Kickboxing gala Simply The Best 14 Prague, Saturday, Top Hotel Praha
Countdown is on. The WKN starts the third season of kickboxing world series on SFR Sport 5 this Saturday in Czech Republic. The show promoted by Petr Lamac is the third episode organized in the country. European kickboxing championship headlines the event held at Top Hotel Praha.
Simply The Best 14 Prague is a mixed show comprising kickboxing and MMA bouts. The A-list of Czech fighters face off international competitors. Three prestigious WKN titles will be contested during the evening.
In addition a series of the promotional trailers have been released. The latest clip hit the stream on Tuesday. It features Czech Daniel Skvor (21-6-2, 15 KOs) ahead of his super heavyweight encounter with his country-fellow, Jiri Stariat (11-5-0). The task for the 27-year-old Skvor who weighs 102 kg with the height of 195cm is as much or as little but a 24-year-old 135 kg, 207 cm tall vis-a-vis Stariat. The bout is scheduled at 3×3 minute rounds in K-1 kickboxing.
On the top of the bill Matous Kohout (16-4-0) of Czech goes up against Jente Van Hul (35-4-1) of Belgium. The contest is for the WKN middleweight European title in oriental kickboxing.
Also, the current WKN World super heavyweight champion out of Czech Ondrej Hutnik (87-10-2) faces off a heavyweight prospect Rade Opacic (7-1-0) of Serbia. The non-title international fight is scheduled at 3×3 minute rounds.
Furthermore, Tomasz Makowski (36-7-0) of Poland and Jan Holec (38-14-3) of Czech challenge for the WKN International super featherweight title. Viktor Pavlicek (3-0-0) of Czech takes on Ivo Cuk (15-8-0) of Croatia for the WKN International title [-120 kg] in MMA.
Among other bouts, Petr Vondracek (51-27-0) of Czech squares off with Wieslaw Kwasniewski (8-8-0) of Poland. Georgij Fibich (21-3-0) of Czech takes on Moritz Schacht (30-9-1) of Germany
In addition, Daniel Brunclík (19-11-0) of Czech is fighting Miroslav Cingel (42-15-4) of Slovakia. As well, Marek Cupka (4-2-0) of Czech vs Erik Matejovsky (4-4-0) of Slovakia. The World Kickboxing Network announced a complete fight card earlier this month.