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Saenchai Wins Kickboxing Debut in Japan, Considering Move to K-1

It’s no secret that Japan is a somewhat reclusive country when it comes to their combat sports. Ever since the fall of PRIDE and K-1, the biggest Japanese promotions have been more than content to keep their operations local and out of the public eye. The Hoost Cup is one such venue. It is one […]

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K-1 Star Singh Jaideep is Fighting MMA For the First Time Today, and You Can Watch it For Free

K-1 and GLORY kickboxer Singh Jaideep will be making his long awaited MMA debut tonight with the Super Fight League in Mumbai, India. Jaideep may not be the most well known striker in the world, but he’s certainly one of the most successful Indian fighters of all time. The 25 year old Heavyweight, training out […]

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Who Can Beat Giorgio Petrosyan? 6 Match-Ups I’d Like To See Before the King Retires

It’s one of the biggest questions in Kickboxing. “Can Giorgio Petrosyan Be Beaten?” The 70kg wizard has set atop the rankings since his meteoric rise through K-1 in 2009 and remained there ever since. He has beaten the likes of Andy Souwer, Artur Kyshenko, Mike Zambidis, Dzhabar Askerov, Albert Kraus, Robin Van Roosemalen, Yoshihiro Sato, […]

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Ruining a Legacy: Should Badr Hari Retire?

Last Saturday in Russia, Badr Hari lost in embarrassingly sloppy fashion. It was a far-cry from 2009 and his earlier performances in the K-1 Grand Prix. After seemingly giving up after the 10 count and allowing the much smaller Samedov to take the win, it has prompted many fans to ask the question- Are Badr’s […]

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Is K-1 Ever Going to Pay It’s Fighters? Mike Zambidis Think So (Yokkao Interview)

Recently, Yokkao head -promoter Stefania Picelli┬áinterviewed K-1 icon “Iron” Mike Zambidis on the 11th installment of their ongoing series: Muay Thai Combat. During the interview the Greek kickboxing legend answered questions about his opinions on past fights with Giorgio Petrosyan and Dzhabar Askerov, his gyms, and the future of the sport. Most interesting, however was […]

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