be broadcast live on W5's website for 5.50 euros.

Bodoignet Joris vs. Nikola Cimesa

Adrian Valentin vs. Ivan Cuklin

Veronika Cmarova vs. Teodora Manic

Marko Adamovic vs. Mohammed El-Mir

Radovan Kulla vs. Michal Janacek

Martin Pacas vs. Tarik Khbabez

Milan Pales vs. Vlad Tuinov

Vladimir Idranyi vs. Darryl Sichtman

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WLF - Glory of Heroes 3 Fight Card

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Glory of Heroes 3 will be taking place on July 2, 2016 in Jiyuan, Henan, China. There are quite a few good matches on the card but for me the one that really stands out is a rematch between Israel Adesanya and Filip Verlinden. These two fought in 2014 on Glory 15: Istanbul where Filip Verlinden won a unanimous decision. This was Adesanyas first and only Glory fight and he did not perform like himself at all, so it will be interesting to see how this fight goes the 2nd time around.

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Details on Enfusion Live's VOD Service and Enfusion Live 40 Fight Card

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Enfusion has been giving away their content for a while now, but as most understand, giving stuff away for free without huge sponsorships isn't always the greatest business model. Enfusion will now make the move to a paid format for both their live events and their library. It's an interesting move in an age when digital networks and VOD subscriptions have become increasingly normal for companies with a big library. WWE has been slowly crawling to two million subscribers with their WWE Network, UFC has been acquiring content like crazy for UFC Fight Pass, but when it comes to smaller organizations it's never clear if this is the "right" or wrong move. 

Enfusion is charging 4.99 euros a month ($5.57) for a subscription to the library as well as 4.99 euros per live PPV event. From the time that I've been running a kickboxing site there have been promotions offering online PPVs that have looked to partner with us, outside of those crazy stacked early GLORY events none of them really sold anything. From the conversations that I've had with other people within the business they seem to agree that online PPVs simply do not sell. In this case, depending on the lag time between when Enfusion Live airs a live show and when they add it to their library, a patient fan could simply have a VOD subscription and be fine. So while I understand subscribing to the VOD service, I kind of wish that the live events were mixed in with it as well.

That being said, their introductory offers are generous, to say the least. For right now it's 4.99 euros for one month, 24.99 euros for six and 49.99 euros for twelve. As a part of this introductory offer, paying for one month gets you three months, paying for six gets you nine and paying for twelve gets you fifteen. If anything, this feels aimed at the hardcore Enfusion Live fan. So if that's you, then, well, you've already subscribed.

On top of that, Enfusion Live will be running their 40th numbered event this weekend in Spain.

Fightcard

Enfusion 80kg Championship Bout

Hichem El gaoui VS Rafael Carzola

 

Enfusion 72.5kg Championship Bout

Tayfun Ozcan VS Jonay Risco

 

Elam N Gor VS Philippe Salmon

Maximo Suarez VS Diogo Calado

David Rodriguez VS Emidio Barone

Rita Marrero VS Lizzie Largeilliere

Rafa Del Toro VS Gil Silva

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Badr Hari Released on Bail After Weekend Arrest in Morocco

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While initial reports as to the situation with Badr Hari in Morocco were foggy at best, further information was released today by the press. Badr Hari was indeed arrested on this weekend in Morocco at the Casablanca airport, but he was not flying to Brussels, instead he was flying from Brussels and was detained upon landing in his home country. The reason behind the arrest was the assault in Marrakesh the previous month. The arrest also happened on Saturday, not Thursday.

Hari has been released on bail and it looks like the kickboxing bad boy has indeed found himself in trouble yet again, contrary to friends and fans persistence that the media was somehow trying to make Hari look bad yet again. 

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Badr Hari Detained In Casablanca Airport, Subsequently Released

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Badr Hari is once again snatching headlines out of thin air, this time due to an arrest in Casablanca, Morocco. While the reason for the arrest has yet to be released, chances are it has something to do with the recent assault that Hari committed in Marrakesh, Morocco where a waiter was attacked for bringing the kickboxing superstar a glass of vodka and not a bottle. 

Reports claim that Hari was at the airport, departing for the Netherlands when he was detained. No reason has been released yet, but the speculation is that it's related to the late April incident. Badr Hari has been in the news again when renewed interest in a possible bout between GLORY Heavyweight Champion Rico Verhoeven and Badr Hari surfaced, with both men accepting the fight and simply looking to find an appropriate home for it. Verhoeven is currently in a negotiation period with GLORY for a new contract, which slows things down a bit, although the promotion has hoped to deliver the Hari fight for Verhoeven as a part of an offer.

If this arrest leads to anything more serious the chances of Badr Hari fighting Verhoeven drop from an already improbable range to practically zero. Here's looking at you, kid.

UPDATE: Unsurprisingly, he was released after a period of time. Apparently he was also flying to Brussels, not the Netherlands and his people are fervently saying that he wasn't arrested, simply "questioned."]

UPDATE: The same site that initially reported this news had a followup that went into further detail, explaining that the arrest was done quietly in the airport and pertained to the recent assault involving Badr Hari.

