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Sergei Lascenko Replaces Alexey Ignashov At SuperKombat Final Elimination Today

For the whole week there's been rumors of Sergei Lascenko replacing Alexey Ignashov, starting off with Thom Harinck stating that he was headed to Romania for Lascenko to fight Benjamin Adegbuyi. Ignashov was scheduled to fight Adegbuyi though, so a lot of confusion arose.

Today, albeit very close to the event, it's finally been confirmed that Lascenko will replace Ignashov. Ignashov was injured coming into this fight and was trying to hold out until the very last minute in order to recover and be ready for the fight but ultimately, he can't fight due to his injury. Sergei Lascenko will step in to fight Benjamin Adegbuyi in what is one of the four Final Elimination fights.

Interestingly enough, Lascenko was originally scheduled to fight Ismael Londt in one of the other Final Elimination fights, but pulled out of that fight because he hadn't recovered from his fight against Hesdy Gerges at the K-1 Final 16 last month.

SuperKombat Final Elimination is today and is live on Eurosport at 21:00 CET in Europe, which translates to 3PM ET/12PM PT in North America. We'll have live results as they happen. Here's the full fight card:

Super Fight (+96 kg)
1.Dimitry Bezus (Russia) vs Tomas Hron (Czech Republic)

Super Fight (+96 kg)
2. Ibrahim Aarab (Marocco) vs Dzevad Poturak (Bosnia Herzegovina)

Final Elimination (+96 kg)
3. Daniel Sam (England) vs Ismael Londt (Suriname)

Final Elimination (+96 kg)
4. Pavel Zhuravlev (Ukraine) vs Freddy Kemayo (France)

Final Elimination (+96 kg)
5. Roman Kleibl (Czech Republic) vs Sebastian Ciobanu (Romania)

Final Elimination (+96 kg)
6. Sergei Lascenko (Ukraine) vs Benjamin Adegbuyi (Romania)

Super Fight (+96 kg)
7. Petr Vondracek (Czech Republic) vs Radu Spinghel (USA/Romania)

Super Fight (+96 kg)
8. James Wilson (USA) vs IonuĊ£ Iftimoaie (Romania)

Super Fight (+96 kg)
9. Carter Williams (USA) vs Catalin Morosanu (Romania)

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Photo of the Day: Krush.24 Fight Card

Krush.24, headlined by the big matchup between Masaaki Noiri and Yetkin Ozkul, takes place in Japan in just a few hours and we have the full fight card, featuring the 63kg and 70kg Youth GP Finals, a 70kg title eliminator and the promotion's first 58kg fight. 

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Badr Hari Provisionally Released From Prison

After months in of being held in a Dutch prison, Badr Hari has no been released, provisionally.

Today, Hari was provisionally released from prison. What this means is that he is still a suspect and still faces charges but that the judge felt it was no longer necessary for him to be held in prison. According to the judge, there is not enough evidence to hold Hari any longer, but that doesn't mean that he's completely gotten off free.

Hari will have to meet some conditions upon his return. He is not allowed to come in contact with witnesses and victims and is not allowed anywhere in the "catering industry" which would refer to clubs, restaurants and the like.

The trial is pegged to start in around January. While Badr's provisional release cannot be challenged, the court still has the power to take him into custody again if they feel they have enough evidence.

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Badr Hari Provisionally Released From Prison

After months in of being held in a Dutch prison, Badr Hari has now been released, provisionally.

Today, Hari was provisionally released from prison. What this means is that he is still a suspect and still faces charges but that the judge felt it was no longer necessary for him to be held in prison. According to the judge, there is not enough evidence to hold Hari any longer, but that doesn't mean that he's completely gotten off free.

Hari will have to meet some conditions upon his return. He is not allowed to come in contact with witnesses and victims and is not allowed anywhere in the "catering industry" which would refer to clubs, restaurants and the like.

The trial is pegged to start in around January and Badr will be free until his fate is decided then. While Badr's provisional release cannot be challenged, the court still has the power to take him into custody again if they feel they have enough evidence.

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