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The Official LiverKick.com Rankings

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LiverKick Rankings Updated on 4/25/2017

Heavyweight (Per 4/25)

1 Rico Verhoeven
2 Benjamin Adegbuyi
3 Roman Kryklia
4 Jamal Ben Saddik
5 Ismael Londt
6 Mladen Brestovac 
7 Jahfarr Wilnis 
8 Fabio Kwasi 
9 Guto Inocent 
10 Anderson "Braddock" Silva 

Light

Heavyweight (Per 4/25)

1 Artem Vakhitov
2 Saulo Cavalari
3 Zack Mwekassa 
4 Mourad Bouzidi 
5 Fred Sikking *
6 Michael Duut v
7 Danyo Ilunga v
8 Roman Kryklia v
9 Fabio Kwasi v
10 Mladen Kujundzic v
Middleweight (Per 4/25)

1 Jason Wilnis 
2 Simon Marcus 
3 Artem Levin 
4 Alex Pereira ^
5 Israel Adesenya v
6 Filip Verlinden v
7 Joe Schilling 
8 Dustin Jacoby 
9 Cedric Doumbe 
10 Fang Bian 
Welterweight (Per 4/25)

1 Cedric Doumbe 
2 Nieky Holzken 
3 Artur Kyshenko 
4 Murthel Groenhart
5 Alexander Stetsurenko
6 Dmitry Valent 
7 Hicham El Gaoui 
8 Raymond Daniels 
9 Yoann Kongolo 
10 Karim Ghajji *
Lightweight (Per 4/25)

1 Superbon Banchamek
2 Sitthichai
3 Robin van Roosmalen 
4 Giorgio Petrosyan
5 Marat Grigorian 
6 Cedric Manhoef 
7 Wu Xuesong 
8 Jonay Risco *
9 Dylan Salvador *
10 Tayfun Ozcan v
Featherweight (Per 4/25)

1 Kaew Weerasakreck
2 Qiu Jianliang 
3 Wei Rui *
4 Ren Hiramoto *
5 Gonnapar Weerasakreck *
6 Ilias Bulaid v
7 Hideaki Yamazaki v
8 Masaaki Noiri v
9 Minoru Kimura v
10 Melsik Baghdasaryan *

Legend:

* - New Addition

^ - Moved Up

v - Moved Down

Rules:

The LiverKick.com rankings are living rankings that have existed in one form or another since 2009. After the initial rankings were tabulated, they moved on from there. If one fighter beats a fighter ranked above them, they take their place. If a new fighter is introduced, that means that said fighter is ranked above whomever he beat, moving everyone else down. 

Fighters can drop or move up in the rankings without losing or winning, depending on the division in general. After 12 months of inactivity, or if a retirement is announced, fighters can be removed from the rankings. These rankings are also at our discretion.

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World Fighting League Results: Peter Aerts Wins Retirement Bout

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The Dutch Lumberjack, also known as Mr. K-1, Peter Aerts retired on Sunday in the Netherlands. After a host of prior "retirement" fights this one seems to be the actual final fight of the three-time K-1 World Grand Prix Champion. All of it happened under Melvin Manhoef's WFL banner, with his promotion doing its best to capture the It's Showtime feel and filling that void left by It's Showtime being absorbed by GLORY years ago. Aerts defeated his opponent, Nordine Mahieddine, via a decision, then posed in the ring with other multi-time K-1 World Grand Prix Champions and legends Semmy Schilt, Ernesto Hoost and Remy Bonjasky. 

Other notable results involve Errol Zimmerman losing to Murat Aygun, Fred Sikking defeating Michael Duut by KO, Brian Douwes winning the 95kg tournament, William Diender winning the 70kg tournament and Ertugal Bayrak beating Darrel Sichtman to win the 86kg tournament. 

