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Tyson Fury plans to weigh staggering 300 LBS for Deontay Wilder trilogy as he reveals secret game plan for fight

TYSON FURY plans to weigh a whopping 300lbs for his trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder next month.

The Gypsy King will renew his rivalry with the American on July 24 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Fury beefed up considerably ahead of his rematch with The Bronze Bomber last February, tipping the scales at 273lbs, but plans to be even heavier third time around.

During Tuesday’s pre-fight press conference, he said: “I gave my game plan away the first time because he wasn’t good enough to do anything about it.

“And I’ll do the same thing this time because he’s not good enough to do anything about it.

Deontay Wilder is a one-trick pony. He’s got one-punch power, we all know that – great.

“But what I’m going to do to Deontay Wilder this time is I’m going to run him over as if I’m an 18-wheeler and he’s a human being.

“I guarantee he does not go past where he did before [the seventh round].

Source- Tyson Fury plans to weigh staggering 300 LBS for Deontay Wilder trilogy as he reveals secret game plan for fight (thesun.co.uk)

PRIME FIGHT HD have signed the cooperation agreement with MASMEDIA

PRIME FIGHT HD, the fastest growing premium martial arts channel, are delighted to announce that have signed cooperation agreement with the most popular IPTV platform channel in Spain and Portugal- MASMEDIA.

From now on PRIME FIGHT HD channel viewers will be able to watch LIVE programs from  Spain and Portugal.

MASMEDIA  is the most complete IPTV television solution for telecommunications operators and companies that want to offer a television service to their clients. We comply with all the approvals of the main television content providers in the market.

Prime Fight HD is the world’s premier combat sports network dedicated to complete coverage of combat sports, including fights, fighters, fight news and fight lifestyle, and broadcasts various genres of combat sports content, including karate, mma, boxing, k-1, kickboxing, professional wrestling, sumo, judo traditional martial arts and more. 

Watch incredible final minute as Leon Edwards survives late onslaught from bloodied Nate Diaz to win their UFC 263 war

LEON EDWARDS incredibly survived a last minute onslaught from a bloodied Nate Diaz to win their UFC 263 war.

The welterweight pair made history as they became the first ever five-round non main-event.

And it was one for the books as Edwards, comfortably in the lead, was stunned in the last 60 seconds.

Diaz, 36, landed a perfect one-two combination which buckled his opponent’s knees, setting up a grand stand finish.

He continued to pour on the pressure as Edwards, 29, desperately circled out of trouble and fought back.

Diaz, bleeding from prior damage taken in the fight, was relentless till the final bell but was unable to finish Edwards off.

It means he now has consecutive defeats, following his stoppage loss to Jorge Masvidal, 36, in 2019.

But Diaz, who wants to return in four months, insisted he is the superior fighter as he reacted to the final round.

He said: “In a real fight in a real world, that fight’s a wrap. He was sleepwalking. 

“I got cut in training. That’s why we pushed the fight back a month. I kind of lost motivation after that. He won, but I feel like I’m the better fighter still.”

Source- Watch incredible final minute as Leon Edwards survives late onslaught from bloodied Nate Diaz to win their UFC 263 war (thesun.co.uk)

PRIME FIGHT HD have signed the cooperation agreement with the biggest TV platform in Poland CDA

PRIME FIGHT HD , the fastest growing premium martial arts channel, are delighted to announce that  they have signed cooperation agreement with the  Biggest TV platform in  Poland  – CDA

From now on all martial arts fans from Poland will be able to watch premium tournaments from all over world, thanks to the cooperation with  CDA ( www.cda.pl).

Prime Fight HD is the world’s premier combat sports network dedicated to complete coverage of combat sports, including fights, fighters, fight news and fight lifestyle, and broadcasts various genres of combat sports content, including karate, mma, boxing, k-1, kickboxing, professional wrestling, sumo, judo traditional martial arts and more. 

