International kickboxing returned to Czech Republic with Yangames Fight Night held on Thursday July 27 in Prague.
Yangames Fight Night comprised a series of heavyweight bouts as well as an eight-main tournament. The event was the second visit of World Kickboxing Network to Czech Republic this year following Simply The Best 14 Prague produced in April.
The headline bout was a challenge for the WKN European heavyweight title. Czech star Ondrej Hutnik scored victory against Lithuanian Sergej Maslobojev claiming a prestigious belt.
The second bout from the top was a contest for the WKN International super heavyweight title. Czech Petr Vondracek stopped German Neil Aquino in the second round earning the title.
Collecting three victories during one evening Russian Mikhail Tuterev took all eight-man heavyweight tournament. He defeated Greek Anastasios Karagiannidis, Czech Michal Reissinger and Iranian Mohamed Namivandi.
Also on the night Tomas Hron defeated Roman Kryklia and Daniel Skvor defeated Yuriy Sarazhan. In the opening bout Erik Micka defeated David Kubat.
The event was promoted by Petr Lamac. The championship supervisor was Lukas Bodyy of Slovakia. Complete results can be found below.
Heavyweight Ondrej Hutnik def. Sergej Maslobojev via decision
Super heavyweight Petr Vondracek def. Neil Aquino via second-round TKO
Super heavyweight Tomas Hron def. Roman Kryklia via decision
Super heavyweight Daniel Skvor def. Yuriy Sarazhan via decision
Super featherweight: Erik Micka def. David Kubat via decision
Eight-man Heavyweight tournament
Quarter-final: Michal Reissinger def. Victor Mihai via decision
Quarter-final: Mikhail Tuterev def. Anastasios Karagiannidis via first-round KO
Quarter-final: Mohamed Namivandi def. Claudiu Istrate (extra round)
Quarter-final: Luca Panto def. Gordon Haupt via decision
Semi-final: Mikhail Tuterev def. Michal Reissinger via first-round TKO
Semi-final: Mohamed Namivandi def. Luca Panto via second-round KO
Final: Mikhail Tuterev def. Mohamed Namivandi via decision