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Live Stream Information for K-1 Japan -65kg Japan GP

That's right, it's that time again to get your Smiling Points ready on NicoNico and buckle down for some of the best kickboxing action in the world with K-1 Japan's -65kg Japan GP. This tournament will be a one-nighter that'll decide which Japanese 65kg fighter will move on to the next leg of this big tournament. As always, they stream live via NicoNico for 2,000 Smiling Points. I'm not entirely sure how much their Smiling Points translate to due to current exchange rates, but I'm pretty sure it's around $18 USD to watch the show live, although it might be a bit more than that. If you've never used NicoNico before, we have an old guide up from the 2014 Shoot Boxing S-Cup that Jay put together that will help get you started. 

The K-1 Japan -65kg Japan tournament starts at 6:00PM Tokyo time (so 4am Eastern/2am Pacific) according to the listing on NicoNico and costs the usual 2,000 Smiling Points. 

Here's a refresher on the card for this event.

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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Watch MTGP: Behind the Curtains

Muay Thai GP based out of the UK has made a big splash on the international muay thai scene in a hurry, from a deal with Lion Fight to their two big events that they've put on thus far. They put together a behind-the-scenes documentary from MTGP 2 that is split up into two parts and looks into all sorts of different aspects of how their show happened.

This is some good viewing if you are a fan, future fighter, future promoter or even involved in the sport now. 

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GLORY 27 Ratings Up on ESPN2 to 225,000

(C) James Law/GLORY Sports International

Over the weekend we learned that GLORY and ESPN have inked a long term deal that will see GLORY kickboxing continue to air on ESPN platforms for the next few years. We've been promised future live cards on ESPN2, as opposed to ESPN3 live and delayed on ESPN2, and honestly, things are starting to look up for the promotion. While the ratings on ESPN2 thus far haven't been incredible, they haven't been bad, either, when compared to other programming in the same spot, historically. 

GLORY 25 drew 198,000 viewers for a late night spot, GLORY 26 was hurt a bit by going head-to-head with the NFL during the playoffs for 168,000, but came back strong with GLORY 27 scoring 225,000 viewers on a Sunday night. This was on Sunday evening at 9pm Eastern time and was, of course, a replay, so that's pretty good if you ask me. Here's to only seeing bigger and better things from both ESPN and GLORY in the future. [source]

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K-1 Japan -65kg Japan Tournament This Week

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

Read more...

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