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Enfusion Live #39 Results

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Enfusion Live ran their 39th event yesterday in Slovakia. Headlining the show was a one-night heavyweight tournament featuring Martin Pacas, Hicham Achalhi, Tomas Hron and Gaetan Sautron. The finals saw the veteran Tomas Hron square off against Martin Pacas only for Pacas to take the fight to Hron and win after an extension round. Also on the card Iman Barlow retained her Enfusion -54kg championship.

RESULTS Enfusion Live #39 Zilina, Slovakia Saturday 23.04.2016

1. 3X3 -85Kg

Tomas Senkyr (Slovakia) Vs Mehdi Bouanane (France)

WINNER: Tomas Senkyr (Slovakia) Points

2. 3X3 SEMI FINAL Heavyweight

Martin Pacas (Slovakia) Vs Hicham Achalhi (Morocco) 

WINNER: Martin Pacas (Slovakia) Points

3. 3X3 SEMI FINAL Heavyweight

Tomas Hron (Czech Republic) Vs Gaetan Sautron (France)

WINNER: Tomas Hron (Czech Republic) 3 rd Rd TKO

4. 5X2 Enfusion World Title -54Kg

Veronika Petrikova (Slovakia) Vs Iman Barlow (England)

WINNER: Iman Barlow (England) Points

5. 3X3 -72.5Kg    

Milan Paleš (Slovakia) Vs   William Diender (The Netherlands)

WINNER: Milan Paleš (Slovakia) Rd 1 TKO

6. 5X3 MUAY THAI/ WMC TITLE IN BREAK -75Kg

Vladimir Moravčik (Slovakia) Vs Weerawaut Kaewkamnerd (Thailand)

WINNER: Vladimir Moravčik (Slovakia) Points

7. 3X3 TOURNAMENT FINAL Heavyweight

Martin Pacas (Slovakia) Vs Tomas Hron (Czech Republic)

WINNER: Martin Pacas (Slovakia) Points after a 4 th Rd

RESULTS Kickboxing Talents #21 Zilina, Slovakia Saturday 23.04.2016

1. 3X3 -67Kg

Vladimir Sklouza (Slovakia) Vs Renat Beket (Czezh Republic)

WINNER: Renat Beket (Czezh Republic) Points

2. 3X3 -80Kg

David Subjak (Slovakia) Vs Tomas Neupauer (Slovakia)

WINNER: David Subjak (Slovakia) Points

3. 3X3 -67Kg

Marco Novak (Slovakia) Vs Jaoid Farchich (France)

WINNER: Marco Novak (Slovakia) Points

4. 3X3 -75Kg

Michal Helbich (Slovakia) Vs Jan Sindelář (Czech Republic)

WINNER: Michal Helbich (Slovakia) Points

5. 3X3 MUAY THAI -85Kg    

Jakub Benko (Slovakia) Vs   Lukáš Dvořák (Czech Republic)

WINNER: Jakub Benko (Slovakia) Points

6. 3X3 -75Kg

Pavol Garaj (Slovakia) Vs Matous Kohout (Czezh Republic)

WINNER: Matous Kohout (Czezh Republic) Points

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K-1 World GP 2016: 60kg Japan Tournament Stream and Live Results

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K-1 WGP 60kgs tournament starts shortly on Abema.tv, which only works if you are in Japan or at least "thought" to be, but we will do our very best to give you all the live results. Also join me on Twitter @JayJauncey

Live Results

60 kg Japan Tournament

Final: TAIGA def. Koya Urabe by Decision

Semifinal 2: Koya Urabe def. Kotaro Shimano by KO

Semifinal 1:TAIGA def. TOSHI by KO

Quarterfinal 4: Koya Urabe def. Koji by Unanimous Dec

Quarterfinal 3: Kotaro Shimano def. Hitoshi Aketo by KO Rd 1 (2 knockdowns by Body Punches)

Quarterfinal 2: TOSHI def. Leona Pettas by Unanimous Dec

Quarterfinal 1: TAIGA def. Masahiro Yamamoto by KO Rd 1 (Perfect flying knee to the head)

Reserve fight: Kanbe Shota def. Gosyu Masanobu by Split Dec (Extra Rd)

