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Antoine Habash - a Beautiful Upset

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The 6000 fans at The Centennial Hall of Wroclaw, Poland didn't see this coming. Probably no one did except a few from the Hungarian fighter, Antoine Habash's team. FEN's K-1/MMA event "War is coming" had local hero, multiple times WKN, WKA, WFM K-1 and Muay Thai champ Tomas Makowski as the main event against Hungary's IFMA bronze medalist, WAKO amateur silver medalist, WAKO PRO K-1 champ Antoine Habash, training out of Re-Gym, Hungary's most prestigious Muay Thai camp.

Makowski came out swinging and tried to cut it short with low kicks and combinations but Antoine had other plans. He countered with straight punches, uppercuts, thigh kicks and some flying knees. As the round was over and the fighters went to their corners you could see the surprised look in Makowski's eyes.

Then the second round has started and you could see Habash changing gears and taking over. Combinations were raining down on Makowski and a when a brutal thigh kick landed his leading leg buckled as the knee gave out. He couldn't stand on it anymore and the fight got called.

Antoine Habas won via TKO in rd 2.

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Watch Today's TATNEFT Event in Its Entirety

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It's Friday and it's been a slow week for kickboxing, so why not spend whatever is left of your sanity by sitting down and enjoying some dudes kicking and punching each other in the face, right? Right. There was a TATNEFT Cup event today and sure, we could just write out results, but they put the whole thing up on the internet, so we should just buckle down and all watch it together. 

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Yokkao-Sponsored Nieky Holzken Successful in Boxing Ring

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Nieky Holzken, sporting Yokkao trunks, made his successful return to the boxing ring yesterday after about a year away. Holzken stepped into the ring in the Netherlands at Golden Glory Helmond against Ismael Altintas, whom he made short work of in round two. Holzken was proudly sporting his Yokkao trunks in the ring as he moved on to 5-0 as a professional with Yokkao promoter Stefania Picelli and BeNeLux Yokkao distributor Peter Wetzer at ringside to provide support. 

It looks like Holzken is over that injury from the car accident and might be back in kickboxing action in the very near future as well, with us knowing that he has his eyes on Joseph Valtellini and that GLORY Welterweight Championship. Yokkao's next event is a double-header, Yokkao 10 and 11 on October 11th. Expect to see Liam Harrison, Kongsak, Pakorm, Jordan Watson, Piscitello, Crice and more in action on October 11th.

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Rise 100 - Blade 0 - Results and Videos

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The only way to watch this event was to be there in person, it will not be released online or on TV until August, but we found some videos and a few of the results. Andy Souwer beat Kido again, this time in the extra round, they both received yellow cards, and even a red cards during the fight, for what we think was holding, but we aren't positive and even Souwer himself wasn't sure. Nagashima got DQ'd for catching the leg and administering an illegal sweep from which Zanolini could not continue.

Here are the main fight results, we will update more as we receive them. 

Andy Souwer VS Yasuhiro Kido - WINNER: Andy Souwer (Decision Extra Round.)

Danilo Zanolini VS Nagashima Jienotsu Yuichirou  - WINNER Danilo Zanolini (Disqualification)

Samo Petje VS Hinata - WINNER Samo Petje (KO 2nd Round)

Murat Aygun VS Raomaru - WINNER Murat Aygun (KO 1st Round)

Zelg "Benkei" Galesic VS Uehara Makoto - WINNER Uehara Makoto (KO 1st Round)

Geo Fairtex VS Komiyama Kousuke - WINNER Geo Fairtex (Decision)

Andy Souwer Vs Yasuhiro Kido

Geo Fairtex VS Komiyama Kousuke

Danilo Zanolini VS Nagashima Jienotsu Yuichirou

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Enfusion Live #20 Results

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Here are the Enfusion Live #20 results from Mallorca on July 12. Iman Barlow retained her Enfusion world title with a dominant performance using her non-stop pace and amazing cardio. Wendell Roche also won by TKO in the 2nd round by low kicks, pretty unbelievable considering he was TKO'd only 2 weeks ago, but hes on a mission to get his title back.

