World Kickboxing Network announces four more international promotions
WKN kickboxing championship belt / Daniel Beronius

The World Kickboxing Network announces four more international promotions in March and April.

In addition to Kickboxing World Cup in Iran and European muaythai championship in Czech Republic, the number one kickboxing federation tops up the bill in March with three shows. The organization sanctions two international championship bouts in Germany and Greece as well as plays the role of a matchmaker for the gala in France.

On March 9 the WKN promotes a newly crowned international champion Dragos Zubco. Heavyweight kickboxer out of Moldova is going up against Yuksel Ayaydin of Turkey. The pair will square off at the Muay Thai Fighting Championship in French Saint-Priest.

Next is Cyril Pazitny of Slovakia who is fighting German Quban Hussaini. The match features on the card at MMA fight night Rock the Cage IV on March 11 in Greifswald. Pazitny and Hussaini will square off in the super featherweight international championship.

In conclusion, Chara Dimitroula of Greece is fighting Zorka Stojanovic of Bosnia. Female fighters will challenge for the super flyweight title. Dimitroula is a participant of SEiZA. Stojanovic competed at the Girl Power II. Their bout beautifies the King Pyrros event on March 18 in Ioannina.

No less busy is April. The WKN organizes an international match between French Abdallah Mabel and Pavol Garaj of Slovakia. The pair will battle out in Divonne-les-Bains on April 15. The bout features on the roster of previously announced events.

Five world championship belts at stake in France and on Sardinia Island on April 22. The WKN sanctions the Full Contact Night in Nice as well as the Night of Super Fight in Iglesias. Lastly, kickboxing series Simply The Best start the third season on April 29 in Prague.

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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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