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Nong-O and Sam-A Score Third Round KO Wins on Petyindee Birthday Show

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Tuesday night was Petyindee’s annual show to celebrate the birthday of promoter Wirat Wachirarattanawong and veterans Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym and Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym both won Thailand titles courtesy of third round KO wins.

Nong-O was returning to Lumpinee Stadium after winning two Toyota Marathons this year and he won the vacant Thailand lightweight title for the second time when an uppercut left Kiatphet Suanaharnpeakmai flat on his face on the canvass.

The first two rounds were uneventful but in the third Nong-O started to seize the initiative and landed three hard right hands to his opponent’s body in quick succession. Kiatphet responded by pressing forward and looking to land a big elbow but he was punished by a perfectly timed right uppercut.

It was a similar story in the preceding fight as Nong-O’s Petyindee team mate Sam-A won the vacant Thailand super featherweight title after stepping up the pace and stopping Bangpleenoi 96Peenang with a brutal third round barrage.

Both fighters made a cautious start with Sam-A wanting to counter and Bangpleenoi reluctant to come forward but in round three the Petyindee fighter began to systematically pick apart his younger, taller opponent.

Sam-A was already starting to make his technical superiority felt when he landed a beautiful straight left, right uppercut combination which was completed with a left low kick which knocked Bangpleenoi off balance.

Sensing blood Sam-A moved in for the kill and began to batter Bangpleenoi with knees, kicks and punches with the coup de grace applied with two straight knees to the head of an opponent who was already defenceless after eating a right uppercut.

The five Petyindee fighters on the card all won but Petmorakot Wor Sangprapai had to survive an onslaught from the always entertaining Seksun Or.Kwanmuang who was going all out for the KO, planting his feet and swinging for the fences, but continually ate knees from the much taller fighter.

Petmorakot was on the receiving end of numerous hard right hands but he wore the punches well and was able to score with enough knees throughout the final rounds to give himself an unassailable lead on the scorecards with the knockdowns he needed ultimately eluding Seksun.

Earlier in the night Egmonkol Kaiyanghadaogym was able to stop Methee Sor.Jor.Toypedriew in the third round of a fight which had a three million side bet riding on it with a short, sharp elbow in round three doing the damage.

There was also a big win for Satharnmuanglek Numpontep who outclassed Thanaphet Tor Pran49 for the first three rounds but had to survive a scare in the fourth when his opponent dragged the fight into the clinch and started to land some knees but couldn’t quite do enough to turn it around.

Petyindee Promotions, Lumpinee Stadium, November 25th

Satharnmuanglek Numpontep beat Thanaphet Tor Pran49 by decision

Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym beat Bangpleenoi 96Peenang by KO (punches and knees) in round three

Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym beat Kiatphet Suanaharnpeakmai by KO (Punch) in round three

Suwannabhom STDtransport beat Petchkrengkri Sitboonmee by decision

Petmorakot Wor Sangprapai beat Seksun Or.Kwanmuang by decision

Kwankaw Chor.Rajabhatsadu-Esarn beat Phet-Utong Or.Kwanmuang by decision

Egmonkol Kaiyanghadaogym beat Methee Sor.Jor.Toypedriew by KO (Elbow) in round three

Keawkangwan Kaiyanghadaogym beat Kodchasan Vor.Viwattanamhon by decision

Wanchana Or Boonchuay beat Kwanpetch Sor.Suwanpakdee by decision

Saksit Tor Piemsappadrew beat Panomrunglek Kiatmoo9 by decision

Petchlecha Tor.Tananchai beat Khunhan Sittongsak by decision

Fhamai Por.Ruanglam beat Petchboonkam F.A.Group by decision

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Superkombat  World Grand Prix Monza: Results

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Yesterday in Monza, Italy SuperKombat gave the world the finals of their Light Heavyweight WGP in a night that saw a lot of surprises and confusion. The confusion is rooted in the fact that Cedric Manhoef was unable to attend the event, which was upsetting to the fans in attendance. Then Catalin Morosanu's fight never happened because his opponent, Ron Sparks, fell off the entrance ramp during the pre-fight introductions and injured himself. There was also a mishap with the ring that happened during the event and needed to be tended to. 

