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Krush 66 Card for This Weekend

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.

Full Card

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

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

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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Rumors About Badr Hari vs. Rico Verhoeven Heating Up After Dutch TV Appearance

GLORY Heavyweight Champion Rico Verhoeven appeared on Dutch TV today (Monday) where the topic once again went towards the potential dream bout between Verhoeven and Badr Hari. Hari, the troubled former K-1 star, has been stealing headlines over the past few years for his antics outside of the ring more than inside of the ring. It's been known that Hari wants to have one last, big bout and that Verhoeven has become the logical target for his retirement bout. 

Since the initial appearance of Verhoeven on Dutch TV where he was pressed if that fight could happen it has been one of the bigger stories in kickboxing. We've seen smaller, relative-unknown promotions take to social media to brag about making "serious" offers for the fight along with rudimentary graphics and an attempt to hype up fans only for nothing to materialize. There have also been rumors that someone in China and Russia have put forth offers, but the chances of Rico taking a fight in Kadyrov's den seem thin and if you understand the market in China, while they are in a boom, it's still not quite what many fans believe it to be when it comes to actual money. The reality here is that GLORY has been the only potential home for the fight since the beginning. Verhoeven has been in negotiations for a contract renewal and his desire to take this fight has played a big part in those negotiations. 

Verhoeven has been playing the field a bit, but outside of an exclusive offer from the UFC it seems likely that he'll fight in the GLORY ring once more while being given his leave to pursue MMA as well. 

Verhoeven's appearance on PepTalk today included confirmation that if the fight is to happen that it'll be under the GLORY banner. Mike Passenier called into the show and more information was shared on just how close things really are. There has been a formal offer, lawyers would be looking over everything next week but Badr would need time to prepare. Andreas at MMAPlus has a translations from the show.

“[The fight] It is very realistic. We have spoken with the lawyers today. Next week we will sit down with the lawyers of GLORY. Then we will know if it will be arranged. But we never said that we didn’t want to fight,” spoke Passenier.

He added: “We always want to fight, that’s not a problem, but Badr needs four or five months in order to prepare. Besides, the fight still needs to be promoted, that also takes time.”

The decisive factor here will be Badr Hari's legal status and the timeline for the fight. If the fight can happen before Badr has to serve the remainder of his prison term or is brought up on charges for the Moroccan assault incident, things seem more likely. 

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