Grueling K-1 World Grand Prix Euro On For Saturday

K-1 is hosting an eight man -85kg tournament on December 3rd in Tuzla, Bosnia & Herzegovina.  This is thought of around the combat sports world as the most grueling event an athlete can go through.  The fighter must win three fights in a row in one night to be crowned tournament champion.  Everything comes into play when preparing for an eight man tournament, strategy, heart, conditioning and overall will to win.  It takes a truly remarkable individual to put their health and well being on the line three different times to win the tournament.  Fighting was once described as human problem solving with dire physical consequences, now prepare to engage in the activity three times in one night in order to win it all.  K-1 World Grand Prix Euro is prepared to deliver fireworks to fight fans all over the world when they assemble Europe’s top -85kg kickboxing talent on December 3rd.  The card will also feature a 75kg fight and 90kg that will take place in between tournament bouts in order to give the tournament winners time to recover between semi-finals and the tournament final.

World Grand Prix Euro -85kg Tournament

  • David Radeff (France) vs. Nikola Noveski (Serbia)
  • Igor Emkic (BiH) vs. Guiseppe de Domenico (Italy)
  • Agron Preteni (Croatia) vs. Radoslaw Packuski (Poland)
  • Timu Aylyarov (Russia) vs. Vasil Ducar (Czech Republic)

Reserve Fight:

  • Mesud Selimovic (BiH) vs. Imanol Rodriguez (Spain)


  • 70kg – Giannis Skordilis (Greece) vs. Maycon Oller (Brazil)
  • 95kg – Borislav Vujanovic (BiH) vs. Aundre Groce (England)
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