Girl Power Kickboxing
Girl Power Kickboxing

Girl Power Kickboxing live on B1B Pay-Per-View

Girl Power Kickboxing returns to Bulgaria this coming Friday with Episode 4 produced in Varna. The event follows two previous series held earlier this year on the Sunny Beach and in Stara Zagora live on SFR Sport 5. The pilot was presented on Dailymotion Pay-Per-View in Liepaja, Latvia in 2014.

Girl Power is a one-night eight-woman featherweight kickboxing contest. Each event features international fighters battling out in the single-elimination tournament: quarter-final, semi-final and final. The fast-paced bouts are scheduled at 3×2 minute rounds. To take all, the contender has to collect three victories during one evening, with prestigious WKN championship belt at stake.

The roster of upcoming show comprises the representatives of Belgium, France, Denmark, Czech, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia and Bosnia. The the program also includes WKN European light heavyweight championship between Bulgarian Aleksandar Petrov and Serbian Bojan Gajic.

On Monday the organization announced that in addition to live broadcast on European network SFR Sport 5, Girl Power 4 Varna airs on B1B Pay-Per-View. As explained, B1B Action Television is “a unique television network featuring a vast array of combat sport, car shows, kart racing and many exclusive live events”.

The tournament draw takes place at the official weigh-in ceremony conducted on Thursday. The list of competitors can be found below.

Girl Power Kickboxing is produced by Bigger’s Better Boxing and World Kickboxing Network. American Hall of Fame referee Steve Smoger officiates the bouts.

8-woman featherweight tournament
Ashley Gilson (Belgium)
Andra Mihai (France)
Pernille Schjonning (Denmark)
Tereza Dvorakova (Czech)
Raluca Costache (Romania)
Amalia Koleva (Bulgaria)
Dragica Jelisavac (Serbia)
Merima Basic (Bosnia)

Light heavyweight Aleksandar Petrov vs. Bojan Gajic – WKN European title

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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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