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Video: Buakaw vs. Abdoul Toure

Buakaw returned to the ring today in Leicester, England in the first fight since his debacle that included his "retirement," legal battles with Por Pramuk and was just a huge mess in general. Finally though, Buakaw is free of all that and today he took on Abdoul Toure of France at Thai Fight. In short, Buakaw is back. Check out the video of his fight.

 

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Golden Glory TV: Kickboxing History At It's Showtime

Yesterday, as you probably know, it was announced that It's Showtime was acquired by GLORY and that GLORY became the definite number one kickboxing organization in the world. Simon Rutz gave a speech about the acquisition, detailing everything that's gone on over the years and how now everything will change, and it's true as this changes the global kickboxing landscape forever. Golden Glory TV was at the scene and got some footage from the brains and the men with the money behind GLORY, like Pierre Andurand. Bas Boon, Pierre Andurand and others in on the deal talk about what this means with GLORY now being the number one kickboxing organization in the world. Pierre Andurand even brings out his inner fan of the sport, saying he'd like to see fights like Tyrone Spong vs. Gokhan Saki. Check out the video.

 

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SuperKombat July 7 Promo Video

SuperKombat is holding their third show of the year on July 7 in Varna, Bulgaria and it features a number of good heavyweight fights with the likes of Ismael Londt, Alexey Ignashov, Freddy Kemayo, Raul Catinas and Catalin Morosanu, just to name a few. As usual, there will be a four man tournament, with the winner qualifying for the year end SuperKombat World Grand Prix Final.

SuperKombat have been utilizing social media a lot more recently, and they've continued to do it by releasing a promo video for the event on July 7. Check it out.

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Watch John Wayne Parr's Amazing Retirement KO Over Jordan Tai

It is impossible not to respect John Wayne Parr and the career that he has had. We, as fans fully support his decision to retire from fighting and understand that injuries catch up and after a while your body stops doing what it used to do. Hell, JWP told us after the fight that he broke his finger again, the same one as before that left him sidelined, in the first punch of the fight. That being said, he put up footage from the fourth round of his retirement fight, and I'll be damned if he looked slow or like he had a broken anything.

If you have a Twitter account, go ahead and send some well wishes to @JohnWayneParr

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