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Kunlun Fight 76 Results: Superbon Joins the 70kg Final 8

No injury could ever stop Superbon Banchamek from competing in a Kunlun Fight tournament, right? That’s the gamble that Kunlun Fight took by moving Superbon Banchamek vs. Nayanesh Ayman back to Kunlun Fight 76 when he suffered an injury in training and it paid off. Superbon has earned his spot in the final 8 of the Kunlun Fight 70kg World Championship Final 8. Kunlun Fight also held their 2018 Mulan Legend tournament that saw Wangcong defeat Zhu Mengjia in the finals via decision to claim the 2018 crown. In other action, Wei Ninghui was able to defeat Jordan Kranio via [read more]

Cedric Doumbe Challenges Harut Grigorian at GLORY 60 Lyon

On Saturday, October 20th GLORY returns to Lyon, France with GLORY 60 Lyon, featuring a headline bout between France’s own Cedric Doumbe challenging Harut Grigorian for the GLORY Welterweight Championship. Doumbe, the former champion, will be looking to regain his Welterweight crown after losing it to Murthel Groenhart. Of course, Grigorian was able to best Groenhart and now sits atop of the throne. Will the hometown crowd at GLORY 60 Lyon help Doumbe, or will the pressure be too much for the charismatic jester? Also featured are bouts featuring Yousri Belgaroui, Stephane Susperregui and Abdellah Ezbiri vs. Victor Pinto. The [read more]

ONE Championship Beyond the Horizon Results: Tukkatatong Defeats Topic

ONE Championship returned from a bit of a summer breather with ONE Championship Beyond the Horizon, featuring four big Super Series bouts, one in kickboxing, three in muay thai. There was a lot of solid action featured on this card, like from Shanghai on the ONE App, with the action taking place inside of the ring with standard boxing gloves. Hakim Hamech was able to put a beating on Yukinori Ogasawara, with a flurry of punches in the first round putting Ogasawara down and out. Hakim Hamech knocks out Yukinori Ogasawara at 2:59 of Round 1! #WeAreONE #BeyondTheHorizon #Shanghai #MartialArts [read more]

Yokkao Muay Thai Superstar Manachai Fights for WBC World Title in October

On October 29th in Hong Kong at Yokkao 34 international muay thai superstar Manachai will be challenging for a WBC world title. Manachai will be squaring off against Brazilian muay thai expert Julio Lobo for the WBC Muay Thai World Welterweight title. The WBC muay thai titles are some of the most significant around, with this title’s lineage dating back to 2006 and being held by such stars as Fabio Pinca and Liam Harrison. The title, currently vacant, will be on the line to crown a new champion and many believe that Manachai will take the belt home to Team Yokkao. [read more]

EM Legend 33 Results: China and New Zealand Clash

This weekend New Zealand and China clashed in the land of the long, white cloud, with the Chinese fighters picking up six victories to New Zealand’s two in a night of hotly-contested bouts. Here are the quick results. Michael Zheng (CHN) defeated Mohamed Sultan (NZL) by decision – 67 kg Liu Lei (CHN) defeated Brook Sutton (NZL) by decision – 70 kg Sam Haggitt (NZL) defeated Zhao Xiaoyu (CHN) by decision – 70 kg Pu Dongdong (CHN) defeated Josh Marsters (NZL) by KO – 69 kg Han Feilong (CHN) defeated Mrcous Haywood (NZL) by decision – 72 kg A Shi Ha [read more]

EM Legend 33 Heads to Auckland, New Zealand

EM Legend 33 takes place in Auckland, New Zealand on August 31st, featuring a host of Chinese fighters heading to New Zealand to fight local, new Zealand talent. EM Legend mostly run shows in China, but have been branching out for shows in other parts of the world, including Europe, other parts of Asia and now Australia. It’ll be interesting to watch their continued rise and that this show is very heavy on the local talent, meaning hopefully they walk away with some hot, new talent from New Zealand. Zhao Xiaoyu (CHN) vs Sam Haggitt (NZL) – 70 kg Liu [read more]

Sitthichai Declares It’s ‘Game Over’ for Marat Grigorian Rivalry

This past weekend in China Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong defeated Marat Grigorian for a fourth and what he declares a final time. While the fight was close and there is a subset of fans that felt that Marat was given a raw deal by the judges, for Sitthichai he feels like their feud is over after a fourth victory over Grigorian. It seems difficult to argue at this point, as four fights and four victories for Sitthichai seems like the final nail in the coffin of that feud. In the video below Sitthichai explains that he had to fight carefully because he [read more]

GLORY 57 Results: Sitthichai Defeats Marat Grigorian For a Fourth Time

The GLORY 57 results are in and it proved to be an interesting show for the Chinese market.  GLORY 57 Shenzhen went down today in China, seeing Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong defend his GLORY Lightweight Championship in his fourth and perhaps final meeting with Marat Grigorian, where he was able to defeat Marat for the fourth time. Marat put up a good fight and has grown a lot since their last meeting, but it still wasn’t enough to defeat the renowned top lightweight. GLORY 57 Results GLORY Lightweight Championship: Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong (R5 – Split Decision) Marat Grigorian Cedric de Keirsmaeker (R3 – [read more]

GLORY 57 Shenzhen Weigh-in Results and Video

GLORY 57 Shenzhen goes down tomorrow, as Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong will look to defend his GLORY Lightweight Championship against Marat Grigorian in their fourth meeting, this time on Chinese soil. Also featured will be a number of superfights, an 8-man lightweight tournament and a whole lot more. The five-fight GLORY 57 Shenzhen card will be carried live tomorrow on ESPNews at 8:30 a.m. ET / 5:30 a.m. PT. The five-fight GLORY 57 SuperFight Series card will stream live and exclusively tomorrow on UFC FIGHT PASS at 6 a.m. ET / 3 a.m. PT. The GLORY 57 prelims will stream live tomorrow on the GLORY YouTube channel, as [read more]

ONE Championship 2019 Event Schedule Announced at Tokyo Press Conference

In a press conference in Japan yesterday, ONE Championship announced their 2019 line-up, chock full of events. How many events, exactly? The ONE Championship 2019 season is looking to have at least 24 shows, with that many released yesterday. If you’ve been following ONE Championship this year it’ll make sense, as they’ve been putting on a lot of events thus far, which seems like a tall task but their roster and scope has expanded dramatically. While the main focus of the presser was on upcoming MMA fights, the ONE Super Series kickboxing and muay thai realms were definitely represented as [read more]