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K-1 WGP 2015 70kgs Live Results and Stream

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K-1 World GP 70kgs 8-man tournament is taking place tonight in Japan. This card is stacked beyond belief, first of all the 8-man tournament has some really great young, upcoming fighters. Secondly all the top 65kgs are fighting each other in the super fights. These super fights are exactly why Japan has the top 65kgs fighters, they are constantly fighting each other to find out who is the very best, which is great for the fans like us because we always get to see the fights we want.

These fights are being streamed Live on NICO NICO AT THIS LINK but sadly it isn't a free one. Ill be tweeting at @JayJauncey if you want to join.

RESULTS

Preliminary Card

HeavyweightTsutomu Takahagi vs Hitoshi Sugimoto - DRAW

60kg - Fumiya Osawa vs Shingen Endo - DRAW

65kg - Ren Hiramoto def. Yohei Noguchi by Unanimous Dec

Main Card

Tournament Reserve Fight 70kg - Serhiy Adamchuk def. Kazuya Akimoto by Split Dec

Tournament Quarterfinal 70kgMarat Grigorian def. Yoichi Yamazaki by KO Rd 2 (left high kick)

Tournament Quarterfinal 70kg - Makihira Keita vs. Dylan Salvador

Tournament Quarterfinal 70kg - Hiroki Nakajima vs. Sanny Dahlbeck

Tournament Quarterfinal 70kg - Daiki Watabe vs. Jordann Pikeur

SuperfightHirotaka Urabe vs. Toshi

SuperfightKimura "Phillip" Minoru vs. Massaro Glunder

SuperfightTakeru vs. Hakim Hamech

Tournament Semifinal 1 - Marat Grigorian vs. TBA

Tournament Semifinal 2TBA vs. TBA

SuperfightKoya Urabe vs. Konstantin Trishin

SuperfightKaew Fairtex vs. Yasuomi Soda

Tournament Final - TBA vs. TBA

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SuperKombat WGP III 2015 Results and Videos

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Well SuperKombat delivered some brutal knockouts and just some overall great fights as usual with this card. Morosanu won a unanimous decision over Colin George but scored a big knockdown in the fight, also Gedik's KO of Ristea was a really nasty overhand right on the chin. Here are the full results and all the videos are posted HERE ON YOUTUBE.

SUPERKOMBAT WORLD GRAND PRIX III Results

1. Super-Fight – (-86 kg)

Alexandru Nedelcu def. Onur Sahin by Unanimous Dec

2. Super-Fight – (-92 kg)

Dorin Robert def. Laszlo Nemeş by KO Rd 1

3. Super-Fight – (-95 kg)

Gokhan Gedik def. Cristian Ristea by KO (overhand right)

4. Super-Fight – (-92 kg)

Fabio Kwasi def. Sebastian Ciobanu by Unanimous Dec

5. Super-Fight – (-95 kg)

Andrei Stoica def. Abdarhmane Coulibaly by Unanimous Dec

6. Super-Fight – (+96 kg)

Cătălin Moroşanu def. Colin George by Unanimous Dec

NEW HEROES Results

Super-Fight – (-81 kg)

Mirel Iacob def. Ionut Şandur by Unanimous Dec

Super-Fight – (-81 kg)

Alin Maurer def Adrian Roşca by Unanimous Dec

Super-Fight – (-71 kg)

Madalin Crăciunică def. Adrian Asoltanii by Unanimous Dec

Super-Fight – (-77 kg)

Alex Filip def. Alex Irimia by Unanimous Dec Ex Rd

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SuperKombat Special Edition from Zurich Results

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Yesterday in Switzerland SuperKombat presented their SuperKombat Special Edition event, headlined by Bogdan Stoica vs. Horace Martin in a title eliminator that saw Stoica score a second round knockout to earn himself a chance at the title again. What was originally slated to be Benjamin Adegbuyi vs. Brian Douwes quickly turned into Daniel Sam vs. Brian Douwes and Sam was able to pick up the split decision victory over Douwes.

