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Fight Night Hungary II. - SIMPLY THE BEST 3 Results

The night of 32 March 2015 found a full house at club Barba Negra when Fight Night Hungary II. - SIMPLY THE BEST 3 came around. Fans have seen once again an exciting show with the first part being Muay Thai and the second Kickboxing bouts. On top of the great matchups and exciting fights the fate of some championship belts were also decided. As WKN World President Stephane Cabrera said "György Rehák and his promotional team have really produced the top level of the WKN International standards in all aspects."

When Norbert Spéth, multiple time IFMA muay thai Hungarian Champion, IFMA muay thai Europan Champion stepped into the ring against Attila Erdős WAKO K-1 Hungarian Champion it was clear there's going to be a battle. Spéth seemed to be getting the better of the exchanges and taking over when in the second round the two engaged in a clinch and Spéth has thrown Erdős. An unfortunate thing but we've seen it many times in combat sports Erdős got injured from the fall and couldn't continue. Norbert Spéth has taken another trophy - the Muay Thai Hungarian Championship belt for the 63.5kg category!

Barna Szűcs /right/ attacking with a knee strike

The next title fight was in the 81kg category between István "Fishbone" Horváth and Norbert Szentkuti. Coming back from an injury Horváth started training early this year and might very well looked better than ever when he knocked Szentkuti out in the third. Next up was Bia Balajti - whom we've written about regarding Hurricane Fight 2014 and the first edition of Fight Night Hungary - vs Rebeka Szendrei a WAKO & WKF K-1 world cup winner. Balajti was noticeably using her hands more and as we found out post fight she injured her right ankle which barely healed up for the fight. She still managed to dominate all three rounds and even caught Szendrei with a body shot in the 3rd that sent her down. She managed to get up but the bell has ended the round and the bout. Bianka won on all three scorecards and got the WKN K-1 Hungarian Championship belt home via an UD.

Next up was ReGym's very own Barna Szűcs in a clash for the 75kg WKN K-1 European Championship against Tomas "Bery" Beran (Czech Republic). Although it started a bit slow Szűcs managed to knock Beran down a few times during the fight. It was all out war until a knee to the head of Beran landed in the 4th. Szűcs won via KO and took the WKN belt! 

Gilányi /right/ with the WKN belt

Attila Gilányi met Ádám Bors for the second time at Fight Night Hungary in the 91kg division. The two heavyweights have been paired up for the WKN K-1 Hungarian Championship this time. In the rematch Gilányi has managed to seal the deal even faster and in a more decisive way than upon their first outing when he landed a thunderous knockout punch in the 1st round.

After another great night of fights and a tv deal with National TV channel SPORT 1 which let fans capture the event promoter György Rehák (one of the top muay thai trainers in Hungary) has every reason to be positive regarding the event's future. Some promotions already started to get a foothold on national sport channels and coverage in general just seems to be increasing in Hungary. A window of opportunity seems to be opening up for bigger and better things. Fight Night Hungary has everything to become something big on the local or even the regional scene with the tools available to them and the support of WKN as well. As WKN World President Stephane Cabrera said he seen some real, new talent, a big potential, excellent fighters and he wants to give all his energy and power to help them develop. Fight fans might expect a bright future for kickboxing and muay thai in Hungary and we have do have some reasons to look ahead and be optimistic.

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Enfusion Live 26 Results

Enfusion Live #26 at The Hague, Netherlands took place today. It was the start of their 16 man tournament at 70kgs. Nordin Ben Moh won both his fights so he is the first finalist in the tournament.

Enfusion Live #26 Results

1. 3X3 70Kg - Walid Hamid (Morocco) Vs Dennis Kabbedijk (The Netherlands)

WINNER Walid Hamid (Morocco)  2nd TKO

2. 3X3 70Kg  Tournament Semi Final - Nordin Ben Moh (Morocco) Vs Paul Jansen (The Netherlands)

WINNER Nordin Ben Moh (Morocco) 1st Rd TKO

3. 3X3 70Kg  Tournament Semi Final - Hafid El Boustati (Morocco) Vs Edson Fortes (Cape Verde)

WINNER Edson Fortes (Cape Verde) Points

4. 3X3 64Kg Shana Lammers  (Indonesia)  Vs Manal Arrad (The Netherlands)

WINNER Shana Lammers  (Indonesia)  Points

5. 3X3 Heavyweight - Brice Guidon (France) Vs Hicham Achalhi (Morocco)

