|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)|
According to Dutch site at5, Badr Hari has made claims in his upcoming autobiography that Ernesto Hoost had attempt...Read more
The Voice Versus Badr Hari is just less than two weeks away now, and we've been promised one of the best english interviews that Badr Hari has ever done. If you just can't wait for it, watch this great behind the scenes video that shows the making of the Voice Versus.
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It seems like It's Showtime keeps growing and expanding, with 2011 being their breakout year. They've already put on a slew of great shows, with another coming up this weekend, but that wasn't their big news that Simon Rutz alluded to yesterday. Yesterday Rutz told people that this morning he'd make a big announcement, and it turns out the big announcement is that It's Showtime is in the process of working with a Swiss Investment bank to acquire funding to create another, possibly bigger company. This company will apparently not be in the Netherlands, but Rutz says will be great for kickboxing.
We are very proud to announce that IT’S SHOWTIME is at the point of signing the biggest financial deal ever to be made in the sport of kickboxing.
The new company which is to be founded from this collaboration will have its home ground in another country than The Netherlands. The next months will be used to decide the strategy that this company will follow. Details about this, not only for the kickboxing scene, megadeal will later be revealed during a press conference.
The reason to announce this deal already is the fact that several journalists already knew about these sensational developments, and also we thought that the combat sports fans deserved some positive news.
This deal will have only positive consequences, not only for IT’S SHOWTIME, but also for the fighters and the fans.
For the latest news, download our free IT’S SHOWTIME app on your smartphone or visitwww.fight.nl
It's Showtime Japan held a press conference today, where they formally announced It's Showtime Japan's "Countdown" show schedules, the shows will be split with REBELS Muay Thai events as well as M-1 shows in Japan. The schedule looks as such
July 18 (Mon) REBELS Differ Ariake
August 28 (Sunday) Festival Shinzyuku Huziwara FACE
September 11 (Sun) M-1 Differ Ariake
Oct 23 (Sun) REBELS Differ Ariake
November 13 (Sun) M-1 Differ Ariake
Dec. 23 (Fri.) Huziwara Korakuen Hall Festival
On top of that, two feature bouts for the first event on July 18th have been announced, which is headlined by Giorgio Petrosyan vs. HINATA at 70kgs.
65kg It's Showtime Championship Challenger Bout: Mosab Amrani vs. Chi-Bin Lim.
61kg It's Showtime Rules: Genki Yamamoto vs. Kan Itabashi
We'll have more on It's Showtime Japan as the Countdown-1 event approaches. [source]Add a comment
It's Monday morning, and you are probably at work, preparing for work or dreading work. So you might as well watch some kickboxing to kick off your week, right? This is an awesome highlight of the legendary Ivan Hippolyte made by our good friend Jill.
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Today in Geneva, Switzerland two legends of kickboxing fought it out for the ISKA Kickboxing World Super Heavyweight Title. The two had fought before in 2001 with JLB taking a unanimous decision over 5 rounds.
Today was no different, as Le Banner won a decision over 5 rounds to become the new ISKA Kickboxing World Super Heavyweight Champion. One notable difference in this fight was that the rounds were only 2 minutes. It's still a good win for Le Banner, who could seemingly retire at any moment. Leko is past his prime but 2 wins over him is very good for his already wide resume.
Also on the card, Frank Munoz took on Nicolas Wamba and lost a 5 round decision.
Thanks to FightNews for the results.Add a comment