There was also a Heavyweight tournament that saw D'Angelo Marshall once again prove himself one of SuperKombat's better finds over the past few years in the Heavyweight division. SuperKombat returns next weekend with their WGP series, so stay tuned for that.

Bogdan Stoica (R2 - TKO) Horace Martin

Daniel Sam (R3 - SD) Brian Douwes

Heavyweight Tournament:

Semi-Final: D’Angelo Marshall (R3 - Decision) Michal Reissinger 

Semi-Final: Nikolaj Falin (R3 - Decision) Enver Šljivar 

Final: D’Angelo Marshall (R3 - Decision) Nikolaj Falin 

Errol Koning (R3 - Decision) Zyber Rudaj 

Shkodran Veseli (R3 - Decision) Anghel Cardoș 

Faton Vukshinaj (R3 - Decision) Mika Tahitu 

Francisco Matos (R3 - Decision) Cristian Milea 

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Jahfarr Wilnis and Yodsanklai Win Big at Kunlun

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In a Heavyweight tournament that featured the man who beat Rico Verhoeven, Andrei Gerasimchuk and Hesdy Gerges not many were expecting much from Jahfarr Wilnis, but they were all proven wrong today in China. In the first round of the one-night tournament Jahfarr Wilnis defeated China's Asihati and Hesdy Gerges defeated Gerasimchuk to make the finals Wilnis vs. Gerges. The winner emerged as Wilnis, making him the Kunlun Heavyweight Tournament Champion, which was no small feat considering how big of a tournament that it was.

This was a huge step for the Dutch fighter who has been seen in the GLORY ring in the past. With this tournament win Wilnis has propelled himself into the top ten with just one night of work.

Also on the card Yodsanklai Fairtex defeated Dzianis Zuev and Kunlun also made some interesting announcements including signing Buakaw Banchamek and also before the show they announced there would be some sort of Kunlun FC vs. GLORY event, but no real details on that so-to-speak. 

UPDATE: We spoke with a few GLORY officials and no, there is no sort of cooperation between Kunlun and GLORY. Expect these events to simply feature fighters who have competed in GLORY.

 

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GLORY 22 Live Results and Updates

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GLORY 22 is upon us now, which means that we will have a new top contender for the GLORY Lightweight Championship and we'll see Rico Verhoeven and Benjamin Adegbuyi lock horns for the GLORY Heavyweight Championship. Follow us here at LiverKick for all of the news and updates throughout the day on the event, including results from the SuperFight Series and GLORY 22 proper.

The SuperFight Series begins at 1:30 Eastern time and GLORY 22 at 4pm Eastern. You can order the SuperFight Series through us.

GLORY 22 SuperFight Series

Shane Oblonsky (R3 - Dec.) Thomas Adamandopolous -- This was a close scrap between these two early on but Oblonsky was able to outshine him in the second and third rounds.

Serhiy Adamchuk (R3 - Dec.) Marat Grigorian -- Damn, this was a very good fight. Adamchuk showed a lot in the first round; crisp combos with his hands and really heavy body kicks that were doing some damage. Round two saw Marat come out very aggressive and do a lot of damage to Adamchuk, but Adamchuk was still moving really well. Round three I saw more for Marat, but Adamchuk showed some flashes of brilliance. The judges gave it to Adamchuk 29-28 across the board, which I'm not sure that I agree with, but it was a great performance from Adamchuk.

Yoann Kongolo (R3 - Dec.) Cedric Doumbe -- Interesting fight where both men were swinging for the fences and knew each other well enough to be able to counter or block. This led to a bit of a stalemate but Kongolo landed some of the cleaner shots so he got the nod.

Mourad Bouzidi (R3 - Dec.) Filip Verlinden -- Verlinden looked a bit off here, not really doing much and spending a lot of time against the ropes. Bouzidi was pretty much handling him throughout most of the bout.

