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K-1 World MAX 2013 Final 16 Live Results

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Today is the day! The K-1 World MAX 2013 Final 16 goes down live from Palma de Mallorca, Spain live at 3:00PM Eastern time here in the United States. The event is the Final 16 of this year's K-1 World MAX tournament, which means eight tournament bouts are set for the card, featuring Andy Souwer vs. Yasuhiro Kido, Buakaw Banchamek vs. David Calvo, Enrico Kehl vs. Henri Van Opstal and more! Tune in live, right here on LiverKick or via Epicentre.tv. Either way you do it, the event is absolutely free of charge!

We'll be bringing you live updates from the event so keep refreshing LiverKick!

K-1 MAX Reserve Bout: Christopher Mena (R3 - Dec.) Chad Sugden - They were closely matched up throughout the first two rounds, but Mena scored a knockdown in the third round which secured the decision for him.

Final 16: Maximo Suarez (R3 - Dec.) Miodrag Olar - Damn, this was just an all-out war. Olar fought very hard, with super heavy hands but Suarez had technique on his side.

Final 16: Buakaw Banchamek (R1 - TKO) David Calvo - What a demolition! Buakaw knocked Calvo down early with a devastating punch to the liver, only for Calvo to stand back up, then get hit with another and was unable to answer the ref!

Final 16: Lee Sung-Hyun (R3 - Dec.) Charles Francois - Lee got a solid knockdown in the first round which helped to dictate the pace of the fight. Francois had a stronger second round, but Lee took the third round easily.

Final 16: Shane Campbell (R1 - KO) Wallace Lopes - Wow, Shane Campbell. Wallace Lopes missed weight and was docked a point but it didn't matter as a kick to the liver (YEAH!) put Lopes down and kept him down.

Final 16: Enriko Kehl (R3 - Dec.) Henri van Opstal - Close, competitive fight. Van Opstal took the first round, but Kehl came back in the second round with the body shots that did some damage, following up with the same stuff in round three for the win.

Final 16: Zhou ZhiPeng (R3 - Dec.) Joey Pagluiso - One of those down and dirty fights that saw a lot of clinching from both sides. Pagliuso was given a yellow card in round three which made it clear that the fight would go in the way of Zhou.

Final 16: Elam Ngor (R3 - KO) Ismat Aghazade - Another ugly fight with Aghazade getting a yellow card for clinching. Ngor landed a body punch and low kick that put Ismat down, with him unable to answer the ref's count in time.

Final 16: Andy Souwer (R3 - Dec.) Yasuhiro Kido - This fight was a lot closer than most would have expected, with Souwer being in control most of the bout but Kido landing some really clean shots. A cut was open over Souwer's eye and it was inspected, but he was cleared to finish the bout.

K-1 World Grand Prix Qualifier: Frank Munoz (R3 - Dec.) Damien Garcia - God, this fight was AWFUL.

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Mike Zambidis Wins at SUPERKOMBAT VIP Edition

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This weekend was a double shot of SUPERKOMBAT, with the first event being of the SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes persuasion, while the second night was a bigger event by the way of SUPERKOMBAT VIP Edition, featuring Mike Zambidis in a SUPERKOMBAT Championship fight. It was a big weekend for the SUPERKOMBAT crew as they announce that they are on Fight Now TV here in the United States as well as the signing of K-1 Heavyweight Jarrell "Big Baby" Miller, as well as crowning Mike Zambidis as their 71kg Championship.

Here are the results from SUPERKOMBAT VIP Edition;

  • Mike Zambidis def Harun Kina via UD
  • Miodrag Olar (Romania) def Alexandros Chatzichronoglou (Greece) via UD
  • Cedric Manhoef (Suriname) def Alexandru Popescu (Romania) via UD
  • Bogdan Stanciu (Romania) def Kevin Heselink (Holland) via UD
  • Cristian Spetcu (Romania) def Florin Abrudan (Romania) via TKO 2

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The Stoica Brothers Earn a Pair of Finishes at SUPERKOMBAT Targoviste

If there are two names on the SUPERKOMBAT roster I wouldn't mind seeing a lot more of, it would certainly be the high-flying Stoica brothers, Andrei and Bogdan.


Some of the most talented Romanian kickboxers in the game, the brothers competed side-by-side on SUPERKOMBAT's latest "New Heroes" event in Târgoviște. Easily the biggest and most technically skilled names on the card, Bogdan and Andrei took on Marsan Yohan and Zinedine Hameur Lain, respectively.

Bogdan made short work of his opponent, cutting Yohan with a flying knee only seconds into the first round. The ref called a stop to the fight moments later.

Andrei's fight lasted longer, but was equally one sided. The older Stoica brother abused Hameur Lain for 2 and half rounds, dropping his opponent with a nasty body shot in the second and pounding his arm with blistering left kicks throughout. Just when it looked like the Romanian would be content to coast to a unanimous decision victory, Andrei unleashed a brutal right hand that put Hameur Lain down and out for good.

I'd like both Andrei and Bogdan to face a step-up in competition in the near future, considering they've been absolutely plowing through mostly everyone SUPERKOMBAT has put in front of them. While Bogdan no doubt needed a warm-up fight or two after coming back from a nearly career ending moto accident, it's relatively clear he's leagues above the level of talent he's been facing.

You can check out the two finishes below, and expect ful results from Targoviste later in the day.

 

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Benjamin Adegbuyi Defeats Ismael Londt at Slamm IV

SlammSlamm held their last big event, Slamm!! Soema Na Basi IV yesterday in Suriname which featured a few fights of note, with the biggest being the main event between Slamm's Ismael Londt and Romania's Benjamin Adegbuyi. Adegbuyi has really burst onto the scene over the last few years, fighting some really legitimate competition and holding his own. This fight was no different, as this was arguably one of the biggest fights of his young career. Adegbuyi was the aggressor throughout the fight, landing a hard shot in the first round that had Londt reeling but the referee didn't count as a down. The third round was the real deciding factor, as a left hook sent Londt crashing to the canvas, proving to be the biggest shot of the fight. Londt fought hard, though, and was able to get up, but not able to score any significant blows before the fight ended.

The big win for Adegbuyi helps to propel his career even further now, with a win over a top ten Heavyweight. Here are more results from the event, courtesy of the MixFight forums.

1. A +95 kg 3x3 Ismael “Mr. Pain” Londt (Suriname) vs Benny Adegbuyi (Roemenië) WOP
2. MMA Pro 75 kg Victor “Tigri” Kuku (Angola) WOP vs Djamil Chan (China/Suriname)
3. A 70 kg 3x3 Cedric Manhoef (Suriname) WOP vs Mika Tahitu (Molukken)
4. A 82,5 kg 3x3 Darryl Sichtman (Suriname) WOP vs Fernando Groenhart (Nederland)
5. A 95 Kg 3x3 Dangelo Marshall (Suriname) WOP vs Nedd Evan (Aruba)
6. C 78 Kg 3x3 Valentino Brunswijk (Suriname) vs Marciano Bhoegwandas (Suriname) WOP

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