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Enfusion Live #46 Card For February 18th

On February 18th Enfusion presents one of their best cards to date with Enfusion Live #46 from Eindhoven. The card, headlined by Ilias Bulaid looking to defend the Enfusion 67kg championship against Zakaria Zouggary, should be packed with action from top-to-bottom. A rematch of the 2016 LiverKick Fight of the Year between Nordin Ben Moh and Mohammed Jaraya takes place as the co-main event for the Enfusion League

Kickboxing Talents #28 Eindhoven The Netherlands Saturday 18.2.2017

Local start time 18.30

 1. 3X3 67Kg

Khalid El Moukadam (Morocco)     Vs Anass Aaras (Morocco)

 2. 3X3 72.5Kg

Marcel Verhaar (The Netherlands)            Vs Marvin Monteiro (Cape Verde)

 3. 3X3 85Kg

Boubaker El Bakouri (Morocco)      Vs Rinus Douma (The Netherlands)

 4. 3X3 63Kg

Soufiane Kaddouri (Morocco)         Vs Pascal Koster  (The Netherlands)

5. 3X3 85Kg

Khalid El Bakouri (Morocco)           Vs        Nick Morsink (Germany)

6. 3X3 72.5Kg

Aziz Kallah (Morocco)                       Vs        Endy Semeleer (The Netherlands)

7. 3X3 Heavyweight

Fikri Ameziane (Morocco)                Vs        Daniel Sam (England)

Enfusion Live #46 Eindhoven The Netherlands Saturday 18.2.2017

Local start time 21.00

 1. 3X3 54Kg

Samantha va Doorn (The Netherlands) Vs Georgina van der Linden (The Netherlands)

2. 3X3 Heavyweight

Ismael Lazaar (Morocco)                           Vs       Martin Pacas (Slovakia)

3. 3X3 85Kg

Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco)                  Vs       Ulrik Bokeme (Congo)

4. 3X3 72.5Kg Enfusion League

Yassin Baitar (Belguim)                             Vs       Redouan Laarkoubi (The Netherlands)

5. 3X3 72.5Kg Enfusion League

Tayfun Ozcan (Turkey)                                Vs       Jonay Risco (Spain)

6. 3X3 72.5Kg Enfusion League

Nordin Ben Moh (Morocco)                                    Vs       Mohammed Jaraya (Morocco)

7. 5X3 Enfusion World Title 67KG

Ilias Bualid (Morocco)                                 Vs       Zakaria Zouggary (Morocco)

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FFC Announces Card for FFC 28 Featuring Robin van Roosmalen

FFC will continue with their mixed MMA and kickboxing cards on March 11th with FFC 28: Athens -- Greece vs. the Rest of the World (surely a mouthful). While usually we tend not to post MMA portions of cards, this one is particularly interesting as Robin van Roosmalen is scheduled for his second MMA bout against a to-be-determined opponent. 

The kickboxing portion sees two title matches, including -77kg and -85kg titles.

FFC 28: Athens: Greece vs. Rest of the World

MMA:

Robin Van Roosmalen (NED) vs. TBA, -66kg

Darko Stošić (SER) vs. Emil Zahariev (BUL), HW – title match

Filip Pejić (CRO) vs. Alexis Savvidis (GRE), -70kg

Andreas Michailidis (GRE) vs. Duško Todorović (SER), -84kg

Alexandros Papadimitriou (GRE) vs. Giannis Michalopoulos (GRE), -70kg

TBA  vs. TBA

KB:

Samo Petje (SLO) vs. Meletis Kakoubavas (GRE), -70kg

Eyevan Danenberg (NED) vs. Ivan Bilić (CRO), -77kg – title match

Denis Marjanović (CRO) vs. Andi Vrtačić (CRO), -85kg – title match

Stavros Grigorakakis (GRE) vs. Tomislav Čikotić (CRO), HW

Fionis Fotis (GRE) vs. Giannis Fezoulai (ALB), -77kg

TBA vs. TBA

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Zack Mwekassa vs. Zinedine Hameur-Lain Rounds Out GLORY 38 Tournament

The stage has been set for GLORY 38, now with the full card assembled in advance of the upcoming February 28th event. The one missing piece of the puzzle was in the show's Light Heavyweight Contender tournament, with rumors going around that it could be Stoica, or that it could be Duut. Instead we get a very-worthy Zinedine Hameur-Lain who holds a win over another tournament competitor in Ariel Machado. That means that Hameur-Lain will be taking on former Interim Light Heavyweight Champion Zack Mwekassa in what should be a slugfest.

Mwekass and Hameur-Lain is a rematch from GLORY 29, which saw Mwekassa score a decision victory over Hameur-Lain. Hameur-Lain would bounce back to win the GLORY 32 Contender's tournament, only to lose to Pavel Zhuravlev at GLORY 35. Both men want to be back in the hunt and a win here should be exactly that. 

GLORY 38 Chicago
Light Heavyweight World Title Headline Bout: Artem Vakhitov vs. Saulo Cavalari
Light Heavyweight Tournament Final Bout: Winner of Bout A vs. Winner of Bout B
Welterweight Co-Headline Bout: Richard Abraham vs. Antoine Pinto
Light Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal Bout B: Danyo Ilunga vs. Ariel Machado
Light Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal Bout A: Zack Mwekassa vs. Zinedine Hameur-Lain

GLORY 38 Chicago
Heavyweight Headline Bout: Benjamin Adegbuyi vs. Anderson Silva
Heavyweight Co-Headline Bout: Cătălin Moroșanu vs. Maurice Greene
Welterweight Bout: Murthel Groenhart vs. Thongchai
Welterweight Bout: Paweł Jędrzejczyk vs. Daniel Morales
Lightweight Bout: Łukasz Pławecki vs. Niclas Larsen

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LiverKick 2016 Awards: Event of the Year - GLORY Collision

When it came to deciding which of the many events that happened in 2016 was the event of the year it wasn't an easy decision. What metrics do you weigh this by? Attendance? Hype? Quality on paper? How exciting the show was? In a lot of ways, there wasn't one show that embodied all of these things, or even a majority of them. Unlike in the past where a K-1 World Grand Prix show would easily be the event of the year, now kickboxing is fractured and spread across the world. China is putting on shows that millions of people are watching, each show an epic, day-long affair. K-1 Japan is putting on some of the most exciting shows in the world and KNOCK OUT burst onto the scene with a KO-heavy first event.

Yet, which event actually did the most for the sport of kickboxing? That answer was simple; GLORY Collision. The sold out event in Germany was a triple-header, featuring title fights, tournaments and the dream bout between Rico Verhoeven and Badr Hari. While the question can be asked if the event actually delivered the action promised, the reality was that it was a full arena, it had fans across the world interested in kickboxing and there was a big fight feel for the first time in a very long time. How GLORY is able to capitalize on that is up to them, but it has people in Europe reconsidering kickboxing as a big sport again and had more eyes than kickboxing has had in quite a while. 

 

The 2016 LiverKick Awards

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