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KNOCK OUT Delivers Huge With Debut Show

Japanese promotion KNOCK OUT made a lot of bold claims about reviving Japanese kickboxing and threw together a formidable debut event in KNOCK OUT vol.0 that went down today. Not only did they make claims, but they delivered with a night of exciting fights and really showed the world what Japanese kickboxing is made of. The biggest story is Tenshin Nasukawa knocking out Wanchalong in round one with a crazy spinning back kick.

Seriously, that is amazing. The promotion also announced their second event, KNOCK OUT vol.1 for February 12th, featuring Genji Umeno, Tenshin Nasukawa, Hikari Machida, Takashi Futoshi and more.

KNOCK OUT vol.0

Haruaki Otsuki (R1 - KO) StarBoy KwaythongGym

Eisaku Ogasawara (R3 - KO) Keisaku Miyamoto

Yosuke Morii (R3 - KO) Yodwandee Nitsamui

T-98 (R2 - KO) Yuichiro "Jienotsu" Nagashima

Tenshin Nasukawa (R1 - KO) Wanchalong PK.Saenchaigym

Genji Umeno (R5 - Dec) Sirimongkol PK.Saenchaigym

 

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K-1 Crowns a New -85kg Champion in Thrilling Tournament Final

The K-1 World Grand Prix Europe marched into Bosnia this weekend with their -85kg tournament. While the names weren't quite on the same level as the -95kg tournament from last month, the action delivered in spades with a lot of young fighters looking to make a name for themselves in the tournament. The final was a crazy slugfest between Igor Emkic from Bosnia and Russian Timur Aylayrov. Timur was applying pressure and dropping Emkic with body blows and you could almost hear the air get sucked out of the crowd who was looking for a local hero to win the tournament.

Tournament Final: Timur Aylayrov (R3 - TKO) Igor Emkic 

Tournament Semi-Final: Timur Aylayrov (R3 - Dec) Agron Preteni 

Tournament Semi-Final: Igor Emkick (R3 - Dec) David Radeff 

Tournament Quarterfinal: Timur Aylayrov (R? - TKO) Vasil Ducar 

Tournament Quarterfinal: Agron Preteni (R3 - Dec) Imanol Rodriguez 

Tournament Quarterfinal: Igor Emkic (R3 - Dec) Guiseppe De Domenico 

Tournament Quarterfinal: David Radeff (R3 - Dec) Nikola Noveski 

Tournament Reserve Fight: Mesud Selimovic (R1 - KO) Petar Jaman 

Haris Brko (R3 - Dec) Rafal Gorka 

Giannis Skordilis (R3 - Dec) Maycon Coller 

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Enfusion Live #44 Results: Boustati Wins Big

Enfusion Live ran Enfusion Live #44 in The Hague today, featuring their usual undercard of Kickboxing Talents before the proper show, featuring a -67kg tournament bouts. The main show saw big wins by the likes of William Diender, Reder Zaidi and Hicham Achalhi via KO before the main event for Enfusion's 90kg title was underway. It saw the return of one of kickboxing's most entertaining personalities in Andrew Tate against Ibrahim El Boustati for El Boustati's title, only for El Boustati to stop him within the first round. 

RESULTS

Kickboxing Talents #26, The Hague, The Netherlands, Saturday

03.12.2016

1. 3X3 Tournament  -67Kg 

Lofogo Sarour (South Sudan)  Vs Tarik Lyachat (Morocco) 

WINNER: Lofogo Sarour (South Sudan) Points

2. 3X3 Tournament  -67Kg

Samir Lopes (Cape Verde)  Vs Tony Jas (The Netherlands) 

WINNER: Samir Lopes (Cape Verde) Disqualification to Tony Jas (The Netherlands) Rd 3

3. 3X3 Tournament  -67Kg  

Wail Karroumi (Morocco)  Vs Juan Javier Barragan (Spain)

WINNER: Wail Karroumi (Morocco) Rd 1 TKO

4.   3X3 Tournament  -67Kg

Walid Hamid (Morocco)  Vs Richaymond Lopez (The Netherlands) 

WINNER: Walid Hamid (Morocco) Rd 2 TKO

5.   3X3 -63Kg    

Reda Narain (Surinam)  Vs   Mohammed Dadda (Morocco) 

WINNER: Reda Narain (Surinam) Points

6.   3X3 -63KG

Soufiane Kaddouri (Morocco)  Vs Damencio Patty (Netherlands)

WINNER: Soufiane Kaddouri (Morocco)   Rd 1 KO

7.  3X3 -70KG

Jassem Al Djilawi (Egypt)  Vs Romano Bakboord (The Netherlands) 

WINNER: Romano Bakboord (The Netherlands) Rd 2 TKO

RESULTS

Enfusion Live #44, The Hague, The Netherlands, Saturday 3.12.2016

21.00 local start time  (20.00 GMT) 

1. 3X3    -54Kg FEMALE

Fadma Basrir (France)  Vs Sanne Strabbing (The Netherlands)

WINNER: Sanne Strabbing (The Netherlands) Points

2. 3X3  -72.5Kg

Patrick van Rees (The Netherlands)  Vs Reda Zaidi (Morocco) 

WINNER: Reda Zaidi (Morocco) Rd 2 KO

3. 3X3   -70Kg 

Bilal Kasrioui (Morocco)  Vs William Diender (The Netherlands) 

WINNER: William Diender (The Netherlands) Rd 1 KO

 4.  3X3   -72.5Kg

Yassin Baitar (Morocco) Vs Redouan Laarkoubi (Morocco) 

WINNER: Yassin Baitar (Morocco) Points

5.  3X3    -72.5Kg    

Marcel Verhaal (The Netherlands)  Vs   Karam en Hahaoui (Morocco) 

WINNER: Marcel Verhaal (The Netherlands) Points

6.  3X3      Heavyweight

Hicham Achalhi (Morocco) Vs Steve Magnier (France)

WINNER: Hicham Achalhi (Morocco) Rd 2 TKO

7.  5X3            ENFUSION WORLD TITLE               -90Kg

Andrew Tate (USA)  Vs Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) 

WINNER: Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) Rd 1 TKO

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Enfusion Aims for 2017 Expansion With Buakaw, Yodsanklai and More

Today at their latest live event, Enfusion Live announced massive plans for 2017. After running a number of successful shows in 2016, they will be expanding to 20 shows in 2017, including three leagues at 67kg, 72.5kg and 85kg. On top of that, they announced a set of new signings for the promotion that are sure to entice fans, the biggest of which is former K-1 World MAX Champion Buakaw Banchamek. Buakaw has mainly been fighting in China, including a series of fights with Chinese legend Yi Long that has set the world on fire. 

Buakaw has been a draw anywhere he's gone since the dissolving of FEG's K-1, making worldwide headlines for his many (and I do mean many) problems with management, business partners, promotions and more, including a scandal with K-1 in Pattaya where Banchamek and his team claimed K-1 was fixing fights, changing the rules late and a plethora of other claims. This came hot-off-the-heels of his departures from Thai Fight and MAX Muay Thai before moving on temporarily to Topking, then to Kunlun Fight and WLF in China where he's currently been competing. 

They've also added Thai legend Yodsanklai Fairtex who has carved out a name for himself all over the world, although things have been quiet for Yod over the past year thanks to a nagging injury. On top of that they've snagged Superbon and Jomhod. If Enfusion somehow isn't planning on running a show or two in Thailand they'd be nuts.

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