|Heavyweight (Per 4/15)|
|Light HW (per 4/15)|
|Middleweight (per 4/15)|
|Welterweight (per 4/15)|
|4.||Marc de Bonte|
|70kg (Per 4/15)|
|3.||Robin van Roosmalen|
|65kg (per 1/20)|
Tomorrow in Istanbul, Turkey, GLORY will present GLORY 15 Istanbul. GLORY 15 is slated to feature the GLORY Light H...Read more
Our good friend StillW1ll is back at it again, this time with an awesome highlight of the best kickboxer in the world, Giorgio Petrosyan. Will captures all the magnificent slips, counter, angles and pure precision by "The Doctor." This is the best Petrosyan highlight yet and it's no surprise that it's made by StillW1ll. Check out the video.Add a comment
If you follow European Kickboxing there will always be one referee that stands out the most and that is Joop Ubeda. Even if you don't know him by name, you'll know who he is; the stout, muscular and bearded referee who officiates nearly every big match. To some extent, he is the Big John McCarthy of the Kickboxing scene, as he is extremely well known and respected for his craft. He is without a doubt the most popular and polarizing figure in refereeing in the world of European Kickboxing.
The familiar sight of Joop might be no more, though. Coming from a report from Kickbox.nl, Joop seems a bit hurt and dejected with It's Showtime not choosing to have him at their January 28th event in the Netherlands. It is set to be the biggest event scheduled for the year so far and is understandable why Ubeda would feel upset with that decision. He always seems to be involved in the big fights, as was demonstrated in May when he officiated the Badr Hari return fight, having to grab the microphone and shout for the fans to step back from the ring.
Hopefully this matter is sorted out soon and Joop decides to continue on, as Kickboxing without Joop might be a strange thing to watch.Add a comment
Warman's Kickfighting Show is back for the 66th episode featuring Steven Wright (@steventhewarman) and myself (@liverkickdotcom / @locuststar) as we run down the biggest cards in the Kickboxing and Muay Thai worlds in the weekly hour-long podcast. This week we take a look at the Fight Code and Thai Fight results, as well as the future for each promotion and some of the big highlights. We also discuss the return of Ernesto Hoost and both Gokhan Saki and Tyrone Spong being on tap for June as opposed to "quitting the sport."
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"The Reem" series is back with a new episode today, the eighth one of the second season. It details the lead-up to Alistair's fight with Brock Lesnar on December 30, including training, PR duties, behind the scenes and more. What's really interesting is the look at Alistair's training, where he brought in some heavyweights such as former UFC fighter Todd Duffee, undefeated MMA fighter and highly accomplished NCAA Divison I wrestler Jared Rosholt. Check out the video below:Add a comment
We are just a few days away from Slamm's next big event in Suriname featuring many of the top names from team Slamm!!. So as many of us begin to settle in for our holiday season, kick back and watch a promo for some fights that are coming up just days after Christmas and respect that these dudes are all ready to go to war right during the holiday season.
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