The World Kickboxing Network returns to Poland in November. The scheduled event has been confirmed by WKN National representative Cezary Podraza, following a brief announcement the organization made earlier this week via Twitter.
The date and place are yet to be revealed. Nevertheless “three WKN World pro-amateur title bouts” are expected to be featured on the programme.
The most recent event held in Poland was this past Friday (Oct. 19). The “All Styles Championship” promotion featured a national title fight between middleweights Patryk Kimula and Przemyslaw Kierpacz. The scheduled for three rounds contest in oriental kickboxing ended in favor of the latter, who earned a unanimous decision, consequently taking the belt.
In May this year the organization presented a professional World Title clash in the country-capital. Tomasz Sarara and Tomas Mozny battled it out for WKN Super Heavyweight strap at the National Stadium Warsaw, with over 25,000 people in attendance.
More information and the lineup for the upcoming show is expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
World Kickboxing Network returns to Poland in November. The event confirmed by Cezary Podraza this week, will feature three WKN World pro-amateur title bouts. The date, place and fight card will be announced shortly. pic.twitter.com/uEziCDxOJ3
— World Kickboxing Network (@WKNkickboxing) October 19, 2018