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SuperKombat World Grand Prix Bucharest Card and Details on SuperKombat Expo and Gym

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SuperKombat is once again looking to make a big impact this year by changing things up yet again. SuperKombat's dedication to bringing the world premiere kickboxing is perhaps unrivaled in passion and scope. On Saturday, May 7th, while there is a SuperKombat show featuring Cesar Almeida and Mauses Baute competing for the SuperKombat Light Heavyweight Championship, there will be a lot more as well. 

Kickboxing legend Remy Bonjasky will be hosting a slew of events over the course of the weekend to help bring kickboxing into the limelight, including the opening of the SuperKombat Academy in Bucharest. The aim of the SuperKombat Academy will be to raise the next generation of kickboxing stars. The SuperKombat team, led by Eduard Irimia, will be overseeing and curating the talent that comes through the SuperKombat Academy. They state that they are there to help both current and future stars. SuperKombat's track record with building new stars is perhaps one of the best in the business, with fighters like Benjamin Adegbuyi, Bogdan Stoica, Andrei Stoica, Cristian Milea, Amancsio Paraschiv and many others making a name for themselves on SuperKombat shows and becoming some of the best and most respected fighters in the world. 

SuperKombat will also be holding an Expo for fighters, trainers and brands to learn more about SuperKombat and the opportunities that they can provide. You can check out more details on their website.

Fight Card for the Superkombat World Grand Prix, Bucharest. 7th May 2016

New Heroes (19:00 CET, ora 20:00, live on Fight Box and Sport.ro)

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

Cosmin Ionescu (Romania) vs Alexandru Nedelcu (Romania)

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

Dani Traore (Germany) vs Eduard Ingeaua (Romania)

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

Nigel Thomas (United Kingdom) vs Bogdan Năstase (Romania)

4. Super Fight – Welterweight bout (-69 kg)

Bledion Pireva (Albania) vs Daniel Corbeanu (Romania)

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

Panos Theodosiadis (Greece) vs Cristian Ristea (Romania)

6. Super Fight – Cruiserweight bout (-92 kg)

Danut Hurduc (Romania) vs TBA

World Grand Prix (21:00 CET, live on Sport.ro and Eurosport 1)

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

Imanol Rodriguez (Spain) vs Dumitru Topai (Romania)

2. Super Fight - Cruiserweight bout (-92 kg)

Clyde Brunswijk (Suriname) vs Sebastian Cozmâncă (Romania)

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

Kirk Krouba (Belgium) vs Dangelo Marshall (Suriname)

4. Super Fight - Middleweight bout (-71 kg)

Cristian Milea (Romania) vs Amansio Paraschiv (Romania)

5. Super Fight - Lightweight bout (-65 kg)

Stauros Exakoustidis (Greece) vs Cristian Spetcu (Romania)

6. Superkombat World Title - Light Heavyweight bout (-86 kg)

Cesar Almeida (Brazil) vs Moises Baute (Spain)

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It's W5 Time XXXIII Card From Vienna, Austria on May 21st

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On May 21st in Vienna, Austria W5 returns for It's W5 Time XXXIII. The event, airing live via a stream on their website, will feature a rematch between Massaro Glunder and Foad Sadeghi. They fought in December under the W5 banner in a fast-paced bout that saw Glunder walk away with the decision victory, but clearly there was more between the two that had to be resolved. They'll clash again on Saturday, May 21st for the W5 72.5kg Intercontinental Championship.

W5 72.5kg Intercontinental Championship: Massaro Glunder (C) vs. Foad Sadeghi

Agron Preteni vs. Labinot Zekej

Vlad Tuinov vs. Jordann Pikeur

Henry Bannert vs. Marcel Jager

Karim Mabrouk vs. Miran Fabjan

Marco Pleschberger vs. Darryl Sichtman

Dardan Avdylaj vs. Luka Petrovic

Adrian Valentinin vs. Igor Emkic

Manuel Sembera vs. Grega Smole

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FFC Plans Two Big Shows in the US This June Featuring Kickboxers Mladen Brestovac and Pavel Zhuravlev

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Croatian MMA and kickboxing promotion FFC has announced that starting this spring they will begin promoting events inside of the United States with two events already lined up. The first event is June 3rd in Daytona Beach, which has been announced as a purely-MMA event, while the second event on June 10th in Springfield, Massachusetts will be both MMA and kickboxing. While there aren't any official kickboxing bouts announced yet, they have promised that Mladen Brestovac and Pavel Zhuravlev will be fighting.

Interestingly enough, both events will be aired live on CBS Sports Network. While kickboxing in the United States hasn't become hugely popular yet by any means, with it becoming more readily available one has to think that it can only be a good thing for the sport. 

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WGP #30 Card Featuring Alex Pereira Defending His Title

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WGP Kickboxing in Brazil returns with their 30th numbered event, headlined by WGP 85kg Champion Alex Pereira looking to defend his championship against Junior Alpha. Pereira, who has made a name for himself over the past few years in GLORY, will be looking to once again prove his dominance in the WGP ring and that he's one of the best in the world. The co-main event sees the 78.1kg championship on the line between the ever-awesome Thiago Michel and Diego Gaucho. 

WGP #30 happens on May 7th.

