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Check Out This Enfusion Live Highlight

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Enfusion Live are doing some cool things in Europe of late, which is always a good thing to hear, by putting on some really entertaining cards with some up-and-coming names in the Kickboxing and Muay Thai world. The only real shame is that they are kind of hard to catch if you are outside of Western Europe, but you can't fault them for that, right? If you are starving for some Enfusion Live action check out this highlight from their recent December 1st event which featured some pretty awesome looking fights.

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Weekend Results: SuperKombat WGP Final Elimination

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SuperKombat continued their deluge of events with this weekends SuperKombat World Grand Prix Final Elimination event in Romania. This event saw four spots for SuperKombat's World Grand Prix tournament solidified as winners of tournaments past squared off for a spot in the SuperKombat World Grand Prix Finals. Of course it wouldn't be a big SuperKombat event without some big Romanian names thrown into the mix, with both Raul Catinas and Catalin Morosanu in action, picking up solid wins.

  • 1. SUPERKOMBAT® New Heroes Middleweight Title Eliminator – Middleweight Bout (-71.00kg)
  • Amansio Paraschiv (Romania) won by TKO in Round 2 (0:00) against Mohamed Ben Ali (Tunisia)
  • 2. Final Elimination / Spot 1 – Heavyweight Bout (+96.00kg)
  • Giannis Stoforidis (Greece) won by TKO in Round 3 (2:58) against Mathieu Kongolo (Belgium)
  • 3. Final Elimination / Spot 2 – Heavyweight Bout (+96.00kg)
  • Frank Munoz (Spain) won by Split Decision against Muamer Tufekcic (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • 4. Final Elimination / Spot 3 – Heavyweight Bout (+96.00kg)
  • Redouan Cairo (Suriname) won by Unanimous Decision against Jegish Yegoian (Armenia)
  • 5. Final Elimination / Spot 4 – Heavyweight Bout (+96.00kg)
  • D’Angelo Marshall (Suriname) won by KO in Round 2 (0:20) against Pacome Assi (Ivory Coast)
  • 6. SUPERKOMBAT® Super Cruiserweight Title Eliminator / Spot 2 – Super Cruiserweight Bout (-95.00kg)
  • Ondrej Hutnik (Czech Republic) won by TKO in Round 2 (2:05) against Massinissa Hamaili (Algeria)
  • 7. SUPERKOMBAT® Cruiserweight Title Eliminator – Cruiserweight Bout (-92.00kg)
  • Igor Bugaenko (Belarus) won by Unanimous Decision against Jorge Loren (Spain)
  • 8. Super Fight – Heavyweight Bout (+96.00kg)
  • Raul Catinas (Romania) won by KO in Round 1 (1:40) against Ricardo Van Den Bos (Netherlands)
  • 9. Super Fight – Heavyweight Bout (+96.00kg)
  • Catalin Morosanu (Romania) won by KO in Round 1 (2:20) against Daniel Lentie (Cameroon)

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Photo of the Day: Jon Jones Helps Badr Hari Celebrate

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This weekend's LEGEND 2: Invasion was a great example of a promotion that shows a lot of promise but still needs to work out the kinks in their production. Crazy T-100 NFL rappers with cheerleaders is cool and all, but having such things happen in between what felt like every fight tends to make everything drag on a bit too much. That's just me, though, maybe that is what Russian fans are really into, my finger isn't on the pulse of the Russian people.

Anyway, Jon Jones was paid a lot of money to fly out to LEGEND 2: Invasion, put on a seminar at the owner's gym and then basically hang out for a week. This resulted in Jon Jones photobombs of all kinds including this one of Jon Jones awkwardly dancing to help Badr Hari celebrate his victory with the Mike's Gym crew post-fight. If I were a young, inebriated UFC Light Heavyweight Champion I'd probably be doing the same thing.

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LEGEND 2: Invasion Live Results

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Jesus christ this show. I don't even know what to say about LEGEND at this point. If you've been watching this, you know what I'm saying, as they've apparently spent over $3 million in making this show happen, yet they are publicly sharing links to Firstrow.eu to watch the event. This is the conundrum of LEGEND, which makes this whole thing just fascinating to watch. This show features a one-night tournament as well as Badr Hari because why not?

*Zabit Samedov was pulled from the tournament finals due to a cut.

  • 1. Tournament Reserve Bout
  • Agron Preteni (R3 - Dec.) Andrei Stoica
  • 2. Superfight:
  • Chingiz Allazov (R3 - Dec.) Warren Stevelmans
  • 3. Superfight:
  • Eduard Vartanyan (R3 - Dec.) Florent Betorangal
  • 4. Tournament:
  • Zabit Samedov (R3 - Dec.) Melvin Manhoef
  • 5. Tournament:
  • Pavel Zhuravlev (R1 - KO) Sahak ‘Hak’ Parparyan
  • 6. Superfight (MMA):
  • Alexander Yakovlev (R3 - Dec.) Paul Daley
  • 7. Superfight:
  • Badr Hari (R3 - Dec.) Alexey Ignashov
  • 8. Tournament Finals:
  • Pavel Zhuravlev (R2 - TKO) Agron Preteni*
  • 9. Superfight (MMA):
  • Alexey Oleinik (R1 - Submission) Mirko ‘Cro Cop’ Filipovic
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