Cage Fight Night 13 / include Outsider Cup 30

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16.06.2012 SATURDAY
EVENTMAKER  Outsider Club   Bodo Elsbeck
Cage Fight Night 13 / include Outsider Cup 30

Cage Fight Night [CFN]
Im Hauptprogramm werden die CFN Titlefights um den Leichtgewichtsgürtel stattfinden. Kamil Sauter, der amtierende CFN Leichtgewichts Champion kann dieses Jahr aus privaten Gründen leider seinen Gürtel nicht verteidigen und bat somit um die Vakantstellung seines Titels. Eine sehr sportliche Geste seinerseits. Sobald Kamil wieder kämpfen kann, wird er einen erneuten Titelkampf bekommen.
Die Kämpfer die im CFN Titel Tournament Leichtgewicht starten werden, werden in Kürze hier bekanntgegeben.
Newcomer für den OC 30 Undercard der Undercard können sich jetzt bei Bodo Elsbeck anmelden.
CFN Light Weight Title Tournament
Sébastien Herrmann  Wery Fighting Academy – France
Chris Gantham  Serious Fighter Asslar – USA
Antony Adoty   Pride Gym Düsseldorf – Germany
Hier die bisher gemeldeten Kämpfer der Undercard:
  Matthieu Nast  Wery Fighting Academy
  Sakaria Makarelli  Pride Gym
  Jérôme Schupp  Wery Fighting Academy
  Alexandros Michailidis   Planet Eater
  Niklas Horstmann  Team Undisputed Minden
  Daniel Gassner  Serious Fighter Asslar
  Dima Moor  X-Fight Germany
  Laurent  Wery Fighting Academy
  Patrick Schwarzentruber  Wery Fighting Academy
  Johan Sirguey  Wery Fighting Academy
  Paul Berdikov  Planet Eater
  Max von Kohout  Combat Club Siegburg
  Fabian Schnier  Combat Club Siegburg
  Leonard Priester  Gladiators Frankfurt
  David Borymski  Kiboju Mannheim
  Yunus Akasti  Pride Gym
  Amel Botonjic  Rhurpoot Fighters Duisburg
  Gregor Krasoka  Subfighter-Bochum
  Yusuf Verdas  X-Fight Germany
  Artur Walter  X-Fight Germany
  Moritz Goll  Academy Berlin Randori Pro
  Dimitri van den Wittenboer  Combat Club Siegburg
  Max Miller  Planet Eater
  Jérémy Schudy  Wery Fighting Academy
  Mario Wittmann  Planet Eater
  Charly Peduzzi  Wery Fighting Academy
  Vladimiros Theofanidis  Aligator Rodeo Team
  Arnold Schmidt  X -Fight Germany
Extra Fight
-71kg Mohamed Grabinsky   Pride Gym

Apocalipsis in Bilbao 6 “Resurreccion“


09.06.2012 SATURDAY
EVENTMAKER  Club Contact Gym  Javier Almeida
Apocalipsis in Bilbao 6 “Resurreccion”

Matchmaing B CLASS FIGHT / K1 / 3×2
-57kg Sarai Gustran  Club Contact  vs.  Nerea Pascual  Nicel 3
-67kg Haritz Lopez de la Calle  Astrabudua  vs.  TBA
4 men tournament -67kg / K1 / 2×2 minute / semifinals
Fight a  Ibon de la Fuente  Nicel 3  vs.  Ander Jareńo   Ukabilak   
Fight b  Arnold Akuru  Interkick  vs.  Shamo   Bushido
Tournament Final
Winner Fight a vs. Winner Fight b
Matchmaing A CLASS FIGHT / K1 / 3×3
-71kg  Sergio Sanchez K2-Indar Promotions  vs.  Othman Allach  Chakuriki-The Netherlands
-73kg  Borja Pacheco  Contact  vs.  Yoseba Dopazo  Neko Gym
-58kg  Mourat Oatirou  Club Contact  vs.  Jesus Pony Branco  RR Team
-63.5kg  Dani Carrillo  La escuela Madrid  vs.  Samir el Jout  Chakuriki-The Netherlands
-62.5kg  Javier „Javitxin“ Saez  Club Contact  vs.  Alberto „Berto“ Lazaro Muay Thai Euskadi
-63.5kg  Fernando Gandarias   Logrońo  vs.  Andoni Iglesias Kanku-Burlada
-67kg  Kepa Alonso  Neko Gym  vs.  Mikel Rodriguez Kuraia -Donosti

