He just wouldn’t go down!
Fight between two tough fighters doing whatever it takes to take home a win. One of the best fights i have seen for this style of fighting. Watch the video below and witness the craziness.
K-1 began in 1993 and is a kickboxing platform and martial arts brand well-known worldwide mainly for its heavyweight division fights. On January 2012, K-1 Global Holdings Limited, a company registered in Hong Kong, acquired the rights to K-1, and is the current organizer of K-1 events worldwide.
The K-1 Rule Set
K-1 allows knees and a short clinch (where you can throw a knee or sweep the opponent).
- 6 point striking system (punches, kicks, knees)
- Kicks allowed to both high and low parts of body
- Limited clinch fighting allowed (a few strikes allowed from clinch such as knees before ref breaks it up)
Source: Kickboxing vs Muay Thai: Same Same But Different