Full Results 

Ruben Barnabe (Spain) Vs Thomas Alisier (France) 90Kg - Winner Thomas Alisier (France) KO 2nd round

Antonio Gomez (Spain) Vs Ricardo Luiz (Portugal) 70Kg - Winner Antonio Gomez (Spain) KO 1st round

Kike Bonnin (Spain) Vs Olli Koch ( Germany ) 75 Kg - Winner Kike Bonnin (Spain) Points

Christian Brorhilker (Germany) Vs Wendell Roche (Holland) 90Kg - Winner Wendell Roche (The Netherlands) TKO 2nd Round

Iman Ghablou (Morocco) Vs Iman Barlow (England) 54Kg - Winner Iman Barlow (England) Points Female Enfusion World Title

Damian Garcia (Spain) Vs Loren Jorge (Spain) 95Kg - Winner Loren Jorge (Spain) Points

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Lion Fight 16 Live Results

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Lion Fight 16 goes down live tonight at 9pm Eastern time on AXS TV, hailing from Las Vegas, Nevada at UFC's International Fight Week fan expo. That's a pretty big deal, let me tell you. So join us here at LiverKick for live results and discussion of tonight's big Lion Fight 16 event on this Fourth of July. Celebrate America's birthday with the science of eight limbs. Make sure to follow both Dave (@liverkickdotcom) and Jay (@JayJauncey) for live talk and updates on Lion Fight 16. 

Super Lightweight Title Bout
Kevin Ross vs Michael Thompson - Kevin Ross wins Unanimous Decision (50-45, 49-46, 49-46)
Co-Main Event
Tiffany Van Soest vs Sindy Huyer - Tiffany Van Soest Wins 56 seconds into 5th Rd TKO (doctor stoppage by front kick to the face followed by a nip slip)
Super Fight
Rungravee Sasiprapa vs. Adrian Morilla - Rungravee Sasiprapa wins Unanimous Decision (48-47, 49-46, 49-45)
Tyler Toner vs. Gaston Bolanos - Gaston Bolanos Wins 1st Rd TKO (corner stoppage due to cut, did not answer opening bell for 2nd round)
Josh Shepard vs Casey Parlett - Casey Parlett Wins Split Decision (48-46, 46-48, 49-45)

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Enfusion Live #19 Final Results

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Enfusion’s 19th event took place on June 29th from the The Troxy in London. In an evening filled with upsets and finishes, 23-year old Ismael Lazaar stole the show with a stunning knockout of Glory veteran Daniel Sam. It was a bewildering performance from the hometown favourite Sam, as he was constantly backed up by the much smaller man and offered little in terms of output besides a few left kicks to the body. After winning the opening two rounds, Lazaar put an end to Daniel Sam’s night with a crushing left-hook early in the third round. It was a marquee win for the Moroccan prospect, who claimed the Enfusion Heavyweight World Title in the process.

In the co-main even of the evening, American Andrew Tate upset veteran Wendell Roche with a referee stoppage in the second round. Tate came out aggressive from the opening bell, peppering Roche with combinations, before putting him away early in the second round with a series of punches and knees. Not only did Tate become the new Enfusion 90kg world champion, but he was also named Fighter of the Night too.

Enfusion # 20 takes place on the 12th of July from Mallorca, Spain.

Heavyweight Enfusion World Title: Ismael Lazaar def. Daniel Sam via KO (Punch) round 3

90kg Enfusion World Title: Andrew Tate def. Wendell Roche via TKO (Referee stoppage) round 2

Ilias Bulaid def. Regis Sugden via Unanimous Decision

Sheena Widdershoven def. Lauran Huxley TKO (Corner stoppage) Round 1

Simon Santana def. Jose Varela via KO (punches) Round 1

Charlie Peters def. Ervin Wongsodimedjo via KO (punch) Round 2

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Qabala Fight Series #1 Results

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Qabala fight series put on their first event on June 29th, 2014, it seemed like a great event overall except for Jamal Ben Saddik pulling a Badr Hari and kicking and punching Hesdy Gerges while he was down. 20 seconds into the fight Ben Saddik caught Gerges leg, plowed him to the ground then proceeded to soccer kick and then try to ground and pound him, absolute stupidity and bad for the sport to have fighters that cannot control their emotions.

