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Venum Victory World Series in Paris Results

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On Saturday, November 28th in Paris, France Venum Victory World Series presented their final show of the year in a night that saw two tournaments conclude and the -75kg WAKO World Championship on the line. Mustapha Haida, whom signed with much fanfare to the promotion earlier this year, walked away as the 72.5kg winner and Igor Bugaenko picked up a KO victory in the finals to win the Rhinos 95kg tournament.

Jimmy Iftène (R3 - Decision) Mimoun Zahafi

Mohamed Galaoui (R3 - Decision) Aiman Al Radhi

Pavel Voronin (R3 - Decision) Pacome Assi

72.5kg Dragons Tournament: Michael Krcmar (R3 - Decision) Ian Alexander

72.5kg Dragon Tournament: Moustapha Haida (R1 - KO) Kader El Kaamouchi

95kg Rhinos Tournament: Alexandru Burduja (R3 - Decision) Tony Milanovic

95kg Rhinos Tournament: Igor Bugaenko (R3 - Decision) Claudio Istrate

Anissa Meksen (R3 - Decision) Maria Salomé Lobo

Mehdi Zatout (R3 - Decision) Yetkin Ozkul

Abderaman Coulibaly (R1 - TKO) Freddy Kemayo

72.5kg Dragons Tournament Final: Mustapha Haida (R3 - Decision) Michael Krcmar

95kg Rhinos Tournament Final: Igor Bugaenko (R1 - KO) Alexandru Burduja

-75kg WAKO Pro World Title: Chingiz Alazov (R5 - Decision) Djimé Coulibaly


Muay Thai Grand Prix 2 Results

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MTGP 2 Main Card Results:

MTGP 4 Man Grand Final – 66KG:

Charlie Peters def. Alex Bublea by unanimous decision

MTGP World Super Featherweight Championship – 59KG A-Class:

Jose Varela def. Hamlaoui Yacine by split decision

60KG K-1:

Jamie Whelan def. Panagiotis Zisimopoulos by unanimous decision

77KG K-1:

Kev Ward def. Reece Rowell by unanimous decision

MTGP World Featherweight Championship – 57KG A-Class:

Matthew Tieu def. Thibaud Duphil by unanimous decision

54KG A-Class:

Daniel McGowan def. Adrian Lopez Moreno by unanimous decision

48KG A-Class:

Evan Jays def. Alejandro R. Conception by unanimous decision

ISKA English Title – 63KG B-Class:

Rory Crawford def. Luke Portanier by unanimous decision

78KG B-Class:

Ryan Li def. Mark Robinson by unanimous decision

MTGP 4 Man Semi Final 2 of 2 – 66KG:

Alex Bublea def. Khun Bank by KO 2nd Round (knock out of the night)

MTGP 4 Man Semi Final 1 of 2 – 66KG:

Charlie Peters def. Ben Lucas by unanimous decision (fight of the night)

70KG B-Class:

Michael Pham def. Krystian Ozog by unanimous decision

75KG K-1:

Robert Vereyken def. James Gridley by split decision

72KG A-Class:

Marcel Dehinde def. Sevket Karaoglanoglu (MTGP fastest KO record of 0:18 secs)

86KG K-1:

Louis “KO” King def. Jack Deacon by KO 1st round


Enfusion Live #34 Results

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This weekend in the Netherlands we saw Enfusion Live 34, featuring Ilias Bulaid and Edye Ruiz in a world title fight that saw Bulaid pick up the victory, continuing his rather impressive streak in the Enfusion ring. 

