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Bloodstain Lane Wants You to Watch K-1's Return

It is a ringing endorsement for any promotion when fight afficianado Bloodstain Lane wants you to watch it. It is no surprise that K-1 is on the short list for BSL, especially considering it is their first show in about a year, under new management, and features Badr Hari as well as Daniel Ghita. If you've seen Lane's videos, you know what to expect, if not, you are in for a pleasant surprise. If you aren't down with a little bit of cursing, I'm not really sure what you are down for, because Lane breaks down the event and his knowledge and passion are second-to-none.


K-1 Headed To Los Angeles, Miami, Taipei And New York This Year

K-1 Global held a press conference to unveal Masato as the new executive producer today, but they also revealed the locations of all their events this year.

K-1 will hold five events this year, downgraded from the seven originally planned. The shows in summer have been scrapped, but from September to December, there are four K-1 events. They are as follows:

Early September - Qualifying World GP 2012/World MAX 2012 in Los Angeles

October - K-1 World GP 2012 Final 16 in Miami

November - K-1 World MAX 2012 Final in Taipei

December - K-1 World GP 2012 Final in New York

So it looks like the World MAX tournament will stage the Final 8 in Taipei, while the World Grand Prix (Heavyweight) tournament gets started off with the Final 16 in Miami and then the Final 8 in New York. Pretty interesting, to say the least.

First, though, is the K-1 World MAX Final 16, which is on May 27 in Madrid, Spain. 16 fighters will fight to advance to the World MAX 2012 Final in Taipei.


K-1 Rising 2012 World MAX Final 16 Available On Ustream PPV

K-1's return event takes place on May 27 in Madrid, Spain. In the past, K-1 had been on HDNet but for the upcoming show, it doesn't seem like it will be.

Today K-1 Global announced on their Facebook page that the K-1 Rising 2012 World MAX Final 16 will be available to watch via Ustream PPV. The PPV costs $19.99.

Although everyone would've liked a TV deal, at least we're able to watch K-1's return show. I'm sure many fans will pay for the PPV but in the past we were all used to watching it on TV, so they should definitely try to get a TV deal sorted out.


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