Results via Kakutougi

Full Results

WFL SuperFights

Peter Aerts defeats Nordine Mahieddine by Decision

Murat Aygun defeats Errol Zimmerman by Decision

Fred Sikking defeats Michael Duut by KO

Tarik Khbabez defeats Gokhan Gedik by Decision

Anissa Haddaoui defeats Ilona Wijmans by Decision

Younes Smaili defeats Jackie Dings by Decision

Rodney Faverus Glunder defeats Dennis Stolzenbach by Decision

Ilsury Hendrikse defeats Samantha van Doorn by Decision

 

70kg Tournament - Final

William Diender defeats Redouan Daoudi by TKO

 

70kg Tournament - SemiFinals

Redouan Daoudi defeats Warren Stevelmans by Decision

William Diender defeats Michael Benben

 

86kg Tournament - Final

Ertugrul Bayrak defeats Darryl Sichtman by Decision

 

86kg Tournament - SemiFinals

Ertugrul Bayrak defeats Errol Koning by Decision

Darryl Sichtman defeats Dennis Ipema by Decision

 

95kg Tournament - Final

Brian Douwes wins by default (Ibrahim el Bouni out due to injury)

 

95kg Tournament - SemiFinals

Brian Douwes defeats Redouan Cairo by Decision

Ibrahim el Bouni defeats Fabio Kwasi by KO

 

Undercard

Donovan Wisse defeats Jay Overmeer by Decision

Kevin van Heeckeren defeats Karim Lahboub by Decision

Joey Mezieres defeats Akin Kocak by Decision

 

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World Fighting League Promo Video

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World Fighting League, promoted by Melvin Manhoef has a massive card coming up on April 3rd in Almere, Netherlands. It will include 3 tournaments and 7 super fights.

The Main event of the card will feature 2x K-1 Max Champion Andy Souwer against the very technical and dangerous Mohamed Khamal. The other fights have not been announced yet but names like Murthel Groenhart, Zakaria Zouggary, Chahid Oulad el Hadj, Ibrahim el Bouni, Fred Sikking, Luis Tavares, Redouan Cairo, Marco Pique and Ilona Wijmans will be included.

They recently released an amazing promo video for the event featuring many of the cards fighters plus a hooded Joop Ubeda wielding a flaming glove, if that isn't epic then I don't know what is. These type of videos really make me wish all promotions would put this kind of effort into their videos, Well done WFL.

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The April WFL Card is Amazing

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Remember Melvin Manhoef's World Fighting League? Well they aren't going anywhere any time soon, that's for sure. They have announced their first card for this year in April and there isn't much to say about it other than this; wow. What they have scheduled thus far is a pretty big deal, and there are a lot of solid names without opponents yet as well, meaning that only more great fights will be added. Of course, unless you are in the Netherlands the chances of ever seeing this card are pretty close to nil, but hey.

The main attraction is Andy Souwer vs. Mohammed Khamal in what is an absolutely incredible bout. Khamal has been in some of the most exciting bouts of the last five years or so and Andy Souwer is just coming off of a big MMA debut win at Rizin FF against Jienotsu Nagashima, showing that he's still young and has a lot of years left in him. The other exciting fight is that Enfusion's Ilias Bulaid is about to get the test of a lifetime against Shoot Boxing star Zakari Zouggary.

Andy Souwer VS Mohammed Khamal

Heavyweight Tournament: Raul Catinas VS Brian Douwes

Heavyweight Tournament: Marcello Adriaansz VS Sam Tevette

Zakaria Zouggary VS Ilias Bulaid

Ibrahim El Bouni VS Fred Sikking

Chahid Oulad El Hadj VS Mohammed Messaoudi

Also on the card are Marco Pique, Kevin Hessling and Murthel Groenhart.

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WFL Results: Souwer and Groenhart Win Big

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Image (C) Ben Pontier/WFL

WFL held yet another star-studded event in the Netherlands this weekend, featuring three big tournaments and a few huge superfights. Before you ask, no, I don't know where you can watch it. There were three tournaments on the event, one at heavyweight, one at 76kg and a women's tournament. The winners were late replacement Fabio Kwasai at heavyweight, Murthel Groenhart at 76kg and Anissa Haddoui picking up the upset win in the women's tournament.

Andy Souwer went to war with Mohamed Khamal and picked up the victory in the main event.

 

