K-1 World Max 2007总决赛全场完整[视频] 安迪苏瓦夺冠

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2007年冠军,安迪·萨瓦Andy Souwer(荷兰)。2007年06月28日日打响。

出场选手以及比赛结果:

第一场 : TATSUJI 胜 Andy Ologun 判定3-0

第二场 : 小比类卷贵之 胜 Tsogto" 忍"Amara 判定3-0

第三场 : Artur Kyshenko 胜 Soo-hwan Lee 第三回合KO

第四场 : Mike Zambidis 胜 Drago 三回合打平 加赛一回合判定 其实Drago的表现也可以进八强的~

第五场 : 佐藤嘉洋 胜 Denis Schneidmiller 判定3-0

第六场 : Andy Souwer 胜 Ole laursen 第一回合KO 帅气~

第七场 : Albert Kraus 胜 Virgil Kalakoda 判定3-0

第八场 : 播求 胜 Nicky Holtzken 判定3-0

第九场 : 魔裟斗 胜 J.Z .Calvan 判定3-0 J.Z的表现还算可以

这样决赛的名单就会是Artur Kyshenko Mike Zambidis 佐藤嘉洋 Andy Souwer Albert Kraus 播求 魔裟斗 第8个席位很可能是与Mike Zambidis火拼的Drago 。

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K-1是一种搏击比赛,K为Karate, Kongfu, Kickboxing等项目第一个字母的简写,这些项目均为一定规则下的搏击项目,1为第一、顶级之意,合在一起的含意为顶级搏击大赛。

K-1目前为日本国内最具影响的搏击比赛,并且其影响已逐步扩展到日本以外。 K-1在比赛形式上突破了传统体育比赛的单调模式,迎合现代观众尤其是青少年观众追求时尚的心理,大胆借鉴现代流行音乐和流行歌曲演唱会的表现方法,将最先进的灯光、音响、舞美、音乐导入比赛之中,进行了成功的结合。

从某种意义上讲,K-1的成功是现代体育与现代表演艺术结合的成功。 K-1给传统武技导入了一种全新的表现形式,冲击了传统武技固有的许多观念。K-1的成功,在日本国内引起其他武术流派的广泛关注,这种关注部分来自K-1对其他项目的冲击,另一部分则来自对其他武术流派对新技术条件下自身发展前景的思考。


 

K-1 World MAX系列赛事

K-1 World MAX是K-1从2002年新开办的一个系列赛事,MAX是Martial Artist`s Extreme的简称,参赛的对象为70公斤及以下选手。由于K-1 World GP是无差别级赛事,亚洲选手由于人种的原因在体格和体质上很难与欧美选手抗衡,但在小级别上,技术无疑是更重要的致胜因素,事实上在日本和泰国很多中量级选手具有很强的实力,于是K-1 World MAX应运而生为他们提供了展现亚洲力量的舞台。2002年5月的第一届K-1 World MAX共有8名选手参赛,其中日本、澳洲代表通过选拔产生,其他的为K-1特邀,我国散打名将“闪电开碑手”张家泼代表中国武协参赛,在第一轮负于泰国伦披尼拳场70公斤冠军高兰。自2004年开始,K-1 World MAX扩军,16名选手在4月捉对厮杀决出8人进入7月份的总决赛。2002年K-1 World MAX冠军为自由搏击王国荷兰的Albert Kraus,2003年头名被日本搏击偶像魔裟斗摘得,2004年新科状元则是来自泰国曼谷郊区的穷孩子播求(Buakaw Por.Puramuk)。K-1 World MAX的另一传统赛事是每年10月的“世界 vs 日本”对抗赛,7名世界一流好手与7名日本顶尖高手硬碰硬对决,我国散打选手“怪侠三毛”王三贞参加了2002年的这一赛事,以有争议的判定负于日本选手大野崇。不同于K-1 World GP选手的“傻大黑粗”,K-1 World MAX拥有不少外形俊朗的偶像拳手,吸引了大批的女拳迷。中量级选手所展现的速度、技术和爆发力的完美结合加上若乾偶像拳手的个人魅力使K-1 World MAX系列赛事正成为K-1新的亮点。


 

K-1 World Grand Prix 2007 Final was a martial arts event held by the K-1 on Saturday December 8, 2007 at the Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Japan. It was the 15th K-1 World GP Final, the culmination of a year full of regional elimination tournaments. All fights followed K-1's classic tournament format and were conducted under K-1 Rules, three rounds of three minutes each, with a possible tiebreaker.

 

The qualification for top eight fighters, K-1 World GP 2007 in Seoul Final 16 was held on October 28, 2007 in Seoul, Korea.[1]

 

The event drew a sellout crowd of 17,667 to the Yokohama Arena. It was broadcast live in Japan on the Fuji TV network; in South Korea on XTM; in Hong Kong on PCCW; in Australia on Main Event; in Brazil on Globosat; in Canada on The Fight Network; in Romania on ProTV; in Hungary on RTL Klub and across Scandinavia on Viasat. With all the delayed broadcasts bringing it to a total of 135 countries.[2] The English language commentary team was headed by an Australian Michael Schiavello, with four time K-1 World Champion Ernesto Hoost, Ray Sefo and Akebono. The event ring announcer was Jimmy Lennon Jr.

Opening Fights: K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R

Mitsugu Noda Japan def. Noel Cadet France
Noda defeated Cadet by TKO at 1:13 of the 2nd Round.
Jan Nortje South Africa def. Dong Wook Kim South Korea
Nortje defeated Kim by TKO (Punch) at 0:11 of the 2nd Round.
Takashi Tashikawa Japan def. Ki Min Kim South Korea
Tashikawa defeated Kim by KO at 1:21 of the 1st Round.

Reserve Fight: K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.1R

Paul Slowinski Poland def. Mighty Mo United States
Slowinski defeated Mo by TKO (Low Kicks) at 0:50 of the 2nd Round.

Quarter Finals: K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.1R

Jérôme Le Banner France def. Choi Hong-man South Korea
Le Banner defeated Choi by 3rd Round Unanimous Decision 3-0 (30-29, 30-28, 30-29).
Semmy Schilt Netherlands def. Glaube Feitosa Brazil
Schilt defeated Feitosa by 3rd Round Unanimous Decision 3-0 (30-27, 30-28, 30-27).
Remy Bonjasky Netherlands def. Badr Hari Morocco
Bonjasky defeated Hari by 3rd Round Majority Decision 2-0 (30-29, 29-29, 30-29).
Peter Aerts Netherlands def. Junichi Sawayashiki Japan
Aerts defeated Sawayashiki by KO (Straight Right Punch) at 1:29 of the 1st Round.

Semi Finals: K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.1R

Semmy Schilt Netherlands def. Jérôme Le Banner France
Schilt defeated Le Banner by TKO (Corner Stoppage) at 1:02 of the 2nd Round.
Peter Aerts Netherlands def. Remy Bonjasky Netherlands
Aerts defeated Bonjasky by 3rd Round Unanimous Decision 3-0 (30-29, 30-27, 30-28).

Super Fight: K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.2R

Musashi Japan def. David Dancrade France
Musashi defeated Dancrade by KO (Left Mid Kick) at 2:59 of the 1st Round.

Final: K-1 Rules / 3Min. 3R Ext.2R

Semmy Schilt Netherlands def. Peter Aerts Netherlands
Schilt defeated Aerts by TKO (Knee Injury) at 1:49 of the 1st Round.