On Saturday, July 15, Kunlun Fight traveled to Chongqing, China for Kunlun Fight 64.

In the evening’s main event, one of the world’s best female kickboxers, Wang Kehan, took on fellow top kickboxer Anissa Haddouai. Kehan had lost just once in her illustrious career prior to the bout. Haddaoui was on a long winning streak before losing to Laëtitia Madjene in the Mulan tournament quarterfinals. Haddaoui replaced Madjene following a lack of communication and failure to negotiate between the promotion and Madjene.

The event aired live on the Kunlun Fight App.

FULL RESULTS
Anissa Haddaoui def. Wang Kehan by extra round decision – Mulan Legend championship
Jomthong Chuwattana def. Takuya “T-98” Imamura by TKO (low kick). Round 2, 2:50 – Kunlun Fight 70-kilogram qualifying tournament final
Pyotr Romankeich def. Jia Weichao by knockout.
Kenta Yamada def. Jia Aoqi by knockout (elbow).
Sun Zhixiang def. Amine Ahmidouch by unanimous decision
Jomthong Chuwattana def. Cedric Manhoef by extra round decision – Kunlun Fight 70-kilogram qualifying tournament semifinal
Takuya “T-98” Imamura def. Kong Lingfeng by TKO. Round 2 – Kunlun Fight 70-kilogram qualifying tournament semifinal
Feng Xingli def. Fernando Groenhart by knockout. – Kunlun Fight 70-kilogram qualifying tournament final
Lin Qiangbang def. Saipetch Ponjaroen by unanimous decision
Li Baoming def. Vinicius Dionísio
Chang Ningning def. Xu Yi by decision
Wang Wenfeng def. Jano Partsvania by decision
Fernando Groenhart def. Arman Hambaryan by TKO. Round 1, 2:16 – Kunlun Fight 70-kilogram qualifying tournament semifinal
Feng Xingli def. Lukasz Plawecki by decision – Kunlun Fight 70-kilogram qualifying tournament semifinal
Feng Lei def. Sasa Jovanovic by decision
Hu Zheng def. Jin Jincheng by decision
Wang Yingwen def. Zhang Meng by decision

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Zach Aittama
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Zach Aittama became a fan of martial arts at an early age. Hooked on the sport after one experience, Zach started training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai as a teenager. Watching the sport only increased his interest, building a fascination for combat sports around the globe. Years of training and amateur bouts later, Zach continues to train while working and attending school full-time. Zach started writing for Fight Sport Asia in 2014 and joined the Combat Press staff in July of 2015.

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