Lorena Klijn (R4 - Decision) Mellony Geugjes

Tayfun Ozcan (R3 - Decision) William Diender

Mohammed Jaraya (R1 - KO) Andrei Ostroyanu

Mohamed Boubkari (R3 - Decision) Kamran Amindzade

Fabio Kwasi (R3 - Decision) Patrick Veenstra

Artur Kyshenko (R3 - Decision) Hicham El Gaoui

Enfusion -67kg World Title: Ilias Bulaid(C) (R3 - Decision) Edye Ruiz


K-1 WGP 2015 The Championship Live Results

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Join us for the K-1 WGP The Championship Live Results at 12am EST/ 9pm PST. I'll also be Tweeting Live @JayJauncey 


65kg Title - Kaew Fairtex def. Minoru Kimura by KO Rd 1(overhand left, and left head knee)

60kg Title - Hirotaka Urabe def. Koya Urabe by KO Rd 3 (flying knee)

55kg Title - Takeru def. Charles Bongiovanni by KO Rd 2 (left hook)

65kg - Masaaki Noiri def. Yasuomi Soda bu Unanimous Dec

70kg - Hiroki Nakajima def. Dmitrii Grafov by Unanimous Dec

60kg - Leona Pettas def. Taiga by Majority Dec

60kg - Fumiya Osawa def. Kotaro Shimano by Unanimous Dec

65kg - Massaro Glunder def. Ren Hiramoto by Majority Dec

65kg - Yuta Shinohara def. Kensei Kondo by TKO Rd 3 (body punches)

55kg - Haruma Saikyo def. Tatsuya Tsubakihara by Split Dec


60kg - Taishi Hiratsuka def. Yuki Miwa by KO Rd 3

70kg - Jin Hirayama def. Daisuke Fujimura by KO Rd 2

65kg - Daiki Matsushita def. Kazuhiro by KO Rd 1


Lion Fight 26 Live Results

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Join us tonight for Lion Fight 26 featuring Nick Chasteen against Turan Hassanov, John Nofer vs. Victor Saravia and much more.

Lion Fight 26 Main Card – Begins at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT on AXS TV

Main Event – Welterweight (142 pounds) fight – Nick Chasteen def. Turan Hassanov by TKO in Rd 3

Co-Main Event – Super Bantamweight (122 pounds) fight – John Nofer def. Victor Saravia by Unanimous Dec

Middleweight (160 pounds) fight – Josh Shepard  def. Ben Peak by Unanimous Dec

Lightweight (135 pounds) – Julio Pena def. Tim Amorim by KO Rd 3 (spinning back elbow)

Welterweight (142 pounds) – Pedro Gonzalez def. Sean Fagan by Unanimous Dec


KOK World GP 2015 in Vilnius Results

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King of Kings had their Heavyweight tournament final this weekend in Vilnius, Lithuania. Hometown fighter Julius Mocka met Tomas Hron in the final and the Lithuanian managed to get the TKO in front of his fans to become the KOK heavyweight tournament champion.

Here are the full results thanks to KIKSIE DB.

KOK WGP Main Card

1. Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal #1 - Julius Mocka (Lithuania) def. Stepan Kyrlig (Moldova) by Decision

2. Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal #2 - Tomáš Hron (Czech Republic) def. Michal Turynski (Poland) by Decision

3. Superfight -74kg - Tadas Jonkus (Lithuania) def. Marcus Powel (United Kingdom) by Decision

4. Superfight -80kg - Karolis Liukaitis (Lithuania) def. Pavel Turuk (Belarus) by Decision

5. Heavyweight Tournament Final - Julius Mocka (Lithuania) def. Tomáš Hron (Czech Republic) by TKO in Round 2

6. KOK World Title Bout -93kg - Sergej Maslobojev (Lithuania) def. Robert Dorin (Romania) by Decision

KOK Heros Series

1. 71kg - Jordy Laret (Netherlands) def. Martynas Jasiūnas (Lithuania) by KO in Extra Round

2. 71kg - Dawid Mirkowski (Poland) def. Herkus Lukošiūnas (Lithuania) by TKO in Round 1

3. -83kg - Jaldemar Kulda (Lithuania) def. Raimond Aukstikalnis (Latvia) by Decision

4. MMA -96kg - Teodoras Aukštuolis (Lithuania) def. Alexander Grebenkin (Russia) by Decision

5. -71kg - Henrikas Vikšraitis (Lithuania) def. Kurtis Allen (United Kingdom) by Decision

6. MMA +93kg - Tomas Pakutinskas (Lithuania) def. Kamil Bazelak (Poland) by Submission (Standing Guillotine) in Round 1



Enfusion Live 33 Results

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Enfusion Live 33 eminated from Switzerland this weekend in a night where the Enfusion Live 75kg title was decided, with Diogo Calardo walking away as the new champion. 

