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GLORY 32 SuperFight Series: Chopper's Comin'

After being forced to pull out of a recent bout with Guto Inocente, Chi-Lewis Parry will finally be making his return to the GLORY ring at GLORY 32 on Friday, July 22nd in Virginia against Maurice Greene. That will be an interesting fight as Greene is coming off of a loss to Anderson "Braddock" Silva, but will be looking to dust himself off and take a win from the mouthy Brit. Chopper, on the other hand, he's just always itching for a fight. Francois Ambang returns after making it to the finals of the GLORY 30 qualifying tournament only to lose a close decision to Richard Abraham. 

Brian Collette will once again step into the GLORY ring against Karl Roberson who has had a rather rough go of things of late. The next Super Bantamweight bout will also happen between Funda Alkayis taking on Vanessa De Waele.

Oh yeah, and Shane Oblonsky will be back in action against Giga Chikadze in what is looking to be the best match-up on the entire card thus far. That really should be an incredible fight.

GLORY 32 SuperFight Series

Heavyweight Headline Bout: Chi Lewis-Parry vs. Maurice Greene

Welterweight Co-Headline Bout: Francois Ambang vs. Marcus Fisher

Light Heavyweight Bout: Brian Collette vs. Karl Roberson

Super Bantamweight Bout: Funda Alkayis vs. Vanessa De Waele

Featherweight Bout: Shane Oblonsky vs. Giga Chikadze

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Lion Fight 29 Live Results

Lion Fight 29 is taking place at the Foxwoods casino tonight, once again Jo Nattawut will be fighting a non-title fight and Ognjen Topic will be taking on Dechsakda Sitsongpeenong from Thailand.

Fight Results

Main Event: Regian Eersel def. Jo Nattawut by KO Rd 5 (right high kick)

Co-Main Event: Ognjen Topic def. Dechsakda Sitsongpeenong by Majority Dec

Lightweight - Travis Clay def. Julio Pena by KO Rd 2 (left high kick)

Featherweight - John Nofer def. Jared Tipton by KO Rd 5 (liver kick)

Welterweight - Asa Ten Pow def. Bryce Lawrence by TKO Rd 4 (doc stoppage)

Welterweight - Diego Llamas def. PJ Sweda by KO Rd 2 (left hook)

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May 2016 LiverKick Rankings Update: Ch-ch-ch-changes Galore

There has been a lot going on this year for both Jay and I, so we waited for the rankings to really need an update. The thing is, now that we got to tackle them, they needed a lot of changes. After a rather uneventful early part of the year we are seeing major changes in quite a few divisions. While at times we've been able to let entire divisions stand as they are, this time around each division has at least one big change.

The LiverKick rankings date back to 2010 when Fraser Coffeen and myself began ranking fighters across multiple divisions, with the only way to move up the rankings (or being added to them) being defeating a ranked opponent. Therefore, these rankings are based upon who beats who, not talent, potential or anything else. They are also current, meaning that past wins or losses are not taken into account when ranking a fighter. 

Heavyweight saw some changes, some were good, others were questionable. Brian Douwes had a win over Jamal Ben Saddik to earn his spot, then had an incredible slide that bumped him out. Easy come, easy go. New additions are in WFL tournament winner Fabio Kwasi and GLORY newcomer Guto Inocente. Both had ranked wins that put them on the map here and have taken hold of the middle of the division. Their addition means that Badr Hari once again slides out of the rankings, mirroring his lack of activity against, well, anyone. 

Light Heavyweight saw a big departure in the way of Gokhan Saki. In a way, that was a long time coming. Saki hasn't competed at this weight in a very long time and his last fight was now well over a year ago now, meaning that he has finally been dropped. This makes Artem Vakhitov the undisputed #1 Light Heavyweight in the world. There are two additions to the rankings at this point, one being Mladen Kujundzic thanks to his recent win over Andrei Stoica and Luis Tavares. Middleweight only saw movement really at the top with Marcus and Levin swapping, Wilnis and Schilling swapping and the addition of Cedric Doumbe who is a rare case of a fighter ranked in two divisions.

