2013 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Andy Ristie vs Giorgio Petrosyan – full fight Video GLORY 12

3_stars_k1_muay_thai_ranking_allthebestfightsReview: 2013-11-23, the fight between Giorgio Petrosyan and Andy Ristie was very technical but not so exciting until the finish…astonishing…it gets three stars! Giorgio Petrosyan (76-1-2) entered as the No.1 super welterweight in the world while Andy Ristie (42-3-1) entered as the No.7. Petrosyan vs Ristie is the semifinal of Glory lightweight world championship tournament; undercard of Joe Schilling vs Wayne Barrett – Glory 12. Watch the video!

 

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Event: GLORY 12 New York

Date: 2013-11-23

Where: The Theater at Madison Square Garden, New York, USA

Division: super welterweight (154 lbs, 69.9 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Giorgio Petrosyan def. Andy Ristie (Ko, round 3)

 

GLORY 12 fight card (main fights):
Robin van Roosmalen vs Andy Ristie final
Joe Schilling vs Wayne Barrett
Jamal Ben Saddik vs Ben Edwards
Giorgio Petrosyan vs Andy Ristie semifinal
Robin van Roosmalen vs Davit Kiria semifinal

Petrosyan’s previous fight: Giorgio Petrosyan vs Hafid El Boustati

Petrosyan’s next fight: Giorgio Petrosyan vs Erkan Varol

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Video:
Official video

Alternative highlights video

6 thoughts on “2013 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Andy Ristie vs Giorgio Petrosyan – full fight Video GLORY 12”

  1. very strange ending….petrosyan seems dead but the punch was not clean and Giorgio was also winning on points…but probably Ristie is a really powerful guy since it’s not so easy to knock down Petrosyan and Roosmalen in one night!!
    anyway…Petrosyan broke his left hand during the fight and this probably has influenced the result. A rematch is compulsory!

    1. UNBELIEVABLE… He knock’s out the #1 and #2 ranked lightweights in the entire world of kickboxing and you talk about a rematch! Utter stupidity and/or no knowledge of a fight can easily explain your response to this. I mean its a monstrosity to even say its not a clean punch LOFUCKINGL since when does a punch have to be clean to KO. besides all of that, a serious question would be, Have you ever hard sparred or been it an actual fight at any time in your life?

      1. Actually, you don’t need to be that aggressive. A rematch is desiderable simply because it would be interesting. We could see if that was a lucky punch or a real superiority. I do desire a rematch, indeed.

      2. so who Ristie has to fight? the #10 or maybe #20? I think Petrosyan deserve a rematch, he was the #1, he was winning the fight untill the ko and he fought with a broken hand!
        anyway…i m not a petrosyan’s fan, i prefer roosmalen or souwer’s style, more aggressive fighters, also Ristie’s style!! I’m not saying he doesn’t deserve to be the champ and the #1, i m just saying i would like to see a rematch against petrosyan, and the italian deserve it.
        PS for your last question: i have trained in muay thai, boxing and judo for more than 10 years and sparred daily with WKN european champions and national pro-boxing champion.

        1. Good point, im a Roosmalen fight style fan also, for some reason your post seemed like a troll. Petrosyan should rematch only because he simply doesnt loose. But, to rematch just to win on points would be terrible legacy output. It should stay as is.

  2. LIMBS BREAKING AND BEING INJURED AND FAILING BECAUSE OF THAT, ARE ALL PART AND PARCEL OF THAT FIGHTER NOT HAVING WHAT IT TAKES TO WIN, PHYSIOLOGICALLY OR PSYCHOLOGICALLY, BOTH BOYS WERE BEATEN BY A SUPERIOR HUMAN BEING… CREDIT TO THE TRAINER , FIGHTER AND D.N.A .

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