2015 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Saulo Cavalari vs Zack Mwekassa 2 – full fight Video Dynamite

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2 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-09-19, tough fight but not so exciting: Saulo Cavalari vs Zack Mwekassa 2 gets two stars.

Saulo Cavalari entered this fight with a professional kickboxing record of 31-3-0 (19 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.2 super cruiserweight in the world. He suffered his last loss in 2014 when he faced Tyrone Spong (=Spong vs Cavalari) but after this bout he has won three fights beating Artem Vakhitov in his last one.
His opponent, Zack Mwekassa, has an official record of 13-2-0 (12 KOs=92%) and he entered as the No.7 in the same weight class. He lost to Saulo Cavalari last year (=Mwekassa vs Cavalari I) but he came back to win in 2015 defeating Carlos Brooks (=Mwekassa vs Brooks). Cavalari vs Mwekassa 2, main event of “Glory: Dynamite 1”, is valid for the vacant Glory light heavyweight title. Watch the video and rate this fight!

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Event: Bellator & Glory: Dynamite 1

Date: 2015-09-19

Where: SAP Center, San Jose, California, USA

Division: super cruiserweight (210 lbs, 95.5 kg)

Title: vacant Glory Light Heavyweight Championship

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Saulo Cavalari def. Zack Mwekassa (majority decision, 48-46, 48-46, 47-47)

 

Dynamite 1 fight card (main fights):
Liam McGeary vs Tito Ortiz
Phil Davis vs Francis Carmont
Josh Thomson vs Mike Bronzoulis
Phil Davis vs Emanuel Newton
Muhammed ‘King Mo’ Lawal vs Linton Vassell
Kickboxing:
Saulo Cavalari vs Zack Mwekassa 2
Paul Daley vs Fernando Gonzalez

Mwekassa’s previous fight: Zack Mwekassa vs Carlos Brooks

Cavalari’s next fight: Saulo Cavalari vs Artem Vakhitov 2

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5 thoughts on “2015 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Saulo Cavalari vs Zack Mwekassa 2 – full fight Video Dynamite”

      1. Yes it’s true that in mma and boxing you can earn more but now Spong has not been fighting for six months (his last boxing match) and i haven t read any news for an upcoming fight.
        And what’s about Saki?!?! He fought just once in the last 17 months!! It’s really strange for a kickboxer.
        Do you think Spong could fight for a boxing world title in 2 or 3 years?

        1. He is an excellent kick boxer but as a boxer still has a lot to probe in spite of having knocked out both but mediocre opponents during his two first fights. As you well know this category is very tough and he is a little bit old and just 6 ft 2 in which is no much if compared with all the other available contenders, some of them very good prospects, with much more experience.
          He did only two fights this year and now is silent. To be considered for a title fight he needs at least 4 to 5 fights per year with good results to built up his career in terms of record and acquire a reasonable experience. In 3 years, almost “mission impossible”. I guess a dispute for a title is too late for him but a reasonable good career in boxing still quite possible with increased coming funds.

  1. Nice fight good enough also for 3 starts with a winner that was a bit concerned about the punching power of his rival but with much better techniques than him. I’m not sure if the referee took a count after the knock down in the second round. If he didn’t he should find immediately another job because it was caused by an excellent head kick. Also, he discounted points to Cavalari for holding which in my opinion was quite wrong. Time for this referee to retire.

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