IV Battle of Lund

Battle of Lund 4

EVENTMAKER  RealFighter  Toni Guinovic
PICTURE  Part I  Part II

RealFighter Matchmaking
START 4 p.m.
1. Rasmus Olsson  WIN (3:0 POINT)  (Karlstad Muay Thai [SWE])  vs.  Abdi Mohammed  
(Rinkeby Muay Thai [SWE]) -57 KG / B-class
2. Anna Tatjana Lie  WIN (3:0 POINT)  Frontline Muay Thai  NOR  vs.  Martina Marcinelli  Boxe Chieri ITA -55kg / B-class
3. Jonatan LjungströmWIN (3:0 POINT)  RealFighter  SWE  vs.  Younse Lastat  (DEN) -65kg / B-class     START MAIN EVENT 5 p.m.
4. Prudencio AyiteWIN (2:1 POINT)  RealFighter  SWE  vs.  Daniel Lopez  Frontline Muay Thai  NOR -63,5kg / B-class
5. Marijeta Milic  Malmö Muay Thai SWE vs.  Therese Gunarsson  WIN (0:3 POINT)  (Helsingborg Muay Thai [SWE]) -51kg / B-class
6.   Soufian Touti  Siam Muay Thai Gym  DEN  vs.  Kardo Karaman  WIN (RSC CUT)  (019 Muay Thai  [SWE]) -63,5kg / B-class
7. Elna Nilsson  WIN (3:0 POINT)  RealFighter  SWE  vs.  Amy Nicoll  KO Bloodline  ENG -60kg / B-class
8. Johan Franzén  WIN (2:1 POINT)  Malmö Muay Thai  SWE  vs.  Hamza Bougmza  (Rinkeby Muay Thai [SWE]) -60kg / B-class
9.   Karam Salman  WIN (TKO CORNER STOP)  RealFighter  SWE  vs.  Youssef Assouik  Siam Muay Thai Gym  DEN -62kg / B-class
10. Mikkel Lund  Mikenta  DEN  vs.  Mathias Jonsson  WIN (0:3 POINT)  (Tullinge Muay Thai [SWE]) 63,5KG / B-class
11. Genc Uka  (CA Kristianstad [SWE])  vs.  Rhassan Mouharrab  WIN (1:2 POINT)  Mikenta  DEN -67kg / B-class
12. Sanja Trbojevic  
WIN (3:0 POINT)  Malmö Muay Thai  SWE  vs.  Jaleesa Alfons  Scorpio Gym  NED -70kg / B-class / Female
13. Kittisak Noiwibon  WIN (3:0 POINT)  RealFighter  SWE  vs.  Vladimir Ionescu  Boxe Chieri  ITA -67kg / A-class
Thank you Toni Guinovic RealFighter to invite the FIGHTER LEGION®
Den 26:e maj är det för fjärde gången dags för Sveriges (och Skandinaviens) fetaste thaiboxningsgala. Battle of Lund 4 erbjuder A- och B-matcher i världsklas…  
PICTURE 24.09.2011 Part I   Part II

IT´S SHOWTIME Edition 57&58 – Peter Aerts vs. Tyron Spong


30.06.2012 SATURDAY
Peter make his retirement fight in the Benelux.





PETER AERTS’ final fight in the Low Countries ended in disappointment as the Dutch heavyweight legend suffered a third round stoppage defeat to Tyrone Spong in Brussels.

Aerts received a fitting standing ovation for his ring walk as the main atttraction on IT’S SHOWTIME editions 57 and 58 – sponsored by Music Hall and BFN Group – at Forest National.

But victory escaped him on a night when IT’S SHOWTIME announced the groundbreaking news they have sold their company to Glory as Spong recovered from a slow start to drop him with a right hook which landed high to the side of the head.

Aerts rose at the count of six but referee Joop Ubeda waved the contest off after deciding the Dutch Lumberjack was not in a fit state to fight on.

“I had the feeling I could continue,” said Aerts after the fight. “It was the last round and there was maybe one minute left.

“I think I was ahead on points at the time, and in the second round I caught him and he was dizzy.

“Of course it’s not the result I wanted, but I asked straight after for a rematch and hopefully it can be arranged.”

Aerts outworked a sluggish Spong in the first round despite being on the back foot for most of it, although the second session was a lot more competitive.

Spong stepped on the gas in the third and landed a right to the chin which froze Aerts on the spot, then delivered the decisive blow after backing him to the ropes near a neutral corner.

Andy Souwer won widely on points to end Chris Ngimbi’s reign as the IT’S SHOWTIME 70kg MAX champion, although one judge bizarrely scored the five-round fight a draw.

Ngimbi held his own in the first round but Souwer held all of the aces after that, proving the more active and diverse of the two with boxing combinations, knees and low and high kicks.

“I think maybe one round was even and I took every other round, even though one judge didn’t agree,” Souwer said.

“But I don’t care about that , I won and never got into problems. It’s another title for my two sons.”

In the night’s other title fight, Danyo Ilunga retained the IT’S SHOWTIME 95kg MAX belt on points after an entertaining battle with Belgian Filip Verlinden.

Verlinden staggered the defending champion with a first round knee but Ilunga recovered quickly, setting a high tempo with his hands.

Tall and rangy, Verlinden kept pitching in and the crowd got right into the action as he clipped Ilunga with a high kick and the pair went toe to toe in a rousing finale.

Heavyweights banged it out in three of the most enthralling fights, with Daniel Ghita thrilling the Belgian audience with a two-round annihilation of Bosnia’s brave Dzevad Poturak.

