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Full Card for May 24th's SuperKombat Event

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This Saturday, May 24th in Constanta, Romania SuperKombat will present their next edition of their World Grand Prix series. This event will feature a four-man, one night Light Heavyweight tournament with four promising Light Heavyweights. The event also features fights from SuperKombat standouts Cristian Ristea and Sebastian Ciobanu. The event will air on Sport.ro in Romania at 10:00PM EEST time and 9pm CEST time on EuroSport.

  • 1. Semifinal 1 – Light Heavyweight Bout (-81 kg)
  • Miles Simson (Suriname) vs. Miljan Vidovic (Serbia)
  • 2. Semifinal 2 – Light Heavyweight Bout (-85 kg)
  • Jamie Bates (United Kingdom) vs. Flavius Boiciuc (Romania)
  • 3. Super Fight – Light Heavyweight Bout (-85 kg)
  • Aristote Quitusisa (Angola) vs. Daniel Alexandru (Romania)
  • 4. Super Fight – Cruiserweight Bout (-92 kg)
  • Micky Terrill (United Kingdom) vs. Danut Hurduc (Romania)
  • 5. Super Fight – Cruiserweight Bout (-91 kg)
  • Christian Brorhilker (Germany) vs. Cristian Ristea (Romania)
  • 6. Super Fight – Middleweight Bout (-71 kg)
  • Rangel Ivanov (Bulgaria) vs. Amansio Paraschiv (Romania)
  • 7. Super Fight – Super Cruiserweight Bout (-95 kg)
  • Jallon Corentin (France) vs. Sebastian Ciobanu (Romania)
  • 8. Final – Light Heavyweight Bout (-81 kg)
  • Winner of Semifinal 1 vs. Winner of Semifinal 2

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The Main Event on June 7th Brings Harrison vs. Wooten

On June 7th in Bolton, England The Main Event will go down, a Muay Thai card featuring Greg Wooten vs. Liam Harrison, as well as a few other big name British fighters participating as well. Here is a look at the card as it stands right now;

  • Liam Harrison vs Greg Wootton
  • Panicos Yusuf vs Darren O'Connor
  • Reece Mcallister vs Brad Stanton
  • Carlos Degraca vs Darren Howieson
  • Chad '2Slick' Sugden vs Nathan Epps
  • Andrew Lofthouse vs Keith McLachlan
  • Mark Skeer vs Aaron Turner
  • Daitan Jackson vs Solomon Wickstead

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JCVD's The Kickboxer Being Remade with GSP and Bastista

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I feel like the title alone and how instrumental the Jean-Claude Van Damme movies were in the 80's into making Kickboxing a more popular sport here in the United States warrants coverage, but damn, they are remaking The Kickboxer. This is really a classic film in the world of martial arts, Kickboxing specifically. It featured Dennis Alexio as JCVD's brother, who was training and fighting in Thailand before he ran into the devious Thai Boxer Tong Po, who crippled him. This led JCVD on a mission of revenge and to learn Muay Thai.

What wasn't to like about it?

Now it looks like it is being remade with an interesting cast of characters to back it up. Alain Moussi will be the lead actor, best known for his marital arts-based stunt work in big budget films like Pacific Rim, White House Down, Brick Houses and many others. Hong Kong actor/producer/director Steven Fung will be directing the remake. It sounds like they change things up a little bit, with Eric (the Dennis Alexio character) being murdered by Tong Po, but hey, why not, right?

The film is also set to feature former UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre as well as WWE wrestler Batista (Dave Bautista), although it isn't clear which roles they will play. I'd have to say that Batista would make for a convincing Tong Po, wouldn't you agree.?

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Dutch Film About Kickboxing and Crime Heading to the US

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The Netherlands are known for being one of the homes of modern day Kickboxing, with a lot of the best fighters and gyms in the world coming from the Dutch people. One of the things that we don't like to talk about are the links to organized crime that have been whispered about for years. It's one of the chief reasons that Kickboxing in major cities in the Netherlands has had such a tough time over the past few years. How big of a deal is the organized crime world being involved with Kickboxing?

Dutch filmmaker Jim Taihuttu released the film "Wolf" last year in the Netherlands, which is centered upon a Dutch Kickboxer who works his way up the ranks of the local scene where he falls into a world of organized crime. You follow Maj-id on his journey from a grey, unidentifiable Dutch suburb into the shady underworld that surrounds Kickboxing and apparently it will be coming to US shores soon! The film is due out on May 23rd and has garnered a good deal of critical acclaim already.

Truly some interesting timing as Kickboxing has been picking up here Stateside, with many aware that some of the top talent come from the Netherlands. Now it looks like fans will get a glimpse into the rest of the world of Dutch Kickboxing.

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