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SuperKombat Returning to Switzerland on June 13th

SuperKombat will be returning to Switzerland on June 13th for SuperKombat Special Edition in Zurich. The event will feature a four-man Heavyweight qualifying tournament featuring four bruisers. In that mix is SuperKombat favorite D'Angelo Marshall as well as Enver Slijvar, Nikolaj Falin and Danut Hurduc. 

The headline attraction will be a Heavyweight slugfest between world-renowned Benjamin Adegbuyi and the tough Brian Douwes. The co-main event is between SuperKombat standout Bogdan Stoica and Ali Cenik with Cenik looking for revenge after losing to Bogdan's brother last year, Andrei.

In other SuperKombat news on April 24th in Serbia will be holding an elimination event for the SuperKombat Academy program, you can find more information here

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Enfusion Live 26 Results

Enfusion Live #26 at The Hague, Netherlands took place today. It was the start of their 16 man tournament at 70kgs. Nordin Ben Moh won both his fights so he is the first finalist in the tournament.

Enfusion Live #26 Results

1. 3X3 70Kg - Walid Hamid (Morocco) Vs Dennis Kabbedijk (The Netherlands)

WINNER Walid Hamid (Morocco)  2nd TKO

2. 3X3 70Kg  Tournament Semi Final - Nordin Ben Moh (Morocco) Vs Paul Jansen (The Netherlands)

WINNER Nordin Ben Moh (Morocco) 1st Rd TKO

3. 3X3 70Kg  Tournament Semi Final - Hafid El Boustati (Morocco) Vs Edson Fortes (Cape Verde)

WINNER Edson Fortes (Cape Verde) Points

4. 3X3 64Kg Shana Lammers  (Indonesia)  Vs Manal Arrad (The Netherlands)

WINNER Shana Lammers  (Indonesia)  Points

5. 3X3 Heavyweight - Brice Guidon (France) Vs Hicham Achalhi (Morocco)

WINNER Hicham Achalhi (Morocco) 2nd Rd TKO

6. 3X3 70KG Tournament Final - Nordin Ben Moh (Morocco) Vs Edson Fortes (Cape Verde)

WINNER Nordin Ben Moh (Morocco) Points

7. 5X3 60Kg - Tommy Dieckmann (The Netherlands) Vs Ali Zubai (The Netherlands)

Enfusion World Title -60Kg WINNER Ali Zubai (The Netherlands) 3rd Rd TKO

Kickboxing Talents 7 Results

1. 3X3 85Kg Jeffrey Ijdo (The Netherlands) Vs Mohamed Demirel (Turkey)  

WINNER Jeffrey Ijdo (The Netherlands) Points

2. 3X3 80Kg - Delano Holman (The Netherlands) Vs Sergio Eckhart (Indonesia)  

WINNER Delano Holman (The Netherlands)  Points

3. 3X3 85 Kg - Yousri Belgaroui (Tunisia) Vs Tagir Bokov (Chechnya)

WINNER Yousri Belgaroui (Tunisia) TKO Rd 2

4. 3X3 70Kg - Jan Julius Humme (The Netherlands) Vs Jaouad Abarnous (Morocco)

WINNER Jan Julius Humme (The Netherlands) TKO Rd 2

5. 3X3 Heavyweight - Hatim Bouchiba (Morocco) Vs Mark Bourti (The Netherlands)  

WINNER Hatim Bouchiba (Morocco)  Points

6. 3X3 75Kg - Marouan Toutouh (Morocco) Vs Redouan Laarkoubi (Morocco)

WINNER Marouan Toutouh (Morocco)  Points

7. 3X3 85Kg Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) Vs Iwan Pang (Curacao)

WINNER Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco)  TKO Rd 2

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A Look at "The Machine" Andy Ristie Heading Into GLORY 20

GLORY 20 might already be in the books, but if you are waiting to watch it tonight on Spike TV check out this feature that Shar Williams did on Ristie before GLORY 20.

