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Michael Manaquil Takes Road 2 GLORY USA Tournament


Last night's Road 2 GLORY USA event went off without a hitch as famous trainer Duke Roufus teamed up with GLORY to present yet another Road 2 GLORY USA tournament, this time featuring Lightweight fighters. The tournament saw recognizable names such as Michael Manaquil, Muhsin Corbbrey and Cyrus Washington partake, with Manaquil taking the whole tournament, but it was not without surprises. Troy Sheridan was the breakaway star to emerge as he made it all the way to the Finals defeating Cyrus Washington and Jose Palacios before dropping a tough decision to Manaquil.

Manaquil went through Jameel Massouh and Muhsin Corbbrey before defeating Sheridan in the Finals.

Road 2 GLORY USA Milwaukee

Quarterfinal Round:

Michael Mananquil def. Jameel Massouh via split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)

Muhsin Corbbrey def. Dustin Johnson via unanimous decision (28-27, 30-27, 30-26)

Jose Palacios def. Ben Yelle via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Troy Sheridan def. Cyrus Washington via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)


Semifinal Round:

Michael Mananquil def. Muhsin Corbbrey via KO – Round 3 (:46)

Troy Sheridan def. Jose Palacios via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)


Championship Round:

Michael Mananquil def. Troy Sheridan via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)


Reserve Bout:

Jon Henderson def. Gustavo Rodriguez via KO – Round 2 (2:20)


Felipe Micheletti wins the Superkombat New Heroes 4 Man Tournament in Brazil

In another packed Saturday of stand up fighting, the action moved to Brazil, where WGP Kickboxing played host to a 4 man Heavyweight tournament in which the winner qualified for a place on the Superkombat roster. Also on the card, Superkombat veteran, Miodrag Olar, was set to take on former MMA fighter and Bellator veteran, Thiago Michel, and fan favorite Sandro Pereira fought for the 85 kg Brazilian Title against Cesar Almeida.  

In the opening rounds of the heavyweight tournament Felipe Micheletti won a hard fought decision against Argentina's Rogelio Ortiz, and Brazil's Edson Lima took out Robson Rocha by KO in the second round. Michelliti and Lima met in the finals, with Michelliti primarily back-pedalling and landing hard shots to the chin of Lima, who ambled forward swinging at air. In the first and third round Edson seemed a hair's breadth away from tumbling to the canvas. After 3, it was Micheletti who had his hand raised, and was awarded a place among the Superkombat Heavyweight roster.

On the other half of the card, Thiago Michel won a lackluster decision over Miodrag Olar. The Brazilian clearly outweighed the smaller Olar, pushing him around the ring and dominating in a display of brute strength and size. The other big fight was far more entertaining. Home-town hero Sandro Pereira put on a show of shows against Cesar Almeida in a knock down, drag out, balls to the walls 5-round throwdown. The two Brazilians opened up in the first, deciding during the first thirty seconds to stand in front each other and throw everything they had at full power while eating punches with a smile. To the delight of the fans, Pereira began to pull from Almeida in the later rounds, eventually coming away with the unanimous decision and the 85 kilogram belt. 

Full Results

Semifinal #1: Fillipe Micheletti def. Rogelio Ortiz by KO (Liver Kick) in Round 2

Semifinal #2: Edson Lima def. Robson Rocha by KO in Rd. 2

Final: Fillipe Micheletti def. Edson Lima by Decision

Thiago Michel def. Miodrag Olar by Decision

85 kg Brazilian Title Fight: Sandro Pereira def. Cesar Almeida by Decision 


Lion Fight 8 Live Results

Lion Fight 8 kicks off today, and Liverkick will be there to provide live updates throughout the show. 

The card's main event will feature Yodsanklai Fairtex taking on prominent French nak muay Gregory Choplin. In the co-main event Tiffany "Time-Bomb" Van Soest squares off against Alexis Rufus. Also on the card, Kevin Ross will be making his long-awaited return against Chris Kwiatkowski.

The event kicks off in North American at 10 PM ET/ 7 PM PT, and will be airing live on AXS TV. Follow me @SandersonSensei on twitter for live updates. Click here for the full card.


Josh Shepard def. Damien Early by Split Decision (unaired)

Jason Andrada def. Cody Moberly by KO in Rd. 1 (unaired)

Malaipet Sasiprasa def. Vishnu Galati by TKO (leg kicks) in Rd. 2

Vivian Leung def. Kate McGray by Unanimous Decision

Shane Campbell def. Remy Bonnel by Unanimous Decision

Kevin Ross def. Chris Kwiatkowski by Unanimous Decision

Co-Main Event: Tiffany Van Soest def. Alexis Rufus by TKO in Rd. 4 (Headkick and punches)

 Yodsanklai Fairtex def. Gregory Choplin by KO in Rd. 3


Muay Thai at the Mecca 2: Live Results From New York City

Evening everyone, I'm sitting here ringside at Madison Square Garden, 30 minutes before the fight's supposed to go down. Good stuff is about to happen, as 13 kickboxing fights are about to happen here in the heart of New York City. Muay Thai and a "full K1 rules" event are pretty much guaranteed to have some blistering knockouts and wild action.

Check back here at the bottom of this fanpost for live results and pictures as the action goes down, as I'll be updating constantly.


The main event features two of America's best current Muay Thai combatants, Cyrus Washington and Chike Lindsay. Hardcore MMA fans might also recognize UFC vet Ryan Madigan, who lost to Tamdan McRory back at UFC 96, Jackson vs. Jardine. Check out the highlight video of Cyrus and combination interview/highlight video of Chike:

Results after the break.


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