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Kickboxing world-class events scheduled for October 13-14, 2017 / WKN Championship belt

Four world-class kickboxing events scheduled for Friday October 13 and Saturday October 14 in Bulgaria, Slovakia, France and China.

It all starts in Bulgaria this coming Friday where Girl Power Kickboxing produces Episode 4 held in Varna. The event is a one-night eight-woman featherweight kickboxing contest, featuring international fighters battling out in a single-elimination tournament with prestigious WKN belt at stake. The list of competitors includes the fighters out of Belgium, France, Denmark, Czech, Romania, Serbia, Bosnia and the representative of the country-host. In addition the program features WKN European light heavyweight championship between Bulgarian Aleksandar Petrov and Serbian Bojan Gajic. The show airs on SFR Sport 5 and B1B Pay-Per-View.

On Saturday we are back to Slovakia with kickboxing series Simply the Best 16 Kosice held at Steel Arena. The fight card comprises 13 bouts with the A-list Slovakian fighters up against international opponents, coming from Belarus, Czech, Poland, Lithuania, Romania and France. Vladimir Moravcik headlines the show facing off Yuri Bessmertny for WKN International super middleweight title. Heavyweight Tomas Mozny takes on Ayman Hassanin battling out in the co-main event. In addition Pavol Garaj challenges Matous Kohout for WKN International middleweight belt, while Mixed Martial Artist Miroslav Strbak goes up against Sergej Grecicho for WKN International welterweight title.

The next destination is France, where World GBC Tour 12 marks the return of Kickboxing World Championship to city Mazan. In the main event French Eddy Nait Slimani goes up against Korean Dong Su Kim challenging for WKN World super lightweight title. Serving as a co-main event, the reigning WKN World welterweight champion Bruce Codron takes on Russian-Austrian Ruslan Tokhtarov in defense of the belt. In addition, the fight card includes a four-man super lightweight tournament as well as a series of international bouts.

In conclusion Glory Kickboxing makes its debut in mainland China. The fight card at Glory 46 features the middleweight championship with Canadian Simon Marcus facing off Brazilian Alex Pereira in defense of the belt. As well, the current heavyweight title holder Dutch Rico Verhoeven takes on MMA veteran out of Brazil Antonio “BigFoot” Silva in a three-round non-title bout. In addition a four-man featherweight tournament and a series of super fights in kickboxing and Sanda top up the program.