Janique Avanthay (R3 - Decision) Amandine Falck

Shkodran Veseli (R3 - Decision) Adelino Boa Morte

Ulrik Bokeme (R3 - Decision) Cheick Sidibe

Pedro Barros (R3 - TKO) Andriy Unhuryan

Jonay Risco (R3 - Decision) Christophe Pruvost

Enfusion -75kg World Title: Diogo Calado (R3 - TKO) Rafael Ilorda


SuperKombat World Grand Prix Final Results: Loren Knocks Out Stoica

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Some interesting developments out of Romania today as the favorite in their heavyweight tournament, Roman Kryklia, was defeated in the finals by Tarik Khbabez via decision. Kryklia has been seen as one of the hottest heavyweight prospects in a while and this makes for a huge win for Khbabez.

Another big upset was Loren Jorge collected his second Stoica scalp in SuperKombat, knocking Andrei Stoica down early into round one with a right hook. Stoica got to his feet but did not look all there and was quickly down on the mat again with the referee calling for the bell, crowning a new SuperKombat Super Cruiserweight Champion in Loren Jorge.

Heavyweight Tournament: Roman Kryklia (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Ivan Pavle

Heavyweight Tournament: Tarik Khbabez (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Nicolas Wamba 

Claudiu Badoi (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Mika Tahitu 

Alexandru Negrea (R1 - KO) Noureddine Echiguer 

Tournament Final: Tarik Khbabez (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Roman Kryklia 

SuperKombat Super Cruiserweight Title: Jorge Loren (R1 - TKO) Andrei Stoica(C)


GLORY 25 Live Results

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Today is Friday, November 6th and GLORY 25 is upon us. GLORY 25 is shaping up to be one of the most exciting cards that we've seen all year thus far with Robin van Roosmalen vs. Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong headlining the event for the GLORY Lightweight Championship. For the fans in Italy, though, the feature attraction is the return of the doctor as Giorgio Petrosyan takes on Josh Jauncey. To top it off there will be a welterweight contender's tournament, the GLORY Featherweight title will be decided and Ilunga takes on Vakhitov. This is quite a day of fights. 

So join us here on LiverKick for all of the action. For those here in the United States, to watch the SuperFight Series live you'll have to do so through EverSport for $10. The SuperFight Series begins at 1:30pm eastern. As for GLORY 25, while it will be airing on tape delay on ESPN2, to watch it live on ESPN3 you'll need to be a cable or satellite subscriber and to check out WatchESPN at 4pm eastern. WatchESPN is also available on iOS, Android, Amazon Fire Stick, Chromecast, Xbox, Roku and more for those that are so inclined. 


GLORY Lightweight Championship: Robin van Roosmalen(C) (R5 - Unanimous Decision) Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong-- This was academic. In fact, Sitthichai didn't even get out of second gear in this fight. He dominated, did exactly what he wanted to. Robin fought valiantly and landed a good deal of punches, but Sitthichai was just the better fighter.

I wrote that before the decision was rendered. The decision was, somehow, for Robin van Roosmalen. Literally the worst decision that I've ever, ever seen. These judges should never be allowed to judge another fight ever again. They just robbed Sitthichai.

Welterweight Tournament Finals: Murthel Groenhart (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Karim Ghajji -- Man, what a damned fight. First round started off well enough, but then Murthel Groenhart turned up the heat and this turned into a Mike's Gym slaughter like we've seen with other fighters from Mike's Gym. Ghajji went down and things looked grim. Yet, he hung out. I commented that Murthel was going to gas out and he came out strong in the beginning of round two until he began to fade. From there he was still throwing strikes but spending a lot of time in the ropes while Ghajji went to work. Round three was more of the same, but Murthel came back strong and was throwing some big shots. Great, great fight.

Giorgio Petrosyan (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Josh Jauncey -- What is there to say? Giorgio Petrosyan is back and he looked tremendous. The same Doctor that we've all known and loved for years avoiding just about everything that Jauncey threw at him while landing his legendary counters. I can't stress enough how good that Jauncey looked here, though. He was right there with Petrosyan avoiding just about every big shot thrown at him. The problems came for him when he came in too close to Petrosyan and Petrosyan was throwing those close knees and short punches.