The rest of the show scored rave reviews, though.

Ivan Jorge def. Aristote Quitusisa by Decision- Wins Superkombat Light-Heavyweight Title

Julian Imeri def. Nader Farhou by Decision

Bogdan Stoica def. Alexandru Negrea by TKO (Punches) in Round 3

Andrei Stoica def. Emilio Valecillo by TKO (Punches) in Round 1

Amansio Paraschiv def. Riccardo Lecca by KO (Left Hook) in Round 1

Jorge Loren def. Michael Terrill by KO (Body kick) in Round 2

Aristote Quitusisa def. Dawid Kasperski via Decision

Giuseppe De Domenico def. Errol Koning via Decision

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Enfusion Live #22 Live Results and Stream

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I've been looking forward to this card all weekend. First of all Denise Kielholtz Vs Tiffany Van Soest is going to be an amazing clash of styles, I can't wait to see how Van Soest deals with Kielholtz combos or how Denise deals with Tiffany's power. Also.. Andy Souwer not much more I need to say about him, I'm just hoping he gets through this one without any injuries since his S-Cup fight is next weekend.

STREAM IS HERE

Full Results

70 KG - Marvin Sansaar (Surinam) Vs Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco) - Mohammed Jaraya Wins by KO Rd 2 (overhand right)

85 KG - Tom De Smet (The Netherlands) Vs Daniel Ciric (Serbia) - Tom De Smet Wins by TKO Rd 1 (hand combinations then corner threw in the towel)

80 KG - Alva Remor (Curacao) Vs Khalid El Bakouri (Morocco) - Khalid El Bakouri Wins by Decision

70 KG - Cedric Bacuna (Curacao) Vs Andrei Ostrovanu (Romania) - Andrei Ostrovanu Wins by KO Rd 1 (knee to the chin)

57 KG Enfusion World Title - Denise Kielholtz (The Netherlands) Vs Tiffany van Soest (USA) - Denise Kielholtz wins by Unan Decision

70 KG Enfusion World Title - Andy Souwer (The Netherlands) Vs Ardalan Sheikholeslami (Iran) - Andy Souwer Wins by KO Rd 4 (Ardalan dropped his hands and laughed and paid dearly from a series of right hands)

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Lion Fight 19 Live Results

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Even though the main event was changed it should still be a good card and fill everyone's Friday night full of knees and elbows and if you cant watch it at least you can read these results.

Full Card Results

Jo Nattawut vs. Sean Kearney - Jo Nattawut defeats Sean Kearney by Unanimous Decision

Chajmaa Bellakhal vs. Jeri Sitzes - Chajmaa Bellakhal defeats Jeri Sitzes by Split Decision

Rungravee Sasiprapa vs. Ognjen Topic - Ognjen Topic defeats Rungravee Sasiprapa by Unanimous Decision

Rungrat Sasiprapa vs. Pedro Gonzalez - Rungrat Sasiprapa defeats Pedro Gonzalez by KO Rd 4 (body kick and body knees)

Chris Mauceri vs. Coke Chunhawat - Chris Mauceri defeats Coke Chunhawat by Unanimous Decision

Matt Doherty vs. Julio Pena - Julio Pena defeats Matt Doherty by Unanimous Decision

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TopKing World Series Live Results

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Well its 8:30Am for me and I had to set my alarm to wake up and watch this tournament from France so why not give everyone the results. I'm sure everyone is curious to see Buakaw back in action against a strong opponent in Steve Moxon. Plus other great fighters like Reece McAllister, Niclas Larsen, Marat Grigorian, and Abraham Roqueni.

Anyway that's enough talking this early in the morning here are the results.

