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Watch Bloodstain Lane Talk It's Showtime

Let's be honest, love him or hate him, Bloodstain Lane is a guy that talks and people pay attention to him. His passion for Kickboxing is a very welcome addition to the world of kickboxing and his latest video goes into detail on his thoughts on last weekend's huge It's Showtime card. The first part of the video is where he runs down his thoughts on Gokhan Saki, Badr Hari and how insanely brutal Daniel Ghita's knockout was on Hesdy Gerges.


Photo of the Day: Daniel Ghita, Heavyweight Champion

As we always say, a picture says a thousand words, and for Daniel Ghita, he has reached the top of the mountain for the current Heavyweight Kickboxing landscape. The hope now is that Glory get their tournaments underway and get the biggest names in Kickboxing like they promised and that we can see Daniel Ghita involved in that. It wouldn't make sense to exclude him at this point.

Ghita Champion


Translation of Simon Rutz's Video Address

If you have been keeping up with the lastest drama behind It's Showtime and the Netherlands you know that there is a lot going on right now. There is a law in the Netherlands, BIBOB, that aims to prevent criminal activity by limiting businesses with known criminal connections and forcing them to jump through hoops. Over the past few years It's Showtime has been linked (we are making no claims to authenticity here) with the likes of the Hell's Angels, who purchase VIP tables and make appearances at events. They also have sponsored It's Showtime after parties within the Netherlands that get promoted as "official." These events caught the eye of the mayor of Amsterdam, who last year turned his eye towards Kickboxing and MMA events as being connected with organized crime and the rest is history.

Simon Rutz put together a video statement that aired at the weigh-ins for the media and then aired after the prelims aired on the stream, and for us who do not speak Dutch, we were sort of left in the dark. Thankfully, we have some fantastic readers out there. This translation was provided by Sebastiaan Tauran, with some corrections done as needed by us.


Badr Hari Drops Gokhan Saki Three Times in Impressive Performance at It's Showtime 55

Saki/BadrThis is the fight that everyone has been anxiously awaiting. Badr Hari fought a grand total of once last year, and it wasn’t much of a fight. Since then he has decided to look to the world of Heavyweight Boxing and this could be his last fight in Kickboxing. Saki has had similar rumors surrounding him, but he wants to Kickbox, it is his passion.

The atmosphere is absolutely electric as Saki comes out to an energetic entrance, getting everyone on their feet, and then Badr Hari comes out through the crowd again and the crowd are all on their feet, on their chairs, rushing the guard rail. Another event where they have to tell fans to go back to their seats so they can start the fight.

Saki looks to come in quick with a low kick while Hari starting off slow with Saki moving in and out. Saki actually lands an unintentional takedown on Hari and both men are just measuring each other now. Badr is looking for a home run with his hands while Saki is looking to wait it out and pick his shots. Saki pushes in and Hari lands a knee, then a HUGE uppercut lands from Hari! Saki is down! Saki gets up! Saki goes for a Leko Buster but misses. Hari with a right hand! Saki goes down! Saki looking to slow the fight down but a right uppercut form Badr puts Saki down for a third and final time!

Amazing performance by Badr Hari, looking focused and controlled. This is the Badr Hari that has won the world over and the Badr Hari that we don’t want to see leaving kickboxing.

Badr Hari wins via TKO in R1.


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