K-1 US Grand Prix In Los Angeles Live Stream Results And Discussion

K-1 Los Angeles

Today marks the return of K-1 to US soil, as the long standing kickboxing organization presents the K-1 Rising 2012 U.S. Grand Prix Championship in Los Angeles. The show will be available via live stream at Spike.com, though sadly, they've decided to charge $10 for the stream. Prelims (which will be streamed for free) begin at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT, with the main card to follow at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT.

The card for this show is a bit of a mixed bag. Featuring 12 fights, the US show is heavily based around building up future K-1 talent. The end result is a sacrifice of big names or particularly intriguing match-ups. This is a card all about building for the future. How will that work out for K-1? That's what we will find out tonight. For more on the show, be sure to check out my in-depth preview.


K-1 US Grand Prix 2012 Los Angeles Preview And Fight Card


The complete K-1 fight card is after the jump, and be sure to join us here at Bloody Elbow for live results and fight discussion.

K-1 U.S. Grand Prix 2012 Fight Card

Heavyweight Fights:
Xavier Vigney v. Seth Petruzelli
Rick Roufus v. Mighty Mo
Jack May v. Jarrell Miller
Randy Blake v. Dewey Cooper

MAX Fights:
Bryce Krause v. Justin Greskiewicz
Ben Yelle v. Joey Pagliuso
Michael Mananquil v. Scotty Leffler
Chaz Mulkey v. Kit Cope

Superfights:
Wentz Shuichi v. Romie Adanza
En Gang v. Travis Garlits
Lerdsila Chumpairtour v. Gabriel Varga
Markhaile Wedderburn v. Jeremiah Metcalf

Prelims:
Glen Spencer v. Mike Lemaire
Damien Earley v. Jermaine Soto
James Wilson v. Doug Sauer

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