Jamal Ben Saddik (R1 - TKO) Mamoudou Keta -- Respect to Keta, who looked to be limping, but that didn't matter. He was undersized and unprepared and Ben Saddik just ran through him.

GLORY 22

Lightweight Tournament: Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong (R2 - KO) Davit Kiria -- Well damn. Sitthichai was looking stronger with the leg kicks in the first round, both men sort of feeling each other out. The second round started off with Sitthichai looking strong, but Kiria showing that heart that we all love about him with some strong punches. Sitthichai landed a beautiful, crazy knee to the gut and that was it, Kiria was down and out. Wow.

Lightweight Tournament: Josh Jauncey (R3 - TKO) Djime Coulibaly -- While Djime looked game, Jauncey was just too good. It's crazy to watch the evolution of Jauncey here in the GLORY ring like this, but he was piecing together solid combinations and chopping Djime down with leg kicks. Finally in round three Jauncey started to turn up the heat and dropped him what felt like over and over again, but was twice, for sure.

Zack Mwekassa (R1 - KO) Carlos Brooks -- Uhh yeah. Left hook destruction from Mwekassa. Lights out.

Lightweight Tournament Finals: Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong (R3 - Dec.) Josh Jauncey -- Josh Jauncey was incredibly game for a guy on the level that Sitthichai is. Jauncey was hanging right in there with him throughout the first round before a cut was opened up over his right eye. The fight continued on but Sitthichai's body kick became the story of the fight. Solid outing by both men but Sitthichai was just too good tonight.

GLORY Heavyweight Championship: Rico Verhoeven (C) (R5 - Dec.) Benjamin Adegbuyi -- Adegbuyi came out guns a'blazing in the first round, scoring with some big shots on the champion. It looked like Verhoeven was in some trouble early on but he held on and kept his wits about him. After that, though, pretty much one way traffic for Verhoeven. Verhoeven's cardio was simply superior and he was piecing together beautiful combinations until the very end. Adegbuyi had a few big moments late in the fight, but Verhoeven held on for the win.

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Legacy Kickboxing 2 Live Results

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Legacy Kickboxing 2 starts live on AXS TV in about 30 minutes 10pm EST/ 7pm PST. We will provide the live results here for anyone who cannot watch or does not have access to AXS TV.

Main Card Results

George Pacarariu def. Tommy Diekmann by Split Dec

Bruno Carvalho def. Dustin Johnson KO Rd 1 (overhand right + left hook)

Brian Collette def. Luther Smith by KO Rd 1 (right head kick)

Myron Dennis def. Warren Thompson by Unanimous Dec.

Andrea Lee def. Lindsey Marino by Unanimous Dec.

Francois Ambang def. Clint Rhodes KO Rd 2 (punch)

David Bosnick def. Kendrick Williams by Unanimous Dec.

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SuperKombat May 23rd Results

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SuperKombat held their second WGP event of the year in Romania this past weekend and it was to a claimed packed house of 5,000 fans. The main card saw the Stoica brothers in action, both winning their respective bouts. Also in action were Amansio Paraschiv, Cristian Milea and Cristian Ristea, all victorious at this card.

