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Kunlun Fight 47 Results & Video

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Kunlun fight 47 took place on July 10th, at the Wutaishan Sports Hall in Nanjing, China. As usual they had tons of fights on the card including a 75kg tournament and their clash of the titans 70kg tournament where Andrei Kulebin defeated Victor Nagbe by Decision in the finals. This win moves Kulebin into the next bracket of the tournament with familiar names like Sittichai Sitsongpeenong, Superbon Banchamek, Khayal Dhzaniev, Jomthong Chuwattana and Cedric Manhoef. Sounds like the finals of this tournament are going to be pretty amazing if they can end up with 8 best guys out of the 64 they started with.

Results of Kunlun Fight 47 

Zheng Zhaoyu def. Zhang Yang by decision – 75-kilogram tournament final

Ekaterina Vandaryeva def. Zeng Xiaoting by TKO. Round 3

Zheng Zhaoyu def. Ma Shuo by TKO. Round 1 – 75-kilogram tournament semifinal

Zhang Yang def. Diogo Calado by decision – 75-kilogram tournament semifinal

MMA: Zhang Meixuan def. Atsushi Tamura by knockout. Round 1

MMA: Zhang Weili def. Lilya Kazak by knockout. Round 2

Andrei Kulebin def. Victor Nagbe by decision – Clash of Titans Group 16 tournament final

MMA: Zhang Lipeng def. Yul Kim by unanimous decision

Victor Nagbe def. Ali Makhi by decision – Clash of Titans Group 16 tournament semifinal

Andrei Kulebin def. Diogo Neves by decision – Clash of Titans Group 16 tournament semifinal

Ma Shuo def. Law Chosing by decision – 75-kilogram tournament quarterfinal

Diogo Calado def. Alim Nabiev – 75-kilogram tournament quarterfinal

Zhang Yang def. Krit – 75-kilogram tournament quarterfinal

Zheng Zhaoyu def. Hossein Karami – 75-kilogram tournament quarterfinal

Emei Legend 10 Results

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Emei Legend 10 took place on July 9th in Nanchong, China and is broadcast on Sichuan TV every Tuesday at 22:30 CST. Emei Legend is known for their 32-man 65kgs tournament that takes place over the course of the year.

Full Results

Kunchai defeats Wang Zhiwei --- 65kg 

Anvar Boynazarov defeats Levan --- 65kg 

Zhao Chuanlin defeats Yuriy Volunets-- -65kg 

Rukiya defeats Alexandros--- -65kg tournament

Zhu Xu defeats Mohamedjavad Heidari --- -60kg

Waranat Ponnikom KO Jose Neto in Round 1-- -70kg

Pu Dongdong KO Adam Martin in Round 1--- -70kg

Pylypchak Liudmyla defeats Huang Feier -- -53kg

Han Kaihu defeats Alexander ---- -75kg

Marat Grigorian KO Muhammad El Mir in Round 1-- -70kg

Zhao Xiaoyu defeats Gela --- -65kg

Han Kaihu defeats Javad --- -75kg

Anvar Boynazarov defeats Kunchai --- -65kg tournament

Rukiya defeats Zhao Chuanlin --- -65kg

Glory of Heroes 5 Fight Card

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WLF will be putting on Glory of Heroes 5 in Zhengzhou, Henan, China at the Zhengzhou Olympic center on October 1, 2016. A few interesting matches on the card are Qui Jianliang who is proving to be one of Chinas best fighters against Ilias Bulaid. Also a rematch between a Israel Adesanya and Alex Pereira. In their first match Pereira won a controversial decision and Adesanya is out to avenge the loss as he just did with Filip Verlinden.

Full Card

Glory 31- Super Fight Series Fight Breakdown

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Glory 31 super fight series will be airing live on UFC fight pass next saturday morning at 10:30 am PST/1:30 pm EST. Since its coming up quick I figured it was about that time to breakdown the fights a little.