Welterweight Tournament: Karim Ghajji (R3 - Majority Decision) Yoann Kongolo -- Interesting fight. Ghajji was a bit more careful in there while Kongolo was incredibly active all fight. But Kongolo wasn't doing a lot of damage. Ghajji scored a mildly controversial knockdown in round one and that really sealed the fight for him. Kongolo won round two by being more active, but the third round was incredibly close, with Ghajji potentially edging things out with a few great punch combinations. Solid fight, could have gone either way.

Welterweight Tournament: Murthel Groenhart (R2 - TKO [cut]) Nicola Gallo -- Wasn't really much here. Murthel controlled the fight early on and opened up a cut. Once the ref and doctor checked on it that was that.

GLORY 25 SuperFight Series

GLORY Featherweight Championship: Serhiy Adamchuk (R5 - Decision) Gabriel Varga(C) -- This was an absolutely ugly fight. There's really no way around that. Both men are sound technicians and the fight that we got included Varga throwing a few strikes, then plowing headfirst into Adamchuk who would then land a few shots and headlock him before the ref broke it up. Literally five rounds of that. Both men are tremendous talents, but this was ugly.

Artem Vakhitov (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Danyo Ilunga -- My god, what a fight. Danyo Ilunga at times doesn't seem like he has it all together, but in this fight we really saw one of the best performances by Ilunga that we've seen in a long time. This fight was all about Ilunga's length and kicks against Vakhitov's punch combinations. Ilunga was holding strong early on, but Vakhitov came roaring back with a combination with his hands that should have put Ilunga down, but didn't. The second round was slower, a bit more deliberate, but Ilunga looked to be landing the better strikes. The third round is where Vakhitov really laid into his punches here. Ilunga looked to be in control, but Vakhitov threw everything at him. Tremendous fight by both men, nobody has anything to be ashamed of.

Vittorio Iermano (R2 - TKO [Cut]) Samir Boukhidous -- Interesting fight. Boukhidous seemed like the better fighter, landing the cleaner strikes and controlling the ring. Yet. Iermano landed a big knee in round two that connected on the forehead of Boukhidous and opened up a pretty gnarly cut. Once the ref had it checked out the fight was called.

Stefano Bruno (R2 - TKO) Hosam Radwan -- Radwan looked pretty good, but his defenses left a lot to be desired. Bruno landed a lot in the first round, both men technically went down but the ref didn't call it. The second round saw Bruno just working Radwan over, Radwan going down three times but the ref completely missing the second time somehow. The third knockdown was all that the ref needed to see before stopping it. Solid win by Bruno.

Anatoly Moiseev (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Teo Mikelic -- While Mikelic was game throughout this fight, this fight was all Moiseev. Moiseev was controlling most of the action, having Mikelic backpedaling throughout the fight. A knockdown in second round helped Moiseev to run away with the fight, but Mikelic was too banged up in R3 to make any sort of comeback. Good showing by Moiseev.


Video: KTMMA 4 Highlights

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KTMMA is a new promotion in Britain that are trying something a little different. They have done 4 shows so far and all have been a great success and the fans seem to love it.

Former Muay Thai and Kickboxing champion turned promoter Mr. Tim Izli was looking to promote k-1 style kickboxing when he had an original idea, which is how KTMMA began. This idea was to make the first round of the fight with 10oz gloves full Muay Thai rules, between rounds the fighters change into 4oz MMA gloves and their second round is MMA rules. It is very similar to when Shinya Aoki fought Nagashima on Dynamite 2010 and that was a very exciting fight and now thanks to KTMMA we get a whole card with that excitement.

Here is KTMMA's new highlight video from their last event, it looks as though they are including a few Muay Thai only fights on their cards as well.


Kunlun Fight 32 Results: Buakaw Victorious with Video Inside

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Buakaw is back and this time it is inside of the Kunlun ring in China. This marks yet another new promotion for Buakaw to fight exclusively in, just one of many over the past few years. The hype is, of course, will Buakaw finally fight Yodsanklai now? My answer is a firm "no," but don't stop believing. 

