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How to order the S-cup 2014 on NicoNico step by step

Okay, so the S-cup is on this weekend, it starts on Sunday at 13:00 in Japan which is Saturday at 23:00 EST or 20:00 PST. Finally it's at a decent hour for us to watch, except to order it we have to decode NicoNico tv and most of us here in North America cannot read Japanese. The difference this time is that Kevin Ross in taking part who is American which will make more of us want to watch.

The easiest way to do this is use Google chrome and use the translate button (right beside the favourties star) to just translate the site one page at a time, But we have also decided to to a step by step for people that need a little help.

 - Step 1 - go to this link https://secure.live.nicovideo.jp/event/shootboxing and click the yellow "new account registration button"


- Step 2 - it will take you to a page where u have to type in your email, once you do that check your email account and click the confirmation link.

- Step 3 - Fill out this form 

- Step 4 - Once the form is filled out and u have clicked proceed go back to this link https://secure.live.nicovideo.jp/event/shootboxing and click the big pink/red button


- Step 5 - A box will come up that says you dont have enough points once again click the red/pink button and it will take you to a terms and conditions page, Scroll down and click the Yellow Button at the bottom and you will be at this page.

This page is asking how many points you want to buy, the shootboxing event is either 1300 or 1500 so u will need to click on 2000, which costs 2000 Yen, which is 16.99 USD.

-  Step 5 - once you have clicked the 2000 you will be at this page where it asks to click all sorts of payment methods that we don't know, just scroll down to the Visa one

- Step 6 - Fill in your credit card info here is a translated picture then click the yellow button.

One more screen will pop up confirming the 2000 points for 2000 Yen, just click the yellow button and transaction is complete. Now you have the points on your account u can go back to the first Link https://secure.live.nicovideo.jp/event/shootboxing and click red button to buy the ticket and it should go through nicely. If the you preorder the fights it costs 1300 Yen, if u wait its 1500 Yen.

 

 

 

 

Blade 1 Superfights December 29th

The Blade1 show will be taking place on December 29th at the Ota City General Gymnasium on December 29th in Tokyo, Japan. The card will consist of a 61 kgs tournament as well as quite a few superfights with well known names.

Zabit Samedov will be back in action facing Japan's Uehara Makoto should be a good for fight for Samedov I'd imagine. Slovenian Samo Petje fresh off his KO over Hinata will be facing another big Japanese name in Yasuhiro Kido, I have a feeling this will be fight of the night because Kido won't be going down without a fight. Next we have Hinata taking on the Cos-Play king Nagashima, I am very curious about this fight, it's all going to come down to who can avoid the others strengths. If Nagashima can get past Hinata's left kick and land any one of his powerful punches I feel he could finish him, otherwise Hinata is just going to kick him non-stop all fight.

SuperFights

  • 93Kg - Uehara Makoto (Japan) vs. Zabit Samedov (Azerbaijan/Belarus)
  • 70Kg - Kido Yasuhiro (Japan) vs. Samo Petje (Slovenia)
  • Heavyweight - Nobu Hayashi (Japan) vs. Murat Aygun (Holland)
  • 70Kg - Hinata (Japan) vs. Nagashima Jienotsu Yuichirou (Japan)
  • Heavyweight - Raoumaru (Japan) vs. KOICHI (Japan)
  • 55Kg - Degai Taisuke (Japan) vs. Nasukawa Tenshin (Japan)
  • 64Kg - Yuki (Japan) vs. Taniyama Toshiki (Japan)

 

Enfusion Live #22 Live Results and Stream

I've been looking forward to this card all weekend. First of all Denise Kielholtz Vs Tiffany Van Soest is going to be an amazing clash of styles, I can't wait to see how Van Soest deals with Kielholtz combos or how Denise deals with Tiffany's power. Also.. Andy Souwer not much more I need to say about him, I'm just hoping he gets through this one without any injuries since his S-Cup fight is next weekend.

