Cezary Podraza Makes Kickboxing History

Cezary Podraza of Poland is the first in the history of kickboxing the WKN world champion.

The year of historic event dates 1994 in Katowice, Poland when Cezary Podraza defeated Mark Waters of England in the full contact championship of the world.

All up ‘SuperKick’ Podraza is a former 7 time champion of the World, where 4 belts are of the prestigious WKN collection.

With the total 313 amateur fights he lost only 14 times. His professional record states 71 fights with only 4 losses. Podraza ended 51 of his pro fights by the way of KO or TKO.

Fighting all around the Globe Cezary Podraza beat and fought some of the most eminent fighters at the time such as: Junato Cataldo, Jurgen Pelikan, Atanas Radev, Edgar Bielolusov, Oleg Prus, Ivo Chrastina, Mark Dwayer, Mark Ashton, Mark Waters, Jean Clod Felici Delan, Mickey ‘Sandman’ Sexton, Michale Cederhof, Rob “IRON LEG” Nelson, Asmauyi Karim, Laurent Periquet, Richard Augenai, Steave ‘Awesome’ Williams, Lex Easdon, Gary Briggs, Victor Novo, Wiliam Perez, Omar Benmadi, Marek Drazdzynski, Waldemar Hyrlik, Piotr Falender, Bernice Barber, DeJesus Diaso, Christo Christof, Georgi Iliev and many many others.

Today Cezary Podraza is the WKN official representative in Poland as well as the head coach at SuperKick fight club. He is a manager and trainer of renowned Tomasz Makowski. In addition Podraza won the 2010 regional elections in Dabrowa Gornicza.

The gallery includes Cezary Podraza in fight action as well as historic and memorable photographs. “SuperKick” is pictured with some of the most famed figures of sport such as boxing star Vladimir Kliscthko, World Kickboxing Network president Stephane Cabrera, K-1 super star Jerome Le Banner, promoters Olivier Muller and Don King, fighters Cyril Abidi, Thom Harinck… and also legendary Bill Wallace – one of the first four champions in the whole history of kickboxing.

The video below is one of Podraza’s victorious title defenses against American kickboxer Williams.

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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.

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