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Kun Lun Fight 7 Results

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The Kun Lun 7 fight card in China was quite a strange event. First of all the music, seems they had their own song made which they played about 100 times during the show, now I can't stop saying "KUN LUN FIGHTS!" Secondly the results, lots of upsets and no finishes, every fight was a decision, and leaving your fight in the Chinese judges hands is the last thing you want to do. Also there was supposed to be a female MMA fight and I have no idea what happened but they both got in the ring, spoke on the mic, cried, hugged and left the ring without fighting. (wish I could understand Chinese)


Andy Souwer (Holland) vs. Mustapha Haida (Morocco) - Mustapha Haida wins extra Rd Decision

Fukai Jiao (China) vs. Chris Ngimbi (Kongo) - Fukai Jiao wins Decision

Aikpracha Meenayothin (Thailand) vs. Roman Mailov (Ukraine) - Aikpracha Meenayothin wins Decision

Edvin Erik Kibus (Estonia) vs. Victor Nagbe (Australia) - Victor Nagbe wins Decision

Zheng Zhaoyu (China) vs. Tomoyuki Nishikawa (Japan) -  Tomoyuki Nishikawa wins decision

Dylan Salvador (France) vs. Eisa Alamdar (Iran) - Dylan Salvador wins Decision

Li Zikai (China) vs. Artem Pashporin (Russia) - Artem Pashporin wins Decision

Feng Xingli (China) vs. Sergei Zuev (Belarus) - Sergei Zuev wins Decision

Burneng (Thailand) vs. Kaihu Han (China) - Burneng wins Decision

(MMA fight) Honggang Yao (China) vs. Munkhbayer Jadambaa (Mongolia) - Honggang Yao wins Rear Naked Choke Round 1


Watch Chris Ngimbi Take to the Air From It's Showtime Lyon

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It's Showtime Lyon is in the books now, with Badr Hari officially back in action against a less-than-game Gregory Tony, disappointing some, but doing as expected and taking out Tony within the first round. In a night that was largely filled by bigger names against up-and-comers there were a few big knockouts and TKO victories, but one of them really sticks out, and that is Chris Ngimbi and Will Borrel's scrap at 70kg.

Chris Ngimbi is hilariously underrated in the 70kg weight class, mainly because the bigger names have all competed for K-1 MAX and Ngimbi has not, but that does not mean that he is a slouch. He is It's Showtime's 70kg Champion and will actually be fighting Giorgio Petrosyan soon, as was announced on the broadcast tonight. Many fans enjoyed Remy Bonjasky's style of fighting for his flying kicks, and Chris Ngimbi showed in this fight against Willy Borrel that he is not afraid to take to the air and throw a flying knee when it's open. This was without a doubt the KO of the night. [source]


Kun Lun Fight 7 Live stream Featuring Andy Souwer and Chris Ngimbi

  • Published in Kickboxing

Kun Lun Fight 7 will be taking place today in china a few hours from now, the card includes Andy Souwer, Chris Ngimbi, and Aikpracha Meenayothin to name a few. This card is part of a 70kg K-! rules tournament that takes place over multiple cards throughout the year. There should be a Live Stream Here OR HERE.

Fight Card

Andy Souwer (Holland) vs. Mustapha Haida (Morocco)

Jiao Fukai (China) vs. Chris Ngimbi (Kongo)

Aikpracha Meenayothin (Thailand) vs. Roman Mailov (Ukraine)

Edvin Erik Kibus (Estonia) vs. Victor Nagbe (Australia) 

Zheng Zhaoyu (China) vs. Tomoyuki Nishikawa (Japan) 

Dylan Salvador (France) vs. Seyedisa Alamdarnezam (Iran)

Li Zikai (China) vs. Artem Pashporin (Russia)

Feng Xingli (China) vs. Sergei Zuev (Belarus)



Watch Murat Direcki vs. Chris Ngimbi From It's Showtime!! 44

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Kickboxing is like MMA in a way, where there are results that are disputed by fans when it comes to close fights. This past weekend's It's Showtime!! event flew under the radar due to falling on the same weekend as the K-1 World Grand Prix, but that doesn't mean that it did not have its share of exciting action. It's Showtime's 70kgs championship was on the line as Murat Direcki defending the title against Chris Ngimbi in the main event. It was a close bout, seeing Ngimbi pulling out the decision victory, but many fans, as well as the announce team, feel that Direcki deserved the nod. Who do you feel won the bout? Direcki is in the blue trunks, Ngimbi in the white.



Chris Ngimbi Wins W5 Grand Prix XXX Tournament

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Historically the 70kg division in kickboxing has been one of the richest in the sport, one of the two divisions that K-1 sunk time and money into, which meant that it attracted big name talent and gave hope to future stars to train hard and that they had a future. That can't be said for every kickboxing division. When we think about the 70kg division the names that will come to mind will undoubtedly be Masato, Andy Souwer, Buakaw, Mike Zambidis, Albert Kraus, Giorgio Petrosyan, Andy Ristie and Robin van Roosmalen. Sadly, a few of the champions in that division have been a bit lost to time, one of which is Chris Ngimbi. Ngimbi was the It's Showtime 70kg Champion during a one of the boom periods of kickboxing. He never quite made it to K-1 during its heyday, but he was still one of the top stars in the division. His loss to Robin van Roosmalen in the It's Showtime Fast and Furious tournament was van Roosmalen's coming out party to the top of the division and since then Ngimbi has sort of been lost in the shuffle. 

This past weekend in Russia the promotion W5 ran two four-man 71kg tournaments and Chris Ngimbi won one of them. While it doesn't herald him as one of the top in the division again just yet, it's an exciting prospect and we are looking forward to his next fight, most likely against the winner of the other tournament, Evgeny Kurovsky. 

Also on the card we saw Cosmo Alexandre once again prove that he belongs in the conversation in the 71kg area with a win over division mainstay Marco Pique. The main event saw a championship bout for the W5 Intercontinental 71kg Championship that saw Enriko Gogokhia defeat Foad Sadeghi via decision for the title. You can check out the full results over at our friend Kiksie.

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