World Championship Kickboxing Headlines Simply The Best 13 Nowa Sol
Tomasz Makowski of Poland (R) and Michail Argiris of Greece (L) during their international kickboxing encounter at MFC 10 on Saturday, September 24, 2016 in Zielona Gora, Poland / Pic: Ultimate Shot

The WKN kickboxing world championship headlines Simply The Best 13 Nowa Sol on Saturday, December 3, 2016 in Poland.

Simply The Best 13 Nowa Sol finalizes the second season of the WKN world series on SFR Sport 5. It is a highly anticipated happening for Poland. The project traveled throughout the world. The international kickboxing events aired from numerous countries in Europe as well as from South American Argentina.

Particularly for Poland the event is significant also due to the country’s most eminent kickboxer Tomasz Makowski. He gets a deserved opportunity to challenge for the world title in the headliner of the show.

Makowski faced a TKO defeated against Federico Roma in the 2015 defense of his belt. Consequently he lost his the title. The bout was in the super bantamweight division. This time Poland’s star will fight in the super featherweight category. The name of his opponent is not yet revealed.

Indeed, it has been more than a year since a prestigious WKN world championship belt in kickboxing was contested on Polish soil last time.

The semi-main event will see a super welterweight kickboxing world championship. Lukasz Plawecki (14-11) of Poland is facing off Lello Perego (22-5-1) from Belgium. In additional the fight card includes the middleweight intercontinental championship. Poland’s Michal Szmajda represents Europe. Slawomir Przypis also features on the card. He will fight in the light heavyweight national championships. A series of rating bouts tops up the bill. The matchmaking is currently in makes.

The supervisor on the night is Cezary Podraza. He is the first man in kickboxing history to become the WKN world champion. The event airs live on FightBox HD, followed by the scheduled broadcast by SFR Sport 5 throughout Europe.

To date the fight card looks as the following:

WKN Kickboxing World Championship / Super Featherweight / 5x3mn
Tomasz Makowski (Poland) vs TBA

WKN Kickboxing World Championship / Super Welterweight / 5x3mn
Lukasz Plawecki (Poland) vs Lello Perego (Belgium)

WKN Kickboxing Intercontinental Championship / Oriental Rules / Middleweight / 3x3mn
Michal Szmajda (Poland) vs TBA

WKN Kickboxing Championship of Poland / Oriental Rules / Light Heavyweight / 3x3mn
Slawomir Przypis (Poland)