Welterweight is another division that has seen some shake-ups. While Holzken is still unmoving, Artur Kyshenko is on an incredible run and Cedric Doumbe hasn't tasted defeat in a while now. Mustapha Haida has made some big strides and makes his debut. Lightweight has seen only a few changes, notably the slide of Davit Kiria. Enriko Gogokhia's win over him earns him a rather high spot on the list. Tayfun Ozcan has quietly been making his way into the top ten for a while now and once again, Davit Kiria is welcoming new names into the rankings.

Featherweight is, well, Featherweight. That'll probably change again soon after the next K-1 Japan event. 

LiverKick Rankings Updated on 5/26/2016

Heavyweight (Per 5/16)

1 Rico Verhoeven
2 Benjamin Adegbuyi
3 Ismael Londt
4 Jahfarr Wilnis
5 Fabio Kwasi
6 Guto Inocente
7 Jamal Ben Saddik
8 Anderson Silva
9 Andrei Gerasmichuk
10 Zabit Samedov

Light

Heavyweight (Per 5/16)

1 Artem Vakhitov
2 Saulo Cavalari
3 Mourad Bouzidi
4 Danyo Ilunga
5 Mladen Kujundzic
6 Jorge Loren
7 Andrei Stoica
8 Zack Mwekassa
9 Luis Tavares
10 Reduon Cairo
Middleweight (Per 5/16)

1 Simon Marcus
2 Artem Levin
3 Jason Wilnis
4 Joe Schilling
5 Filip Verlinden
6 Alex Pereira
7 Dustin Jacoby
8 Israel Adesanya
9 Cedric Doumbe
10 Fang Bian
Welterweight (Per 5/16)

1 Nieky Holzken
2 Artur Kyshenko
3 Cedric Doumbe
4 Murthel Groenhart
5 Hicham El Gaoui
6 Raymond Daniels
7 Yoann Kongolo
8 Mustapha Haida
9 Karim Ghajji
10 Bai Jinbin
Lightweight (Per 5/16)

1 Robin van Roosmalen
2 Sitthichai
3 Enriko Gogokhia
4 Giorgio Petrosyan
5 Yodsanklai Fairtex
6 Marat Grigorian
7 Wu Xuesong
8 Tayfun Ozcan
9 Dzhabar Askerov
10 Josh Jauncey
Featherweight (Per 5/16)

1 Kaew Fairtex
2 Hidaeki Yamazaki
3 Masaaki Noiri
4 Minoru Kimura
5 Massaro Glunder
6 Yasuomi Soda
7 Yuta Kubo
8 Serhiy Adamchuk
9 Gabriel Varga
10 Qui Jian Liang
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Results From W5 'It's Time: Never Give Up' in Vienna

This past weekend in Vienna W5 held a huge event headlined by Massaro Glunder looking to defend his W5 European Championship against tough competition in Foad Sadeghi. The two men battled it out over the span of three rounds before Glunder was given the nod, retaining his championship. Also on the card was Agron Preteni picking up a big KO victory over Labinot Zekaj. If you missed any of the action you can watch the event on-demand on W5's site for just a little over $6 USD (5.50 euros).

Results via W5.

Main Card

75 kg Manuel Sembera def. Alin Cipman (Romania) via disqualification

85 kg Adrian Valentin (Slovakia) def. Igor Emkic (Bosnia) via TKO, Doc decision, 1st round

86 kg Dardan Avdulaj (Albania) def. Luka Petrovic (Serbia) via UD

77 kg Darryl Sichtman (The Netherlands) def. Marco Pleschberger (Austria) via TKO, 1st round

84 kg Karim Mabrouk (Egypt) def. Petar Jaman (Croatia) via UD

84 kg Marcel Jager (Slovakia) def. Henry Bannert (Austria) via KO (RSC)

72,5 kg Vladislav Tuinov (Russia) def. Angaar Nasr (The Netherlands) via split decision

85 kg Agron Preteni (Croatia) def. Labinot Zekaj (Albania) via KO (RSC)

W5 European title fight up to 72,5 kg

Massaro Glunder (The Netherlands) def. Foad Sadeghi (Austria) via UD

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