Kyokushin and K-1 legends Glaube Feitosa & Francisco Filho will take part in SENSHI Camp.
The training camps, which are held under the auspices of the Professional League of the Kyokushin World Union (KWU), contribute significantly to improving the level and perfecting the execution of the techniques of the fighters in Bulgaria. Accommodation and training costs of the participants are covered by the organizer.
The event will be accompanied by the last 2022 edition of the spectacular SENSHI international gala fight night, in which elite fighting stars from 18 countries will compete in titanic clashes.
For the first time, within the training camp of the Professional League of the Kyokushin World Union (KWU), No-Gi BJJ – Brazilian Jiu Jitsu training with Alex Alves, 5 dan, from Brazil. Part of the program will also be a special lecture on “Optimal nutrition and supplementation for fighters” with Belcho Hristov.
Glaube Araújo Feitosa born April 9, 1973 is a Brazilian former kickboxer and a kyokushin full contact karate practitioner who was competing in K-1. In 2005, Feitosa won K-1 World Grand Prix 2005 in Las Vegas tournament and was a K-1 World Grand Prix 2005 finalist. He has gone the distance with some of the top fighters in his time, such as Peter Aerts, Remy Bonjasky, Semmy Schilt and Errol Zimmerman. An accomplished karate fighter, he was known for his use of the “question mark kick,” utilizing the technique in several knockout victories in his career. Feitosa also holds wins over Cheick Kongo, Alistair Overeem, Ruslan Karaev, and Paul Slowinski.
A native of Brazil, Feitosa began training in Kyokushin karate from a young age, and fought in several world championship tournaments. While living in Tokyo, Japan he fought and trained in the Kyokushin – Team Ichigeki at the Ichigeki Plaza.
On April 30, 2005, Feitosa won the K-1 World Grand Prix 2005 in Las Vegas tournament with a unanimous decision over Dewey Cooper and two knockouts over Carter Williams and Gary Goodridge. At the eliminations he lost by decision to Semmy Schilt.
As a reserve fighter Glaube beat Goodridge by unanimous decision and advanced to the semifinals after Peter Aerts had to pull out due to a rib fracture, where he knocked out Musashi with a flying knee to get to the finals where he rematched Semmy Schilt. Glaube lost the fight by a first-round KO after a knee to the head.
As a WGP runner up he fought at the 2006 eliminations, beating Paul Slowinski by unanimous decision. He knocked out Ruslan Karaev in the first round and advanced to the semifinals, losing by TKO in the second round to Peter Aerts.
On September 29, 2007 Feitosa met German kickboxer Chalid Arrab at the K-1 World GP 2007 in Seoul Final 16. He won the fight by unanimous decision and qualified himself for K-1 World GP 2007 Final held on December 8, 2007 at the Yokohama Arena, Japan.
Feitosa met two-time defending champion Semmy Schilt. Glaube lost a unanimous decision to Semmy for the third time.
After knocking out Alex Roberts in March 2008, Glaube fought for the new Heavyweight title against Badr Hari at the K-1 World GP 2008 in Fukuoka. Glaube was knocked out in the first round.
At the K-1 World GP 2008 Final 16 Glaube fought the 2008 Amsterdam Champion, Errol Zimmerman. Glaube lost a unanimous decision after being battered by the heavy hands of his opponent over three rounds.
In 2009 Glaube knocked out Junichi Sawayashiki and was voted in by the fans to fight at the K-1 World Grand Prix 2009 Final 16, in a rematch against Errol Zimmerman. Zimmerman won by decision. Glaube has most recently been recruited by Maurico Shogun Rua to help him prepare for his upcoming fight with Lyoto Machida.
K-1 World Grand Prix 2009 – Final 8
K-1 World Grand Prix 2008 – Final 8
K-1 World Grand Prix 2007 – Final 8
K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 – Final 8 (3rd place)
K-1 World Grand Prix 2005 – Final 8 (2nd place)
2005 K-1 World Grand Prix Runner Up
2005 K-1 World Grand Prix in Las Vegas Champion
2005 MVP in Kyokushin Karate World Cup in Paris
2003 No.4 in 8th Kyokushin World Open Tournament Championship
1999 No.4 in 7th Kyokushin World Open Tournament Championship
1997 2nd Place in All World Karate-do Championship-Heavyweight
1997 America’s Cup Karate-do Champion
1997 All South American Karate-do Champion
1997 All Brazil Karate-do Champion
1996 All Brazil Karate-do Champion
1995 No.8 in 6th Kyokushin World Open Tournament Championship
Francisco Filho (born January 10, 1971) is a Brazilian Kyokushin Karateka and kickboxer. He is one of the few karate-ka to have successfully completed the 100 man kumite more than once.
He holds notable K-1 wins over Sam Greco, Andy Hug, Remy Bonjasky, Ernesto Hoost, Peter Aerts and Stefan Leko.
Francisco Filho started Kyokushin around age of 10 and received black belt six and half years later. He made his professional K-1 fighting debut on July 20, 1997 at the K-1 Dream ’97 tournament against Kyokushin and Seidokaikan fighter Andy Hug. This was their second encounter, the first being at the 5th Kyokushin World Tournament in 1991 that resulted in a controversial knockout victory for Filho with a technique that connected after the bell rang. The second fight was also won by Filho quickly earning the Brazilian a large fan base in Japan as well as making him one of the then top contenders for the K-1 World GP Championship title.
Filho has since held championship titles in both K-1 as well as in Kyokushin. He has not taken part in any major competition since 2004 but remains active developing young fighters and in overseeing Brazil’s Kyokushin national team.
In 2012, he appeared on The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil coaching with Vitor Belfort.
2001 K-1 World Grand Prix Runner Up
2001 K-1 World Grand Prix in Fukuoka Repechage A Champion
2000 K-1 World GP in Yokohama Champion
1999 Gold 7th Kyokushin World Open Karate Tournament (defeated Hajime Kazumi)
1997 Gold 1st Kyokushin World Weight Tournament Heavyweight
1995 Bronze 6th Kyokushin World Open Karate Tournament IKO 1 (lost to Hajime Kazumi)
1995 Gold Brazilian Open
1994 Gold Mundialito Open
1994 Gold 7th South American Championships
1993 Gold Brazilian Open
1992 Gold 6th South American Championships
1992 Gold Brazilian Open
1991 5th Kyokushin World Open Karate Tournament final 16 (lost to Kenji Yamaki)
1991 Gold Uruguayan Open Karate Championships
1990 Gold Paulista Championships
1990 Gold Brazilian Open
1989 Gold 5th South American Championships
1989 Gold Paulista Championships
1988 Gold Paulista Championships Juniors
1988 Brazilian Open 6th place
1987 Brazilian Open 7th place
1987 Gold Paulista Championships Juniors
1986 Silver Paulista Championships Juniors
1985 Silver Paulista Championships Juniors
In 1995 Fancisco Filho completed 100 man kumite in Brazil and in Japan.