Results

70kgs Tounament

Marat Grigorian Vs Abraham Roqueni - Marat Grigorian Wins by Decision

Vladimir Konsky Vs Niclas Larsen - Niclas Larsen Wins by KO Rd 1 (Overhand Right)

Marcin Parcheta Vs Azize Hlali - Marcin Parceta Wins by KO Rd 3 (DDT, he literally slammed his face into the ground)

Reece McAllister Vs Crice Boussoukou - McAllister Wins by KO Rd 1 (Knee to the chin from clinch)

Superfights

Thongchai Sitsongpeenong VS Djime Coulibaly - Thongchai Sitsongpeenong Wins by Decision

Buakaw Banchamek Vs Steve Moxon - Buakaw Wins KO Rd 3 (Right elbow finished it, but Moxon was dropped at least 4 or 5 other times with knees to the body, that fight was an annihilation) 

Sansatan Sor Suradech Vs Dylan Salvador - DRAW

Pakorn PKMuaythaiGym Vs Jimmy Vienot - Pakorn Wins by KO Rd 1 (Perfect left hook)

 

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GLORY 18 Live Results

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Tonight, after months and months of waiting, GLORY returns to the airwaves with GLORY 18 Oklahoma. We'll see Davit Kiria look to defend the GLORY Lightweight Championship against Robin van Roosmalen and a Light Heavyweight contender's tournament featuring Brian Collette, Zack Mwekassa, Saulo Cavalari and Danyo Ilunga.

Also in action will be Wayne Barrett vs. Jason Wilnis. So join us at 9pm Eastern time for GLORY 18. 

Light Heavyweight Tournament Final: Saulo Cavalari (R3 - TKO) Zack Mwekassa - This was an interesting fight, for sure. Saulo Cavalari was looking very concerned throughout the first round, backing up and legitimately afraid of Mwekassa's fists. Then he started scoring leg kicks. Round two saw a lot more leg kicks and Mwekassa was looking a bit slower and less steady on his feet thanks to those low kicks. Round three saw him continue to work the low kicks and then when Mwekassa was expecting a low kick Saulo connected with a crazy head kick that put Mwekassa down. Zack fought to his feet but was wobbly and the ref called it. 

GLORY Lightweight World Title: Robin van Roosmalen (R5 - Majority Decision) -- What a fun fight. Kiria tends to start off a bit slow, but he was landing single, clean shots against van Roosmalen. It was easy to score the first two rounds for Robin, but then in round three a huge left hand put Robin down. Round four was a close round, almost impossible to figure out which guy should get it, but Robin was landing more shots thoughout and in the fifth round was in control, securing the fight and the championship.

Jason Wilnis (R3 - Decision) Wayne Barrett -- This fight went into the opposite direction that everyone suspected that it would. Barrett came out strong, but Wilnis was able to overpower him, knocking him down a few times in R1 and once in R2 but Barrett surviving to the end.

Semifinal: Saulo Cavalari (R3 - Decision) Danyo Ilunga -- This was a messy, messy fight that saw Cavalari land more clean shots while Ilunga struggled to do much of anything.

Semifinal: Zack Mwekassa (R2 - KO) Brian Collette -- Oh my god. Collette is without a doubt the more complete fighter, but Mwekassa's hands are just leagues above most muay thai or kickboxing guys. The way that he was slipping in the jabs and the hooks were incredible. He downed Collette at the end of round one with a right hook, but Collette fought back to his feet. Round two was pretty quick with Mwekassa landing a hook that seriously looked like it killed Collette. Oh my god. 

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Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym Scores Lucrative Toyota Marathon Win in Bangkok

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Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym is now the proud owner of a Toyota Hilux Vigo worth 730,000 Baht as well as the Toyota Marathon belt after beating two separate opponents in Bangkok this afternoon.

At the upscale Asiatique three fighters who had already won Toyota Marathons entered a four man tournament to decide the overall winner which also had 300,000 baht in prize money on the line.

Nong-O, Singdam Kiatmuu9 and Petboonchu F.A.Group were the previous winners and they were joined by a Japanese fighter called Sato Sota in an event promoted by Petyindee.

Singdam and Petboonchu faced off in the first semi final in a battle which saw the recently crowned Lumpinee 140 lbs champion take on his Rajadamnern counterpart.

It was the taller figher who prevailed as Petboonchu was able to neutralize Singdam's right kick by repeatedly catching it and scoring with sweeps, giving him a comfortable lead at the end of the second which he easily defended in the third.

Nong-O would have been happy with the draw as he faced the unfancied, albeit much larger, Sota in the opening round and, as expected, the Thai won comfortably, although he had to cover up and defend himself from some left elbows which could have jeapordized his involvement in the final.

