On Sunday, May 13, Kunlun Fight held its 74th event from Jinan, China.

The 2018 135-pound tournament champion was crowned when eight fighters competed for the chance to take home the belt with three victories in one night. In the quarterfinal match-ups, Somai met China’s Zhao Chongyang, former K-1 champion Taiga took on top Chinese prospect Lin Qiangbang, Romania’s Cristian Spetcu fought China’s Wang Wenfeng, and Spain’s Daniel Puertas Gallardo put his 11-fight winning streak on the line against Chinese youngster Jiao Daobo.

In the night’s main card action, top-10 pound-for-pound kickboxers Artur Kyshenko and Wang Kehan returned against Russia’s Timur Aylyarov and Auriele Froment, respectively.

The event aired live at 2:40 a.m. ET on Combat Press via Fite TV.

FULL RESULTS
Wang Wenfeng def. Lin Qiangbang by decision – 135-pound tournament final
Wang Kehan def. Auriele Froment by decision
Huang Kai def. Danil Vinnik by knockout. Round 1
Wang Wenfeng def. Daniel Gallardo by decision – 135-pound tournament semifinal
Lin Qiangbang def. Jiang Feng by knockout. Round 1 – 135-pound tournament semifinal
Ashihati def. Artur Gorlov by decision
Artur Kyshenko def. Timur Aylyarov by TKO. Round 3
Li Zhuangzhuang def. Albert Kraus by decision
Zheng Zhaoyu def. Fernando Nonato by TKO. Round 2
Jente Nnamadim def. Bo Fufan by TKO. Round 2
Wang Wenfeng def. Cristian Spetcu by decision – 135-pound tournament quarterfinal
Daniel Gallardo def. Jiao Daobo by decision- 135-pound tournament quarterfinal
Zhao Chongyang def. Saeksen Somai by decision – 135-pound tournament quarterfinal
Lin Qiangbang def. Taiga by decision – 135-pound tournament quarterfinal
Jiang Feng def. Zhang JinHu by decision – 135-pound tournament reserve bout

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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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