The World Kickboxing Network returns to Scotland with a pair of championship events scheduled for July 20 and August 3. Presented by Albert Ross the events take place at the Fraserburgh Leisure Centre in Fraserburgh, marking the organization’s third visit to the country this year. A couple of bouts have been recently announced for the first show billed as “The Rise of Champions” on July 20.
In one of the matchups Adam Milne of Aberdeen, Scotland takes on Sean Patterson of Burgess Hill, England. The contest is scheduled for three rounds at catchweight with the limit of 63 kg.
In another bout, Rhonan Williamson of Dunfermline squares off against his Scottish-fellow Brandon Innes of Aberdeen. The 68 kg bout is also scheduled for three rounds.
🏆 The Rise of Champions 🏆
July 20 @ Fraserburgh Leisure Centre 🏴 pic.twitter.com/IFtJh0fD0T
— World Kickboxing Network (@WKNkickboxing) July 3, 2019
Other matchups for The Rise of Champions are expected to be announced in the coming days.
The second event on August 3 is WKN British Open. The tournament features adults and juniors competing in their respective age and weight classes.
The list of disciplines includes Full Contact, “low kick” kickboxing and oriental rules (K-1 style). The teams from all over UK and abroad are expected to participate.
This Saturday (July 6) World Kickboxing Network presents the four-fight championship schedule in four different countries, such as Italy, Portugal, Bulgaria and Argentina.
The highlight features Nicola Canu of Italy up against Brandon Viera of France in the European Champion vs. World Champion matchup with WKN World Super Featherweight title on the line. The event takes place in Iglesias, Sardinia, Italy.
In addition, in November World Kickboxing Network returns to Oceania with WKN World Cup 2019 held at The Trusts Arena in Auckland, New Zealand. The event is headlined by Gregory Tony of France in defense of his WKN Super Heavyweight title against Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva of Brazil.