WINNER Hicham Achalhi (Morocco) 2nd Rd TKO

6. 3X3 70KG Tournament Final - Nordin Ben Moh (Morocco) Vs Edson Fortes (Cape Verde)

WINNER Nordin Ben Moh (Morocco) Points

7. 5X3 60Kg - Tommy Dieckmann (The Netherlands) Vs Ali Zubai (The Netherlands)

Enfusion World Title -60Kg WINNER Ali Zubai (The Netherlands) 3rd Rd TKO

Kickboxing Talents 7 Results

1. 3X3 85Kg Jeffrey Ijdo (The Netherlands) Vs Mohamed Demirel (Turkey)  

WINNER Jeffrey Ijdo (The Netherlands) Points

2. 3X3 80Kg - Delano Holman (The Netherlands) Vs Sergio Eckhart (Indonesia)  

WINNER Delano Holman (The Netherlands)  Points

3. 3X3 85 Kg - Yousri Belgaroui (Tunisia) Vs Tagir Bokov (Chechnya)

WINNER Yousri Belgaroui (Tunisia) TKO Rd 2

4. 3X3 70Kg - Jan Julius Humme (The Netherlands) Vs Jaouad Abarnous (Morocco)

WINNER Jan Julius Humme (The Netherlands) TKO Rd 2

5. 3X3 Heavyweight - Hatim Bouchiba (Morocco) Vs Mark Bourti (The Netherlands)  

WINNER Hatim Bouchiba (Morocco)  Points

6. 3X3 75Kg - Marouan Toutouh (Morocco) Vs Redouan Laarkoubi (Morocco)

WINNER Marouan Toutouh (Morocco)  Points

7. 3X3 85Kg Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) Vs Iwan Pang (Curacao)

WINNER Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco)  TKO Rd 2

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Yokkao 12 & 13 Results

Yokkao 12 & 13 had great match ups this weekend and from the sounds of it everyone that was at the event thoroughly enjoyed it. It's just too bad we had no way to watch it on TV or online, we will just have to patiently wait until they are uploaded to Youtube. The most surprising result for me is Sanny Dahlbeck's TKO win over Jordan Watson. I wasn't sure who was going to win that fight but I figured it would go the distance at least.

Results - YOKKAO 13

YOKKAO 65kgs World Title - Pakorn PKSaenchaimuaythaigym def. Liam Harrison via unanimous decision (-65kg)

Co-main event female fight - Bernise Alldis def. Tanya Merrit via unanimous decision (-57kg)

Keith McLachlan def. Paul Karpowicz via doctor’s stoppage in 2:11 of Round 3 (-59kg)

Steven Long def. John Kaufman via unanimous decision (-67.5kg)

Josh Turbill def. Jack Cooper via unanimous decision (-70kg)

Chris Whittle def. Ross George via unanimous decision (-61.5kg)

Wojtek Oleksyk def. Dale Hughes via unanimous decision (-65kg)

YOKKAO 12

Sanny Dahlbeck def. Jordan Watson via TKO (ref stoppage) in 2:50 of Rnd 4 (-70kg)

Karim Bennoui def. Darren O’Connor via majority decision (-61,5kg)

Stephen Meleady def. Chris Shaw via unanimous decision (-61kg)

Kyle Helleur def. Danny Harrison-Little via TKO (ref stoppage) in 1:26 of Rnd 3 (-64.5kg)

Myk Estlick def. Jack McGuire via unanimous decision (-63.5kg)

Kris Addis def. Jake Barton via KO (elbow) in Rnd 4 (-72.5kg)

Juan Cervantes def. Joe Newton unanimous decision (-77kg)

Jack Kennedy def. Harry Burton via unanimous decision (-65kg)

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FFC7 Results: Poturak Outpoints Munoz

Dzevad Poturak (C) FFC/Fight Channel

FFC has been on a roll for the past few years and if you are wondering why FFC 7 is happening now, sequentially quite out of order, the story is pretty cool. FFC had initially planned an event in Sarajevo but was forced to cancel it. They promised to return to hold FFC 7 and they did just that this weekend featuring a solid card headlined by Heavyweight standouts Dzevad Poturak and Frank Munoz. The once-retired Poturak proved himself still at the top of his game against the very tough Munoz, edging him out for a decision victory in the main event. 

As always, FFC events are both kickboxing and MMA events, so we've included both results.