Zack Mwekassa vs Mourad Bouzidi

The main event puts power punching, South African Zack Mwekassa against a real kickboxing veteran Mourad Bouzidi. I feel like the biggest thing in this fight is Bouzidi has to really avoid being hit cleanly. Bouzidi has the experience, and the kicks but his chin doesn't always hold up to big punches. If Bouzidi can keep his hands up, feet moving and keep consistent low kicks he will have a good night. As for Mwekassa he needs to use his jab to set up his big left hook, uppercut, or right hand. I don't think just throwing big haymakers will work on someone with the experience Mourad has, but if he can set something up and land a clean punch his power will hurt Bouzidi.

Saenchai vs Eddy Nait-Slimani

First of all I want to mention how excited I am for Saenchai to be kickboxing for Glory but Nait-Slimani will not be an easy fight by any means. In his Glory debut Slimani put on a masterful performance against Maykol Yurk, he showed beautiful spinning back kicks, front kicks to the face, and great timing. These are all techniques that Saenchai uses, plus many more. There have been many times I thought Saenchai was in for a hard fight and he made it look easy, but he has also done the opposite and had a little trouble in fights I expected him not to. Slimani needs to push the pace on Saenchai and not allow him to get a rhythm. Saenchai is not young anymore and I think Slimani can tire him out with lots of pressure and fast combinations followed by low kicks. Saenchai well, he will just be himself as always and entertain us no matter what happens, he will just have to be aware of Glory's clinching rules.

Isis Verbeek vs Irina Mazepar

This is an interesting fight in Glory's new female bantamweight division. Isis Verbeek is the faster fighter with more combinations and higher pace. Irina Mazepa is the harder hitting fighter who plods a little and finds good, hard shots to land. Mazepa has been focusing a little on MMA having two fights in One Championship last year, in my opinion this takes away from a fighters overall kickboxing game as they now have to focus a lot on their ground game plus training 5 minute rounds for MMA all the time is a much slower pace than 3 minute kickboxing rounds. If Verbeek pushes the pace I can't help but feel that Mazepa will be in rough shape by the last round, but Mazepa has the power so Verbeek will have to make sure she doesn't run into something as she tends to keep her chin quite high.

Josh Jauncey vs Anatoly Moiseev

Well I am not going to go into too much strategy for this fight since Josh is my brother and ill end up giving away game plans, but I can say that this could easily end up being  a candidate for fight of the night if not fight of the year. Both of them are young, hungry fighters with amazing technique, speed, and power. Moiseev suffered his first pro loss ever at the hands of Marat Grigorian earlier this year but since then has scored a huge KO over Serginio Kanters at Kunlun so his confidence should be back up. Jauncey is coming off two of his best performances ever, a TKO win over Johan Tkac and a head kick KO over Xu Yan. To say I'm excited about this fight is an understatement.

Maximo Suarez vs Eyevan Danenberg

Maximo Suarez is looking to rebound from his loss to Harut Grigorian where he just stood and traded which eventually led to his demise. Against Danenberg he will need to fight smart, Danenberg is a very tall, lanky fighter with good skills. Hes had some Pro boxing fights so his hands are good and he sets up his knees and low kicks well. Suarez will need to get inside and throw his fast combos or else he will get jabbed and kneed all night.

Muay Thai GP 5 Results - The Gunslinger does it again

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Muay Thai GP 5 did an 8 hour show last night. In the main event JWP managed to get the unanimous decision, after having a rough first round where he got his lead leg kicked many times he found his groove and it was all "The Gunslinger" from there on out.

