Category: Europe

Fight Card for ACB Kickboxing 13: From Paris With War

On February 24th ACB Kickboxing presents From Paris With War, headlined by Freddy Kemayo against Igor Bugaenko. Kemayo has been a solid gatekeeper and name at heavyweight for a great deal of years, having many wars with some of the biggest names in the sport. There are a host of solid fights on this card, including Sichtman vs. Benzaquen, Ehouo vs. Bessmertny and more. Igor Bugaenko vs. Freddy Kemayo Samy Sana vs. Rachid Salikhov Tamerlan Bashirov vs. Zakaria Tijarti Johane Beausejour vs. PErviz Abdullaev Mikhail Chalykh vs. Arel Ignat Darryl Sichtman vs. Cryil Benzaquen Djbril Ehouo vs. Yuri Bessmertny Mohammed [read more]

Fight Card for Enfusion 61 and 62 Featuring Andy Souwer vs. Tayfun Ozcan

This weekend Enfusion hits the Netherlands again with Enfusion 61 and 62. Enfusion 62 proves to be a solid card headlined by Ismael Lazaar looking to regain his Enfusion Heavyweight Championship from the current-champion Luis Tavares as well as Andy Souwer fighting one of the best in the world in Tayfun Ozcan. Enfusion #61, Eindhoven, The Netherlands Saturday 17.02.2018 Start 18.00 local time (17.00 GMT) 1. 3X3 FEMALE -67Kg Sheena Widdershoven (The Netherlands) Vs Djamara Vers (Suriname) 2. 3X3 -70Kg Yassine Ambari (Morocco) Vs Jhon Binkhorst (Colombia) 3. 3X3 HEAVYWEIGHT Mohammed Dadoo (Morocco) Vs Perry Reichling (The Netherlands) 4. 3X3 [read more]

SuperKombat Brand Ambassador Florian Munteanu Cast as Ivan Drago’s Son in ‘Creed II’

The folks at SuperKombat have been hinting at some big news coming for the past month or so now, and last night it became official: SuperKombat brand ambassador and SK-trained fighter Florian Munteanu has been cast in the upcoming ‘Creed II’ as the son of Ivan Drago. This will be a major role in the film, with them hoping that Munteanu’s imposing presence will help to make him the next breakthrough action star, much like the role of Ivan Drago was a breakthrough role for Dolph Lundgren in the 80’s. The Creed films follow the son of former Rocky-antagonist-turned-ally Apollo [read more]

Follow-Up on Enfusion Promoter’s Claims Against Badr Hari

Last week we learned that GLORY had secured the services of Badr Hari and that he’ll be fighting on March 3rd in Rotterdam. Today we learned that his opponent will be none other than Hesdy Gerges, a man that has a win over him via DQ back in 2010. But what about that claim from an Enfusion promoter that Enfusion had secured Badr Hari’s rights for a fight in May against Luis Tavares? He hasn’t forgotten. The latest on the case sounds like things are relatively hopeless for the Enfusion team, because they know they can’t stop him from fighting. [read more]

Nuit des Champions 2017 Results: Ezbiri Defeats Noiri

For the longest time there have been questions about LiverKick’s rankings. Namely, that in the featherweight division GLORY is completely not a part of the equation anymore. That, in part, is because it’s a vastly more competitive division than most of the other divisions in kickboxing, talent-dense and, at the moment, Japan-centric. The other reason is interesting, in that GLORY at one point employed a few of the higher-level talents in their division, but then inexplicably cut them loose. By proxy of how rankings work, eventually the GLORY champion continued to drop while the division flourished outside of GLORY, with [read more]

Enfusion #56 Results: Ibrahim el Boustati Immersed in Controversy Again

Kickboxing is a sport that tends to just chug along. Events happen, fights happen, fighters win, they lose and occasionally something weird happens. Sometimes something REALLY weird happens, and what’s really odd is when it doesn’t involve Buakaw or Badr Hari. For the second time this year Enfusion is grabbing headlines for the strange actions of their fighters, and for the second time in Ibrahim el Boustati’s career in Enfusion he’s been involved in a mind-boggling result. The first was his win over Filip Verlinden. Verlinden was originally announced as the winner of the fight, but el Boustati, a young [read more]

W5 Fortune Favors the Brave Results: Hutnik Claims Light Heavyweight European Championship

W5 Kickboxing held their European League 42 event at the Rebuys Casino today, titled “Fortune Favors the Brave,” in a night of fast-paced kickboxing action that saw few knockouts and more fighters going to war within three rounds. Daniel Gallardo was able to claim the W5 Welterweight European Championship with a big win over Andrej Kedves. In the co-main, American Omari Boyd continued to make his home country proud with a close win over Bruno Nincevic. The main event saw Ondrej Hutnik claim the Light Heavyweight European Championship by downright bullying the always-game Miran Fabjan, including at one point pushing [read more]

Fight Card and Stream Information for W5: Fortune Favors the Brave on Nov. 11th

There have been a few changes to the W5: Fortunes Favor the Brave fight card that is coming up on November 11th in Kosice. Viktor Bogutzki was forced to drop out of his fight with Viktor Pavlicek, with Janos Koczfan taking his place instead. Habash Antoine was also forced to drop out, which means that Andrej Kedves will be vying for the W5 Welterweight European Championship against Daniel Gallardo. The event airs live at 1pm eastern/10am pacific time on W5Kick.tv via iPPV. Ivan Bartek vs. Dzenan Haibi Poturak Markus Ehrenhdfer vs. Donat Hornik Viktor Pavlicek vs. Janos Koczfan Milan Pales vs. Stas Kazansev W5 Welterweight [read more]

WFL Results: Melvin Manhoef Bests Remy Bonjasky in Fourth and Final Encounter

Melvin Manhoef’s World Fighting League held one of their biggest events to date today in the Netherlands, featuring the return of Remy Bonjasky in a fourth showdown between himself and Manhoef, in a bout advertised as Manhoef’s retirement bout. We’ve grown to believe that retirements in the sport of kickboxing are only reliant on promoters not offering the fighters giant purses to return, as this was Bonjasky once again returning from his retirement. Anyway, the two men met for the fourth time and for the first time Manhoef walked away victorious… For the last time? On top of that they [read more]