Dana White buries hatchet with Jake Paul and gives YouTuber rare praise for taking on UFC star Tyron Woodley

UFC chief Dana White has seemingly buried the hatchet with Jake Paul by praising the YouTuber for accepting a fight with Tyron Woodley.

Social media sensation Paul will face the former UFC welterweight champ in a boxing match on August 28.

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The hard-hitting Woodley – who was released by the UFC in April – will represent the toughest test of Paul’s brief boxing career.

And White has commended The Problem Child for agreeing to throw down with the vicious one-punch knockout artist.

During an appearance on the Real Quick with Mike Swick podcast, White said: “Tyron Woodley has punching power and obviously he’s put a lot of dudes to sleep in his career.

“Tyron Woodley doesn’t look like the Tyron Woodley of the past that was putting everybody to sleep.

“He hasn’t won a fight in three years, he’s going to be 40 years old.

“But I will give it to [him]. At least he’s stepping in there with a guy who can punch.”

Woodley, 39, has opened up as an underdog against Paul – who knocked out his good friend Ben Askren in April.

The early odds come as no surprise to White, who said: “It has to do with Woodley’s age, and he hasn’t won a fight in three years.”

As far as predictions go, White believes the Woodley that terrorized the welterweight division a few years ago would make light work of Paul.

But after seeing The Chosen One lose his last four on the bounce, the veteran promoter isn’t sure how the fight will play out.

When asked to give his prediction for the fight, White said: “Listen, man. Woodley should knock him out.

“But again, the Tyron Woodley that you talk about that was the champ isn’t the same f***ing guy he was four years ago.”

Despite not having tasted victory in close to three years, Woodley is brimming with confidence ahead of his professional boxing debut.

He told ESPN: “Easiest fight of my career & biggest purse of my career all in one night.

“Basically, they brought me in to take out the trash. Can’t wait to shut this b***h up.”This is getting done for the culture, the whole MMA/boxing community, to rid this guy of combat sports.”

Source- Dana White buries hatchet with Jake Paul and gives YouTuber rare praise for taking on UFC star Tyron Woodley (thesun.co.uk)

Floyd Mayweather fails to KO Logan Paul as YouTuber takes boxing legend the full eight rounds in Miami exhibition bout

LOGAN PAUL claimed a moral victory as he managed to take Floyd Mayweather the distance in their exhibition bout.

The YouTuber was able to survive the final stretch of the fight in Miami as he used his TWO STONE weight advantage to see out the eight rounds.

Without a knockout, there was no winner declared though most observers ringside agreed that Mayweather won the majority of the rounds.

And afterwards the 50-0 boxing legend admitted he was surprised by what Paul, officially 0-1, brought to the ring.

He said: “I had fun, you’ve got to realise I’m not 21 anymore but it’s good to move around with these young guys, test my skills just to have some fun.

“Great young fighter, strong, tough, he’s better than I thought he was. As far as with the big guys, the heavyweights, it’s going to be kind of hard.

“But he’s a tough, rough competitor, it was good action, I had fun, I was surprised by him tonight.”

The opening round was a cagey one as Mayweather, 44, looked to gauge his range having given up a SIX INCH height advantage.

He did land a left hook before the final bell but ended up on the ropes as Paul, 26, drove him back with a barrage of shots, but landed none.

The second was much of the same with Mayweather feinting and smiling while Paul kept his distance with a respectable jab, thrown from the waist.

Source- Floyd Mayweather fails to KO Logan Paul as YouTuber takes boxing legend the full eight rounds in Miami exhibition bout (thesun.co.uk)

Vorovski Wins Interim Title in Tallinn

Maxim Vorovski is the new KOK Interim World Middleweight Champion. The hard-hitting veteran defeated Norway’s Andreas Iversen before a limited audience Saturday night in Tallinn, Estonia. The title fight headlined KOK 89, broadcast worldwide on KOK Fights TV and FightBox HD.

