- Gepubliceerd op donderdag 13 december 2012 14:53
K-1, the world's strongest knock-out sport organization, has the pleasure to announce officially on 22 december in Bucharest, Romania the SUPERKOMBAT WGP FINAL 2012.
This event will be a special edition at heavyweight division in 2012 under the name of „Superkombat WGP Final in association with K-1” and will include in the fight-card K-1 names as Ismael Londt, Hesdy Gerges, Benjamin Adegbuyi, Pavel Zhuravlev, Sergey Lascenko, Arnold Oborotov and Raul Catinas, fighters who participated on 14 October in K-1 Tokyo Final 16, but also new generation fighters as Andrei Stoica and Ibrahim Arab or K-1 veterans as Carter Williams, Mighty Mo and Freddy Kemayo.
K-1 Global decided to present in association with Superkombat this special event wordwide in ustream.tv for only 5 US dollars beside the countries where Eurosport International and Eurosport Asia Pacific has coverage. “As we announced 3 months ago K-1 has a good co-operation with Superkombat and also they proved to promote very good k-1 rules events and discovering new heroes worldwide, that way I will be also present at this event in Bucharest, Romania, where I found out that K-1 is as famous as football and we will focus to countries where our product has impact as before in Japan and other countries ”, said Mike Kim, chairman of K-1. “This colaboration between our brands is very important for the fighters and keep them active and also the awarness and impact is stronger as we work together for the same purpose trying to make this sport atracting general public as we did already in some countries”, said Eduard Irimia, CEO of Superkombat.
Superkombat WGP Final 2012 hosted on 22 december at Polyvalent Hall ( Sala Polivalenta) “Ioan Kunst Ghermanescu” from Bucharest (Romania) will start live at 22:00 local time (21:00 – Central European Time).
Tickets for the event are available on www.eventim.ro, but also on Germanos, Vodafone and Orange store from all big cities of Romania.
Superkombat WGP Final, Bucharest, Romania, December 22, 21:00 CET
1. Super-fight (+96 kg)
Ibrahim Aarab (Marocco) vs Daniel Sam (Great Britain)
2. Tournament – semifinal 1 (+96 kg)
Pavel Zhuravlev (Ukraine) vs Benjamin Adegbuyi (Romania/Nigeria)
3. Tournament – semifinal 2 (+96 kg)
Ismael Londt (Suriname) vs Sebastian Ciobanu (Romania)
4. Tournament – reserve fight (+96 kg)
Freddy Kemayo (France) vs Sergey Lascenko (Ucraina)
5. Super-fight (+96 kg)
Carter Williams (USA) vs Hesdy Gerges (Egypt)
6. Superkombat world title (-95 kg)
Arnold Oborotov (Lithuania) vs Andrei Stoica (Romania)
7. Super-fight (+96 kg)
Mighty Mo (Samoa) vs Raul Catinas (Romania)
8. Superkombat final 2012 (+96 kg)
Winner of semifinal 1 vs Winner of semifinal 2
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The concept of SUPERKOMBAT® is based on fights at heavyweight division with stand-up rules between fighters from all around the world, coming from different fight disciplines, attracting viewers and spectators from different locations where the events take place. The organization is positioned as the only one world fighting elimination system at heavyweight divisions on stand-up rules broadcasted worldwide via Eurosport International and Eurosport Asia-Pacific in more than 75 countries.
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