Results by Kiksie.

Women's 52kg Tournament Semifinal #1

E Meidie (China) def. Isis Verbeek (Netherlands)

Women's 52kg Tournament Semifinal #2

Anissa Meksen (France) def. Xu Zhurong (China) by Decision

Women's 52kg Tournament Final

E Meidie (China) def. Anissa Meksen (France)

Kickboxing - 60kg

Wang Kehan (China) def. Michaela Michl (Germany)

Middleweight World Championship Tournament Top 16 – Group B - 70kg

Davit Kiria (Georgia) def. David Calvo (Spain)

Middleweight World Championship Tournament Top 16 – Group B - 70kg

Victor Nagbe (Australia) def. Dzianis Zuev (Belarus) by Unanimous Decision After an Extra Round

Kickboxing - 65kg

Bai Lishuai (China) def. Jisoo Jung (South Korea) by Decision

Kickboxing - 70kg

Wang Weihao (China) def. Ievgenii Shevchenko (Ukraine) by Decision

MMA - 66kg

Mourad Ennaceri (France) def. Yan Xibo (China) by Decision

MMA - 77kg

Burenzorki (Mongolia) def. Nosherwan Khanzada (Pakistan) by TKO

Kickboxing - 100+kg

Yang Yu (China) def. Takeshi Kodaira (Japan) by KO in Round 1

Muay Thai - 70kg

Buakaw Banchamek (Thailand) def. Gu Hui (China) by TKO in Round 2


Ian Alexander and Claudiu Istrate Win Big at Venum Victory World Series

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Yesterday in Panama saw Venum Victory World Series crown two more tournament champions who will be making their way to the finals of a larger tournament in Paris on November 28th. Chicago native Ian Alexander shocked many by defeating veteran Mohamed El Mir and then going on to defeat Kader El Kamouchi after the fight was ruled a draw, leading to an extension round and saw El Kamouchi refuse to continue the fight.

For the Rhinos Romanian Claudiu Istrate picked up a win over Lucas Alsina and then won a big TKO victory over the more spent Rafael Da Souza who had taken John Granville to a decision via an extension round. 

The highlights of the night may have been the super fights, though. Legendary figure on the circuit Marco Pique was expected to float his way past Marcus Fisher before Fisher turned up the heat on Pique throughout the fight and was able to pick up a huge decision victory over Pique. In the main event Armen Petrosyan and Luis Castaneda went to war with Petrosyan ultimately winning, but Castaneda impressing everyone involved.

Armen Petrosyan (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Luis Castaneda

Marcus Fisher (R3 - Decision) Marco Pique

Dragon Series

Ian Alexander (R3 - Split Decision) Mohamed El Mir

Kader El Kamouchi (R2 - KO) Ricardo Cruz

Final: Ian Alexander (Ext.R - Disqualification) Kader El Kamouchi


Claudiu Istrate (R3 - Decision) Lucas Alsina

Rafael Da Souza (Ext.R - Decision) John Granville

Final: Claudiu Istrate (R3 - TKO) Rafael Da Souza




Lion Fight 25 Live Results

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Lion fight 25 is Live on AXS TV and it is their biggest show to date, with the main event putting Muay Thai Legend John Wayne Parr against Cosmo Alexandre for the rubber match.

Main Card

Cosmo Alexandre def. John Wayne Parr by Unanimous Dec

Jorina Baars def. Martina Jindrova by Unanimous Dec

Mike Lemaire def. Jake Poss by Unanimous Dec

Romie Adanza def. Anthony Castrejon by KO Rd 3 (right hand)

Joe Gogo def. Marvin Madariaga by TKO Rd 3 (doc stoppage due to cut)

Ming Freeman def. Jason Andrada by KO Rd 5 (right hand)



Albert Kraus and Jhonata Diniz Win Big at ACB-3

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Yesterday in Romania ACB kickboxing held the finals of their 95+kg tournament, featuring Jhonata Diniz vs. Valentin Slavikovski. Slavikovski was the aggressor early on, pushing Diniz to be defensive, but Diniz still kept attacking, finally finding a perfect opening for a right uppercut followed by a left hook that put Slavikovski down and out.