Vorovski (33-5-1)  did his best work with his hands, working the body and  scoring with clean left hooks and right hands over the top. The Estonian also scored with clean low kicks en route to winning a unanimous decision over the tough Iversen (16-5).

“First of all, I would like to thank God that I became victorious. I have a huge respect for Andreas. He’s really strong fighter,” Vorovski told ring announcer Rytis Kuzmenka after the fight.

“He fought til the end very hard. I was focused from the first second of the first round til the last second of the last round.”

“I want to thank everybody who tuned in. I want to thank Mr. Donatas Simanaitis KOK for giving me this opportunity. This is my first (title) opportunity for 16 years in the pro so this is really big for me.”

“I would never won this belt without my family, my parents. So I’m just happy. Thanks everybody.”

“Next is gonna be vacation with my family,” he said when asked what’s next.

Iversen, a world champion in Muay Thai,  praised the new champion.

“Of course, he won. I gave it my all in there,” he said.

“I know he was a strong opponent. That’s why I took the fight. I don’t want any easy fights. I want to fight for the title,” said Iversen.

Remmer Too Much for Holmberg
In the co-main event, KOK 85 WGP winner Ott Remmer (27-11)  put on a dominant performance against Finland’s Oskari Holmberg (0-2).

Remmers quickly cornered his opponent and scored an eight count with a flurry of punches,  before dropping Holmberg with a low kick to the Finn’s rear leg. Holmberg got up slowly from the kick and was counted by the referee.

Holmberg held on at times to weather Remmer’s pressure. In the second, Remmer hurt him with an inside low kick before finishing him with another kick to the inside of Holmberg’s leg.

It’s the third straight stoppage win from low kicks for Remmer, who looks ready for a match with a top 5 lightweight contender.

Rimkenzo Wins International Debut in Spectacular Fashion
Fighting for the first time outside Lithuania, popular lightweight Dovydas “Rimkenzo” Rimkus (7-0) was given a tough battle by Finland’s Kristoffer Bjorkskog (10-2).

Bjorkskog connected with some solid punches on Rimkus, who fought with his hands low and moved looking for openings.

The referee deducted a point from Bjorkskog in the second round for clinching behind the head with two hands before throwing a knee.

Late in round three, Rimkus ended the bout in dramatic fashion. He moved forward with a three punch combination before throwing a high kick that connected and knocked Bjorkskog out instantly.

In other main card action, Astrid Johanna Grents (4-1)  defeated tough Sigrid Kapanen (11-3)  by split decision in an all-Estonian ladies bout. Finland’s Miina Sirkeoja (1-1) outpointed Okva Maarja (4-2) by unanimous decision. Sergei Strinza (18-6) won a unanimous decision against Omar Tugarev (10-5) in an MMA Bushido rules contest.

KOK 89 Hero’s Series Results
Before the main card, the KOK 89 Hero’s Series took place. The Hero’s Series showcased young fighters competing under semi-pro kickboxing and MMA Bushido rules.

In the opening bout, 18-year-olds Stanislav Teniugin and Ilya Stepanov fought to a draw in an entertaining battle.

Karl-Margus Haud scored a 2nd round knockdown and won a unanimous decision against Aleks Sabinin.

Ukraine’s Bogdan Oleynik took Georgian Bondo Zakariadze down in all three rounds and controlled the action before winning by triangle choke submission in the last round. Both fighters made their MMA debuts.

Finland’s Stromberg Lasse won a unanimous decision against Ukraine’s Anatolii Cornobai in the second MMA match.

In another MMA bout, Lithuania’s Mantas Narbutas improved his record to 5-0. Narbutas took the back of Ilja Minin late in round one and sunk in a rear naked choke to remain unbeaten.

The Hero’s Series feature bout was a pro kickboxing bout between talented young prospects. Latvia’s Aleksandr Cerkesov (5-1) survived an early knockdown but battle back and defeated Dana Antanavicius (3-1-1) by unanimous decision.