Muay Thai Grand Prix 5 – Official Results

Main Event – 74KG - John Wayne Parr def. Pavlos Kaponis by unanimous decision

MTGP World Welterweight Title - Charlie Peters def. Nauzet Trujillo by KO (Round 2)

MTGP World Featherweight Title - Kevin Vidal def. Matt Tieu by TKO (ref stoppage Round 3)

MTGP World Bantamweight Title - Daniel McGowan def. Renaud Hausdorff by TKO (Round 2)

58KGJamie Whelan def. Thibaud Duphil by unanimous decision

57KG - Bernise Alldis def. Anaelle Angerville by unanimous decision

64KG - Carlton Lieu def. Benito Thamas by unanimous decision

62KG - Paul Barber def. Ian Houillebecq by KO (Round 2) Barber qualifies as no.1 contender for Lion Fight world title

50KG - Evan Jays def. Jamie Ahern by unanimous decision

K1 71KG - Fabio Barros def. Luke Whelan by unanimous decision

72KG - Sevket Cerkez def. Daniel Hardiman by unanimous decision

63KG - Liam Brough def. James Toomey by TKO (Round 3)

Prelims Card

Kelly Haynes def. Sara Day by unanimous decision – K1 52KG

Rory Crawford def. Benitez Perez by TKO (Round 2) – K1 68KG

Marley Zwanenberg def. Robert Vereykyn by unanimous decision

Luke Portanier def. Thai Hoang by TKO (round 5) – B-Class 63KG

Prelims fight of the night: Portanier V Hoang

Liam Wells def. Saj Imran by unanimous decision – K1 68KG

Prelims performance of the night: Liam Wells

Leon Jason def. Will Jones by unanimous decision – K1 83KG

Eric Lie def. Matt Wray by unanimous decision – K1 80KG

Nathan Johnson def. John Dang by KO (Round 4) – K1 70KG

Colin Chu def. Florin Pinto by KO (Round 1) – C-Class 67KG

Kane Rigglesworth def. Jamie McGuigan by unanimous decision – K1 70KG

Kyron Osborne def. Enrique Gomez by KO (Round 3) – C-Class 58KG

Krush 66 Results

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Krush 66 took place last night and what a night of fights it was. KO after KO this card really delivered if anyone gets a chance to watch these fights I would highly suggest it.

Card Results

63kgs Tournament Final - Sasaki Daizo def. Hiramoto Ren by Unanimous Dec

53kgs Tournament Final - Takei Yoshiki def. Ueba Yuki by KO Rd 1 (Punches)

67kgs - Tsukakoshi Hitoshi def. Hirayama Jin by KO Rd 2 (Knee to the body)

55kgs - Ishida Keisuke def. Jockyleck GT Gym by TKO Rd 1 (3 knockdowns)

58kgs - Otaki Yuta def. Sho-ya by Decision (Extra round 10-8)

55kgs - Suzuki Yuya def. Degai Taisuke by Unanimous Dec

60kgs - "Dynamite" Takahashi Yuta def. Aotsu Junpei by Unanimous Dec

63kgs - Kitai Tomohiro def. Hara Kazuhito by KO Rd 3

60kgs - Yokoyama Takumi def. Shota by KO Rd 1

53kgs - Gunji Taito def. Ishitsuka Hiroto by KO Rd 2

53kgs - Kasami Reiji def. Tanishima Hayato by KO Rd 1

58kgs - Suzuki Masahiro DRAW Araki Toranosuke

60kgs - Akimoto Ryohei def. Kokubo Hiroki KO Rd 1

Krush 66 Card for This Weekend

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This weekend June 12, Krush 66 will take place in Tokyo Japan at the Korakuen Hall. The event will air live on (PPV) and live on sports channel (for free if you are in Japan) at 1am PST/4am EST. 

The card includes a double main event, the 63kgs tournament final between Hiramoto Ren and Sasaki Daizo plus the 53kgs tournament final between Takei Yoshiki and Ueba Yuki.

