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--Live results-- K-1 World MAX Final 16



Live Results from the K-1 World MAX Final 16 in Fukuoka, Japan,  April 21, 2009

 broadcast www.megathai.it/live.asp

Albert Kraus def. Yuishiro 'Jienotsu' Nagashima (KO R1)

Giorgio Petrosyan def. Dzhabar Askerov (KO R3)

Buakaw def. André Dida (Dec Extra Round)

Artur Kyshenko def. Alviar Lima (KO R1)

Yuya Yamamoto def. Chi Bin Lim 

Andy Souwer def. Leroy Kaestner (Dec.)

Drago def. Yoshihiro Sato (Dec Extra Round)

Nieky Holzken def. Chahid (Dec)

Official Results (from Official K-1 Website):

 

 FieLDS K-1 WORLD MAX 2009 World Championship Tournament -FINAL16-
Date : Tuesday 21 April 2009, Gate Open 4:00PM / Event Start 6:00PM
Venue : Marinemesse Fukuoka, Fukuoka, JAPAN
Attendance : 7,130 people

Fight #9 : FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
  Yoshihiro Sato
Japan / FULLCAST / Nagoya JK Factory
VS Drago
Armenia / SHOW TIME
 
  WINNER : DRAGO (Ext.R Decision 3-0)  
Fight #8 : FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
  Nieky "The Natural" Holtzken
Holland / Golden Glory
VS Chahid
Morocco / Golden Team
 
  WINNER : Nieky "The Natural" Holtzken (3R Decision 2-0)  
Fight #7 : FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
  Andy Souwer
Holland / Shooto Boxing Holland
VS Leroy Kaestner
Holland / Team Aerts / Afafa
 
  WINNER : Andy Souwer (3R Decision 3-0)  
Fight #6 : Exhibition Match : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 1R
  MASATO
Japan / Silver Wolf
VS HIROYA
Japan / Freelance
 
  *victory or defeat none  
-Intermission-
Fight #5 : FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
  Buakaw Por. Pramuk
Thailand / Por.Pramuk Gym
VS Andre Dida
Brazil / Universidade Da Luta (U.D.L.)
 
  WINNER : Buakaw Por.Pramuk (Ext.R Decision 3-0)  
Fight #4 : FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
   Albert Kraus
Holland / Team Super Pro
VS Yuichiro "Jienotsu" Nagashima
Japan / Sakigake Juku
 
  WINNER : Albert Kraus (1R 1'07" KO)  
Fight #3 : FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
  Yuya Yamamoto
Japan / Seishunjuku
VS Chi Bin Lim
Republic of Korea / KHAN GYM / Team Chi Bin
 
  WINNER : Yuya Yamamoto (3R Decision 3-0)  
Fight #2 : FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
  Artur Kyshenko
Ukraine / Captain Odessa
VS Alviar Lima
Cape Verdi / Team Superpro / Beast of the East
 
  WINNER : Artur Kyshenko (1R 2'56" KO)  
Fight #1 : FINAL16 : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
  Giorgo Petrosyan
Italia / Satori Gladiatorium Nemesis
VS Dzhabar "Chengiskhan" Askerov
U.A.E. / WMC Camp Lamai
 
  WINNER : Giorgio Petrosyan (3R 0'49" TKO)  
-Opening Ceremony-
FINAL16 Reserve Fight : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
  Yasuhiro Kido
Japan / Taniyama Gym
VS Su Hwan Lee
Republic of Korea / Inchoen Moobi Gym
 
  WINNER : Yasuhiro Kido (3R Decision 3-0)  
Opening Fight (3) : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
  TATSUJI
Japan / Iron Ax
VS RYUJI
Japan / Real Deal
 
  WINNER : TATSUJI (3R Decision 2-0)  
Opening Fight (2) : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext. 1R
  Masahiro Yamamoto
Japan / Fujiwara Gym
VS Yuki
Japan / Real Deal
 
  WINNER : Masahiro Yamamoto (3R Decision 3-0)  
Opening Fight (1) : K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R
  Kazuki Hamasaki
Japan / Silver AX
VS Hareruya
Japan / Real Deal
 