Superfights

56 kg: Takeru (c) def. Yodsaenchai Sor.Sopit by TKO Rd 3

65 kg: Kaew Weerasakreck (c) def. Ilias Bulaid by Unanimous dec

60 kg: Paulo Tebar def. Hirotaka Urabe by Dec

70 kg: Yoichi Yamazaki def. Daiki Watanabe by Unanimous Dec

70 kg: Kazuya Akimoto def. Shintaro Matsukura by Decision

Preliminary fights

65 kg: Yuto Shinohara def. Yuki Koge by KO Rd 1 (knockdowns from flurrys)

70 kg: Tomoaki Makino def. Masato Uchiyama by Majority Dec

60 kg: Takuma Kawaguchi def. Naoki Yamamoto by Majority Dec

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Kunlun Fight 43 Results: Kyshenko Bests Groenhart and Sitthichai Wins Big

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A part of the allure of China and Kunlun Fight in general is that they put together big fights on a regular basis and that sometimes they fly in the face of convention. Artur Kyshenko vs. Murthel Groenhart is exactly a fight like that. Groenhart is a top contender in GLORY, yet Kyshenko had come and gone through GLORY even though he's clearly one of the best in the world. Kunlun isn't afraid to put top fighters together and that's exactly what they did and Kyshenko and Groenhart went at it, the fight going to an extra round that ultimately saw Kyshenko's hand raised at the end. 

There were also two 70kg tournament brackets played out during the tournament, the 9th and 10th groups going at it. Sitthichai found himself victorious yet again, although Mohamed Mezouari did give him some trouble in the final of the tournament. On the other side, Kong Lingfeng made his way through Josh Aragon before steamrolling Kim Minsoo in the finals. Full results via CombatPress.

Kyshenko vs. Groenhart

Sitthichai vs. Mezouari

Group 10 Tournament Final: Kong Lingfeng (R2 - TKO) Kim Minsoo 

Artur Kyshenko (Ext.R - Unanimous Dec) Murthel Groenhart 

Ashihati (R2 - KO) Faisal Zakaria 

Keijiro Miyakoshi (Ext.R - Dec) Chan Heong Lee 

Group 10 Tournament: Kim Minsoo (R3 - Dec) Zhao Yan 

Group 10 Tournament: Kong Lingfeng (R3 - Dec) Josh Aragon 

Group 9 Tournament Final: Sittichai Sitsongpeenong (Ext.R - Majority Dec) Mohamed Mezouari 

Wang Kehan (R3 - TKO) Rachel Adamus 

Wei Ninghui (R3 - Dec) Pascal Koster 

Artur Gurlov (R3 - Dec) Bo Fufan 

Group 9 Tournament: Mohamed Mezouari (R1 - TKO) Youssef Boulahtari 

Group 9 Tournament: Sittichai Sitsongpeenong (R2 - TKO) Walid Hamid 

Bai Lishuai (R3 - Unanimous Dec) Brian Denis 

Kodera Kohei (R3 - Unanimous Dec) Adam Rotweiler 

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Oktagon/Bellator Kickboxing Results from Italy: Petrosyan Brothers Pick Up Victories

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Credit: Wagner Mela

Yesterday in Torino, Italy the yearly tradition that is the Oktagon event happened, this one the biggest yet, working with Venum Victory World Series and Bellator. The Bellator portion of the event will be at the bottom of the post if you are looking to avoid spoilers for the American Spike TV broadcast of the Bellator Kickboxing event on Friday, April 22nd. 

On the Victory World Series portion the Petrosyan brothers both walked away with decision victories over their respective opponents. For Giorgio he is getting back into his groove after his lengthy time away from the ring. In his last few fights he has looked good, but it would be hard to argue that there wasn't some ring rust. As he's taken more and more fights he has started to look more like his polished self. While his opponent did change for this fight multiple times, he still was able to handle Ravy Brunow and put on a Petrosyan-like performance. 

Venum Victory World Series/Oktagon

 

Giorgio Petrosyan (R3 - Decision) Ravy Brunow 

Chingis Allazov (R? - TKO) Wu Sihan 

Armen Petrosyan (R3 - Decision) Wang Tengyue 

Igor Bougaienko (R3 - Decision) Bruno Sousano 

Tarik Totts (R3 - Decision) Wang Shanwei 

Gloria Peritore (R3 - TKO) Li Mingrui 

~Bellator Spoilers Below~

As for the Bellator Kickboxing debut, there weren't a lot of surprises here, but there were some. It's interesting to note that the ISKA Championship bout between Karim Ghajji and Mustapha Haida was indeed on the Bellator card and there was a photo of Scott Coker standing with Ghajji, wearing the ISKA title. On their debut instead of focusing on their own branded titles they had a title fight for an outside governing body, which may set a precedent for future events. 