WGP 30

MAIN EVENT: Dispute Belt WGP Kickboxing 

K1 Rules / Weight-Cruiser (85 Kg) 

Alex Pereira (Heavyweight Team) vs Junior Alpha (Kingstar) 

CO-MAIN EVENT: Dispute Belt WGP Kickboxing 

K1 Rules / Weight-Super-Medio (78.1 kg) 

Thiago Michel (Ely Kickboxing) vs Diego Gaúcho (Inside Munil Adriano) 

Dispute Belt Panamericano WAKO 

Low Kicks / Weight-Medium (75 kg) 

Tadeu San Martino (San Martino Team / UFT - BRA) vs Nicolas Ryske (Picante Fight Club - ARG) 

SUPER FIGHT 7 

K1 Rules / Heavyweight (94 kg) 

Felipe Micheletti (Carseti Fight Team) vs. Haime Morais (Shotgan) 

SUPER FIGHT 6 

K1 Rules / Weight-Medium-Medium (71.8 kg) 

Bruno Gazani (ABC Union - BRA) vs Emanuel Ramponi (RC Kickboxing - ARG) 

SUPER FIGHT 5 

K1 Rules / Weight-Super-Lightweight (64.5 kg) 

Wilson Djavan (UFT) vs Marcus Vinicius (Rock Union Fight) 

WGP # 30: Super Fights 

SUPER FIGHT 4 

K1 Rules / Weight-Super-Lightweight (64.5 kg) 

Ivan Ibarbe (Team Rooms - BOL) vs Fernando Maestro (Corinthians Kickboxing - BRA) 

SUPER FIGHT 3 

K1 Rules / Weight-Super-East (78.1 kg) 

Thiago "Golden Boy" (Thailand Top Team) vs Inaftali Gomes (Serginho Team) 

SUPER FIGHT 2 

K1 Rules / Weight-Lightweight (60 kg) 

Felipe 'Artillero' Bocaz (Company Top Fight - CHI) vs Jhonatan Leuch (CT Celio Rodrigues - BRA) 

SUPER FIGHT 1 

K1 Rules / Weight-Super-Lightweight (64.5 kg) 

Robson "Minotinho" (Coliseum Team) vs. Henrique Silva (Arena Team) 

WGP # 30: Undercard 

FIGHT 3 

K1 Rules / Weight-Super Heavyweight (+94 kg) 

Johnny Klever (Yoshinaga Fight Team) vs. Junior Cassiano (Elite / RFW) 

FIGHT 2 

K1 Rules / Weight-Medium-Medium (71.8 kg) 

Daniel Dias (ABC Union) vs. Luis "Predator" Santos (2PA ARENA) 

FIGHT 1 

K1 Rules / Weight-Medium-Medium (71.8 kg) 

Marcus 'Jonn Jones' (China Team) vs Yanco 'Popo' (CT Benacci Team / Pure Impact) 

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Badr Hari Once Again Involved in Bar Attack Incident

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In what feels like a broken record, Badr Hari has once again found himself in trouble with the law due to his notorious temper. After his name resurfaced in the realm of kickboxing due to talks of Badr Hari vs. Rico Verhoeven heating up, Hari couldn't go more than a matter of days before finding himself assaulting yet another member of the public. 

According to multiple reports, Badr Hari was at the Sofitel Hotel in Marrakesh, Morocco when he assaulted a waiter. According to reports, Badr requested "vodka" and when it was brought to him he snapped on the waiter, throwing him to the ground and pounding on him only for a hotel patron to attempt to pry Badr off of the waiter and end up in the hospital for his intrusion. The most famous case of Hari's temper was the beating of Koen Everink, which resulted in prison time for Hari, some of which he's still awaiting to serve.

The troubled kickboxer was looking to have a retirement fight this year, most likely against Rico Verhoeven after the recent press blitz. Hilariously enough, right when it looked like the gears were in motion to make the fight (rumors of GLORY looking into a one-off fight with Hari, even), Hari lost his temper and most likely ensured that the fight will never be made.  

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Kunlun Fight 43 Fight Card

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Kunlun Fight 43 will take place on April 23 in Zhoukou, China. As usual they have top names on their card including one incredible match up between Murthel Groenhart and Artur Kyshenko. These two fought in 2012 in the final of the K-1 Max tournament and Murthel won by KO but since then both fighters have gone up in weight so it should be interesting. Also Sittichai Sitsongpeenong will be back in action against Morrocan fighter Walid Hamid

Kunlun Fight 43 Fight Card

70kgs Qualifiers - Semi-Finals

Sittichai Sitsongpeenong (Tha) vs Walid Hamid (Mor)

Youssef Boulahtari (Bel) vs Aziz Kallah (Ned)

Josh Aragon (USA) vs Kong Lingfeng (Chn)

Kim Minsoo (Kor) vs Zhao Yan (Chn)

Super Fights

Murthel Groenhart (Ned) vs Artur Kyshenko (Ukr) -80kg

Rachel Adamus (Ned) vs Wang Kehan (Chn) -65kg

Pascal Koster (Ned) vs Wei Ninghui (Chn) -64kg

Keijiro Kyakoshi (Jap) vs Lee Chan Hyeong (Kor) -63kg

Takashi Noto (Jap) vs Zhang Lipeng (Chn) -75kg MMA

Faisal Zakaria (Sud) vs Asihati (Chn) -100kg+ 

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Badr Hari and Rico Verhoeven Spar in the Media, But For What?

