Ivana Miklasova Ahead of Two Bouts
Ivana Miklasova / Pic: Supplied

Slovakian beauty Ivana Miklasova is scheduled for two international kickboxing bouts this autumn in Europe.

Ivana Miklasova, 22, is a popular fighter from Nitra, Slovakia. Two years back she broke the news with her tempting looks at the weigh-ins in Northern Ireland. However she prioritized to do the job inside the ring. The result saw a knockout victory over Ursula Agnew. She also earned the amateur world title. Few months later Miklasova fought in the Girl Power tournament in Latvia. She took two wins but faced a defeat in the final.

Nevertheless multiple national champion Miklasova was qualified to compete for the professional world title in 2015. She challenged Veronica Vernocchi in Italy. Although the result went to the opposite direction Miklasova cemented her name in the international rankings.

Consequently, this year Miklasova is on the mission to regain the glory. Last February she beat Sandra Bengtsson. International champion traveled from Sweden to Slovakia to battle the local star. European title was on the line. Miklasova took the judges decision as well as a prestigious WKN belt.

Last April Miklasova attended Carnage Seminar in Czech Republic. Slovakia’s beauty trained with the ‘Golden Elbows’ Nathan Corbett. Since, her debut muaythai bout is also on the cards. Moreover, she was spoken to fight Australian pride Yolanda Schmidt.

This autumn it all comes to the double impact on European soil.

On September 17th Ivana Miklasova (10, 2KO – 4) travels to France. She is facing undefeated Mallaury Kalachnikoff (18-0). Female fighters feature a prominent kickboxing card at the Battle of St Raphael IV.

Her next bout is happening on October 1st at Simply The Best 12 Poprad. The event will see Miklasova fighting experienced Ashley Gilson from Belgium. Among everything her record includes a spectacular bout versus the Greek sensation Marianna Kalergi.

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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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