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"I left when the judges said it was a draw. No, It was not a draw. I had one more point. It was not fair. They wanted something more, it was not fair. It was not fair." - Jerome LeBanner
K1 legend Jerome LeBanner fought a sanguinary three-round battle against Kyotaro, then walked out of the ring and refused to fight a fourth overtime round after the judges called the whole match a draw. As a result, Kyotaro was ruled as the winner of the match by default and will advance to the K1-Max Final 8 in December.
LeBanner’s actions marred what had been a great fight, just because he thought that he deserves to win. Albeit LeBanner clearly won the second round, he apparently lost the third round and the first was close enough to call it a draw. Hence, the judges’ decision to call it even steven through three rounds en route to an overtime was completely acceptable. One can only tell what LeBanner was thinking then, but what he did was definitely unacceptable to end a terrific bout.View Article Source »
The best pound-for-pound kickboxer, Giorgio Petrosyan, put on a display of technical wizardry; and one of the most exciting K1 fighter, Gago Drago, finished the show with a devastating knockout.
Italy’s Giorgio Petrosyan and Armenia’s Gago Drago will advance to K1-Max Final 8 on November 8 in Tokyo. Petrosyan beats Vitaly Gurkov by unanimous decision, while Drago used a right high kick to knock Su Hwan Lee out. Giorgio Petrosyan and Gago Drago will be joined in the Final 8 by Mohammed Khamal, Mike Zambidis and Michal Glogowski. Albert Kraus, Yoshihiro Sato and Yuichiro Nagashima already advanced to the K1-Max Final 8. And with this line up, the eight-man, one night tourney will probably be a great show.
Now that the list of K1-Max fighters is already slated, who’s your heavy favorite? Share it by leaving a comment.View Article Source »
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