|Heavyweight (Per 10/13)|
|1.||Semmy Schilt (?)|
|7.||Mirko Cro Cop|
|Light HW (per 10/13)|
|Middleweight (per 11/25)|
|Welterweight (per 10/13)|
|70kg (Per 11/25)|
|2.||Robin van Roosmalen|
|65kg (per 10/6)|
Over the past year, Japan’s 55kg division has began to heat up with the emergence of Ryuya Kusakabe, Shota Takiya and KENJI, brother of Yuta Kubo and now it appears that there is another rising star in the Super Bantamweight division and it is 25 year old Seiya Rokukawa. At DEEP*KICK 10 earlier this week, Rokukawa asserted his dominance in the promotion’s first 55kg tournament, scoring consecutive knockout wins over Yuki Kyotani and Yukinobu Nakatsukasa in the semis and finals, respectively. The wins move Rokukawa to 8-0-0, 6 KO and is his second tournament win of his young career as he won the RISE Rising Rookies Cup last year at 55kg, scoring knockouts in the semifinals and finals of that tournament as well. Despite only having 8 pro fights, at 25, Rokukawa is older than the elite fighters in the division, but luckily RISE has one of the better 55kg divisions in Japan. If his power carries into the upper levels of the division, then potential matchups with Ryuya Kusakabe, Shota Takiya and Nobuchika Terado should be all the more entertaining.
Also on this card were a pair of retirement bouts. First, Yasushi Nobuhiro whose exhibition bout was against 2010 K-1 MAX Japan Tournament champion Yuichiro “Jienotsu” Nagashima. Nagashima still looked to be a bit heavy, but in shape so he may be on the path back to being a legitimate kickboxer. The other retirement exhibition was for the first NJKF Atomweight “BONITA BOXEO” champion taking on current WPMF Japan Women’s Atomweight champion Little Tiger.Add a comment
Last night at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Shootboxing held its first big event of 2012. The emphasis on this card and in Shootboxing as of late seems to be on matching up fighters of different disciplines under Shootboxing rules as opposed to bouts between Shootboxing fighters. This could be seen as the card was headlined by Shootboxing star Hiroki Shishido vs K-1 veteran Warren Stevelmans as well as a 70kg bout between former boxer Satoru Suzuki and former thaiboxer Bovy Sor Udomson. Also in action were Shootboxing Women's Flyweight champion Ai Takahashi against 17 year old karate fighter Mizuki Inoue and Shooto legend Mamoru Yamaguchi taking on Shootboxing prospect Kazuyuki Fushimi.
In the night's main event, Shootboxing star Hiroki Shishido lost his third straight fight to South African Warren Stevelmans by unanimous decision on scores of 47-44, 46-44 and 47-46. It appears that the fight was a grueling affair with Shishido attempting to use throws and submissions to wear down Stevelmans while Stevelmans got the better of the striking exchanges. I believe Stevelmans scored two knockdowns while Shishido was able to get a shoot point. Stevelmans (55-15-4, 16 KO) first broke out in K-1 in 2008, winning the 2008 Netherlands qualifier tournament, defeating Chris Ngimbi and Marco Pique en route to his first shot at the Final 16. He made it to the quarterfinals before losing to Andy Souwer, which was part of a rough streak from 2008-2009 that saw Stevelmans go 3-6, however his losses were to Gago Drago, Souwer, Giorgio Petrosyan, Albert Kraus, Orono Wor Petchpun and Saiyok Pumpanmuang. Recently, he made it to the finals of the 2011 K-1 MAX Madrid tournament, losing to Rafi Zouheir in the finals and since has scored wins over Mohammed Medhar and Zeben Diaz, drew with Armen Petrosyan and lost to Buakaw Por Pramuk in his last fight. At 34, Shishido (48-12-0, 20 KO) is having his age catch up to him quite a bit. Since September of 2010, Shishido is just 1-5 and two of the losses in his current streak came to MMA fighters Toby Imada and "Lion" Takeshi Inoue.
