April 15, 2011 – Aarhus, DENMARK – boxing tournament 8 man eliminator live on Eurosport in 59 countries and broadcasting in 20 different languages.

The first 2 shows were promoted in Cyprus, Pavilion Nicosia, the third – in Coral Beach Hotel. Then BIGGER’S BETTER moved to Sofia, Bulgaria and was promoted in Festa Hotels. All live on satellite and cable TV network – EUROSPORT.

The fifth installment happens next month April 15 in Danish city of Aarhus at NRGi Arena and it also already singed to promote BIGGER’S BETTER 6 at Benfica Lisbon Stadium in Portugal, June 17.

Well let’s go step by step – BIGGER’S BETTER 5 is organized at NRGi Arena which accommodates 5001 spectators. Its’ architecture inspired by the ancient Romans amphitheaters, where high and low levels were united in the roaring enthusiasm and excitement of senseless drama performed front of their eyes.

Hall hosts all major sport events and concerts and is also used for congresses, lectures and exhibitions. In NRGi Arena among others were hosted the European table tennis championships and World sports gymnastics. Culturally the NRGi Arena provided the setting for several major events, including the world famous horse show Appassionata, talks with Bill Clinton and Kofi Annan and Danish Melodi Grand Prix and a concert with Lionel Richie.

BIGGER’S BETTER 5 FIGHTERS PARTICIPANTS

  1. Ed MONSO – DENMARK ( KICKBOXING / THAI BOXING ) .
  2. Florin NASARE – ROMANIA ( BOXING ) .
  3. Tomasz BALA – POLAND ( KICKBOXING) .
  4. Konstantin AIRICH – GERMANY( BOXING )
  5. Damien TRZCINSKI – POLAND ( KICKBOXING )
  6. Niko FALIN – GERMANY( KICKBOXING )
  7. Vladimir ZELENT . BELGIUM ( BOXING )
  8. Martynas KNYZELIS – LITHUANIA ( KICKBOXING )

BIGGER’S BETTER QUALIFICATION FIGHT
Mourad RAID ( DENMARK ) vs Andre LANGEN ( GERMANY )

WKN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP THAIBOXING / 79,400 kg / 5×3 mn
Henrik NYEGAARD ( DENMARK ) vs Lefterio PEREGO ( BELGIUM . WKN EUROPEAN CHAMPION )

WKN EUROPEAN CHAMPION KICKBOXING Orientales Rules / 5×3 mn / 69,900 kg
Mohammed EL MIR ( DENMARK ) vs Alan GOZDZICKI ( BELGIUM . Former WKN EUROPEAN CHAMPION )

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Parviz Iskenderov
Parviz Iskenderov is a muaythai fighter from Perth, Australia. He is a former national champion of Belarus, and also a finalist of IFMA European Cup. He is an editor and journalist at FIGHTMAG. He covers national and world news. Iskenderov is also the WKN (World Kickboxing Network) international coordinator for Australia.