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Postby AlexisVilaMyHero » Mon Jul 04, 2011 6:56 pm

I'll keep this updated as much as I can. Feel free to add any other fights that happened in the last week.


Week of July 2nd 2011:


Boxing:
Pongsaklek Wonjogkam vs Takuya Kogawa Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Rd 6 Rd 7 Rd 8 Rd 9 Rd 10 Rd 11 Rd 12
World #1 Flyweight Pongsaklek defends WBC belt against borderline top 10 Japanese fighter Kogawa.

Ola Afolabi vs Terry Dunstan
Top 10 Cruiserweight Afolabi faces mid-tier British fighter on the Haye/Klitschko undercard.

Wladimir Klitschko vs David Haye
No description needed for this one. Most hyped Heavyweight fight in >5 years.

Celestino Caballero vs Jonathan Barros
WBA Featherweight title between Mayweather-trained Caballero and top 10 opponent Barros in Argentina.

Hernan Marquez vs Edrin Dapudong Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
Hernan "Tyson" Marquez, a top 5 flyweight, defends his WBA belt against a decent fighter in Dapudong.

Edgar Sosa vs Julio Paz
A lot of flyweight action this week. WBC Paper Champion Sosa fights a can in Mexico. If he and Pongsaklek both win they will fight next.


Muay Thai/Kickboxing
Vladimir Konsky vs Lomesam Sor Chockkitchai
Recently released video of WPMF 69.9Kg Intercontinental Title from a THAI FIGHT Eastern Europe event.

Vladimir Moravcik Vs Diesellek Topkingboxing
72.6 kg match from the same event. It's Showtime vet Moravcik takes on well-known Thai fighter Diesellek.

Chokprecha Kor Sakooncher vs Wanchalong Sitzornong
Lumpinee Stadium 115 Pound Champion Chokprecha faces Wanchalog in a 116-pound non-title fight

Petchasawin Seatransferry Vs Chok Eminentair Part 1Part 2
Top 10 Thai Welterweight Chok, takes on Petschasawin in a 143-pound affair

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Re: Weekly Global Fight Video Thread

Postby kushfight » Thu Jul 07, 2011 3:56 pm

Spolier



Writing as im watching; Vlad vs Lomesam.
Vlad comes out very cocky in the first seconds, instantly throwing a high kick, missing, and getting hit with a front kick. He has the opposite style of most thai fighters, who like to start slow in rd 1 feeling each other out. Vlad landed good solid shots in the duration of the round,a variety of efficient attacks. Lomesam landed some decent kicks through out the round but didn't seem to have the same type of power behind them as Vlad did behind his attacks. Vlad is visibly the stronger man in this contest.
Round two starts out with a good low kick from the lomesam followed by a volly of attacks from each fighter none doing an emance amount of damage, they tie up in the clinch for a minute then Vladdy lands some beautiful body shots that look painful, causing lomesam clinch. Lomesam continues landing decent kicks like rd 1 but Vald is landing more effective punches everytime lomesam lands a kick. After a few decent punches vald manages to trip Lomesam. After he returns to his feet lomesam gets hit with more punches by vald, starting to look tired lomesam seems to be fading. Right as I think that lomesam is fading, he hits Vlad with a front kick to the face. The attack didn't do much damage though, vlad just continues coming forward. They tie up again this time Vlad lands some damaging elbows and good knees also. By the end of round 2 you should have a sense where this fight is going.
Round 3 starts out great with a hug and a KD :). The fighters come out after the bell lomesam embraces vlad, vlad seems like he just wants to destroy. They seperate, a good combo is landed by vlad then he drops lomesam with a series of punches. After the KD Vlad comes like a bat out of hell attempting to land an arsenal of different attacks, landing some solid shots. Some great elbows are being landed by Vlad in the clinch/collar tie position. After quite a few dangerous elbows and one directly to the forehead, Lomesam drops to the ground like a rag doll once again. The match is over, Lomesam lies in pain, taking a couple minutes to sit up and look around in a haze. Vlado bows in honor accepting his victory and aknowledging the crowd. Very entertaining fight Vlad being extremely dominant, I look forward to seeing more from him, Straight badass.
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Re: Weekly Global Fight Video Thread

Postby AlexisVilaMyHero » Fri Jul 08, 2011 12:15 am

Good summary. Yeah Konsky looked impressive. Those were some vicious elbows. Him and Moravcik would be nice additions to It's Showtime's 70 kg and 73 kg divisions, respectively.
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Re: Weekly Global Fight Video Thread

Postby ndizzle » Sun Jul 10, 2011 3:57 am

saenchai vs kongsak July 07,2011
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Silva (jojo)(seb) vs Fitch (ndizzle)
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Re: Weekly Global Fight Video Thread

Postby AlexisVilaMyHero » Sun Jul 10, 2011 4:22 pm

^thanks ndizzle. Biggest Thai fight in a while. I recommend it. Saenchai is one of the best kickfighters in the world and Kongsak is a worthy opponent.



