8/11 K-1 World GP 2009 in Tokyo -Final 16 Qualifying GP- RESULTS

Tuesday 11 August 2009

Spoilers if you read on. I am not totally glued to the screen for this one, so I might miss a few results. In that case, they will be updated later.

Main-Event - Final 16 Qualifying GP:
13. Daniel Ghita Def. Sergeii Lashchenko by TKO 3 down (leg-kicks) Round 1 2:19

Ghita should be in very good shape for the final, finishing both his fights early.

12. Super-Fight: Peter Aerts Def. Yosuke Nishijima by KO Round 3 1:24
11. Super-Fight: Keijiro Maeda Def. Jan Soukup by KO Round 3 1:20

Final 16 Qualifying GP - Semi-Finals:
10. SF2: Sergeii Lashchenko Def. Brice Guidon by KO Round 2 0:34
9. SF1: Daniel Ghita Def. Yuki Nimura by KO Round 1 1:28
Manhoef is unable to continue

Final 16 Qualifying GP - Quarter-Finals:
8. QF4: Brice Guidon Def. Rico Verhoeven by Decision 3-0
7. QF3: Sergeii Lashchenko Def. Sebastian Ciobau by decision 3-0
6. QF2: Daniel Ghita Def. John Love by KO Round 1 1:28
(very strong performance)
5. QF1: Melvin Manhoef Def. Ramazan Ramazanov by KO Round 1 2:16
4. Reserve: Yuki Nimura Def. Prince Ali by KO Round 3 2:00

Opening Fights:
3. Riso Watanabe Def. Nobuhiro Ko by Decision 3-0
2. Kengo Shimizu Def. Shinkyu Kawano by KO Round 1 0:34
1. Kazuo Doi Def. Katsuharu Ebisawa by TKO Round 1 1:02


Anonymous,  11 August 2009 at 13:25  

Good fights so far, alot of sloppy ones

Borre 11 August 2009 at 13:26  

I think Ghita looked very strong in his fight. Ghita vs. Manhoef should be very interesting!

Borre 11 August 2009 at 13:33  

Well... Manhoef was not able to continue (I dont know why) and Yuki has replaced him!

Unknown 11 August 2009 at 13:57  

Manhoef had an injured shin, according to the K-1 site.

Borre 11 August 2009 at 15:11  

Thanks for the info!

I missed the 2 super-fights and will update the results later today.

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