Poturak came to fight but Ghita showed exactly why many kicboxing fans think he is the best big man in the world right now with a ruthless display of body kicking.

The Romanian dropped Poturak twice in the opening round with sickening rib kicks and put him down for the count with another booming shin to the midsection.

Ghita’s former teammate Mourad Bouzidi scored the most dramatic single-shot finish of the night – a gruesome second round broken nose stoppage of Rustemi Kreshnik.

New father Bouzidi had lost to Kreshnik previously but made amends big time as the Albanian switch hitter ducked into a right knee which not only flattened his nose, but spread it in about five different directions as well.

Much-improved Rico Verhoeven showed his narrow points win in Romania over Hesdy Gerges was no fluke as he floored the former IT’S SHOWTIME super heavyweight champion with a first round right hand on the way to a unanimous points victory.

Gerges suffered a suspected broken right hand at the end of the second round and had to use his left exclusively in the third.

The last time Robin van Roosmalen fought at Forest National he left the arena as the Fast and Furious tournament champion after three dynamic performances.

But he was on on the wrong end of an upset on this occasion as late replacement Hafid El Boustati ripped open his left eye with a second round knee, forcing a stoppage on the ringside doctor’s advice.

Armenia’s Marat Grigorian produced one of the evening’s most dynamic performances as he outscored Moroccan prospect Aziz Kallah.

Kallah had to be respected in the first round as he let fly with jumping knees, but Grigorian kept the pace and pressure high as he raced away after that, leaving Kallah marked up under his left eye.

Surinam’s Andy Ristie is one of the best up and coming fighters in the 70kg division and supplied further evidence of his potential with a first round mugging of Samir Djabba.

Ristie wasted no time in dropping bombs from all angles on the Frenchman and the fight was all over in about a minute.

Other main card results: Sonny Dagraed beat Fatih Ozkan, points; Duoli Chen beat Vahap Ozdemir points; Robbie Hageman beat Mandela Antone, points.
Pre-programme results – Cankurtaranoglu Cenk beat Vincent Gloris, points; Kirk Krouba beat Bertran Bertoni, third round retirement; Thomas Vanneste beat Yassine Bouanan, tko 2; Cedric de Keirsmaecker beat Perego Leftero, tko 2; Jahfarr Wilnis beat Sam Tevette, ko 3.
ON the Glory deal, IT’S SHOWTIME CEO Simon Rutz said: “For many years our companies have been fighting each other, having a war of words.

“War, most of the time, is never good. The war stops now. We have sold our company to Glory.

“The reson why is that I strongly believe that Glory is the future. Glory has all of the elements to be number one in the world fighting business.

“Everybody wants to see the best fighters in the world in one team, and now we have it.

“It wasn’t good that we had two competing organisations – 50% of the fighters fighting here, 50% there.

“Now we have the best fighters and the best promoters in the world, and the best audience.

“What was also important was that we found good investors, and now we have that.

“I understand that some people will be wondering what is going on with all of this news.

“But believe me, this is the biggest step in kickboxing history.

“From this moment on, we will see the best fighters fighting each other and not in competition.

“I’m really proud that we can form what I believe will be the best company in world kickboxing history.”

Bas Boon, president of Glory Sports and Golden Glory, added: “We have the best fighters, period. Glory will set a new standard in the kickboxing world.

“I have to especially thank Pierre Andrade, the chairman of investors for making all of this possible.

“Watch out for some spectacular fights in future.”

