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Originally Posted by Grandmaster
Another fight that is a must is Hisanori Maeda vs Ryuji Kajiwara, which may give Zambidis-Chahid a run for it's money.
This is probably the best Kickboxing fight I've ever seen. All I can say is wow. What year did this fight take place? This fight is way better than Chahid vs Zambo and that used to be one of my favorite fights ever. Man I've been sleeping under a rock. Good shit.
Michael Thompson an amazing karateka, tough as nails & arguably one of the best kickers of his era - trained at the Tokei in South London - moving there in a few months time hopefully under Sensei Orlando Roach .
'Sacrifice yourself to accomplish what you desire.'
Hoost started a lot better but Remy started catching up in round #2. The combination ending with the uppercut in the extra round was probably what got Remy the victory, since Hoost was unable to penetrate Remy's defense.
I remember seeing a backstage video after the fight where Hoost was really pissed about the decision.