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Vendetta VI Results: Sergio Wielzen back with a win

Vendetta VI took place yesterday in Vienna, Austria with fighters coming from around Europe to face some of Austria's best.

Sergio Wielzen previously had gone winless in 2012 but finally managed to get a win as he knocked out Sasa Jovanovic in the first round with a left hook. This is a good win for Wielzen, especially with the fight being at 63.5kg and gives him some momentum going into 2013.

Another It's Showtime veteran and fast rising up and comer from FF Carbin, Duoli Chen stopped Shkodran Veseli in the third round with a knee to the liver. Chen has now won two in a row since his loss to L'houcine "Aussie" Ouzgni and looks to have a bright future around 77kg. Apparently the fight was a war.

Aziz Kallah is also an up and comer from FF Carbin, but lost via disqualification to Foad Sadeghi in the fourth round. Kallah was dominating the fight by all accounts but was disqualified for low blows.

The Austrians did manage to get some wins though. Fadi Merza knocked out England's Jason Woodham in the second round while David Keclik scored a TKO of Errol Koning via spinning elbow. FF Carbin's Mika Tahitu lost a unanimous decision to Lirim Ahmeti, who comes from Fox Gym and is coached by Robert Fuchs. All accounts suggest that Ahmeti fought very well. A number of other Austrians also won in both kickboxing and MMA.

K-1 HW: Muamer Tufekcic def. Tomaz Simonic by unanimous decision.

K-1 63.5kg: Sergio Wielzen def. Sasa Jovanovic by KO (Left Hook) in Round 1.

K-1 76kg: Duoli Chen def. Shkodran Veseli by TKO (Knee to Liver) in Round 3.

K-1 72.5kg: Fadi Merza def. Jason Woodham by KO in Round 2.

K-1 74kg: Foad Sadeghi def. Aziz Kallah by DQ in Round 4.

K-1 81kg: Adam Evloev def. Alen Belec by TKO (Cut) in Round 1.

K-1 81kg: Fahir Batjari def. Aleksander Stankov by unanimous decision.

K-1 75kg: Sercan Dedecan def. Ales Zavec by decision.

MT 84kg: David Keclik def. Errol Koning by TKO (Spinning Elbow) in Round 3.

MT 75kg: Lirim Ahmeti def. Mika Tahitu by unanimous decision.

MMA 93kg: Mattia Schiavolin def. Nural Nazmiev by Submission (Footlock) in Round 1.

MMA 84kg: Gheorghe Gritko def. Anton Samoylov by decision.

MMA 64kg: Darko Banovic def. Mohamed Mojahid by TKO (GnP) in Round 1.

MMA 70kg: Fernano Paulon def. Leonardo Zecchi by Submission (Heel Hook) in Round 2.

MMA 86kg: Toni Markulev def. Andrzej Koleniak via TKO (Punches) in Round 1.



Local Kombat Onesti Results

Local Kombat Onesti went down today in Onesti, Romania with a bunch of up and coming Romanian fighters and some SuperKombat veterans in front of a sold out crowd of 2000 people.

The 30 year old SuperKombat and Local Kombat veteran Ionut Atodiresei won the WAKO K-1 rules world title from Spain's Aitor Eguzkiza with a five round decision.

Other SuperKombat veterans on the card included Adrian Mitu, who defeated Yasin El Hana by unanimous decision and Miodrag Olar, who lost by unanimous decision to Philippe Salmon.

SuperKombat's final event of the year will be on December 22 in Bucharest. The event will feature the finals of this year's SuperKombat WGP tournament with Benjamin Adegbuyi, Pavel Zhuravlev, Ismael Londt and Sebastian Ciobanu.

60kg: Marius Graunte def. Florin Lupu by majority decision.

69kg: Amansio Paraschiv def. Alin Span by TKO in Round 2.

72kg: Cristian Milea def. Claudiu Badoi by KO in Round 1.

85kg: Cristian Ristea def. Alexandru Nedelcu by split decision.

95kg: Danut Harduc def. Gabriel Flutur by unanimous decision.

72.5kg: Adrian Mitu def. Yasin El Hana by unanimous decision.

75kg: Philippe Salmon def. Miodrag Olar by unanimous decision.

64kg WAKO Title: Ionut Atodiresei def. Aitor Eguzkiza by unanimous decision.

MMA: Zsolt Balla def. Adrian Stoiti by KO.

