Thursday, February 19, 2009
Monday, February 16, 2009
Saturday, February 14, 2009
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
Sunday, February 8, 2009
1) Firdaus Janai (BoxxWarriors) beat Stevan Ban TNT/MMATC TEAM KO (KO 4th round)
2) Iddi Selindang Kuning (BoxxWarriors) lost to Jeri Jusoh (Malaysian Tigers) - (points)
3) Tengku Sharizal (Kuda Merah, PDRM) beat Hamdan Mokhtar (Malaysian Tigers) - (KO 5th round.)
4) Barbod (Iran) vs Karim Geliga Merah (Terengganu )- ( TKO 4th round)
5) Akhbar Hnafi (Boxx Warriors) beat Kenneth Carter (USA) - (TKO 4th round)
6) Vladimir Konsky(Slovakia) lost to Champert Chosipaset (Thailand) - (points)
Day 2 (8 Feb 2009)
1) Alex Lim (TNT/MMATC/TEAM KO) LOST TO JOHER HISSUEIN (SENEGAL) - (BY POINTS) (NOTE: Alex's left forearm one bone totally broken -not fracture -from x-ray result.It happened in round 2.)
2) Aik Salsaloon (Thailand) beat Che Pol m150 (Kelantan)
3) Falicit Sor Pekdam lost to Awie M150 (Kelantan) - (ko 2nd round)
4) Abbas BoxxWarrior lost to Faizal Ramli (Malaysian Tigers) - (points) ( Note :Abbas, 2nd fight in KL, lost both, 1st lost to a Malaysian- KL not his good fighting ground)
5) Chaowalit BoxxWarriors beat Seethanonchai sor Chitlada (TKO 1st round)
6) Fauzan Zabidi BoxxWarriors lost to Mathias Galocassarino (Italy) - (TKO round 3)
Saturday, February 7, 2009
Tiger Muay Thai hosts monthly smoker fights allowing individuals the opportunity to compete in MMA fights at a beginner level. These fights are held every full moon and feature a camp BBQ.
Fighters wore shin pads and 8oz "shooto style" gloves. No knees to the head when the opponent is standing or on the ground. Knees are permitted only to the body from the standing position. No upkicks, or down kicks from both combatants when a fighter is on his back. And no leg submissions.
The main event of the BBQ BEatdown 6 featured two Muay Thai fighters currently ranked in the top 15 Muay Thai fighters in the Country of Thailand.
Singjok Legacy a Lumpinee stadium champion, training under Ole Laursen of the Legacy Gym in Ubon Thailand has competed in MMA Internationally with fights in China and Russia.
Bernueng TMT is a WMC world Muay Thai champion who made his debut MMA fight earlier this year in Russia losing a close Decision.
Agreeing to a combination of Pride/UFC rules this fight lived up to the hype. Bernueng won the first round on the judges card thanks to a late "Rampage Jackson" style slam, followed by gaining the Mount on Singjok. The second round featured several exchanges on the feet, with Bernueng securing a couple more takedowns and attempting a solid Armbar submission, only to be reversed by Singjok. In the third and final round Singjok tried to rally from behind gaining the mount position over Bernueng and attempting to finish the fight. In the end it was too little too late. Judges Jack Magee, Chad Hamzeh, and Mike Swick all scored the bout 2 rounds to 1, allowing ref Alex Berezovik to raise Bernueng TMT's hand as the winner.
Andreas Hesselback vs Nick(Andreas Hesselback gives up 30lbs)
Female opponent beat Male opponent!!
Professional Female Muay Thai fighter Claire Haigh made her MMA debut against a male opponent and won a hard fought 3 round decision.
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Monday, February 2, 2009
Jumping up before slamming someone to escape a triangle will result in a head-butt; that fact reflects simple mechanics. The referee ruled the head butt in this match an accidental clash of heads, but note that the referee was from the same club as the head-butter. Neil Spiring was totally cool about the incident. Was malice a forethought? Was the referee correct to rule this an accidental clash of heads? Should slamming be allowed in amateur submission grappling tournaments? Harman Degun vs Neil Spiring SAS trials. Finals match under 77kg division.
Straight foot lock counter by rear naked choke. Took place in Indonesia Submission championship 2008.
The crowd roared as soon as the lights came down for the main event, and got even louder as Hilo, Hawaii’s Penn made his way to the Octagon. But the loudest cheers were reserved for the welterweight champion from Montreal, who looked more focused than ever. Flashbulbs lit up the arena in the moments before the opening bell with chants of “GSP” and “BJ Penn” melting into one eruption of noise.
The two champions locked up at the bell, with St-Pierre bulling his smaller foe into the fence while throwing the occasional short-range strike. While the two moved around the perimeter of the cage, St-Pierre looked for a takedown, but despite having Penn’s leg locked up, he couldn’t get him down. As the bout entered its third minute, St-Pierre released the leg and the two exchanged blows, with St-Pierre briefly jarring Penn with a right hand. Shortly afterwards, St-Pierre again went for the single leg takedown but was rebuffed, and a 1-2 by Penn got GSP’s attention. St-Pierre responded with another sharp right hand, and while the champion couldn’t take Penn down, his crisp strikes and busy workrate gave him an early edge.
The second stanza opened with some brief exchanges, but the crowd booed as St-Pierre pushed Penn to the fence and sought another takedown. This time St-Pierre got it though, and the two commenced their first battle on the mat. St-Pierre’s ground strikes were effective, and he quickly worked into side control, putting Penn in trouble as he fired away with punches to the head and knees to the side as the crowd chanted for him. Penn tried to land punches from his back, but St-Pierre shook them off and kept firing his own heavy artillery. With under a minute left, St-Pierre remained in control, bruising Penn under the left eye as he continued to punch until the bell sounded.
St-Pierre raced out of his corner to start the third round and his strikes sent blood spurting from Penn’s nose. Moments later, St-Pierre took Penn down and looked to continue the ground assault he instituted in the previous round. And he succeeded, pounding away as Penn tried to find an opening for a submission from his back. With two minutes left, after eating a series of shots to the face, Penn rose and looked for his own takedown as he pinned St-Pierre to the fence. GSP reversed the position though and got yet another takedown,
this one the most emphatic of the fight thus far. Now Penn was stuck against the fence, and St-Pierre began to tee off with punches to the head and body, with the bell eventually intervening.
The left jab was St-Pierre’s primary weapon in the beginning of round four, and after landing a few of those, he took Penn to the mat and landed in side control, where the punches started to rain down again. Pinned to the canvas, Penn was unable to get out of the way of St-Pierre’s blows, and the end seemed to be near for the lightweight champion. And while Penn wouldn’t surrender, the fight was now one-sided in St-Pierre’s favor, with little light at the end of the tunnel for Penn, who was watched closely by referee Herb Dean in the closing seconds of the round.
The scores at the time of the stoppage were 40-35 and 40-34 twice for St-Pierre, who improves to 18-2. Penn, a former welterweight champion who currently holds the 155-pound belt, was attempting to become the first man in UFC history to simultaneously hold titles in two weight classes. He falls to 13-5-1.
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