2016 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Joe Schilling vs Jason Wilnis 2 – full fight Video Glory 30

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2016-05-13, nice and close fight between Jason Wilnis and Joe Schilling: it gets three stars.

The former Glory and Wbc muay thai champion Joe Schilling entered this fight with a kickboxing record of 21-7-0 (12 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.3 cruiserweight in the world. He lost to Artem Levin in 2014 (=Schilling vs Levin 2) but then he has won three consecutive bouts beating Mike Lemaire in 2016 (=Schilling vs Lemaire).
His opponent, Jason Wilnis, has a record of 27-6-1 (13 knockouts) and he entered as the No.4 in the same weight class. He lost the first fight with Joe Schilling, held in 2015 (=Schilling vs Wilnis), but he came back to win in 2016 defeating Wang Chongyang and Filip Verlinden. Schilling vs Wilnis 2 is on the undercard of Simon Marcus vs Dustin Jacoby – Glory 30. Watch the video and rate this fight!

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Event: Glory 30: Los Angeles

Date: 2016-05-13

Where: Citizens Business Bank Arena, Ontario, California, USA

Division: catchweight (187.4 lbs, 85 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Jason Wilnis def. Joe Schilling (majority decision)

 

Schilling’s previous fight: Joe Schilling vs Mike Lemaire

Schilling’s next fight: Joe Schilling vs Hisaki Kato 2

Wilnis’ next fight: Simon Marcus vs Jason Wilnis 2

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Official video:
the fight Schilling vs Wilnis starts at 24:33

(Alternative video hosted on Ok.ru)

7 thoughts on “2016 K-1 MUAY THAI fight – Joe Schilling vs Jason Wilnis 2 – full fight Video Glory 30”

  1. Good fight with closer rounds but with Joe more active and in my opinion slightly ahead until he felt down and the referee call for a knock down. Unfortunately, it cost his victory. I was not sure about the validity of the knock down but after watching the reply I’m convinced it was a wrong call from the referee since i cannot see any punch as the cause of such a fall.

    1. Are you kidding me? Sure the punched grazed his head. But Joe fell on his a*s.. HIS A*S. That didn’t look like a slip at all. No cause of the fall? I’m not sure how he fell on his head then lol

      1. I watched it again (going back and forth) and i still believe hat those punches didn’t touch the Joe’s head.

        1. Wilnis is the man of this match you can see that joe was running for him and gettin those low kicks he was already tired after the first round he has to be glad that wilnis did not do his boxing game he just had to accept his lost like a pro does instead wining about his toe why wilnis lost his first fight not on points but a broken toe. For me joe is an amateur! Way you go Wilnis!!!

          1. Jagu: As I said in one of my previous comments the American kick boxers have no much experience in this sport and usually they are competing within North America with little international exposure. However, this isn’t Joe’s case since he has some international experience with a big winning against to A, Levin and a Thai fighter too. So calling him an amateur may be still valid if you do the same with Wilnis who never was able to win against a Thai and lost in front of Levin. On the other hand, as you can see here, they both have similar records and rankings. Please take your time and compare them as required then decide who is more amateur. In favor of Wilnis I can say that he is more focused in this sport than Joe who does also boxing and MMA and may not have the same concentration while fighting. Anyhow, others could say about this that it is beneficial but the kick boxers that are really good ones just do this sport. Going back to this fight agree it was very close but I have rounds 1 and 3 (before the knock down) for Joe and round 2 for Wilnis and I strongly believe he would be the winner if the knock down never happen. However, it will be nice to know more about the score of judges card before the fall.

  2. Could the slip be as a result of Joe’s broken toe? Forget that sh*t hurt, he probably couldn’t stand on it all that well by that point. After the fight you hear Joe telling Jason, “That’s a real broken toe.” Haaa, my broda, Joe still the man.

    1. bubu childdd: You could be quite right regarding the slip. I didn’t think about it even though I heard their comments about it. Thank you

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