On Sunday, Nov. 20, Enfusion returned to the Netherlands for Enfusion Live 43: Groningen. The event featured the second round of the Enfusion league tournament which featured six top 72.5-kilogram fighters competing for the 200,000 Euro grand prize.

The second round match-ups featured Enfusion 72.5-kilogram champion Tayfun Ozcan toppling rising prospect Serginio Kanters, Mohammed Jaraya defeating Enfusion 70-kilogram champion Jonay Risco, and Nordin Ben Moh picking up his second win of the tournament with a decision victory over France’s Crice Boussoukou.

In the evening’s main card action, Enfusion 63-kilogram champion Keng Superpro Samui defended his title for the first time against Dutch prospect Pascal Koster. Enfusion women’s 54-kilogram champion Iman Barlow topped Colombia’s Ilsury Hendrikse. Former top-10 light heavyweight Michael Duut successfully returned to the ring at heavyweight against Russia’s Nicolaj Falin.

The event aired live at 4 p.m. ET on Enfusionlive.com. The Kickboxing Talents No. 25 undercard aired live at 1:30 p.m. ET on Enfusionlive.com.

Enfusion League Standings Round 2 (Enfusion/Facebook)

Enfusion League Standings Round 2 (Enfusion/Facebook)

Mohammed Jaraya def. Jonay Risco by decision
Tayfun Ozcan def. Serginio Kanters by decision
Nordin Ben Moh def. Crice Boussoukou by decision
Michael Duut def. Nicolaj Falin by TKO. Round 1
Keng Superpro Samui def. Pascal Koster by decision – for 63-kilogram title
Fikri Ameziane def. Kamran Aminzade by decision
Iman Barlow def. Ilsury Hendrikse by decision – for women’s 54-kilogram title
Isaias Ramos def. Ali Zoubai by decision
Chain Superpro Samui def. Mohamed Didouh by decision
Arman Hannisyan def. Ervet Manga by knockout. Round 1
Khalid El Moukadam def. Eduard Domke by knockout. Round 1
Marijn De Lange def. Niels Wilmink by decision
Dimangio Jano def. Zakaria Miri by decision
Ayoub Allach def. Mustapha El Barbari by extra round decision

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