Week of July 9th 2011:


Boxing:
Jessie Vargas vs Walter Estrada
Vargas is an up-and-coming, Roger Mayweather-trained, undefeated Mexican-American light welterweight. He faces Estrada, a Colombian journeyman coming up from Lightweight with a recent win over Nate Campbell. This might be a taste of things to come in Rios/Antillos with the young undefeated Mexican-American prospect going up against an older fighter looking to make it a brawl.

Lucien Bute vs Jean Paul Mendy
Bute is, according to a lot of websites, the #1 Super Middleweight in the world, but he doesn't face the best competition. This fight is no different. Mendy isn't a scrub but he isn't in the top 10.

Chris Arreola vs Friday Ahunanya
From the Williams-Lara non-televised undercard. Two heavyweights known for their appearances on Friday Night Fights clash. Arreola is in better shape than ever and looks to show he's ready for the big fights again as he faces Nigerian journeyman Ahunanya.

Jhonny Gonzalez vs Tomas Villa
From the same card, Gonzalez, a top 5 featherweight takes on Tomas Villa, a mid-tier Mexican fighter. There's a spoiler in the title if you care about those things.

Akifumi Shimoda vs Rico Ramos Part 1Part 2
Shimoda, a top-5 Super Bantamweight, defends his belt against an undefeated up-and-comer who recently cracked the top 10, Rico Ramos.

Brandon Rios vs Urbano Antillon
This lightweight fight (possibly Rios' last) promises to be a brawl of epic proportions as both fighters were in FOTY candidates their last time out.

Paul Williams vs Erislandy Lara Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4
Watching this fight made Stephen A. Smith proclaim "Dana White should be the boss of boxing". Both fighters are looking to bounce back in this fight, Williams from his crushing KO at the hands of Sergio Martinez, and Lara from a disappointing draw against Carlos Molina (also in action this week). WARNING: There are spoilers for the Ramos/Shimoda fight in the commentary to this one.


Muay Thai/Kickboxing
Kaew Fairtex vs Ninmongkol Kaennorsing
138 Pound fight between two fighters from world-renowned gyms. Kaew is a top fighter at the gym that features Yodsanklai and Naruepol, and Ninmongkol is a standout from Kaennorsing, home of K-1 vet Kaoklai.

Mladen "Dynamite" Kujundzic vs Anatoliy Nosyrev*
"Rhinos Series" Final 16 match from Saturday's Fight Code event. The 20-year-old Kujundzic has been thrown in the deep ends of both MMA and Kickboxing very early and was last seen getting choked out in an MMA match against Denis Stojnic at an Ultimate Glory event. His opponent is the WAKO-Pro Super-Heavyweight Full-Contact Kickboxing Champion, a Russian with 10 times as many wins as Mladen has fights.

Freddy Kemayo vs Orhan Karalioglu*
French K-1 vet Kemayo takes on the 24 year old 68-1 Turkish-German Golden Glory Berlin product in another Fight Code Rhinos Series Final 16 match in Istanbul.

Babak Rustamov vs Fikri Arican*
67 kg "Prestige Fight" from the same event. Undefeated Rustamov takes on 24-1 local favorite Arican.

*The Fight Code videos may require registration, but it is free and they offer free & legal streams for their future events so its worth registering imo.
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Re: Weekly Global Fight Video Thread

Postby AlexisVilaMyHero » Sun Jul 17, 2011 5:38 am

Week of July 16th 2011


Boxing:
Firat Arslan vs Lubos Suda Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5
Turkish-German cruiserweight Firat Arslan, who has been calling out Marco Huck, tries to avenge a 2003 loss to Czech Boxer/Kickboxer Lubos Suda.

Pawel Wolak vs Delvin Rodriguez
The thread title says it all. Early frontrunner for FOTY in all combat sports.

Marco Huck vs Hugo Garay Part 1Part 2Part 3
Marco Huck defends his WBO Cruiserweight belt against Hugo Garay, an Argentine top 50 fighter who recently came up from Light Heavyweight.

Rafael Marquez vs Eduardo Becerril Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5Part 6
Younger brother of Juan Manuel Marquez and legend in his own right Rafa Marquez faces a guy who frankly has no business being in the ring with him, on paper anyway. Becerril is 12-7, with 8 of those wins coming against people with 1 career win or less.


Muay Thai/Kickboxing
Sagetdao Phetpayatai vs Phetboonchu F.A.Group
This is a leftover from the Saenchai-Kongsak mega-card. Sagetdao, the last man to beat Saenchai, faces Phetboonchu, another top fighter in what is arguably Muay Thai's most stacked division.

Stefan Leko vs Catalin Morosanu, Bogdan Stoica vs Hakan Aksoi, and a 4-man HW tournament featuring Mighty Mo, Mladen Brestovac, Ismael Londt and Sebastian Ciobanu
SuperKombat, one of the 3 major European promotions vying to take K-1's place there held another event yesterday. Keep an eye on Bogdan Stoica, a 21-year-old who has looked really impressive in his recent outings, as he defends his 89 kg WAKO PRO belt.

Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee vs Alonso Aitor
:D :D :D If you haven't seen Sudsakorn fight, do it. Not only does he have good power and excellent combinations, but he is hilarious in the ring. Fighting him must be the most frustrating thing ever.

Buakaw Por Pramuk vs Gilmar China
K-1 Legend Buakaw was back in action at Thai Fight Extreme in Hong Kong. His opponent is a mid-tier Brazilian fighter, but hey, its Buakaw.

Yodsanklai Fairtex vs Karim Ghajji
Yodsanklai AKA "The Boxing Computer" is considered by many to be the man to beat Giorgio Petrosyan. Sunday in Hong Kong he faced a very credible opponent, Karim Ghajji, who has wins over Yohan Lidon and Marat Grigorian and comes in to the fight on an 11-fight winning streak.
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Re: Weekly Global Fight Video Thread

Postby AlexisVilaMyHero » Mon Jul 25, 2011 6:56 am

Week of July 23rd 2011


Boxing:
Antonio Tarver vs Danny Green
We'll find out if Tarver has anything left when he goes up against top cruiserweight Danny Green for the IBO title in Australia.

Orlando Salido vs Kenichi Yamaguchi
Top 3 Featherweight Salido back in action in Mexico in more of a tune-up fight than anything else. Yamaguchi is tough but has no significant wins really.

Tyson Fury vs Dereck Chisora
As turned-off about Heavyweights as you may be after Haye-Klitschko, this was reportedly a good one. Fury and Chisora were both undefeated going in, and one of them wasn't coming out.

Amir Khan vs Zab Judah Part 1Part 2
Promises to be a very good fight from the up-and-coming Khan and the still-dangerous Zab.


Muay Thai/Kickboxing
Hiromi Amada vs Tsutomu Takahagi, Fabiano Aoki vs Joey Kaptai, Erika Kamimura vs Titiana van Polanen, in that order
The main fights from RISE.80 were quietly broadcast on their ustream channel this weekend. K-1 vet Amada and Takahagi are fighting for a potential spot in the RISE HW GP that will reportedly include Mighty Mo and Stefan Leko. The other two fights are RISE vs Team Andy Souwer fights. Kaptai and van Polanen train with Souwer. Fabiano "Cyclone" Aoki is probably best known for his 2 wins over Singh Jaideep. Kamimura "The Strongest Female High School Student" is a WPMF champion and recently looked very good against RENA in an exhibition Shootboxing match.

Ikkyusan Kor Roongtanakiat Vs Sittichai Sitsongpeenong Part 1Part 2
Sittichai, a youngster from Kem's gym faces Ikkyusan in a 145-pound match.

Liam Harrison vs Justin Greskiewicz Part 1Part 2
This was the main event from The Warrior's Cup XII, the first full thai rules event in the state of New Jersey. Somewhat well-known British fighter Liam “The Hitman” Harrison faces American Justin “The Purple People Eater” Greskiewicz.

Sam-A Kaiyanghadaogym vs Tingtong Chor Koyuha-Isuzu
Its been a pretty slow week so here's a Thai fight from the 7th that recently surfaced on the web.
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Re: Weekly Global Fight Video Thread

Postby kushfight » Fri Jul 29, 2011 7:21 pm

Much thanks again JCVD for this thread. I don't have much access to the internet anymore and when I do it's for short periods of time. This thread helps out immansely cutting down the time looking for links and keeping me updated.
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Re: Weekly Global Fight Video Thread

Postby AlexisVilaMyHero » Sat Jul 30, 2011 1:09 pm

^np kush. This thread originally came about via me trying to organize links for myself, but I figured it could help others too, especially with so much good boxing going untelevised, the K-1 situation, and quality kickboxing being so scattered.
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Week of July 30th 2011


Boxing:
Beibut Shumenov vs Danny Santiago Part 1Part 2
Light Heavyweight paper champion Shumenov takes on American Danny Santiago.

Edison Miranda vs Yordanis Despaigne Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4
The co-main event from Friday Night Fights promised to be a good action fight. After you watch, discuss the ending here.

Lamont Peterson vs Victor Manuel Cayo Part 1Part 2Part 3
The main event from FNF. The winner will be a mandatory challenger for Amir Khan's belt.

Ana Maria Torres Vs Jackie Nava
Long-awaited rematch to an April war between two Mexican rivals. This was reportedly a fight that even people who don't like Women's boxing could enjoy.


Muay Thai/Kickboxing
Slow week for kickboxing. Here are some random Thai fights:
Panuwat Por Petchseri vs Mapralong Dtawandaengkonkaen

Nongmai Teeded 99 Vs Kanongsuk Sor Srithong

Kingchang Kor Saklamphun Vs Wangchannoi Sitauubon Part 1Part 2
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Re: Weekly Global Fight Video Thread

Postby AlexisVilaMyHero » Tue Aug 02, 2011 4:39 am

BONUS: Here's It's Showtime 77kg Champion Artem Levin against an unknown opponent from the Russian Muay Thai Championships this weekend.
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Postby AlexisVilaMyHero » Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:16 pm

BONUS #2 - ITS FINALLY HERE:
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Re: Weekly Global Fight Video Thread

Postby AlexisVilaMyHero » Mon Aug 08, 2011 3:49 am

Week of August 6th 2011


Boxing:
Leonardo Zappavigna vs Ameth Diaz
Slow week for boxing. Here's an IBF Lightweight Title Eliminator between two good action fighters.

Vernon Paris vs Tim Coleman
Troubled young Junior Welterweight contender Vernon Paris tries to improve to 25-0 against his toughest opponent yet in 19-1 Tim Coleman.


Muay Thai/Kickboxing
Mosab Amrani vs Chi Bin Lim Part 1Part 2
The Co-Main Event from the Its Showtime Japan card that featured Petrosyan/Hinata. The winner of this will supposedly challenge 65MAX champion Orono Wor Petchpun for the belt.

Dzhabar Askerov vs Enriko Gogokhia Part 1Part 2
The Contender Asia vet and returning Taftnet Cup 70kg champion Dzhabar Askerov faces Georgian Enriko Gogokhia, best known for tough fights with Mike Zambidis and Vitaly Gurkov, in a semi-final matchup of this year's Taftnet Cup.

Maxim Smirnov vs Amin Choukoud
Semi-Final #2 of the Taftnet Cup 70kg tournament pits 25-year-old Russian Maxim Smirnov against Team Perfect's Amin Choukoud.

Buakaw Por Pramuk vs Tomoaki Makino
K-1 Legend Buakaw Por Pramuk returned to Japan this weekend, this time fighting under full Thai rules for the first time there, facing J-Network Super Welterweight champion and converted Karateka Tomoaki Makino.

Yodsanklai Fairtex vs Yasuhito Shirasu
The Contender Asia champion Yodsanklai takes on WMAF Super Welterweight champion Shirasu in what on paper looks like a gimme fight for Yod, as Shirasu has fought once in the last 2 years.

Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee vs Tomoyuki Nishikawa
Saiyok Pumpanmuang vs Kou Suman
More fights from THAI FIGHT JAPAN, as Thai favorites Sudsakorn and Saiyok face good but not great Japanese kickboxers TOMOYUKI and Kou Suman, respectively.

Artem Levin vs Vladimir Kozhemyako
Final of the 81 kg division of the Russian Muay Thai Championships. I don't usually post ammy fights here but Levin (in Red) is defending his Its Showtime belt in September against Murthel Groenhart and people should be more hyped for that.
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Re: Weekly Global Fight Video Thread

Postby animalfan10 » Tue Aug 09, 2011 4:20 am

Better version of Petrosyan vs Hinata( the quality is alittle better)

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Re: Weekly Global Fight Video Thread

Postby kushfight » Tue Aug 09, 2011 2:54 pm

BPP looked like a bat outta hell in his last fight, using every weapon in his arsenal. He didn't act as calm and collected as usual, it seemed like he wanted to end this guys night right off the bat. It was extremely enjoyable to watch, at least from a Buakaw fan. Devastating elbows! wish they were in K-1 when he competed!
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