In the co-main event, Shootboxing converts Satoru Suzuki and Bovy Sor Udomson fought in what appears to have been a thrilling affair which saw Bovy floored two or three times by Suzuki in the first round only to come back and go toe to toe with the former boxer. Despite Bovy's comeback, his first round deficit was too large and he lost a unanimous decision on scores of 28-26(x3). With the win, Suzuki improves his pro kickboxing record to 7-10-0, 5 KO and continues his up and down career as he was coming off of a loss to Christophe Pruvost at Shoot the Shooto back in November. The win also gets Suzuki's foot in the door for this year's S-Cup and if he is able to put together another win or two against top competition, expect him to be included in his first S-Cup. Bovy (84-44-2, 52 KO) was on a 2-fight win streak in Shootboxing with wins over Toby Imada and Gago Drago after a rough start to 2011 which saw him lose 3 straight fights. While the loss may jeopardize his spot in this year's S-Cup, it will not jeopardize his spot at the top of Shootboxing's cards as he has put on wildly entertaining bouts against Takaaki Umeno, Hiroki Shishido and Gago Drago and appears to have put on another great fight for Shootboxing.
In what has to be seen as probably the biggest upset of 2012 so far, 17 year old karateka and JEWELS MMA -56kg Rough Stone GP winner Mizuki Inoue was able to sneak by Shootboxing Women's Flyweight champion Ai Takahashi in an extension round, winning on scores of 10-9(x3) after a majority draw on scores of 30-29, 30-30 and 29-29. Inoue appeared to have utilized good head movement to avoid Takahashi's offense while counter-striking and scoring with her own. The win for the 17 year old Inoue (4-1-0, 0 KO) shakes the women's Flyweight division as Inoue only had 4 prior kickboxing bouts, two of which were under Shootboxing rules, and because she is splitting time between kickboxing and MMA. Inoue will likely receive an invite to this year's Girls S-Cup. The loss for Takahashi (11-3-0, 5 KO) is devastating as she had become divisional kingpin by default with RENA's victory over Erika Kamimura at RISE 85 in November. Likely a factor in the loss was Takahashi's 7 month layoff due to an orbital bone injury. This year's Girls S-Cup should be essential in determining who the top of the crop is as it will likely include Takahashi, Inoue, RENA and Erika Kamimura.
In another MMA vs Shootboxing bout, Shootboxing prospect Kazuyuki Fushimi took on former Shooto Bantamweight and Featherweight champion Mamoru Yamaguchi, but Fushimi was unable to pick up his second straight win against an MMA fighter as Yamaguchi won a close majority decision on scores of 29-29 and 30-29(x2). Yamaguchi (4-1-0, 0 KO) gets a win in his first fight in Shootboxing in over 2 years and although he was not one of the four men selected to participate in the first UFC Flyweight tournament, Yamaguchi is still a top contender and as he has proven in Shootboxing, has the striking to challenge anybody in the division. Fushimi (14-9-0, 4 KO) has had trouble staying consistent and has faltered against all of his name opponents save MMA fighter Junji Ito, but at just 20 years old he still has time to sharpen his tools and possibly become a threat to the top 55kg fighters in Japan.
Finally, Shootboxing prospect Masaya Matsuhana took a unanimous decision over MMA fighter Tenkei Oda on scores of 30-28, 30-26 and 29-26.
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Thai Boxe Mania held its annual event in Turin, Italy yesterday and some notable fighters fought, including Artur Kyshenko. Kyshenko will be fighting Giorgio Petrosyan on March 24 in Milan, so this was a good introduction to the Italian crowd before that fight.
Artur Kyshenko fought Roberto Cocco at 75kg and took home a dominant decision win. Cocco came out guns blazing but it didn't phase Kyshenko at all. Kyshenko took over for the rest of the fight after about the first minute. Dropping Cocco with a spinning backfist in the second, he followed up by swarming Cocco with heavy punches to force a standing count. Kyshenko seemed a bit wild but his shots were really heavy and Cocco had no answer. It was a good warm up for the fight against Giorgio Petrosyan.
Winner of Fight Code's 2011 72.5kg tournament, Yury Bessmertny fought the popular K-1 star Gago Drago. Drago had lost six in a row prior to this fight and it was pretty much the same as his last six fights for him. Bessmertny stifled most of Drago's attempts at offense by moving around the ring and striking. Drago had nothing effective going for him. In the third Bessmertny hit Drago with a head kick that ended his night, sending him faceplanting straight to the canvas.
One of the best prospects in all of kickfighting, Chingiz Allazov dominated the tough veteran Erkan Varol to win a decision. Varol had nothing for Allazov, who kept the fight to his liking with his height and measure of distance. Allazov battered Varol with low kicks and body punches for the whole fight. I think it's time for a big step up in competition for Allazov. This was a step up in competition for him, but it's apparent that he's just on another level.