After a brief break for a boxing match the two fighters returned to the ring for the final and in the opening round Nong-O was able to successfuly disrupt Petboonchu's rhythm with a mixture of switch kicks, teeps and sweeps.

In the second round Nong-O, who tends to get the better of Petboonchu, manged to sweep him again before catching a kick and kicking away his opponent's standing leg to take a clear lead into the final round.

Petboonchu started the final round aggressively but never looked like turning the fight around as Nong-O was able to evade all his attacks and counter effectively to win the fight and take home the belt, cash and car.

In other Muay Thai action Kem Sitsongpeenong, Phetmorakot Wor.Sungprapai and Berneung Topkingboxing all stopped overmatched Westerners.

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SuperKombat WGP Final Elimination Geneva Results And Video

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Title Fight – Super Cruiserweight Bout (-95 kg) Moises Baute (Spain) vs. Andrei Stoica (Romania) Winner: Andrei Stoica (KO Rd 3)

Quarter Final 4 – Light Heavyweight Bout (-86 kg) Beni Osmanoski (Switzerland) vs. Jorge Loren (Spain) Winner: Jorge Loren

Quarter Final 3 – Light Heavyweight Bout (-86 kg) Aristote Quitusisa (France) vs. Bogdan Stoica (Romania) Winner: Aristote Quitusisa

Quarter Final 2 – Light Heavyweight Bout (-86 kg) Michael Terrill (United Kingdom) vs. Clyde Brunswijk (Suriname) Winner: Michael Terrill

Quarter Final 1 – Light Heavyweight Bout (-86 kg) Ibrahim El Bouni (Morocco) vs. Dawid Kasperski (Poland) Winner: Dawid Kasperski

Super Fight – Heavyweight Bout (+96 kg)Nordine Mahieddine (France) vs. Volkan Oezdemir (Switzerland) Winner: Volkan Oezdemir

Super Fight – Light Heavyweight Bout (-81 kg) Jamie Bates (United Kingdom) vs. Yoann Kongolo (Switzerland) Winner: Yoann Kongolo (KO Rd 3)

Super Fight – Heavyweight Bout (+96 kg) Enver Sljivar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) vs. Lucian Danilencu (Italy) Winner: Enver Sljivar (KO Rd 3)

 

 

 

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GFC 4 Live Results and Stream

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After all the controversy and shenanigans that have been happening this week in Dubai, the event is still on and starts in about 45mins. Badr Hari is fighting Arnold Oborotov and there is a PPV stream HERE if you are curious. 

We will post live results here as well.

Results

Badr Hari vs Arnold Oborotov - Badr Hari wins by KO 1st round (straight right to the body)

Zabit Samedov vs Jafar Ahmadi - Zabit Samedov Wins by Unanimous Decision

Heavyweight Tournament

Ismael Lazaar vs Sem Tevette - Ismael Lazaar Wins by TKO 2nd Round (wins the heavyweight tournament)

Sem Tevette vs Mohamed Karim - Sem Tevette Wins Unanimous Decision

Ismael Lazaar vs Tai Tuivasa - Ismael Lazaar Wins by TKO 2nd Round

Single Fights

Srdjan Seles vs Fatih Ulusoy - Fatih Ulusoy wins by Split Decision

WBC Internaitional championship of Dubai Title: Erkan Varol vs Jamnian Srikam - Winner by decision Jamnian Srikam

MMA: Ahmed Amir vs Hossein Mollamahdi - Ahmed Amir Wins by Submission

MMA: Luke Jumeau vs Mohammad Mansoori - Luke Jumeau Wins by Rear naked choke

Muay Thai: Adrien Garlonta vs Davoud Ojaghi - Adrien Garlonta Wins By TKO (Left hook to the liver)

 

 

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Yokkao 10 & 11 Results

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Yokkao enjoyed yet another successful trip to the UK as their double- event was held from the Macron Stadium last night in Bolton, UK. 

Jordan Watson made a triumphant return to the ring as he finished Mickael Piscitello with low kicks midway through their -70kg contest. It wasn’t an easy night for Watson though, as the Frenchman looked dangerous throughout the contest and even tested Watson’s chin with a superbly timed right-hand counter. The success was short-lived for Piscitello though as not long after getting Watson’s attention with the right-hand the bout was called off due to damage caused by Watson’s low-kicks, meaning Watson becomes Yokkao’s new -70kg world champion.

