K-1 Middle Weight Tournament 10/3 - Result

Wednesday, 3 October 2007

Main Event:Final K-1World Max Middle Weight Tournament
Andy Souwer by TKO towel thrown after round 1 VS. Masato
Andy Souwer got in a few good leg kicks, after round 1 it was clear that Masato was not able to continue. Leg kicks from both Buakaw and Kyshenko also probably played a part.

Fight #9: Super Fight
Su Hwan Lee by decision 3-0 VS. Kazuya Yasuhiro

Fight #8: Semi Final (2)
Andy Souwer by decision 2-0 VS. Albert Kraus 
A very hard fight between the 2 dutch fighters. Andy Souwer edges out Kraus by decision.

Fight #7: Semi Final (1)
Masato by KO Round 2 0:30 VS. Artur Kyshenko
Masato will go fresh into the final after getting past Kyshenko in the 2nd round. First round was close, I would probably have given it to Kyshenko, and I believe he will be a fighter to watch in the future.

Fight #6 : Quarter Final (4)
Andy Souwer by KO Round 2 1:39 VS. Drago
In what had been a close fight Souwer KOed Drago with a right.

Fight #5 : Quarter Final (3)
Albert Kraus by decision 3-0 VS. Yoshihiro Sato
Kraus won a very deserved victory. In the end it was boxing skills and experience that made the difference, Sato failed to keep Kraus at a distance.

Fight #4 : Quarter Final (2)
Artur Kyshenko by decision 3-0 VS. Mike Zambidis
After 3 rounds we had a draw, and we had a 4th round in this fight. Kyshenko made his Superior reach count and went through in a close fight.

Fight #3 : Quarter Final (1)
Masato by decision 3-0 VS. Buakaw Por. Pramuk
Masato made Superior boxing skills count and won a deserved decision against Buakaw.

Fight #2 : Reserve Fight (1)
Virgil Kalakoda by KO Round 2 1:56 Takayuki Kohiruimaki 

Fight #1 : Super Fight
HIROYA by decision 3-0 VS. Kwon Eolzzang










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