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The other evening on Dutch TV the GLORY Heavyweight Champion Rico Verhoeven laid out a challenge at perennial bad boy Badr Hari for a fight. The two of them have been taking potshots at each other through social media for a while now. Without a doubt Rico Verhoeven is the top heavyweight in the world right now and the man to beat, while Badr Hari was at one time the man to beat but his legal problems and interesting choices in friends have led him to simply be a headline-snatching name in the news on occasion. 

Video (in Dutch)

Badr Hari was quick to reply on Twitter with a "challenge accepted."

To which Verhoeven replied via Instagram.

The question right now is simple, though; what does this actually mean. Fans are already excited at the prospect of these two goliaths clashing in the ring, but there are a lot of hurdles involved in making a fight. Kickboxing has not worked like boxing, historically. In boxing the way it works is that a fighter has a manager and a promoter, that promoter will set up the fights. Kickboxing has always worked in more of a pro wrestling model where there is a promotion and the fighters are contracted by the promotion and at their whim. Verhoeven is currently the GLORY Heavyweight Champion, but reports claim that Verhoeven is without a contract at the moment and in negotiations with the promotion for the future. 

As for Badr? He's been holding out for a retirement fight, claiming to have one more fight left in him and that he's looking for potentially huge money. Badr has been fighting for whatever strange, upstart promoter wants to toss money into a pit and get to go on social media to bro out with Hari. Hell, he even fought for a warlord in his last fight. The big question is if the fight were to happen under Kadyrov in Akhmat if it would actually be a fair fight. I can't stress this enough, Kadyrov is an accused Russian war criminal with an incredibly checkered past. He's apparently stepping down this month, but he's an incredibly powerful figure in Russia. He's still running fight shows, though.

If I'm Rico Verhoeven I'm not going to Chechnya to fight Badr Hari. If I'm Badr Hari I'm probably never going to be able to fight in the Netherlands because of his legal history. Who promotes this fight? Who puts up the money for it? There are still far too many questions before anyone can begin to get excited about this.

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WLF's Glory of Heroes Card and Streams for April 2nd

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On April 2nd in China WLF kicks off their Glory of Heroes events with a pretty big card featuring some familiar names. While the undercard is mostly local showcases, the main card features Israel Adesanya against Alex Pereira, which is a huge fight, Yi Long against Enriko Kehl and Xu Yan against Josh Jauncey in the main event. 

Kiksie has a breakdown of all of the stream options available for this card (and there are a LOT), so check those out.

(Stream – Starting around 18.10 Local Time)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Zhang Dezheng (China) vs. Andrei Ostrovanu (Romania)

Kickboxing – 56KG

Gong Yanli (China) vs. Christi Brereton (United Kingdom)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Zhao Chunyang (China) vs. Harley Love (New Zealand)

Kickboxing – 85KG

Guo Qiang (China) vs. Yurii Zubchuk (Ukraine)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Hu Yafei (China) vs. Daniel Solaja (Germany)

MMA – 63KG

Ji Xian (China) vs. Ilia Kurzanov (Russia)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Jixiang Adai (China) vs. Imamura Takuya (Japan)

(Henan TV Broadcast – Starting around 21.15 Local Time)

Kickboxing – 60KG

Kong Long (China) vs. Nogami Yusuke (Japan)

Kickboxing – 68KG

Tie Yinghua (China) vs. Fabio Pinca (France)

Kickboxing – 85KG

Israel Adesanya (New Zealand) vs. Alex Pereira (Brazil)

Kickboxing – 63KG

Wei Rui (China) vs. Nakamura Yukiya (Japan)

Kickboxing – 71KG

Yi Long (China) vs. Enriko Kehl (Germany)

Kickboxing – 63KG

Deng Zeqi (China) vs. Joan Manuel Lique Cañaveral (Colombia)

Kickboxing – 67KG

Qiu Jianliang (China) vs. Jomthong Chuwattana (Thailand)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Xu Yan (China) vs. Josh Jauncey (Canada)

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Jordan Watson Out, Ravy Brunow in Against Giorgio Petrosyan on April 16th

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At the big Oktagon/Bellator super show on April 16th Giorgio Petrosyan is set to put his skills on display for the world. His opponent has changed already, leaving us with UK muay thai specialist Jordan Watson, but after his last bout contested for Yokkao it looks like Watson won't be prepared for Petrosyan. This left promoters in a lurch heading into the Venum Victory World Series portion of the card, with Giorgio Petrosyan's fight as the centerpiece of the entire event for many. 

Organizer Carlo di Blasi began searching for a formidable opponent and went to GLORY matchmaker Cor Hemmers for advice, Hemmers proposing Brazilian standout Ravy Brunow. Ravy Brunow has been making waves in Brazil for a while now under the WGP banner, recently competing at WGP 28 in December, where he defended the 71.8kg title. He should make for an interesting opponent for Petrosyan.

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Kunlun Fight 39 Results and Kunlun Acquires Series B Financing, Making Them a Chinese Powerhouse

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This past weekend Kunun Fight returned with their 39th numbered event in which we saw two more 70kg tournaments to decide who moves on to the next stage. Those two men are Artem Pashporin and Zhao Shuai, both men picking up decisions on their way to the top. Aso on the event we saw Buakaw defeat Kong Lingfeng via decision and Gu Gui defeat Abert Kraus.