Glory Ranked Superfights

Hesdy Gerges Defeats Jamal Ben Saddik (Disqualification)

Albert Kraus Defeats Erkhan Varol (Decision)

Perviz Abdullayev Defeats Jiao Fukai (KO)

Mosab Amrani Defeats Lim Chi-Bin (KO)

8-Man Lightweight Tournament 

FINAL - Juri Kehl Defeats Ramal Aslanov Wins 8 Man Tournament (Decision)

SEMI-FINAL #2 - Juri Kehl Defeats Teo Mikelic (Decision)

SEMI-FINAL #1 - Ramal Aslanov Defeats Roman Mailov (Decision)

Teo Mikelic Defeats Tadas Jonkus (Decision)

Juri Kehl Defeats Telman Suleymanov (TKO)

Ramal Aslanov Defeats Guo Xianfeng (KO)

Roman Mailov Defeats Mateusz Kopiec (Decision)

 

 

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SuperKombat WGP III: Event Results

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The third Superkombat World Grand Prix took place in Constanta, Romania on June 21st. The main event had local hero Andrei Stoica get back into the win column and successfully defend his belt against Ali Cenik. The 4-man Cruiserweight tournament was won by Moises Baute. He Scored third round knockouts over both his opponents in front of 2000 spectators.

SK Super-Cruiserweight Title Andrei Stoica(c) defeats  Ali Cenik Unanimous Decision

4-Man Cruiserweight (Final) Moises Baute defeated Michael Terrill  KO in Rd. 3

Paul Jansen defeated Cristian Spetcu Unanimous Decision

D'Angelo Defeated Thomas Vaneste Unanimous Decision

Robert Dorin Defeated Shota Dolidze Unanimous Decision

4-Man Cruiserweight Tournament  (Semi-Final)

Michael Terrill defeats Patrick Van Rees Unanimous Decision

Moises Baute defeated Cristian Ristea  KO in Rd. 3

 

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Weekend Results: Jerome Le Banner Wins in France

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Jerome Le Banner is an interesting case of a fighter who knows how to maximize his popularity in his home country of France. Jerome Le Banner was at one time one of the greatest fighters in the K-1 ring, although he never won the big one. That didn't matter, though, because Jerome Le Banner was a certified superstar in Japan and his home country of France was extremely proud of his accomplishments. Le Banner is 41 years old now and probably shouldn't be fighting the best guys in the world, but that doesn't mean that he shouldn't be fighting.

He fought on Friday evening in France against Lucian Danilencu in what was an entertaining bout that saw Le Banner stop him in round two with his deadly body kicks. This was vintage Jerome Le Banner and precisely what we want to see JLB doing in 2014. I don't want to see him in the ring with Rico Verhoeven or Daniel Ghita, but I'm totally cool with him beating the snot out of Lucian Danilencu.

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Badr Hari Wins Big in Dubai, Aerts and Cooper Draw

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Today in Dubai Badr Hari competed in the Global FC 3 Heavyweight Kickboxing tournament in a field that saw Hari, Leko, Oborotov and Graham, making for an interesting blend of old talent and new talent. The big news is that Badr Hari walked away from Global FC 3 with a new belt and some more money in his pocket after he was able to knock out both opponents in short order. First up was Stefan Leko, a guy who used to be one of the world's elite and is now competing beyond his means, to the extent where I almost refuse to watch him fight anymore.

Leko almost had nothing to offer Hari, almost being put down immediately in the first round. He fought back to his feet, though, only to be dropped again and for the referee to stop the bout. Badr Hari's second fight of the evening saw him meeting an old foe in Peter Graham. The two had traded wins over seven years ago, but time was not kind to Peter Graham who found himself knocked down twice in round one as well and Badr Hari having a relatively easy night.

On the other side of the spectrum, Peter Aerts tore his hamstring against Dewey Cooper and both men had a clinch-heavy fight that saw the judges render it a draw. Tough break for Peter Aerts, but it might be time for him to consider spending time with his family, his gym and wrestling more in Japan.

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Weekend Results: Enfusion Live May 25th

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(C) Ben Pontier

Enfusion Live continued forth with their 2014 season by promoting yet another event in the Netherlands this past weekend. This one emanated from Amsterdam and, well, you'd know it from the fact that one of the sponsors on the mat was for a whore house in the red light district. It's no wonder Amsterdam has such a weird international reputation with Kickboxing. Anyway, here are the results from the event as well as highlights!

Aziz Kallah (R3 - Dec.) hicham Boubkai
Anke Van Gestel (R3 - Dec.) Lindsay Scheer
Marcello Adriaansz (R1 - TKO) Gurghan Degirmenci
Walid Hamid (R3 - Dec.) Mohammed Jaraya
Othman Allach (R1 - KO) Kevin Hessling
Hamza Essalih (R3 - Dec.) Maik redan
Khalid Chabrani (R1 - KO) Omar Hanafy

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Weekend Results: Yokkao 9 Takes on China

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Yokkao presented Yokkao 9 over the weekend, featuring a China vs. Muay Thai themed event that was headlined by Sudsakorn vs. Yi Long that saw Sudsakorn take the victory after three rounds via decision. There was some mild controversy raised over the decision, but all reports from ringside seem to lean towards Sudsakorn taking the victory no matter what, especially with the fight being contested under K-1 rules to accommodate the Chinese fighters better. 

