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Cro Cop Final Fight Live Results

Cro Cop Final Fight goes down in Zagreb, Croatia today featuring Mirko Cro Cop taking on Ray Sefo in the main event. The entire card is stacked and features the likes of Daniel Ghita, Sahak Parparyan, Igor Jurkovic and more. We'll be providing live results right from the start and remember, this is not a play by play. If you don't know how to watch, there are a few options. In the US, you can watch on Fight Now TV or order the PPV on Direct TV. If neither of those options are available to you, you can order the PPV online on Ustream here. In Canada, you can watch on The Fight Network. In Romania, it's on Digisport 2. The event starts at 1PM EST/10AM PST. I'll be providing updates on Twitter at @rianscalia.

Miran Fabjan def. Ivan Posavec by unanimous decision.

Sahak Parparyan def. Toni Milanovic by decision.

Michael Duut def. Stefan Jelic by unanimous decision.

Agron Preteni wins by majority decision.

Mladen Kujundzic wins by decision in an extra round.

Mladen Brestovac wins by TKO (Injury) in Round 1.

Igor Jurkovic wins by majority decision in an extra round.

Daniel Ghita wins by TKO (Head Kick) in Round 3.

Mirko Cro Cop def. Ray Sefo by decision.

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SuperKombat 2012 World Grand Prix I: Montenegro Live Results

SuperKombat is having their first show of the year today in Podgorica, Montenegro. It's also the first of their 2012 World Grand Prix series, which will have four World Grand Prix qualifying tournaments, with the winners fighting at the Final 8 later in the year with last year's tournament winners.

Among fighters featured on the card are Anderson "Braddock" Silva, Catalin Morosanu, Andrei Stoica, Ismael Londt and Frank Munoz. You can see the full fight card here.

Reserve: Brian Douwes def. Dzevad Poturak by TKO, Round 3

Semi-Final: Anderson Silva def. Nicolaj Falin by Unanimous Decision.

Semi-Final: Catalin Morosanu def. Utley Meriana by KO (Left High Kick), Round 2

Raul Catinas def. Yuksel Ayadin by Unanimous Decision.

Andrei Stoica def. Redouan Cairo by decision.

Ismael Londt def. Vladimir Toktasynov by TKO (Punches), Round 1

Goran Radonjic def. Frank Munoz by decision.

Final: Catalin Morosanu def. Anderson "Braddock" Silva by Unanimous Decision.

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Tatneft Cup 1st Stage 3rd Selection Results

The 2012 Tatneft Cup continued its action in its home of Kazan, Russia today, hosting the third series of qualifying fights of the first stage. As usual, there were six fights, with two at 70kg, two at 80kg and two at Heavyweight.

Starting off with 70kg, the first fight pitted Sergey Kulyaba of Ukraine against Alexei Dodonov of Russia. Kulyaba took a decision in an extra fourth round. Amadou Ba of France took on Namkabuan Lek of Thailand. Namkabuan Lek also won a decision over four rounds.

At 80kg, The Polish-Belarussian fighter Stanislaw Zaniewski was up against Miran Fabjan of Slovenia. The fight went to an extra round where Zaniewski knocked Fabjan down to take the fight. It's not clear if Miran was stopped or just lost the round because of the knockdown. In the other 80kg fight, our #6 ranked Light Heavyweight Alexander Stetsurenko took a decision over Tadas Jonkus, also in an extra round.

At heavyweight, Tomsz Sarara met Zentai Mate. Sarara won by knockout and advanced to the next stage. In an upset, last year's Tatneft Cup champion, Hicham Achalhi, was beaten by Yassin Bouanan. Bouanen knocked Achalhi down in the third round and again, it's not clear if he stopped Achalhi or if the fight went to decision. Click "Read More" to see quick results.

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Thai Boxe Mania Results: Kyshenko Wins, Bessmertny KOs Drago With Head Kick

Thai Boxe Mania held its annual event in Turin, Italy yesterday and some notable fighters fought, including Artur Kyshenko. Kyshenko will be fighting Giorgio Petrosyan on March 24 in Milan, so this was a good introduction to the Italian crowd before that fight.

Artur Kyshenko fought Roberto Cocco at 75kg and took home a dominant decision win. Cocco came out guns blazing but it didn't phase Kyshenko at all. Kyshenko took over for the rest of the fight after about the first minute. Dropping Cocco with a spinning backfist in the second, he followed up by swarming Cocco with heavy punches to force a standing count. Kyshenko seemed a bit wild but his shots were really heavy and Cocco had no answer. It was a good warm up for the fight against Giorgio Petrosyan.

