Over the weekend Errol Zimmerman squared off with Nikolaj Falin, who had last been seen by the international eye being knocked out by Mark Miller in May at Ultimate Glory's last show. GroundNPound.de posted an interview with Errol Zimmerman after the fight and included what is pretty much the entire fight at the 30 second mark, where you can see Zimmerman's left hand meet Falin's jaw and him crashing to the canvas, fighting to get himself back up, but ultimately unable to. [source]
The K-1 MAX Japan tournament is approaching fast, and while many fans feel as if the announcement of Albert Kraus being involved in the tournament turned it into a foregone conclusion, the truth is in one night tournaments anything can happen. I can't say that I agree with having a european fighter and former World MAX Champion in the tournament, as the MAX Japan tournament has always been one of K-1's more exciting events of the year with some of Japan's most accomplished 70kg fighters vying for a spot in the World MAX tournament.
This year KENTA will be participating in the tournament, KENTA being the man who just won KRUSH's 70kg tournament, and can be considered one of the early favorites within the tournament. If you have yet to see KENTA in action or see the KRUSH tournament, we have you covered. Sit back and watch KENTA's last two fights from the KRUSH tournament and why everyone is excited to see him fight in the MAX Japan tournament.
This is an interesting idea, although I'm not 100% certain about the execution and the intended market. The game is titled "Fight Game Rivals" being produced by our friends at Fight Game, which for the uninitiated means strong links to Golden Glory. The game is being developed for Windows Phone 7 and might have a way of being used on an Xbox 360 as well through the XBL Marketplace, but it is still not clear if it will be available on anything other than a WP7 device. If you are a mobile phone enthusiast, you probably steer clear of WP7 unless you are a Microsoft enthusiast as well. This isn't a slight at Microsoft as much as it is a fact, backed up by a recent report. Android, iOS (iPhone, iPad), RIM (BlackBerry) and "other" (most likely includes Palm/HP's WebOS) are all ahead of WP7 in the U.S.
Hopefully if the game sees moderate success a port over to a device that has a higher market share could be in order, but for now we can just watch a video of an animated Sem Schilt and Alistair Overeem smashing the heads in of opponents.