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Cat--Smasher

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I DID LEAVE GLORY KICKBOXING

I stopped my contract at Glory Kickboxing and have signed my Retirement Contract. (Turkish translation
)

I’m STOPPING with GLORY. For my fans hereby the explanation the facts about Glory and Rico Verhoeven.

3 May 2017 (see my next post, picture for proof)

I left Glory Kickboxing on 3 May. All the owners/co-owners etc of Glory have discussed this and they signed my Retirement Contract and I received it back on 3 MAY.

After 5 months being kept on a line, for me it was done, i had a lot of other deals but i kept waiting to fight Rico or for Glory. The waiting is over, tired of it. Glory Kickboxing is playing politics to keep their ‘champion’ Rico Verhoeven safe for his renewal contract that had to take place end May or begin June. If he would lose against me, his position towards Glory would have been weakened. Rico Verhoeven and his team and also Glory did not want to expose their Champ to such risks.

Saturday 20 May

Cor Hemmers from Glory announced in an interview on 20 May that i have a retirement contract from Glory and i stopped fighting for Glory.

Saturday 20 May Night (Rico Fight)

Rico Verhoeven was bragging in TV-Shows after the Badr fight in GERMANY, that he doesn’t need famous opponents, he sells out tickets on his own, worldwide he would fill arena’s.

Now the Rico Verhoeven fight takes place in his own country in his own city and there were than 1500 empty seats. On twitter I said congratz Rico but what happened with those empty seats you said you would sell out all tickets?

Rico Verhoeven as usual (like the 5 months) did not respond but this time SCOTT RUDMAN vice chairman and co-founder of GLORY starts to tweet back and tried to rescue this poor kid Rico. Like a daddy Scott was trying to answer for the little kid that cant answer or talk for himself. Now Scott knows I left his organization for 3 weeks at this point. Scott said on twitter: ‘’Den Bosch is not Amsterdam, Glory is still a buzz, GET IN!’’

So at this point everbody in Glory and Rico Verhoeven and his management KNOW that I left GLORY. And now he is still trying to lie on social media. He knows at this point it is impossible for me to fight and I have other obligations at this point. Cheap and sleazy way of GLORY and SCOTT RUDMAN.

I answered his tweet with ‘’the last fight wasn’t even in Amsterdam, it wasn’t even in Holland but in GERMANY. And I am from Rotterdam. But if the fight was in Amsterdam, I would sell out all tickets on my own, I have proven it before!’’

As goes for you now Scott, instead of tweeting you should be concerned about making Glory big after all these years, money and opportunities you wasted you smuck.

So at this point in also some other people from Glory start tweeting me, again knowing that i left Glory and can not respond. So pathetic and cowardly. One even said I should accept Rico his challenge..Which challenge? He never challenged me at this point? He was silent for months.

AGAIN LIES.

I tweeted back and said its too late now!

Again at this point Glory, Rico Verhoeven and his team know for 3 weeks that i left Glory and have other obligations and its impossible to make this fight happen. NOW at this point when Rico knows there can not be a fight, after 5 months he opens his mouth and says: ‘’ Saki if you want to fight pick up the phone’’

Like what kind of bitch action is that Bro? Are you that scared, are you that much of a coward? Glory starts reposting all his stuff calling me out, while they know that I left Glory. When I was at Glory and I was calling Rico out, they never put effort in reposting my stuff out. Again this shows how amateuristic and pathetic organization this is, politics and protecting their pet Rico. Carefully choosing their opponents and their kind of media censorship.

I said the truth that he didnt want to fight me from January or in short term because he wanted a rest. He said that i lie and i dont want to fight. This week he said in a tv show ‘’yeah i didnt want to fight saki at januari i needed rest because I fought Badr’’

Like this guys story changes every day, not consistent.

When i fought K1, i fought 8 till 10 matches a year, against real men. At this point you fought badr 1,5 round and you need a year break before you fight me?? I havent even fought for 2 years and still you need time that much time to prepare for me? You just wanted the fight after your renewal contract in MAY.

Then Glory said to me in January, if i first could fight someone else, this would be Remy Bonjasky fight. I said i want Rico but if he doesn’t want it, i fight Bonjasky first, BUT ONLY IF GLORY GARANTEES THAT RICO WILL FIGHT ME THAN. I would have fought Bonjasky in March or May. Rico again sabotaged this with stretching time on accepting my challenge, hemessed up the whole fight between Bonjasky and me. Remy stood up and accepted my fight and he was down to do it! So I salute you for this, a guy who comes back at retirement at such short notice, and Rico says Bonjasky needs to much time to prepare, the guy is 41 years old and didn’t fight for years, Rico only wants unprepared fighters, more chance to win!