Melvin Manhoef fell to Alexandru Negrea, which is interesting considering Manhoef is challenging for Bellator's Middleweight Championship in MMA coming up and they've been keeping the rematch between Schilling and Manhoef on the back burner for a bigger show. I'd say it's now or never. Ghajji was able to defeat Haida in what looks to be the best fight of the night, one that I'm definitely looking forward to watching. Raymond Daniels delivered on his promise of a big knockout victory with a spinning back kick to the live to put away Francesco Morrica in short order. 

Kevin Ross entertained, as always, against Matteo Taccini and picked up a decision while Denise Kielholtz also went to a decision against Veronica Vernocchi. This show airs on Friday, April 22nd at 11pm Eastern time on Spike TV.

UPDATE: Ghajji won both the Bellator Kickboxing and ISKA 165lbs Championships.

Bellator Kickboxing

Alexandru Negrea (R3 - Decision) Melvin Manhoef 

Bellator and ISKA 165lbs Championships: Karim Ghajji (R3 - Decision) Mustapha Haida 

Raymond Daniels (R1 - TKO) Francesco Moricca 

Kevin Ross (R3 - Decision) Matteo Taccini 

Denise Kielholtz (R3 - Decision) Veronica Vernocchi 

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WGP #29 Results: Guto Inocente Wins Big

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Brazilian fighter Guto Inocente was victorious in his first defense of the WGP Heavyweight Championship over Lucas Alsina this weekend in Brazil at WGP #29. The win came via knockout in the fourth round for the impressive heavyweight who will march onto his next challenge and hopefully more bookings around the world. 

WGP # 29 - Official Results 

WGP Heavyweight Championship: Guto Inocente(C) (R4 - KO) Lucas Alsina 

Deucélio Rodrigues (R3 - Decision) German Baltazar 

Hector Santiago (R3 - Decision) Gustavo Piacentini 

Ariel Machado (R3 - Decision) Maycon Silva 

David Silveira (R3 - Split Decision) Wallace Lopes 

Gustavo Piacentini (R3 - Decision) Bruno Cerutti 

Hector Santiago (R3 - KO) Rafael "Owl" 

Samuel Pereira (R3 - Decision) Eduardo Borba 

Carol Fran (R1 - KO) Callegari Bartier 

John Miquelin (R3 - Decision) Thiago Port 

Alysson Campos (R3 - Decision) Gabriel "Monkey" Smith 

Alessandro "Moon" Fields (R3 - Decision) Ewerton "Ninja" 

Fabio Reis (R2 - KO) Alan Patrick 

Louie Santos (R3 - Decision) Fernando Resende 

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Kunlun Fight 41 Results

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Kunlun Fight 41 took place today April 8th in Xining, Qinghai, China. They included a great 70 kgs 4-man tournament between Davit Kiria, Tayfun Ozcan, Wu Xuesong and Alex Oller. Here are all the results thanks to KIKSIE.

Kunlun Fight 41 Results

Rookie Fight 65kg - Niu Fengkai (China) def. Gou Dakui (China) by Decision

Boxing 58kg - Teriguna (China) def. Vatinee Saranburus (Thailand) by TKO in Round 2

Superfight 67kg - Liang Shoutao (China) def. Wang Chunyang (China) by Decision

75kg Tournament Qualifier 1 - Daniel KwangSoo (South Korea) def. Zhang Yang (China) by Decision

70kg Tournament Reserve Fight - Pong Thong (Thailand) def. Hao Dahui (China) by KO in Round 1

70kg Tournament Group G Semifinal 1 - Tayfun Ozcan (Turkey) def. Davit Kiria (Georgia) by Decision

70kg Tournament Group G Semifinal 2 - Wu Xuesong (China) def. Alex Oller (Brazil) by TKO in Round 2

70kg Tournament Group G Final - Wu Xuesong (China) def. Tayfun Ozcan (Turkey) by KO in Round 2

Superfight 57kg - Gao Qian (China) def. Miriam Sabot (Italy) by Decision

75kg Tournament Qualifier 2 - Alim Nabiev (Azerbaijan) def. Islam Murtazaev (Russia) by Unanimous Decision (30-26 30-27 30-26 30-27 30-26)