New Heroes

Mădălin Crăciunică (R3 - Dec.) Adrian Giurgiu 

Andrei Ostrovanu (R3 - Dec.) Eduard Chelariu 

Cristian Stancu (R3 - Dec.) Songül Yılmaz 

Cosmin Ionescu (R3 - Dec.) Costin Mincu 

Mirel Iacob (R3 - Dec.) Bogdan Qatawneh 

Zsolt Benedek (R3 - Dec.) Bogdan Năstase 

Claudiu Bădoi (R3 - Dec.) Adrian Asoltanei 

World Grand Prix

Giuseppe De Domenico (R3 - Dec.) Ciprian Șchiopu 

Cristian Spetcu (R1 - TKO) Suliman Vazeilles 

Amansio Paraschiv (R1 - TKO) Hirachidine Saindou 

Cristian Milea (R3 - Dec.) Marvin Ulrich 

Bogdan Stoica (R3 - Dec.) İbrahim Giydirir 

Cristian Ristea (R3 - Dec.) Reda Oudgou 

Andrei Stoica (R2 - TKO) Thomas Alizier 

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Enfusion Live 29 Results

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Here are the full results for Enfusion Live #29 in Amsterdam. Some great fights on the card, even though it had quite a few decsions, a few stars really stole the show. Ilias Bulaid of course being one of them, his pace is absolutely insane, his opponent just couldn't keep up and was exhausted in the 3rd and then the liver punch finished him off. Also Tayfun Ozcan is training with Nieky Holzken now and won both his fights looking very impressive.

Results

Tournament Reserve - Mohammed Ben Nasser def. Cedric Burgzorg by Decision

Tournament Semi Final - Aziz Kallah def. Fatih Ozkan by Decision

Tournament Semi Final - Tayfun Ozcan def. Redouan Larkoubi by KO Rd 1

Enfusion World Title - Sheena Widdershoven def. Rachel Adamus by Decision

Abdelmounim Mouya def.  Serginio Kanters by Decision

Ilias Bulaid def. Maxim Federkov by KO Rd 3 (liver punch)

Tournament Final - Tayfun Ozcan def. Aziz Kallah by Unanimous Dec.

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Lion Fight 22 Live Results

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Tune in to Lion Fights 22 Live on AXS TV today at 10pm ET/ 7pm PT. We will be posting live results here just in case you are unable to watch.

Main Card Results

Welterweight Title: Jo Nattawut def. Salah Khalifa by Unanimous Dec

Womens Featherweight Title: Tiffany Van Soest def. Bernise Alldis TKO Rd 4 (doc stoppage due to cut)

Anthony Castrejon def. Jason Andrada by Split Dec

Gaston Bolanos def. Damien Earley by TKO in between Rd 4&5  (Earley couldn't open eye after headbutt..)

Christine Ferea def. Calie Cutler by TKO Rd 4 (flurry of punches, head kick as she fell)

Brian Del Rosario def. Tom Morales by Unanimous Dec

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Enriko Kehl and Artur Kyshenko Victorious in Kunlun

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Kunlun Fight held yet another international event this past weekend in Slovakia. The card featured a 70kg tournament as well as fights featuring Enriko Kehl and Artur Kyshenko.

Kickboxing Tournament -70kg semifinals
Superball Bachamek (Thailand) def. Lukasz Plawecki (Poland)
Deng Li (China) def. Hichem Menaouine (Spain)
Single Fights
-60kg MMA
Wu Tieyin (China) def. Miroslav Kuban (Slovakia)
-75kg Kickboxing
Jan Mazur (Slovakia) def. Chen Duoli (China) via unanimous decision
-67kg Kickboxing
Vlad Tuinov (Russia) def. Wu Xuesong (China) via unanimous decision
-75kg Kickboxing
Peter Lamper (Slovakia) def. Liu Mingzhi (China) via unanimous decision
Lethwei -75kg
Igor Danis (Slovakia) fights with Too Too (Myanmar) to draw *
70kg tournament final
Superball Bachamek (Thailand) def. Deng Li (China) via KO
-60kg Kickboxing
Wang Wanben (China) def. Tomas Tkac (Slovakia) via unanimous decision
-67kg Kickboxing
Chen Junxian (China) def. Matej Kalisky (Slovakia) via KO
-79kg Kickboxing
Li Baoming (China) def. Michal Tomko (Slovakia) via unanimous decision
-72,5kg Kickboxing
Enriko Kehl (Germany) def. Mohamed Diaby (France) via unanimous decision after extra round
-71kg MMA
Wu Haotian (China) def. Martin Mihalik (Slovakia) via tko (punches)
-72kg Kickboxing
Zheng Zhaoyu (China) def. Marko Adamovic (Serbia) via unanimous decision.
-77kg Kickboxing
Artur Kyshenko (Ukraine) def. Dmitry Valent (Belarus) via unanimous decision
World Professional Lethwei Champion Title fight -69,9kg
Vladimir Konsky (Slovakia) def. Ye Ta Gon (Myanmar) via unanimous decision