To top things off, Kunlun Fight also secured its B round of financing today, securing 200 million RMB from Morningside Ventures. This places their valuation at over 350 million USD, which makes them the most valuable startup in combat sports in all of China. According to their investors sports in America make up for 3% of the GDP while in China it is currently only sitting at .3% of their GDP, meaning that there is a lot of room for expansion in the Chinese marketplace, which is only exasperated by the interest that promotions like Kunlun Fight have gained in just the last two years. 

Kunlun Fight 39

Buakaw Banchamek (R3 - Decision) Kong Lingfeng

Gu Gui (R3 - Decision) Albert Kraus

Zhang Meng (R3 - Decision) Ulrich Emmanuel

70kg Tournament Group C Semi: Artem Pashporin (R3 - Decision) Victor Nagbe

70kg Tournament Group C Semi: Li Zhuangzhuag (R3 - Decision) Bruno Miranda

70kg Tournament Group C Final: Artem Pashporin (R3 - Decision) Li Zhuangzhuag

70kg Tournament Group D Semi: Vladimir Konsky (R3 - Decision) Hakim Att Hma

70kg Tournament Group D Semi: Zhao Shuai (R3 - Decision) Seyedisa Alamdrnezam

70kg Tournament Group D Final: Zhao Shuai (R3 - Decision) Vladimir Konsky

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WLF - Glory of Heroes Fight Card

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On April 2nd, WLF will be hosting their Glory of Heroes event in Shenzhen, China. WLF is the biggest fighting promotion in China at the moment and they don`t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.

For this card they had an interesting concept. They have 4 fighters (2 Chinese and 2 Foreigners) at the 63kgs, 67kgs, and 70kgs weight class and they allowed the fans to vote on the match ups. Pretty cool idea and it has made for some great match ups with the amazing talent they have.

Fight Card

Super Fight - Israel Adesanya vs Alex Pereira

70kgs - Enriko Kehl vs Yi Long

70kgs - Josh Jauncey vs Xu Yan

67kgs - Fabio Pinca vs Yinghua Tie

67kgs - Jomthong vs Qiujian Liang

63kgs - Yukiya Nakamura vs Wei Rui

63kgs - Emmanuel Lique Cañaveral vs Deng Zeqi

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Card for Kunlun Fight 39, Featuring Buakaw

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Kunlun Fight returns yet again this weekend with one of the kickboxing world's most familiar faces in Buakaw Banchamek at Kunlun Fight 39. This card, like most Kunlun cards, promises a lot of quality kickboxing and some spectacle thrown in as well for good measure. Their Clash of Titans tournament continues with some solid bouts across two blocks, with Artem Pashporin against Victor Nagbe in the C-block looking like one of the bigger fights of the evening. 

Albert Kraus is in action against Liu Mingzhi in a bout where the young Mingzhi will have a chance against a true legend of the sport, but Kraus has shown himself to be durable, even if he's been active for quite some time now and is showing some signs of aging. The big bout, of course, is Buakaw Banchamek against Kong Linfeng. This bout will, most likely, see Banchamek walk away victorious, but as we've seen prior, Kunlun isn't exactly pulling punches when it comes to Buakaw and simply handing him fights that he can breeze through anymore.

Kunlun Fight 39 will air on Jiangsu TV as usual.

95 kg: Yang Yu (16-4) vs. Nikolay Gusniev (17-2-1)

67 kg: Kim Minsoo (23-2) vs. Deng Li (23-8)

64 kg: Wei Ninghui (28-10) vs. Giorgi Khupenia (39-3)

72 kg: Albert Kraus (78-19-3) vs. Liu Mingzhi (14-4)

70 kg: Buakaw Banchamek (264-42-12) vs. Kong Lingfeng (13-3)

Clash of Titans Group D Semifinal: Mustafa Lakhsem vs. Seyedisa Alamdrnezam (31-9)

Clash of Titans Group D Semifinal: Zhao Shuai (13-3) vs Takuma Konishi

Clash of Titans Group C Semifinal: Bruno Miranda (28-6) vs Li Zhuangzhuang (13-3)

Clash of Titans Group C Semifinal: Artem Pashporin (18-6) vs Victor Nagbe (28-7-2)

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A Look at the SuperKombat Puerto Rico Event on March 26th

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On March 26th SuperKombat will kick off their 2016 season with their first event, this one happening in the United States territory of Puerto Rico. The event is themed as the "USA vs. Rest of the World" (sic) and will feature some of SuperKombat's heavy hitters on the show. While there has been no official fight card released yet, there is one floating around right now and is most likely pretty accurate.

