A number of international events in boxing, kickboxing and MMA are on the schedule for this Saturday, November 30, 2019, making up Fight Weekend. The list of countries accommodating the four-show selection includes Australia, New Zealand, France and Germany.
Australian boxer Anthony Mundine (48-9, 28 KO) and his country-fellow, former Muay Thai and kickboxing world champion John Wayne Parr (10-3, 10 KO) square off in a 10-round 75 kg catchweight match. The encounter tops the event billed as “Worlds Collide”, taking place at Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, South Bank. Also on the night, Ben Mahoney goes up against John Ruba, battling it out for a vacant IBO Asia Pacific Super Welterweight title.
New Zealand’s 15-fight undefeated Kelvin Joseph (15-0) faces former UFC fighter Brazilian Roan Carneiro (21-13). The pair of mixed martial artists contests for WKN Middleweight title in the headliner of NZ World Cup held at Eventfinda Stadium in Auckland. In addition to the bouts, NZ hip-hop legend SAVAGE and 4Sayken are scheduled to perform their hits.
French champion Samuel Dbili (8-3, 6 KO) takes on Bulgarian champion Branko Babachev (9-2, 2 KO) in WKN European Super Middleweight title fight. The five-round championship bout headlines the event titled “Fight Furious Tour 2019” in Perpignan. The event marks the seventh visit of World Kickboxing Network to France for 2019.
Melvin Schultz and Kevin Schotz faceoff in WKN German welterweight championship in pro-amateur class. The contest is featured on the seventh edition of annual “X’ite Fight Night” held in Trittau. The event follows a recent gala in Ingolstadt, which marked the return of kickboxing world championship to Germany.
The four-event selection for this Fight Weekend (Nov. 30) can be found below.
Worlds Collide – Brisbane, Australia
Anthony Mundine vs. John Wayne Parr
WKN World Cup 2019 – Auckland, New Zealand
Joseph Kelvin vs. Roan Carneiro
Fight Furious Tour 2019 – Perpignan, France
Samuel Dbili vs. Branko Babachev
X’ite Fight Night 7 – Trittau, Germany
Melvin Schultz vs. Kevin Schotz