  WINNER : Kazuki Hamasaki (3R Decision 3-0)  

 




Comments

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Kim, Editor (1546 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 11:32
happy
You are the man D-rop! Thanks!
samout (261 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 11:53
hi you can watch the matche in www.megathai.it/live.asp for free evry time i give you this site web but you dont remem ber
Daniel, Sweden reporter (2501 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 12:08
@samout

sorry for my bad memory, thank you for reminding us.

and thank you D-rop!
Rob, Holland reporter (1964 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 12:14
happy
@samout

Thnx for the link samout! Watching it as we speak...
Daniel, Sweden reporter (2501 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 12:23
@samout

im trying to connect but i get this error message Spiacente, problema di connessione. Puoi provare a ricominciare la chat più tardi. (CT)???? what does it mean?
samout (261 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 12:31
this message for the chat
you wait i moment and you have the screen ok
www.megathai.it/live.asp
he work i wathc now sower vs ..
Daniel, Sweden reporter (2501 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 12:37
@samout


ok thanx man.
samout (261 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 12:42
andy sower win 3round
samout (261 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 01:06
drago vs sato drago win estra round
D-rop, Video editor (2405 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 01:29
glad
Drago beat Sato! That's the only surprise 'till now. And a nice surprise!

This certainly is an exciting event!
samout (261 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 01:33
sombody can telle me the result betwen chahid and holzken
D-rop, Video editor (2405 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 01:38
wink
Be patient Samout, they haven't fought yet....
Aren't you watching the event?
Rob, Holland reporter (1964 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 02:01
cool
Wow Sato looked phenomenal at first, but he was completely empty in the extra round! Great victory by Drago, his hunger made him the winner. Too bad Sato is out the tournament though.
Daniel, Sweden reporter (2501 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 02:54
what was the fight between Petrosyan and Askerov like?
samout (261 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 05:30
buakaw destro
y dida
Bård
Rasmussen
(539 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 06:00
In the end yes. But did you see the first round? Buakaw was knocked down. He turned it around though...

Kyschenko was impressive!
D-rop, Video editor (2405 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 06:47
glad
Yeah, I agree Bård: Kyshenko was very impressive! And Petrosyan as well IMO.
Rob, Holland reporter (1964 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 10:33
The Holtzken-Chahid match was awesome!!! Classic Dutch style from both fighters, finishing the combo's with hard lowkicks. And a lot of them as well. However, I would have liked an extra round. Chahid was the busier fighter and he threw punches in bunches. Holtzken had supreme defence and a hard jab with the occasional combo.
So I don't see why it wasn't an extra round. Nicky's ring presence was more noticable and dominant and he looked (how appropiate) like a natural. But it's punches and kicks that make the scorecards tick. Too bad these guys encountered each other so early on, since Chahid would have been a great addition to the Final 8 as well.
Mitko J. (1210 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 10:41
Yamamoto got battered and still won? Again, strange judging criteria by Japanese judges. His opponent was Korean Chi Bin Lim, maybe that's why they "oversaw" some things in favor of their fellow countryman. All Yamamoto did to Lim was cut over the left eye with a headbutt. Maybe the blood was the key point. It's a disgrace for K-1!
Mitko J. (1210 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 11:29
And why did the Drago-Sato fight have to go on for another round? Are they saying to the rest of the world that to win over a Japanese fighter you have to KTFO of him?
stark (1099 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-21 at: 11:33
I saw this event live on the internet. It was a live stream from Japanese television station. One thing that was pissing me off was the fact that the every other word of the Japanese commentators was "Masato". They were talking about him even in the middle of the other fights. I had a feeling that his pointless fight against Hiroya was the main event of the evening. There was even a special reporter in his locker room reporting every 5 minutes. I'm really starting to hate that guy
samout (261 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-22 at: 04:30
chahid was impressive i don t think he lose the fight i wait i extra round the japanesse give always the oprtinity for the japanaise fghiter but the other he dont car
Ali (322 posts)
Posted: 2009-04-27 at: 11:44
what was up with buakaw?
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