SuperKombat - USA VS Rest Of The World | Main Card

Main Event - SK Light Heavyweight Championship Bout

César Almeida VS Moisés Baute

 

Co-Main Event - SK Heavyweight Championship Elimination Bout

Daniel Sam VS Cătălin Moroșanu 

 

SK WGP 2016 HW Final Elimination Bouts

James Wilson VS Enver Šljivar

D'Angelo Marshall VS Jack May

Adenilson Clementino VS Kirk Krouba

Anthony McDonald VS Justin Milo

 

César CausinVSAdrián Torres

 

SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes Card (FightBox HD)

SK New Heroes Women's Lightweight Championship Bout

Angela Whitley VS Cristiana Stancu

 

Alex Berrios Jr. VS Alex Filip

 

SK New Heroes Lightweight Championship Bout

Turan Hasanov VS Cristian Spetcu

 

Carlos Vargas VS Bryan Daye

Dumitru Țopai VS Mark MacKinnon

Damian Johansen VS Adrian Frias

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An argument for why now is the best time ever to be a kickboxing fan

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As usual, I began my weekly prep of the Warman Kickfighting podcast show by writing out my notes. I watched the Thai stadium muay thai fights for critical breakdown. Then I rewatched fights from the Glory 28 participants before this weekends event. As I watched them, I realize that I had just done this for a Glory card two weeks ago. Then it hit me that there seems to be multiple major cards every week. From Enfusion having their most successful card, to Lion Fight having another stoppage filled event, every weekend has been full of fights. In the next two months we have Yokkao, Bellator's kickboxing league, Holland's World Fighting League, and another Glory card. I have been a kickboxing fan for a long time. I cannot remember a better time to be a kickboxing fan, and yet we may be held back from enjoying it by our oldest fan base.

BLESSED AND CURSED BY OUR HISTORY

In the 90s, when K-1 emerged muay thai and kickboxing didn't just have several events. They dominated the martial arts sporting combat culture. UFC at that time was considered street fighting. The term mixed martial artist was not in use. A skilled martial artist tested themselves in kickboxing or muay thai. They had the K-1 World Grand Prix, which put the value of state and country driven world titles and put the athletes to the test in a tournament field of the best. Names like Aerts, Hoost, Bernardo, Hug, and Lebanner emerge as consistent victors and major international stars. But just as important as the star, the major K-1 tournament produced a holy place. Everyone wanted to one day fight in Japan, where there was borderline idol worship of elite combatants. 

Along with this came the advancement of technology. Computers went from novelty to mandatory in homes across the world. With this brought the emergence of fight forums, where people from all around the world would weigh in on the events of their region, stars to look out for, and of course, long breakdowns of the major K-1 fight cards. European based Super League got some attention, but clearly, the leagues of note were K-1’s Heavyweight and 70kg Max divisions. 

Flash Forward to 2011. K-1, due to multiple reasons, ran into financial trouble. They began to do less and less shows and eventually had to cancel their World Cup. They had no K-1 WGP that year. Interests down, the emergence of mixed martial arts and the UFC as the new leader in the culture of combat sports, and many proclaimed the end of kickboxing. 

THE TURN

Then, the Glory group attempted to buy K-1. They decided against it after seeing the mess of contracts and debt they would be absorbing. But, rich people play the game of business best, and they were able to purchase Simon Rutz's It’s Showtime management team. Rutz had almost every major European K-1 star under his roster and they were pulled from K-1 and began fighting in Glory on a regular basis. 

K-1 was also hit with a fantastic turn for the best. The K-1 Global Holdings Ltd. attempted to recreate the old flame of K-1s greatness. A failed attempt of an event in USA and a K-1 World Grand Prix that did not have the best fighters in the world ruined the brand more than helped it. The group that took over at the end of the K-1 Global run decided to focus on smaller weights and remain in the Asian Market of which they had great history. 

In the last two years both companies have overcome rocky starts and have begun to have consistent success. Glory had the early mistake. A failed PPV event and the longest fight card ever on NYE did not push the brand. However, they signed major US television deals with Spike and now ESPN, something K-1 never accomplished. Just as important as being seen is creating stars. Nieky Holzken and Rico Verhoeven are Glory brand created stars. Sure a young Holzken fought in K-1 and lost to superstar Buakaw. That drained down version wasn't his best showing, though. Holzken, now fighting at 77kgs, is considered the must see guy in the sport. His combinations, body shots, knockout power, and fight flow are amazing. Verhoeven went from journeyman heavyweight with no punching pop, to the unchallenged best in the world and the KO power to match his awesome technique. 

Improved K-1 too had some failure. A K-1 Max GP that ended in scandal as one of the fighters(Two time champ Buakaw) said that he was warned of foul play in the judges and refused to fight the extra round of a K-1 MAX FINAL MATCH. Since then they have focused on weight classes that have elite Japanese athletes. K-1 had their most success with Masato, a young, exciting fighter who the girls loved and had the skill to beat the elite. As many of Japan's elite combat sport athletes are shorter, focusing on weight classes like 65kgs, 60kgs, and now 55kgs has produced several athletes from Japan that create Japanese television interests. Masaaki Noiri, brothers Koya and Hirotaka Urabe, Japanese adopted Kimura "Phillip" Minoru and 55kg stud Takeru are their homegrown stars. K-1 puts on five solid shows a year and though they don't have the production value of events past, the crowd and ring action are excellent every card. 

With the success of these two super powers, we have solid paychecks from China. Kunlun is hard to follow because it has a lot of fights, but not a lot of narrative. However they have put together some fantastic 4 man tournaments and super fights on their cards. Kunlun is also not exclusive, meaning that K-1 and Glory athletes are able to pick up a fight here and there and grab good paydays, as long as it doesn't conflict with their major promotions events. 