FFC 7 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina,
March 13 2015, Skenderija Hall
MMA
Vladislav Genov def. Gergo Munczeberg - SUB (armbar), round 1 (2:16)
Darko Stošić def. Dyonisios Papadopoulos - KO (ground n' pound), round 1 (0:59)
Vladimir Prodanović def. Ivan Skoko – KO (ground n' pound), round 1 (1:55)
Adam Borics def. Marko Burušić – Unanimous decision
Laszlo Senyei def. Dawid Defort - KO (ground n' pound), round 3 (4:34)
Tomislav Spahović def. Kamen Georgiev - Unanimus decision
KB
Antonio Plazibat def. Bojan Džepina - KO, round 3 (2:14)
Strahinja Denić def. Dženan Poturak - KO (injury), round 1 (5:00)
Denis Marjanović def. Boban Krušić - KO, round 2 (5:00)
Igor Emkić def. Nikita Chub - Unanimous decision, after round 4
Tomislav Čikotić def. Elmir Mehić - Unanimous decision, after round 4
Dževad Poturak vs. Frank Munoz - Unanimous decision
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Enfusion Live 25 Results and Stream

Enfusion Live 25 is taking place right now! Check the stream http://www.enfusionlive.com/. If for some reason you cannot watch, we have you covered with live results.

Results

80kgs Title - Hicham El Gaoui def. Karapet Karapetyan by Dec.

70kgs - Nordin Ben Moh def. William Diender by KO Rd 1 (left hook to the liver)

70kgs - Harut Grigorian def. Marco Pique by Dec.

70kgs - Robbie Hageman def. Engin Kutuk by KO Rd 1 (right hook)

54kgs - Anissa Meksen def. Isis Verbeek by Dec.

70kgs - Youssef Challouki def. Sidy Barry by Dec.

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SuperKombat Romania Live Results and Stream

SuperKombat is taking place in Ploiesti, Romania as we speak, and they have all the Romanian stars on it. It is live on Eurosport and the THIS STREAM, and we will also have the Live Results here.

RESULTS

92kgs - Clyde Brunswijk def. Cristian Ristea by Unanimous Dec.

HW - D’Angelo Marshall def. Michal Wlazlo by TKO Rd 1 (4 knockdowns)

92kgs - Ibrahim Giydirir def. Cosmin Ionescu by Unanimous Dec.

92kgs - Bogdan Stoica  def. Zinedine Hameur-Lain by KO Rd 1 (overhand right)

71kgs - Amansio Paraschiv def. Julian Imeri by Unanimous Dec.

95kgs - Andrei Stoica  def. Marcello Adriaansz by Unanimous Dec.

HW - Benjamin Adegbuyi def. Daniel Lentie by Unanimous Dec.

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Enfusion Live 24 Results

Today in Eindhoven, The Netherlands Enfusion held their 24th event that featured a Heavyweight Championship between Ismael Lazaar and Thomas Vanneste. Lazaar walked out of the building still holding onto his championship and it was only a matter of when throughout the bout with Lazaar dominating most of the fight. The other fight of note was Mohammed Jaraya against Tayfun Ozcan, the action spilling over into an extra round before Jaraya walked away victorious.

The event can be caught on EnfusionLive.com if you missed it. Here are the results courtesy of Enfusion.

Enfusion Live #24, Eindhoven The Netherlands Saturday 07.02.2015.
1. 3X3
Melvin Wassing (Indonesia) Vs Mohammed Hamicha (Morocco)
Winner -- Mohammed Hamicha (Morocco)
Melvin Wassing retired after the first round
2. 3X3
Sheena Widdershoven(The Netherlands) Vs Marieke Post (The Netherlands)
Winner Points-- Marieke Post (The Netherlands)
3. 3X3
Dennis Stolzenbach (The Netherlands) Vs Jegish Yegoian (Armenia)
Winner Points-- Jegish Yegoian (Armenia)
4. 3X3
Kamil Jenel (Poland) Vs Khalid El Bakouri (Morocco)
Winner Points after a 4th Round-- Khalid El Bakouri (Morocco)
5. 3X3
Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco) Vs Tayfun Ozcan (Turkey)
Winner Extra fourth Round-- Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)
6. 5X3
Ismael Lazaar (Morocco) Vs Thomas Vanneste (Belgium)
Heavyweight
Enfusion World Title
Winner and still the Enfusion Heavyweight Champion--Ismael Lazaar (Morocco)
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One Shot World Series 4 Results and Videos

One Shot World Series decided to do a show on Christmas day in Antalaya, Turkey. It was great to see Nieky Holzken back to kickboxing after his car accident. He had 2 pro boxing fights which he won by KO, and squeezed in this kickboxing fight before the end of 2014. Patrice Quarteron got to actually fight this time and even though he got a point deduction from the ref he managed to win the decision.

