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FightBox’s KOK Hero’s Series - LIVE from Krefeld, Germany 30.11.2019


FightBox is proud to announce that King of Kings, one of the most recognizable brands of kickboxing, will return to live action from Krefeld, Germany on Saturday November 30th 2019 starting at 7:00 pm CET.

King of Kings returns to Germany for the first time in six years. The main attraction of the night is a four-man welterweight WGP tournament. In the first semi-final fight, Germany’s Ekrem Doruk will face Jay Overmeer of Holland. Doruk is a protégé of K1 legend Remy Bonjasky and has had some big fights over the past few years. His opponent, Overmeer, is a WFL champion in his home country of Holland. In the second semi-final Eddy Orcan of Germany will take on Chico Kwasi of Holland. Kwasi is a well known name in KOK having accumulated a record of 2-1 in the promotion. His opponent is Eddy Orcan of the Trust Gym in Hamburg. The two semi-final winners will square off later in the evening in the finals. This tournament is crucial in the KOK welterweight rankings as current champion Constantin Rusu has yet to defend the title since winning it in October of 2018.

The heavyweight division in KOK is really starting to heat up. In Germany we will find out who the next contender will be for the currently vacant KOK World Heavyweight Championship. It was in Slovakia on November 9th that Martin Pacas defeated Michal Turynski for the Interim Heavyweight Championship. This has earned him a World Heavyweight Title fight against the WGP tournament winner Aleksandar Dimovski in 2020. In Germany, Mahammed Daddouch will fight Sasa Polugic in a Contender Fight to decide who will face the winner of the Pacas - Dimovski World Title fight. The full fight card for the evening can be found below.

Preliminary Fights

Boxing Rules, 5 x 2 min, Pro-Am Title Fight

Adem Karayazili (Turkey) vs. Mario Schroder (Germany)

Boxing Rules, 4 x 3 min: Nawid Hakimsadeh (Turkey) vs. Dominik Tietz (Germany)

Boxing Rules, 10 x 3 min, GBC Intercontinential Title Fight

Piergiulio Ruhe (Germany) vs. TBA

Boxing Rules, 4 x 3 min, GBA Heavyweight Title Fight

Dominic Vial (Germany) vs. TBA

Kickboxing Rules, IKBO Pro-Am Title Fight, 6 x 2 min

Ronnie Donkor (Germany) vs. TBA

FightBox KOK Hero’s Series

MMA Rules, 5 x 3 min, IKBO World Title Fight

Hatef Moeil (Germany) vs. Wesley Martins Gracia De Almeida (Brazil)

Kickboxing Rules, 5 x 3 min, IKBO World Title Fight

Stefan Leko (Germany) vs. Karl Stahl (Germany)

Boxing Rules, 10 x 3 min, IBO Continental Title Fight

Alpay Yaman (Turkey) vs. Alexander Rigas (Germany)

Boxing Rules, 10 x 3 min, GBC Intercontinential Title Fight

Rami Ali (Lebanon) vs. TBA

KOK World Series in 2019 in Germany

MMA Rules, 5 x 3 min: Aziz Karaoglu (Germany) vs. Rodrigo Carlos (Brazil)

KOK Welterweight WGP Semi-Final #1

Ekrem Doruk (Germany) vs. Jay Overmeer (Holland)

KOK Welterweight WGP Semi-Final #2

Eddy Orcan (Germany) vs. Chico Kwasi (Holland)

KOK Heavyweight Contender Fight, 3 x 3 min

Mohammed Daddouch (Holland) vs. Sasa Polugic (Germany)

KOK Welterweight WGP Final Fight

Winner 1 vs. Winner 2


King of Kings provides events of the very highest level by bringing together world class athletes and the most dedicated fans of combat sports to the largest arenas in the world. KOK has a wide fan base due to its nature, its intensity and spontaneity and FightBox is the broadcasting associate for these series of events.

In addition to the live worldwide broadcast on the FightBox HD channel in over 60 countries, the King of Kings coverage will also be available on-line to FilmBox Live subscribers at Card is subject to change.



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