MMA Superfight 61.5kg - Chu Guangfu (China) def. Jose Francisco (Spain) by KO

75kg Tournament Qualifier 3 - Diogo Calado (Portugal) def. Perviz Abdullayev (Azerbaijan) by Unanimous Decision (30-27 30-27 30-27 30-29 30-29)

MMA Superfight 66kg - Jo Sungbin (South Korea) def. Mohamed Amine (Malaysia) by KO in Round 1

75kg Tournament Qualifier 4 - Zheng Zhaoyu (China) def. Nuerla Mulali (China) by Decision

 

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WFL Results: Souwer and Groenhart Win Big

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Image (C) Ben Pontier/WFL

WFL held yet another star-studded event in the Netherlands this weekend, featuring three big tournaments and a few huge superfights. Before you ask, no, I don't know where you can watch it. There were three tournaments on the event, one at heavyweight, one at 76kg and a women's tournament. The winners were late replacement Fabio Kwasai at heavyweight, Murthel Groenhart at 76kg and Anissa Haddoui picking up the upset win in the women's tournament.

Andy Souwer went to war with Mohamed Khamal and picked up the victory in the main event.

 

WFL Results

Superfights

Andy Souwer (R3 - Decision) Mohamed Khamal 

Luis Tavares (R3 - Decision) Redouan Cairo 

Ibrahim el Bouni (R3 - Decision) Fred Sikking 

Mohammed el Messaoudi (R3 - Decision) Massaro Glunder 

Ertugrul Bayrak (R3 - Decision) Clyde Brunswijk 

Atik Askarzadeh (R2 - KO) Anouar Lahmay 

Tom Duivenvoorde (R3 - Decision) Jay Overmeer 

Tournaments

Heavyweight

Semi-Final: Sam Tevette (R2 - KO) Marcello Adriaansz 

Semi-Final: Fabio Kwasi (R3 - Decision) Brian Douwes 

Final: Fabio Kwasi (Ext.R - Decision) Sam Tevette 

76KG 

Semi-Final: Murthel Groenhart (R3 - Decision) Marco Pique 

Semi-Final: Sem Braan (R3 - Decision) Darryl Sichtman 

Final: Murthel Groenhart (R3 - KO) Sem Braan 

Women's Tournament

Semi-Final: Ilona Wijmans (R3 - Decision) Daria Albers 

Semi-Final: Anissa Haddaoui (R3 - Decision) Sheena Widdershoven 

Final: Anissa Haddaoui (R3 - Decision) Ilona Wijmans 

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Enfusion Live #38 Results

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Enfusion ran their 38th numbered event in the Netherlands this weekend where they saw two world titles were on the line, both champions successful in their defenses. Mohamed Boubkari defeated Mickael Yapi via TKO for the Enfusion -95kg world title and Ibrahim El Boustati defeated Miroslav Cingel for the -85kg world title.

Enfusion also announced their Enfusion League, which will span the year. Details in the video.

RESULTS Enfusion Live #38 The Hague, The Netherlands Saturday 2.04.2016

1. 3X3 -54Kg FEMALE

Samantha Van Doorn (The Netherlands) Vs Lorena Klijn (The Netherlands) 

Winner: Samantha Van Doorn (The Netherlands) Points

2. 3X3 -72.5Kg

Redouan Laarkoubi (Morocco) Vs Aziz Kallah (Morocco) 

Winner: Aziz Kallah (Morocco) Points after a 4th Rd

3. 3X3 -72.5Kg 

Yassin Baitar (Morocco) Vs Rafal Dudek (Poland)

Winner: Yassin Baitar (Morocco) Points

4. 3X3 Heavyweight

Fikri Ameziane (Morocco) Vs Serkan Ozcaglayan (Turkey)

Winner: Fikri Ameziane (Morocco) Points after a 4th Rd

5. 3X3 Heavyweight    

Hicham Achalhi (Morocco) Vs   Utley Meriana (Curacao)

Winner: Hicham Achalhi (Morocco) Points

6. 5X3 ENFUSION WORLD TITLE -95Kg

Mohamed Boubkari (Morocco)Vs Mickael Yapi (France)

Winner: Mohamed Boubkari (Morocco) Winner 3rd Rd TKO

7. 5X3 ENFUSION WORLD TITLE -85Kg

Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco)Vs Miroslav Cingel (Slovakia)

Winner: Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) Points

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WLF Glory of Heroes Results: Jauncey Victorious with Headkick KO

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Shenzen was hopping tonight as WLF's Glory of Heroes card took place there and delivered some big action. Alex Pereira defeated Israel Adesanya via decision, Yi Long picked up every bit of sketch of a decision as you'd expect in China against poor Enriko Kehl and Josh Jauncey defeated Xu Yan in spectacular fashion. The big story here was Josh Jauncey picking up a KO victory over K-1 veteran Xu Yan. It happened in the third round via a headkick and it was quite a sight to behold. Xu Yan raised his hand to show that he was alright while he was on the way down to the mat, not to get up before the bell.