Meanwhile these last months, i have other offers but still i am calling rico online out, but still no balls.. All these months he was silent and said not oneeee thing after i repeadetly called him out. And know that he knows that i left the building, he opens his big mouth. Your fans should be ashamed of you and your lying ass. Just running your mouth like a puppet with those studied lines from your managment: "i only eat whats on the menucards, fighters come with only smoke no fire etc etc"

PS: you called me a mutherfucker in an interview, real men dont bring in family or wife and kids, thats what cheap bums do. Guess fits you well


Glory Kickboxing'deki sözlesmemi sona erdirdim ve emeklilik sözlesmemi imzaladim.
Glory'deki Kariyerimi sona erdiriyorum! Hayranlarim icin Glory ve Rico Verhoeven hakkindaki gercekleri anlatcam.

3 Mayis 2017 ( Bir sonraki yaziyi gör, Kanit icin resim var)
3 Mayis Tarihinde Glory Kickboxing'den ayrildim. Tüm Sahipleri/Ortaklari vs. aralarinda konustuktan sonra emeklilik sözlesmemi imzaladilar ve bana 3 Mayis'da geri döndü.

5 Ay oyalanmisdan sonra benim icin yeterdi. Glory Kickboxing oyunlar kurmakta sirf onlarin 'sampiyonu' Rico Verhoeven'i saglama almak icin, Yeni sözlesmesi Mayisin sonunda veya Haziran'in basinda olacakti. Bana karsi dövüsüp ve kaybederse Glory'ye karsi zayif bir pozisyonda olacakti. Rico Verhoeven ve takimi ve Glory Organizasyonu "sampiyonunu'' böyle risklerle yüzlesmesini istemiyorlar.

20 Mayis Cumartesi

Cor Hemmers, Glory Organizasyonundan bir röportajda tam 20 mayisda benim emeklilige dair sözlesmem oldugunu ve Glory'den ayrilacagimi belirtti.

20 Mayis Cumartesi ( Rico Verhoeven Mac Gecesi )

Riko Verhoeven, Badr'in Almanya'yla macindan sonra TV şovlarında oynamasına, ünlü muhaliflere ihtiyaç duymadığını, kendi başına bilet sattığını, dünya çapında arenayı dolduracağını söyledi.

Şimdi Rico Verhoeven maci kendi şehrinde kendi ülkesinde gerçekleşti ve 1500'den fazla boş koltuk vardı. Twitterde tebrikler Rico'yu söyledim ama tüm boşlukları satacağını söylediğin boş koltuklara ne oldu?

Rico Verhoeven her zamanki gibi (5 ay gibi) yanıt vermedi, ancak bu sefer SCOTT RUDMAN başkan yardımcısı ve GLORY'un kurucu ortağı geri cıvatalıyor ve bu zavallı çocuğu Rico'yu kurtarmaya çalışıyordu. Bir baba gibi Scott kendisi için cevaplayamayacak veya konuşamayacak küçük çocuğa cevap vermeye çalışıyordu.
Şimdi Scott, organizasyonundan bu noktada 3 hafta ayrıldığımı biliyor. Scott, twitter'da şunları söyledi: '' Den Bosch Amsterdam değil, Glory hala bir vızıltı, GET! ''
Bu noktada Glory ve Rico Verhoeven'deki herkese ve yönetimine GLORY'dan ayrıldığımı BİLİYORLAR!. Ve şimdi hala sosyal medyada yalan söylemeye çalışıyor. Bu noktada benimle mücadele etmenin imkansız olduğunu ve bu noktada başka yükümlülüklerimin olduğunu biliyor.
GLORY ve SCOTT RUDMAN'ın ucuz ve kalitesiz yolu.
Onun tweet'ine '' son macim Amsterdam'da bile değil, Hollanda'da değil, ALMANYA'da '' diye yanıt verdim. Ve ben Rotterdam'lıyım. Ama eğer kavga Amsterdam'da olsaydı, tüm biletleri kendim satardım, daha önce kanıtladım! ''

Şimdi sizin için geçerli olan Scott, tweet yapmak yerine, Glory'nin bu yıllar boyunca büyük olmasını sağlama konusunda endişe etmeniz gerekir, boşa harcadığınız para ve fırsatlar sizi şımartıyor.

