K-1 Rising 2012 Live Video Stream, Results And Discussion

All the results from K-1 Rising 2012.

By: Fraser Coffeen | 11 years ago
K-1 Rising 2012 Live Video Stream, Results And Discussion
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It’s already been a busy combat sports weekend, with Bellator, UFC, and Glory representing kickboxing, but we’re not done yet. Join us here at Bloody Elbow today to discuss all the action as K-1 returns for K-1 Rising 2012 in Madrid, Spain. Featuring the opening round of the 2012 K-1 World MAX Grand Prix along with Heavyweight fights from Badr Hari, Mirko Cro Cop, and Daniel Ghita, this is a great all-around card.

The show is available as a live stream on K-1’s UStream channel (K1GlobalTV) and begins today at 12:15 p.m. ET / 9:15 a.m. PT. There is a bit of confusion over that start time though, as they have opening fights set to start at that time, and an “opening ceremony” scheduled for roughly two hours later, so we’ll have to see what happens.

Originally, it was going to cost you $20, but on Friday, K-1 announced that the stream would in fact be free. So what excuse do you have not to watch? Even better, you don’t even have to leave Bloody Elbow as you can watch the live streaming video after the jump

Here’s the complete fight card, and for a more in-depth look, be sure to check out my preview.

Welcome back K-1 – we missed you!

K-1 Rising 2012 Fight Card

World Max 2012 Final 16 Fights:

Mike Zambidis defeated Chahid Oulad El Hadj by KO, Round 3
Andy Souwer defeated Abraham Roqueni by unanimous decision
Artur Kyshenko defeated Su Hwan Lee by KO, Round 2
Yasuhiro Kido defeated Xu Yan by KO, Round 3
Andy Ristie defeated Gago Drago by unanimous decision
Reece McAllister defeated Yuji Nashiro by unanimous decision
Murthel Groenhart defeated Harut Grigorian by KO, round 3
Chris Ngimbi defeated Chain Superpro Samui by unanimous decision

Heavyweight Superfights:

Badr Hari defeated Anderson “Braddock” Silva by decision
Mirko Cro Cop defeated Loren Javier Jorge by KO, Round 2
Daniel Ghita defeated Wendell Roche by TKO, Round 2
Sergei Lascenko defeated Rico Verhoeven by split decision

Editor’s note by Brent Brookhouse: I added the video stream for Fraser, when I was previewing it before posting it, it was working. If it ends up not working, we’ll still have this post up for discussion but you’ll have to go to the uSteam page to watch it. The stream will start around 4 p.m. ET.

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