Here are the full results from the event thanks to Kiksie.

(Stream – Starting around 18.10 Local Time)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Andrei Ostrovanu (Romania) def. Zhang Dezheng (China) by Unananimous Decision (30-26 30-26 30-26)

Kickboxing – 56KG

Gong Yanli (China) def. Christi Brereton (United Kingdom) by Split Decision (29-28 29-28 28-29)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Zhao Chunyang (China) def. Harley Love (New Zealand) by Unanimous Decision (29-28 29-28 29-28)

Kickboxing – 85KG

Yurii Zubchuk (Ukraine) def. Guo Qiang (China) by Unanimous Decision (29-28 29-28 29-28)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Daniel Solaja (Germany) def. Hu Yafei (China) by Unanimous Decision (29-27 29-27 29-27)

*Daniel Solaja missed weight and was deducted 1 point going into the fight 

MMA – 63KG

Ilia Kurzanov (Russia) def. Ji Xian (China) by Submission (guillotine choke) in Round 1

Kickboxing – 70KG

Jixiang Adai (China) def. Imamura Takuya (Japan) by Unanimous Decision (29-27 29-27 29-27)

(Henan TV Broadcast – Starting around 21.15 Local Time)

Kickboxing – 60KG

Kong Long (China) def. Nogami Yusuke (Japan) by Unanimous Decision (30-27 30-27 30-27)

Kickboxing – 68KG

Tie Yinghua (China) def. Fabio Pinca (France) by Split Decision (29-28 29-28 28-29)

Kickboxing – 85KG

Alex Pereira (Brazil) def. Israel Adesanya (New Zealand) by Unanimous Decision (29-28 29-28 29-28)

Kickboxing – 63KG

Wei Rui (China) def. Nakamura Yukiya (Japan) by KO in Round 1

Kickboxing – 71KG

Yi Long (China) def. Enriko Kehl (Germany) by Unanimous Decision (29-28 29-28 29-28)

Kickboxing – 63KG

Deng Zeqi (China) def. Joan Manuel Lique Cañaveral (Colombia) by KO in Round 1

Kickboxing – 67KG

Qiu Jianliang (China) def. Jomthong Chuwattana (Thailand) by Unanimous Decision After an Extra Round (10-8 10-8 10-8)

*Jomthong Chuwattana missed weight and was deducted 1 point going into the fight 

Kickboxing – 70KG

Josh Jauncey (Canada) def. Xu Yan (China) by TKO in Round 3

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Muay Thai GP #3 Results and Video of Bloodbath

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Muay Thai GP held their third event this past weekend in a night that saw a lot of huge fights along with a great turnout. MTGP has released a video of the fight of the night, a bloodbath between Paul Barber and Daniel Terry. Definitely worth your time.

Full results provided by the promotion below.

Muay Thai Grand Prix 3 - Official Results

MTGP World Welterweight Title – FTR 66KG

Charlie Peters def. Tommi McCormick by unanimous decision

Main Event – FTR 55KG

Damien Trainor def. Adrian Lopez by split decision

Co-Main Event - K-1 59KG

Paul Karpowicz def. Jamie Whelan by split decision

MTGP 4-Man - K-1 72KG Final

Conor Stewart def. Luke Whelan by split decision

*performance of the night - Conor Stewart*

FTR 57KG

Dean James def. Hakim Harness by unanimous decision

FTR 54KG

Daniel McGowan def. Victor Saravia by TKO (Rd 2 referee stoppage, cut on Saravia's forehead)

