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Akira Umemura vs. Sergey Brown at SENSHI

The second edition of the newest

kickboxing and muay thai organization in Bulgaria – SENSHI, will be held in Sofia this April 20 in “Arena Armeec”.

In addition to the great kickboxing and muay thai action, there will be 4 Kyokushin fights conducted under the Kyokushin World Union rules – International Professional League. The clash’s duration will be three rounds x 3 minutes and the category of the fighters is -90 kg.

Japan’s Akira Umemura will be squaring up against Germany’s Sergey Brown.

Akamura is a black belt in karate Kyokushin and three-time Kyokushin champion of Japan. In addition to that, the Japanese fighter has a pro kickboxing record of 24 wins and 6 loses. Brown, meanwhile, is a World and European kickboxing champion, as well as multiple award winner in various Kyokushin tournaments (IKF, Diamonds Cup and All Japan).

Petar Stoykov (Bulgaria) will face Omar Magomedov (Russia) in the category up to 70 kg.

Andrey Chehonin (Russia) vs. Aslan Sadvakasov (Kazakhstan) in the category up to 83 kg.

Christian Georgiev (Bulgaria) vs. Marcos Zinhani (Brazil) in the category up to 88 kg.

Akira Umemura (Japan) vs Sergey Brown (Germany) in the category up to 90 kg.

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