In the second headliner and title fight of the night Pakorn defeated Englishman Greg Wootton via unanimous decision claiming the Yokkao -65kg world title in the process. Wootton was competitive throughout but clearly wasn’t able to match the much more experienced and technical fighter.

Yokkao 10:
Jordan Watson def. Mickael Piscitello via TKO (low kicks) in Round 3
Sabri Sadouki def. Tim Thomas via TKO (referee stoppage) in Round 2
Salah Khalifa def. Steve Long via TKO (referee stoppage) in Round 1
Prathet def. Brian Totty via Unanimous Decision
Ste Foy def. Cathal McDermott via TKO(retirement) in Round 3
Liam McGrandles def. Jordan Williams via Unanimous Decision
Sammy Baruca and Kai Laithwaite fight to a Draw.

Yokkao 11:
Pakorn def. Greg Wootton via Unanimous Decision
Crice Boussoukou def. Brad Stanton via Unanimous Decision
Dan McGowan def. Nestor Rodriguez via Unanimous Decision
Sam Jackson def. Luca Fonda via TKO (referee stoppage) in Round 4
Josh Turbill def. Tommi McCormick via Unanimous Decision
Myk Estlick def. Kieron Jessop via Majority Decision.

 

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VIDEO: Sergei Kharitonov Scores TKO Victory Over Braddock Silva in Russia

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So there is a lot going on in the world of punching and kicking today, including the W5 event in Russia that saw a rematch from GLORY 16 of Sergei Kharitonov vs. Anderson "Braddock" Silva. Braddock came into the fight looking bulked up from when we saw him previously and Kharitonov was ready for Braddock this time around. 

It was strikingly similar to the last time that the two met, with it being Braddock's fight to lose. It was, as the kids would say, #HeavyweightKickboxing. As round two wore on Kharitonov was taking more shots than he was blocking, but he was able to corner Braddock and strong arm him back into the ropes where he landed a shot that put him down, with the ref calling the fight.

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K-1 World MAX Finals Live Results

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The K-1 World MAX Finals are live now, with K-1 airing four of the fights live right now. You can watch it right here on LiverKick. I am with headache, so be gentle. We'll be keeping you updated both here and on Twitter so stay tuned.

K-1 World MAX Final: Enriko Kehl (R4 - Forfeit) Buakaw Banchamek - This fight was close. Kehl was landing the clean shots while Buakaw was using his clinch to throw Kehl around. While that is all well and good, that doesn't score you points in K-1 rules. Buakaw should know that. When it was announced as a draw going into an extra round Buakaw literally walked out. Not kidding, he walked out. Probably some of the least professional behavior that we've seen in a long time, especially on this level. Enriko Kehl wins via forfeit. Wow.

Paul “Semtex” Daley (R3 - Dec.) Mohammad Ghaedibardeh - Ghaedibardeh is a tough, tough guy who took a ton of damage. His reach was pretty crazy and he was using his kicks to keep Daley pushed back. If you could give Ghaedibardeh round one, rounds two and three were all Daley, with Daley dropping him twice in R2 and once in R3. I mean, there was no question that Daley won, but you gotta give Ghaedibardeh credit for staying in the fight.

Maximo Suarez (R2 - TKO) Tural Bayramov - This fight started off strong with both guys looking for the knockout early on. Suarez dropped Tural early on in R1 and it looked like Tural injured his arm at some point. Tural came back for R2 but was unable to continue, giving Maximo the victory.

Andre “Dida” Amade (R3 - Dec.) Li Yankun - This served as Andre Dida's return to professional competition after a few years away from the ring. Needless to say he looked good, but there was some ring rust. Yankun is an up-and-coming Chinese fighter who showed a few flashes of brilliance, but ultimately fell short to Dida. 

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WGP 22 Results: Alex Pereira Wins Big

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This Saturday in Brazil WGP held their 22nd event featuring GLORY star Alex Pereira in the main event against Canadian fighter Robert Thomas. The two fought a hard bout that saw Pereira outstrike Thomas and take the decision victory. There was a one-night 60kg GP that saw Paulo Tebar go on a tear, knocking out both of his opponents. Here are the official results.

