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Enfusion Live 25 Results and Stream

Enfusion Live 25 is taking place right now! Check the stream If for some reason you cannot watch, we have you covered with live results.


80kgs Title - Hicham El Gaoui def. Karapet Karapetyan by Dec.

70kgs - Nordin Ben Moh def. William Diender by KO Rd 1 (left hook to the liver)

70kgs - Harut Grigorian def. Marco Pique by Dec.

70kgs - Robbie Hageman def. Engin Kutuk by KO Rd 1 (right hook)

54kgs - Anissa Meksen def. Isis Verbeek by Dec.

70kgs - Youssef Challouki def. Sidy Barry by Dec.

Video: Glory 20 Pre-fight Interviews with Mosab Amrani, Gabriel Varga, and Mourad Bouzidi

Glory has begun releasing the pre-fight interviews for Glory 20 in Dubai. First up is the Canadian Gabriel Varga, who also did an Exclusive Liverkick interview which will be coming soon. Naturally the next interview is with his opponent the Moroccan/Dutch Mosab Amrani. After listening to what they both had to say, I can't help but think of how exciting this fight is going to be, I always enjoy a clash of styles in a fight especially when it involves height as well. Only thing I wonder is who will the winner defend his belt against? I feel Glory will have to sign some new featherweights.

The latest interview is with Mourad Bouzidi who seems to have been in Dubai for quite a while already to prepare for this fight. There have been lots of videos posted of him training like a beast for this fight, I get the feeling he REALLY does not want to lose to Pat Barry.

SuperKombat Romania Live Results and Stream

SuperKombat is taking place in Ploiesti, Romania as we speak, and they have all the Romanian stars on it. It is live on Eurosport and the THIS STREAM, and we will also have the Live Results here.


92kgs - Clyde Brunswijk def. Cristian Ristea by Unanimous Dec.

HW - D’Angelo Marshall def. Michal Wlazlo by TKO Rd 1 (4 knockdowns)

92kgs - Ibrahim Giydirir def. Cosmin Ionescu by Unanimous Dec.

92kgs - Bogdan Stoica  def. Zinedine Hameur-Lain by KO Rd 1 (overhand right)

71kgs - Amansio Paraschiv def. Julian Imeri by Unanimous Dec.

95kgs - Andrei Stoica  def. Marcello Adriaansz by Unanimous Dec.

HW - Benjamin Adegbuyi def. Daniel Lentie by Unanimous Dec.

Video: Andy Souwer vs Hideya Tanaka

On February 11, 2015 Andy Souwer fought Hideya Tanaka on the No Kick No Life event in Japan.

It seems to me that Souwer doesn't age, in fact recently hes looking more like the Andy that won K-1 Max years ago. This head kick KO of Tanaka is so perfect it even surprised me watching, I can't imagine how Tanaka felt. Andy has a full schedule of fights for 2015, and he couldn't have asked for a better start than this.

Dutch Kickboxer Brian Douwes Wins Bloodsport-esque Tournament

Last night in Japan something we expect only in movies went down, the event was called Ganryujima and the idea is basically exactly like the Kumite in Bloodsport. It was a 1 night, 8 man tournament with each competitor having a different fighting style. They had a Capoeira guy, a Dutch Kickboxer, a Senegalese wrestler, a Sumo, and so on, I mean you get the idea all styles and RESULTS ARE HERE. Of course the Dutch Kickboxer Brian Douwes Knocked out all 3 opponents in the first round of each match, what else would we expect right?

Here is a picture of the weigh ins just to give an idea.

While we were promised a circular ring with no ropes and a MOAT... yes a body of water surrounding the ring where if you get pushed in 3 times in a round you lose. The pictures showed it was more like blue mats around the ring instead of the moat this time which disappointed  a little but the same rules applied about being pushed out of the ring, the rest of the rules were basically the same as most MMA fights.

I really was curious about this and was actually pretty upset that there was no way to watch this online even though I was sure Douwes would win (I may be a little bias). It would have been nice to see how the event worked out, lets keep our fingers crossed that we can watch the next one if it ever happens. No matter how silly and crazy it sounds, I feel it will still bring out the curiosity in everyone that enjoys Martial Arts and combat sports.


ShootBoxing 2015 Act.1 Results

Shootboxing Act.1 took place last weekend in Tokyo, Japan. It was great to see them bring back the young Zouggary who fought his heart out during the tournament last year. Shishido really didn't stand much of a chance against him, it was an dominant victory, now I just cant wait for a rematch between Zouggary and Suzuki.


