Oh boy. Bob Sapp takes another dive and Badr Hari loses to Samdov. Here’s Fraser Coffeen’s commentary from earlier:
Hari has been fighting only sporadically over the past three years as he has been more focused on his legal troubles than his in-ring performances. After nearly a year off (a significant portion of which was spent in prison), Hari returned to the ring earlier this year, defeating Samedov in K-1. This marks Badr’s first loss since the DQ to Hesdy Gerges back in 2010, and the 12th loss of his lengthy career. But of those 12, this is one of the most troubling, and one that really makes you wonder if Hari has much of a future in kickboxing.
The night’s actual main event featured MMA action between Alexander Emelianenko and Bob Sapp. It went pretty much exactly as you would expect – Aleks lands a punch, Sapp turtles up, done. Dating back to fall 2005, Sapp is now on a combined 5-27 run in MMA and kickboxing. It’s mind boggling that people still book him at this point.
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