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Topic: Alexey Ignashov


  
  Alexey Ignashov - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ignashov has often been accused by fans and critics alike of being a borderline alcoholic and his drinking-to-training ratio has come into question before.
Ignashov was trained in a Muay Thai background with the Chinuk gym in Belarus, but has also branched out and trained in locales such as New Zealand and Japan.
Alexey Ignashov is considered to be one of the most technical heavyweight kickboxer on the planet.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Alexey_Ignashov   (273 words)

  
 Simon Rutz Promotions presents muay thai - freefight gala - It's Showtime   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Legendary Dutch fighter Rob Kaman ended his career as a freefighter in a spectacular contest against Alexey Ignashov from Belarus.
One of the most dramatic fights of the evening was the fight between Alexey Ignashov and Loyd van Dams.
Alexey Ignashov, who needed little time to devastate his huge opponent Sem Schilt.
www.simonrutzpromotions.nl /uk/historie.html   (898 words)

  
 Shinsuke Nakamura, too cocky? - Puroresu Forum
K-1 MMA Rules: Alexey Ignashov beat Shinsuke Nakamura (R3 1:19) by KO other results can be seen at SSS...
The other fight is the controversial one, and was between IWGP Heavyweight Champion, Shinsuke Nakamura, and K-1's "next Cro Cop", Alexey Ignashov.
After flooring Nakamura, Ignashov threw a cheap kick to the back of his head, which normally might have gotten him a yellow card, but that was overlooked.
www.puroresu.com /forum/showthread.php?p=22978   (887 words)

  
 K-1 Forum - Alexey Ignashov
I will say this about Alexey, he has appeared at the top of more Topics then anybody else on this forum.
BTW, Bonjasky and Ignashov already fought 3 times in their early days before K1.
Remy won 2 fights and lost 1, by decision...
www.k-1usa.net /forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1209&whichpage=1   (517 words)

  
 Message Board - Main Forum, Topic 'K1 Paris Results'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Alexey Ignashov, considered a favorite to defend the European GP Championship he won here last time round, came up against Japanese fighter Noboru Uchida in the first bout.
From the bell an adjustment in style was apparent as Ignashov worked a variety of different punch attacks and was quick with the evasions, but didn't throw kicks.
In the third, Ignashov again eschewed kicks and although he did rather nicely with the fists, he was far from the explosive fighter he can be.
message.axkickboxing.com /index.phtml?action=dispthread&topic=15827&junk=1117434180.71637   (3758 words)

  
 MMAFighting.net Forums - Favorite: 2004 K-1 Champion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
I think Ignashov or Bonjasky is the favorite, but things might get interesting with Hoost and LeBanner back in the mix.
Ignashov has quality wins this year over Carter Williams and Semmy Schilt--two very respectable, tough opponents.
Ignashov and Bonjasky are the future of K-1 (Bonjasky lucked out with a razor thin field last year), but they're just not ready yet.
www.mmafighting.net /forum/showthread.php?t=6390   (559 words)

  
 WKA - News - K-1 Returns To Paris and Pay Per View May 27th
Russian knockout artist, Alexey Ignashov (71-8 (38 KO’s), and 6 foot 11 inch, 287 pound Dutch giant, Semmy Schilt (52-9-2 (41 KO’s), highlight the lineup of eight martial arts fighting champions who will vie for the K-1 “World Grand Prix 2005 in Paris” single-elimination tournament crown at Paris, France’s Paris-Bercy arena on Friday, May 27th.
The second contest in Ignashov’s end of the tournament draw pits the wiry and dangerous Aziz Khattou of Belgium against Chalid “Die Faust” of Germany.
The winner of the quarterfinal round matchup between Ignashov and Uchida will meet the victor of the bout between Khattou and “Die Faust” during the event’s semifinal round while the winner of the matchup between Schilt and Vondracek will face the victor of the bout between Hayashi and Kemayo during the semifinal round.
www.wkausa.com /news/k_1_052705.htm   (626 words)

  
 K-1 Scandinavia
Punch Mag: Alexey, you are a part of a very select circle of heavyweight's evolving in K-1.
Ignashov: Well, it became my job, so the first feeling is the responsibility towards my "entourage" (trade note :< --- entourage can be team or also family, it's the people around him)
PM: Alexey, you fight in MMA too, how do you prepare yourself, but even more: do you like this style of fighting?
www.vbc.se /news/04-11-01   (744 words)