Full results below:
-75kg: Artur Kyshenko def. Roberto Cocco by decision.
-72.5kg: Yury Bessmertny def. Gago Drago by KO (Head Kick) in Round 3
-67kg: Chingiz Allazov def. Erkan Varol by decision.
-72.5kg: Fabio Sicilliani and Sharos Huyer fight to a draw.
-70kg: Filippo Solheid def. Filip Rzadek
-72.5kg: Paolo Fiorio def. Alexandru Popescu
-72.5kg: Filip Hryeniewicki def. Francesco Palermo by decision in an extra round.
-58.5kg: Patrick Carta def. Ivano Saviero
Oktagon Selection Finals:
HW: Davide Longoni def. Luca Panto by decision in an extra round.
-85kg: Davide Mosca def. Rocco Simoncini by KO in Round 2.
-72.5kg: Mustapha Haida def. Marco Re by decision in an extra round.
-70kg: Iulian Imeri def. Christian Zahe
-65kg: Adi Petrisor Catana def. Shan Cangelosi
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It's Showtime's massive event headlined by Badr Hari vs. Gokhan Saki is going down today in Leeuwarde, Netherlands and we've got you covered here. The event also features the likes of Daniel Ghita vs. Hesdy Gerges in a rematch for the It's Showtime World Heavyweight Title and Tyrone Spong vs. Melvin Manhoef along with nine other great fights featuring some of the top names in kickboxing.The full fight card can be seen here.
We'll update after every fight with results. Note that this isn't a play by play. If you want play by play, follow me on Twitter at @rianscalia.
Hafid el Boustati vs. Henri van Opstal
Hafid el Boustati wins by unanimous decision.
Hinata Watanabe vs. Andy Ristie
Andy Ristie wins by KO in Round 1.
Sahak Parparyan vs. Mourad Bouzidi
Sahak Parparyan wins by majority decision (4-1).
Ben Edwards vs. Ricardo van den Bos
Ben Edwards wins by unanimous decision.
Yohan Lidon vs. L'houcine "Aussie" Ouzgni (It's Showtime World Title 73kg MAX)
L'houcine "Aussie" Ouzgni wins by unanimous decision.
Tyrone Spong vs. Melvin Manhoef
Tyrone Spong wins by unanimous decision.
Michael Duut vs. Anderson "Braddock" Silva
Anderson "Braddock" Silva wins by unanimous decision.
Chris Ngimbi vs. Harut Grigorian
Harut Grigorian wins by TKO (Cut) in Round 2.
Errol Zimmerman vs. Rico Verhoeven
Errol Zimmerman wins by KO in Round 1.
Robin van Roosmalen vs. Murat Direkci
Robin van Roosmalen wins by majority decision (4-1).
Hesdy Gerges vs. Daniel Ghita (It's Showtime World Heavyweight Title)
Daniel Ghita wins by KO (Left Hook) in Round 1.
Badr Hari vs. Gokhan Saki
Badr Hari wins by KO (Uppercut) in Round 1.Add a comment
Fighters took to the ring at the Tatneft Arena in Kazan, Russia for the second selection of the first stage of the 2012 Tatneft Cup. Winners will move on and join the winners from the first selection that took place on December 17, at the second stage (quarter finals). In total four selection events will be held in the first stage.
A few changes were made to the card, as the two Portuguese fighters, Bruno Carvalho and Luis Morais were unable to acquire a visa. Valeriy Podoyakhin was substituted in for Bruno Carvalho to face Enriko Gogokhia at -70kg and Oleg Zablodskiy stepped in for Luis Morais to face Dmitry Bezus at Heavyweight. Neither had any success though, as Gogokhia knocked out Podoyakhin in the third round and Bezus stopped Zablodskiy in the first. Gogokhia and Bezus are veterans of the Tatneft Cup, with Bezus losing in the final last year to Hicham Achalhi.
Two Japanese fighters, Masakazu Watanabe and Tsutomu Takahagi made the long trip to Kazan but were both unsuccesful. Watanabe, the Krush veteran, dropped a unanimous decision to Edvin Erik Kibus of Estonia at -70kg. Takahagi, competing at heavyweight, was knocked out in the second round by Tsotne Rogava, a fighter from Ukraine who is only 18 years old and has already fought the likes of Ismael Londt and Stefan Leko.
