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Enfusion Live 28 Results

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Enfusion ran their 28th numbered event today in Slovakia in what was an entertaining night of scraps featuring some solid up-and-comers and saw Ibrahim El Boustati win the Enfusion -85kg World Championship against Tomas Senkyr with KO in R2. Vladimir Moravcik had a big win over Yohan Lidon and Mohammed Jaraya proved himself again to be a formidable foe at 70kg.


RESULTS Enfusion Live #28, Zilina Slovakia Saturday 25.04.2015
1. 3X3       Tournament Semi Final
Milan Pales (Slovakia) Vs Brahim Benameur (France)
-70KG
WINNER after a 4th Rd Milan Pales (Slovakia)
2. 3X3       Tournament Semi Final
Tigran Movsisyan (Czech Republic) Vs Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)
-70Kg
WINNER points Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)
3. 3X3     
Lucia Krajcovic (Slovakia) Vs Marina Zueva (Russia)
-57 KG
WINNER after a 4th Rd Lucia Krajcovic (Slovakia)
4.  5X3      Muay Thai
Vladimir Moravcik (Slovakia) Vs Yohan Lidon (France)
-75 KG
WINNER points Vladimir Moravcik (Slovakia)
5. 3X3       Tournament Final
Milan Pales (Slovakia) Vs Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)
- 70Kg
WINNER points  Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)
6. 5X3     
Tomas Senkyr (Slovakia) Vs Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco)
Enfusion World Title -85Kg
WINNER 2nd Rd KO Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) Enfusion World Champion and fighter of the night.
RESULTS Kickboxing Talents 9, Zilina, Slovakia, Saturday 25.04.2015
1.         3X3                                                             - 80 Kg
David Šubjak  (Slovakia)                   Vs       Peter Šmid  (Slovakia)
WINNER points David Šubjak  (Slovakia)                  
 2.        3X3                                                            - 75 Kg
Michal Helbich  (Slovakia)              Vs   Martin Kluska  (CZE)         
WINNER points Michal Helbich  (Slovakia)               
3.         3X3                                                             - 85 Kg
Denis Kušmirek  (Slovakia)              Vs  Peter Skovajsa (Slovakia)
WINNER 2nd Rd KO Denis Kušmirek  (Slovakia)
4.         3X3                                                             - 75 Kg
Pavol Garaj  (Slovakia)                     Vs       Jakub Gazdik (CZE)
WINNER points Jakub Gazdik (CZE)
5.         3X3                                                             - 85 Kg
Ivo Zednicek  (Slovakia)                Vs       Artur Gorlov (Latvia)
WINNER points Artur Gorlov (Latvia)
6.         3X3      Reserved -70kg Tournament fight  - 70 Kg
Martin Gaňo (CZE) VS Stefan Meszaros (Slovakia)  
WINNER points Martin Gaňo (CZE)
7.      3X3                                                                   Heavyweight
Martin Pacas (Slovakia)                         Vs       Tomáš Hron (CZE)
WINNER points Tomáš Hron (CZE)
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Watch Ilona Wijmans vs. Denise Kielhotlz

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This past weekend in the Netherlands Enfusion Live held their first event of the year. This event featured a -57kgs World Title fight between Champion Ilona Wijmans and Denise Kielhotlz that ended with Wijmans winning the bout via a controversial decision. Many fans who witnessed it believed that the fight should be a draw and yesterday Kielholtz filed a formal appeal to have the decision overturned.

Now it's your turn to decide, as Enfusion Live has put the fight up on YouTube for all to view and decide for themselves. Go ahead and watch it, then let us know.

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'The Godfather of Kickboxing' Thom Harinck Back Into the Mix

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In 1972, director Francis Ford Coppola breathed life into Mario Puzo's most famous crime drama, The Godfather. The story and its subsequent sequels chronicled the story of the Corleone family from their origins in Sicily, rise to power and finally the efforts of the family to legitimize the family's name and fortune. One of the best scenes in trilogy is when an exasperated Michael Corleone exclaims, "Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!"

Why even bring up The Godfather on a kickboxing site?

Why, because sometimes the truth can be stranger than fiction. On the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, something else big was happening in 1972, the founding of Chakuriki Gym in Amsterdam by Thom Harinck. The 'Chakuriki' style which represents a fusion of techniques from boxing, Kyokushin karate, judo, jujitsu wrestling, Muay Thai and Savate for over forty years became a dominant influence on the fighting styles of many of the biggest names in kickboxing. Among his many talented pupils standouts such as Peter Aerts, Andy Hug, Badr Hari, Melvin Manhoef, Branko Cikatic, Hesdy Gerges, Pedro Rizzo, Jerome LeBanner and countless others have had their careers and fighting style shaped by Harinck's Chakuriki philosophy. In 2013, however, one of the most influential men in the sport decided to retire. At that time Harinck stated that he would continue to support the sport from the sidelines focusing his energy on the completion of a book about his life, spending time with his family, participating in European forums regarding kickboxing, and of course doing seminars all over the world.

