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Results From Emei Legends Event in China: Grigorian and Boynazarov Win

This weekend in Chengdu Emei Legends in China held their 9th event, this one looking to aim bigger with a few bigger name, international kickboxing stars. There was a one-night, 65kg tournament that saw Guade Tarnaki pick up the victory. Anvar Boynazarov defeated Maykol Yurk in a "GLORY Ranked Bout" and the big news was Marat Grigorian knocked out Steve Moxon in the first round.

Tournament: Guade Tarnaki (R3 - Decision) Tanaka Horoki --- 65kg

Tournament: RAMIL NOVRUZOV (R3 - Decision) Jamal --- 65kg

Antoine Habash (R3 - Decision) Zhang Chenglong---63kg

ANVAR (R1 - TKO) Maykol Yurk----65 kg

Wijit Khladsong defeats Yang Yulong----67kg

Kem Sitsongpeenong defeats Umar Samte----70kg

Liu Lei (R1 - TKO) Minato Yoshiki----70kg

Matsukura Shintaro defeats Naimjon Tulabeav----70kg

Magomedov (R? - TKO) Iqusan Kor Rungthankakeat -----70kg

Marat Grigorian (R1 - KO) Steve Moxon ---70kg

Han Feilong defeats TOYOKI ASAKURA ----75kg

Han Kaihu defeats Javad ----75kg

Tournament Final: Guade Tarnaki (R3 - Decision) RAMIL NOVRUZOV----65kg

 

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FFC Makes Its US Debut With a Bang: Brestovac Scores KO Victory

(C) FFC

Last night in Daytona Beach, Florida FFC made their US debut with a joint MMA and kickboxing event. The kickboxing side was headlined by Croatian fighter, recently a GLORY title contender, Mladen Brestovac, taking on US fighter Steven Banks. Banks has been living and training out of Thailand of late, mostly competing in China, so the trip back to the US was a rarity for the fighter. It was a tough fight for both fighters but the signature head kick of Brestovac was simply too much for Banks, with it ending in the second round via TKO.

Mladen Brestovac (CRO) def. Steven Banks (USA), TKO (highkick), R2, 2:42

Tigran Movsisyan (ARM) def. Jovan Davis (USA), Unanimous decision

Michael Stripling (USA) def. John Morehouse (USA), Unanimous decision

Michael Stevens (USA) def. Cyrus Washington (USA), Unanimous decision

Kit Ruddock (USA) def. Robert Mosier (USA), Unanimous decision

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Card for Muay Thai Grand Prix 5 Featuring John Wayne Parr

Muay Thai Grand Prix will hold their 5th event on Saturday, June 11th at the Indigo O2 in London, headlined by an international clash between muay thai legend John Wayne Parr and Pavlos Kaponis. The rest of the card features a string of Muay Thai Grand Prix championship bouts, with the Welterweight, Featherweight and Bantamweight titles all on the line.

Muay Thai Grand Prix 5

Official Full Fight Card and Bout Order (Descending)

Saturday June 11th @ Indigo O2, London, UK

 

-Main Event-

John Wayne Parr (Boonchu Gym) V Pavlos Kaponis (Diamond Gym)

FTR – 74KG – 5×3

International Bout (Aus/Gre)

-MTGP Welterweight Title-

Charlie Peters (Double K) V Nauzet Trujillo (Shoothon Gym)

FTR – 66.6KG – 5×3

International Bout (Eng/Spa)

-MTGP Featherweight Title-

Matt Tieu (Team Tieu) V Kevin Vidal (Shoothon Gym)

FTR – 57KG – 5×3

International Bout (Eng/Spa)

-MTGP Bantamweight Title-

Dan McGowan (Team Tieu) V Samb Madiale (Veera Boxing)

FTR – 54KG – 5×3

International Bout (Eng/Fra)

-Main Card – Live UK TV-

Jamie Whelan (Double K) V Thibaud Duphil (Veera Boxing)

K1 – 58KG – 3×3

International Bout (Eng/Fra)

Bernise Alldis (Keddles/Double K) V Anaelle Angerville (Team Lions Thaïs)

FTR – 57KG – 5×3

International Bout (Eng/Fra)

Carlton Lieu (Team Tieu) V Benito Thamas (Spain)

FTR – 63KG – 5×3

International Bout (Eng/Spa)

Paul Barber (Double K) V Ian Houillebecq (Legions Gym)

FTR – 62KG – 5×3

Domestic Bout

Evan Jays (Double K/Team Tieu) V Jamie Ahern (SMTC)

FTR – 50KG – 5×3

International Bout (Eng/Sco)

Luke Whelan (Double K) V Fabio Barros (KO South)

K1 – 71KG – 3×3

Domestic Bout

Sevket Cerkez (Team Tieu) V Daniel Hardiman (Hertford Combat Academy)

FTR – 72KG – 5×3

Domestic Bout

James Toomey (Double K) V Liam Brough (Legions Gym)

FTR – 63KG – 5×3

Domestic Bout

-ISKA English Title-

Michael Pham (Team Tieu) V Micael Calunga (KO South)

B-Class – 68KG – 5×2

Domestic Bout

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Details on Enfusion Live's VOD Service and Enfusion Live 40 Fight Card

Enfusion has been giving away their content for a while now, but as most understand, giving stuff away for free without huge sponsorships isn't always the greatest business model. Enfusion will now make the move to a paid format for both their live events and their library. It's an interesting move in an age when digital networks and VOD subscriptions have become increasingly normal for companies with a big library. WWE has been slowly crawling to two million subscribers with their WWE Network, UFC has been acquiring content like crazy for UFC Fight Pass, but when it comes to smaller organizations it's never clear if this is the "right" or wrong move. 

Enfusion is charging 4.99 euros a month ($5.57) for a subscription to the library as well as 4.99 euros per live PPV event. From the time that I've been running a kickboxing site there have been promotions offering online PPVs that have looked to partner with us, outside of those crazy stacked early GLORY events none of them really sold anything. From the conversations that I've had with other people within the business they seem to agree that online PPVs simply do not sell. In this case, depending on the lag time between when Enfusion Live airs a live show and when they add it to their library, a patient fan could simply have a VOD subscription and be fine. So while I understand subscribing to the VOD service, I kind of wish that the live events were mixed in with it as well.

That being said, their introductory offers are generous, to say the least. For right now it's 4.99 euros for one month, 24.99 euros for six and 49.99 euros for twelve. As a part of this introductory offer, paying for one month gets you three months, paying for six gets you nine and paying for twelve gets you fifteen. If anything, this feels aimed at the hardcore Enfusion Live fan. So if that's you, then, well, you've already subscribed.

On top of that, Enfusion Live will be running their 40th numbered event this weekend in Spain.

Fightcard

Enfusion 80kg Championship Bout

Hichem El gaoui VS Rafael Carzola

 

Enfusion 72.5kg Championship Bout

Tayfun Ozcan VS Jonay Risco

 

Elam N Gor VS Philippe Salmon

Maximo Suarez VS Diogo Calado

David Rodriguez VS Emidio Barone

Rita Marrero VS Lizzie Largeilliere

Rafa Del Toro VS Gil Silva

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