FTR 54KG

Iman Barlow def. Maria Lobo by unanimous decision

FTR 67KG

Alex Bublea def. Ben Lucas by unanimous decision

FTR 63KG

Paul Barber def. Daniel Terry by TKO

*fight of the night*

B-Class 68KG

Michael Pham def. Dominik Matusz by split decision

FTR 48KG

Evan Jays def. Tommy Zoom by unanimous decision

MTGP 4-Man K-1 72KG Semi Final 2

Conor Stewart def. Christos Avramidis by unanimous decision

MTGP 4-Man K-1 72KG Semi Final 1

Luke Whelan def. Luca Caputo by unanimous decision

K-1 77KG

Marley Zwanenberg def. Kleanthis Kyriakou by split decision

B-Class 63KG

Kieran Manwaring def. Paul Masgangy by unanimous decision

B-Class 68KG

Adil Alhinai def. Saj Imran by TKO (Rd 4 doctor stoppage, cut over Imran's eye)

C-Class 78KG

Phil Casper def. Mark Robinson by unanimous decision

K-1 67KG

Colin Chu def. Jamie McGuigan by unanimous decision

K-1 67KG

Liam Wells def. Jon Zugrav by unanimous decision

*prelims fight of the night*

C-Class 75KG

Dan Hardiman def. Donavan Pignilleto by unanimous decision

K-1 68KG

John Dang def. Damien Ahmed by Unanimous decision

K-1 62KG

Jakub Mi def. Adam O’Driscoll by TKO (Round 3)

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SuperKombat Puerto Rico Results: Sam Wins Controversial Decision

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Yesterday, on Saturday, March 26th in San Juan, Puerto Rico, SuperKombat kicked off their 2016 season. They left the comfort of home in Europe for sunny Puerto Rico in what was an interesting night of fights with a bit of a twist ending. The undercard was chock full of local fighters to keep the fans happy, with Angela Whitley crowned the SuperKombat New Heroes Women's Lightweight Champion over Cristiana Stancu. 

On the main card Alex Filip knocked out Bryan Daye in the third round, Cristian Spectu was able to floor Turan Hasanov in the third as well. But when it came to the main event, well, things didn't go as planned. Romania's favorite son, Catalin Morosanu, went up against big Daniel Sam from the UK and by all accounts it was Morosanu winning the fight, only for the judges to give the fight to Sam after three. 

SuperKombat is already looking for an immediate rematch between the two. 

New Heroes

New Heroes Women's Lightweight Championship: Angela Whitley (R3 - TKO) Cristiana Stancu

Jose Rodriguez (R2 - TKO) Hakan Dirken

Dumitru Topai (R1 - KO) Victor Rosado

Ruth Julian (R3 - Dec) Carmarie Matos

Adrian Torres (R3 - Dec) Cesar Causin

Main Card

Adrian Frias (R3 - Dec) Kevin Rivera

Alex Filip (R3 - TKO) Bryan Daye

Cristian Spectu (R3 - TKO) Turan Hasanov

Daniel Sam (R3 - Split Decision) Catalin Morosanu

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Yokkao 17 and 18 Results

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Yokkao 17 and 18 took place this weekend at the Macron Stadium in Bolton, England. As usual Yokkao packed the cards full of talent and had two world title fights.

Jordan Watson was able to avenge his TKO loss to Sanny Dahlbeck from last year and reclaim the belt that Dahlbeck had taken from him. Earlier in the night Liam Harrison was able to edge out Tetsuya Yamato for the 65kgs belt.

YOKKAO 18 Results

YOKKAO WORLD TITLE -70KG - Jordan Watson won by points vs Sanny Dahlbeck

YOKKAO Prestige Fight -72,5kg - Ben Hodge won by points vs Christian Baya

YOKKAO UK Ranking Revenge -72,5kg - Soloman Wickstead lost by TKO (referee stoppage round 4) vs Jake Purdy

YOKKAO Next Generation Female Fight -48kg - Amy Pirnie won by TKO (referee stoppage round 3) vs Fanny Ramos

YOKKAO UK Ranking -65kg - Danny Harrison-Little lost round 4 (retired) vs Jack Kennedy

YOKKAO Next Generation -80kg - David Sa lost by TKO (referee stoppage round 1) vs Darren Howieson

YOKKAO 17 Results

YOKKAO WORLD TITLE -65KG - Liam Harrison won by points vs Tetsuya Yamato

YOKKAO Prestige Fight -64kg - Manachai YOKKAOSaenchaiGym won in round 3 (retired) vs Luke Turner

YOKKAO UK Ranking -65kg - Dale Hughes won by KO (round 3) vs Dale Murray

YOKKAO Next Generation -79kg - Juan Cervantes won by points vs Danny Edwards

YOKKAO UK Ranking -61,5kg - Matty Mcguire lost by points vs Myk Estlick

YOKKAO UK Ranking -70kg - Luke Imeson lost by points vs Jackson Barkhouse

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GLORY 28 and SuperFight Series Live Results

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GLORY 28 is today! That means that, as usual, we'll be providing live results throughout the event. The SuperFight Series airs on UFC's Fight Pass and GLORY 28's main card on ESPN3.