Zakaria Zouggary def. Hiroki Shishido by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-28)

Yuki Sakamoto def. Nagashima Yuichiro by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 29-27, 30-27)

Hiroki Naito def. Miyazaki by Unanimous Decision (30-29, 30-28, 30-28)

Kaito def. TASUKU by Unanimous Decision (30-29, 30-28, 30-29)

Iwashita Miyabi def. Ashitaka Ryo by TKO (low kicks) in Rd 3

MIO def. Miho by Unanimous Decision (30-28, 30-28, 30-28)

Sugawara Yutsugi def. Matsui Dai by Unanimous Decision (29-27, 30-26, 29-27)

Pmma Hiroaki def. Yuki Kitagawa by Ext. Rd Decision (10-8, 10-8, 10-8)

Kiyoaki Murata def. Taku Saito by Unanimous Decision (30-25, 30-25, 30-26)

Glory 21 Announcement

Glory 21 has officially been announced for May 8th at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego. Wikipedia tells us that the arena holds 16, 100 people for mixed martial arts events if the whole arena is used, so this could be a huge show.

Artem Levin will be defending his title against the winner of the tournament at Glory 20 in Dubai. So it could be Jason Wilnis, Alex Pereira, Wayne Barrett or Simon Marcus anyone one of them against Levin will be an exciting fight as they all bring something different to the ring.

There is also an all American heavyweight tournament which will grant the winner entry into the Glory heavyweight contender tournament where the winner will fight Rico Verhoeven for the belt. The American heavyweights have yet to be announced.

Of course this will all be Live on Spike TV on Friday, May 8th. I'm so happy to see Glory announcing events more than a month before the show now and giving us all a chance to get excited and also more time to buy tickets.  [source]


Lion Fight 20 Live Results

Here we go Live Results for Lion fights 20. We are excited to watch Jorina Baars defend her title tonight on AXS TV!

Lion Fight Welterweight Championship: Jorina Baars(C) def. Chantal Ughi by TKO Rd 3 (Ughi retired on the stool between rd 3 and 4)

Sittisak def. Chris Mauceri by Unanimous Dec

John Nofer def. Jason Andrada by TKO Rd 2 (3 knockdowns due to elbows)

Jo Nattawut def. Richard Abraham Unanimous Dec.

Gaston Bolanos def. Caleb Archer by TKO Rd 3 (spinning back elbow)

Julio Pena def. Tom Evans by KO Rd 1 (HUGE right hand, Hard KO)


Video: Israel Adesanya vs. Kim Loudon

Luckily the Knees of Fury promotion has most of their fights on to Youtube shortly after the event so we were able to watch Adesanya's last fight. Now I personally have not seen a full fight (only clips) of his since he fought Verlinden at Glory 15. I know he's been doing some professional Boxing with the Super 8 tournaments and feel it showed in this fight, his boxing and head movement looked amazing, but I felt he was actually looking too much like a boxer at some points. I'd like to see him back in Kickboxing or Muay Thai fights more often just to get that kicking groove back. Otherwise he demolished Kim Loudon and stopped him in the 3rd with some nasty looking elbows that looked as though they could have been stopped sooner. Israel standing in the middle of the ring instead of going to his corner between the 1st and 2nd round made me laugh pretty hard.

ShootBoxing 2015 Act.1 Fight Card

Shoot Boxing is doing their next show on February 21, 2015 at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. We are very glad to see Zouggari back in action after his impressive performance at the S-cup tournament, taking that fight on a days notice. It's going to be scary to see how he does with time to actually train and prepare himself properly but then again he is fighting Shishido who has a lot of experience. Also Nagashima is looking to get back into the win column after his last fight was a draw, and two losses before that, he really needs one. Overall sounds like its going to be a fun event, lets hope the judges aren't as bias as the 65kgs tournament this time.

Fight Card

Hiroki Shishido (Caesar gym) VS Zakaria Zouggari (Melvin F & F)

Yuki Sakamoto (Caesar gym) VS Nagashima Yuichiro (Sakigakejuku)

Hiroki Naito (striking gym Ares) VS Miyazaki (TARGET)

Shimada Ko(Caesar force dojo) VS Ishizuka Yuji (Caesar gym)

Kaito (Tatsushi Hall) VS TASUKU (REAL DEAL)

Iwashita "Southern Superman" MiyabiMasaru (Tatsuojuku) VS  Ashitaka Ryo (Caesar force dojo Shizuoka)

MIO (Oikawa dojo) VS Miho (KGF RAWA)

Sugawara Yutsugi (Caesar force dojo) VS Matsui Dai (striking gym Ares)

Omma Hiroaki (Caesar gym Shibuya) VS TBA

Kiyoaki Murata (Caesar gym) VS Saito Taku (y's glow)

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