Winner of Fight Code's 2011 72.5kg tournament, Yury Bessmertny fought the popular K-1 star Gago Drago. Drago had lost six in a row prior to this fight and it was pretty much the same as his last six fights for him. Bessmertny stifled most of Drago's attempts at offense by moving around the ring and striking. Drago had nothing effective going for him. In the third Bessmertny hit Drago with a head kick that ended his night, sending him faceplanting straight to the canvas.

One of the best prospects in all of kickfighting, Chingiz Allazov dominated the tough veteran Erkan Varol to win a decision. Varol had nothing for Allazov, who kept the fight to his liking with his height and measure of distance. Allazov battered Varol with low kicks and body punches for the whole fight. I think it's time for a big step up in competition for Allazov. This was a step up in competition for him, but it's apparent that he's just on another level.

Full results below:

-75kg: Artur Kyshenko def. Roberto Cocco by decision.

-72.5kg: Yury Bessmertny def. Gago Drago by KO (Head Kick) in Round 3

-67kg: Chingiz Allazov def. Erkan Varol by decision.

-72.5kg: Fabio Sicilliani and Sharos Huyer fight to a draw.

-70kg: Filippo Solheid def. Filip Rzadek

-72.5kg: Paolo Fiorio def. Alexandru Popescu

-72.5kg: Filip Hryeniewicki def. Francesco Palermo by decision in an extra round.

-58.5kg: Patrick Carta def. Ivano Saviero

Oktagon Selection Finals:

HW: Davide Longoni def. Luca Panto by decision in an extra round.

-85kg: Davide Mosca def. Rocco Simoncini by KO in Round 2.

-72.5kg: Mustapha Haida def. Marco Re by decision in an extra round.

-70kg: Iulian Imeri def. Christian Zahe

-65kg: Adi Petrisor Catana def. Shan Cangelosi

Veronica Vernocchi def. Donatella Panu

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It's Showtime: Badr Hari vs. Gokhan Saki Live Results

It's Showtime's massive event headlined by Badr Hari vs. Gokhan Saki is going down today in Leeuwarde, Netherlands and we've got you covered here. The event also features the likes of Daniel Ghita vs. Hesdy Gerges in a rematch for the It's Showtime World Heavyweight Title and Tyrone Spong vs. Melvin Manhoef along with nine other great fights featuring some of the top names in kickboxing.The full fight card can be seen here.

We'll update after every fight with results. Note that this isn't a play by play. If you want play by play, follow me on Twitter at @rianscalia.

Hafid el Boustati vs. Henri van Opstal

Hafid el Boustati wins by unanimous decision.

Hinata Watanabe vs. Andy Ristie

Andy Ristie wins by KO in Round 1.

Sahak Parparyan vs. Mourad Bouzidi

Sahak Parparyan wins by majority decision (4-1).

Ben Edwards vs. Ricardo van den Bos

Ben Edwards wins by unanimous decision.

Yohan Lidon vs. L'houcine "Aussie" Ouzgni (It's Showtime World Title 73kg MAX)

L'houcine "Aussie" Ouzgni wins by unanimous decision.

Tyrone Spong vs. Melvin Manhoef

Tyrone Spong wins by unanimous decision.

Michael Duut vs. Anderson "Braddock" Silva

Anderson "Braddock" Silva wins by unanimous decision.

Chris Ngimbi vs. Harut Grigorian

Harut Grigorian wins by TKO (Cut) in Round 2.

Errol Zimmerman vs. Rico Verhoeven

Errol Zimmerman wins by KO in Round 1.

Robin van Roosmalen vs. Murat Direkci

Robin van Roosmalen wins by majority decision (4-1).

Hesdy Gerges vs. Daniel Ghita (It's Showtime World Heavyweight Title)

Daniel Ghita wins by KO (Left Hook) in Round 1.

Badr Hari vs. Gokhan Saki

Badr Hari wins by KO (Uppercut) in Round 1.

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Tatneft Cup 2012 1st Stage 2nd Selection Results

Fighters took to the ring at the Tatneft Arena in Kazan, Russia for the second selection of the first stage of the 2012 Tatneft Cup. Winners will move on and join the winners from the first selection that took place on December 17, at the second stage (quarter finals). In total four selection events will be held in the first stage.

A few changes were made to the card, as the two Portuguese fighters, Bruno Carvalho and Luis Morais were unable to acquire a visa. Valeriy Podoyakhin was substituted in for Bruno Carvalho to face Enriko Gogokhia at -70kg and Oleg Zablodskiy stepped in for Luis Morais to face Dmitry Bezus at Heavyweight. Neither had any success though, as Gogokhia knocked out Podoyakhin in the third round and Bezus stopped Zablodskiy in the first. Gogokhia and Bezus are veterans of the Tatneft Cup, with Bezus losing in the final last year to Hicham Achalhi.