Source- KOK 89: Maxim Vorovski Claims Interim Title in Tallinn – KickboxingZ: Kickboxing & Bare Knuckle News

Results for the KOK World Series Tallinn, Estonia 05.06.2021

King of Kings continued its international series of events, this time going to Estonia for the first time in 2021. In the main event, one of Estonia’s top fighters, Maksim Vorovski defeated Norway’s Andreas Iversen to capture the KOK Interim Middleweight Championship. Also, KOK superstar Dovydas “Rimkenzo” Rimkus scored a huge third round knockout in his international debut. The full results of the event can be found below.

Part 1 Results

-60 kg, Kickboxing Rules, Semi-pro, 3×2 min

Stanislav Teniugin (EST) vs. Ilja Stepanov – DRAW

-63 kg, Kickboxing Rules, Semi-pro, 3×2 min

Karl Margus Haud (EST) def. Aleks Sabinin (EST) by UD

-85 kg, MMA Rules, 3×3 min

Bogdan Oleynik (UKR) def. Bondo Zakariadze (GEO) by submission (triangle choke), 3rd rd

-70 kg, MMA Rules, 3×3 min

Stromberg Lasse (FIN) def. Anatolii Cornobai (EST) by UD

-85 kg, MMA Rules, 3×3 min

Mantas Narbutas (LT) def. Ilja Minnin (EST) by submission (RNC), 1st rd

-63 kg, Kickboxing Rules, 3×2 min

Aleksandr Cerksov (LV) def. Danas Antanavicius (LT) by SD

Part 2 Results

-77 kg, Kickboxing Rules, 3×3 min

Sergei Strinza (EST) def. Omar Tugarev (Fin) by UD

-60 kg, Kickboxing Rules, 3×2 min

Miina Sirkeoja (Fin) def. Okva Maarja (EST) by UD

-64 kg, Kickboxing Rules, 3×3 min

Astrid Johanna Grents (EST) def. Sigrid Kapanen (EST) by UD

-71 kg, Kickboxing Rules, 3×3 min

Dobydas Rimkus (LT) def. Kristoffer Bjorkskog (Fin) by KO, 3rd rd

-73 kg, Kickboxing Rules, 3×3 min

Ott Remmer (EST) def. Oscari Holmberg (Fin) by KO, 2nd rd

Main Event, -73 kg, 5×3 min, KOK Interim Middleweight Championship Fight

Maksim Vorovski (EST) def. Andreas Iversen (NO) by UD

It’s worth noting that under KOK rules, the Interim Champion has the right to face the World Champion, who at this moment is Daniel Forsberg. However, just a few weeks ago in Poland, Kamil Ruta defeated Juris Orlovs in a title eliminator. So we will have to wait and see who faces the middleweight champion next. The next KOK event is schedule to be Tuesday 29.06.2021 when the promotion makes its return to Turkey.

Source- Results for the KOK World Series Tallinn, Estonia 05.06.2021 (fightbox.com)

KOK 89 Tallinn: Fight Card and Viewing Information

This Saturday night, the King of Kings organisation makes its return to Tallinn, Estonia. Fighters from 6 different countries are scheduled to compete in the 13-bout event, which features matches under KOK Kickboxing and MMA Bushido rules.

KOK 89 in Tallinn is broadcasting live and worldwide via Fight Box HD (streams via the Film Box app) and KOK Fights TV. The action begins at 7 pm local Tallinn time, which is 5 pm in London and twelve noon in New York City.

Vorovski Meets Iversen
An intriguing middleweight match up tops the bill. Top Estonian fighter Maxim “Max” Vorovski meets Andreas “Andy Candy” Iversen of Norway.

Vorovski turned pro in The Netherlands and has fought on the international level. A veteran of nearly 40 professional bouts, he holds wins over former It’s Showtime champion Sahak Parparyan and former title challenger Ertugrul Bayrak.

