Female Kickboxing Girl Power 2 live on SFR Sport 5
Mallaury Kalachnikoff of France participates in female kickboxing tournament Girl Power, Friday, February 10, 2010 live on SFR Sport 5 / Pic: Supplied

Kickboxing 8 woman tournament Girl Power 2 airs live on SFR Sport 5 on Friday, February 10.

Girl Power 2 is an upcoming gala produced by the Bigger’s Better Boxing. The pilot of the show aired live on Pay-Per-View in 2014. This year famed organization, that has held three seasons of boxing tournaments live on Eurosport, restarts its activity.

The concept continues the knockout series of tournaments. Eight international athletes battle out in one night competition, aiming to take all.

On Sunday the WKN revealed the names on the card for an anticipated event on February 10 in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria.

This morning, the World’s governing body for all disciplines of kickboxing shared further details on the first four fighters.

Judit Laura Foldvari is 28-year-old athlete out of Hungary. She is victorious in 32 bouts out of 42 contests. She is a national champion in muaythai, who also holds the WFC world title belt. Zorka Stojanovic, 19, represents Bosnia. She earned 20 victorious in 28 bouts, as well as numerous WKF and WAKO titles of national, Balkans and European calibers.

The third name on the list is Laura Follereau. The 27-year-old is a 16-fight fighter out of France. In conclusion Mallaury Kalachnikoff, 19, is the second French competitor featuring on the program. National champion is also the WKN amateur world title challenger, who has faced a unique defeat out of 16 bouts. The tale of the tape of the rest fighters will be revealed shortly.

Bigger’s Better Girl Power 2 airs Friday 10th February starting at 20:00 (UTC+01:00) live on SFR Sport 5

The fast paced featherweight contests are of the 3 x 2 minute rounds with 1 minute break. An extra round applies in case of a draw in the final. The rules of the bouts are oriental (K-1) with also the allowance of the spinning back fist.

Hall of Fame referee out of the Atlantic City, Steve Smoger is announced to officiate the bouts.

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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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