  
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Finally, the big news of the week came when it was revealed that Belorussian star Alexey Ignashov will make his MMA debut at the Nagoya Dome against a yet-to-be-announced opponent.
Ignashov, sparring partner Sam Greco of Australia, and trainer Marco Cavalcante of the Varig Gym in Brazil, speaking through a variety of interpreters, answered questions from the media at Gold's Gym on Omori, near Kawasaki:
As for Alexey, I think whatever style, K-1, MMA, or whatever, you have to have the fighter's instinct, and Alexey does.
www.martialarts.dk /print_emne.asp?id=4355   (718 words)

  
 Kakutougi - Gym Alkmaar Presents: Iggy vs. Bregy
Alexey Ignashov will be fighting Bjorn Breggy on the 13th of february in Alkmaar.
14th February 2005 02:40 AM Yes, Ignashov has a tendency to show on (really) small tournements and then putting the main K1 career at risk like this, with a open vacancy against the champ, he should be ready I guess...
I really admire how he enjoys fighting and how he doesn't have that "too good for you" attitude, but it's clear he himself knows he can't give everything on those occasions, and he often runs the risk of having really disappointing performances (like in Croatia last year), or having injuries like this one...
forum.kakutougi.info /printthread.php?t=681   (1351 words)

  
 Puroresu Power - K-1 5/27 Paris results
Noboru Uchida defeated Alexey Ignashov by judges' decision after 3R.
I was surprised that Ignashov and Khattou make early exits, but since Abidi lost by KO I probably have to see it now.
Ignashov looked in great physical shape, with a pack of muscle around the shoulders.
pphradio.proboards27.com /index.cgi?board=MMA&action=display&thread=1117233805   (1543 words)

  
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Over the course of three rounds of play, Kaennorsing, who gave up approximately 70 pounds to his opponent, deployed a hit-and-run strategy that effectively prevented Ignashov from bringing the fight to the Thai.
Ignashov received his first yellow card in the third round and a second one during the overtime round that was added due to the judges’ inability to determine a winner after the third and final scheduled round came to a close.
Kaennorsing, who had won over the crowd during his courageous effort, also won the favor of two of the bout’s three judges to gain a majority decision win.
www.k-1fightnews.com /bio8.html   (394 words)

  
 Gameplanet Forums - The Better Franchise
The scenario you are referring to is probably when the man in my avatar (Alexey Ignashov) fought Steve Williams aka Dr Death, a former WWE wrestler.
Ignashov didnt even get touched, and the fight was over in 22 seconds.
ya ignashov looked like total hell, no bounce looked like he was about to puke ont he match, spose it was his last chance to get into the dome so better to give it a shot - i really enjoyed the musashi abidi fight - musashi has come really far in the alst couple years
www.gpforums.co.nz /showthread.php?s=&postid=3488007   (1513 words)

  
 Strong Style Spirit ~ Serving you New Japan coverage for over four years
Alexey Ignashov today provoked Nakamura for 12/31, by bragging that he could do the Shining Triangle, the IWGP Heavyweight Champion's self-created finisher.
Ignashov's sparring partner, Sam Greco, a WCW graduate, said that Alexey evolves as a fighter with every minute that he trains, and said Nakamura better take care, because another Cro Cop is arriving.
Nakamura admitted Ignashov, who K-1's producer called yesterday, "the next Mirko Cro Cop", is a very strong fighter, and is wary of his knee kick, which he compared to a full swing of a baseball bat.
www.puroresufan.com /news/archive.php?show=month&month=December&year=2003   (18069 words)

  
 Kakutougi - Alexey Ignashov vs. Peter Graham confirmed!
This is to be held in an event put together by Dixon in NZ.
And hell, it isn`t like Alexey could hide it where he is working out...
I hope his leg is in great condition for this fight, but I wouldn`t think Dixon would put him in if it weren`t.
forum.kakutougi.info /printthread.php?t=829   (736 words)

  
 SOUND PROJECTS || by Master Blaster   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The event, organised for the 6th time now, had top class fighters from all over the world.
One of them is Alexey Ignashov who is a K1 grandprix winner.
The stadium, house of dutch soccer team Ajax, was partially used to host an audience of 15.000 people.
www.soundprojects.com /content/index.php?id=5866   (90 words)

