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K-1 Gets a Date for Los Angeles: September 8th

As a part of the K-1 Rising in Madrid broadcast this afternoon, K-1 finally announced the date of the K-1 World Grand Prix in Los Angeles: US Grand Prix show. We already learned about what arena they would be booking, but were not clear on the date. Now we have a date, finally, and that date is September 8th at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. There have been no names or fights announced yet for the event, but oddly enough, Quinton "Rampage" Jackson was shown in the crowd a few times and the commentators dropped hints at Rampage Jackson moving to K-1 after his UFC contract was up. Chalk that one up to simply speculation for now, but it would not be a terrible idea to draw in fans.

K-1 in LA

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K-1 is Tomorrow, so Watch The Weigh-in Staredowns

After the blockbuster card from Glory today, K-1 has a lot to live up to tomorrow, but they seem more than willing to put forth the effort. If you were like me and were sleeping through the presser, our good friends at Staredown.nl put together a video of the (funny enough) staredowns from the K-1 press conference in Madrid, Spain, from earlier today.

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K-1 Offering Stream for Free on Sunday

K-1

Just when we thought that everything was all figured out, about an hour ago K-1 dropped a bit of a bomb on their fans; the stream of the event this Sunday will be completely free of charge. That's right, so if you were looking forward to watching the K-1 event and were not happy about paying $20 for it, it looks like you are in luck. Of course, it is not an entirely noble gesture. It turns out that the internet connection within the arena might not be cohesive with broadcasting an internet stream in HD. Read: Expect a choppy stream that will not be able to handle a decent amount of traffic.

Read the announcement from K-1 below.

"Dear all K-1 fans,

K-1 production team found the internet speed at the venue is not fast enough to support live streaming in high quality. However, they assume that internet speed is good enough to view the fight in standard quality.

We want more fans to enjoy watching exciting new K-1 show, so we decide to live stream for free of charge.

We will provide the recorded show in high quality as soon as it is ready.

We hope you all enjoy the exciting fight and feel the heat of new K-1.

K-1 Global Holdings Limited"

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Photo of the Day: Glory World Heavyweight Championship

Tomorrow Errol "Bonecrusher" Zimmerman will square off against Semmy Schilt, the four time K-1 World Grand Prix Champion and former K-1 Super Heavyweight Champion, and the winner takes home the big, new Glory World Heavyweight Championship belt. For Zimmerman, this would be his first major championship outside of the 2008 K-1 Amsterdam tournament and the 2011 SuperKombat Fight Club tournament wins.

Glory Heavyweight Championship

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