June 30th 2012 Brussels Belgium
During the its showtime Belgium event the great fights were overshadowed by a huge announcement.
In an emotional speech Simon Rutz called the founder of Golden Glory and president of Glory Sports Bas Boon to the ring.
After years of rivalry Simon announced he sold his company it’s showtime to Glory Sports.
Simon will work together to build Glory sports into the nbr 1 kickboxing brand in the world and said that
this move is the best for the competition in kickboxing in the history of the sport.
1. Cankurtaranoglu Cenk  WIN by POINT  vs.  Vincent Gloris
       -73KG / B-class / K1 / 3×3 minutes
2. Bertrand Bertoni  vs.  Kirk Krouba  WIN by GIVE UP
       Heavy Weight / B-class / K1 / 3×3 minutes
3. Yassine Bousanan  vs.  Thomas Vanneste  WIN by TKO 2. ROUND
       Heavy Weight / B-class / K1 / 3×3 minutes
4. Nordin Benmoh  WIN by POINT  vs.  Perego Leftero
       -75KG / A-class / K1 / 3×3 minutes
5. Jahfarr Wilnis  WIN by KO 3. ROUND  vs.  Sem Tevette
       Heavy Weight / A-class / K1 / 3×3 minutes
       Matchmaking It´s Showtime Edition 57 start at 6 p.m.
1. Vahap Özdemir  vs.  Duoli Chen  WIN by POINT
       -77K / K1 / 3×3 minutes
2. Mandela Antone  vs.  Robbie Hageman  WIN by POINT
       -70KG / K1 / 3×3 minutes
3. Aziz Kallah  vs.  Marat Grigorian  WIN by POINT
       -73KG / K1 / 3×3 minutes
4. Rico Verhoeven  WIN by POINT  vs.   Hesdy Gerges FIGHTERHEART
       Heavy Weight / K1 / 3×3 minutes
5. Mourad Bouzidi  WIN by POINT   vs.  Rustemi Kreshnik
       Heavy Weight / K1 / 3×3 minutes
6. Andy Souwer SOUWER POWER  WIN by POINT  vs.   Chris Ngimbi THE AFRICAN WARRIOR
       -70KG / K1 / 5×3 minutes
       Matchmaking It´s Showtime Edition 58 start at 9 p.m.
1. Samir Djabba  vs.  Andy Ristie THE MACHINE  WIN by KO
       -70KG / K1 / 3×3 minutes
2. Fatih Ozkan  vs.  Sonny Dagraed  WIN by POINT
       -73KG / K1 / 3×3 minutes
3. Filip Verlinden  vs.  Danyo Ilunga DIBUBA  WIN by POINT
          -95KG / K1 / 5×3 minutes
4. Hafid El BoustatiTHE ROCKE  WIN by MEDICAL STOP CUT  vs.  Robin van Roosmalen POKERFACE
          -70KG / K1 / 3×3 minutes
5. Dzevad Poturak  vs.  Daniel Ghita THE SAVAGE SAMURAI  WIN by KO 2. ROUND LIVER
       Heavy Weight / K1 / 3×3 minutes
         Retirement fight in Benelux from Peter Aerts
6. Tyron Spong KING OF THE RING  WIN by TKO 3. ROUND  vs.  Peter Aerts DUTCH LUMBERJACK
          Heavy Weight / K1 / 3×3 minutes
       Quiz Summary
Number of questions: 3
Number of submissions: 171
Average Points: 2.64
Average Score: 88.11%
1. Vladimir Ionesco (Italy)
2. André Steffen (Germany)
3. Conny Segers (Belgium)
4. Richard Konu (The Netherlands)
5. Talha Tunc (Germany)


The number 1 heavyweight in the world will fight on June 30 in Brussels, Belgium! Also on the fight card: Peter Aerts vs Tyrone Spong, world title fight 70kg between Andy Souwer and champ Chris Ngimbi, world title fight 95kg max between Filip Verlinden and champ Danyo Ilunga and many many more.
       PRESS RELEASE 20.06.2012
In comparison to the fight card we have previously announced for our upcoming event ‚Music Hall & BFN Group present IT’S SHOWTIME 57 & 58‘ on June 30 in Brussels, Belgium, some changes have been made. Most of the dropouts were due to injuries or because fighters didn’t get medical clearance as a result of knockout losses in the past weeks.
Jerome Le Banner won’t fight against Rustemi Kreshnik, despite the fact that there was an agreement for this fight, even by Jerome Le Banner himself. However, we have enough of the antics of Team Le Banner and we wish him and his seconds all the best. Rustemi Kreshnik will now face Mourad Bouzidi. Bouzidi defeated Kreshnik by medical intervention in 2010, so Kreshnik gets the change to avenge his loss, with the support of his home crowd.
The current number 1 heavyweight in the world, Daniel Ghita, will square off with Dzevad Poturak in Brussels. These fighters have gone to war twice and this rubber match will decide who scores the 2-1 in his favor. Anyone who has seen their two previous fights knows that these were real slugfests.
Hafid El Boustati will replace Harut Grigorian. Grigorian didn’t get clearance to fight after his knockout loss in Madrid, May 28. El Boustati is in amazing shape and Robin van Roosmalen will have to bring his A-game to score a victory.
There will be 2 IT’S SHOWTIME world title fights on the June 30 card. Filip Verlinden will try to dethrone Danyo Ilunga in the world title fight for the 95kg max belt. Chris Ngimbi will defend his world title in the 70kg max weight division against Andy Souwer.
Peter Aerts has been focusing on his fight against Tyrone Spong for the past months. This fight already promises to be a historical fight between the old and the new generation. Despite that this will be the last fight of Peter Aerts in the Benelux, Tyrone Spong will try anything that’s necessary to spoil Aerts’ party.
PRESS RELEASE (25.04.2012)
Peter Aerts: „I will come to Brussels to knock Spong out“. Nobody missed the fact that Music Hall & BFN Group present IT’S SHOWTIME 57 & 58 will take place on June 30 in Forest National. None other than the living legend PETER „LUMBERJACK“ AERTS will fight his last match for the Benelux fans. Aerts really didn’t want an easy fight for this retirement as he chose TYRONE SPONG.
We visited Aerts in his new K1-Aerts-Dojo and asked him about his upcoming fight with TYRONE Spong. Click here to watch the entire interview. Don’t forget to subscribe to our new YouTube channel and make sure you don’t miss a thing!
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Slamm VII – The Netherlands vs. Thailand