Results

Nieky Holzken (Holland) def. Yusuf Karakaya (Turkey) By TKO in Round 1

Patrice Quarteron (France) def. Zamiq Atakisiyev (Azerbaijan) By Decision

Erkan Varol (Turkey) def. Reyad Hamza (Egypt) By Decision

Adem Bozkart (Turkey) def. William Diender (Holland) By Decision

Mecit Can Sormaz (Turkey) def. Faith Aydin (Turkey) By Decision

Yahya Alemdach (Turkey) Marouan Toutouh (Morocco) By Decision

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Enfusion Live #23 Stream and Results

Enfusion Live #23 is live now at http://www.enfusionlive.com/ here are results as they happen.

1. Ibrahim El Boustati Def. Khalid El Bakoun

2. Edvin Kibus  Def. Yassin Baitar 

3. Iman Barlow Def. Soraya Haurissa by Unanimous Dec

4. Tayfun Ozcan Def. Ismael Benali by KO Rd 2 (left hook to the liver)

5. Nordin Ben Moh Def. Mohamed Souane by Unanimous Dec.

6. Enfusion World Title Fight - Ilias Bulaid Def. Zahid Zairov by KO Rd 2 (left knee to the chin)

 

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Fight Night Hungary Recap

This time not only the fighters but the promotion itself had a challenge ahead as Fight Night Hungary has tried a new, bigger location. Even though promoters try to pick great venues and put solid cards together success in this business is never guaranteed. The new location with its 1200m2 size is truly a challenge for anyone in Hungary to be filled. But Fight Night Hungary has pulled it off! The event was packed and the people in attendance have truly seen some glimpse from the glorious past when big names and shows have visited this part of Europe.

Fight Night Hungary had great fights, a fantastic atmosphere and fired up fans. Finally a show where everything was in place - visuals, timing, sound and most important: the fights themselves. Fight Night Hungary has set the bar high for forthcoming events.

The show started with four solid Muay Thai bouts which all helped to get everyone even more fired up for the main card. The K-1 bouts have also seen back and forth wars, knockdowns and an unfortunate doctor's stoppage before we got to the co-main event.

In the co-main event two of the best, most well-known and highly respected fighters, Tamás Birics (WFMC European Champion) and Gábor Görbics (World Combat Games winner, WAKO full-contact European Champion) have collided once again. First time they've fought Görbics won a close decision and some years have passed before the rematch could've been put together. Needless to say this fight was highly anticipated amongst the Hungarian fight fans!

Görbics seemed to be more relaxed in the opening rounds while Birics tried to take control and dictate the pace by moving forward and attempting to being the aggressor. Görbics seemed to have the edge and landed more shots while utilizing his full arsenal: spinning techniques, feints, attacking and retreating in angles. He was really fluid  in both the attacks and chaining everything together.

While it was Görbics who seemed to get the better of the exchanges while moving around and using the angles, toe to toe Birics had successful attempts of takig over, moving his opponent to the ropes, utilizing thunderous leg kicks. Birics has a background and is competing usually in Muay Thai and from the outside he seemed to be missing a few key techniques which he couldn't use due to the restrictions of the different ruleset he used to.

The fifth and final round have started with some huge shots although it was very clear from the beginning that none of the guys wanted to leave it up to the judges this time. Although there was no finish fans got a beautiful, intense fight that put us all on the edge of our seats. Görbics Gábor won a majority decision and have beaten Tamás Birics for a second time.

The fans could not wait any more for the last fight to happen. When Antoine Habash hit the ramp for his entry most of the crowd stood up chanting his name and clapping for him. He took the stage a storm. Tihomir Mitev has stepped into the lion's den.

The first round have seen Antoine landing some good straight just to measure things up and then taking control shortly thereafter. He became more and more confident and rightfully so as Mitev's head turned red and got a bloody nose from all the shots he has taken. At the end of round two Mitev got saved by the bell only. Most of the audience had anticipated something that it has to be over in the next round. And then it happened... After some exchange Antoine has finished a combination with a brutal knee that landed flush on Mitev's chin and the champ fell under the ropes. He was out cold. The crowd has erupted! Standing ovation, clapping everywhere and the new champ has jumped on the ropes to thank everyone. Habash Antoine is the new WKN European Champion and as he promised the belt stays in Hungary!

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