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King in the Ring 8-man Cruiserweight Tournament Stream and Live Results

The King in the Ring 8-man Cruiserweight tournament will be starting in just a few hours at 12:00AM PST/ 3:00AM CST. If anyone is interested in watching live it will be streamed on their site Otherwise if you feel like just staying up all night I will be posting Live Results and Tweeting @JayJauncey

Full Results

86kgs Tournament

Final - Israel Adesanya def. Pati Afoa (Simon Maait Injured) by TKO Rd 1 (head kick)

Semi-Final - Israel Adesanya def. Mark Timms by KO Rd 2 (left knee to the body)

Semi-Final - Simon Maait def. Zane Hopman by Unanimous Dec

Quarter final - Mark Timms def. Pati Afoa by Unanimous Dec EX Rd.

Quarter final - Israel Adesanya def. Kim Loudon by TKO Rd 3 (ref stoppage)

Quarter final - Simon Maait def. Zack Fatamaka by Unanimous Dec

Quarter final - Zane Hopman  def. Kurt Pegoraro by Unanimous Dec


Middleweight - Mike “Blood” Diamond def. “Dirty” Sanchez by TKO Rd 2 (Referee Stoppage)

Lightweight - Sone ‘Arch Angel’ Vannathy def. Pumipi ‘Caezar’ Ngaronoa by TKO Rd 2 (referee stoppage)

Heavyweight - Nato ‘Hard Knox’ Laauli  def. Pane ‘The Punisher’ Haraki by Unanimous Dec

Middleweight - Chris ‘Cobra’ Eades def. Jordan ‘Sniper’ Syme by Unanimous Dec



Knees of Fury 50 Results

Knees of Fury 50 took place last night at the Thebarton Theatre in Adelaide, Australia. Since the event was not televised anywhere and I know how popular Israel Adesanya is, here are the results until some videos come up online.

Full Results

Israel Adesanya def Kim Loudon via R3 TKO (ref waived off fight)

Steve Behan def Zack Fatamaka via R3 KO (Knee to head)

Petchtawan def Kosta Masmanadis via Unan Dec

Sebastian Holmes def Jason Altmann via R3 KO (Uppercut)

Jordan Fielding def Ashley Ryding via R3 KO (Jumping downwards elbow)

Carly Gangell def TeHuia Tana via Unan Dec

Dimitri Petridis def Josh Braithwaite via Unan Dec

Jordy Bargallie def Shaun Dawson via R2 KO (Head Kick)

Tina Sougleris def Jacinda Claridge via Unan Dec

Steve Birchall def Dylan Sariovski via Unan Dec

Sarah Kate def Alex Wellington via Split Dec

Kyle Searle def James Coleman via Unan Dec



CMT 5 Live Results

CMT5 is taking place right now on www.GFL.TV there is still time to order if you feel like staying up all night with us. If not the results will still be here for you in the morning.


Yohan Lidon vs. Michael "Bad Ass" Badato - Michael Badato Wins by KO Rd 3 (overhand right)


Danial "Mini T" Williams vs. Andy "Punisher" Howson - Danial Williams Wins by Decision

Tony "Disco" Manoharan vs. Cain "Insane" Brunton -  Cain Brunton Wins By KO Rd 4 (3 knockdowns)

Taylor "Hellraiser" Harvey vs. Rhys "Lightning" Windysport - Taylor Harvey Wins by Decision

Grant "Bomber" Millwood vs. Jono "Crazy Nut" Almond - Grant Millwood Wins by KO Rd 1 (right hand)

Nick "Nightmare" Atkins vs. Rob Ferguson - Nick Atkins Wins by KO Rd 1 (elbow)

Junior Tafa Milo vs. Aaron "Bubba" Cannings - Junior Tafa Milo Wins by KO Rd 3 (hand combinations)

Cyril "Cast Iron" Currie vs Bohdi "Stikos" Mckenzie - Cyril Currie Wins by KO Rd 2 (3 knockdowns all by right hand)

Adrian Ormrod vs. Allan Burt - Adrian Ormrod Wins by TKO Rd 1 (Doc stoppage due to cut from elbow)



Israel Adesanya wins King in the Ring Tournament and Video

The King of the Ring 86 kgs K-1 Rules 8-man tournament took place this weekend in Auckland, New Zealand. The Show was aired Live on Fuel TV Australia and Sky Sport 4 New Zealand. After a very entertaining night of fights and lots of knockouts Israel "The Last Stylebender" Adesanya went home with the belt and an over sized Cheque for $10,000 by earning 1 unanimous decision and 2 knockout wins. We have been lucky enough to receive a small video of one of Adesanya's knockouts.

Full Results

Tournament Final: Israel Adesanya def. Jamie Eades (KO Round 1)

Tournament Semi-Final: Israel Adesanya def. Pati Afoa (KO)

Tournament Semi-Final: Jamie Eades def. Ty Williams

Tournament Quarter Final: Ty Williams def. Andrew Banham (KO Round 1)

Tournament Quarter Final: Jamie Eades def. Zane Hopman (Majority Decision)

Tournament Quarter Final: Israel Adesanya def. Slava Alexeichik (Unanimous Decision)

Tournament Quarter Final: Pati Afoa def. Zack Fatamaka (Split Decision)

Super Fight: Hamad Alloush def. Tafa Misipati  (TKO Round 2)

Super Fight: Antz Nansen def. Alofa Solitua (TKO Round 3)




Nathan Corbett Back in the Win Column This Weekend

Nathan Corbett

When Nathan "Carnage" Corbett made his GLORY debut at GLORY 11 Chicago against Tyrone Spong there were high hopes among seasoned Kickboxing and Muay Thai fans as Nathan Corbett has been tearing up opponents at Light Heavyweight for years now, but mostly in Australia. He's been the guy that everyone has wanted to switch over to Kickboxing for years, but honestly, his few stints into Heavyweight Kickboxing didn't bear fruit. With GLORY promoting more weight classes it seemed like a perfect fit, the only problem was he ran into Tyrone Spong in the prime of his fighting career and things didn't work out for him.