 

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Enfusion Live 28 Results

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Enfusion ran their 28th numbered event today in Slovakia in what was an entertaining night of scraps featuring some solid up-and-comers and saw Ibrahim El Boustati win the Enfusion -85kg World Championship against Tomas Senkyr with KO in R2. Vladimir Moravcik had a big win over Yohan Lidon and Mohammed Jaraya proved himself again to be a formidable foe at 70kg.


RESULTS Enfusion Live #28, Zilina Slovakia Saturday 25.04.2015
1. 3X3       Tournament Semi Final
Milan Pales (Slovakia) Vs Brahim Benameur (France)
-70KG
WINNER after a 4th Rd Milan Pales (Slovakia)
2. 3X3       Tournament Semi Final
Tigran Movsisyan (Czech Republic) Vs Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)
-70Kg
WINNER points Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)
3. 3X3     
Lucia Krajcovic (Slovakia) Vs Marina Zueva (Russia)
-57 KG
WINNER after a 4th Rd Lucia Krajcovic (Slovakia)
4.  5X3      Muay Thai
Vladimir Moravcik (Slovakia) Vs Yohan Lidon (France)
-75 KG
WINNER points Vladimir Moravcik (Slovakia)
5. 3X3       Tournament Final
Milan Pales (Slovakia) Vs Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)
- 70Kg
WINNER points  Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)
6. 5X3     
Tomas Senkyr (Slovakia) Vs Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco)
Enfusion World Title -85Kg
WINNER 2nd Rd KO Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) Enfusion World Champion and fighter of the night.
RESULTS Kickboxing Talents 9, Zilina, Slovakia, Saturday 25.04.2015
1.         3X3                                                             - 80 Kg
David Šubjak  (Slovakia)                   Vs       Peter Šmid  (Slovakia)
WINNER points David Šubjak  (Slovakia)                  
 2.        3X3                                                            - 75 Kg
Michal Helbich  (Slovakia)              Vs   Martin Kluska  (CZE)         
WINNER points Michal Helbich  (Slovakia)               
3.         3X3                                                             - 85 Kg
Denis Kušmirek  (Slovakia)              Vs  Peter Skovajsa (Slovakia)
WINNER 2nd Rd KO Denis Kušmirek  (Slovakia)
4.         3X3                                                             - 75 Kg
Pavol Garaj  (Slovakia)                     Vs       Jakub Gazdik (CZE)
WINNER points Jakub Gazdik (CZE)
5.         3X3                                                             - 85 Kg
Ivo Zednicek  (Slovakia)                Vs       Artur Gorlov (Latvia)
WINNER points Artur Gorlov (Latvia)
6.         3X3      Reserved -70kg Tournament fight  - 70 Kg
Martin Gaňo (CZE) VS Stefan Meszaros (Slovakia)  
WINNER points Martin Gaňo (CZE)
7.      3X3                                                                   Heavyweight
Martin Pacas (Slovakia)                         Vs       Tomáš Hron (CZE)
WINNER points Tomáš Hron (CZE)
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This was Muaythai Mania 8

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Muaythai Mania's latest event, Muaythai Mania 8: Hungary vs Lithuania was another successful one with a sold out venue at Szentendre, Hungary. Fans showed up from both Hungary and Lithuania to support their respective fighters and even the Lithuanian Ambassador appeared to show support for the Lithuanian team.

The event opened with an exhibition junior match followed by four fights featuring Hungarian and Lithuanian fighters as well as the WMC Professional fight between the two Hungarian stars, Péter Albrecht from Szentendre's local Gym (Szentendre VSE) and Róbert Radics from Simon Gym.