WFL Results

Superfights

Andy Souwer (R3 - Decision) Mohamed Khamal 

Luis Tavares (R3 - Decision) Redouan Cairo 

Ibrahim el Bouni (R3 - Decision) Fred Sikking 

Mohammed el Messaoudi (R3 - Decision) Massaro Glunder 

Ertugrul Bayrak (R3 - Decision) Clyde Brunswijk 

Atik Askarzadeh (R2 - KO) Anouar Lahmay 

Tom Duivenvoorde (R3 - Decision) Jay Overmeer 

Tournaments

Heavyweight

Semi-Final: Sam Tevette (R2 - KO) Marcello Adriaansz 

Semi-Final: Fabio Kwasi (R3 - Decision) Brian Douwes 

Final: Fabio Kwasi (Ext.R - Decision) Sam Tevette 

76KG 

Semi-Final: Murthel Groenhart (R3 - Decision) Marco Pique 

Semi-Final: Sem Braan (R3 - Decision) Darryl Sichtman 

Final: Murthel Groenhart (R3 - KO) Sem Braan 

Women's Tournament

Semi-Final: Ilona Wijmans (R3 - Decision) Daria Albers 

Semi-Final: Anissa Haddaoui (R3 - Decision) Sheena Widdershoven 

Final: Anissa Haddaoui (R3 - Decision) Ilona Wijmans 

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WFL Adds Chahid vs. Khamal Rematch for October 18th Event

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On the 18th of October in the Netherlands we'll see WFL (World Fight League) toss their hat into the ring for a second time with "Unfinished Business." For fans of Dutch kickboxing this should be a big event, with there being talks of Melvin Manhoef (one of the people behind WFL) fighting in a retirement bout after a storied kickboxing career. 

As of right now there are three four-person tournaments planned as well as a few super fights. It was just announced that Chahid Oulad el Hadj will rematch Mohammed Khamal on this event as well, a rematch from their classic back in It's Showtime. Here's how the card breaks down thus far.

Light Heavyweight (95 kg)

  • Fred Sikking
  • Redouan Cairo
  • Michael Duut
  • Loren Javier Jorge

70 kg

  • Cedric Manhoef
  • Mohammed el Messaoudi
  • Edson Fortes
  • Tayfun Ozcan

Women's 61 kg

  • Ilona Wijmans
  • Orinta van der Zee
  • Salysa van den Bos
  • Sarah Debaieb

Super Fights

Sahak Parparyan vs. Ibrahim el Bouni

William Diender vs. Kevin Hessling

Chahid Oulad el Hadj vs. Mohammed Khamal

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WFL Featuring Chahid vs. Khamal II This Weekend in the Netherlands

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When reflecting on the history of Dutch kickboxing it is impossible to not look at the legends that have come from the Netherlands. Equally impossible is to not see all of the great fights that have happened because of those great fighters. But there is one fight that stands out that took place in Amsterdam that fans still talk about, perhaps one of the greatest fights to come from It's Showtime and that fight was Chahid vs. Khamal.

The fight happened back in 2010 in one of the rare Amsterdam appearances of the promotion and that fight delivered. Now over five years later World Fighting League will be running the rematch in the Netherlands. The event will be eventually broadcast on Eurosport so hopefully there is footage sooner rather than later.

Fightcard

Light Heavyweight Tournament [95kg]

- Fred Sikking

- Michael Duut

- Redouan Cairo

- Loren Javier Jorge

 

Lightweight Tournament [70kg]

- Cedric Manhoef

- Mohammed el Messaoudi

- Edson Fortes

- Tayfun Ozcan

 

Women's Tournament [61kg]

- Sarah Debaieb

- Orinta van der Zee

- Ilona Wijmans

- Salaysa van den Bos

 

Superfights

Ibrahim El Bouni VS Bogdan Stoica

Kevin Hessling VS William Diender

Ertugrul Bayrak VS Geronimo de Groot

Santino Verbeek VS Dennis Ipema

Errol Koning VS Jeremy Blijd

Mohammed Khamal VS Chahid Oulad El Hadj II

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Peter Aerts Retiring on April WFL Card

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If you thought that Peter Aerts was retired, well, you were probably mostly correct. He's been retired. Sort of. GLORY held a retirement fight for him against Rico Verhoeven but it never sat well with the Dutch Lumberjack and he came out of that retirement to fight Dewey Cooper, Freddy Kemayo and then Ernesto Hoost a few years ago. But his last fight was definitely in 2014 against Hoost, meaning that it seemed like he had actually retired.

So consider the world's surprise when Melvin Manhoef's WFL announced that on April 23rd Peter Aerts would be retiring live on Spike TV Netherlands. No, this is not an April Fool's joke. Here's a look at the card thus far. The full card will feature three tournaments and eight superfights.

Peter Aerts vs. Tsotne Rogava

Errol Zimmerman vs. Murat Aygun

Michael Duut vs. Fred Sikking

Ibrahim El Bouni vs. Fabio Kwasi

Ilona Wijmans vs. Anissa Haddaoui

 

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