** YOKKAO 9 RESULTS **

Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee (Thailand) won by points vs Yi Long (China)

-72kg K-1 rules 3x3

N'Diaye Carl (France) lost by points vs Fang Bian (China)

-80kg K-1 rules 3x3

Qiu Jianliang (China) won by points vs Imwiset Pornnarai (Thailand) 

-67kg Muay Thai Full Rules 3x3

Calogero Palmeri (Italy) lost by points vs Yang Zhou (China)

-67kg K-1 rules 3x3

Ekapop Sor Klinmee (Thailand) lost by points vs Nu Er La (China)

-80kg K-1 rules 3x3

Runmai Mo Tammachat (Thailand) won by TKO (corner stoppage) (vs Ji Wenhao (China)

-58kg Muay Thai Full Rules 3x3

Igor Klimovich (Belarus) lost by points vs Li Ning (China)

-60kg K-1 rules 3x3

Kamel Meztani (France) lost by TKO (referee stoppage) Guo Xi Chuang (China)

-74kg K-1 rules 3x3

Philaphaeng Walchart (Thailand) lost by points vs Deng Ze Qi (China) ***Pakorn injured

-65kg Muay Thai Full Rules 3x3

Gustavo Ferreira De Oliveira Mendes (Brazil) lost by points vs Zhou Tao (China)

-70kg K-1 rules 3x3

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SuperKombat World Grand Prix in Constanta Results

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SuperKombat

SuperKombat ran their SuperKombat World Grand Prix in Costanta event this weekend, where they held a four-man, one-night Light Heavyweight tournament that was the United Kingdom's Jamie Bates walk away victorious after a tough-fought decision victory. Jallon Corentin took Sebastian Ciobanu to the limits in a Super Cruiserweight bout that saw both men go to a draw, while Cristian Ristea was able to score a knockout victory over Christian Brorhilker in round three.

Official results follow.

Superkombat World Grand Prix – Constanta: Official Results

1. Semifinal 1 – Light Heavyweight Bout (-81 kg)

Miles Simson (Suriname) defeated Miljan Vidovic (Serbia) by Unanimous Decision

2. Semifinal 2 – Light Heavyweight Bout (-85 kg)

Jamie Bates (United Kingdom) defeated Flavius Boiciuc (Romania) by Unanimous Decision

3. Super Fight – Light Heavyweight Bout (-85 kg)

Aristote Quitusisa (Angola) defeated Daniel Alexandru (Romania) by Unanimous Decision

4. Super Fight – Cruiserweight Bout (-92 kg)

Micky Terrill (United Kingdom) defeated Danut Hurduc (Romania) by Unanimous Decision

5. Super Fight – Cruiserweight Bout (-91 kg)

Cristian Ristea (Romania) defeated Christian Brorhilker (Germany) by Technical Knockout in Round 3

6. Super Fight – Middleweight Bout (-71 kg)

Amansio Paraschiv (Romania) defeated Rangel Ivanov (Bulgaria) by Unanimous Decision

7. Super Fight – Super Cruiserweight Bout (-95 kg)

Jallon Corentin (France) and Sebastian Ciobanu (Romania) has finished with a Draw

8. Final – Light Heavyweight Bout (-81 kg)

Jamie Bates (United Kingdom) defeated Miles Simson (Suriname) by Split Decision

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Lion Fight 15 Highlights and Results

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(C) Bauzen

Last night at Foxwoords Resort and Casino in Connecticut Lion Fight made their East Coast debut with Lion Fight 15. It was an exciting night of action that saw Lion Fight standouts Kevin Ross and Tiffany Van Soest back in the winners column. The main event saw Muay Thai sensation Cosmo Alexandre score a unanimous decision victory over Mark Holst.

Cosmo Alexandre (R5 - Dec.) Mark Holst

Kevin Ross (R3 - TKO) Chris Mauceri

Tiffany Van Soest (R5 - Split Decision) Lucy Payne

Mohammed Lemjerdine (R5 - Dec.) Jason Andrada

Pedro Gonzales (R2 - TKO) Nick Chasteen

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