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Weekend Results: Eddie Walker KO's Joe Schilling

Walker (C) Lion Fight

It isn't that people underrate Eddie Walker as much as Joe Schilling is one of the few American Muay Thai stars that people believe in, so this weekend when Eddie Walker stepped into the ring against the tour de force that is known as Joe Schilling with Can't Stop Crazy behind him, he really had nothing to lose. Things were rocky at the start for Walker and it looked like Schilling was going to get the job done in the second round, but when he went in for the kill, something truly fascinating happened; Walker unloaded with a clean shot that put Schilling down and ended the fight. Walker has gone and made himself a name in the blink of an eye in the US Muay Thai scene. He is also expected to make his K-1 debut at some point in the near future as well, so things are looking up for Walker.

The rest of the Pro fights from Lion Fight were as follows;

 

Eddie Walker (R2 - KO) Joe Schilling

Gregory Choplin (Dec.) Joseph Valtellini

Tiffany Van Soest (Dec.) Jeri Sitzes

Andy Singh (Dec.) Anthony Castrejon

Coke Chunhawat (R4 - KO) Adiran Morilla

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Recap of Warrior's Cup XV

New Jersey Muay Thai fans were treated to an exciting card of amateur and pro fights last Saturday, September 29th at Warriors Cup XV, held at the Rahway Rec Center (not to be confused with the Rahway Rehab Center, so Google carefully, lest you get stuck driving in circles around a safety town on E Main Street for an hour). The event featured sixteen fights (twelve amateur and four pro bouts) and showcased some serious local talent.

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Two More Fighters Qualify For It's Showtime Brazil

Yesterday in Sao Paulo, Brazil, two more It's Showtime Brazil qualification tournaments took place under the WGP promotion, the biggest kickboxing organization in Brazil. The tournaments took place at 63kg and 85kg respectively.

At 63kg, the tournament began with Emerson Falcao vs. Eduardo Vieira and Diego David vs. Amilcar da Fonseca. Falcao defeated Vieira by split decision in what was a rematch and Diego David defeated Amilcar da Fonseca by unanimous decision. David couldn't make the finals due to injury so Paulo Sergio Freitas, who won earlier on the card by unanimous decision in a reserve fight against Daniel Matos, replaced him and faced Falcao. Falcao defeated Freitas by split decision in the final and qualifies for It's Showtime Brazil in Sao Paulo on November 10.

At 85kg the tournament match-ups were Clei Silva vs. Ricardo Soneca and Alex Sandro Pereira (pictured) vs. Felipe Michelleti. Both Silva and Pereira won by unanimous decision, setting up a rematch between them in the final. Pereira won their first fight and won again in the final, knocking out Silva in the first round and qualifying for It's Showtime Brazil on November 10.

So far there have been four qualifiers for It's Showtime Brazil from these WGP tournaments and they are Emerson Falcao at 63kg, Wallace Lopes at 70kg, Rogerio Bezerra at 77kg and Alex Sandro Pereira at 85kg. On October 20 in Belo Horizonte again under the WGP promotion, there will be a final qualifying tournament.

63kg Tournament:

Reserve Fight: Paulo Sergio Freitas def. Daniel Matos by unanimous decision.

Semi-Final: Diego David def. Amilcar da Fonseca by unanimous decision.

Semi-Final: Emerson Falcao def. Eduardo Vieira by split decision.

Final: Emerson Falcao def. Paulo Sergio Freitas by split decision.

85kg Tournament:

Reserve Fight: Alessandro Benacci da Silva def. Daniel de Oliveira by unanimous decision.

Semi-Final: Clei Silva def. Ricardo Soneca by unanimous decision.

Semi-Final: Alex Sandro Pereira def. Felipe Michelleti by unanimous decision.

Final: Alex Sandro Pereira def. Clei Silva by KO in Round 1.

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K-1 US Grand Prix Live Results

We'll be providing live results of today's K-1 US Grand Prix from the LA Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California, USA. It's K-1's first card in the US in a long, long time and the fight card is filled with American fighters looking to make a name for themselves.

The four Heavyweight Grand Prix fights are to qualify for the Final 16 on October 14 in Tokyo, Japan. There are also four MAX fights, along with four super fights and three undercard fights.

The first three undercard bouts are free on Spike.com or K-1's Ustream channel. After the three undercard fights, however, the card goes on to PPV for $9.99 USD at the same locations and can only be paid for with credit card.

The undercard bouts kick off at 8PM ET/5PM PT and the main card on PPV starts at 9PM ET/6PM PT. Full fight card here. Myself, @rianscalia and @Liverkickdotcom will be providing live play by play on Twitter.

Undercard

Mike Lemaire def. Glen Spencer by unanimous decision.

Damian Earley def. Jermaine Soto by KO (Right Cross) in Round 3.

James Wilson def. DOug Sauer by KO (Left Hook) in Round 1.

MAX (70kg/154lbs)

Justin Greskiewicz def. Bryce Krause by TKO (Ref Stoppage) in Round 3.

Joey Pagliuso def. Ben Yelle by KO in Round 3.

Michael Mananquil def. Scott Leffler by unanimous decision.

Chaz Mulkey def. Kit Cope by TKO in Round 2.

Super Fights

Shuichi Wentz def. Romie Adanza by KO (High Kick) in Round 1.

En Kang def. Travis Garlits by unanimous decision.

Gabriel Varga def. Lerdsila Chumpairtour by unanimous decision.

Jeremiah Metcalf def. Markhaile Wedderburn by KO (Knee to the Body) in Round 1.

Heavyweights

Xavier Vigney def. Seth Petruzelli by TKO in Round 2.

Rick Roufus def. Mighty Mo by split decision.

Jarrell Miller def. Jack May by KO (Uppercut) in Round 1.

Randy Blake def. Dewey Cooper by unanimous decision.


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