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EM Legend 13 Card Featuring Saenchai and More

EM Legend will be holding their next event on October 15th at Emei Mountain, featuring a mixed card of muay thai and kickboxing bouts, including a one-night 65kg kickboxing tournament.

The event, in coordination with Thai Fight, will be broadcast live in Thailand on Channel 3, then in China it airs on Sichuan TV every Monday at 11:30 PM.

65kg Muay Thai: Victor Pinto vs. Zhang ChengLong

65kg Muay Thai: Saenchai vs. Jonathan Tuhu

75kg Muay Thai: Tengnueng vs. Erik Massion

68kg Muay Thai: PTT Petrchrungrueng vs. Christ Axelsson

70kg Muay Thai: Denphanom vs. Tukhtaboev

68kg Muay Thai: Payak Samui vs. Tagaev

75kg Muay Thai: Youssef Boughanem vs. Ahmed Aushev

73kg Muay Thai: Sudsakorn vs. Islam

63kg Muay Thai: Han ZiHao vs. Fridavs

60kg Kickboxing: Zhu Xu vs. Santi

59kg Kickboxing: Chen ChangLin vs. Motoaki Takahashi

67kg Kickboxing: Sun QianKun vs. Liang YuanHao

80kg Kickboxing: Pavel Turuk vs. Wei GaoJie

65kg Kickboxing World Championship Tournament: Sanchez Rodriguez vs. Wang Kang

65kg Kickboxing World Championship Tournament: Bian Denix vs. Fu QingNan

65kg Kickboxing World Championship Tournament Finals


Fight Card for KNOCK OUT vol.0 on December 5th

Japanese promotion KNOCK OUT will be making its debut on December 5th at the Tokyo Dome City Hall in Tokyo, Japan. The event by the new promotion, that looks to take on the world of kickboxing by storm, will be featuring a few huge bouts, including Takuya "T-98" Imamura against Yuichiro "Jienotsu" Nagashima, Keisuke Miyamoto against Masahide Kudo and more.

KNOCK OUT vol.0 5.12.2016


Genji Umeno(35W.7L.3D) vs TBA

Tenshin Nasukawa(16W) vs TBA

takuya Imamura(31W.13L.4D) vs Youichiro "Jienotsu" Nagashima(33W.15L.1D)

Yosuke Morii(35W.7L.3D) vs Yodwandee Nitisamui(140W.41L.2D)

Haruaki Otsuki(37W.8L) vs Starboy

Keisuke Miyamoto(23W.9L.5D) vs Masahide Kudo(13W.4L.2D)


W5 Grand Prix: Legends in Prague Results: Cosmo Wins Big

W5 held their Legends in Prague event on Saturday, featuring a 75kg tournament, two European title fights and a few bigger fights that dazzled their live audience. Tomas Hron was able to defeat Andrei Stoica in the main event via decision in what is a huge win for Hron at this stage in his career. Ondrej Hutnik defeated Catalin Morosanu, who has been on a bit of a slide of late.

Cosmo Alexandre took home the tournament trophy after a win over Darryl Sichtman, followed by a win over Matous Kohout to take home the championship. Alim Nabiev heads home with the W5 European Welterweight Championship and Vlad Tuinov with the -71kg Championship.

W5 Grand Prix: Legends in Prague

Tomáš Hron (R3 - Decision) Andrei Stoica 

Pyramid World Title Tournament Final: Cosmo Alexandre (R3 - Decision) Matous Kohout

Ondřej Hutník (R3 - Decision) Cătălin Moroşanu 

W5 European Welterweight Championship: Alim Nabiev (R3 - Decision) Vladimir Moravicik 

W5 European -71kg Championship: Vlad Tuinov (R3 - TKO) Erkan Varol 

Freddy Kemayo (R3 - KO) Jan Soukup 

Ibragim El Bouni (R1 - TKO) Dževad Poturak 

Jiri Zak (R1 - TKO) Petr Ondrus 

75kg Tournament: Matous Kohout (R3 - Decision) Berat Aliu

75kg Tournament: Cosmo Alexandre (Ext.R - Decision) Darryl Sichtman

Nikola Cimesa (R3 - Decision) Martin Gano 

Anatoli Hunanyan (Ext.R - Decision) Jasmin Bajrovic 

Michael Krcmar (R1 - TKO) Segey Chadin 

Ilsury Hendrikse (R3 - Decision) Michaela Kerlehova 

Matej Penaz (R3 - Decision) Patrik Vidakovics 

Andrej Kedves (R3 - Decision) Jakub Krofta 


Giorgio Petrosyan Faces Off With Jordan Watson in Bellator Kickboxing This December

While we've known for a while that Giorgio Petrosyan will be making his Bellator Kickboxing debut this December in Firenze, his opponent has remained unknown. That is, until now. Bellator has confirmed to LiverKick that Giorgio Petrosyan's first test inside of the Bellator ring will be against none other than British muay thai standout Jordan Watson. The two were scheduled to clash earlier this year until Watson was forced to pull out due to injury.

Watson is coming off of a victory over Sanny Dahlbeck earlier this year in the Yokkao ring and has been one of the names to help put the UK on the map over the past few years, participating in wars with fighters like Dahlbeck, Sitthichai, Saiyok, Khem, Steve Moxon, Aikpracha, Yodsanklai and more. This will prove to be an interesting test for Petrosyan.

Petrosyan took some time off after his loss to Andy Ristie in December of 2013 and since his return has been fighting, but the toughest test that he's had has been the young Josh Jauncey. Watson will be a great litmus test to see where the Greatest of All-Time stands currently and fans should welcome the chance to once again see the Doctor do what he does best. 


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