Two Japanese fighters, Masakazu Watanabe and Tsutomu Takahagi made the long trip to Kazan but were both unsuccesful. Watanabe, the Krush veteran, dropped a unanimous decision to Edvin Erik Kibus of Estonia at -70kg. Takahagi, competing at heavyweight, was knocked out in the second round by Tsotne Rogava, a fighter from Ukraine who is only 18 years old and has already fought the likes of Ismael Londt and Stefan Leko. 

In the -80kg division, possibly the best division in the Tatneft Cup, Vitaly Nikiforov  of Ukraine took a unanimous decision over Rain Karkinen of Estonia. Nikiforov's win put Ukraine at 3-0 for the event. One time It's Showtime fighter Errol Koning of Holland defeated Omar Amrani of Germany when Amrani gave up in the fourth round.

Be on the lookout for more Tatneft Cup content, as we have an interview with the organizers coming up shortly. Quick results below.

70kg: Enriko Gogokhia def. Valeriy Podoyakhin by KO in Round 3.

70kg: Edvin-Erik Kibus def. Masakazu Watanabe by unanimous decision.

80kg: Errol Koning def. Omar Amrani by TKO (Gave Up) in Round 4.

80kg: Vitaly Nikiforov def. Rain Karkinen by unanimous decision.

Heavyweight: Tsotne Rogava def. Tsutomu Takahagi by KO in Round 2.

Heavyweight: Dmitry Bezus def. Oleg Zablodskiy by KO (Liver Shot) in Round 1.

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Yokkao Extreme Results: Giorgio Petrosyan & Buakaw Win, Saenchai Upset By Pinca

Yokkao Extreme took place in Milan, Italy today and despite the lack of means to watch the event, results are out. Among match-ups featured on the card were Buakaw Por. Pramuk vs. Dzhabar Askerov in the main event, Giorgio Petrosyan vs. Abraham Roqueni and Saenchai vs. Fabio Pinca. 

Not surprisingly, Buakaw Por. Pramuk defeated Dzhabar Askerov for the second time. Giorgio Petrosyan took what people are saying was a clear decision over Abraham Roqueni. In a bit of an upset, Fabio Pinca defeated Saenchai by decision. Saenchai was not the overwhelming favorite because of the big weight difference, but many expected him to win. This is the first time Saenchai has ever lost to a farang (Non Thai).

We can only work with what we have here officially from Yokkao, so many results are not complete but we do have the winner of each fight at least. We'll update these results with more details when they get out.

K-1/-70kg: Buakaw Por. Pramuk def. Dzhabar Askerov by decision.

K-1/-70kg: Giorgio Petrosyan def. Abraham Roqueni by decision.

MT/-70kg: Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee def. Marco Pique

MT/-66kg: Fabio Pinca def. Saenchai by decision.

K-1/-72.5kg: Armen Petrosyan def. Djime Coulibaly by KO in Round 2

K-1/-71kg: Cedric Muller def. Bruno Franchi

MT/-60kg: Pajonsuk Por. Pramuk and Karim Bennoui fight to a draw

MT/-65kg: Imwiset Pornnarai def. Angelo Campoli

MT/-70kg: Ekapop Sor Klinmee def. Esteban Maza

MT/-70kg: Alessandro Campagna def. Corrado Zanchi

MT/-48kg: Silvia La Notte def. Arianna Santos

MT/-81kg: Vanni Fae def. Lelio Ramunni

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It's Showtime Champ Sahak Parparyan Defeats Hakan Aksoy in Eindhoven

Yesterday in Eindhoven, Holland, Fightsensation II took place and it featured a lot of up and coming Dutch-based fighters along with a fight between two of the higher-ups at the weight around 85kg.

The It's Showtime World Champion at 85kg, Sahak Parparyan, met Hakan Aksoy. Parparyan was coming off a bit of a layoff, as he was scheduled to fight in September against Vjekoslav Bajic but couldn't due to an injury sustained. Sahak's last recorded win was against Moises Ruibal on June 18, but he did win two fights on the third season of Enfusion in August. Aksoy defeated Bogdan Stoica in July, although Stoica lost due to an injury sustained. Sahak took a decision over Aksoy, further cementing himself as one of the top at 85kg. From all the accounts I've heard, Sahak looked really good and the only thing that held Aksoy up was his incredible chin. Sahak has really come into his own since permanently fighting around 85kg and not hanging around higher weights.

It should be interesting to see what's next for Sahak, but for now the only thing set for him is the finals of Enfusion which are supposed to take place some time in April in Holland. He's apparently fighting the Slovenian fighter Franci Grajs in the semi-final of the one night final tournament.