In the -80kg division, possibly the best division in the Tatneft Cup, Vitaly Nikiforov of Ukraine took a unanimous decision over Rain Karkinen of Estonia. Nikiforov's win put Ukraine at 3-0 for the event. One time It's Showtime fighter Errol Koning of Holland defeated Omar Amrani of Germany when Amrani gave up in the fourth round.
Be on the lookout for more Tatneft Cup content, as we have an interview with the organizers coming up shortly. Quick results below.
70kg: Enriko Gogokhia def. Valeriy Podoyakhin by KO in Round 3.
70kg: Edvin-Erik Kibus def. Masakazu Watanabe by unanimous decision.
80kg: Errol Koning def. Omar Amrani by TKO (Gave Up) in Round 4.
80kg: Vitaly Nikiforov def. Rain Karkinen by unanimous decision.
Heavyweight: Tsotne Rogava def. Tsutomu Takahagi by KO in Round 2.
Heavyweight: Dmitry Bezus def. Oleg Zablodskiy by KO (Liver Shot) in Round 1.Add a comment
Yokkao Extreme took place in Milan, Italy today and despite the lack of means to watch the event, results are out. Among match-ups featured on the card were Buakaw Por. Pramuk vs. Dzhabar Askerov in the main event, Giorgio Petrosyan vs. Abraham Roqueni and Saenchai vs. Fabio Pinca.
Not surprisingly, Buakaw Por. Pramuk defeated Dzhabar Askerov for the second time. Giorgio Petrosyan took what people are saying was a clear decision over Abraham Roqueni. In a bit of an upset, Fabio Pinca defeated Saenchai by decision. Saenchai was not the overwhelming favorite because of the big weight difference, but many expected him to win. This is the first time Saenchai has ever lost to a farang (Non Thai).
We can only work with what we have here officially from Yokkao, so many results are not complete but we do have the winner of each fight at least. We'll update these results with more details when they get out.
K-1/-70kg: Buakaw Por. Pramuk def. Dzhabar Askerov by decision.
K-1/-70kg: Giorgio Petrosyan def. Abraham Roqueni by decision.
MT/-70kg: Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee def. Marco Pique
MT/-66kg: Fabio Pinca def. Saenchai by decision.
K-1/-72.5kg: Armen Petrosyan def. Djime Coulibaly by KO in Round 2
K-1/-71kg: Cedric Muller def. Bruno Franchi
MT/-60kg: Pajonsuk Por. Pramuk and Karim Bennoui fight to a draw
MT/-65kg: Imwiset Pornnarai def. Angelo Campoli
MT/-70kg: Ekapop Sor Klinmee def. Esteban Maza
MT/-70kg: Alessandro Campagna def. Corrado Zanchi
MT/-48kg: Silvia La Notte def. Arianna Santos
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Yesterday in Eindhoven, Holland, Fightsensation II took place and it featured a lot of up and coming Dutch-based fighters along with a fight between two of the higher-ups at the weight around 85kg.
The It's Showtime World Champion at 85kg, Sahak Parparyan, met Hakan Aksoy. Parparyan was coming off a bit of a layoff, as he was scheduled to fight in September against Vjekoslav Bajic but couldn't due to an injury sustained. Sahak's last recorded win was against Moises Ruibal on June 18, but he did win two fights on the third season of Enfusion in August. Aksoy defeated Bogdan Stoica in July, although Stoica lost due to an injury sustained. Sahak took a decision over Aksoy, further cementing himself as one of the top at 85kg. From all the accounts I've heard, Sahak looked really good and the only thing that held Aksoy up was his incredible chin. Sahak has really come into his own since permanently fighting around 85kg and not hanging around higher weights.
It should be interesting to see what's next for Sahak, but for now the only thing set for him is the finals of Enfusion which are supposed to take place some time in April in Holland. He's apparently fighting the Slovenian fighter Franci Grajs in the semi-final of the one night final tournament.
Full results of the A Class fights on the card below:
Sahak Parparyan def. Hakan Aksoy by decision.
Ilias El Hajoui def. Martin Benton by TKO.
Morena Jansen def. Abdel Imkech by decision.
Dennis Stolzenbach def. Michel Andrade by KO.
Jan Pruimenboom and Buray Buzaryilmaz fight to a Draw.
Robbie Hageman def. Twan Aarts by decision.
Fikri Ameziane def. Schacht by decision.
Jafhar Wilnis def. Ralph Blewanus by TKO (Doctor Stoppage).