MMA: Steve Banks and Alexandru Lungu fight to a no contest.



Enfusion 3: Trial of the Gladiators Live Results

Enfusion's third season comes to an end today with two tournaments. At 85kg for the men, Sahak Parparyan, Andrew Tate, Franci Grajs and Ritchie Hocking all advanced to the finals on the show and are in a four man, one night tournament. The women's tournament is the same format, and features Denise Kielholtz, Lindsay Scheer, Chajmaa Bellakhal and Lucy Payne.

The event starts live at 1:00PM ET/10:00 AM PT in North America, or 19:00 CET in Europe. Fight Network will be airing the event live in Canada and the United States while it'll be on Orange Sport in Europe. I'll be doing live play by play of the event on twitter at @rianscalia. Full fight card here.

75kg: Miljan Vidovic def. Grega Smole by unanimous decision.

88kg: Tadej Toplak def. Ivan Stanic by unanimous decision.

71kg: Mirko Vorkapic def. Luke Whelan by unanimous decision.

Women's semi final: Lucy Payne def. Chajmaa Bellakhal by unanimous decision.

Women's semi final: Denise Kielholtz def. Lindsay Scheer by unanimous decision.

Men's 85kg semi final: Andrew Tate def. Ritchie Hocking by KO (Punches) in Round 1.

Men's 85kg semi final: Franci Grajs def. Sahak Parparyan by unanimous decision.

95kg: Jasmin Becirovic def. Wendell Roche by unanimous decision.

Women's semi final: Denise Kielholtz def. Lucy Payne by majority decision.

Men's 85kg Final: Franci Grajs def. Andrew Tate by KO (Knee) in Round 1.


Tatneft Cup Results From Both Events This Week

The new season of the Tatneft Cup tournaments kicked off this week, with events taking place in its home of Kazan, Russia on November 29 and today. In total, there were four 70kg fights, four 80kg fights and four heavyweight fights, split between the two events.

We'll start off with the November 29 event, which as of now, all the videos are up on Tatneft's Youtube channel. The 70kg fights resulted in a pair of knockouts, as Tadas Jonkus stopped former Buakaw opponent Abdoul Toure in the first round, while Farkhad Ahmenjanov defeated Russia's Artur Alimirzoev with a series of liver shots in the second round.

At 80kg, Cheick Sidibe stopped Alexandros Chatzichronoglou in the fourth round after a sustained attack of knees to the body over the course of the entire fight, forcing Chatzichronoglou's corner to throw in the towel. In the other fight at the weight, Tatneft veteran Stanislaw Zaniewski took a decision against Rinat Akhmetov over four rounds.

Both heavyweight fights ended in decision, with Hicham Achalhi defeating late replacement Khanif Mirzamagomedov and Mikhail Tyuterev beating Elmir Mehic.

70kg: Tadas Jonkus def. Abdoul Toure by KO in Round 1.

70kg: Farkhad Ahmenjanov def. Artur Alimirzoev by KO in Round 2.

80kg: Cheick Sidibe def. Alexandros Chatzichronoglou by TKO (Towel) in Round 4.

80kg: Stanislaw Zaniewski def. Rinat Akhmetov by decision.

Today's event also saw its fair share of knockouts. At 70kg, Slovenia's Samo Petje scored a fourth round KO over Thailand's Robert "The Terminator" (formerly Kaennorsing). The other 70kg fight saw an under the radar upset, as Vyacheslav Borschev knocked out Ait Said in the fourth round.

80kg saw another Slovenian win, as Miran Fabjan scored a knockdown over Leonildo Evora to get a decision win. Another KO took place at 80kg, as Marino Schouten knocked out Ekapop Sor Klinmee in the first round.

Two first round knockouts took place at heavyweight, as Igor Bugaenko beat Eduardo Maiorino and Turpal Tokaev defeated Mantas Rimdeika.

70kg: Samo Petje def. Robert The Terminator by KO in Round 4.

70kg: Vyacheslav Borschev def. Ait Said by KO in Round 4.

80kg: Miran Fabjan def. Leonildo Evora by decision.

80kg: Marino Schouten def. Ekapop Sor Klinmee by decision.

HW: Igor Bugaenko def. Eduardo Maiorino by KO in Round 1.

HW: Turpal Tokaev def. Mantas Rimdeika by KO in Round 1.


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