27.05.2012 SUNDAY


Youth Muay Thai 2×2 minute
-48kg Damian Johansson Bonjasky Academy  vs.  Tony Jas Jr (TB Den Haag) draw

N-class Muay Thai 3×1,5 minute
-70 kg 3×1,5 Romano Duin Simon Gym  vs.  Winston Fernandez (Team Verhaegh) win by point
-100 kg 3×1.5 Moreno Dorder Simon Gym  vs.  Marinho Gordon Bonjasky Academy win by point

C-class Muay Thai 3×2 minute
-63 kg 3×2 Gilliano Olieberg Days Gym win by point  vs.  Marcello Cusimano (MT Palermo Italy)
-76 kg 3×2 Ilona Geluk (Bari Gym)  vs.  Roos Borst (Ben Ali Gym) win by point

B-class Muay Thai 3×3 minute
-68 kg 3×3 Kevin Bromet Days Gym  vs.  Gino Dixon (Team van de Berg/Hanse) win by point
-70 kg 3×3 Mohammed el Messaoudi Simon Gym  vs.  Kevin Hesseling (KB Haarlem) draw
-80 kg 3×3 Cedric Simson (Ropi Gym) win by point  vs.  Fernando Goodings Mejiro Gym Friesland
-95 kg 3×3 Tarik Khbabez (TB Den Haag) win by point  vs.  Yassin Bensellam (Ajuau & Etta Gym)

A-class Muay Thai 3×3 minute
-75 kg 3×3 Matthias Ibssa Mousid Gym  vs.  Alka Matewa (Belgium) win by point
-58 Kg 3×3 Denise Kielholtz Team Slamm win by point  vs.  Kateřina Svobodová (Czech, Slovak)
-80 kg 3×3 Errol Koning (Ropi Gym) win by TKO round 2  vs.  Omar Amrani Tempel Fightschool

A-class Muay Thai 3×3 minute (K-1 rules)
-70 kg 3×3 Robbie Hageman Golden Glory Helmond   Siam Gym
vs.  Romano Morjoner The Colosseum win by point
-72 kg 3×3 Giga Chikadze (Georgia) win by point  vs.  Otman Allach (Pancration)

A-class Full Muay Thai rules 5×3 minute
– 61 kg Ilias el Hajoui Ali Fit Gym  vs.  Pornsane Sitmonchai win by point
-72,5 Kg Miles Simson (Vos Gym/Real Fighters) win by point  vs.   Nonsai Sor Sanyakorn
-70 kg Faldir Chahbari   Best of the East NED win by point  vs.   Bovy Sor Udomsorn
-70 kg Mohamed Khamal (Vos Gym/Real Fighters) win by medical stop round 2
vs.  Saiyok Pumphangmuang

Still one week remaining until the main event.

On Sunday the 27th of May SLAMM Events presents the long awaited Muay Thai Boxing spectacle SLAMM VII – The Netherlands vs. Thailand in which Sporthal Stedenwijk, Almere shall be transformed into a true Thai-boxing Arena. During this event our own Dutch natives shall fight against the top of Thailand. Beside it also The Best of The Netherlands. Will show what they are made of and the programme shall be further combined with MMA and even more sensational fights.

With this line-up every Thai-box lover has a fair reason to be present at this spectacle. And due to the occasion of this true spectacle, SLAMM. Events has a nice surprise in store for the fans: Through Facebook 10 entrance cards will be raffled!! Are you linked to Slamm and do you also want to purchase a golden ticket? Change your Facebook profile picture into the poster SLAMM VII – The Netherlands vs. Thailand . The winners shall randomly be chosen and will have the chance to be a part of this huge Thai-boxing event!! So do you also want to be one of the 10 lucky winners, get the chance to cheer on your favorites on May of 27th and witness how the fighters will battle each other on Full Muay Thai rules? Then turn the SLAMM VII – The Netherlands vs. Thailand poster into your Facebook profile picture and get the chance to win an entrance card.

SLAMM VII – The Netherlands vs. Thailand …The Saga Continues…


On Sunday the 27th of May 2012, Almere will once again become the stage for the new edition of “Holland vs Thailand. After a period of absence this concept will once again return to the Dutch soil. In November 2009 part VI was organised in the Top Sport hall of Almere, were the audience was able to enjoy four top fights, and in addition to this the “Best of Holland” programme. Anuwat Kaewsamrit was not able to conquer the role of audience favorite against the upcoming talents Mohamed Khamal and Mosab Amrani, who had a fight against Anuwat one year earlier, surprisingly knocked out Bovy sor Udomsorn in the first round. Finally it all ended in a draw for Thailand. The unapproachable Saiyok Pumphangmuang who fought for the first time on a Slamm!! Event made sure that Warren Stevelmans didn’t have a lot to bring into the fight. One year earlier, during his re-entrée, Fikri Tjarti also had to acknowledge Saiyok as his master, who at the moment still remains undisputed outside Thailand. Also the well-known Yodsaenklai Fartex won an impressive fight on points against Khalid Bourdif.