Full results of the A Class fights on the card below:

Sahak Parparyan def. Hakan Aksoy by decision.

Ilias El Hajoui def. Martin Benton by TKO.

Morena Jansen def. Abdel Imkech by decision.

Dennis Stolzenbach def. Michel Andrade by KO.

Jan Pruimenboom and Buray Buzaryilmaz fight to a Draw.

Robbie Hageman def. Twan Aarts by decision.

Fikri Ameziane def. Schacht by decision.

Jafhar Wilnis def. Ralph Blewanus by TKO (Doctor Stoppage).

 

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Ondrej Hutnik Wins Enfusion -95kg Season

The Enfusion -95kg season has finally come to an end in Prague, Czech Republic yesterday. The season consisted of a men's tournament at -95kg and a women's tournament at -63.5 kg. The final four competitors in the men's bracket were Ondrej Hutnik, Mohamed Boubkari, Frank Munoz and Wendell Roche. For the women, Julie Kitchen, Alaide Lawant, Hannah Mjoberg and Maria Bastasin were left.

Ondrej Hutnik was matched up with Mohamed Boubkari in the first semi-final and in the second, Frank Munoz went against Wendell Roche. Hutnik and Munoz both advanced by way of unanimous decision to meet in the finals. Hutnik took a unanimous decision over Munoz in the final to win the one night tournament and the Enfusion -95kg season. Ondrej Hutnik has quietly risen to the top of the -95kg weight range, just a few years after competing at 86kg, and 75kg before that. He's really excelled at this weight, winning all six of his fights in 2011. I'd definitely like to see him get a shot at Danyo Ilunga for the It's Showtime title at the weight.

For the women's bracket, Julie Kitchen was matched up with Maria Bastasin and Alaide Lawant took on Hannah Mjoberg. In quite an upset, Maria Bastasin forced a referee stoppage over Kitchen in the first round to advance to the finals. Alaide Lawant scored a unanimous decision over Hannah Mjoberg to meet Bastasin in the finals. Lawant ended up taking a unanimous decision over Bastasin to win the entire season.

MPL and It's Showtime veteran Tomas Hron knocked out Fatih Cam in the second round, rebounding from a KO loss to Nathan Corbertt in September. Full results below:

K-1 Rules (3x3)

Enfusion Men's -95kg Final: Ondrej Hutnik def. Frank Munoz by unanimous decision.

Enfusion Men's -95kg Semi-Final #2: Frank Munoz def. Wendell Roche by unanimous decision.

Enfusion Men's -95kg Semi-Final #1: Ondrej Hutnik def. Mohamed Boubkari by unanimous decision.

Enfusion Women's -63.5kg Final: Alaide Lawant def. Maria Bastasin by unanimous decision.

Enfusion Women's -63.5kg Semi-Final #2: Alaide Lawant def. Hannah Mjoberg by unanimous decision.

Enfusion Women's -63.5kg Semi-Final #1: Maria Bastasin def. Julie Kitchen by TKO (Ref Stoppage) in Round 1.

-96kg: Tomas Hron def. Fatih Cam by KO in Round 2.

-86.2kg: Miroslav Cingel def. Jiri Kopecny by KO in Round 2.

-91kg: Daniel Skvor def. Radim Kusnirak by KO in Round 1.

Muay Thai (5x3)

-73kg: Jiri Apeltauer def. Fahid Maoroun by split decision.

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Fight Code Dragons Finals Live Results

Fight Code is holding their final event of the year in Debrecen, Hungary and it features the final of the Dragons (-72.5kg) tournament. Four fighters remain and they will battle it out in a one night, four man tournament for the prize of $80 000. Abdallah Mabel, Yury Bessmertny, Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee and Norbert Balogh remain, all having advanced here through the Dragons tournament.

The card starts at 3:30 PM EST. You can watch it on www.livefightcode.tv. All you have to do is register and you can watch a very good stream, free of charge.

Semi Final #1: Yury Bessmertny vs. Norbert Balogh

Yury Bessmertny wins by unanimous decision. Bessmertny dropped Balogh in the first and third.

Semi Final #2: Abdallah Mabel vs. Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee

Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee wins by unanimous decision.

Thomas Carducci vs. Laszlo Szabo

Laszlo Szabo wins by decision in an extra round. Bullshit homeotwn decision, shouldn't have gone to an extra round.

Hani Khalil vs. Mirko Kulacsic

Hani Khalil wins by unanimous decision.

Ahmed Said vs. Gabor Gorbics

Gabor Gorbics wins by decision.

Final: Yury Bessmertny vs. Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee

Yury Bessmertny wins by decision. Sudsakorn looked pretty bad and fought really dumb.

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