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Knees of Fury 50 Results

Knees of Fury 50 took place last night at the Thebarton Theatre in Adelaide, Australia. Since the event was not televised anywhere and I know how popular Israel Adesanya is, here are the results until some videos come up online.

Full Results

Israel Adesanya def Kim Loudon via R3 TKO (ref waived off fight)

Steve Behan def Zack Fatamaka via R3 KO (Knee to head)

Petchtawan def Kosta Masmanadis via Unan Dec

Sebastian Holmes def Jason Altmann via R3 KO (Uppercut)

Jordan Fielding def Ashley Ryding via R3 KO (Jumping downwards elbow)

Carly Gangell def TeHuia Tana via Unan Dec

Dimitri Petridis def Josh Braithwaite via Unan Dec

Jordy Bargallie def Shaun Dawson via R2 KO (Head Kick)

Tina Sougleris def Jacinda Claridge via Unan Dec

Steve Birchall def Dylan Sariovski via Unan Dec

Sarah Kate def Alex Wellington via Split Dec

Kyle Searle def James Coleman via Unan Dec

 

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Bill Goldberg in Talks with GLORY. Why Not?

If you grew up in the 90's at all there is a good chance that you know who Bill Goldberg is. If not, or if you were professional wrestling-adverse, Bill Goldberg was a muscle-bound ex-football player that WCW scooped up in the mid-90's, loosely trained how to be a pro wrestler and tossed him into the ring. He studied a lot of pro wrestling styles and the one that stuck out to him the most was shoot-style, funny enough, which led to him taking on a character that was sort of a "shoot fighter" and he did a quasi-UFC thing.

They treated him like a prized fighter, showing his entrances where he came from the backstage area with a full security detail like a professional boxer. He wore MMA gloves and was all about intensity and, well, crushing jobbers. He was best known for his "streak" where WCW brass booked him to crush enhancement talent (read: guys so low on the totem pole that they are paid to show up, make a guy look good and to lose). WCW was a complicated promotion, though, and eventually ruined the good thing that they had with Goldberg. 

Goldberg went on to WWE after WCW folded into the WWE, but he had no passion for professional wrestling and it showed throughout his run, culminating in a match with Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania where both men were booed out of the arena because the fans knew that both men were leaving after that night. Brock went on to become UFC Heavyweight Champion, Goldberg went on to have some involvement in calling MMA and being a personality, but since then has been a bit under the radar. 

He mentioned how excited that he was watching GLORY 19 last week on social media, which led to GLORY's team to reach out to him and apparently they are in talks now for Goldberg to appear in a fight on GLORY programming, but of course, Goldberg states that it's "just for fun" seeing as though he is 48. 

No word as to who a potential opponent might be, but the wrestling fan in me would like to see Norman Smiley, Barry Horowitz or "Lightning Foot" Jerry Flynn at least considered. We do know, of course, that GLORY has been in talks with Alberto Del Rio/El Patron (Jose Alberto Rodriguez/Dos Caras Jr.) about a potential fight in GLORY, so they have pro wrestling on the mind. [source]

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SuperKombat Launches SuperKombat Academy

SuperKombat has drawn a line in the sand and has chosen 2015 to be their big stand for them to build up new, big stars for the SuperKombat brand. Today was a big news day for the promotion, announcing that they will run six live World Grand Prix events this year on EuroSport, starting with their March 7th event. There will be four big Heavyweight World Grand Prix events held this year (March 7, May 23, June 19 and August 1), the Final Elimination on October 2nd and the World Grand Prix Final on November 7th.

The big news, though, is the announcement of the SuperKombat Academy concept. The concept is that SuperKombat will run a competition between 32 Heavyweights in search of the next big SuperKombat star. With a sizable investment of $5mil USD SuperKombat is looking to run a reality series and introduce these fighters on their live events, where they will test the fighters to move forward. The idea is that they will be preparing these fighters to be high level fighters and stars. The investment is to help with their training, salaries, supplements, travel and public-facing training to help make them into more complete packages.

This is a rather unique opportunity for fighters out there to live the dream in for the next three years (the length of the competition) by having SuperKombat essentially pay their bills for them and for these fighters to concentrate on training. 

Fighters or managers interested in more information can email SK at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. '; document.write(''); document.write(addy_text46023); document.write('<\/a>'); //-->\n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details.

The next SuperKombat event is on March 7th, featuring Benjamin Adegbuyi, Andrei and Bogdan Stoica, Cristian Ristea, Michal Wlazlo, Marcelo Adriaansz, Amansio Paraschiv, D’Angelo Marshall and more.

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Badr Hari Calls Out the Heavyweight Division, Probably Won't Fight Any of Them

Yesterday Badr Hari put the Heavyweight division in kickboxing on notice with a tweet showing some of the world's top heavyweights and that they are on his radar. The thing is, there's pretty much no chance of some of these fights coming anywhere close to happening.

Pictured are five of the best heavyweights in the world in Rico Verhoeven, Daniel Ghita, Ismael Londt, Hesdy Gerges and Tyrone Spong. Also pictured is Patrice Quateron, whom no insult intended, is simply not one of the best heavyweights in the world. This is an interesting thing by his social media team to get people talking and places Quateron in the conversation among top guys. Quateron is probably the only of the six that there is a slim chance of him actually fighting, although it should be noted that they were supposed to fight late in 2014 and after Quateron insulted Badr Hari and released a recording of a phone call with Mike Passenier where Mike apparently asked for him to throw the fight the fight magically fell apart.

Look, everyone loves Badr Hari, but four of those five fighters are affiliated with GLORY, one is a Light Heavyweight overcoming an awful injury (Spong) and Londt is a possibility, but honestly Londt would be a legitimate threat to Badr Hari at this point. I expect a Quateron fight to happen at some point, but at this point it is highly suspect. We all want to see Badr Hari making the best uses of his talents, but right now it just doesn't look like it'll happen.

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