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The first open European SENSHI Championship is postponed for 2021

13/11/2020 194

In view of the complicated epidemiological crisis related to COVID-19 in Bulgaria, the increased rate of COVID-19 infections and the measures introduced on Thursday by the Bulgarian Parliament by order of the Ministry of Health, in the interest of safeguarding the health and security of the athletes, the first Open European Championship under the KWU SENSHI rules and the professional SENSHI Fight Gala are postponed to next year. The decision was made by the organisers of the KWU International Professional League with Shihan Ivo Kamenov as Chairman.

The first of its kind Open European Championship was supposed to take place at the start of December 4th and 5th December, in the Arena Armeec Sofia sports hall, and the interest has been huge and from across the globe. In less than a month, 113 fighters from a total of 26 countries requested participation, and the finals were set to be held as part of the seventh edition of SENSHI Professional Fight Gala, along with four additional fights. Due to the complicated COVID-19 health situation in Bulgaria and Europe, and in compliance with the newly adopted regulations promulgated by the Bulgarian Parliament, which became effective on 12 November, all collective and individual sports events are to be performed without the attendance of an audience. Given the the scale of first Open European KWU SENSHI Championship and the immense interest, it will instead be held in 2021, when the epidemiological situation in the country and in Europe improves.

The European Championship will be open, and in order to comply with the legitimacy requirements, only athletes competing for European countries will be permitted to compete. They will be divided into six categories: -70, -75, -80, -85, -90, +90. Each category will include eight fighters. Candidates not meeting the requirements will not be allowed to compete.

Here is the full list of competitors and countries who have applied for the first Open European Championship under KWU SENSHI rules:

1 Mubariz Aghamaliyev 75, Azerbaijan
2 Siarhei Chrnetski 70, Belarus
3 Alexey Vavrenyuk 70, Belarus
4 Dzmitry Filipau 75, Belarus
5 Maxim Spodarenko 75, Belarus
6 Ruslan Nasibulin 80, Belarus
7 Ihar Petrovich 80, Belarus
8 Yauhen Miahkou 85, Belarus
9 Baris Mirashnichenka 85, Belarus
10 Alexander Halkin 90, Belarus
11 Sikorsky Dzmitry 90, Belarus
12 Fedor Koltun 90+, Belarus
13 David Atsman 90+, Belarus
14 Vinicius Santana de Oliveira 75, Brazil
15 Evandro Barbosa 80, Brazil
16 Humberto Isaías Mora 90, Brazil
17 Renan Hirata Maza 70, Brazil
18 Victor Xavier 70, Brazil
19 Vinicius Bereta 70, Brazil
20 Marcos Zinhani 85, Brazil
21 Gabriel Pereira Cavalari 90+, Brazil
22 Haime Morais 90+, Brazil
23 Petar Stoykov 70, Bulgaria
24 Stoyan Ilchev 75, Bulgaria
25 Todor Hranchev 75, Bulgaria
26 Aleksander Evstatiev 75, Bulgaria
27 Georgi Doychev 80, Bulgaria
28 Nikolay Yorgov 80, Bulgaria
29 Atanas Lichev 80, Bulgaria
30 Kristiyan Doychev 85, Bulgaria
31 Genady Stoev 85, Bulgaria
32 Kostadin Petrov Kurdjaliyski 90, Bulgaria
33 Kamen Georgiev 90, Bulgaria
34 Tony Markulev 90, Bulgaria
35 Vassil Dimitrov 90+, Bulgaria
36 Daniel Galabarov 90+, Bulgaria
37 Vincent Michaud 80+, Canada
38 Ndombol Minlo Manuel Dorian 75, Cameroon
39 Igor Okhman 70, Czech Republic
40 Daryl Irana 70, France
41 Jacquot Jean-Paul 85, France
42 Filali Amirouche 90, France
43 Sergej Braun 80, Germany
44 Mustafa Mohammed Waheeb 75, Iraq
45 Mohammed Ammar Adnan 80, Iraq
46 Mohammed Hameed Murtadha Salman 85, Iraq
47 Ishaq Mohammed Ali Abed 90, Iraq
48 Bahaa Nadhim Ali 90+, Iraq
49 Masoud Minaei 70, Iran
50 Mohammad Asadi Amin 75, Iran
51 Masoud Moghimiyan 80, Iran
52 Ali Takaloo 85, Iran
53 Faramarz Shahnasiri 90, Iran
54 Arman Baziari 90, Iran
55 Seyed Meysam Hoseini 90+, Iran
56 Sajjad Mohajeri 90+, Iran
57 Pasquale “Pako” Mangini 75, Italy
58 Juri Villani 75, Italy
59 Kuandyk Mukayev 70, Kazakhstan
60 Daniyar Alimusinov 70, Kazakhstan
61 Alisher Karmenov 70, Kazakhstan
62 Nurlykhan Sadvokassov 75, Kazakhstan
63 Juldassov Nurlan 75, Kazakhstan
64 Temirlan Nagashybayev 80, Kazakhstan
65 Khalid El Bakouri 85, Morocco/Netherlands
66 Anwar Dira 85, Morocco/Netherlands
67 Boubaker El Bakouri 90+, Morocco/Netherlands
68 Constantin “LIONCRUSHER” Rusu 75, Moldova
69 Ion Brițchi 90+, Moldova
70 Jeffrey van Duijn 70, Netherlands
71 Floris Hoek 75, Netherlands
72 Maciej Tercjak ACIEJ 70, Poland
73 Leandro Rodrigues Nicácio Gomes 70, Portugal
74 António Carlos Cosme Da Graça Boturão Das Neves 75, Portugal
75 Luis Filipe Riberio Ramalho Da Silva 80, Portugal
76 Serghei Zanosiev 70, Romania
77 Alin Cimpan 75, Romania
78 Al Mokdad Hassan 75, Romania
79 Eduard-Constantin Motriuc 85, Romania
80 Soare Alexandru 90, Romania
81 Pavel Cherepanov 70, Russia
82 Gholi-Bdjon Muhamadiev 70, Russia
83 Danielyan Ayk Avetikovich 70, Russia
84 Omar Abdulgamidovich Magomedov 70, Russia
85 Andrei Kotov 70, Russia
86 Makhamaev Magomed Ibrahimovich 70, Russia
87 Alexander «Skvortsman» Skvortsov 70, Russia
88 Alexander Anashkin 70, Russia
89 Artem Pashporin 70, Russia
90 Eduard Shigin 70, Russia
91 Kirill Grigorev 70, Russia
92 Kiril Ribin 75, Russia
93 Suliman Kosumov 75, Russia
94 Evgenii Vorontsov 75, Russia
95 Ilya Sokolov 75, Russia
96 Rizvan Simbagaev 80, Russia
97 Magomed Magomedov 85, Russia
98 Timur Gastashev 90+, Russia
99 Milos Jaksic 70, Serbia
100 Daniel Redondo Cardoso 70, Spain
101 Suhrob Nazarov 70, Tajikistan
102 Eraj Jaborov 75, Tajikistan
103 Fozildzhon Ralizoda 85, Tajikistan
104 Saidahmad Olimov 90, Tajikistan
105 Jemaa Khaled 75, Tunisia
106 Mykhailo Hrynchuk 70, Ukraine
107 Vital Hurkou 75, Ukraine
108 Anton Kalitventsev 80, Ukraine
109 Yauhen Lasheuski 80, Ukraine
110 Vladyslav Fostenko 90, Ukraine
111 Danylo Voievodkin 90+, Ukraine
112 Maxim Levchenko 90+, Ukraine
113 Sanjar Kalandarov 70, Uzbekistan

Additional matches included in the professional SENSHI Fight Gala

71,8 kg WAKO PRO: Slobodan Mijajlovic (Serbia), Atanas Bozhilov (Bulgaria)
75 kg WAKO PRO: Constantin Rusu (Moldova), Bogdan Shumarov (Bulgaria)
70 kg Muai Thay: Dmitro Hlevka (Portugal), Artem Pashporin (Russia)
81,4 kg К-1: Sergej Braun (Germany), Aleksandr Menkovich (Serbia)
55 kg К-1: Montana Aerts Netherland

The new dates for the Championship and the SENSHI Fight Gala will be set depending on the improvement of the epidemiological situation in Europe and they are expected to be announced soon.

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