Is he man, machine or a little of both? To fans around the world, Andy Ristie is "The Machine", a man with a fighter's heart and who is guaranteed to leave you on the edge of your seat while watching one of his match-ups. Beginning with his Glory debut in 2012, Ristie has blazed up the lightweight ranks leaving a path of destruction in his wake.

Since 2007, Ristie has faced Hinata Watanabe, Gago Drago, Albert Kraus, Niclas Larsen and of course, "The Doctor" Giorgio Petrosyan. His match-up against Petrosyan left crowds stunned in New York's Madison Square Garden in 2013, as Ristie dethroned Petrosyan during the lightweight world championship tournament and gifted Petrosyan with his first knock out ever. This defense again Kiria in Zagreb ended his reign. Risitie however takes this loss in stride, indicating that there were some problems in his corner and with his coaching. What Ristie, however, does not make is excuses. By Glory 19 in Virginia, Ristie was renewed. Having meticulously examined his loss and preparing for the future, Ristie was ready to begin his ascension again. And begin again he did with a decisive TKO victor in the first round again Steve Moxon.

But who is Andy Ristie, some of you might ask? Who is the man, who in such a short time has taken the kickboxing world by storm and endeared fan to him across the globe? After sitting down with Ristie and his team, I'm not sure if I can even answer that question. Sitting down with Andy, he exudes a warmth but also a sense of determination. He easily states that he's not afraid to fight anyone and will address the matches as they are presented to him. He's reflective when speaking of his loss to Davit Kiria, but in that reflection is also an analysis of how that fight went wrong for him and what he can do better in the future. Ristie states that he normally walks around at approximately 75kg, so cutting weight is not an issue for him and finally he expresses a willingness to try to things and take on new opponents irreguardless of their styles and exprerience. One tidbit of infomation I was able to glean from my converstaion with Ristie was that he came into kickboxing far later than most. Goes to show you that whether you start at age four or age twenty-two, if it's meant to be so it shall be. And this is Andy Ristie.

On pure stylistic terms, Ristie is a force to be reckoned with. In addtion to being taller than most of his opponents he has extremely long legs and arms often giving him an advantage to him against his opponents. Ristie's style is unorthodox and while he mgiht face the same opponent more than once I have to wonder if even they know what to expect. Last, but not least, Ristie likes to go for the knockout and his play between offensive and defensive maneuvers is something that has frequently led to that end.

Now onward to Glory 20 in Dubai where he is set for his second meeting with Robin van Roosmalen. Who will be the victor? Some say van Roosmalen, some say Ristie. Of what I am certain is that both men will get in that ring and give the fans everything they have!

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Glory 20 Live Results *SPOILERS*

Glory 20 is live STREAM INFO HERE. It will be played on tape delay in about 10 hours on SPIKE TV so if you are going to watch it then avoid scrolling down to see results.

GLORY 20 MAIN CARD

Lightweight Title Bout:(C) Robin van Roosmalen def. Andy Ristie by Unanimous Dec

Middleweight Tournament Final: Simon Marcus def. Jason Wilnis by Unanimous Dec

Featherweight Title Bout: Gabriel Varga def. Mosab Amrani by Unanimous Dec

Middleweight Tournament semifinal: Jason Wilnis def Alex Pereira by Unanimous Dec

Middleweight Tournament semifinal: Simon Marcus def. Wayne Barrett by Unanimous Dec

GLORY SUPERFIGHT SERIES

Light heavyweight bout: Saulo Cavalari def. Artem Vakhitov by Split Dec

Light heavyweight bout: Mourad Bouzidi def. Dustin Jacoby by Unanimous Dec

Heavyweight bout: Chi Lewis Parry def. Yong-Su Park by KO Rd 1 (left uppercut)

Middleweight bout: Samir Boukhidous def. Mikhail Chalykh by TKO Rd 1 (right hand)

Welterweight bout: Chad Sugden def. Atakan Arslan by Unanimous Dec

Lightweight bout: Anatoly Moiseev def. Max Baumert by KO Rd 1 (right head kick)

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