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Discussion in 'Muay Thai and Kickboxing' started by Shadess, Apr 24, 2016.
Bushiroad is so thirsty they put a gravure model as one of the official commentator (on the right)
Not sure what's up with this forum on mobile but now I can't even see embedded YouTube videos
go buy a laptop you don't wanna miss this one.
It loads then disappears into a black abyss. I briefly saw some cleavage and yes, I don't wanna miss
I owe someone $30. Ogasawara fought Franck Gross for the ISKA K-1 Rules featherweight belt in Rebels. No vids up yet, but supposedly it was a very rough fight for him. 2 downs for him, 2 for Gross.
I don't know much about Franck Gross (72-7-1), besides watching a fight where he got owned by Hakim Hamech. Ogasawara reportedly went in with an injury and I can't imagine this fight did him any favors.
Damn sounds crazy. Ogasawara got the decision though?
Yeah, still no vids but apparently Ogasawara won the unanimous decision.
This marks his 7th win in a row (27-3 overall), but he got completely chewed out in the post-fight presser by his coach/promotion producer Yamaguchi Genki.
Ouch, that stings worse than the fight. Also it seems like Umeno rebounded with a win over Suarek Rukkamui. Apparently he's been in a bit of a funk since his last loss and was contemplating retirement.
Krush.80 happens in a few hours! Not that big of an event (53kg title that Takei vacated is being contested, 45kg women's tournament kicks off), but Urabe Koya is making a comeback after Gonnapar shattered his jaw earlier this year. He fights Yannick Reine who holds an ISKA title and a win over Eddy Nait Slimani as well as Rafi Bohic. So decent competition though Koya should blow through him
New movie going to be out in October about an actor bumbling into a K-1 fight and trying to beat Takeru
Krush just posted Krush 80:
Syuji Kawarada (red gloves) vs Koji Suzuki (blue gloves) - Possible double debut
Yutaro Yamauchi(red gloves) 27-17-5 vs Kotetsu (blue gloves) 12-12-0
Takuma Kawaguchi (red) 3-2 vs Kazuki Yamagiwa (blue gloves) 1-0
Yuzuki Satomi (red) 8-4-1 vs Takeshi Watanabe (blue gloves) 9-14-2
443/Yoshimi(red) 8-8-2 vs Comachi(blue) 16-8-0 - Women's Title Semi-Final
Masanobu (red) 9-9-0 vs Hayato Suzuki (blue) 2-1-0
Takumi Tosaka (red) 23-7 vs Yuya Suzuki (blue) 10-13-1
Yuki Takeuchi (red) 2-0 vs Kazuki Yamashita (blue) 1-2
Koya Urabe (red) 45-8 vs Reine Yannick (blue) 42-5
Taito Gunji (red) 5-2-1 vs Ryusei (blue) 7-10
Koto Hiraoka (red) 4-1-1 vs Emi Matsuhita (Blue) 17-8-1 - Womens Title Semi-Final
So Tenshin is doing MMA against a former amateur boxing making his MMA debut in the Fukuoka RIZIN event (October).
Ugh. Between the Knock Out old-timer hunting and RIZIN can crushing he's completely wasting his potential. Looks like the Ogasawara fight isn't happening either. Best case scenario he declines the December Knock Out offer and fights Takeru on NYE. Worst case, he ends his year with another can crushing fight in December.
Seems like Tenshins handlers are trying to milk the cow and take no risks. Maybe we could get Takeru vs Ogasawara NYE.
gotta love the kid on the poster wearing glasses(in the left side below of Kimura)
first thing I noticed as well.
His name is Mortdecai Hugecock from Tonga. Great fighter.
Why do you always have huge cocks on your mind?
Those are the K-1 College amateur matchups. Obviously pointdexters
He probably meant to type something else but spellcheck changed it to one of his more frequent word usages.
Yes, Plazibat is a Superkombat product and a very interesting light heavyweight. He has the potential to make it to the top 10 but honestly he is worse than Belgaroui. El Bouni also does well now but for me Plazibat could be better, although not as good puncher as the Moroccan. And El Bouni is now top 10. Funny is that I know both El Bouni and Kwasi and they are both under Stoica brothers. So the talent pool is poorer.
And Spetcu is also on the card, I am happy for him. The winner between Japanese local Urabe and Spetcu will become official challenger for the title of Wei Rui.
Koya Urabe vs. Cristian Spectu
Hiramoto Ren vs Sasaki Daizo
Yamato Tetsuya vs Nakazawa Jun