During his first year of retirement, Thom Harinck was still one of the busiest retirees I had ever met. In 2015, one of his former pupils, current Glory light heavyweight champion, Saulo Cavalari reached out to him for management services. Always one to support the sport and his former pupils, Harinck agreed. With one foot already back in the game, 2016, Thom Harinck has decided to take Chakuriki full throttle again, coaching a small number of his former pupils including Saulo Cavalari, Hesdy Gerges and Amir Zeyada. Just when he thought he was out, they pulled him back in. His comeback has not been unconditional. While Harinck has sold his old gym in Amsterdam, he has found another place to train and it, like before, is under the Chakuriki system: hard training, no talking, no drugs. The Chakuriki style according to Harinck is not just a fight style, it's a lifestyle and in 2016 it begins again. For forty years Thom Harinck dedicated his life to training boys to be the best men in the ring and as long as he has his health, he's dedicated to training for many more. Watch out Glory, K-1, SuperKombat......Harinck's back.

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Trailer for Enfusion Season 2

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If you are one of the lucky few to get Fight Now! TV in the US, you will be treated to being able to watch the second season of Enfusion. This season focuses on the 95MAX division as they train at Super Pro Samui bootcamp in Thailand with weekly fights that see one fighter eliminated. Looks like it'll be airing Tuesdays at 8pm Eastern time, so if you get it, watch it!

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Enfusion Live 29 Results

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Here are the full results for Enfusion Live #29 in Amsterdam. Some great fights on the card, even though it had quite a few decsions, a few stars really stole the show. Ilias Bulaid of course being one of them, his pace is absolutely insane, his opponent just couldn't keep up and was exhausted in the 3rd and then the liver punch finished him off. Also Tayfun Ozcan is training with Nieky Holzken now and won both his fights looking very impressive.

Results

Tournament Reserve - Mohammed Ben Nasser def. Cedric Burgzorg by Decision

Tournament Semi Final - Aziz Kallah def. Fatih Ozkan by Decision

Tournament Semi Final - Tayfun Ozcan def. Redouan Larkoubi by KO Rd 1

Enfusion World Title - Sheena Widdershoven def. Rachel Adamus by Decision

Abdelmounim Mouya def.  Serginio Kanters by Decision

Ilias Bulaid def. Maxim Federkov by KO Rd 3 (liver punch)

Tournament Final - Tayfun Ozcan def. Aziz Kallah by Unanimous Dec.

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Weekend Results: Enfusion Live May 25th

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(C) Ben Pontier

Enfusion Live continued forth with their 2014 season by promoting yet another event in the Netherlands this past weekend. This one emanated from Amsterdam and, well, you'd know it from the fact that one of the sponsors on the mat was for a whore house in the red light district. It's no wonder Amsterdam has such a weird international reputation with Kickboxing. Anyway, here are the results from the event as well as highlights!

Aziz Kallah (R3 - Dec.) hicham Boubkai
Anke Van Gestel (R3 - Dec.) Lindsay Scheer
Marcello Adriaansz (R1 - TKO) Gurghan Degirmenci
Walid Hamid (R3 - Dec.) Mohammed Jaraya
Othman Allach (R1 - KO) Kevin Hessling
Hamza Essalih (R3 - Dec.) Maik redan
Khalid Chabrani (R1 - KO) Omar Hanafy

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Enfusion Live #21 on October 4th Card

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Enfusion returns with Enfusion Live #21 on Saturday, October 4th live from Germany. The event will be streaming on EnfusionLive.com for free and will feature Nikolaj Falin fighting Mohamed Boubkari for the Enfusion -95kg World Championship. Here is the full card for the event.

