On Sunday, March 11, Kunlun Fight held its 70th event from the Mangrove Tree Resort Hotel in Sanya, China.

The main card featured two 70-kilogram qualifying four-man tournaments. In the first tournament grouping, 2014 tournament runner-up Victor Nagbe met Spain’s Elam Chavez and China’s Hu Yafei fought 2009 K-1 Koshien champion Shintaro Matsukura. In the second group pairing, 2017 quarter-finalist Yohann Drai took on Nikola “Ronin Jr.” Cimesa and China’s Feng Xingli battled the Czech Republic’s Michael Krcmar.

In the evening’s co-main event, former top-10 featherweight Wei Ninghui collided with WGP Kickboxing veteran Jordan Kranio.

The event aired live at 2:20 a.m. ET on Combat Press via Fite TV.

FULL RESULTS
Yohann Drai def. Feng Xingli by majority decision – 70-kilogram qualification tournament final
Wei Ninghui vs. Jordan Kranio ends in extra round draw
Wang Wenfeng def. Giorgi Khupenia by unanimous decision
MMA: Bagautdin Abasov def. Hasiter by knockout. Round 1
Kenta Yamada def. Feng Lei by split decision
Yohann Drai def. Nikola Cimesa by extra round split decision – 70-kilogram qualification tournament semifinal
Feng Xingli def. Michael Krcmar by majority decision – 70-kilogram qualification tournament semifinal
MMA: Mark Abelardo def. Yi Zha by decision
Law Chosing def. Sammy Banchamek by TKO. Round 2
Victor Nagbe def. Hu Yafei by TKO. Round 3 – 70-kilogram qualification tournament final
Wang Kehan def. Laetitia Madjene by unanimous decision
Victor Nagbe def. Elam Chavez by unanimous decision – 70-kilogram qualification tournament semifinal
Hu Yafei def. Shintaro Matsukura by split decision – 70-kilogram qualification tournament semifinal
Zhu Baotong def. Saeid Chahardouli by majority decision – 70-kilogram qualification tournament reserve

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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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