|Heavyweight (Per 10/13)|
|1.||Semmy Schilt (?)|
|7.||Mirko Cro Cop|
|Light HW (per 10/13)|
|Middleweight (per 11/25)|
|Welterweight (per 10/13)|
|70kg (Per 11/25)|
|2.||Robin van Roosmalen|
|65kg (per 10/6)|
GLORY 10 takes place on September 28 in Los Angeles, USA and already features a four man 85kg tournament with Steve Wakeling, Artem Levin, Joe Schilling and Jason Wilnis. Three more fights have been added to the card.
Of the three fights added, two are in the 70kg division, and they both involve highly ranked fighters in the promotion. Murthel Groenhart will take on Davit Kiria, and Jordan Watson will fight Albert Kraus. These two 70kg fights join the already announced Robin van Roosmalen vs. Shemsi Beqiri fight on the card.
As well, a heavyweight fight between Brice Guidon and the brother of tournament participant Jason Wilnis, Jahfarr Wilnis, was added to the card. It joins the other previously scheduled heavyweight bout between Jerome Le Banner and Sergei Kharitonov.Add a comment
Oh Buakaw. If you've been following his non-progress for the last few years you know how much of a struggle just about anything that he does can be. In many ways, Buakaw has broken the mold of a traditional Thai Fighter; he went and fought Europeans in K-1 MAX and did very well, he came back an international conqueror, left his camp, had a weird relationship with a promoter and a few sponsors before getting on the outs with them and then hooked up with MAX Muay Thai.
His court proceedings continue one, but it is important to note that Buakaw's contract with Thai Fight has ended, according to his Facebook page.
Outcome of today's proceedings in the Civil Court at Ratchadapisek - there will be another session to hear the decision on whether this lawsuit will be handled by the Civil Court or the Central Intellectual Property & International Trade Court. Buakaw also announced through his lawyer that he has officially terminated his contract with Thai Fight...
That does indeed mean that he is free to fight for MAX Muay Thai, as opposed to just doing exhibitions. The rumor that has been shooting around over the past few days revolves around a possible agreement between MAX and GLORY which would focus on putting Buakaw in the big fights that we want to see him in, including a possible Petrosyan fight in either Asia or Italy, and then Buakaw involved in the next 70kg GLORY tournament, which is what fans have been begging for now for a while.Add a comment
GLORY 10 Los Angeles is set for September 28th, which for most of us, feels very far away. It will feature a one-night, four-man tournament at 187lbs featuring some of the best in the business and of course, there will be some incredible super fights to top it off. If you've yet to get the fever for Glory 10 you should definitely check out this promo video that they released today, as it should be able to help a little bit.Add a comment
Whenever the name Buakaw comes up people want to know if and when he'll sign with GLORY, when the reality is that his life is far more complicated than just signing a new contract now, and has been for a while. Buakaw Banchamek, formerly Buakaw Por. Pramuk, has had his life become very public over the last year or so, with his struggles against former camp Por. Pramuk and then with former promoter in Thai Fight. Now he is fighting for MAX Muay Thai, although he hasn't been able to "fight" due to a court case against Thai Fight.
Buakaw has instead been fighting demo fights, which means just exhibitions that don't count as legitimate fights towards his record, but still have him involved in the show to put butts in the seats. In a way it is kind of brilliant, if not kind of obnoxious.
Well, according to this photo from MAX Muay Thai's Facebook page, Buakaw can now fight for them, possibly on the August event in China.Add a comment
Enfusion Live is back with another event tomorrow, in Tenerife, Spain. There's been some changes to the original fight card, with Andy Souwer no longer fighting. He was originally scheduled to fight Maximo Suarez.
Suarez will end up facing Duoli Chen. Souwer will be at the event, but for a different reason. His teammate Josh Jauncey will be taking on Enfusion's 70kg champion David Calvo. Also at 70kg will be Abraham Roqueni once again in action, against hometown fighter Elam Ngor.
Enfusion Live is also putting one of their world titles on the line at 90kg, between Wendell Roche and Moises Ruibal.
70kg: David Calvo vs. Josh Jauncey
70kg: Abraham Roqueni vs. Elam Ngor
HW: Moises Baute vs. Luis Morais
54kg: Iman Barlow vs. Eva Naranja
70kg: Maximo Suarez vs. Duoli Chen
90kg: Wendell Roche vs. Moises RuibalAdd a comment