On Sunday, Sept. 9, Kunlun Fight traveled to Zhangqiu, China, for Kunlun Fight 76.

In the evening’s main card action, Superbon Banchamek looked to move into the quarterfinals of the 2018 Kunlun Fight 70-kilogram tournament when he took on the Congo’s Nayanesh Ayman, former top-10 featherweight Wei Ninghui fought two-time WGP Kickboxing challenger grand prix winner Jordan “Kranio,” and former Kunlun Fight champion Zhang Lipeng took on American James Chaney.

In the night’s one-night tournament action, eight women competed for the 2018 Mulan Legend championship. Among the competitors were top-10 pound-for-pound kickboxer Anissa Haddaoui, formerly ranked Wang Cong, and China’s Li Mingrui.

Also, China’s Lin Qiangbang returned against Fang Feida.

The event aired live at 7:30 a.m. ET on Elite Boxing TV and the Kunlun Fight App.

FULL RESULTS
Wang Cong def. Zhu Mengjia by unanimous decision – Mulan tournament final
MMA: Zhang Lipeng def. James Chaney by submission (rear-naked choke). Round 1
Wei Ninghui def. Jordan Kranio by TKO. Round 2
Fang Feida def. Lin Qiangbang by TKO. Round 4
Superbon Banchamek def. Nayanesh Ayman by unanimous decision
Wang Cong def. Block Nili by unanimous decision – Mulan tournament semifinal
Zhu Mengjia def. Anissa Haddaoui by extra-round split decision – Mulan tournament semifinal
Yan Xibo def. Orazgeldi Atabayev by TKO. Round 1
Yang Yu def. Daniel Stefanovski by unanimous decision
Sun Zhixiang def. Keijiro Miyakoshi by unanimous decision
Wang Cong def. Niamh Kinehan by unanimous decision – Mulan tournament quarterfinal
Block Nili def. Li Mingrui by knockout. Round 1 – Mulan tournament quarterfinal
Zhu Mengjia def. Vinnikova Svetlana by unanimous decision – Mulan tournament quarterfinal
Anissa Haddaoui def. Shi Lijiang by unanimous decision – Mulan tournament quarterfinal
Razanajatovo Fazaraly def. Hao Yang by unanimous 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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