Full Card

63kgs Tournament Final - Hiramoto Ren vs Sasaki Daizo

53kgs Tournament Final - Takei Yoshiki vs Ueba Yuki

67kgs - Tsukakoshi Hitoshi vs Hirayama Jin

55kgs - Ishida Keisuke vs Takahiro

58kgs - Otaki Yuta vs Sho-ya

55kgs - Degai Taisuke vs Suzuki Yuya

60kgs - Aotsu Junpei vs "Dynamite" Takahashi Yuta

63kgs - Kitai Tomohiro vs Hara Kazuhito

60kgs - Shota vs Yokoyama Takumi

53kgs - Gunji Taito vs Ishitsuka Hiroto

53kgs - Kasami Reiji vs Tanishima Hayato

58kgs - Suzuki Masahiro vs Araki Toranosuke

60kgs - Akimoto Ryohei vs Kokubo Hiroki

WLF - Glory of Heroes 3 Fight Card

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Glory of Heroes 3 will be taking place on July 2, 2016 in Jiyuan, Henan, China. There are quite a few good matches on the card but for me the one that really stands out is a rematch between Israel Adesanya and Filip Verlinden. These two fought in 2014 on Glory 15: Istanbul where Filip Verlinden won a unanimous decision. This was Adesanyas first and only Glory fight and he did not perform like himself at all, so it will be interesting to see how this fight goes the 2nd time around.

Lion Fight 29 Live Results

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Lion Fight 29 is taking place at the Foxwoods casino tonight, once again Jo Nattawut will be fighting a non-title fight and Ognjen Topic will be taking on Dechsakda Sitsongpeenong from Thailand.

Fight Results

Main Event: Regian Eersel def. Jo Nattawut by KO Rd 5 (right high kick)

Co-Main Event: Ognjen Topic def. Dechsakda Sitsongpeenong by Majority Dec

Lightweight - Travis Clay def. Julio Pena by KO Rd 2 (left high kick)

Featherweight - John Nofer def. Jared Tipton by KO Rd 5 (liver kick)

Welterweight - Asa Ten Pow def. Bryce Lawrence by TKO Rd 4 (doc stoppage)

Welterweight - Diego Llamas def. PJ Sweda by KO Rd 2 (left hook)

WLF - Glory of Heroes 2 Results

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Wu Lin Feng (WLF) put on their second "Glory of Heroes" event this past weekend. The event included names like Enriko Kehl, Israel Adesanya, Cedric Doumbe, Kem Sitsongpeenong, Massaro Glunder, and Sergio Wielzen. While the arena did not look as busy as their first event the TV numbers in China are always good so i'm sure they aren't too worried. Here are the results thanks to

Full Results

Main Card

Kickboxing – 63kg - Deng Zeqi (China) def. Artur Makouski (Belarus) by Unanimous Decision

Kickboxing – 72kg - Enriko Kehl (Germany) def. Jiao Fukai (China) by TKO in Round 2

MMA – 84kg - Israel Adesanya (New Zealand) def. Andrew Flores Smith (Peru) by TKO in Round 1

Kickboxing – 67kg - Qiu Jianliang (China) def. Jaidee Noppakit (Thailand) by Unanimous Decision

Kickboxing – 63kg - Wei Rui (China) def. Ban Yungsong (Japan) by Unanimous Decision

Kickboxing – 67kg - Massaro Glunder (Netherlands) def. Yang Zhuo (China) by Split Decision

Kickboxing – 68kg - Kem Sitsongpeenong (Thailand) def. Tie Yinghua (China) by Unanimous Decision

Kickboxing – 65kg - Tepthanee Winai (Thailand) def. Liu Xiangming (China) by Unanimous Decision


Kickboxing – 60kg - Yun Qi (China) def. Sergio Wielzen (Netherlands) by Split Decision

MMA – 63kg - Ayton De Paepe (Belgium) def. Wang Yayong (China) by TKO in Round 1

MMA – 70kg - Andrey Mitrofanov (Ukraine) def. He Nannan (China) by Decision

MMA – 93kg - Kurban Omarov (Russia) def. Liu Wenbo (China) by Unanimous Decision

Kickboxing – 75kg - Cedric Doumbe (France) def. Brad Riddell (New Zealand) by Split Decision

Kickboxing – 70kg - Ievgenii Kurovskoy (Ukraine) def. Hu Yafei (China) by Unanimous Decision

Kickboxing – 70kg - Khayal Dzhaniev (Russia) def. Zhao Chunyang (China) by Unanimous Decision

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