The first match resulted in a knockout for Tie Ying Hua from China when he knocked Doug Higgins to the floor.
Tie Ying Hua (CHN) – Winner by Knockout
We were hoping the next round will a little last longer and it did. Malaysian Saiful ‘The Vampire’ Merican took on Kong Ming of China only to bow out in the 3rd round. Both are equally match however, Kong Ming had the advantage of longer reach. Saiful tried to sweep Kong Ming legs many times but the fighter from China was way too strong for him.
Â Kong Ming (CHN) – Winner
This round was probably the fastest round. Slavak Alexichek from Russia took on Wei Gaojie from China. Gao Jie had his knees injected with pain killer due to an old injury. He fight on but not for long.
Slavak Alexichek (RUS) – Winner by TKO
Bout 4 was a rematch between Adesanya from Nigeria and Guo Qiang. Adesanya is a tall fighter with the advantage of longer reach. However, Gua Qiang is no easy task for Adesanya too. The hard hitting fight went on till the referee called it off in favour of Adesanya. He was just too much for Guo Qiang.
Adesanya (NGA) – Winner by TKO
Bout 5 was yet another rematch between two strong fighters. Sone Vannathy from Loas fought Li Ning of China till the end. Both are equally match and both are strong fighters. The match went in favour of Li Ning.
Li Ning (CHN) – Winner
The highlight of the event was the match between Yi Long ‘The Shaolin Warrior Monk’ and Joe Hopkins from New Zealand. These two fighters fought hard. The match went on to the final round in favour of the Shaolin Monk.
Â Yi Long (CHN) – Winner
Ediy Selindang Kuning, hail from Kelantan was the hero for Malaysia. Ediy is a great fighter and his opponent is as good. The match went on to the final round only to reach a tie-breaker. However, both fighters are equally as good so the match end up with a tie.
The final match saw another rematch between Jordan Tai and Zhou Zhipeng. Jordan and Zhipeng are both respected fighters back in their country. Zhipeng was a Korean army champion and Jordan have got a couple of K-1 Max New Zealand titles back to back.
Zhou Zhipeng (CHN) – Winner
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