Ismael Lazaar (Charrisa Hoop/Mixfight.NL)
Enfusion Live 45 Abu Dhabi Results: Peters Captures Tournament Title, Lazaar Stops Ogada
On Friday, Dec. 9, Enfusion traveled across the Mediterranean Sea to host the promotion’s inaugural event in Abu Dhabi, UAE, Enfusion Live 45: Abu Dhabi.
In the night’s main event, the 67-kilogram tournament champion was crowned. Eight fighters competed for the chance to earn a bid into the Enfusion League 67-kilogram field in 2017. In the semifinal action, England’s Charlie Peters fought South Africa’s Ncedo Gomba, China’s Vang Moua took on Morocco’s Ayoub Ahmamou, Pakistan’s Naqqash Khan battled Nigeria’s Onem Richard Ase, and Morocco’s Mohamed Didouh collided with Romania’s Lucian Mocanasu.
In the evening’s main card action, former Enfusion heavyweight champion Ismael Lazaar returned against Nigeria’s Gideon Ogenyi Ogaba. Enfusion Women’s 61-kilogram champion Mirisa Pires defended her title against the Netherlands’s Aleide Lawant. Moroccan middleweight Boubaker El Bakouri crossed paths with Russia’s Rustam Guseinov.
The event aired live at 3:00 p.m. ET on Enfusion’s live streaming service.
Charlie Peters def. Naqqash Khan by knockout. Round 1 – 67-kilogram tournament final
Ismael Lazaar def. Gideon Ogenyi Ogaba by knockout. Round 1
Aleide Lawant def. Mirisa Pires by unanimous decision – women’s 61-kilogram title
Boubaker El Bakouri def. Rustam Guseinov by TKO. Round 3
Charlie Peters def. Vang Moua by TKO (doctor stoppage). Round 2 – 67-kilogram tournament semifinal
Naqqash Khan def. Mohamed Didouh by extra round decision – 67-kilogram tournament semifinal
Juan Cervantes def. Kim Nielsen
Charlie Peters def. Ncedo Gomba by unanimous decision – 67-kilogram tournament quarterfinal
Vang Moua def. Ayoub Ahmamou by TKO. Round 4 – 67-kilogram tournament quarterfina
Naqqash Khan def. Onem Richard Ase by unanimous decision – 67-kilogram tournament quarterfinal
Mohamed Didouh def. Lucian Mocanasu by extra round decision – 67-kilogram tournament quarterfinal
Abdelilah Bouzakri def. Ayoub El Jabar by knockout. Round 2 – 67-kilogram tournament reserve bout