Kunlun Fight is known for their crazy tournaments and Kunlun Fight 70 marks the opening of the next giant KLF 70kg World Championship tournament. This tournament will be featured a lot of the best fighters in the world and should be delivering a lot of action as it plays out. We see the first two blocks of the tournament get started here at KLF 70, which will be airing on the Kunlun Fight app as well as on Fite.tv on March 11th. Sammy vs. Law Chosing 70kg Tournament Reserve: Saeid Charhardouli vs. Zhu Baotong 70kg Tournament Block 1: Shintaro Matsukura [read more]
In what was a night of somewhat suspect decisions, the 70kg Kunlun tournament, which has become the de facto top tournament of its kind worldwide, ended in a shocking first round knock out when Marat Grigorian was able to knock Superbon Banchamek out with a flurry of punches. Superbon was at one time an unstoppable force at 70kg, but a loss in the Enfusion tournament last year put a dent in his aura, only for Marat Grigorian to punch a hole through it tonight in China. Truly an awe-inspiring moment. This also helps to reshuffle the balance of power at [read more]
We’re just a matter of weeks away from one of the bigger Kunlun Fight events of the season, with both the 100+kg and 70kg tournaments coming to their dramatic conclusions after a year of action. Buakaw Banchamek is still headlining the event and has a new opponent now: Nayanesh Ayman. Ayman has been calling out Buakaw for a while and now he’ll get his chance against the K-1 and Thai legend. You can check out a highlight of him here. Kunlun Fight 69 will air live on the KLF app for those who can access it, the rest can order [read more]
After becoming notoriously difficult to watch in the west, Kunlun Fight has heard the gripes of fight fans and have branched out to make their events more-readily available starting this Sunday with Kunlun Fight 68. Kunlun Fight 68, featuring the Mulan Legend tournament and the 100+kg tournament quarterfinal, is set to air on Sunday, with a start time of 3:00am on the east coast. The event will air live on Elite-Boxing for $9.99.
This weekend Kunlun Fight presented Kunlun Fight 66, another huge event featuring the final 8’s of two of their tournaments: 61.5kg and 75kg. Vitaly Gurkov walked away the 75kg winner after a hard-fought decision victory over Hossein Karami, while Seksan Somai defeated Wang Wengfeng in the 61.5kg tournament finals. Albert Kraus was victorious over Li Zhuangzhuang, proving that he’s still at the top of his game at 70kg. Results via Kunlun (which accounts for missing rounds in knockouts). 75kg Tournament Final: Vitaly Gurkov (R3 – Dec) Hossein Karami Albert Kraus (R3 – Dec) Li Zhuangzhuang Yang Yu (R? – KO) [read more]
Kunlun Fight is looking to deliver the 1-2-punch with their second big night of tournaments in November at Kunlun Fight 67. On November 12th they’ll run the final 8’s of their 66kg world championship tournament and their massive 70kg world championship tournaments. These are some of the best tournaments in town with some big names competing on them. The winner of the 70kg tournament will undoubtedly be the #1 70kg fighter in the world. That’s a big deal. KLF 66kg World Championship Final 8: Yang Zhuo vs. Wei Ninghui KLF 66kg World Championship Final 8: David Emjia vs. Gu Hui [read more]
Two of Kunlun Fight’s massive tournaments will come to a head on November 5th at Kunlun Fight 66 as they’ll crown champions at 61.5kg and 75kg in one night of exciting eight-man tournaments. In addition to that, there are a host of superfights on the card as well, with Albert Kraus vs. Li Zhaungzhuang as the headliner of the show. Fabricio Andrade vs. Zhang Hua KLF 61.5kg Championship Final 8: Ilias ennahachi vs. Wang Wenfeng KLF 61.5kg Championship Final 8: Joy Gogo vs. Lin Qianbang KLF 61.5kg Championship Final 8: Denis Puric vs. Jiao Daobo KLF 61.5kg Championship Final 8: [read more]
Kunlun Fight held their giant, massive final 16 fights last night for two, count ’em two of their big tournaments: one at 70kg and the other at 66kg. While lots of favorites did walk away victorious, there were a few surprise upsets and a lot of drama. Superbon, Marat Grigorian, Davit Kiria, Dzianis Zuev, Mohamed Mezouari, Yohann Drai, Sergii Kuliaba and Nikola Cimesa are your final 8 at 70kg, while 66kg sees Iliad Bulaid, Wei Ninghui, Singdam, Gui Hui, Petchtanong, Zhang Zhuo, David Mejia and Takhmasib Kerimov move on at 66kg. Results credit to Kiksie. Clash of Titans 70kg Final [read more]
On August 27th Kunlun Fight will present the next stage in two of their massive tournaments with Kunlun Fight 65. These two tournaments are their 70kg tournament and their 66kg tournament. Their 70kg is obviously the one to watch for most fans, featuring many established names within the division as well as newer, rising stars. Superbon is absolutely the man to beat in this tournament, but will it be Ayman that scores the upset? The finals for each tournament will happen at a card in the future. Card via Kiksie. 70kg Tournament Reserve Fight Abdollah Anizh (Iran) vs. Chu Han [read more]
On August 27th Kunlun will push forward with their massive, sixteen-man 70kg tournament and they have released the list of competitors who have made it this far into the tournament. They are as follows. Superbon Banchamek Jomthong Chuwattana Marat Grigorian Davit Kiria Dzianis Zuev Mohamed Mezouari Artem Pashporin Andrei Kulebin Nayanesh Ayman Nikola Cimesa Yohann Drai Li Shiyuan Marouan Toutouh Sergii Kuliaba Feng Xingli Zhang Dezheng These are the final 16 competitors in their huge, super-massive 70kg tournament which should be wrapping up this summer and crowning a new top fighter in the 70kg division.