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Benjamin Adegbuyi Defeats Ismael Londt at Slamm IV

SlammSlamm held their last big event, Slamm!! Soema Na Basi IV yesterday in Suriname which featured a few fights of note, with the biggest being the main event between Slamm's Ismael Londt and Romania's Benjamin Adegbuyi. Adegbuyi has really burst onto the scene over the last few years, fighting some really legitimate competition and holding his own. This fight was no different, as this was arguably one of the biggest fights of his young career. Adegbuyi was the aggressor throughout the fight, landing a hard shot in the first round that had Londt reeling but the referee didn't count as a down. The third round was the real deciding factor, as a left hook sent Londt crashing to the canvas, proving to be the biggest shot of the fight. Londt fought hard, though, and was able to get up, but not able to score any significant blows before the fight ended.

The big win for Adegbuyi helps to propel his career even further now, with a win over a top ten Heavyweight. Here are more results from the event, courtesy of the MixFight forums.

1. A +95 kg 3x3 Ismael “Mr. Pain” Londt (Suriname) vs Benny Adegbuyi (Roemenië) WOP
2. MMA Pro 75 kg Victor “Tigri” Kuku (Angola) WOP vs Djamil Chan (China/Suriname)
3. A 70 kg 3x3 Cedric Manhoef (Suriname) WOP vs Mika Tahitu (Molukken)
4. A 82,5 kg 3x3 Darryl Sichtman (Suriname) WOP vs Fernando Groenhart (Nederland)
5. A 95 Kg 3x3 Dangelo Marshall (Suriname) WOP vs Nedd Evan (Aruba)
6. C 78 Kg 3x3 Valentino Brunswijk (Suriname) vs Marciano Bhoegwandas (Suriname) WOP

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Jerome Le Banner Stops Vitaly Akhramenko in France

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This weekend Jerome Le Banner continued his march of dominance over moderately decent competition as he fought against the promising up-and-comer that is Vitaly Akhramenko in France at Fight Night San Tropez. The fight was for the WKN Super Heavyweight Championship, which saw Le Banner stop Akhramenko in the second round in a fight that had a lot of fight fans interested. Akhramenko was a step up from some of the other competition that we've seen Le Banner against and this is a fantastic warm-up for his fight against Sergei Kharitonov at GLORY 10 Los Angeles.

The event also saw Emmanuel Payet defeating Arnold Oborotov by decision for the WKN Light Heavyweight World Title, Vladimir Mineev defeated Thiago Beowulf for the WKN Heavyweight World title and Nicolas Wambas stopping former K-1 great Stefan Leko in the fourth round in a Super Fight. Another highlight for the event was that Sylvester Stallone was in attendance at the event, most likely checking out what Jerome Le Banner does best in his home of France.

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Enfusion Live London Results

Enfusion Live held another event in London, England today, with some more of their English talent on the card. The maine vent saw an Enfusion title on the line between Rittijack Kaewsamrit and Amine Kacem.

The main event went the full five round distance, with Rittijack getting a unanimous decision win. Rittijack clearly controlled the whole fight and didn't seem to have any trouble at all. Kacem was warned multiple times for throwing elbows and had two points deducted over the course of the fight.

After a number of opponent changes, Michael Wakeling faced Yassine Metiri and won quickly with a stoppage in the first round. Wakeling overwhelmed Metiri with punches, forcing two standing eight counts and finally knocking the Frenchman down to end the fight.

A grudge match between Andrew Tate and Marlon Hunt took place on the card at 85kg, with Tate controlling the whole fight, including scoring a knockdown in the first round and forcing a standing eight count in the second round.

60kg: Rittijack Kaewsamrit def. Amine Kacem by unanimous decision.

75kg: Michael Wakeling def. Yassine Metiri by TKO in Round 1.

85kg: Andrew Tate def. Marlon Hunt by unanimous decision.

70kg: Charlie Peters def. Abdel Bechiri by unanimous decision.

Denise Kielholtz def. Christi Brereton by unanimous decision.

95kg: Adam Hart def. Remi Reblys by TKO in Round 1.

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Jerome Le Banner Successful Against Roman Kleibl

JLBFormer French K-1 fighter Jerome Le Banner continues to fight past the age of 40 and continues to have success by carefully choosing his opponents, which for a fighter of his level and age is no shame, really. I don't want to see Jerome Le Banner fight against Daniel Ghita or Gokhan Saki at this point, I want to see Jerome Le Banner go out and put on a good show, which most people seem to agree with.

That isn't to say that his opponent yesterday, Roman Kleibl, is a "can" by any stretch of the imagination, but he's simply not experienced or big enough to really stand much of a chance against a fighter like Le Banner. It was a rough start for JLB in the first round, but some of his signature kicks were able to turn the tide during the second round, possibly breaking Roman Kleibl's arm and leading to a stoppage, giving JLB yet another victory.

The rest of the card saw Kharim Ghajji and Yury Bessmeryny go to a three round war with Ghajji taking the decision victory.

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