Bu noktada da Glory'den başka bazı insanlar beni tweetlemeye başlarken yine de Glory'den ayrılacağımı ve yanıt veremeyeceğimi bilerek başlıyorlar. Korklaklilik resmen! . Hatta birisi onun meydan okumasını Rico'yu kabul etmem gerektiğini söylüyordu .. Hangi meydan okuma'dan bahsediyorsunuz? Bu noktada hiç bana meydan okudumu ki? Aylardır sessiz kaldı.

Bu arada son aylarda baska yerlerden teklifler yagarken ben hala Rico'ya meydan okumaya devam ediyorum, Ve hala yürek gösteripde cikmiyor karsima.
Tüm gecen aylar boyunca susuyor ve meydan ustune meydan okuduktan sonra hala susuyordu. Ve simdi organizasyondan ayrildigimdan sonra aniden dile geliyor. Hayranlarin senden utanmalari lazim Yalanci Korkak! Sadece bos laflar ve önceden uzerine calismis laflar manajerlik tarafindan; 'ben sadece menü kartlarindaki yemekleri yerim, Dovusculer sadece dumanla gelirler atesle degil vs. vs.''

Ve; Bir röportajda bana "Motherfucker" kelimesini kullandin, Gercek Adamlar aile hakkinda veya hanimi ve cocuklari hakkinda konusmaz, Zavalli insanlarin yaptigi seylerdir. Ama sana yakisani'da bu galiba !
 

Cat--Smasher

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Welcome to the UFC: Zabit Magomedsharipov & Alexsander Rakic
Who is Zabit Magomedsharipov?

The 26 year old former ACB featherweight champion will make his long awaited debut after signing with the UFC back in May. Long considered to be the next big thing at 145 pounds, Magomedsharipov was described as "the first natural MMA fighter" by his striking coach Mark Henry. Teammates Frankie Edgar and Edson Barboza have expressed similar sentiments. The Ricardo Almeida BJJ products stated they believe "Zabit is UFC top 5 caliber right now." The high praise from his New Jersey based fight camp is no hyperbole, as the explosive Dagestani is 12-1 with 10 stoppages and is currently riding a 8 fight win streak.

What should you expect:

At 6’2” Magomedsharipov will have a substantial size advantage over his featherweight foes. A Wushu Sanda champion, his height and reach advantage becomes even more apparent once he unleashes an arsenal of spinning punches and kicks. The flashy strikes are counterbalanced nicely by Henry's technical boxing guidance and in depth striking game plans.

But Zabit is far from a one trick pony, growing up he attended a Russian combat sports boarding school where he became proficient in all aspects of professional fighting.

Fighting primarily in Russia, Magomedsharipov has run through a gauntlet of high level wrestlers on his way to the octagon. His heavy hips and lighting quick sprawl highlight his impenetrable take down defense. If he does end up on the ground his back doesn't stay on the canvas for more than a few seconds. Pinpoint accurate ground and pound from inside the guard rounds out the litany of tools that make Mark Henry's prodigal son a can't miss prospect in the featherweight division.

What this means for his debut:

Magomedsharipov will face off against German kickboxer Nick Hein in his octagon debut. This is an ideal match up for the highly touted Russian fighter. Hein will be more than happy to engage in a striking bout and forgo any take down attempts, giving Magomedsharipov the opportunity to showcase his world class striking abilities. Magomedsharipov's superior speed and technique will allow him to land hard throughout, however Hein's chin was able to with stand the onslaught of large lightweight James Vick, so it should keep him afloat in this featherweight debut.

Here is Magomedsharipov’s most recent bout against Valdines Silva in September of last year:

Who is Alexsander Rakic?

25-year-old Bosnian born light heavyweight prospect Alexsander Rakic will make his UFC debut in Rotterdam — a short two hour flight from Austria the country he now calls home. Rakic trains out of the Vienna-based Gym 23, with his most notable training partner being UFC vet and Josh Barnett opponent Nandor Guelmino. He has headed to Sweden's All Stars Gym for previous fight camps and will spend this entire fight camp in Coconut Creek, training with a multitude of stars at the American Top Team headquarters. Rakic sports an impressive 8-1 record, has never gone the distance, and has not lost since his 2011 professional debut. His biggest win to date is over former FFC champion and current ONE FC fighter Marcin Prachnio (13-2).

