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Enfusion Live #38 Results

Enfusion ran their 38th numbered event in the Netherlands this weekend where they saw two world titles were on the line, both champions successful in their defenses. Mohamed Boubkari defeated Mickael Yapi via TKO for the Enfusion -95kg world title and Ibrahim El Boustati defeated Miroslav Cingel for the -85kg world title.

Enfusion also announced their Enfusion League, which will span the year. Details in the video.

RESULTS Enfusion Live #38 The Hague, The Netherlands Saturday 2.04.2016

1. 3X3 -54Kg FEMALE

Samantha Van Doorn (The Netherlands) Vs Lorena Klijn (The Netherlands) 

Winner: Samantha Van Doorn (The Netherlands) Points

2. 3X3 -72.5Kg

Redouan Laarkoubi (Morocco) Vs Aziz Kallah (Morocco) 

Winner: Aziz Kallah (Morocco) Points after a 4th Rd

3. 3X3 -72.5Kg 

Yassin Baitar (Morocco) Vs Rafal Dudek (Poland)

Winner: Yassin Baitar (Morocco) Points

4. 3X3 Heavyweight

Fikri Ameziane (Morocco) Vs Serkan Ozcaglayan (Turkey)

Winner: Fikri Ameziane (Morocco) Points after a 4th Rd

5. 3X3 Heavyweight    

Hicham Achalhi (Morocco) Vs   Utley Meriana (Curacao)

Winner: Hicham Achalhi (Morocco) Points

6. 5X3 ENFUSION WORLD TITLE -95Kg

Mohamed Boubkari (Morocco)Vs Mickael Yapi (France)

Winner: Mohamed Boubkari (Morocco) Winner 3rd Rd TKO

7. 5X3 ENFUSION WORLD TITLE -85Kg

Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco)Vs Miroslav Cingel (Slovakia)

Winner: Ibrahim El Boustati (Morocco) Points

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WLF Glory of Heroes Results: Jauncey Victorious with Headkick KO

Shenzen was hopping tonight as WLF's Glory of Heroes card took place there and delivered some big action. Alex Pereira defeated Israel Adesanya via decision, Yi Long picked up every bit of sketch of a decision as you'd expect in China against poor Enriko Kehl and Josh Jauncey defeated Xu Yan in spectacular fashion. The big story here was Josh Jauncey picking up a KO victory over K-1 veteran Xu Yan. It happened in the third round via a headkick and it was quite a sight to behold. Xu Yan raised his hand to show that he was alright while he was on the way down to the mat, not to get up before the bell.

Here are the full results from the event thanks to Kiksie.

(Stream – Starting around 18.10 Local Time)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Andrei Ostrovanu (Romania) def. Zhang Dezheng (China) by Unananimous Decision (30-26 30-26 30-26)

Kickboxing – 56KG

Gong Yanli (China) def. Christi Brereton (United Kingdom) by Split Decision (29-28 29-28 28-29)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Zhao Chunyang (China) def. Harley Love (New Zealand) by Unanimous Decision (29-28 29-28 29-28)

Kickboxing – 85KG

Yurii Zubchuk (Ukraine) def. Guo Qiang (China) by Unanimous Decision (29-28 29-28 29-28)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Daniel Solaja (Germany) def. Hu Yafei (China) by Unanimous Decision (29-27 29-27 29-27)

*Daniel Solaja missed weight and was deducted 1 point going into the fight 

MMA – 63KG

Ilia Kurzanov (Russia) def. Ji Xian (China) by Submission (guillotine choke) in Round 1

Kickboxing – 70KG

Jixiang Adai (China) def. Imamura Takuya (Japan) by Unanimous Decision (29-27 29-27 29-27)

(Henan TV Broadcast – Starting around 21.15 Local Time)

Kickboxing – 60KG

Kong Long (China) def. Nogami Yusuke (Japan) by Unanimous Decision (30-27 30-27 30-27)