Carnage came back with a vengeance this weekend at Total Carnage IV from Gold Coast where he met Henriques Zowa from the Netherlands. How did it go? Well, it's Carnage and he's allowed to throw elbows. Carnage scored a stoppage via an elbow strike in the second round.


Ben Edwards Bests Catalin Morosanu in Australia


This weekend might have been a bit slow when it comes to Kickboxing news, but in Australia there was a battle between two big name Heavyweights by the way of Catalin Morosanu from Romania squaring off against Australia's own Ben Edwards. The two were competing for the Kings of Kombat Heavyweight Championship, but I think most importantly, for standing in the Heavyweight division across the world. Morosanu has been trying to make his way into the elite for a while now, somewhere that Edwards has had experience.

It turned into a slugfest early on, according to reports that we've received, with Morosanu fighting the way that we all know he fights; heavy hands, looking for the knockout blow. Edwards, on the other hand, who hasn't always been known as a technician, fought a smarter fight by going after Morosanu's legs throughout the bout. Morosanu was focused on knocking Ben's head off, which meant that he was not of the mind to check the leg kicks, which was his undoing when it came time for the judges to deliberate.

Edwards won the Majority decision over Morosanu, but it sounds like it was a very entertaining and exciting fight.


Photo of the Day: John Wayne Parr Victorious Over Marco Pique at CMT 3

John Wayne Parr

Most of you know John Wayne Parr, lovingly known as JWP, as he has fought all over the world and fought some of the best in the world. He very briefly retired before becoming enamored with the idea of fighting inside of a cage with MMA gloves on. No, that doesn't mean that he's been fighting MMA, but he's come up with his own concept of "Caged Muay Thai," which he has fought in twice now. This was the third Boonchu Cup: Caged Muay Thai event, though, this time Parr fought the very tough Marco Pique. The two went all five rounds with Parr taking a tough decision victory.


Nathan Corbett Gets Quick KO Win at Total Carnage 3

Total Carnage 3 took place yesterday once again in Gold Coast, Australia with Nathan "Carnage" Corbett in the main event, taking on Poland's Kamil Sokolowski.

The fight was almost over before it even started, and was all Corbett. Just seconds into the fight, Sokolowski came at Corbett with punches but got countered with a few knees and then got dropped with a right elbow. Sokolowski couldn't get up and the fight was over just like that.

Also on the card was Michael "Tomahawk" Thompson, who fought another Polish fighter, Tomasz Makowski. The fight was heating up nicely in the first round before Makowski seemed to have broken his leg and was unable to continue, giving Thompson the TKO win. (Video)


Steve Moxon Wins In Australia

Steve Moxon returned to the ring today in Melbourne, Australia at Brute Force 21, after his fight last month against Fadi Merza was cancelled.

Moxon faced Giannis Mixalopoulos, a fighter who came all the way from Greece, and also who is fighting at the K-1 MAX Final in Greece next month. Moxon cruised to a unanimous decision victory, dropping Mixalopoulos in the third round.

For Moxon, he has one fight left on the year, taking place at Kings of Kombat 8 in Australia on December 8. From the sounds of it, he'll face Mostafa Abdollahi there.

Moxon signed with GLORY this year and will make his debut for the promotion in 2013.


Nathan "Carnage" Corbett Wins Decision Over Steve McKinnon In Rematch

Total Carnage II went down today in Gold Coast, Australia and featured a massive rematch between two of the world's best -95kg fighters under Muay Thai rules, Nathan "Carnage" Corbett and Steve McKinnon. The two met back in 2006 where Corbett won via controversial cut stoppage and the rematch has been a long time coming.

Corbett won again, this time getting the unanimous decision in a fight that everyone in Australia is saying lived up to the hype and then some. The fight apparently went at a torrid pace for heavyweights, with Corbett having the edge throughout most of the fight, being the agressor.

Also on the card, LiverKick #7 ranked middleweight Frank Giorgi took on late replacement, Rhyse Saliba, who stepped in for Nonsai. Giorgi controlled the whole fight and Rhyse didn't have much for him. Giorgi ended up winning a clear cut unanimous decision.

Michael "Tomahawk" Thompson took on the Thai fighter Kampan Santaweesok in what was by all accounts a very close fight. Kampan landed with hard kicks to the body and arms while Thompson landed most of his offense with punches. In the end, Thompson got the decision although I've seen people say that it should've gone Kampan's way.

Dane "Daddy Kool" Beauchamp rematched Joe Concha, who replaced Flip Street. Concha stopped Beauchamp back in February in a fight that Dane was winning right up until the final seconds of the last round. After a feeling out process in the first round, Concha once again stopped Beauchamp with an elbow, this time in the second round. Full results below:

Nathan "Carnage" Corbett def. Steve McKinnon by unanimous decision.

Frank Giorgi def. Rhyse Saliba by unanimous decision.

Michael "Tomahawk" Thompson def. Kampan Santaweesok by decision.

Joe Concha def. Dane "Daddy Kool" Beauchamp by KO (Elbow) in Round 2.

Michael Badato def. Mark Lucchiari by TKO (Punches/Elbows) in Round 2.

Elliot Compton def. Mark Staiti by TKO (Referee Stoppage) in the corner after Round 3.

Henare Redden def. Paymaan Shahrokhey by unanimous decision.

Grant Sims def. Dave McDonald by unanimous decision. 

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