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K-1 WGP 2015 70kgs Live Results and Stream

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 def. Dylan Salvador by Unanimous Dec

Tournament Quarterfinal 70kg - Sanny Dahlbeck def. Hiroki Nakajima by TKO 2nd Rd (2 knockdowns)

Tournament Quarterfinal 70kg - Jordann Pikeur def. Daiki Watabe by TKO Rd 2 (2 knockdowns)

SuperfightHirotaka Urabe def. Toshi by Unanimous Dec (Extra Rd)

SuperfightKimura "Phillip" Minoru def. Massaro Glunder by Unanimous Dec (Extra Rd)

Tournament Semifinal 1 - Marat Grigorian def. Makihira Keita by KO Rd 2 (left body hook)

Tournament Semifinal 2Jordann Pikeur def. Sanny Dahlbeck by TKO Rd 2 (2 knockdowns)

SuperfightTakeru def. Hakim Hamech by Unanimous Dec

SuperfightKoya Urabe def. Konstantin Trishin by Unanimous Dec

SuperfightKaew Fairtex def. Yasuomi Soda by Unanimous Dec

Tournament Final - Marat Grigorian def. Jordann Pikeur by KO Rd 1 (punches)

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Jahfarr Wilnis and Yodsanklai Win Big at Kunlun

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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K-1 Japan -55kg Tournament Results

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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Dutch Kickboxer Brian Douwes Wins Bloodsport-esque Tournament

Last night in Japan something we expect only in movies went down, the event was called Ganryujima and the idea is basically exactly like the Kumite in Bloodsport. It was a 1 night, 8 man tournament with each competitor having a different fighting style. They had a Capoeira guy, a Dutch Kickboxer, a Senegalese wrestler, a Sumo, and so on, I mean you get the idea all styles and RESULTS ARE HERE. Of course the Dutch Kickboxer Brian Douwes Knocked out all 3 opponents in the first round of each match, what else would we expect right?

Here is a picture of the weigh ins just to give an idea.

While we were promised a circular ring with no ropes and a MOAT... yes a body of water surrounding the ring where if you get pushed in 3 times in a round you lose. The pictures showed it was more like blue mats around the ring instead of the moat this time which disappointed  a little but the same rules applied about being pushed out of the ring, the rest of the rules were basically the same as most MMA fights.

I really was curious about this and was actually pretty upset that there was no way to watch this online even though I was sure Douwes would win (I may be a little bias). It would have been nice to see how the event worked out, lets keep our fingers crossed that we can watch the next one if it ever happens. No matter how silly and crazy it sounds, I feel it will still bring out the curiosity in everyone that enjoys Martial Arts and combat sports.

 

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ShootBoxing 2015 Act.1 Results

Shootboxing Act.1 took place last weekend in Tokyo, Japan. It was great to see them bring back the young Zouggary who fought his heart out during the tournament last year. Shishido really didn't stand much of a chance against him, it was an dominant victory, now I just cant wait for a rematch between Zouggary and Suzuki.

Results

Zakaria Zouggary def. Hiroki Shishido by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-28)

Yuki Sakamoto def. Nagashima Yuichiro by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-27, 30-27)

Hiroki Naito def. Miyazaki by Unanimous Decision (30-29, 30-28, 30-28)

Kaito def. TASUKU by Unanimous Decision (30-29, 30-28, 30-29)

Iwashita Miyabi def. Ashitaka Ryo by TKO (low kicks) in Rd 3

MIO def. Miho by Unanimous Decision (30-28, 30-28, 30-28)

Sugawara Yutsugi def. Matsui Dai by Unanimous Decision (29-27, 30-26, 29-27)

Pmma Hiroaki def. Yuki Kitagawa by Ext. Rd Decision (10-8, 10-8, 10-8)

Kiyoaki Murata def. Taku Saito by Unanimous Decision (30-25, 30-25, 30-26)

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Kunlun Heavyweight Tournament Results and Stream

Stream for the Fights tonight IS HERE.

RESULTS

+100Kg Tournament - GROUP B

  • Hesdy Gerges def. Igor Bugaenko Rd 2 TKO (low kicks or groin kick)
  • Konstantin Gluhov def. Mighty Mo Rd 1 TKO (hand/arm injury)
  • Myun Hyun Man def. Wu Lahan TKO Rd 2
  • Andrei Herasimchuk def. Ashwin Balrak Decision

58Kg MMA SUPER FIGHT - Xiong Jingnan def. Liliya Kazak Rd 3 TKO (ground and pound)

57Kg SUPER FIGHT - Alexis Barateau def. Bunsit Decision

77Kg SUPER FIGHT - Li Baoming def. Allan Aldatov Decision

 

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Andy Souwer and RENA win at No Kick No Life

RIKIX put on the No Kick No Life promotion last night in Tokyo, Japan at the Ota City General Gymnasium.

Andy Souwer took on Tanaka Hideya which sounds like it was a typical Souwer performance. Souwer started with his trademark slow first round by the sounds of it Tanaka took that one. Once the second round started it was all Souwer up until he landed a left head kick in the 3rd and finished Tanaka off for the 3rd round KO victory.