As for women, this is also the best time to be in the sport. When I first fell in love with kickboxing and Muay Thai it was a three woman list at most. Names like Rijker, De Randamie, Kitchen, Rivera-Parr, and Elmont were amazing competitors, but got very little recognition. Thanks to Enfusion, Kunlun and now Bellator's kickboxing league. There aren't just good paydays out there. There are great exposure opportunities as well. Iman Barlow was the first woman pushed by Enfusion and after a reality show victory, they began pushing Anissa Meksen as well. Denise Keilholtz is an Enfusion champion who will now be fighting for Bellator's kickboxing company as well. Lion Fight was birthed on champions like American Tiffany van Soest. We are truly in a different age. Despite this, older fans are still missing the above improvements and continuing to think kickboxing remains in a down period.

CHANGING MINDS

The struggle with noticing the improvement is the old guard of kickboxing fans that misunderstood success in the kickboxing prime of 1994-2003. They judge today's athletes with old expectations. They recognize kickboxing as K-1, the way people recognize MMA as UFC. With no heavyweights winning tournaments in Japan once a year, they assume the sport is down.

They also struggled to grasp the movement of technology. I think a major reason why older fans feel the sport is dead is because it lived on fight forums. As "Lord Gaul" I was a 1000+ post man on several sites. We would talk about every punch in every fight for months before and after. With that being absent, people see the sport as dead. 

What those fans have missed in these two examples is that K-1 was only good for the heavyweights and Max weight guys. Dimitri Shukuta and Joeri Mes were the elite 77kg fighters of their era. But they had no home. The moment Super League went away they were forced to look for single fights. Mes at the end of his career was able to lean down and take a few K-1 fights. But for the majority of those in-between the weight classes, this was a loss. Guys like Kamel Jamel, Anuwat, Liam Harrison were too small, and guys like Clifton Brown and Nathan Corbett were stuck in the middle. Imagine if they had a middleweight K-1 belt to battle for. Tyrone Spong moving up the weight classes would have gotten even more attention if he won the K-1 belt at every single weight on his way up to heavyweight. We are in a special time when the most prominent company has a home for the majority of the world's weight classes.

The technology evolved for the best. YouTube was pretty new when I got into kickboxing and it was actually looked down upon in kickboxing communities. People wanted links to download for their hard drives. Sendspace and Megaupload where the acceptable modes of sharing and those that didn't share were called "leechers." We are 10plus years past that now. YouTube is the heavyweight champ in the video world. Not only can you find most videos there, but the major promotions upload content for you to watch, as advertising money can be made with viewership. So of course the number of visitors to the fight forums would go down once access to the videos got easier. Twitter is another addition. We use to post and then press reload to see other peoples post. It is far easier posting on the ever scrolling wall of twitter. You can now watch a stream of the event on your computer and tweet on your phone...or vice versa. 

Now I am not saying this changes cover everything we had in the prime years. I personally dreamed of the Japanese crowd when I pursued a kickboxing career. The K-1 tournament was indeed a special event exclusive to kickboxing, with its awesome white belt and massive trophy prize. Also all the cultural challenged aren't gone. Now stand up fighters see kickboxing and Muay Thai as something they do in preparation for MMA careers. However I can't help but be excited for the next generation of kickboxers. Enfusion and Glory do ten plus shows a year. K-1 and Yokkao do five plus, and Kunlun does fifteen plus. There are more opportunities to fight in front of large audiences, have access to more television and online stream exposure, make better paydays, and they can pursue kickboxing combat sports careers with more opportunities to compete than ever before. 

 

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Badr Hari Attack Victim Koen Everink Murdered in his Home

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When analyzing some of the most important names in kickboxing from the past twenty years there will be a lot of champions on that list, a lot of influential trainers and even some of the millionaires that have kept kickboxing afloat during tough times, but one of the most important names has also been a non-combatant of any kind in the Netherland's Koen Everink. Everink, a Dutch businessman who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time while Badr Hari was at a dance party and was feeling rowdy in 2012, had his life forever changed on that fateful night when Hari attacked him and left him forever damaged. 

The importance of Everink is that this effectively put an end to Badr Hari's career as a top kickboxer. Multiple stints in prison, retirements and returns, fighting for warlord buddies and rich playboys looking to hang out with a legitimate tough guy, has been the name of the game for Hari since then. He was recently sentenced to finish out his term in prison and has been talking about fighting one more fight, but had that decision overturned in the Supreme Court. The once-promising career for Badr Hari took a turn for taking whatever fights he could scrounge up for his large asking price, with the results being mixed, at best. 

When someone is as talented as Badr Hari is, being taken from his sport at a young age is always a shame, even if its his own damned fault. Hari had moved on and it seemed that Everink would be able to move on as well, so it seemed like everything was done, but apparently Everink still lived in the shadow of that case. Not going out into public often, or when he did flanked by private security, was the life that he was left with due to numerous threats on his life due to the Hari incident. 

Apparently, either related or not, that is all over now as Koen Everink was found dead in his living room by his seven year old daughter this morning. Police believe that someone had broken into his home during the night, Everink had confronted them and was murdered. It's still unknown who was responsible for the murder, if it was simply coincidence or not. Regardless, Koen Everink did have a huge impact on the sport of kickboxing, like it or not. 

