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Golden Glory has posted a huge gallery of great pictures from their Ultimate Glory event. Lots of great stuff. Check out all the pictures at mixfight.nl here.
Next up in the MAX finalist promo videos: Yuya Yamamoto. Be sure to turn on English subtitles, as he has some great things to say.
Bad news for US fight fans – HDNet will not air the MAX finals until Saturday, October 31 at 11:00 pm EST, almost 1 week after they take place. As their website makes clear, this delayed presentation will be the premiere airing of the show.
Sadly, this kind of move shows that while K-1 gains traction in the US, it is a long way from MMA levels of popularity, and MAX faces an even steeper uphill battle. We’ll have results here before it airs.
A great destruction by Morosanu here. If he gets in this groove this weekend, Mo is in big trouble:
In the aftermath of the Kin fight, it’s also interesting to watch how close Morosanu comes to late hits in this fight. He really needs to get that under control.
Our preview of K-1 ColliZion continues with main eventer Mighty Mo in, arguably, his finest hour. Any newer fans who may not know Mo so well are well served to check this one out: