Fabrice Aurieng and Ondrej Hutnik will challenge for the WKN kickboxing super heavyweight world title on Saturday, November 19, 2016 in Marseille, France.

The time has come for the forth edition of the Dark Fights. The event is promoted alongside La Nuit Des Champions 2016. France’s Fabrice Aurieng is taking on Odrej Hutnik for the prestigious WKN kickboxing world title.

The belt itself is as much or as little but an honorable trophy owned by Jerome Le Banner since 1998 and defended 4 times. The strap that ‘Geronimo’ earned at Evander Holyfield vs Vaughn Bean for the WBA and IBF heavyweight titles event at Georgia Dome in Atlanta, USA. Last August Le Banner retired victorious and afterwards vacated the title for the next generation.

Fabrice Aurieng is a solid name made-in France. He is a multiple champion in Savate, experienced kickboxer and boxer. In addition he is the winner of two Bigger’s Better tournaments. Although since 2014 the Frenchman is on the 7-fight winning streak he said he is not a favorite in the upcoming contest. LIDF reports that Aurieng wants nothing more but WKN title, even though he understands that 92-fight experience Hutnik is not a walk in the park.

Indeed, Ondrej Hutnik defeated Catalin Morosanu, Nicolas Wamba as well as Mikhail Tyuterev which declares enough. He hasn’t lost since 2014 either, producing an 8-fight winning portfolio.

Aurieng vs Hutnik for WKN world title headlines the 12 fight bill

Yohan Lidon is facing off Alim Nabiev of Azerbaijan for the WMC muaythai world title. Eddy Nait Slimani is fighting Masaaki Noiri of Japan. Bruce Codron and Stephane Susperregui are going up against Chingiz Allazov and Roman Kryklia of Belarus.

In addition two Pankration contests feature on the card. Ghiles Oudelha is taking on Romain Choukair, and Geysim Derouich is battling out against Emmanuel Mendy.

Fight Card

WKN Kickboxing world championship / Oriental rules / +96.6 kg / 5×3 mn
Fabrice Aurieng (France) vs Ondrej Hutnik (Czech Republic)

WMC Muay Thai world championship / -79 kg / 5×3 mn
Yohan Lidon (France) vs Alim Nabiev (Azerbaijan)

Kickboxing / -66 kg / 5×3 mn
Eddy Nait Slimani (France) vs Masaaki Noiri (Japon)

Kickboxing / -57 kg / 3×3 mn
Franck Gross (France) vs Hakim Hamech (France)

Kickboxing / +95 kg / 3×3 mn
Karim Zeghad (France) vs Mehdi Boumedienne (France)

Kickboxing / -70 kg / 3×3 mn
Franck Reoutzkoff (France) vs Cyril Yessad (France)

Kickboxing / -70 kg / 5×3 mn
Bruce Codron (France) vs Chingiz Allazov (Belarus)

Kickboxing / -100 kg / 3×3 mn
Stephane Susperregui (France) vs Roman Kryklia (Belarus)

Kickboxing / -72.5 kg / 3x 3mn
Thibault Rey (France) vs Jeremy Ragazzacci (France)

Kickboxing / -75 kg / 3×3 mn
Maxime Sanchez (France) vs Laoiri Benmohamed (France)

Pankration / -70 kg / 2×5 mn
Geysim Derouich vs Emmanuel Mendy

Pankration / -72 kg / 2×5 mn
Ghiles Oudelha vs Romain Choukair

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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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