The first bout was a female fight in the 61.24kg division, between Alexandra Kovács (Hungary) and Vaida Masiokaite (Lithuania). Both fighters put on a strong performance and after a close 3 rounds it was Kovács who get her hand raised in a split decision. According to Alexandra she had some struggles due to the weight difference as Masiokaite weighed in right on point while she was a few pounds below the limit. The rematch fights are scheduled to take place in Vilnius somewhere at the end of 2015 but there's no exact date set as of now.

Next up was local fan favorit Milán Kisfalvi colliding with Ovidijus Jurginas in the 82.55 kg division. This was the Lithuanian fighter’s professional debut and he had his hands full with the experienced Kisfalvi. After a though battle Kisfalvi took the UD.

The third bout seen the 2014 amateur Muay Thai champion of Hungary Dominik Bereczki against IFMA 2014 junior silver medalist Martynas Jasiunas in 72.58 kg. After a very technical and highly entertaining fight where both athletes showed excellent skills and heart it was the Lithuanian who took the decision and improved the Lithuanian team's scores to 2:1.

It was time for Hungarian Dezső Bakacs to step in the ring against Ernestas Dapkus in a fight which ended up to be probably the toughest battle of the evening. After an extremely hard back and forth battle it was Ernestas Dapkus from Lithuania who got the judges decision making the two team's go head to head (2:2) and raising the stakes for the next fight.

Next up was the deciding fight between two heavyweight athletes László Lapusnyik (Hungary) and Mantas Rimdeika (Lithuania). The fight was a really intense one from the beginning and when Manta stopped Lapusnyik in the first the fans came to their feet.

And there was still one battle left! The main event of the evening was up in the 66.69kg WMC Professional division. The local favorite Péter Albrecht (Szentendre VSE), 2014 Hungarian amateur champion vs Róbert Radics  (Simon Gym), also a 2x Hungarian muay thai champion. After a hard back and forth battle where Albrecht utilized his strong clinch game and Radics employing his reach, it was Radics who managed to take the decision in this highly entertaining bout.

As mentioned above the next round of events will be scheduled to take place in Vilnius end of 2015, which everyone will be looking forward to! The event will be televised by local TV network, SportKlub so all fans who missed the event or couldn't be there at the time of the show can catch up with the action.

Muaythai Mania 8: Hungary vs Lithuania Results
Hungary vs Lithuania (MTM Pro-Am)
Kovács Alexandra (Hungary) vs Vaida Masiokaite (Lithuania) 61.24 kg Winner by points
Kisfalvi Milán (Hungary) vs Ovidijus Jurginas (Lithuania) 82.55 kg Winner by points
Bereczki Dominik (Hungary) vs Martynas Jasiunas (Lithuania) 72.58 kg Winner by points
Bakacs Dezső (Hungary) vs Ernestas Dapkus (Lithuania) 76.2 kg Winner by points
Lapusnyik László (Hungary) vs Mantas Rimdeika (Lithuania) 95+ kg TKO 1st round
WMC Pro
Albrecht Péter (SzVSE) vs Radics Róbert (Simon Gym Fertőszentmiklós) 66.68 kg Winner by points
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K-1 Japan -55kg Tournament Results

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K-1 Japan held their big 55kg tournament event last night in a night that saw TAKERU overcome the competition and pick up the big tournament victory over TAIGA in the finals. TAIGA fought hard but went down twice to TAKERU. 

Results are from our friend Kazuma.

65Kg SUPER FIGHT
Kimura Filip Minoru (Brazil) def. HIROYA (Japan) By KO in Round 1
60Kg SUPER FIGHT
Urabe Koya (Japan) def. Javier Hernandez (Spain) By Decision
55Kg Tournament Quarter Finals
Takeru def. Alexandre Prilip By KO
Shota Takiya def. Danial Williams By Bad Decision, Extra Round
Nobuchika Terado def. Rui Botelho By Bad Decision, Extra Round
Taiga def. Soufiane El Haji By Decision
55Kg Tournament Semi Finals
TAKERU def. Shota Takiya By KO
TAIGA def. Nobuchika Terado By KO
55Kg Tournament Finals
TAKERU def. TAIGA By Decision 
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Enfusion Live 27 Results

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Enfusion Live #27 in Tenerife earlier today. The card had some great match ups and quite a few upsets. I'd say the biggest one being the Jonay Risco's extra round win over Andy Souwer. The fight was close with Souwer pushing the pace and landing the more powerful strikes but Risco was countering with fast combos that didn't seem to have much steam on them, suppose it all depended on what the judges liked. Also Amansio "The Viking" Paraschiv dropped a 3 round decision to Elam Ngor who was probably Paraschiv's biggest test.