  
 Message Board - Main Forum, Topic 'Sefo Leaves Nz For Grand Prix'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Alexey has a wonderful trainer Andre whom I would rate as bing on a par with Lollo though if different way's, he is very Thai orientated but reads the game and understands the mechanics of other game palns very well.
He his very generous and open to new ideas, and appears to be really inovative with his own ideas, for example last night Alexey was doing tennis ball drills.
As for his future all going well it will be here in NZ, Alxey will be here for the next couple of weeks training.
message.axkickboxing.com /index.phtml?action=dispthread&topic=13674&junk=1100896400.94439   (703 words)

  
 Interview with Alexey Ignashov - Battle of the ANZACS #2 - Sherdog Mixed Martial Arts Forums
Interview with Alexey Ignashov - Battle of the ANZACS #2 - Sherdog Mixed Martial Arts Forums
Interview with Alexey Ignashov - Battle of the ANZACS #2
When he went to New-Zealand the next morning, Alexey went straight to the Hospital in Auckland to have a proper check-up.
www.sherdog.net /forums/showthread.php?threadid=251657   (1017 words)

  
 Strong Style Spirit ~ Serving you New Japan coverage for over four years
The odds were already against Nakamura, but with Ignashov barely breaking a sweat before the fight, there are worrying signs for New Japan and fans of Nakamura...
Nakamura spoke today of how he is going to try and finish Alexey Ignashov off quickly in their upcoming K-1 MMA fight.
After that, he was hurt in his fight with Ignashov, and since recovering (well, after the Takayama match) has focused mostly on training for his revenge fight, and has only appeared on a handful of events (3/27, 3/28, and 5/2).
www.puroresufan.com /script/show_archives.php?archive=1085636346&subaction=list-archive&   (9314 words)

  
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Alexy Ignashov by 3-0 UD Oliver Sperling - 27/5-2005, 21:34
IMO he did enough for the sake of the fans in Europe, K-1 and the promotion now he needs to time to let it heal properly mark my words when he is in full tip top condition he will be a force to reckon with..."
Det lyder som om at Ignashov har prøvet at melde afbud, men at K-1 organisationen tvang ham til at kæmpe.
www.martialarts.dk /print_emne.asp?id=9107   (3914 words)

  
 K-1 World GP 2004 Results: K-1 Owns Boxing
Willams was apparently a replacement for Vassily Jirov who K-1 had previously advertised for the event, despite Jirov's managment publicly stating that he would not be appearing.
In contrast the K-1 representatives were some of the best K-1 has to offer, Musashi, Remy Bonjasky, and Alexey Ignashov.
An interesting sidenote is Mercer has an iron-clad bout agreement with ESPN 2 to fight DaVarryl Williamson on June 8, just two days after his fight with Musashi.
www.bullshido.net /forums/archive/index.php/t-13231.html   (769 words)

  
 BloodyKnux.com - Kaoklai Kaennorsing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
His next fight would be a total write off of Kaoklai.
He was to face Alexey Ignashov, the Belarus fighter with a 63-6 record, who not only was bigger and stronger, but also is a K-1 veteran, in the opening round of the World Grand Prix.
Kaoklai would once again shock the world and show that size does not matter, by taking a decision victory over Ignashov, with a dodge and pick technique that confused Ignashov and he could not mount an offense.
www.bloodyknux.com /forum/printthread.php?t=455   (325 words)

  
 MMA-Fighter.com :: View topic - K-1 MMA on March 14th, Sapp Headlines
*also take note that Alexey Ignashov is fighting Steve 'Dr.Death'Williams.
He is a 44 year old pro wrestler that has never been involved in MMA or K-1.
was ignashov not supposed to have a rematch against nakamura?
mma-fighter.com /forum/viewtopic.php?p=28484&sid=f6b1a27e6615b89a6ae6162bde4c1423   (1021 words)