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Krush held its first event of 2012, Krush.15 at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo earlier yesterday. In the headlining bouts, 55kg champ Shota Takiya and 60kg champ Hirotaka Urabe defended their titles against Nobuchika Terado and Naoki Ishikawa, respectively. Krush.15 also kicked off the -63kg WILDRUSH League which is a 6-man round-robin to determine the next 63kg title challenger.
In the main event, 55kg champ Shota Takiya continued his reign of terror, stopping Nobuchika Terado just 71 seconds into the first round, scoring 3 downs with a pair of left hooks and a flying knee. The win is Takiya’s (18-4, 12 KO) first defense and moves his win-streak to 9. With possible opponents KENJI and Ryuya Kusakabe busy with prior engagements, expect Takiya to take a super fight before taking a trilogy fight with either man. The quick loss is disappointing for Terado (27-8-1, 12 KO), who had a good shot at being the man to stop Takiya’s current streak, but he never got into his rhythm and was stopped right away. Should Kusakabe be Takiya’s next opponent, Krush would be well-served in organizing a fight between Terado and KENJI in Krush or RISE to see if KENJI is ready to take a step up in the division and challenge the top fighters in Japan.
In the co-main event, Hirotaka Urabe and Naoki Ishikawa proved to be evenly matched after the two fought to a unanimous draw after 3 rounds on scores of 29-29 and 28-28(x2). Urabe seems to have gotten the better of rounds 1 and 2, but a cut above Urabe’s eye caused by a flying knee allowed Ishikawa to win the 3rd and bring the fight to a draw. Despite the draw, Urabe (13-5-2, 5 KO) defends his title and is now on a 7-fight unbeaten streak. It’s hard to guess what is next for Urabe, should it be FIKA at 63kg or fighting in Krush. If he stays in Krush, matchups with Masaaki Noiri, Kosuke Komiyama or Kejiro Miyakoshi could provide a good test for any of the fighters involved. After his last bout, Ishikawa (33-18-5, 18 KO) talked about retirement, but I do not believe he mentioned it after this bout and according to Boutreview, he seemed pleased with his performance against Urabe. Ishikawa has his ups and downs, but with a win over Yuji Takeuchi followed by this draw against Urabe, Ishikawa is proving to still be a top fighter as he ages and could find success over the next couple of years should he continue to fight.
In a super-fight, flashy K-1 veteran Keiji Ozaki scored a 2nd round KO at 37 seconds into the round over Hironori Hattori. The win is a good bounce-back for Ozaki (24-15-1, 10 KO) who was coming off back to back losses to foreign fighters Thomas Adamandopoulous and Romain Mailov.
Krush.15 also marked the beginning of the -63kg WILDRUSH League which features 6 fighters in a round robin where the fighter with the most points after 5 fights will earn the right to challenge for the Krush -63kg title. Fighters receive 3 points for a KO win, 2 points for a decision win and 1 point for a draw.
Tournament favorite and member of Team Dragon Hideaki Yamazaki(12-1, 6 KO) started off strong with a clear unanimous decision victory over Silver Wolf’s Hitoshi Tsukagoshi (9-2, 5 KO) on scores of 30-29 and 30-28(x2). The win gives Yamazaki two points, however Triple-Y’s TaCa(record N/A) earned himself a 1st round lead with a quick knockout of Naoki Terasaki(8-4, 2 KO) at 1:34 into the 1st round, giving TaCa 3 points. In the final WILDRUSH League fight, Supernova tournament semifinalist Yukimitsu Takahashi(11-4-2, 4 KO) and Krush regular NOMAN(record N/A) fought to a split draw on scores of 30-30, 29-30 and 30-29, giving each man a point and 3rd place in the standings. The lead is nice for TaCa, but it is just the first round and Hideaki Yamazaki has only gotten better as his career as progressed. The draw is tough for Takahashi who will likely need to defeat both TaCa and Yamazaki if he wants to win this tournament.
Finally, in a clash between J-Girls champions, Featherweight champion and Team Dragon’s Kimiko Sasaki defeated Bantamweight champion Shiho Mizuno by unanimous decision on scores of 30-29, 30-28 and 30-27.
Quick results after the break:
Fight For Japan: Genki Desu Ka Omisoka 2011 took place today in Tokyo, Japan and featured a few notable kickboxers on the card. Yuta Kubo and Masaaki Noiri, arguably the top two fighters that K-1 has at 63kg, fought in separate bouts. Long time K-1 legends Peter Aerts and Jerome Le Banner both took part in pro wrestling matches.
