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Heavyweight (Per 4/15)
1. Rico Verhoeven
2. Daniel Ghita
3. Gokhan Saki
4. Tyrone Spong
5. Peter Aerts
6. Errol Zimmerman up
7. Benjamin Adegbuyiup
8. Ismael Londt up
9. Hesdy Gerges up
10. Ben Edwards up

Light HW (per 4/15)
1. Gokhan Saki up
2. Tyrone Spong down
3. Danyo Ilunga
4. Nathan Corbett down
5. Saulo Cavalari

Middleweight (per 4/15)
1. Wayne Barrett
2. Joe Schilling
3. Artem Levin
4. Steven Wakeling
5. Franci Grajs

Welterweight (per 4/15)
1. Nieky Holzken 
2. Joseph Valtellini 
3. Simon Marcus
4. Marc de Bonte
5. Aussie Ouzgni

 

70kg (Per 4/15)
1. Davit Kiriaup
2. Andy Ristiedown
3. Robin van Roosmalendown
4. Giorgio Petrosyandown
5. Murthel Groenhart
6. Buakaw Banchamek
7. Dzhabar Askerov
8. Ky Hollenbeckup
9. Aikprachaup
10. Enriko Kehlup

65kg (per 1/20)
1. Masaaki Noiri
2. Mosab Amraniup
3. Yuta Kubo down
4. Sagetdao
5. Liam Harrison

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We'll be providing live results of today's Fight Code Rhinos event in Debrecen, Hungary. The show gets kicked off at 3PM EST/12PM PST. You can watch free on www.livefightcode.tv, all you have to do is sign up.

Kickboxing has been relatively slow lately in terms of events you can actually watch live so I recommend checking Fight Code out today. Chingiz Allazov and Philippe Salmon are some names to watch out for in the future. Vitaly Akhramenko is one of the most underrated heavyweights out there also and is working his way up the ladder of the division.

Results:

Prestige Fight: Chingiz Allazov vs Gabor Gorbics

Chingiz Allazov wins by TKO (Low Kicks). Allazov set the pace in the first round, slowly breaking down Gorbics. In the second, Allazov rocked Gorbics with a high kick and then put him down with a right hand. Gorbics got up but Allazov stormed him and low kicked him until the corner threw the towel.

Prestige Fight: Philippe Salmon vs Barna Szucs

Philippe Salmon wins by Decision over 3 rounds. Good, action packed fight.

Rhino Fight: Pacome Assi vs Luca Panto

Pacome Assi wins by Decision in an Extra Round. Close fight, Assi took over the extra round with his hands.

Rhino Fight: Vjekoslav Bajic vs Petr Vondracek

Petr Vondracek wins by Decision over 3 rounds. In Round 2, Bajic knocked Vondracek down but Vondracek came back at the end of the round and forced a standing 8 count on Bajic.

Rhino Fight: Mihail Tuterev vs Gyorgy Mihalik

Mihail Tuterev wins by TKO (Referee Stoppage) in an Extra Round. Tuterev knocked Mihalik down twice in the extra round and the fight was waved off.

Prestige Fight: Vitali Akhramenko vs Ivan Stanic

Vitali Akhramenko wins by Decision over 3 rounds. Akhramenko knocked Stanic down with a right cross in Round 2.

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3PM Eastern time on Saturday, August 13th at www.livefightcode.tv

Prestige fight: Chingiz Allazov vs Gabor Gorbics
Prestige fight: Philippe Salmon vs Barna Szucs
Rhino fight: Pacome Assi vs Luca Panto
Rhino fight: Vjekoslav Bajic vs Petr Vondracek
Rhino fight: Mihail Tuterev vs Gyorgy Mihalik
Prestige fight: Vitaly Akhramenko vs Ivan Stanic
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The latest in HDnet's acclaimed "The Voice Versus" series is premiering on August 19th, featuring Michael Schiavello sitting down with legendary boxer Sugar Ray Leonard. If Schiavello's past interviews are any indication, this should be a good interview with one of boxing's biggest legends.

