Official information letter of the 4th KWU Kyokushin World Championship

The 4th KWU Kyokushin World Championship

among men and women in weight categories will be held on December 7-8, 2019, Qazaqstan, Nur-Sultan

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Peter Aerts’s fighters to participate at SENSHI 4

Some of the finest guys from Peter Aerts’s team will be coming to Bulgaria again to take part in the upcoming fourth edition of the biggest fighting gala night in martial arts SENSHI.

Japan’s three-time karate champion Yuta Uchida, Netherlands’s kickboxing champion Badr Ferdaous, Thomas Doeve and Ilyas Boukayoua will be making their second appearance in SENSHI. All 4 of Peter Aerts guys will participate in a title fights on October 26 in Varna at the Palace of Culture and Sports. Continue reading “Peter Aerts’s fighters to participate at SENSHI 4”

12 kickboxing and kyokushin fights set for the fighting show SENSHI

One of Bulgaria’s most intense and spectacular fighting organization SENSHI will be taking place on October 26 in Varna, Bulgaria at the Palace of culture and sport.

This time fight fans in Bulgaria will enjoy 12 kickboxing and Kyokushin fights. Five of the bouts will be conducted under the full contact karate Kyokushin style, two of the fights will go down under the K-1 rules and the rest of the clashes are set to be under the KWU International Professional League ruling. Continue reading “12 kickboxing and kyokushin fights set for the fighting show SENSHI”

Some of The Deadliest Samurai Were Women, But History Forgot

There is no shortage of stories about legendary Japanese samurai warriors in modern pop culture; but most stories only feature the male ones.   

Contrary to popular belief, female samurai existed and were just as fierce and skillful as their male counterparts.

Called the onna bugeisha, these deadly warriors were similarly trained in combat, self-defense and skillful use of weaponry, according to Japan Times. Continue reading “Some of The Deadliest Samurai Were Women, But History Forgot”