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Badr Hari Publicly Announces Social Media Explanation

Badr Hari has finally made a video to publicly explain to everyone what has been going on with his social media accounts. I'm not sure how these fake accounts got verified without his consent but I can't help but feel there is more to the story. Anyway he has had all these fake accounts closed down and opened his own REAL accounts which he says he will have a team running for him. I wonder how long it will take for this team to do something he doesn't like and then these will become fake accounts as well, hopefully that doesn't happen, but only time will tell. His accounts have been quite active with videos and pictures, so if you're a Badr fan here is his FacebookTwitter, and Website which is coming soon.

Liverkick Throwback: Branko Cikatic Vs Ernesto Hoost II

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.

Branco Cikatic was the original Croatian heavyweight Kickboxer and the first Croation born fighter to achieve international success. K-1 didn't start until 1993, Branko was 38 years old already, but he made the most of it and became the very first K-1 grand prix champion and won all three fights in one night by knockout. Cikatic had a rock-solid chin and huge power in both hands, he wasn't the most technical fighter but he was more of a take a punch to land my harder punch type. Branco tried a few MMA fights after winning K-1 and jumped in the Pride ring, now Cikatic was never the cleanest of fighters and that ended up causing most of his Pride fights to end in DQ or No contest.

This fight with the legend Ernesto Hoost was for the K-1 grand prix 1993 Finals in Tokyo, Japan. Hoost was 10 years younger than Cikatic and had already beat Peter Aerts and Maurice Smith in the quarter and semi finals. I feel Hoost was easily winning this fight up until Branko did what he does best and landed a huge right on poor Ernesto's chin and cause a heavy KO.

 

Glory Releases Full Glory 2 Brussels Card

Glory Sports International have given the fans full access to Glory 2 in Brussels, Belgium from October 6, 2012. This event had no tournament, but it was stacked with top name super fights like Remy Bonjasky, Gokhan Saki, and Nieky Holzken just to name a few. Remy Bonjasky came out of retirement to earn a hard fought victory over Anderson "Braddock" Silva by decision after an extra round. Murthel Groenhart showed everyone how vicious he can be with huge knee to the face of Marc de Bonte to put him out cold, and Mark Miller showed why he should no longer be in the kickboxing ring. Overall it was a great show, and now its free for everyone to watch and enjoy.

Here is the full playlist of the show.

A-1 World Combat Cup 2014 Tournament Results

A-1 World Combat Cup tournament in Eindhoven took place this weekend, sadly Henri Van Opstal had to pull out due to his grandmothers passing, Liverkick wishes him and his family all the best, so Soufiane Benallal took his place against Steven Jonis. Otherwise the card seemed very exciting, with lots of knockouts for the Dutch crowd.

Tournament Results

Quarter Finals: Nordin Ben Moh def. Robbie Hageman (TKO)

Quarter Finals: Steven Jonis def. Soufiane Benallal (KO)

Quarter Finals: Harut Grigorian def. Nicky Lopez (decision)

Quarter Finals: Tayfun Özcan def. Mo Ben Nasser (KO)

Semi Final: Nordin Ben Moh def. Steven Jonis (decision)

Semi Final: Harut Grigorian def. Tayfun Özcan (decision)

Final: Harut Grigorian def. Nordin Ben Moh (KO)

Thai Fight Vietnam Fight Card

THAI FIGHT Vietnam will be taking place September 20, 2014 live at 17.30 - 20:00 (GMT+7) on CH3. Looks like a great Thailand vs the World type card, with lots of big Thai names.

Fight Card

Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee vs Alka Matewa 

Saiyok Pumphanmuang vs Marco Re 

Antoine Pinto vs Eduart Paci 

Iquezang Kor Rungthanakeat vs Sean Kearney

Saenchai PK SaenchaiMuayThaiGym vs Craig Dickson

Chanajon PK SaenchaiMuayThaiGym vs Naimjon Thutaboev

Liverkick Throwback: Mark Hunt Vs Ray Sefo

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.