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RutzAmidst a lot of new information and hype surrounding the return of K-1, there is at least one man who is steadfast in believing it when he sees it, and that is It's Showtime's head, Simon Rutz. Rutz is one of the few who felt the full force of K-1's silence and not following up on promises earlier this year, when the huge It's Showtime event scheduled for May in the Amsterdam ArenA fell through due to K-1. The event was set to be a co-promotion between the two mega forces when K-1 simply stopped returning phone calls. On top of that, K-1 still owe many fighters managed by Simon Rutz and co. a fair amount of money that has yet to be paid.

So rumors of K-1 transferring copyrights to a real estate company, potential new buyers and big shows coming up haven't phased Rutz, who still is taking the hard stance that until K-1 pays up, this is all smoke and mirrors. He made this statement on his Facebook page today;

Today i make myself a promise; when the K-1 don`t fix there problems before the end of this month, i organize this year a big big IT`S SHOWTIME event in the Netherlands!

This comes with some subtext that there have been rumors for a while now of It's Showtime running the Amsterdam ArenA in the fall (September or November) and going all out on their own, which seems more and more plausible with all of the success they've seen in 2011. In a perfect world, K-1 goes forward as planned and It's Showtime runs a Heavyweight tournament of their own.

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Thanks to www.muaythai2000.com for the rankings. 

 

 

 

RANKING IN MUAY THAI OF LUMPINEE STADIUM FOR July 2011
Mini Flyweight (not over 105 lbs.)
Champion: Phetmorakot Wor. Sungprapai
Title received on On Friday 25, March 2011 by Winning over Wanchai Sor.Kitisak(Champion) at Lumpini Stadium.
Next Protect the title
  1. 1. Thelek Wor. Sungprapai
  2. 2. Phetsakon F.A. Group
  3. 3. Wanchai Sor. Kitisak
  4. 4. Detkart Por. Pongsawang
  5. 5. Phet-Utong Or.Kwanmuang
  6. 6. Macky Sor. Suriyannumchok
  7. 7. Wanchana Or. Boonchuay
  8. 8. Nokkrajib Sitkoonsaopoon
  9. 9. Phet Lookmakarmwan
  10. 10. ET Phetsomnuek
Light Flyweight (not over 108 lbs.)
Champion: Lomtaley Sitzorauang
Title received on On Tuesday 8, March 2011 by Winning over Mondam Sor.Weraphon(5) at Lumpini Stadium.
  1. 1. Songkom Sakhomsin
  2. 2. Prajanchay Por. Petnumtong
  3. 3. Khunsuk P.N. Gym
  4. 4. Ritheevada Sitikoon
  5. 5. Jomvo Kor. Saklampoon
  6. 6. Mondam Sor. Weraphon
  7. 7. Phetchartshy Chaoraioo
  8. 8. Siangphet Sor. Sarawuth
  9. 9. Penthai Singpatong
  10. 10. Kusakonnoi Sitphet-Ubon

Flyweight (not over 112 lbs.)
Champion: Ekmongkol Kaiyanghadaogym
Title received on On Friday 5, March 2010 by Winning over Krittongkham Tor.Surachet(Champ) By point at Lumpini Stadium.
Protect the title on On Friday 4, February 2011 by Winning over Dejsakda Wor.Sungprapai(10) by point at Lumpinee Stadium.
  1. 1. Siangmorakot Tawan
  2. 2. Ponkrit Namplatrahoymook
  3. 3. Artaphon PIthakmuangcan
  4. 4. Pompean Kiatchongkao
  5. 5. Palangphon Chuwatana
  6. 6. Hongtonglek Chor. Farpiansee
  7. 7. Khunsueklek Or. Kwanmuang
  8. 8. Lamnummoon Sakchaichote
  9. 9. Trakoonphet Tanasakkonsong
  10. 10. Kamlaiyok Kor. Romsritong
Super flyweight (not over 115 lbs.)
Champion: Chockprecha Kor. Sakooncher
Title received on On Tuesday 3, May 2011 by Winning over Nueangthep Eminentair By Point at Lumpini Stadium.
  1. 1. Phetpanomrung Sor. Tumrungsee
  2. 2. Dejsakda Wor. Sungprapai
  3. 3. Werachai Wor. Wiwatananont
  4. 4. Wanchalong Sitzornong
  5. 5. Mongkonchai Skindewgym
  6. 6. Nopachai Kiatpataraphan
  7. 7. Kongkrai Chor. Warachai
  8. 8. Choknumchai Sitjakong
  9. 9. Newwangjan Pakornponsurin
  10. 10. Nueangthep Eminentair