Follow us at @liverkickdotcom to talk about the show live or talk in the comments section here.

GLORY 28 Paris (Live on ESPN3 at 4 p.m. ET)

Heavyweight Title Headline Bout: Rico Verhoeven (c) (R5 - Unanimous Decision) Mladen Brestovac -- Welp, this was exactly the fight that we all thought it would be. Rico didn't get a big knockout, sure, but Brestovac is a more careful fighter and wasn't looking to be overly-aggressive. Rico is fast, technical and defensive when he needs to be. I'm not sure who in this division beats him.

Lightweight Tournament Final Bout: Sitthichai (R3 - Decision) Marat Grigorian -- Great fight by both guys. Marat was right there with Sitthichai throughout the fight, forcing Sitthichai to fight a bit more aggressively than we are used to. He really turned it up and wanted to be assured the win from the judges, which he got. Great stuff by both guys.

Welterweight Co-Headline Bout: Cédric Doumbé(R3 - UD) Murthel Groenhart -- Wow. Again. Many had seen Doumbe as simply a stepping stone for Murthel to pick up a win and some momentum, but you know what? Nobody told Doumbe that. If you've keenly followed Murthel's career you'll know that Murthel has always had a tendency to lose his temper and fight sloppy. That's not the Murthel that we've seen in his last few fights, but Doumbe was able to pull that out from him in this fight and it was beautiful. He had completely frustrated Murthel to the point where Murthel had a late hit in the last round, which the ref took a point for (which, c'mon, no way), but Doumbe pulled off the win. Chaos in the welterweight division!

Lightweight Tournament Semi-Final Bout B: Marat Grigorian (R3 - Decision) Anatoly Moiseev -- Wow. I mean, I saw Grigorian winning this, but Moiseev is 100% legit, yet Grigorian really showed just how great he was here. He had Moiseev in trouble a bunch of times with multiple knockdowns. Great performance.

Lightweight Tournament Semi-Final Bout A: Sittichai (R3 - UD) Davit Kiria -- Yep. I mean, we've seen this fight before, the biggest difference was that Kiria was prepared for the knees and kicks so he was a lot more defensive. He hung in there, but this was mostly one-way traffic.

GLORY SuperFight Series Paris (Live on UFC FIGHT PASS at 1 p.m. ET)

Light Heavyweight Title Headline Bout: Artem Vakhitov (R5 - UD) Saulo Cavalari (c) -- Saulo came out strong, but Vakhitov's boxing was simply too slick here. The one problem that I saw for Vakhitov going into this was going to be lack of aggression, but none of that happened here. Vakhitov was aggressive and worked over the leg and body of Saulo. Just a clinic from Vakhitov while a tired Saulo kept coming, but simply didn't have enough power left in him to fight back too much. Saulo did work the leg kick, but his own leg was so torn up that he had problems piecing together combinations.

Heavyweight Co-Headline Bout: Xavier Vigney (R3 - UD) Freddy Kemayo -- Crazy slugfest from both guys. Things started off looking all-Vigney, but as the fight went on Kemayo found a way through Vigney's thin defenses. Biggest win that Vigney has had in a while, but man, I'm concerned about seeing him fight top heavyweights in this division. There were some serious holes in his defenses (as in, were there defenses?) and against the upper echelons of the division things could go poorly for him. You can't rely on your jaw protecting you forever. That being said, this was a pretty crazy slugfest from both guys.

Featherweight Title Bout: Serhiy Adamchuk (c) (R5 - Decision) Mosab Amrani -- Look, this fight was never gonna be pretty. This was Amrani via KO in the early rounds or it was Adamchuk via clinching and his solid boxing. That's exactly what happened and my god did Amrani take a brutal beating. In the third round Amrani went down like a sack of potatoes but got up. What ensued was two rounds of Amrani taking brutal amounts of damage and not going down. Heart? Sure. But this fight shortened his career because he wasn't doing anything, just taking shots to the jaw and holding on for a clinch. Brutal.

Middleweight Bout: Jason Wilnis (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Filip Verlinden -- This was just an incredible fight. Watch this fight, no matter how you have to. These guys were both going full force all fight and the third round ended with a crazy exchange between the two. Wilnis got the nod but great performance by both guys.

