Girl Power – 8 woman kickboxing tournament airs live on on Pay-Per-View on Friday, November 14, 2014 from Riga, Latvia.

Girl Power is a new series of tournaments produced by the Bigger’s Better Boxing Inc. The organization partners with the world’s leading governing body for kickboxing, the WKN (World Kickboxing Network).

From 2010 to 2013 Bigger’s Better Boxing Inc has held 27 episodes of the heavyweight tournaments live on Eurosport network. The shows aired from all around Europe including African Morocco. The organization also promotes IBA boxing championship live on air by Eurosport.

This Bigger’s Better show brings together the eight of the worlds featherweight female kickboxers from the West- & East European countries along with the Kingdom of Thailand and India.

The World Kickboxing Network has released today:

After three successful seasons of the heavyweight boxing contests Live on Eurosport (2010-2013), the Bigger’s Better starts a new chapter of Kick-Boxing World Grand Prix.

The first edition GIRLS POWER will be promoted in the Latvian city of Liepaja on Friday November 14 Live on PPV with Daily Motion across the World starting 8PM UTC+02:00 (Eastern European Time Zone)

The chosen platform for the LIVE PAY-PER-VIEW broadcast is DAILYMOTION, that is global video-sharing portal operated from France.

Dailymotion was the 31st most visited website in the world in 2012 with over 116 million unique visitors accessing the site monthly.

The GIRLS POWER kickboxing grand prix list of participants is presented below.

  • Anna Tatjana Lie Norum (Norway)
  • Daorung Samrong (Thailand)
  • Ratnadiptee Shimpi (India)
  • Pernille Schjønning (Denmark)
  • Karina Jarjomenko (Latvia)
  • Ivana Miklasova (Slovakia)
  • Elna Nilsson (Sweden)
  • Seda Duygu Aygun (Turkey)

Complete tale of the tape can be found on the WKN World website.

That is the great news for the beautiful part of sport, that the leading sanctioning body – the W.K.N., collaborated with the Bigger’s Better Inc, takes the global governing of female kickboxing.