The whole event can be watched on YouTube now. Results from Kiksie.

1. Superfight - 95kg

Sebastian Cozmanca (Romania) def. Cosmin Joltea (Romania) by Decision

2. Superfight - 72.5kg

Robert Stoica (Romania) def. Salamu Dzhamalkhanov (Russia) by TKO in Round 2

3. Superfight - 68kg

Bekhan Evsultanov (Russia) vs. Eugen Dragomir (Romania) - Draw

4. Superfight - 75kg

Fluerasu Dragos (Romania) def. Mansur Vaduev (Russia) by Decision

5. Superfight - 67kg

Zahid Zairov (Uzbekistan) def. Lom Ali Eskiev (Belgium) by Decision

6. Superfight - 61kg

Sorin Tanasie (Romania) def. Szilagy Aron (Hungary) by Decision

7. Superfight - 71kg

Hysni Beqiri (Kosovo) def. Warren Stevelmans (Netherlands) by KO in round 1

8. Superfight - 77kg

Jamie Bates (United Kingdom) def. Pavel Turuk (Belgium) by Decision

9. Superfight - 77kg

Sergej Braun (Germany) def. Dorin Stan (Romania) by Unanimous Decision

10. Superfights - 72.5kg

Parviz Abdullayev (Azerbaijan) def. Haris Ferizovic (Romania) by Unanimous Decision

11. Superfight - 61kg

Umar Paskhaev (Russia) def. Marius Tolea (Romania) by Unanimous Decision

12. Superfights - 95+kg

Tarik Khbabez (Morocco) def. Sebastian Ciobanu (Romania) by Unanimous Decision

13. Superfight - 73,5kg

Albert Kraus (Netherlands) def. Marius Tita (Romania) by Decision

14. Grand Prix Final - 95+kg

Jhonata Diniz (Brazil) def. Valentin Slavikovski (Belarus) by KO in Round 1


Weekend Results: Yokkao 14 and 15 Once Again Electrifies UK Crowd

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This past weekend in the UK Yokkao returned to Bolton for another big double header, this time with Yokkao 14 and Yokkao 15. Each show had their own big fights and from the reactions that I've seen online everyone who was in attendance once again walked away extremely happy. The big fights on Yokkao 14 saw Reece McAllister defeat Josh Turbill via TKO in R1 and Saenchai took the fight to Massaro Glunder, who took the fight on short notice, by winning a decision.

At Yokkao 15 Jordan Watson defeated Jordann Pikeur via decision and Singdam took Liam Harrison a full five rounds picking up the decision. Results powered by Kiksie. When video is available we'll let you know.

Yokkao 16 will be on the 13th of November in Argentina.

Yokkao 14

YOKKAO UK Ranking Fight -65kg

Jack Kennedy def. Michael McGeachan by TKO in Round 3


Joe McGovan def. George Davies by TKO in Round 4

YOKKAO UK Ranking Fight -65kg

Myk Estlick def. Mike Bateman by TKO in Round 3

YOKKAO UK Ranking Fight -61,5kg

Keith McLachlan def. Ian Houillebecq by Unanimous Decision

YOKKAO UK Ranking Fight -70kg

Reece McAllister def. Josh Turbill by TKO in ROund 1

Thailand vs Holland -65kg

Saenchai PKSaenchaimuaythaigym def. Massaro Glunder by Unanimous Decision

Yokkao 15

Yokkao UK Ranking Fight 70kg Jack Fallon def. Luke IMeson by TKO in Round 1

YOKKAO UK Ranking Fight -65kg

Tommi McCormick def. Brian Totty by TKO in Round 1

YOKKAO UK Ranking Fight -72,5kg

Jake Purdy def. Soloman Wickstead by Majority Decision

UK vs Holland -70kg

Jordan Watson def. Jordann Pikeur by Unanimous Decision

UK vs France -61,5kg

Christopher Shaw def. Karim Bennoui by Unanimous Decision

UK vs Thailand -65kg

Singdam Kiatmoo9 def. Liam Harrison by Unanimous Decision


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