  
 Ring of Fire Mixed Martial Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Kaennorsing was expected to be manhandled by the dangerous Alexey Ignashov during their September 25th single bout matchup in Tokyo, Japan.
After the first bell sounded, however, the 6 foot 5 inch, 240-pound Ignashov, widely regarded as one of the top five contenders within the sport’s ranks, looked perplexed as he could not find his mark throughout three scheduled rounds and an added, overtime round.
Kaennorsing, who stole the hearts of most onlookers with his courageous effort, also won over two of three judges to gain a majority decision win.
www.rofmma.com /rof/html/modules.php?name=News&new_topic=5   (639 words)

  
 Rings Around The World: Rare & Imported Wrestling Tapes
New Year's Eve will be remembered as MMA day in Japan, with three huge events running simultaneously around the country.
Mike Tyson was on hand to offer his thoughts on each fight, and to build up his impending PPV collision with Bob Sapp.
Genki Sudo vs Butterbean… Ernesto Hoost vs Montanha Silva… David Khakhaleichivili vs Yoshihiro Nakao… Francisco Filho vs Toa… Alexey Ignashov vs Shinsuke Nakamura… Bob Sapp vs Akebono
www.rulefine.demon.co.uk /k1.htm   (610 words)

  
 Iron Life Forums - View Single Post - Kickboxing News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The event that will send its eight, single-fight winners to December 4th’s “World Grand Prix Finals” tournament will also see the return of superstars Ernesto Hoost, Alexey Ignashov, Peter Aerts, and Remy Bonjasky as well as a highly-anticipated matchup between brawlers Gary Goodridge and “Mighty Mo” Siligia.
LeBanner, who reached the championship round of the annual, year-end tournament in 1995 and 2002, has been on a comeback trail since he sustained an elbow injury during the championship round of his last appearance there.
The matchups that will air are expected to be announced over the course of the next three weeks.
www.ironlife.com /forum/showpost.php?p=583729&postcount=1   (2555 words)

  
 SuperiorMuscle - K1 World Grand Prix 2004 Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Mighty Mo wins by knockout at 2:58 of the first round over Gary Goodridge
Fight 2 - Kaoklai Kaennorsing vs. Alexey Ignashov
Kaoklai Kaennorsing wins an overtime round split decision over Alexey Ignashov - after three rounds, the judges had it 30-30, 30-29, 30-30 (majority draw).
www.superiormuscle.com /vbulletin/showthread.php?threadid=20106   (298 words)

  
 K-1 World GP 2002 - L'intégrale - Paris (2002) :-:NetMovies:-:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
This DVD presents you the greatest championship of fight, the K-1 World GP, in 2002 in Paris.
Alexey Ignashov, Cyril Abidi, Ernesto Hoost, Jérôme Le Banner, Stéfan Leko
Be the first to write a review for this movie!
www.netmovies.ch /movie.php?typeID=13890   (118 words)

  
 K1-MMA-May-22-2004-update
The main event will feature K-1 favorite Bob Sapp against PRIDE veteran
Also, K-1 veteran Alexey Ignashov will be taking on pro-wrestler Shinsuke Nakamura
in which Ignashov was ruled the victor but later
www.thefightgame.tv /K1-MMA-May-22-2004-update.htm   (116 words)

  
 KarateForums.com - pro wrestlers are going too dominate mma!
I was going to start doing a few Grappling events that they have ranked, but my elbow is still screwed up.
Alexey Ignashov [ Belarus / Chinuk Gym ] vs Shinsuke Nakamura [ Japan / New Japan Pro-Wrestling ]
Mauricio Da Silva [ Brazil / Team TBC ] vs The Predator [ USA / UPW ]
www.karateforums.com /archive/o_t/t_11646/start_10   (378 words)

  
 Steroidology Forums -- Uncover The Truth About Modern Bodybuilding - K-1 WORLD GP 2004 in TOKYO FINAL ELIMINATION
Matchmaker Sadaharu Tanigawa held a press conference to discuss the promotion's 9/25 World GP tournament show (which is expected to take place at Nippon Budokan).
The show will feature Remy Bonjasky, Musashi, Peter Aerts, Cyril Abidi, Ray Sefo, Alexey Ignashov, Frans Botha, Ernesto Hoost, Jerome Le Banner, Michael McDonald, Gary Goodridge, Hiromi Amada, and the champions from the 7/17 Seoul and 8/7 Las Vegas GP tournaments.
This must be even better then what other show in the the last 12 months!
www.steroidology.com /forum/showthread.php?t=45577   (327 words)

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