#21 Enfusion Live Merseburg, Germany Saturday 4.10.2014

Watch Live on the Enfusion Stream www.enfusionlive.com

Start Time 22.00 local time 

1. Max Baumert (Germany) Vs Valdet Gashi (Albania) -70 KG

2. Mellony Geugjes (The Netherlands) Vs Dilara Yildiz (Turkey) -54 KG

3. Leo Bönniger (Germany) Vs Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco) -70 KG

4. Enrico Rogge (Germany) Vs Mohand Bouzidi (France) -90 KG

5. Mark Vogel (Germany) Vs Ilias Bulaid (Morocco) -70 KG

6. Nikolaj Falin (Russia) Vs Mohamed Boubkari (Morocco) -95 KG - Enfusion World Title -95KG

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Enfusion Announces Roster for Enfusion Reality: Victory of the Vixen

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Enfusion released the list of names that will be participating in their Enfusion Reality: Victory of the Vixen season that is set to begin filming in September. One glaring omission from this list was the originally announced Tiffany Van Soest, who has a fight with Lion Fight in September and also has a new, exclusive contract with the promotion. This season will feature four teams of four women, coached by a Heavyweight male. Those Heavyweights will fight in a tournament of their own at the end. It looks like there might be some sort of contest to see which women get on the show and which four men get on the show.

One of the strangest names on this list is Ashwin Balrak, best known for making headlines in 2010 for drug trafficking and mob connections. He was always seen as a black mark on European kickboxing and it's interesting to see his name on this list.

Competitors Ladies 54KG

1. Fatima Pinto Norway
2. Johanna Rydberg Sweden
3. Ferial Ameerroedien South Africa
4. Meryem Uslu Germany
5. TBC
6. Samantha Van Doorn The Netherlands
7. Soraya Haurissa Indonesia
8. Isis Verbeek The Netherlands
9. Marina Zueva Russia
10. Filipa Correia Portugal
11. Adi Rotem Israel
12. Anissa Meksen France
13. Iman Barlow England
14. Ashley Nichols Canada
15. Lizzie Largilliere France
16. Sammy-Lee Brown Australia
17. Maria Pantazi Greece
18. Simone Dommelen The Netherlands

Captains
1. Daniel Sam England
2. Lukasz Krupadziorow Poland
3. Bruice Guidon France
4. Kirk Krouba Ivory Coast
5. Ashcwin Balrak Surinam

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Kickboxing Needs to Bring Their Content to the Fans

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Enfusion

Kickboxing is a frustrating sport sometimes. There, I said it.

Kickboxing has been struggling to find its identity over the past few years. That might seem like a bit of an ominous statement, but when you look at how many different organizations we’ve seen in different mediums, how many star Kickboxers we’ve seen retire or rise to prominence, or how many we’ve seen languish in smaller promotions you’ll see what I’m talking about. Right now is an interesting transition period for the sport of Kickboxing and a vital time for the sport where it could either grow to be huge or it could fail and return to obscurity. How that product gets to the fans is probably the most vital part of the sport right now, even more important than the quality of the fights themselves.

The landscape right now is like this; GLORY airs on Spike TV in the United States and then has various, smaller television deals throughout Europe and Asia. K-1 is currently attempting to negotiate television deals while providing free streams via their website. SuperKombat airs on EuroSport and a few smaller networks in different spots in the world. Enfusion is in a similar spot to SuperKombat. Then there are various, regional Kickboxing events that get solid coverage locally but not much anywhere else.

Like I’ve been saying, it’s a very strange and fragmented sport for the time being. There are talks of GLORY considering moving some select, bigger events to PPV here in the United States, starting with GLORY 17. It would probably be in the vein of the UFC model, where the prelims would be on Spike TV and the main card on PPV, which is fine, the only issue is that PPV as a medium is a dying one. The concept of Pay-Per-View in the United States began in the 50’s but came to prominence in the 70’s and 80’s when Boxing took a shine to the concept of selling live broadcasts of big fights through cable systems.

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Card for Enfusion #25 on March 14th

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On March 14th Enfusion returns with Enfusion Live #25 live from Belgium. The event is headlined by an Enfusion World Title match at 80kg where Hicham El Gaoui looks to defend that title against Morad Salhi. Also in the card is the talented William Diender against Nordin Ben Moh, a huge 70kg battle between Harut Grigorian and Marco Pique and more.

#25 Enfusion Live, Turnhout Belgium Saturday 14.03.2015
Local Start Time 21.30
1. 3X3      
Youssef Challouki (Belgium) Vs Sidy Barry (France) - 70KG
2. 3X3      
Anissa Meksen (France) Vs Isis Verbeek (The Netherlands)- 54Kg
3. 3X3      
Robbie Hageman (The Netherlands) Vs Engin Kutuk (Turkey)-  70 KG
4.  3X3     
Harut Grigorian (Armenia) Vs Marco Pique (Surinam)- 70 KG
5. 3X3      
Nordin Ben Moh (Morocco) Vs William Diender (The Netherlands)- 70Kg
6. 5X3      
Hicham El Gaoui (Morocco) Vs Morad Salhi (Morocco)
- 80Kg  Enfusion World Title
 

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