Glory 15: Gokhan Saki vs Nathan Corbett

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  • Aired 04/12/2014
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#2 ranked Gokhan Saki faces #8 ranked Nathan Corbett start of the Light Heavyweight tounament at Glory 15.

>> THE KEY FACTOR HERE IS WILL

SAKI BRING DOWN THE POWER OF THE

TWO LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS HE HAD,

KNOCKS OUT HEAVYWEIGHT APPOINTS.

THAT WILL SET THE TONE TONIGHT.

NO ELBOW STRIKES, THROWS,

TAKE-DOWNS, SUBMISSION ATTEMPTS

OR STRIKING A DOWNED FIGHTER.

FIGHTERS CAN CLEVER IF THEY

IMMEDIATELY ATTACK WITH KNEE

STRIKES.

SCORING WITH SPECTACULAR

TECHNIQUES.

A WINNER BY KNOCKOUT WILL BE

DETERMINED IF HIS HAD OPPONENT

KNOCKS DOWN TWICE.

EXCEPT THE TOURNAMENT FINAL,

WHICH LIKE THE SINGLE MATCH

BOUTS.

WILL BE STOPPED IF AN O KNOCKS

HIM THREE TIMES DOWN.

A FIGHTER MAY NOT BE SAVED BY

THE BELL IN ANY ROUND.

ALL RIGHT.

LET'S ANY TO THE INTERNATIONAL

VOICE OF LORIE.

-- OF GLORY, HERE'S TIM

HUGHES.

>> THIS LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT

SEMIFINAL, SPRUCING FIRST,

FIGHTING OUT OF THE BLACK

CORNER, HE IS A 10-TIME HAD

WORLD MUY THAI RECORD.

15-4, 47 BIG WHIPS BY KNOCKOUT.

STANDING 6'1", 1.85-METERS.

HE WEIGHED IN AT 207 POUNDS,

FIGHTING TONIGHT FOR AUSTRALIA,

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,

INTRODUCING MITIGATION

PLANNAN "CARNAGE "CORBETT.

HERE NOW IS HIS APPOINT,

STANDING ON MY LEFT AND FIGHTING

OUT OF THE WHITE CORNER. A

DUTCH, AND EUROPEAN MUY THAI

CHAMPIONSHIP ION.

79 WINS, 56 BIG KNOCKOUTS.

6'1" HALF INCH TALL.

1.84-METERS, WEIGHING IN AT

209-POUND, 94.9-KILOS, FIGHTING

TONIGHT FOR TURKEY.

HERE IS GOKHAN "THE REBEL" SAKI.

AND YOUR REFEREE FOR THIS

CONTEST IS AL WINSTAR WORLD

CASINOERS.

ALWICKERS.

AND THE CHANTS OF "SAKI"

REVERBERATE IN ISTANBUL.

THE TOURNAMENT HAD VICTOR MUST

WIN TWO FIGHTS IN ONE NIGHT.

IT WILL BE WORLD IT WALKING AWAY

WITH $200,000 IN CASH.

AND THE BELT.

AND CORBETT WILL BEGIN.

>> BEAUTIFUL RIGHT HAND.

THIS IT'S FEAR IS ELECTRIC.

THIS IS WHAT YOU LIVE FOR AS A

FIGHTER.

I KNOW SINCE I WAS A LITTLE KID,

THIS IS WHERE YOU WANT TO BECOME

A CHAMPION IN AN ENVIRONMENT

LIKE THIS.

>> LEFT HAND BEHIND THE GUARD.

LAST KICK BY SAKI, GOING TO

WORK.

AND ATTACKING THE BODY HERE IN

ROUND ONE.

>> I THINK HE HAS HIM WORKED TO

THE BODY.

NICE, COUNTER LEFT HOOK.

SAKI, OFF A CONTROVERSIAL LOSS

IN GLORY 11.

