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SENSHI 6: Results

The sixth edition of the SENSHI fight night took place on Friday 21.08.2020

Here are the results:

Daniel Getsov won against Nurlhan Sadvokasov

Dragomir Petrov won against Omar Magomedov

Petar Stoykov won against Andrew Turland

Merey Suyunov won against Jean-Paul Jacquet

Nikolay Yorgov won against Harry Hill

Nikola Todorovic won against Eduard Aleksanyan

Atanas Bojilov  won against Alin Cimpan

Bogdan Shumarov won against Milos Bayovic

Sergej Braun won against Daniel Manole

Andrei Chekhonin  won against Madalin Mogos

Special prizes:

Best Technique: Sergej Braun

Fighting Spirit: Bogdan Shumarov

Best Knockout: Andrei Chekhonin


Special guests for the event were the legendary K-1 Heavyweight Champions who are also instructors at the KWU International Professional League Seminars –Ernesto Hoost, Peter Aerts, Semmy Schilt.  Тhe Chairman of KWU International Professional League and head of the National combat sports association in Bulgaria Shihan Ivo Kamenov (6th degree) and the General Secretary of KWU Aleksandr Pichkunov (5th degree will also be attending the event. Special guests are the Czech superstar Jan Sokoup who is a European champion, a silver medalist from World Championship, and winner of the “All Japan” tournament and Sensei Sergey Plekhanov – silver medalist from Absolute Open championship 2003 and multiple Russian champion. 

Last year the SENSHI fight nights introduced the rules and regulations of the KWU International Professional League.

The main goal was not only a bigger attraction to the crowd but returning to the glorious past and the traditions of Kyokushin. There were full contact fights with blows to the head, takedowns, and elbows.

The idea started with the opening SENSHI fight night. There was one fight under those rules while the second fight night produced 4 full contact bouts.

The crowd obviously loved it and the fans started to require more and more.

By the end of 2019, we witnessed SENSHI Cup – a two-day tournament that included fights conducted under the KWU SENSHI rules. There was also an exciting fight night in Varna that produced 5 fights conducted under the KWU Full Contact rules, 4 fights under the KWU SENSHI rules, and three clashes that were conducted under the K-1 rules.

Here’s a quick reminder of what is prohibited and what is allowed under the regulations of the KWU International Professional League.

KWU SENSHI Full Contact:

What’s allowed: all kinds of boxing punches, spinning back fist, all kinds of kicks; one knee kick to the head after a two-handed grab; clinching up to 5 seconds; sweep kicks; leg grab and kick without pulling or pushing the opponent.

What’s forbidden: strikes to the groin, the back of the head, the spine, with the inside of the glove; strikes to the knee joint; headbutts; hitting fallen opponent; hitting while lying down, elbow strikes; throws; groundwork; choking; biting;

KWU SENSHI:

What’s allowed: all kinds of boxing punches, spinning back fist, all kinds of kicks; one knee kick to the head after a two-handed grab; clinching up to 5 seconds; sweep kicks; leg grab and a strike; elbow strikes, throws.

What’s forbidden: strikes to the groin, the back of the head, the spine, with the inside of the glove; strikes to the knee joint; headbutts; grabbing the head of the opponent with one hand and hitting it with the elbow of the other hand; hitting fallen opponent; hitting while lying down; groundwork; choking; biting;

KWU OPEN:

What’s allowed: all kinds of boxing punches, spinning back fist, all kinds of kicks; clinching up to 10 seconds; sweep kicks; leg grab and a strike; elbow strikes, throws; groundwork twice up to 30 seconds per round; choking on the ground; locks on the ground (of the leg only on the Achilles, without twisting the ankle or knee joint); strikes with arms or knees to the body only on the ground.

What’s forbidden: strikes to the groin, the back of the head, the spine, with the inside of the glove; strikes to the knee joint; headbutts; hitting a fallen opponent from a guard; attacking with elbows and knees in the head on the ground; biting; throws that cause the opponent to fall on his head and along the spine with falling on the opponent.


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