Results WGP #22

Under Card

Fight 1 K1 Rules (58,2 Kg) Felipe Gheno defeated Bruno Cerutti by split decision.

Fight 2 K1 Rules (71,8 kg) Marcelo Dioníso defeated “Fabiano Mineiro” by KO.

Fight 3 K1 Rules (66,800 kg) – WAKO PRO Brazilan Title Bout Édipo Herbert defeated Valmir Theiss by unanimous decision.

Main Card

Fight 1 – GP Semifinal K1 Rules (60 kg) Ignacio Capllonch (ARG) defeated Rafael Spin (BRA) by unanimous decision.

Fight 2 – GP Semifinal K1 Rules (60 kg) Paulo Tebar defeated Rafael “Coruja” by KO.

Fight 3 – WAKO PRO Brazilan Title Bout  Low Kicks (69,100 kg) Bruno Gazani defeated Wellington Tom by unanimous decision.

Fight 4 – WAKO PRO Brazilan Title Bout Low Kicks (94,100 kg) Felipe Micheletti defeated Wallyson “Maguila” Carvalho by TKO.

Fight 5 – WAKO PRO Brazilan Title Bout Low Kicks (85 kg) Cesar Almeida defeated Francisco Araújo by KO.

Fight 6 – GP Final K1 Rules (60 kg) Paulo Tebar defeated Ignacio Capllonch by TKO.

Fight 7 – Super Fight K1 Rules (85 kg) Alex “Po Atan” Pereira (BRA) defeated Robert Thomas (CAN) by unanimous decision.

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SuperKombat WGP Almere Live Results

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Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal 1 – Heavyweight Bout (+96 kg) - Gurhan Degermenci (Turkey) vs. Tarik Khbabez (Morocco) - Tarik Khbabez Wins by 1st Round KO (punches)

Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal 2 – Heavyweight Bout (+96 kg) - Dexter Suisse (Netherlands) vs. Patrick Veenstra (Netherlands) - Dexter Suisse Wins by 1st Round KO (head kick)

Super Fight – Lightweight Bout (-63.5 kg) - Cristian Spetcu (Romania) vs. Hamza Soesie (Morocco) - Draw even after an extra round

Super Fight – Cruiserweight Bout (-92 kg) - Iwan Pang (Netherlands) vs. Clyde Brunswijk (Suriname) - Clyde Brunswijk Wins Unanimous Decision

Super Fight – Heavyweight Bout (+96 kg) - Marcello Adriaansz (Suriname) vs. Jegish Yegoian (Armenia) - Jegish Yegoian Wins Unanimous Decision

Super Fight – Super Cruiserweight Bout (-95 kg) - Ali Cenik (Turkey) vs. Redouan Cairo (Suriname) - Redouan Cairo WINS by KO (violent flying knee)

Super Fight – Heavyweight Bout (+96 kg) - Catalin Morosanu (Romania) vs. Brian Douwes (Netherlands) - Catalin Morosanu WINS by Unanimous Decision

Heavyweight Tournament Final – Heavyweight Bout (+96 kg) - Tarik Khbabez vs. Dexter Suisse - Tarik Khbabez Wins Heavyweight Tournament Winner

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A-1 World Combat Cup 2014 Tournament Results

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A-1 World Combat Cup tournament in Eindhoven took place this weekend, sadly Henri Van Opstal had to pull out due to his grandmothers passing, Liverkick wishes him and his family all the best, so Soufiane Benallal took his place against Steven Jonis. Otherwise the card seemed very exciting, with lots of knockouts for the Dutch crowd.

Tournament Results

Quarter Finals: Nordin Ben Moh def. Robbie Hageman (TKO)

Quarter Finals: Steven Jonis def. Soufiane Benallal (KO)

Quarter Finals: Harut Grigorian def. Nicky Lopez (decision)

Quarter Finals: Tayfun Özcan def. Mo Ben Nasser (KO)

Semi Final: Nordin Ben Moh def. Steven Jonis (decision)

Semi Final: Harut Grigorian def. Tayfun Özcan (decision)

Final: Harut Grigorian def. Nordin Ben Moh (KO)

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