Bantamweight (not over 118 lbs.)
Champion: Kaotam Lookprabath
Title received on On Tuesday 8, March 2011 by Winning over Rungpet Wor.Rungnirun(4) at Lumpini Stadium.
  1. 1. Thongchai Sitthongsak
  2. 2, Phetaik Look Bor. Kor.
  3. 3. Pajonsuek Por. Pramook
  4. 4. Nongbeer Chokngarmwong
  5. 5. Ponsawan Lookprabath
  6. 6. Kwankao Chor. Rajapatsadu-Esarn
  7. 7. Kaimookkao Chuwattana
  8. 8. Lookman Fonjangchonburee
  9. 9. Kungwanlek Petyindee
  10. 10. Yodvicha Por. Boonsit
Super Bantamweight (not over 122 lbs.)
Champion: Sam A. Kaiyanghadaogym
Title received on On Friday September 31,2008 by Winning over Deatnarong Sitjaboon(Champ) by point at Lumpinee Stadium.
Protect the title on On Tuesday 7, December 2010 by Winning over Tong Puideenaidee(1) by point at Lumpinee Stadium.
  1. 1. Ritidej Wor. Wanthavee
  2. 2. Palangtip Kor. Sapaotong
  3. 3. Tingtong Siangsawangphanpla
  4. 4. Rungphet Wor. Sungprapai
  5. 5. Tong Puideenaidee
  6. 6. Rungruanglek Lookprabaht
  7. 7. Rungphet Wor. Rungnirun
  8. 8. Chartshynoi Sor. Prasobchok
  9. 9. Kangkenlek Ioderm
  10. 10. Rajaburilek Sor. Jitpattana

Featherweight (not over 126 lbs.)
Champion: Empty
  1. 1. Phettavee Sor. Kittichai
  2. 2. Lekkla Tanasuranakorn
  3. 3. Phetaik Kiatyongyuth
  4. 4. Senkeng Jor. Noparat
  5. 5. Wutidej Lookprabaht
  6. 6. Singtongnoi Por. Telakoon
  7. 7. Mongkonchai Phetsupaphan
  8. 8. Wanchalerm Sitzornong
  9. 9. Penaik Sitnoomnoi
  10. 10. Rungrath Naratreekoon
Super Featherweight (not over 130 lbs.)
Champion: Kongsak Sitboonmee
Title received on On Friday 10, June 2011 by Winning over Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym(Champ) by point at Lumpinee Stadium.
  1. 1. Singdam Kiatmoo9
  2. 2. Jomthong Chuwattana
  3. 3. F16 Rajanont
  4. 4. Sitisak Siangsimeawgym
  5. 5. Nong-O Kaiyanghadaogym
  6. 6. Janrob Sakhomsin
  7. 7. Arunchai Kiatpataraphan
  8. 8. Orono Wor. Phetpoon
  9. 9. Rungnirun Chor. Kouyuha-Isusu
  10. 10. Sianghirun Lookbanyai