Yuta Kubo fought Nils Widlund, a Swedish San Shou stylist. The first round saw Widlund treating the fight like a San Shou match, consistently catching Kubo's kicks and sending him to the ground. Kubo was landing all the notable shots though and began to really take over in the second round. By the third round, Widlund was there to be finished and Kubo turned up the pace, going for the finish. A right high kick followed by a knee to the body dropped Widlund and the Swede didn't get up. Kubo won all six of his fights in 2011.
Masaaki Noiri took on Kengo Sonoda and took a unanimous decision. Sonoda was able to land a bit, but Noiri's arms and gloves absorbed most of the shots. Noiri's offense was just much more dynamic than Sonoda's and ultimately lead to the win. This win is Noiri's second of December, coming three weeks after his spectacular KO of Koya Urabe at Krush.14.
Peter Aerts faced long time MMA veteran Kazuyuki Fujita. Aerts hit Fujita with a lot of punches and at one point even hit him with a high kick that seemed to actually hurt Fujita. Fujita got Aerts in a Boston crab and Aerts tapped out. It looked like Aerts may have legitimately hurt his back. Jerome Le Banner was up against former UFC heavyweight champ Tim Sylvia. Sylvia took down Le Banner a few times before Jerome figured just to actually hurt Tim. Le Banner hit Sylvia with a liver kick, just like the one he hit Andrei Kirsanov with yesterday and Tim went down. A few knockdowns later and some ground and pound and Jerome Le Banner was declared the winner.
Overall, obviously some more kickboxing would've been nice, but we got what we could in terms of fights. Let's hope good things are in store for kickboxing in 2012.Add a comment
The Enfusion -95kg season has finally come to an end in Prague, Czech Republic yesterday. The season consisted of a men's tournament at -95kg and a women's tournament at -63.5 kg. The final four competitors in the men's bracket were Ondrej Hutnik, Mohamed Boubkari, Frank Munoz and Wendell Roche. For the women, Julie Kitchen, Alaide Lawant, Hannah Mjoberg and Maria Bastasin were left.
Ondrej Hutnik was matched up with Mohamed Boubkari in the first semi-final and in the second, Frank Munoz went against Wendell Roche. Hutnik and Munoz both advanced by way of unanimous decision to meet in the finals. Hutnik took a unanimous decision over Munoz in the final to win the one night tournament and the Enfusion -95kg season. Ondrej Hutnik has quietly risen to the top of the -95kg weight range, just a few years after competing at 86kg, and 75kg before that. He's really excelled at this weight, winning all six of his fights in 2011. I'd definitely like to see him get a shot at Danyo Ilunga for the It's Showtime title at the weight.
For the women's bracket, Julie Kitchen was matched up with Maria Bastasin and Alaide Lawant took on Hannah Mjoberg. In quite an upset, Maria Bastasin forced a referee stoppage over Kitchen in the first round to advance to the finals. Alaide Lawant scored a unanimous decision over Hannah Mjoberg to meet Bastasin in the finals. Lawant ended up taking a unanimous decision over Bastasin to win the entire season.
MPL and It's Showtime veteran Tomas Hron knocked out Fatih Cam in the second round, rebounding from a KO loss to Nathan Corbertt in September. Full results below:
K-1 Rules (3x3)
Enfusion Men's -95kg Final: Ondrej Hutnik def. Frank Munoz by unanimous decision.
Enfusion Men's -95kg Semi-Final #2: Frank Munoz def. Wendell Roche by unanimous decision.
Enfusion Men's -95kg Semi-Final #1: Ondrej Hutnik def. Mohamed Boubkari by unanimous decision.
Enfusion Women's -63.5kg Final: Alaide Lawant def. Maria Bastasin by unanimous decision.
Enfusion Women's -63.5kg Semi-Final #2: Alaide Lawant def. Hannah Mjoberg by unanimous decision.
Enfusion Women's -63.5kg Semi-Final #1: Maria Bastasin def. Julie Kitchen by TKO (Ref Stoppage) in Round 1.
-96kg: Tomas Hron def. Fatih Cam by KO in Round 2.
-86.2kg: Miroslav Cingel def. Jiri Kopecny by KO in Round 2.
-91kg: Daniel Skvor def. Radim Kusnirak by KO in Round 1.
Muay Thai (5x3)
-73kg: Jiri Apeltauer def. Fahid Maoroun by split decision.Add a comment