Lion Fight 14 Results and Recap

Read about all the action from Lion Fight 14, inclduing the massive win Jorina Baars scored over Cris "Cyborg" Justino.

Glory 15 set for April 12th in Istanbul

Glory 15 has been confirmed for April 12, 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey and will feature a light heavyweight 4-man tournament that will include Gokhan Saki, Tyrone Spong, and Nathan Corbett. Read the entire fight card here.

Yokkao 8 Results

Yokkao 8 took place in the U.K. and featured some of Europe and the Muay Thai worlds best fighters, read the results here.

Glory 14 Results and Recap

Glory 14 was full of action including one of the best come from behind victories in Kickboxing history, read all about it here.

Lion Fight 13 Results and Recap

Results from Lion Fight 13 inclduing the title fight between Tiffany Van Soest and Caley Reece.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Full Fight Card for Lion Fight 15 announced

Lion Fight has announced the entire fight card for their May 23rd event in Connecticut. Four bouts had already been confirmed for Lion Fight 15 including the main event bout of Cosmo Alexandre vs. Mark Holst and the co-main event bout of Kevin Ross vs. Chris Mauceri. The two remaining bouts confirmed yesterday were Nick Chasteen vs. Marc Seno and the pro debuts of Tim Amorim vs. Tom Evans

Chasteen is currently 2-0 as a pro with victories over Chris Culley and Jonathan Del Rosario, both of his victories coming by decision. Seno will be looking to hand Chasteen the first defeat of his professional career as he tries to rebound from a loss to Nick Vaughn under the Take-On Productions banner.

Fight Card:
Cosmo Alexandre vs. Mark Holst
Kevin Ross vs. Chris Mauceri
Tiffany Van Soest vs. Lucy Payne
Jason Andrada vs. Mohammed Lemjerdine
Nick Chasteen vs. Marc Seno
Tim Amorim vs. Tom Evans

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Van Soest vs. Payne and Andrada vs. Lemjerdine set for Lion Fight 15

Lion Fight regulars Tiffany Van Soest and Jason Andrada will be in action at Lion Fight 15 on May 23rd. Van Soest and Andrada will both be involved in re-matches, Van Soest vs. Lucy Payne and Andrada vs. Mohammed Lemjerdine

Van Soest and Payne first met at Lion Fight 10 where Van Soest scored a swift first round (T)KO over Payne. The fight will be Van Soest's first since losing her Lion Fight Women's Title to Caley Reece at Lion Fight 13 in what was Van Soest's first career loss.

Andrada and Lemjerdine first fought at Lion Fight 12 in an exciting back and forth fight. In the final round of the bout a perfectly timed counter elbow from Andrada ended the night for Lemjerdine.

Lion Fight 15 will mark the promotions first trip to the east coast and will feature a main event of Cosmo Alexandre vs. Mark Holst and co-main event of Kevin Ross vs. Chris Mauceri. The event will take place at Foxwoods Casino in Ledyard, Connecticut.

Fight Card:
Cosmo Alexandre vs. Mark Holst
Kevin Ross vs. Chris Mauceri
Tiffany Van Soest vs. Lucy Payne
Jason Andrada vs. Mohammed Lemjerdine

Monday, April 21, 2014

Kevin Ross vs. Chris Mauceri set for Lion Fight 15

Kevin Ross vs. Chris Mauceri has been confirmed for Lion Fight 15 on May 23 at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Ledyard, CT. The fight joins the previously announced main event between Cosmo Alexandre and Mark Holst

Ross will be returning to action after his recent split decision win over Matt Embree at Lion Fight 13 and will be looking to win two consecutive bouts. Mauceri will be looking to win the biggest fight of his career as he takes on veteran Ross. He brings a 6-0 record into his fight with Ross, and will definitely increase his stock with a win over a fighter with the reputation of Ross.

Fight Card:
Cosmo Alexandre vs. Mark Holst
Kevin Ross vs. Chris Mauceri

Sunday, April 20, 2014

WCK Cali 4 Results

WCK's Cali 4 took place Saturday, April 19th at Hollywood Park Casino with Romie Adanza vs. Franck Gross serving as the main event.

Gross started off strong in the bout, but Adanza began to take over as the fight wore on. In the end the fight was ruled a draw, although the decision was controversial. Adanza was deducted a point for a low blow in the fight. It also seemed he scored knockdown with body shots late in the fight, but the referee did not count it as a knockdown event though Gross hit the canvas. The decision was definitely not a popular one for the crowd in attendance.
Romie Adanza vs. Franck Gross ends in Draw
Charles Bisset defeats Manuel Morilla via Split Decision
Jules Wallace vs. Spenser Mix ends in Draw

Emily Griffen defeats Vanessa Gonzalez via Split Decision
Amanda De Rosa defeats Aileen Maquiraya via Split Decision
Robert Lemus defeats Ritchie Sandoval via Unanimous Decision
Marie Choi defeats Rene Rosas via Unanimous Decision
Justin Bondar defeats Phillip Arredondo via KO in Rd. 1
Roman Gudino defeats John Garcia via KO in Rd. 3
Ariana Gomez defeats Janet Todd via Unanimous Decision
Paul Silva defeats Joe Davis via Unanimous Decision

Friday, April 18, 2014

Sittichai Sitsongpeenong talks recent win and fight career

Sittichai Sitsongpeenong has recently taken to the international circuit to continue to build upon the reputation he had already established for himself in Thailand.  Fighting out of the Sitsongpeenong Muay Thai Camp, seven of his last ten fights have been outside of Thailand and he is 9-1 in those ten fights. The lone loss was a split decision to Enriko Gogokhia in Italy. Those nine victories include wins over the likes of Jordan Watson, Kym Johnson, and Mohamed Khamal.

The victory over Khamal was his most recent, as he out pointed the Moroccan-Dutch fighter at Legend III in Italy. We were able to catch up with Sittichai and ask him a few questions about the fight and his career.

MTA: Did the fight go as you had planned, or were there things you have wanted to do differently?

Sittichai: Yes and no! I expected to win but I fought better than I thought I would and exceeded my expectations.

MTA: How do you like fighting in Italy?

Sittichai: Fighting in Italy is good but it is hard to find food I like (Thai Food) it Italy.

MTA: You have a great resume as a fighter, what fight would interest you most and why?

Sittichai: I would like to have a re-match with Enrike Gogokhiya. I thought I won that fight but received a bad decision by the Italian judges. This is my only loss in my past 25 fights and it should never have been a loss.

MTA: Most Thai fighters start at a young age, how old were you when you started and why?

Sittichai: I started Muaythai at the age of 11 because I was interested in the sport and my father wanted me to be a boxer. I also wanted to make money for my family.

MTA: What advice can you give to young fighters that can help develop their skills and career?

Sittichai: Find the right camp/gym, find the right trainer/teacher and train hard. Fight as often as possible and against good opponents.

MTA: What would you like to do when your fight career is over? 

Sittichai: I haven't thought about it yet.

MTA:  What is your favorite memory since you started fighting? (Example favorite fight)

Sittichai: The last fight I just won against Mohamed Khamal at Oktagon + Legend in Milan.

MTA: When can fight fans expect to see you in action again?

Sittichai: My next fight is scheduled for May in Thailand and then I have a fight on Best of Siam 5 in Paris, France.