Lightweight (not over 135 lbs.)
Champion: Sagetdao Phetphayathai
Title received on On Tuesday 8, March 2011 by Winning over Phetboonchu F.A.Group(3) at Lumpini Stadium.
  1. 1. Phetboonchu F.A. Group
  2. 2. Senchai Sinbimuaythai
  3. 3. Panphet Chor. Na Patthalung
  4. 4. Wacharalek Or. Kwanmuang
  5. 5. Noppakrit Nampatahoymook
  6. 6. Superball Lookjaomaesaivaree
  7. 7. Tuantong Phumpanmuang
  8. 8. Tukkatatong Siangsimewgym
  9. 9. Nongbee Kiatyongyuth
  10. 10. Yuthajak Kaewsamrit
Super Lightweight (not over 140 lbs.)
Champion: Kongfah Auddornmueng
Title received on On Tuesday November 11,2008 by Winning over Noppadeat Saengsimaewgym by point at Lumpinee Stadium.
Protect the title on On Friday 26, February 2010 by Winning over Ramel Camel by TKO R.2 at Lumpinee Stadium.
  1. 1. Ekusung Kor. Rungtanakiat
  2. 2. Samranchai 96Peenung
  3. 3. Sitichai Sitsongpeenong
  4. 4. Saenchainoi Pumpanmuang
  5. 5. Desellek Phetsirigym
  6. 6. Saksurin Cafefarsai
  7. 7. Singmanee Kaewsamrit
  8. 8. Phetassawin Seatranferry
  9. 9. Kriangkrai Tor. Silachai
  10. 10. Bagjo Grandfish-Ubon

Welterweight (not over 147 lbs.)
Champion: Thanongdeth Chengzimaiwgym
Title received on Friday April 4, 2008 by Winning over Kaodangyai Surapichfarm by Point at Lumpini Stadium.
  1. 1. Detrit Sit-Ajanchao
  2. 2. Kem Sitsongpeenong
  3. 3. Aikpracha Meenayotin
  4. 4. Nopparat Kiatkhamton
  5. 5. Satarnpop Sit-Anupap
  6. 6. Thepsutin Phumpanmoung
  7. 7. Tanongdet Siangsimeawgym
  8. 8. Lerdmongkon S.Tantip
  9. 9. Karuhart Eakchumpon
  10. 10. Nonzai Sor. Saenyakon
Super Welterweight (not over 154 lbs.)
Champion: Saiyok Pumpanmuang
Title received on On Friday 26, February 2010 by Winning over Farid Villaume(France) at Lumpini Stadium.
Protect the title on On Saturday 30, October 2010 by Winning over Abdallah Mabel(France)(5) by point at Lumpinee Stadium.
  1. 1. Dernchonlek Sor. Sor.Niyom
  2. 2. Moset Thor. Siangtiannoi
  3. 3. Sirimongkon Sit-Anupap
  4. 4. Prakysiang Sit Or.
  5. 5. Panom Topkingboxing
  6. 6. Omsinlek Sitjekan
  7. 7. Kongjak Sor.Tuantong
  8. 8. Abdallah Mabel(France)
  9. 9. Desellek Topkingboxinggym
  10. 10. Fabio Pinca(France)
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World MAXK-1's recent purchase was bound to lead to more announcements and speculation, and outside of the rumor of the K-1 World Grand Prix Final 16 in October, there has actually been another show scheduled for September, which is looking to be the K-1 World MAX Japan tournament finals for the 70kg weight class. This is the tournament that would usually happen around February, but due to K-1's problemed year, this tournament will be happening in September instead. We've already seen a few fights in this "tournament" and are set to see the rest of the tournament unfold on the 25th of September.

It will happen in Osaka, Japan on September 25 with a host of participants planned for the show; Albert Kraus, Yuya Yamamot, Yuichiro "Jienotsu" Nagashima, Yasuhiro Kido, Yuta Kubo, Kizaemon Saiga, Yuji Nashiro, KENTA, Takafumi Morita, YOSHI and Takeshi Yokoyama. As you can tell, a mix of -63kg fighters and 70kg fighters, so it won't strictly be the 70kg tournament, much like there were MAX/70kg fights at the -63kg tournament.

It should also be noted that if K-1 wanted to hold a World MAX tournament around that time it would be impossible for them, as It's Showtime is promoting their Fast and Furious 70kg MAX tournament on September 24th. It will be two incredible days for kickboxing for sure. [source]

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