Full Results

1. Ricardo Costa (Portugal) Vs Maikel Garcia (Spain)

WINNER POINTS Maikel Garcia (Spain)

2. Anissa Meksen (France) Vs Eva Naranjo (Spain)

WINNER POINTS Anissa Meksen (France)

3. Amansio Paraschiv (Romania) Vs Elam NGor (Senegal)

WINNER POINTS Elam NGor (Senegal)

4. Rafael Llodra (France) Vs Maximo Suarez (Spain)

WINNER POINTS Rafael Llodra (France)

5. Andy Souwer (The Netherlands) Vs Jonay Risco (Spain)

WINNER POINTS AFTER A 4th RD Jonay Risco (Spain)

6. Mohamed Boubkari (Morocco) Vs Moises Baute (Spain)

WINNER AND STILL 95kg Enfusion World Title Mohamed Boubkari

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GFC Results -- Saki Victorious in Return

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GFC Fight Series 3 went down this afternoon in Dubai and I think that we can officially put a fork in Dubai as a venue for kickboxing after GLORY 20 and GFC 3 and consider it done. There doesn't seem to be many -- if any -- kickboxing fans there. The show went on regardless and there were some interesting results, for sure, such as Zabit Samedov winning the Heavyweight tournament with a victory over Danyo Ilunga. I'd probably prefer to see these guys meet at Light Heavyweight, but Samedov's win proves that he really is one of the better kickboxers in the world and I'd love to see him compete against top level Light Heavyweights.

The big, headline fight of the evening was Gokhan Saki against Sebastian Ciobanu that saw Saki back after a year away from the ring and scraping off that ring rust against the tough Ciobanu. Ciobanu held on for the decision but it was all Saki in his return. Results are from our friends at Kiksie.

1. Muay Thai - Super Welterweight
Saleed Nouri Long (Iran) def. Jamnian Srikam (Thailand) by TKO in round 1
2. Superfight - Middleweight
Adrian Gârlonța (Romania) def. Jashid Givechi (Iran) by KO in round 2
3. Superfight - Welterweight
Masoud Minaei (Iran) def. Jason Woodham (United Kingdom) by KO in round 1
4. Superfight - Welterweight
Brad Riddell (New Zealand) def. Maseh Nuristani (Australia) by TKO in round 1
5. Superfight - Heavyweight
Murat Aygun (Turkey) def. Tofan Pirani (Sweden) by TKO in round 1
6. Superfight - Heavyweight
Srdjan Seleš (Serbia) def. Gaétan Sautron (France) by TKO in round 3
7. Superfight - Heavyweight
Andre Meunier (Australia) def. Naoufal Bennazous (Morocco) by TKO in round 1
8. Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal 1
Zabit Samedov (Azerbaijan) def. Steve Mckinnon (Australia) by decision (unanimous)
9. Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal 2
Danyo Ilunga (Germany) def. Jafar Ahmadi (Iran) by TKO in round 2
10. Superfight - Heavyweight
Ismael Lazaar (Morocco) def. Fatih Ulusoy (Turkey) by TKO in round 1 (leg injury)
11. Superfight - Heavyweight
Gokhan Saki (Turkey) def. Sebastian Ciobanu (Romania) by decision in round 3 (unanimous)
12. Heavyweight Tournament Final
Zabit Samedov (Azerbaijan) def. Danyo Ilunga (Germany) by decision after an extra round (4th)
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