This week we figured it was the perfect time to post a throwback to Mark Hunt in K-1, not that there is ever a bad time to post any Mark Hunt fight. This is one of the best kickboxing slug fests of all time, Ray Sefo is known for his great chin, big power, and the way he drops his hands and urges people to hit him during fights, well Mark Hunt gave him a run for his money on all of these things. This was the 2001 K-1 WGP in Fukuoka, Mark hunt was granted the wild card spot because Mirko CroCop got injured, so happened to draw Ray Sefo's name. Even though in my eyes there is no loser in this fight apart from maybe some brain cells, the judges gave the fight to Sefo, but he had an eye injury so Hunt moved on to the finals to TKO Adam Watt and advance to the big stage in Tokyo in two months time. Mark Hunt proceeded to beat Jerome Le Banner, Stefan Leko, and Francisco Filho to become the K-1 World Grand Prix 2001 champion.

Glory Unlocks Davit Kiria vs Kem Sitsongpeenong

Glory Sports International are sticking to their promise and releasing full fights until the whole archive is available. Today we have Davit Kiria who has since become the Glory lightweight champion, against Thailand's Kem Sitsongpeenong. Glory rules are usually not easy for Thai's to adapt to since their main defense to punches is to clinch, but Kem is a great fighter and adapts well to make this a close fight.

If you watch the video all the way to the end seems there is a surprise extra fight where you get to see American Ky Hollenbeck make easy work of fellow countryman Micheal Corley.

Liverkick Video: Sem Braan Vs Tom Duivenvoorde Beautiful KO

Sem Braan is a fighter we haven't heard much from lately, he won the It's Showtime Reality show in 2008 and has been active, but since It's Showtime is no longer, most of his fights have not been available to watch. He is a true Mejiro Gym fighter trained mostly by Andre Mannaart, he used to fight at around 70 kilos, seems as though he has moved up to about 82-83 kgs now and is looking great.

Here is a video from his fight this weekend at the House of Pain event in Alkmaar, Netherlands. Pretty violent but beautiful KO I'd say.

 

Glory to Release Full Video Archive

Great news to all Kickboxing fans, Glory will be releasing their entire fight archive on their Youtube channel HERE. It will include over 2,000 high definition quality videos of classic and recent fights from Ramon Dekkers to Giorgio Petrosyan. 

They have started releasing free videos today and what other way than to start with Glory 1 in Stockholm from May 2012. We get a KO finish for Gokhan Saki over Carter Williams and Petrosyan picking Fabio Pinca apart with his amazing head movement.

 

Liverkick Throwback: Kunimatsu Okao vs. Benny "The Jet" Urquidez

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.

This week the throwback includes one of the best American Kickboxer's ever, Benny "The Jet" Urquidez. He held Six world titles in Five weight classes and only ever lost one fight(on paper). His record when he retired was 49 wins and 1 loss, 35 of those wins coming by knockout. Benny was known for his vicious hooks, throws and a spinning back kick that knocked out numerous opponents. Once people started calling him a world champion, he decided that to be called a world champ he better start travelling to fight considering all his fights up until then been in the U.S.A or Mexico. He ended up getting in contact with Antonio Inoki in 1977 and he was brought to Japan to fight Katsuyuki Suzuki whom he KO'd in the 6th round. The Japanese desperately wanted to beat Urquidez so they brought him back repeatedly, with different rules and weights but each time he would knockout their challenger just becoming a bigger star to the Japanese fans.

This fight is Benny's second fight in Japan against Kunimatsu Okao. Okao actually came out of retirement to fight Benny because he was upset about his training partner Katsuyuki Suzuki losing to him earlier in the year. Okao was pretty arrogant, being a retired, proclaimed master he figured he would just steam roll Urquidez. Benny was known for being a slow starter and he also got knocked down quite a few times in his career, but they always seemed like flash knockdowns, because he seemed to get up perfectly fine. 

Anyway this fight pretty much sums up Benny "The Jet" Urquidez's style of fight, he fights through adversity and shows the thunderous power he possessed in his hands. Enjoy!

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