WKN Kickboxing Releases Schedule for the rest of 2016
WKN Kickboxing championship belt / Pic: The Battle

World Kickboxing Network (WKN) – the largest kickboxing organization adds two more events to its busy schedule.

The WKN keeps the tradition of being the most active and prestigious kickboxing sanctioning body. Only in September four championship events were held in Colombia, France, Northern Ireland and Poland. In October we are in Slovakia to witness Simply The Best fight night. It is followed by Ganryujima martial arts show in Japan. France, Belgium and Poland accommodate international kickboxing in November and December.

The schedule above is now topped up by two more happenings in Cyprus and Greece.

On October 28 Chris Christodoulou returns international kickboxing to Cyprus. Uppercut 70 fight night is held at Lemon Park, Nicosia. The pro-am championship headlines the evening. National title bouts as well as rating contests feature on the card. Christodoulou launched Uppercut series in 2011. This is when he told FIGHTMAG about his experience in the industry that also includes 46 shows he had put together. Christodoulou is also involved in promotion of the Bigger’s Better series of boxing tournaments live on Eurosport.

On November 20 in Athens Stefanos Konstantinidis promotes the next edition of The Battle by WKN. The events are hands down the best fight shows in Greece. Generally sold out gatherings see some of the most prominent fighters inside the ring.

The press release on Thursday tells that “the event sets to be historical, sub-titled as the ‘National Pride’ It will see the leading Greek competitors of the current era of kickboxing. The concept dedicates to establish the list of today’s best fighters in Greece, who strive to eventually conquer the world, bringing the country to the first string of international elite.” The complete fight card will be revealed on the event page shortly.

In conclusion, the above makes the total of seven-event international programme for the next three months to close out 2016.

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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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