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CMT 5 Live Results

CMT5 is taking place right now on www.GFL.TV there is still time to order if you feel like staying up all night with us. If not the results will still be here for you in the morning.

Main

Yohan Lidon vs. Michael "Bad Ass" Badato - Michael Badato Wins by KO Rd 3 (overhand right)

UnderCard

Danial "Mini T" Williams vs. Andy "Punisher" Howson - Danial Williams Wins by Decision

Tony "Disco" Manoharan vs. Cain "Insane" Brunton -  Cain Brunton Wins By KO Rd 4 (3 knockdowns)

Taylor "Hellraiser" Harvey vs. Rhys "Lightning" Windysport - Taylor Harvey Wins by Decision

Grant "Bomber" Millwood vs. Jono "Crazy Nut" Almond - Grant Millwood Wins by KO Rd 1 (right hand)

Nick "Nightmare" Atkins vs. Rob Ferguson - Nick Atkins Wins by KO Rd 1 (elbow)

Junior Tafa Milo vs. Aaron "Bubba" Cannings - Junior Tafa Milo Wins by KO Rd 3 (hand combinations)

Cyril "Cast Iron" Currie vs Bohdi "Stikos" Mckenzie - Cyril Currie Wins by KO Rd 2 (3 knockdowns all by right hand)

Adrian Ormrod vs. Allan Burt - Adrian Ormrod Wins by TKO Rd 1 (Doc stoppage due to cut from elbow)

 

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K-1 Signs Yodsanklai Fairtex to Two-Year Contract

In an interesting twist of fate considering the recent events that unfolded in Thailand with Buakaw Banchamek and K-1, K-1 has been able to secure a two-year, kickboxing-exclusive deal with one of the best muay thai fighters who ventures outside of Thailand in Yodsanklai Fairtex. They announced the deal yesterday, which comes as a bit of a shock considering the shock and outrage we saw coming from Thailand after the last event. 

Then again, Yodsanklai has been angling with a fight with Buakaw for ages now and it has simply not materialized. Yodsanklai will be competing at 70kg, which places him within the MAX division. A potential fight between Yodsanklai and K-1 MAX Champion Enriko Kehl would be nothing short of awesome, that's for sure. 

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K-1 Announces Deal in China and Three 2015 Events

If you've been wondering why K-1 has been seemingly so focused on China over the past year or so, look no further than the announcement made today by K-1 that they have secured what looks to be a pretty hefty broadcast deal in China that will reach most of the country. We had the news on the next event in China, taking place on January 1st, last week. That will be the first of ten live events that will be produced inside of China next year by K-1 through this partnership.

That first event is a China vs. USA themed event. Originally they had announced Kevin Ross and Tiffany Van Soest from the USA as fighting for the event, but due to commitments to Lion Fight Van Soest is 100% out and Ross is still trying to clear things up, but it's up in the air right now. 

According to their statement today, K-1 will be aired live on nine major, commercial broadcast network in China. I'm not kidding. Those listed are; Hunan TV, Hebei TV, Hubei TV, JiangXi TV, Anhui TV,Chongqing TV, Guangdong TV, Hainan TV, Qinghai TV. This covers most of China's population, which is estimated at 1.357 billion people. I'm not sure how to compare this to the US because China has over four times the population that the US does, but this is basically like being on one of the major broadcast networks like CBS, ABC or NBC. This partnership will make K-1 one of the most widely-viewed combat sports in the world.

K-1 has also announced two other events;

February 1st; China vs. Japan
March 28th; China vs. Thailand
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