What should you expect:

Rakic has the prototype build for a light heavyweight — a lean 6’4” with long limbs. He began his career as a kickboxing student at 13-years-old and has slowly transitioned into a full fledged mixed martial artist.

Rakic is still a striker at heart, and if he is going to make a splash in the UFC it is going to be on the feet. He pushes a fast pace, immediately taking the center and drawing out attacks with feints and hard low kicks. He is opportunistic with his powerful counters, landing head kicks or hard hooks depending on what is presented to him.

Much of his grappling has been overpowering lesser opponents with Greco-style take downs and relentless ground and pound. The few times he has ended up on his back, he relied on his athleticism and well timed explosions to get back to his feet. For the most part he will be using anti-grappling skills to keep the fight standing where he is more comfortable.

In terms of the intangibles, Rakic has displayed an ironclad mental fortitude and unwillingness to give in when things are getting ugly. In his aforementioned bout with Prachnio. Rakic jumped out ahead before falling badly behind in the second, only to regain his composure in the third and score the knockout.

What this means for his debut:

Rakic will meet Nova Unaio’s Francimar Barosso in his September debut. Barosso will represent a huge leap from the competition that Rakic has encountered on the European circuit.

Barosso is a flat footed striker who throws all of his power behind single strikes. Rakic will be the far more dynamic striker and will have a definitive advantage when it comes to technical striking. The goal for Rakic in this fight will be to keep his distance from the hulking Brazilian’s clinch attempts and land from the outside. If it does go to the mat Barosso has the size and BJJ prowess to control the outcome of the fight.

Youth is also on the side of Rakic who is 12 years the junior of the 37 year old Barroso. This fight will answer a lot of questions about Rakic’s potential in the light heavyweight division. There is a lot to like about Rakic in this match up and if forced to chose I would lean towards Rakic having a victorious debut.

This 2015 bout against Martin Batur is a small sample of what Rakic is capable of on the feet:
 

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UFC Signs Matt Frevola, Allen Crowder, Lauren Mueller from Dana White’s Contender Series
Matt Frevola did not let opportunity pass him by.

The undefeated World Series of Fighting and Titan Fighting Championships vet submitted Jose Flores with a second-round arm-triangle choke on Week 8 of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series at the UFC Training Center in Las Vegas. One of three fighters who were signed to Ultimate Fighting Championship contracts, Frevola (6-0) prompted the tapout 3:32 into Round 2.

Flores (7-1) tried to keep his counterpart at bay with kicks, to no avail. Frevola floored him with a sweeping right hook in the first round and then secured a takedown in the second. Ultimately, he cinched an arm-triangle choke, cleared his legs and sealed the deal.

Bellator MMA alum Allen Crowder was also brought into the UFC fold, as he disposed of Don'Tale Mayes with ground-and-pound in the third round of their heavyweight pairing. Crowder (7-2) drew the curtain 4:12 into Round 3, as he recorded his second win in as many appearances.

Mayes (3-2) lacked the stamina to navigate deeper waters. Crowder exhausted him with takedowns and scrambles in the first round, applied ground-and-pound from full mount in the second and then went for the kill in the third. There, he struck for a takedown and again advanced to mount before dropping elbows and punches for the finish.

Meanwhile, San Diego Fight Club export Lauren Mueller kept her perfect professional record intact with a unanimous decision over Kelly McGill-Velasco in a three-round women’s bantamweight clash. All three cageside judges sided with Mueller (4-0): 30-27, 30-26 and 30-27. Like Frevola and Crowder, her performance was enough to warrant a UFC contract. McGill-Velasco (2-2) has lost back-to-back fights.

Elsewhere, Jackson-Wink MMA representative Bevon Lewis (4-0) took care of “The Ultimate Fighter 23” graduate Elias Urbina (3-1) with punches 2:47 into the second round of their middleweight affair; and the American Kickboxing Academy’s Adam Antolin (13-3) extended his winning streak to nine fights with a split decision -- 29-28, 28-29, 29-28 -- over fellow former Tachi Palace Fights champion Casey Kenney (7-1-1) in a three-round battle at 125 pounds.
Read more at http://www.sherdog.com/news/news/UF...s-Contender-Series-126519#bDWtQ2cBo6yjIeIv.99
 

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