#5 Eindhoven, The Netherlands

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Date(s) - 11/05/2013
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#5 Eindhoven, The Netherlands 11.05.2013


1) Ali Gunyar Turkey vs Gregor Smole Slovenia WORLD TITLE -75KG

2) Buray Bozaryilmaz Turkey vs Keng SuperProSamui Thailand 63

3) Tayfun Ozcan Turkey vs Pajonsuk SuperProsamui Thailand 70

4) Bas Vorstenbosch The Netherlands  vs David Radeff France 85

5) Angelo Wilkes The Netherlands vs Amansio Romania -67kg

6) Hatice Ozyurt Turkey vs Aleide Lawant The Netherlands 61


Enfusion Live report by Peter Lowe, MC Enfusion and Enfusion Live

Eindhoven, Holland11th May 2013 pre programme


Holland’s Regilio Vd Ent won every round on the judge’s scorecards enroute to a unanimous decision win over Maluku’s Semmy Aipassa in our opening bout of the evening.


A promising future awaits Morocco’s sixteen year old Mohamed Jaraya if his impressive 3rd round TKO victory over Thailand’s Mac Rakkong is anything to go by. The referee stopped the contest at 1.01 of the same round.


Amin Doudou (Morocco) Stopped Joey Smits 47 seconds into the 2nd round after forcing a standing count and two knockdowns on his opponent.


Morocco’s Brahim Boukerche picked up a unanimous decision points win after a highly competitive bout with fellow countryman Issam Laazibi.


Derya Tavuku of Turkey and Germany’s Furkan Altun fought to a draw in a skilful display of striking between two of the worlds best dwarf fighters.


Emin Ozbassi (Turkey) showed his class by outworking Holland’s Bryan Crawford and earning a majority points win from the judges.


A Moroccan derby saw Mohamed Bouzagou  edge out Abdelmajid Douda via majority decision in a gruelling, physical contest.


India’s Ruben Narain did well to get off the canvas after taking a shocking knee to the head but the follow up assault from Indonesia’s Melvin Wassing was enough to close the show after 1minute 45 seconds of the 1st round.


Turkish born Ertugrul Bayrak stopped Holland’s Rick De Kruyf 49 seconds into the 2nd round after hurting then twice dropping the Dutch man with heavy looking punches.


Moroccan Ilias El Hajoui’s arm was raised 2 minutes and 26 into the 1st round after dropping the brave but out gunned Bilal Hanun (Maluku) three times.


The house doctor intervened to save Yourie Smans (Holland) from further punishment after he sustained nose damage against Morocco’s Redouane Boukerche. The bout ended after 32 completed seconds of round 2.


Yassin Ikouaa (Morocco) did enough to convince the judges and earn a unanimous point’s decision win in a close competitive fight against Shaun Waltmans (Holland).









Enfusion Live Show


The hugely experienced Turk Ali Gunyar won the 75kg Men’s Enfusion World title belt against Slovenia’s Gregor Smole. Gunyar controlled the action through out the fight mixing aggressive infighting with smooth movement and defence.

After comfortably taking the 1st round the Turk upped the pace in round two and for a while looked like he may get the stoppage win. Showing off an impressive array of kicks it was the low kick that seemed to do the most damage.

The pace slowed dramatically in the 3rd with the Slovenian struggling to find his range and Ali continuing to score with solid, single kicks and punches.

The 4th was a better round for Smole but still not enough to turn the tide as Gunyar came out quickly for the 5th. Despite scoring with some solid combinations early in the round Gregor continued to be out manoeuvred and it was Gunyar that seemed to finish stronger.


Buray Bozaryilmaz of Turkey won the judges approval in a fight that could have gone either way against skilful Thai Kaeng Super Pro Samui. Taking part in his 100th contest,  Kaeng started the fight well landing some crisp punches and low kicks as the determined Turk looked to move inside, clinch and work the knees. Fighting off the back foot and looking for counters Kaeng had fewer success’ in the 2nd and 3rd round as Bozaryilmaz stayed in the clinch keeping the Thai on the ropes and in the corners. The Turks aggression seemed to make the difference as he picked up his 16th win via a majority Decision.


Holland’s Aliede “The Duchess” Lawant showed of her extensive arsenal of kicks and punches in a controlled display of striking against Turkish native Hatice Ozyurt.