Iversen moves up to middleweight after an impressive showing at KOK 60. The Norwegian used his height and reach advantages to outpoint Turkish standout Erkan Varol in the welterweight contender tournament semifinals. He’ll be the taller man against Vorovski, who also previously competed at welterweight.

Remmer Battles Holmberg in Co-Main Event
KOK last visited Tallinn in October, 2020. Estonia’s Ott Remmer established himself as a contender in the organisation by winning the KOK 85 WGP tournament.

Remmer used a wicked inside low kick attack to defeat Lithuania’s Arnas Valiukaitis and Niko Korventaus of Finland. Neither opponent made it to the second round.

Holmberg returns after debuting at the KOK Hero’s Series event in Helsinki last year. He’ll look to pull the upset and avenge countryman Korventaus’s defeat.

Rimkenzo” Makes International Debut
Popular Lithuanian lightweight Dovydas “Rimkenzo” Rimkus also makes his international debut at KOK 89. Rimkus, who’s knocked out his last two opponents, faces Kristoffer Bjorkskog of Finland.

Two ladies kickboxing bouts are also scheduled for the KOK 89 main card. Sigrid Kapanen meets Astrid Johanna Grents in an all-Estonian battle, and Finland’s Miina Sirkeoja faces Okva Maarja.

KOK 89 Hero’s Series
The KOK 89 Hero’s Series kicks off the event. Four MMA Bushido rules matches and 3 kickboxing bouts are scheduled.

A match to keep an eye on is the kickboxing bout between WAK-1F European Champion Aleksandr Cerkesov of Latvia and Lithuania’s Danas Antanavicius.

KOK 89
05 June, 2021
Tallinn, Estonia
Broadcast: FightBox HD, KOK Fights TV

KOK Hero’s Series

KOK Rules (Semi-Pro)
Stanislav Teniugin (Estonia) vs Ilja Stepanov (Estonia)
Karl-Margus Haud (Estonia) vs Aleks Sabinin (Estonia)
Aleksandr Cerkesov (Latvia) vs Danas Antanavicius (Lithuania)

MMA Bushido Rules
Ilja Minin (Estonia) vs Rodionov Alexandr (Estonia)
Anatolii Cornobai (Ukraine) vs Stromberg Lasse (Finland)
Raigo Kutsar (Estonia) vs Mantas Narbutas (Lithuania)
Omar Tugarev (Estonia) vs Sergei Strinza (Estonia)

KOK Fight Series (All Bouts under KOK Kickboxing Rules)
-61 kg: Miina Sirkeoja (Finland) vs Okva Maarja (Estonia)
-85 kg: Aleksei Larin (Estonia) vs TBA
-65 kg: Sigrid Kapanen (Estonia) vs Astrid Johanna Grents (Estonia)
-71 kg: Dovydas Rimkus (Lithuania) vs Kristoffer Bjorkskog (Finland)
-71 kg: Ott Remmer (Estonia) vs Oskari Holmberg (Finland)

KOK 89 Main Event
-85 kg: Maxim Vorovski (Estonia) vs Andreas Iversen (Norway)

Source- KOK 89 Tallinn: Fight Card and Viewing Information – KickboxingZ: Kickboxing & Bare Knuckle News

PRIME FIGHT HD have signed the cooperation agreement with the biggest TV platform in Baltic Go3

PRIME FIGHT HD , the fastest growing premium martial arts channel, are delighted to announce that  they have signed cooperation agreement with the most popular and Bigest TV platform  in  Baltic states  – Go3.

From now on all martial arts fans from Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia will be able to watch premium tournaments from Baltic states and all over world, thanks to the cooperation with Go3.

Prime Fight HD is the world‘s premier combat sports network dedicated to complete coverage of combat sports, including fights, fighters, fight news and fight lifestyle, and broadcasts various genres of combat sports content, including karate, mma, boxing, k-1, kickboxing, professional wrestling, sumo, judo traditional martial arts and more.