In the period of absence the organisation was often requested when the next Slamm!! Event would be organised. After a re-organisation the composition changed and behind the scenes the organization has worked very hard to bring back this concept. The goal was and will always be to bring the absolute top from Thailand to the Netherlands and to have them fight on full Muay Thai rules against Dutch opponents. In that same way the Dutch audience was a witness to the fact that Slamm!! was the organization who promoted top fighters such as Buakaw por Pramuk, Saenchai Sor Kingstar, Koaklai Kaennorasing, Saiyok Pumphangmuang, Yodsaenklai Fairtex, Anuwat Kaewsamrit, Bovy sor Udomsorn and Samranchai 96Penang on Dutch soil for the first time. The composition of the Thai delegation changed throughout the years, but the goal remained the same and the audience was treated with absolute top Muay Thai fights. Due to this Slamm!! is being acknowledged by the connoisseurs as the “favorite.” Not only the Thai fights guaranteed this, but also the composition of the remaining fights caused a lot of buzz. Also the hit between Joeri Mes and Andy Souwer has become a classic in the mean time. Due to this way of match-making Slamm!! has become the Dutch promoter of full Muaythai both locally as well as abroad.

For part VII, which is now planned to be held in the Sporthal Stedenwijk in Almere, Slamm!! has a lot in store once again. We are going back to the roots, especially since the first Slamm!! event was also held in this location where Marco Pique fought against Buakaw Por Pramuk. In a sold out hall this huge matchmaking should once again be achievable. Instead of launching the entire matchmaking we have decided that this time the promotion of the event will be combined with a contest. We hereby launch a number of names of the fighters of the “Holland vs Thailand” and the “Best of Holland” programme. The person who is able to put together the entire matchmaking of “Holland vs Thailand”, in else the four fights, will be the winner of two free entrance cards. To prevent any confusions, there are 12 fighters, of which 4 will not fight in the “Holland vs Thailand” programme, but who will participate in the “Best of Holland” programme. Put together the list in this topic and who knows you might be one of the first to win two cards. The remaining fans have the opportunity to buy their entrance cards for the special pre-sale price of Euro 32,50 until the 31st of March. These cards are available at all Free Record Shop branches ,online on the Slamm!! Facebook and


Op Zondag 27 mei zal Almere wederom het toneel gaan vormen voor de nieuwste editie van “Holland vs Thailand”. Na een periode van afwezigheid zal het concept weer terugkeren op Nederlandse bodem. In november 2009 werd deel VI georganiseerd in de Topsporthal te Almere, waar het publiek kon genieten van een viertal toppartijen, aangevuld met het “Best of Holland” programma. Anuwat Kaewsamrit kon zijn favorietenrol niet waarmaken tegen het opkomende talent Mohamed Khamal en Mosab Amrani die een jaar eerder dé partij van het jaar vocht tegen Anuwat sloeg verrassend Bovy sor Udomsorn neer in de eerste ronde. Voor Thailand eindigde het uiteindelijk toch nog in een gelijkspel. De ongenaakbare Saiyok Pumphangmuang die voor de eerste keer op een Slamm!! evenement vocht zorgde ervoor dat Warren Stevelmans weinig had in te brengen. Een jaar eerder moest Fikri Tjarti tijdens zijn rentree in het muaythai al zijn meerdere erkennen in Saiyok, die op dit moment nog steeds onverslagen is buiten Thailand. Ook de bekende Yodsaenklai Fairtex won in een mooie partij op punten van Khalid Bourdif.

In de periode van afwezigheid kreeg de organisatie vaak de vraag voorgelegd wanneer het volgende Slamm!! evenement georganiseerd zou worden. Na een reorganisatie is de samenstelling verandert en heeft men hard gewerkt achter de schermen om weer het concept terug te brengen. Doelstelling was en is altijd geweest om de absolute top uit Thailand naar Nederland te brengen en ze hier op volledig Thaise regels laten vechten tegen Nederlandse opponenten. Zo was het Nederlandse publiek getuige van het gegeven dat Slamm!! de organisatie was die toppers zoals Buakaw por Pramuk, Saenchai Sor Kingstar, Koaklai Kaennorasing, Saiyok Pumphangmuang, Yodsaenklai Fairtex, Anuwat Kaewsamrit, Bovy sor Udomsorn en Samranchai 96Penang voor de eerste keer op Nederlandse bodem promootte. De samenstelling van de Thaise delegatie veranderde door de jaren heen, maar de doelstelling bleef gelijk en het publiek werd getrakteerd op absolute top muaythai partijen. Mede door dit gegeven word Slamm!! door de kenners gekenmerkt als de “liefhebbers” Niet alleen de Thaise partijen stonden hiervoor garant, maar ook de samenstelling van de overige partijen maakte veel tongen los. Zo is de kraker tussen Joeri Mes en Andy Souwer inmiddels een klassieker geworden. In binnen en buitenland is Slamm!! door deze manier van matchen dé Nederlandse promotor van het full Muaythai geworden.