Lightweight Bout: Josh Jauncey (R2 - TKO) Johan Tkac -- Josh Jauncey has looked really good in his last few fights, but here he looked absolutely incredible. This was the complete Josh Jauncey that we've always wanted to see. Incredibly confident, slipping strikes, awesome head movement and was changing levels with fluidity. Tkac was putting forth effort, but Jauncey was able to keep him off balance and kept attacking the body and legs throughout, while not neglecting to land whenever there was a hole in Tkac's defenses up top. Tkac's corner called it after R2 due to a broken nose.

Featherweight Bout: Eddy Naït-Slimani (R3 - Unanimous Decision) Maykol Yurk -- Tough, close fight from both guys to kick things off. Really entertaining and Nait-Slimani threw some really hard shots here. Great debut.

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K-1 Japan -65kg Japan Tournament Results

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Man, the site has just been down and up all day, but that doesn't mean that we didn't watch the K-1 Japan -65kg Japan tournament. We did. A lot of stuff went down in this, the whole landscape of these lower weight classes changed from just one show. Think about that. That's what K-1 Japan brings to the table.

K-1 65KG CHAMPIONSHIP: KAEW FAIRTEX (C) def. MASSARO GLUNDER by Split Dec

JOHANNES WOLF def. URABE HIROSHITAKASHI by Majority Dec

HVYWEIGHT: Uehara Makoto def. Nori by KO Rd 1 (overhand right)

70KG: Hirono YU def. KOETSU by Unanimous Dec

K-1 65KG tournament

FINAL: HIDEAKI YAMAZAKI def. MASAAKI NOIRI by Majority Dec

SEMIFINAL: HIDEAKI YAMAZAKI def. YUTA KUBO by TKO Rd 3 (2 knockdowns)

SEMIFINAL: MASAAKI NOIRI def. HIROYA by Majority Dec

QUARTERFINAL: MASAAKI NOIRI def. KIMURA MINORU by TKO Rd 1 (2 knockdowns)

QUARTERFINAL: HIROYA def. TERASAKI NAOKI by KO Rd 1 (overhand right)

QUARTERFINAL: HIDEAKI YAMAZAKI def. SODA YASUOMI by KO Rd 2 (uppercut to left hook combo)

QUARTERFINAL: YUTA KUBO def. NOMAN by Unanimous Dec

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Enfusion Live Results: Wilnis Takes Home Enfusion World Title

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Enfusion's biggest show this year to date went down in the Netherlands on Saturday in a night that saw a one-night 70kg tournament as well as a Heavyweight championship bout. Tayfun Ozcan walked away with the 70kg tournament while Jahfarr Wilnis was able to upset the champion in Lazaar and secure the title.

 

RESULTS Enfusion Live #37 Eindhoven, The Netherlands Saturday 27.02.2016

1. 3X3 -72.5Kg

Serginio Kanters (Surinam) Vs   Yassin Baitar (Morocco)

WINNER: Yassin Baitar (Morocco) Points After a 4th Rd

2. 3X3 -57Kg Female

Samantha Van Doorn (The Netherlands) Vs Patrizia Gibelli (Poland)

WINNER: Samantha Van Doorn (The Netherlands) Points

3. 3X3 TOURNAMENT -70Kg

Nordin Ben Moh (Morocco) Vs Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)

WINNER: Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco) KO Rd 3

4. 3X3 TOURNAMENT -70Kg

Tayfun Ozcan (Turkey) Vs Madicke Kamara (France)

WINNER: Tayfun Ozcan (Turkey) Opponent retired after Rd 2

5. 3X3 -85Kg    

Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) Vs Patrick Van Rees (The Netherlands)

WINNER: Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) TKO Rd 3 

6. 3X3 -67Kg    

Ilias Bulaid (Morocco) Vs Edson Fortes (Cape Verde)

WINNER: Ilias Bulaid (Morocco) Points

7. 5X3 ENFUSION WORLD TITLE Heavyweight

Ismael Lazaar (Morocco) Vs Jahfarr Wilnis (The Netherlands) Points

WINNER: New Enfusion World  Champion - Jahfarr Wilnis (The Netherlands) Points

8. 3X3 TOURNAMENT FINAL -70Kg

Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)Vs Tayfun Ozcan (Turkey)

WINNER of the Enfusion 25,000 USD Tournament: Tayfun Ozcan (Turkey) Points

 

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