Fabrice Aurieng is facing Ondrej Hutnik in the WKN super heavyweight world championship on Saturday, November 19, 2016 in Marseille, France.
Fabriece Aurieng is a Reunion-born, Marseille based all-arounder. He is a two-time winner of the Bigger’s Better boxing tournaments. He fought at Fight Night Saint Tropez and The Battle of Saint Raphael. Hands down the ‘Big Boy’ is today’s first string heavyweight kickboxer from France. In addition, Aurieng featured in the training camp of Australian boxer Lucas Browne ahead of his clash with Chagaev in March.
Ondrej Hutnik is a common prominent opponent from Czech Republic. Indeed, his record indicates the bouts at SuperKombat as well as the WFCA and King of the Ring belts. However, the top of the iceberg is his recent stoppage of popular Nicolas Wamba. Hutnik defeated Wamba at Simply The Best 10 Prague in April. He took the third round TKO victory as well as became a new WKN intercontinental champion.
The Aurieng vs Hutnik bout on November 19 in Marseille headlines the forth edition of Dark Fights. This time the VIP concept collaborates with the gala Nuit Des Champions . The bout is for the WKN super heavyweight world title. The one prestigious belt, that Jerome Le Banner has won in 1998, and defended numerous times. Indeed, ‘Geronimo’ hung the gloves last year at unforgettable Fight Night Saint Tropez. He vacated the belt giving an opportunity for today’s notorious athletes to challenge the eminent belt. Nevertheless, Le Banner is deeply involved in the promotion of the Dark Fights events, alongside Olivier Muller and Vincent Pelat.
So far the Dark Fights project has traveled throughout France. The debut show in Lyon saw Aurieng victorious over Luca Panto. The following chapter was in Paris where Lydon KO’d Karapetyan. We were then in Saint Tropez shoulder to shoulder with Mickey Rourke. The time has come for Dark Fights to highlight Marseille.