Voor deel VII die gepland staat in de Sporthal Stedenwijk in Almere is Slamm!! weer enorm veel van plan. Men gaat terug naar de roots, aangezien het eerste Slamm!! evenement hier ook werd georganiseerd waar Marco Pique het op nam tegen Buakaw Por Pramuk. In een uitverkochte zaal zal dit met een dikke matchmaking opnieuw te realiseren zijn. In plaats van de gehele matchmaking te lanceren hebben we deze keer besloten om de bekendmaking van het evenement te combineren met een prijsvraag. Bij deze lanceren we een aantal namen van de vechters van de “Holland vs Thailand” en “Best of Holland” programma’s. Wie de gehele matchmaking , dus degene die de 4 partijen daarmee kan samenstellen van “Holland vs Thailand” wint meteen twee vrijkaartjes. Er zijn dus 12 vechters, waarvan er 4 niet in de “Holland vs Thailand” zullen vechten, maar wel in de “Best of Holland”, om onduidelijkheden te voorkomen. Stel in deze topic dus de lijst samen en wie weet ben je één van de eersten met twee kaarten. De overige liefhebbers kunnen tot 31 maart gebruiken maken van de speciale voorverkooprijs van 32,50. Deze kaarten zijn te verkrijgen via alle filialen van Free Record Shop en online op de Slamm!! Facebook en

Glory World Series First 16


26.05.2012 SATURDAY
Glory World Series First 16
Jason Jones  (WIN Submission “Armbar” in Round 1)  vs.  Dritan Bartamaj
Ilir Latifi  (WIN unanimous decision)  vs.  Tony Lopez
-70kg Final 16
Shemsi Beqiri  WIN split decision  vs.  Yoshihiro Sato
Tim Thomas  WIN unanimous decision  vs.  Dennis Schneidmiller
Robin van Roosmalen  WIN unanimous decision  vs.  Dzhabar Askerov
David Kyria  WIN unanimous decision  vs.  Kem Sitsongpeenong
Ky Hollenbeck  WIN TKO  vs.  Michael Corley
Sanny Dahlbeck  WIN unanimous decision  vs.  Warren Stevelmans
Albert Kraus  WIN unanimous decision  vs.  Mohammed El Mir
Giorgio Petrosyan   WIN unanimous decision  vs.  Fabio Pinca
-76kg Super Fight:
Nieky “THE NATURAL”Holzken  WIN TKO  vs.  Alex Harris
Heavyweight Super Fight:
Gokhan “THE REBEL” Saki  WIN KO left cross  vs.  Carter Williams
GLORY Heavyweight Title Fight
Semmy “SEM” Schilt  WIN TKO left cross  vs.  Errol Zimmerman

Albert Kraus(The Netherlands), Yoshihiro Sato(Japan), Fabio Pinca(France), Dzhabar Askarov(Russia) and more to come. The Fighters will aim to make it into the GLORY Final 70kg Championship which has a Winners purse of US$ 300,000.
The Superfight on the evening is Semmy SEM Schilt vs. Errol Zimmerman. GLORY is planning four events before the end of the year. After Sweden its the FINAL of the 70kg Championship at the end of August and then two more dates for the Heavyweight Championship which will see a total of US$ 400,000 at stake! Fighters already signed for the heavyweight class are Peter THE DUTCH LUMBERJACK Aerts(The Netherlands), Brice Guidon(France), Jerome Le Banner(France), SemmySEM Schilt(The Netherlands), Gokhan THE REBEL Saki(Turkey), Errol Zimmerman(Curacao), Sergey Kharitonov(Russia) and more.
About us:
GLORY is the trademark of Glory Sports International (GSI). Our tournament series is GLORY World Series. Its management team includes industry veterans Cor Hemmers
Bert Van Der Ryd and Martijn De Jong. GSI is lead by President Marcus Luer.
GLORY Sports is head by President Bas Boon.
Ticket sales GLORY WORLD SERIES (Stockholm): Available from 16 April 2012. TICNET.SE or +46-771-31-00-00
Line-up for GLORY WORLD SERIES Tournament fights:
First 16 – 70KG – 26th May 2012 Stockholm:
1.) Giorgio Petrosyan (Italy) vs Fabio Pinca (France)
2.) Max Vorovski (Estonia) vs Sanny Dahlbeck (Sweden)
3.) Robin van Roosmalen (The Netherlands) vs Dzhabar Askerov (Russia)
4.) Ky Hollenback (USA) vs Michael Corley (USA)
5.) Yoshiro Sato (Japan) vs Shemsi Beqiri (Swiss)
6.) Dennis Schneidmiller (Germany) vs Qi Chenglong (China)
7.) Kem Sitsongpeenong (Thailand) vs Cosmo Alexandre (Brasil)
8.) Albert Kraus (The Netherlands) vs Mohamed El Mir (Denmark)
Line-up GLORY WORLD SERIES Super Fights – 26th May 2012 Stockholm:
1.) Nieky THE NATURAL Holzken (The Netherlands) vs Alex Harris (Sweden)
2.) Semmy SEM Schilt (Netherlands) vs Errol Zimmerman (Curacao)
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Fight Beat – Muay Thai – K1


