FightBox is proud to announce that King of Kings, one of the most recognizable brands of kickboxing, will return to live action from Chisinau, Moldova on Saturday April 1st 2017 starting at 6:30pm Central European Time (7:30pm in Moldova).
King of Kings is back in Moldova and that means big crowds, great entertainment and incredible in-ring action. Once again the Hero’s Series portion of the event will be live on FightBox HD with six big fights featuring top fighters from seven different countries. The ladies of KOK are the main attraction with two semifinal -51 kg fights scheduled. The first matchup features Esma Hasshass (5 - 2) from the world famous Hemmer’s Gym in Holland taking on the very tough Klaudia Pawicka (2 - 3) of Poland. On the other side of the bracket are Feride Kirat (22 - 7 - 4) of Turkey and Moldova’s Nadejda Kantsir (3 - 1). Many of these ladies have fought for KOK before, so they should all be familiar with one another.
Also, Sergei Morari, (18 - 4 - 1) one of the most accomplished Moldovan fighters and a two-time KOK WGP champion, returns to King of Kings to face a newcomer from the Chinuk Gym in Belarus, Vadim Vaskov (6 - 0). Morari will have the support of his countrymen and has a lot more professional experience, but will it be enough to defeat Vaskov, who is thirteen years younger and has one hundred and five amateur fights? The full fight card can be found below.
KOK -51 kg Ladies Semifinal Fights, Kickboxing Rules, 3 x 3 min
Esma Hasshass (Holland / Morocco) vs. Klaudia Pawicka (Poland)
Feride Kirat (Turkey) vs. Nadejda Kantsir (Moldova)
Kickboxing Rules, -85 kg, 3 x 3 min
Samir Boukhidous (Holland) vs. Nicolae Caraus (Moldova)
Kickboxing Rules, -95 kg, 3 x 3 min
Vasil Ducar (Czech Republic) vs. Alxandru Burduja (Moldova)
Kickboxing Rules, -77 kg, 3 x 3 min
Vadim Vaskov (Belarus) vs. Sergei Morari (Moldova)
Kickboxing Rules, +93 kg, 3 x 3 min
Keita Bangaly (France) vs. Maxim Bolotov (Moldova)
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 40 countries, the King of Kings coverage will also be available on-line to FilmBox Live subscribers and will be streaming live at www.fightboxlive.com for the incredible price of only €3.99!!