MOVED FROM THE CAMP FROM THE

NETHERLANDS TO DUBAI.

SAID IT WAS A MUCH-NEEDED

CHANGE.

WANTED TO ESCAPE THE DREARY

WEATHER OF THE NETHERLANDS, AND

WANTED TO FOCUS ON THE SUNSHINE

Q. YOU FOCUS OURAR TEARIO LIGHT

HEAVYWEIGHT.

JAB BY CORBETT.

CORBETT PICKED UP A WIN AND THAT

WAS A LEFT HOOK THAT JARRED

CORBETT MOMENTARILY.

IT WAS A NO CONTEST.

BUT ADMITTED IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN

RULE WOULD A KNOCK-OUT WIN FOR

CORBETT.

AGAIN, A QUICK START IS

NECESSARY FOR THE WINNER, WHO

HAS TO FIGHT AGAIN TONIGHT.

ALWICKER -- THERE'S A TIME-OUT

CALL.

AND BLOOD ALL OVER THE UPPER

TORSO OF NATHAN CORBETT.

MAYBE HIS HAD EAR DRUM POPPED.

>> IT COULD HAVE AFFECTED HIS

EQUILIBRIUM.

AND THAT'S IT!

AND GOKHAN SAKI HAS ALREADY PUT

HIS PAGE TO THE TOURNAMENT

FINAL.

A VERY SAD STATE OF AFFAIRS FOR

NATHAN CORBETT, WHO'S COLFLOWER

EAR BLEW UP, HURTING HIS

EQUILIBRIUM. BUT SAKI LOOKS

VERY GOOD AND HE WINS HERE EARLY

IN THIS FLIGHT.

>> I THINK HE BLEW AN EAR DRUM.

CAN YOU SEE, HE'S DISORIENTATED.

WE'LL TAKE A LOOK AT IT IN SUPER

SLOW MOTION.

THIS IS VINTAGE LEFT HOOK.

A.K.A. THE SAKI BOMB, AND CAUGHT

HIM RIGHT BEHIND THE EAR AND YOU

CAN SEE IT WOBBLED HIM IT THERE.

THAT'S A VICIOUS TOOK TO GET

CAUGHT WITH.

VERY PAINFUL.

SAKI DID ASK HIM THE QUESTION

COMING INTO THIS FIGHT.

HE BROUGHT THE POWER DOWN FROM

HEAVYWEIGHT WITH HIM, WITH THE

SPEED AND THE EXPLOSION, AND AS

YOU SAID, HE'S A RENEWED

FIGHTER.

>> AND IT WAS THE SAKI BOMB THAT

DID IT, AS GOKHAN SAKI ADVANCES

TO THE GLORY LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT

LET MAKE IT OFFICIAL WITH THE

INTERNATIONAL GLORY RING

ANNOUNCER, TIM HUGHES.

>> Announcer: LADIES AND

GENTLEMEN, WE HAVE ABOFFICIAL

TIME WITH 2:26 WITH A STOPPED

FIGHT.

RULED A TECHNICAL KNOCKOUT FOR

YOUR WINNER, WHO NOW ADVANCES TO

THE TOURNAMENT FINAL.

GOKHAN SAKI.

>> SAKI IMPROVED TO 80-16,

RECORDING HIS 57TH VICTORY

INSIDE THE DISTANCE, MUCH TO THE

LIGHT OF THE CROWD AND EVER THE

SPORTSMAN, RAISING THE ARM OF

THE DEFEATED INNOCENT, AND NOW,

WE TAKE A LOOK AT THE BRACKETS

FOR THE TOURNAMENT.

SAKI ADVANCES TO THE TIME AND HE

AWAITS THE VICTOR OF THE NEXT

SEMIFINAL MATCHUP, BETWEEN THE

NUMBER ONE RANKED TYRONE SPONG

AN.

>> WE LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR

RETURN, RASHAD EVANS.

THANKS FOR YOUR TIME.

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