23.06.2012 SATURDAY
Munich / Germany / Deutschland
EVENTMAKER: Fighbeat (Ivka Wieser) WEBSITE

Name event: Fightbeat – Muay Thai – K1
Location: Hotel Sportarena SV 1880
Adress: Tübingerstraße 10, 80686 Munich, Germany
Country: Germany / Deutschland
Open:6p.m. / 18 Uhr
Start time: 7 p.m. / 19Uhr
Ivka Wieser
WEBSITE     +49 (0) 176 21006862

Athens vs. Melbourne all Stars


02.06.2012 SATURDAY
Melbourne / Australia / Australien
Athens vs. Melbourne all StarsWEBSITE

Athens vs. Melbourne 02.06.2012 – Fearless Pride – Promotion video

Fearless Pride Promotions brings a world class kickboxing event to Melbounre.
will have a spectacular extravaganza combining international sports and music entertainment professionals. Comprising of seven world class Kickboxing and Muay Thai fights of the highest standard and special guest singer Petros Imvrios from Greece.
Proudly sponsored by i-Select this event showcases top sporting athletes from around the globe in an All Stars kickboxing battle. The magnificent Melbourne Pavilion will come alive on 02.06.2012. Doors will open at 18.30 pm with the show time starting at 19.00 pm.
Adding to Melbournes long list of world-class sporting events, this year will be see a new breed of martial arts events. On 02.06.2012 the face of from two brilliant teams,
Athens vs. Melbourne will feature superb sporting athletes which will step into the ring. Including two world champions alongside beloved Greek singer Petros Imvrios.
The most famous Kickboxer on the planet for more than two decades. Stan“THE MAN”Longinidis will be leading the seven top fighters from Melbourne and around the world, against the legendary Greek trainer George Mallios . They are both keen to take home the winning trophy of best team.
Stan „THE MAN“ Longinidis – Athens vs. Melbourne 02.06.2012 – Fearless Pride

The main event is for the globally recognised World Kickboxing Federation title in the under 78 kg division. This epic fight will be between the four times World champion from Greece Giannis “THE PSYCHO” Sofokleous and the finest combat athlete from Australia Eric “DIAMOND CUTTER” Diamantenstein.
In support of the main event a further six fights will feature superb sporting athletes including Melbourne favorite former three time world title holder Baris “WONDERKICKER”
Nezif and many more from around the globe.
In addition to all the fighting PETROS IMVRIOS will be singing and entertaining throughout the night. Petros Imvrios is a famous beloved Greek singer and musician in his first Australian appearance.
The fight card is shaping up to be a night to remember
Main Event
Greek hero and four times world champion Giannis “THE PSYCHO” Sofokleous is the captain of the Athens all stars team. He will take on Australian representative Eric “DIAMOND CUTTER” Diamantenstein for the World Kickboxing Federation world title at the -78 kg division in 5 X 3 Kick Boxing and K 1 rules.
Semi main event
Melbourne favorite welterweight fighter and three times world champion Baris “THE TURKISH WONDERKICK” Nezif representing Turkey is the captain of the Melbourne all stars team. He will be fighting Athens new talent Haris “MR. SOCK” Tountas for the World Kickboxing Federation Oceania title at the -78 kg division in 5 X 3 Modified Muay Thai rules.
Fight 1
Greek Kickboxing champion Alexandros “THE PROFESSOR” Chatzichronoglou current holder of the the battle the belts. Will face off with the South Pacific champion representing Papua New Guinea Mark Sondo at the 81kg division in 3 X 3 Modified Kick Boxing & K 1 rules.
Fight 2
The Muay Thai Greek champion Annis “MAD DOG” Dometiou with a record of 18 fights the challenger from Texas USA & WMF world champion Cyrus “THE BLACK DYNAMITE” Washington. In a strictly 5 X 3 Full Muay Thai rules at the -85kg division.
Fight 3
Boxing & Kickboxing female Greek champion Kallia “THE MANIATISSA” Kourouni will fight Boxing & Kick Boxing champion from Melbourne Emily Jans, for the -60.0 kg division in a Modified 3 X 3 Kick  Boxing battle.
Fight 4
Greek champion Nectarios Ouzounis will fight against another prestige challenger from France. The WMC Mediteranian Muay Thai champion Mickael Francoice at the 72 kg division in Modified 5 X 3 Thai Boxing rules.
Fight 5
The junior of the Athens Team Stelios “PRETY BOY” Papadopoulos will fight another talented boy from Melbourne Alexi “THE GREATA” Petroulias at the -67kg division in Modified 5 X 2 Kick Boxing & K 1 rules.
Cynthia „LADY DRAGON“ Rothrock – Athens vs. Melbourne 02.06.2012 – Fearless Pride

Don „THE DRAGON“ Wilson – Athens vs. Melbourne 02.06.2012 – Fearless Pride