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Lion Fight 32 Main Event Update: Malaipet vs. Nattawut New Main Event

Lion Fight 32 airs on Friday night on AXS TV live from Las Vegas with a huge main event for the Lion Fight Middleweight Championship. Originally scheduled to be Malaipet vs. Ky Hollenbeck, Hollenbeck suffered an unfortunate injury during his last training session and was forced to drop out. Luckily Jo Nattawut was there to step in and we've got ourselves a donnybrook on tap.

Lion Fight Middleweight Championship: Malaipet Sasiprapa VS Jo Nattawut


Romie Adanza VS Ming Freeman

Victor Saravia VS Kendrick Latchman 

Travis Clay VS Marvin Madariaga 

Josh Shepard VS Gabriel Mazzetti 

Cody Allen Moberly VS Anthony Castrejohn



Recent Photo Of Badr Hari Emerges

Badr Hari has been a bit of a ghost lately, we have heard lots about him but he has not been posting many pictures or videos of himself. Someone posted a video acting like it was a recent one of him training but it was from years ago. Now a photo has finally emerged that he posted to social media this week and he looks massive. He reminds of of the K-1 Overeem, Ubereem as people called him. Now lets hope he hasn't just been lifting weights and has been focusing on his biggest downfall... conditioning.


Redemption Only Comes For One in GLORY 34's Main Event

This weekend at GLORY 34 Murthel Groenhart will once again get his chance against long-reigning GLORY Welterweight Champion Nieky Holzken. Holzken has long-been considered unbeatable at this weight class. After toiling for years without recognition, Holzken is finally being recognized the world over for his immense talents. No other fighters in kickboxing is able to piece together the combinations that Holzken can assemble, from ballistic shots at different levels and angles to rapid-fire assaults on an opponent's midsection until he is forced to take a knee.

Yet, Murthel Groenhart was able to punch through Holzken's tight defenses and his punch-heavy output in their last meeting. Just forty seconds into the second round Murthel found a combination that worked against Holzken. In fact, he landed a kick to the body that put Holzken off-balance; a rare weakness shown from the champion in front of a very friendly crowd for him. When all was said-and-done, many felt that Groenhart had been done a disservice by the judges for Holzken getting the nod.

The truth was that it was an incredibly close fight, regardless of who you viewed the winner. But both men walked away different. Groenhart walked away feeling robbed, while Holzken walked away looking mortal. Since that loss Groenhart has gone 5-2, losing a decision to Cedric Doumbe in GLORY, then losing to Artur Kyshenko in Kunlun Fight in China. Holzken defeated Yoann Kongolo since then and fought in boxing to not only keep himself busy, but to keep his flawless boxing record in-tact.

But things are different.

Holzken was once the untouchable iron man of the division, but Groenhart has shown what it takes to hurt Holzken and keep him from falling into his pattern of destruction. Groenhart himself was a bit of a lost fighter for many years. The talented, powerful and explosive fighter jumped around divisions -- once winning the K-1 World MAX tournament at 70kg and having fought up in weight many, many times. GLORY cementing the 76kg weight class has been beneficial to both Holzken and Groenhart, who finally have a home to showcase their skills. 

It took another win in a contender tournament for Groenhart to get what he deserved in a rematch, but now it's time for him to show that the last fight with Holzken wasn't a fluke, but instead it was the evolution of the once-wild brawler into a composed fighter. For Holzken this is a chance to show that he's unstoppable and the king of this division, worthy of the praise and attention that he receives in the Netherlands as a national hero. 

So while everyone is hyped up for Badr Hari appearing in the GLORY ring against Rico Verhoeven, perhaps the best and biggest fight of the year will be happening in Denver, Colorado on October 21st between two of the best kickboxers in the world.


EM Legend 13 Results: Saenchai KO's Jonathan Tuhu and More

This weekend EM Legend in China teamed up with Thai Fight to put on a mixed muay thai and kickboxing card in China which saw a 65kg kickboxing tournament on top of a host of entertaining muay thai bouts. Saenchai put on a show as he always does, while Wang Kang walked away with a victory in the 65kg tournament.

65kg Muay Thai: Victor Pinto defeated Zhang ChengLong by decision

 65kg Muay Thai: Saenchai defeated Jonathan Tuhu by KO

 75kg Muay Thai: Tengnueng defeated Erik Massion by KO

 68kg Muay Thai: PTT Petrchrungrueng defeated Christ Axelsson by decision

 70kg Muay Thai: Denphanom defeated Jarred Rothwell by decision

 68kg Muay Thai: Payak Samui defeated Bobur Tagaev by decision

 75kg Muay Thai: Youssef Boughanem defeated Ahmed Aushev by KO

 73kg Muay Thai: Islam defeated Sudsakorn by decision

 63kg Muay Thai: Han ZiHao defeated Fridavs by KO

 60kg Kickboxing: Zhu Xu draw with Santi

 59kg Kickboxing: Chen ChangLin defeated Motoaki Takahashi by decision

 67kg Kickboxing: Liang YuanHao defeated Sun QianKun by decision

 80kg Kickboxing: Pavel Turuk defeated Wei GaoJie by decision

65kg Kickboxing World Championship Tournament:

Wang Kang defeated Samuel Sanchez Rodriguez by KO

65kg Kickboxing World Championship Tournament:

Fu QingNan defeated Brian Denix by decision

65kg Kickboxing World Championship Tournament Finals

Wang Kang defeated Fu QingNan by decision


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