Lawant found her rhythm early on, controlling the distance well and throwing straight, spearing punches and kick combinations whenever the Turk rumbled into range. On the occasions when Ozyurt did get close enough to throw her powerful looking hooks the Duchess was able to take the blows on her arms and often comeback with her own counters.

We saw much of the same in round two with Hatice landing the odd low kick and Aliede fighting to instruction and throwing and landing an array of low, body, high and front kicks. In round the three the knees were brought in to play and although Ozyurt never looked like she would be stopped she was clearly the one struggling with the fast paced action.

With the announcement of a points win, the Dutch star picked up her 19th win.


Bas Vorstenbosch (Holland) came out a unanimous points decision winner against teak tough Frenchman David Radeff. A cagey start from Radeff saw him circle the ring as he tried to find a way inside the long arms and legs of his lanky opponent. A big knee to the body found its home, at the end of the round that clearly hurt Radeff even though he tried to claim otherwise. In round two, sensing a quick victory, Vorstenbosch set about Radeff with knees to both head and body and some long straight punches that repeatedly drove his man back to the ropes. Predictably though the French tough guy was able to rally back just enough to keep himself in the fight. Still targeting the body, Bas continued moving forward, bullying and allowing David no space to breathe in the final session.

After a largely one sided fight the Dutchman improves to 31 fights 23 wins with 2 losses and 6 draws.


The Enfusion Live Fighter of the night cheque went to Romanian Amansio “The Sheik” Paranschiv after he snatched victory from the jaws of defeat against home favourite Angelo “The Real Gypsy” Wilkes.  The experienced Wilkes, taking part in his 41st fight, was the one who initiated the action in round one, landing some solid punches, low kicks and knees and putting the Romanian on the back foot. In round two after taking a sickening kick to the groin Wilkes was given a count and was then on the wrong end of some flashy work that included a spinning back fist and superman punch.

With everything on the line in the third the two warriors went at each other once more. The Dutchman seemed to be getting the better of the round until late on with 30 seconds left on the clock he attempted a jumping knee that Paranschiv was able to see coming. The Romanian landed a huge overhand right that made Wilkes legs buckle and seem to touch down. Up instantly a follow up left hook to the body dropped Wilkes and secured a count with barely 10 seconds remaining. Wilkes made it back to his feet but the bell rang before further hostilities could be resumed. Winning by majority decision in what was certainly the fight of the night takes Amansio’s record to 5 wins out of 5 fights with 2 early.


Tayfun Ozcan (Turkey) picked up a majority decision points win over Pajonsuk Super pro Samui and in doing so has put himself in line for a crack at English star Michael Wakeling. Pajonsuk stormed out of the ring when the result was announced but only has him self to blame for not securing a win. Tayfun initiated the exchanges and had to play role of aggressor as the Thai spent most of the fight posturing and trying to nullify the Turks work. Although the visitor landed some cute counters it was never enough and Ozcan emerged a deserving winner having outworked his man throughout the contest.



Other Results


Holland’s Robbie Hagemon proved to be too good for Azerbaijan’s Bayram Rustamov, stopping him in the second round to pick up the 70kg A1 2013 World Combat Cup. Hagemon started fast, bloodying the nose of Rustamov and clearly hurting him with several knees in the 1st. The beating continued in the 2nd until the Dutch man landed a huge right hand putting the visitor on the deck. At this point the towel was thrown in and a stoppage time of 2 minutes 20 seconds recorded.


Fan favourite Ismael Lazaar (Morocco) won the 95 + Kg A1 World Combat Cup European title belt after an entertaining battle with Ali Cenik. After three close rounds it was Lazaar who looked the fresher and declaring war in the 4th set about his man with heavy punches and low kicks. With the crowd behind him the Moroccan continued to press forward and had Cenik wobbling and in trouble in the final round. It came as no surprise when Lazaar was announced as a unanimous decision point’s winner.



Tim Vd Vorst won on points against Enis Saka

Sertab Koca won on points against Celina Danner

Kadir Kocak won on points against Yeantley Silie

Merwijs Sherzaad won via KO against Leroy Dinjes

Shannon Hoogendijk won on points against Samia Tagnaouti

Shkelqim Ademaj won via TKO against Dennis Van Uden

Harry Snijders won via TKO against Abdelnour Alla

Mike Gijbels drew with Rhydel Vogelzang


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