Kickboxing – 68KG

Tie Yinghua (China) def. Fabio Pinca (France) by Split Decision (29-28 29-28 28-29)

Kickboxing – 85KG

Alex Pereira (Brazil) def. Israel Adesanya (New Zealand) by Unanimous Decision (29-28 29-28 29-28)

Kickboxing – 63KG

Wei Rui (China) def. Nakamura Yukiya (Japan) by KO in Round 1

Kickboxing – 71KG

Yi Long (China) def. Enriko Kehl (Germany) by Unanimous Decision (29-28 29-28 29-28)

Kickboxing – 63KG

Deng Zeqi (China) def. Joan Manuel Lique Cañaveral (Colombia) by KO in Round 1

Kickboxing – 67KG

Qiu Jianliang (China) def. Jomthong Chuwattana (Thailand) by Unanimous Decision After an Extra Round (10-8 10-8 10-8)

*Jomthong Chuwattana missed weight and was deducted 1 point going into the fight 

Kickboxing – 70KG

Josh Jauncey (Canada) def. Xu Yan (China) by TKO in Round 3

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WLF's Glory of Heroes Card and Streams for April 2nd

On April 2nd in China WLF kicks off their Glory of Heroes events with a pretty big card featuring some familiar names. While the undercard is mostly local showcases, the main card features Israel Adesanya against Alex Pereira, which is a huge fight, Yi Long against Enriko Kehl and Xu Yan against Josh Jauncey in the main event. 

Kiksie has a breakdown of all of the stream options available for this card (and there are a LOT), so check those out.

(Stream – Starting around 18.10 Local Time)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Zhang Dezheng (China) vs. Andrei Ostrovanu (Romania)

Kickboxing – 56KG

Gong Yanli (China) vs. Christi Brereton (United Kingdom)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Zhao Chunyang (China) vs. Harley Love (New Zealand)

Kickboxing – 85KG

Guo Qiang (China) vs. Yurii Zubchuk (Ukraine)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Hu Yafei (China) vs. Daniel Solaja (Germany)

MMA – 63KG

Ji Xian (China) vs. Ilia Kurzanov (Russia)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Jixiang Adai (China) vs. Imamura Takuya (Japan)

(Henan TV Broadcast – Starting around 21.15 Local Time)

Kickboxing – 60KG

Kong Long (China) vs. Nogami Yusuke (Japan)

Kickboxing – 68KG

Tie Yinghua (China) vs. Fabio Pinca (France)

Kickboxing – 85KG

Israel Adesanya (New Zealand) vs. Alex Pereira (Brazil)

Kickboxing – 63KG

Wei Rui (China) vs. Nakamura Yukiya (Japan)

Kickboxing – 71KG

Yi Long (China) vs. Enriko Kehl (Germany)

Kickboxing – 63KG

Deng Zeqi (China) vs. Joan Manuel Lique Cañaveral (Colombia)

Kickboxing – 67KG

Qiu Jianliang (China) vs. Jomthong Chuwattana (Thailand)

Kickboxing – 70KG

Xu Yan (China) vs. Josh Jauncey (Canada)

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GLORY 28 ESPN Ratings See Dip Thanks to NCAA Action

Do you have March Madness? I sure know that I don't, but I'm weird and don't really follow sports outside of ones where people punch and kick each other, so your mileage may vary. What I do know is that a lot of people get pretty obsessed with college basketball around this time of year and that much was for certain this past weekend when ESPN2 found a spot for GLORY 28 at 9pm eastern on Sunday. 

Weeks after the event happened and there was an ESPN3 live stream we finally got a basic cable airing of GLORY 28 and the ratings weren't spectacular. Then again, the competition was a NCAA showdown between Notre Dame and North Carolina which pulled in over 10 million viewers. A lot of factors went into the ratings for GLORY 28 coming in at 133,000 this time around and honestly, I'm not concerned. There was just a new deal announced between the two and we can look forward to some events even airing live on ESPN2. [source]

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