Escobar in Octagon Results
Jorge Acero Cali (center) presented WKN Kickboxing & MMA fight night 'Escobar in Octagon', Buenos Aires, Argentina / Saturday 16th April 2016 / Pic: Supplied

South American mega star Jorge Acero Cali presented Escobar in Octagon fight night on Saturday 16th April in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Escobar in Octagon showcased a combined Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts sports gala. Eleven-fight bill included nine stand-up and three MMA bouts. Knockouts, TKOs, submissions and technical points decisions entertained locals during the evening last Saturday night.

Promoter of the event, Jorge Acero Cali confirmed that he is still and always involved in the sport that taught him ‘some of the most notable values, such as a respect, honesty, healthy life style, partnership, solidarity and loyalty’. Those ones that he applies during his current political venture being a president of the city council in Escobar, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Cali is a former 4-time WKN world champion. He credits World Kickboxing Network and its’ president Stephane Cabrera for playing an outstanding role in his career. Cali has heartily promoted Escobar in Octagon event aiming to deliver the message of healthy life style, strength of mind, and of course loyalty and respect via combat sports.

Fight Results

Kickboxing

Cristian Dure wins on points vs Ezequiel Romero

Alejandro Quiroga wins by KO R3 vs Jose Fernandez

Diego Ibars wins by TKO R3 vs Gabriel Valenzuela

Cristian Guido wins on points vs Nestor Ojeda

Jonathan Bareiro wins on points vs Brian Quiroga

Nelson Castel wins on points vs Dario Coria

Gabriel Alastra wins by TKO R1 vs David Lopez

Jose Leccese wins by TKO R2 vs Juan Crus Quintana

MMA

Gonzalo Dominguez wins via R1 submission vs Ricardo Velazco

Damian Mino wins on points vs Marcelo Reinman

Gaston Monroe wins on points vs Facundo Dominguez

Escobar in Octagon was this year’s already second edition of WKN events in Argentina. It followed Bosch Tour that went ahead last March. The next installment is set for June when Simply The Best world series will host eleventh edition on KOMBAT Sport.

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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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