RENA fought Elli Maria Ekström from Sweden, in what sounded like a very one sided affair. RENA was hurting Ekström with strong punching combinations and landing hard liver punches until she earned the TKO victory in the 2nd round.

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K-1 China vs. Japan Results From Feb. 1st

On February 1st (this morning for the West) in China K-1 held their 409th event. Much like the previous K-1 event in China, K-1 China vs. USA, this event saw a stable of Chinese fighters take on a few Japanese fighters for national honor and pride. What ensued was a series of fun fights that showed both a lot of promise and some disappointments. 

It's clear to see that the Chinese fighters have been working hard to adapt to the K-1 rules, but when a relatively famous fighter like Ba Te Er in China steps into the K-1 ring there are expectations that he'll be a bit more experienced in the ruleset. Er was proof that traditional martial arts can indeed be valuable in a professional kickboxing setting, but he was missing one key ingredient from the equation, which was the "boxing" part of kickboxing. 

Overall another fun events from K-1 and it's interesting to see what kind of spoils China will continue to net them in the future. If you missed it you can check out the archived fights here.

K-1 409 - CHINA vs JAPAN
65 Kuji Yoshimoto (R3 - Dec.) Hanji 
70kg K-Jee (R3 - TKO) Zang Lei
53kg E Meidie (R3 - Dec.) Syuri
63kg Keisuke Nakamura (Ext. R - TKO) Wang Zhiwei 
60kg Tomohiro Kiyai (R3 - Dec.) Wu Ze 
70kg Tien Xin (R3 - Dec.) Hideaki Kikkawa 
70kg Jungle Koki R3 - Dec.) Ba Te Er 

 

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Kunlun Fights Stream and Live Results

Kunlun fights are starting right now at 2:30am EST/ 11:30pm PST you can watch the STREAM HERE. It should be a great night with names like Artur Kyshenko, Konstantin Ghulov, Mighty Mo, Hesdy Gerges, Ashwin Balrak, Andrei Herasimchuk, Marat Grigorian, Aikpracha Meenayothin and Davit Kirita

Live Results

  1. 70kgs Semi-final - Marat Grigorian def. Aikpracha Meenayothin by KO Rd 2 (right hook)
  2. 70kgs Semi-final - Fernando Calzetta def. Mo Zhwangwei by KO Rd 1 (left hook to the liver)
  3. (MMA) Tang Jin def. Anastasia Rybalochko by TKO in round 1 (punches and knees)
  4. Artur Kyshenko def. Bai Jinbin by KO Rd 1 (right hand)
  5. Davit Kiria def. Zheng Zhayou by KO Rd 1 (right hook)
  6. 70kgs Final - Marat Grigorian def. Fernando Calzetta by TKO Rd 1 (ref stoppage due to severe beating and cut)
  7. Xu Jifu def. Peter Janssen by Decision

 

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K-1 Japan 60kgs GP Live Results and Stream

K-1 Japan is happening tonight at 9:30 PST/ 12:30 EST, it will stream live on NicoNico AT THIS LINK. I have a Step by Step guide to ordering from NicoNico HERE just don't use those links, use the K-1 link I have linked here.

It should be a great card, with a 60kg GP tournament, Yoshihiro Sata facing off against Sanny Dahlbeck, and Kaew Fairtex back in action against Minoru. I'll be posting the live results here, there are a lot of fights so its going to be a late night.

RESULTS

Superfights

65kg: Kimura Minoru Def. Kaew Fairtex Majority Dec

70kg: Sanny Dahlbeck Def Sato Yoshihiro by KO Ex Rd (left high kick and punches)

55kg: Takiya Shota Def. Shou Rong Unanimous Dec

55kg: Horio Ryuji Def. Tobe Ryuma Unanimous Dec

60kg GP Tournament

Final - Urabe Koya Def. Urabe Hirotaka by Unanimous Dec

Semi-final: Urabe Koya Def. Yamamoto Masahiro by KO Rd 1 (leg kicks)

Semi-final: Urabe Hirotaka Def. Javier Hernandez Unanimous Dec Ex Rd

60kg GP: Urabe Koya Def. Denis Puric by KO Rd 1 (liver knee)

60kg GP: Yamamoto Masahiro Def. Gagny Baradji Majority Dec

60kg GP: Urabe Hirotaka Def. Karim Bennoui TKO Rd 1 (cut due to flying knee)

60kg GP: Javier Hernandez Def. Shimano Kotaro by Unanimous Dec (scored knockdowns in Rd 1 and 2)

60kg GP Reserve Fight: TOSHI Def. Kim Hun Jae by Unanimous Dec

Prelims

65kg: Hiramoto Ren Def. Ishikawa Yuki by K0 Rd 1

HW: Fujita Tomoya Def. Manabu by Unanimous Dec

60kg: Kanbe Shota Def. Yuma by Unanimous Dec

65kg: Goto Masanobu Def. Saito Yuta by KO Rd (left hook)

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