STREAM IS HERE

Full Results

70 KG - Marvin Sansaar (Surinam) Vs Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco) - Mohammed Jaraya Wins by KO Rd 2 (overhand right)

85 KG - Tom De Smet (The Netherlands) Vs Daniel Ciric (Serbia) - Tom De Smet Wins by TKO Rd 1 (hand combinations then corner threw in the towel)

80 KG - Alva Remor (Curacao) Vs Khalid El Bakouri (Morocco) - Khalid El Bakouri Wins by Decision

70 KG - Cedric Bacuna (Curacao) Vs Andrei Ostrovanu (Romania) - Andrei Ostrovanu Wins by KO Rd 1 (knee to the chin)

57 KG Enfusion World Title - Denise Kielholtz (The Netherlands) Vs Tiffany van Soest (USA) - Denise Kielholtz wins by Unan Decision

70 KG Enfusion World Title - Andy Souwer (The Netherlands) Vs Ardalan Sheikholeslami (Iran) - Andy Souwer Wins by KO Rd 4 (Ardalan dropped his hands and laughed and paid dearly from a series of right hands)

Lion Fight 19 Live Results

Even though the main event was changed it should still be a good card and fill everyone's Friday night full of knees and elbows and if you cant watch it at least you can read these results.

Full Card Results

Jo Nattawut vs. Sean Kearney - Jo Nattawut defeats Sean Kearney by Unanimous Decision

Chajmaa Bellakhal vs. Jeri Sitzes - Chajmaa Bellakhal defeats Jeri Sitzes by Split Decision

Rungravee Sasiprapa vs. Ognjen Topic - Ognjen Topic defeats Rungravee Sasiprapa by Unanimous Decision

Rungrat Sasiprapa vs. Pedro Gonzalez - Rungrat Sasiprapa defeats Pedro Gonzalez by KO Rd 4 (body kick and body knees)

Chris Mauceri vs. Coke Chunhawat - Chris Mauceri defeats Coke Chunhawat by Unanimous Decision

Matt Doherty vs. Julio Pena - Julio Pena defeats Matt Doherty by Unanimous Decision

This was Glory 18 - Return to Glory Video

Glory has released their own "This is Glory" after movie for everyone to watch. Since its the Official Glory version they get to include lots of good fight footage which is pretty wicked, and also some short interviews directly after their fights.

We know everyone has busy schedules but taking 10 minutes out of your day to watch this will be well worth your time.

 

Liverkick Exclusive: Glory 18 Calm Before The Storm Video

So our one man camera crew (Carlo) managed to get all the pre and post fight interviews while taking behind the scenes footage which I like call the calm before the storm. I saw him running around like a maniac trying to get footage of everyone, but after watching this video, man was it worth it. It really captures the feeling of being back stage before these shows, the way everyone warms up differently, some super calm, some screaming and smashing the pads. There is always tension especially when everyone's change rooms were right beside each other and most people could hear their opponent warming up. It's great to see how the fighters that we love to watch fight their hearts out, prepare right before putting on an amazing show for us. 

This is just a sample of the videos that we will be making for the upcoming Glory shows, Enjoy!

TopKing World Series Live Results

Well its 8:30Am for me and I had to set my alarm to wake up and watch this tournament from France so why not give everyone the results. I'm sure everyone is curious to see Buakaw back in action against a strong opponent in Steve Moxon. Plus other great fighters like Reece McAllister, Niclas Larsen, Marat Grigorian, and Abraham Roqueni.

Anyway that's enough talking this early in the morning here are the results.

Results

70kgs Tounament

Marat Grigorian Vs Abraham Roqueni - Marat Grigorian Wins by Decision

Vladimir Konsky Vs Niclas Larsen - Niclas Larsen Wins by KO Rd 1 (Overhand Right)

Marcin Parcheta Vs Azize Hlali - Marcin Parceta Wins by KO Rd 3 (DDT, he literally slammed his face into the ground)

Reece McAllister Vs Crice Boussoukou - McAllister Wins by KO Rd 1 (Knee to the chin from clinch)

Superfights

Thongchai Sitsongpeenong VS Djime Coulibaly - Thongchai Sitsongpeenong Wins by Decision

