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GLORY 3 Rome - Final 8: Live Results

GLORY 3 Rome - Final 8 takes place today from Rome, Italy, featuring a one night, eight man tournament at 70kg for a grand prize of $300 000, also crowning the lightweight champion of GLORY. Full fight card here. Note that Yoshihiro Sato has replaced Albert Kraus.

We'll be providing live results as they happen. The event starts live at 3:30 PM ET/12:30 PM PT in North America and 20:30 CET in Europe. You can watch the event live, here on LiverKick by clicking here. For live updates and play by play, we'll be on Twitter at @rianscalia, @SandersonSensei and @Liverkickdotcom.

Preliminary Card:

MMA: Ivan Musardo def. Giorgio Belsanti by Submission (Rear Naked Choke).

70kg: Julian Imeri def. Emannuele Raini by decision.

72.5kg: Ricardo Lecca def. Giuseppe D'Amuri by KO in Round 1.

MMA: Cesario di Domenico def. Davide Dolce by submission.

Main Card:

70kg Reserve Fight: Warren Stevelmans def. Dzhabar Askerov by decision.

70kg Reserve Fight: Alessandro Campagna def. Fabio Pinca by decision.

70kg Quarter Final: Giorgio Petrosyan def. Ky Hollenbeck by TKO (Injury) in Round 2.

70kg Quarter Final: Davit Kiria def. Shemsi Beqiri by decision.

70kg Quarter Final: Robin van Roosmalen def. Tim Thomas by TKO (Ref Stoppage) in Round 2.

70kg Quarter Final: Sanny Dahlbeck def. Yoshihiro Sato by TKO in Round 2.

72.5kg: Alka Matewa def. Marco Re by decision.

70kg Semi Final: Giorgio Petrosyan def. Davit Kiria by decision.

70kg Semi Final: Robin van Roosmalen def. Sanny Dahlbeck by TKO (Body Shot) in Round 3.

70kg: Jordan Watson def. Mustapha Haida by decision.

70kg Final: Giorgio Petrosyan def. Robin van Roosmalen by decision.

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Superkombat World Grand Prix IV Live Results

Superkombat's final qualification Grand Prix event is taking place today in Arad, Romania, and as always Liverkick has got you covered with live results.

The card features the typical Superkombat qualifying four-man tournament, with Goran Radonjic taking on Rhazvan Ghita on one side, and Steve Banks fighting Roman Kleibl on the other. There are also four superfights on the card, including Toni Milavonic facing Andrei Stoica, and the headliner, Dzevead Poturak against Sebastian Ciobanu.

The event kicks off at 21:00 CET in Europe, and begins in North America  at 3 PM ET/12 PM PT. It will be airing live on Eurosport. Follow me @SandersonSensei on twitter for live updates. Click here for the full card.

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Super-fight (-72 kg): Claudiu Badoi def. Alex Tropimov by KO (left hook) in Round 1.

Tournament Semi Finals:

HW Semi-final: Razvan Ghita def. Goran Radonjic by decision.

HW Semi-final: Roman Kleibl def. Steve Banks by TKO (Leg kicks) in Round 3.

Super Fight (-95 kg): Andrei Stoica def. Toni Milanovic by decision.

Super Fight (+125 kg): Alexandru Lungu def. Deutsch Pu'u by KO (Punch) in Round 2.

Super Fight (+96 kg): Sebastian Ciobanu def. Dzevad Poturak by decision.

National Title Local Kombat Romania (75 kg) Miodrag Olar def. Adrian Mitu by decision.

HW Final: Roman Kleibl def. Razvan Ghita by decision.

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TK2 Results: Sudsakorn, Adamandapoulos Victorious In Marseilles

The other prominent event that took place in France yesterday was TK2 World MAX 2012, in Marseilles.

Atop the card was Sudsakorn Sor. Klinmee, the popular Thai fighter who was coming off a surprising loss to Mickael Piscitello by cut at Thai Fight in France last month. Sudsakorn faced Cedric Castagna, an experienced French fighter in kickboxing and full contact. Sudsakorn was expected to win and of course, that's what he did as he won a decision over Castagna.

Also on the card was one of Marseilles' most popular fighters and LiverKick's own #6 on our lightweight rankings, Thomas Adamandopoulos. He faced Cyril Abbas, another fighter from the Marseilles area with a full contact background. Adamandopoulos did the same as Sudsakorn and won a decision. Next for him is a fight with LiverKick #4 lightweight Karim Bennoui.

In another interesting lightweight match-up, France's Modibo Diarra and Cedric Peynaud were match up with the winner in my eyes establishing himself as an upper echelon fighter. Both fighters had lost to Thomas Adamandopoulos in the past. Modibo Diarra got the win via decision, and with it, probably comes closer to another fight with Adamandopoulos. Their first fight was under full contact rules, with Diarra getting stopped in the third round.

A four man tournament took place at 72kg with France's Jeremy Ragazzacci taking on Belgium's Edgar N'Zunga on one side and France's Mohamed Diaby fighting Spain's Antonio Gomez Cortes. Ragazzacci advanced to the final with a decision win and Diaby knocked out Gomez Cortes in the first round. In the final, Diaby won a decision over Ragazzacci. This was Diaby's return to kickboxing after qualifying for the Olympics in boxing.

Nicolas Parlanti def. Yoan Scardato by TKO in Round 1.

Reserve: Samba Bocar def. Wilfried Martin by KO in Round 3.

Semi-Final: Jeremy Ragazzacci def. Edgar N'Zunga by decision.

Semi-Final: Mohamed Diaby def. Antonio Gomez Cortes by KO in Round 1.

Wallid Haddad def. Sekou Dembele by decision.

Final: Mohamed Diaby def. Jeremy Ragazzacci by decision.

Thomas Adamandopoulos def. Cyril Abbas by decision.

Sudsakorn Sor. Klinmee def. Cedric Castagna by decision. 

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Fabio Pinca Back With A Win At Time Fight 2

Yesterday was a busy day in France with two prominent events happening. Time Fight 2 took place in Tours, after many major changes to the fight card.

The main event featured Fabio Pinca in action against Dutch kickboxer Tayfun Ozcan at 67kg, after the originally scheduled main attraction in Houcine Bennoui vs. Damien Alamos was pulled from the card. Pinca ended up being too much for the young Ozcan under Muay Thai rules, winning by TKO in Round 3. After a string of incredibly tough opponents, it was good to see Pinca get back in the win column with an easier fight. Pinca dominated in the clinch with knees and Ozcan couldn't continue after suffering a broken arm. 

In other action on the card, Team Nasser K's Issam Reghi rebounded from a loss to Sudsakorn Sor. Klinmee and won a decision over the long time veteran Marco Pique. Aziz Hlali handed Bobo Sacko the first loss of his career via decision. Another Team Nasser K fighter, Amine Kacem, who's very young, got the biggest win of his career to date with a win over the established French veteran Albert Chey via decision. Definitely keep an eye out for Kacem.

Fabio Pinca def. Tayfun Ozcan by TKO (Broken Arm) in Round 3.

Issam Reghi def. Marco Pique by decision.

Aziz Hlali def. Bobo Sacko by decision.

Amine Kacem def. Albert Chey by decision.

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