A few hours ago, the weigh-in of the fighters who will take part in the professional fight show SENSHI 6 (KWU professional league) finished at the Lognoz hotel (Kamchia, Bulgaria).
One of the most prominent and fastest growing martial arts fighting organisation has prepared us a surprise. On 21st of August, at 12 p.m. (Eastern Standart Time), SENSHI will be returning with its sixth edition of its spectacular gala professional fight nights. Once again the organizers had prepared very promising fight card with big names from all over the world. Kickboxing and karate champions from Russia, Kazakhstan, England, Germany, France, Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia will show amazing techniques and extreme duels by the most attractive rulesets.
At SENSHI 6 we will witness 10 bouts, 7 of which will be for the SENSHI’s belt and will be played by the rules of KWU SENSHI and KWU Full Contact. The difference between the two styles is that in KWU SENSHI fighters can demonstrate more various techniques which include elbow strikes, throws, only one knee to the head with two hands grip, active clinch 5 seconds and sweeps. The other three fights will be by the K-1 rules.
All fighters passed successfully the official weight-ins and are ready for their fights.
Once again the legendary kickboxing trio – K-1 champions and professional instructors of KWU’s International Professional League Semmy Schilt, Ernesto Hoost and Peter Aerts will be special guests and referees at SENSHI’s event. Shihan Ivo Kamenov (6 dan) – Chairman of KWU’s International Professional League and Chairman of Bulgaria’s Martial Arts Association, and Shihan Alexandr Pichkounov (5 dan) – chief secretary of the league, will also be amongst the special guests.
Referee and special guest this time will also be the Czech Republic’s martial star Jan Soukup – European Kyokushin champion, a silver medalist from the World Kyokushin championship, and medalist from the prestigious “All Japan” tournament. He was also a participant in the “Battle of Champions 11: School vs. school” in Moscow and won against tough Timur Gastashev (Russia).
SENSHI 6 will take place in one of Bulgaria’s seaside resorts, under the starts, and regarding all necessary hygienic and organizational COVID-19 measures. SENSHI 6 will be broadcasted live internationally on www.boec.com and FITE TV.
Don’t miss the amazing fights on 21st of August, at 12 p.m. EST live. Here is the Fight card of the event:
Nurlykhan Sadvakasov (Qazaqstan) – Daniel Getsov (Bulgaria) KWU Full Contact, 75 kg
Omar Magomedov (Russia) – Dragomir Petrov (Bulgaria) KWU Full Contact, 70 kg
Andrew Turland (UK) – Petar Stoykov (Bulgaria) KWU SENSHI, 70 kg
Jean-Paul Jacquot (France) – Merey Suyunov (Qazaqstan) KWU Full Contact, 90 kg
Harry Hill (UK) – Nikolay Yorgov (Bulgaria) KWU Full Contact, 80 kg
Nikola Todorovic (Serbia) – Eduard Alexanyan (Bulgaria) K1 Rules, 80 kg
Alin Cimpan (Romania) – Atanas Bozhilov (Bulgaria) K1 Rules, 75 kg
Milos Bajovic (Serbia) – Bogdan Shumarov (Bulgaria) K1 Rules, 75 kg
Daniel Manole (Romania) – Serhei Braun (Germany) KWU Full Contact, 80 kg
Madalin Mogos (Romania) – Andrei Chekhonin (Russia) KWU Full Contact, 85 kg
KWU FULL CONTACT – no elbow strikes, no throws, only one knee to the head with two hands grip, active clinch 5 seconds, sweeps.
KWU SENSHI – elbow strikes, throws, only one knee to the head with two hands grip, active clinch 5 seconds, sweeps.