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K-1 Japan -65kg Japan Tournament This Week

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After a pretty uneventful January and February we're ready to kick things into high gear with a few huge fight cards coming up. The first of which is on March 4th in Japan and it's K-1 Japan's -65kg Japan tournament. The winner moves on to the world stage of their -65kg tournament later this year and my god is this card amazing. The tournament features Masaaki Noiri vs. Minoru Kimura, Terasaki Naoki against HIROYA, Soda Yasuomi against Teruaki Yamazaki and Yuta Kubo against Noman.

The Superfights are absolutely nothing to turn your nose up at, either, as Makoto Uehara takes on Nori in a heavyweight bout, Hirotaka Urabe fights Johanne Wolf and perhaps one of the best fights on paper this year thus far is Kaew Weerasakreck (formerly Fairtex) against Massaro Glunder.

Yep.

65kg Japan Tournament - Quarter Finals

Noiri Masaaki VS Kimura Minoru

Terasaki Naoki VS Hiroya

Soda Yasuomi VS Yamazaki Teruaki

Kubo Yuta VS Noman

Superfights

Kaew Weerasakreck VS Massaro Glunder

Urabe Hirotaka VS Johannes Wolf

Makoto Uehara VS Nori

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Saenchai's Influence Even Bleeds Over into WWE

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The influence of Saenchai is almost impossible to ignore at this point. Like we talked about before, he called out UFC megastar Conor McGregor in a fight that has real fight fans salivating at just the thought, and now? Well, the famous Saenchai one-handed cartwheel kick has made its way to professional wrestling. We've seen American muay thai fighters do the move before, but it definitely was within their lexicon. What fighter wouldn't look at Saenchai as a potential hero? 

But in pro wrestling? That's kinda weird, right? The other night WWE's own Shane McMahon tweeted out some training footage from the Wat in New York with Phil Nurse. What exactly did he tweet? Himself doing the "Saenchai Kick."

Shane McMahon is no stranger to to the world of professional fighting and was even attempting to buy into the UFC at one point. Hell, he tried to convince his father to have the WWE build its own MMA promotion, which never came to fruition because Vince didn't see the point in building stars that he couldn't control the destiny for. Shane McMahon is scheduled to appear at this year's Wrestlemania squaring against WWE legend the Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match and, uh, Shane will probably do this kick as well as fall from a really, really high place.

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Saenchai Calling Out Conor McGregor? Sure, Why Not.

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Arguing against Saenchai being one of the all-time greats in muay thai is pretty much wasting your time at this point. He's earned his spot and wowed enough audiences worldwide to have earned his spot at the top and now it looks like Saenchai is trying to get paid. The biggest payday in combat sports outside of fighting Floyd Mayweather right now? It's probably fighting UFC's Featherweight Champion Conor McGregor. 

McGregor is the rare pairing of a guy who can talk and captivate audiences on top of a guy with some real knock out power to back up that talk. His next fight is against Nate Diaz, which seems to have MMA fans all hot-and-bothered, but this week Saenchai decided to toss his name into the hat for the McGregor games as well. Saenchai says that he's accomplished plenty in muay thai and is looking for a new challenge.

Dear god, imagine Saenchai annihilating dudes in the UFC?

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Enfusion Live #37 Card Shows One of the Better Early Cards of 2016

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Enfusion knows where their bread is buttered, and thusly their cards in the Netherlands tends to have a bigger feel than the rest of their cards. Looking at the card for Enfusion Live #37 is proof of that as we get a one-night 70kg tournament, a heavyweight title fight and a few fights featuring some of the names that they've built into stars. The headline attraction is an Enfusion Heavyweight Championship bout between champion Ismael Lazaar and top ranked heavyweight Jahfarr Wilnis. Wilnis made a name for himself by winning Kunlun Fight's heavyweight tournament last year and then a strong performance in a GLORY contender tournament just cemented his top spot. This will be a huge challenge for Lazaar and is definitely a heavily-anticipated bout.

Enfusion Live #37 Eindhoven, The Netherlands Saturday 27.02.2016

21.00 Local start time (20.00 GMT)

3X3                                                                  -72.5Kg

Serginio Kanters (Surinam) Vs   Yassin Baitar (Morocco)

3X3                                                                  -57Kg Female

Samantha Van Doorn (The Netherlands) Vs Patrizia Gibelli (Poland)

3X3      TOURNAMENT                         -70Kg

Nordin Ben Moh (Morocco) Vs Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)

3X3      TOURNAMENT                        -70Kg

Tayfun Ozcan (Turkey) Vs Madicke Kamara (France)

3X3                                                            -85Kg    

Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) Vs Patrick Van Rees (The Netherlands)

3X3                                                                  -67Kg    

Ilias Bulaid (Morocco) Vs Edson Fortes (Cape Verde)

5X3      ENFUSION WORLD TITLE         Heavyweight

Ismael Lazaar (Morocco) Vs Jahfarr Wilnis (The Netherlands)

3X3      TOURNAMENT FINAL              -70Kg

Winner Fight 3 Vs Winner Fight 4

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