Buakaw Banchamek Vs Steve Moxon - Buakaw Wins KO Rd 3 (Right elbow finished it, but Moxon was dropped at least 4 or 5 other times with knees to the body, that fight was an annihilation) 

Sansatan Sor Suradech Vs Dylan Salvador - DRAW

Pakorn PKMuaythaiGym Vs Jimmy Vienot - Pakorn Wins by KO Rd 1 (Perfect left hook)

 

Liverkick Throwback: Badr Hari Vs Errol Zimmerman K-1 WGP 2008

The world of kickboxing has a rich history to fall back upon so we here at LiverKick figure, why not? Why not give a glimpse into some of the fights from the past that have made up this wonderful sport and tie it all in to the present. The kids on the Instagram and Twitter like to call Thursdays "Throwback Thursdays," I'm just going to say that this is a LiverKick Throwback.

With the announcement of Glory 19 this week where Errol "Bonecrusher" Zimmerman will face Rico Verhoeven, I just had to post one of my favourite Bonecrusher fights and really one of the best Heavyweight kickboxing fights as far as excitement goes. This was the semi-final of the 2008 K-1 WGP, Badr Hari had just TKO'd Peter Aerts, and Zimmerman had just won a decision against Ewerton Texeira, and now we had two young knockout artists  ready to smash each other to get tot he finals against Remy Bonjasky. The first round was back and forth, both men throwing big punches and hard low kicks but Zimmerman always has a tendency to get tired and sloppy later in the fight which we began to see in the second round. Out of nowhere The Bonecrusher does exactly as his name would imply and shows us all why you should never lean back when throwing a right uppercut, especially with in my opinion the hardest puncher in the heavyweight division at the moment. He landed a picture perfect right hand which arched Badr's back all the way to the floor and it is still one of my favourite knockdowns of all time. Hari played it smart and stayed down waiting out the count, getting up at 8 and recovering amazingly well. Hari started to our the pressure on Zimmerman after being knockdown which led to Badr scoring a knockdown and getting his points back for that round. In the 3rd round Zimmerman's Fatigue was showing and Badr was picking him apart until finally landing his trademark straight right underneath Errol's left hook to finish the fight.

This fight was the one that made me realize how good Badr Hari really is, it was this fight that really made me a fan, I'm not even going to mention the Final because we all know what happened and it just takes away from how good this fight was. Also it showed Zimmerman's potential at only 22 years old, when Errol trains hard and is motivated he is a very hard man to beat, he will always have crazy knockout power but when he has cardio to go with it he is a scary, scary man. I'm really hoping a motivated, in shape Bonecrusher shows up to fight for the belt on December 19th at Glory 19.

 

 

Glory 18: Liverkick Exclusive Post-Fight Interview with Hesdy Gerges

Hesdy Gerges was not very happy about the judges decision on his fight with Benjamin Adegbuyi this weekend. He felt he did enough to win rounds 1 and 3 at least with his pressure, and low kicks. A few people I was with during the fights agreed with Gerges as well and they thought he had won handily so I can see his frustration. Hesdy always seems to have crappy luck, first with the Badr head stomp, then the Ben Saddik head stomp, and now with the judges, I feel for the guy but hes always a wicked fighter to watch and one of the best heavyweights around, hopefully he can catch a break soon, he deserves it.

Glory 18: Liverkick Exclusive Post-Fight Interview with Benjamin Adegbuyi

Benjamin Adegbuyi came away with the decision victory in a hard fought battle with Dutch veteran Hesdy Gerges at Glory 18. This fight was a close one in my eyes and it really was depending on what the judges were looking for. Gerges was walking forward putting pressure on Adegbuyi while throwing lots and lots of low kicks at the same time Benny was throwing big punches and high kicks which was pleasing the crowd and obviously the judges on this one. Adegbuyi was throwing some huge bombs to the body of Hesdy and to be fair I've always wondered why people don't hit Hesdy's body more since his hands are always high, but I got my answer, body punches don't seem to have any effect on Gerges at all.

Anyway, Benny hints to us that there maybe  a possible title fight in the near future for him, and I'm looking forward to that, as I believe Benjamin has what it takes to win the belt.

 

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