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Bogdan Shumarov after SENSHI 5: I`m happy to be back

The 23-years old Bulgarian competitor of Boil`s sports club captured his second WAKO PRO World title. On February 22nd during the 5th edition of the professional chain of gala fight nights SENSHI in Varna, Bogdan Shumarov stood up on the boxing ring against Maikel Astur from Estonia. The two fighters creatеd incredible spectacle in the main event of the evening, where the Bulgarian kickboxer proved his better preparation and qualities and managed to defeat the Estonian WAKO PRO bronze medalist.

In his boxing career, Shumarov has won some Balkan and World titles in Muay Thai and kickboxing for amateurs, and in 2017 he became European champion at WAKO PRO professionals. During the SENSHI 5, the Bulgarian kickboxer rose for the third time to the ring of elite international warfare chain and once again managed to get the audience to the fold in Varna.

Here`s what the big winner commented in front of after the fight:

„This was a very tough match for me. I didn`t have much time to prepare. I`m happy to be back, because I had a serious injury. There was no way I was going to lose here in front of my home crowd in Varna and my team. This motivated me even more. “

“I knew before the fight that I shouldn`t back down. With the rounds advancing I felt I was closing the distance better. He is very long and rangy and easily scored with his knees. My cut was not that bad and I managed to push forward. His style was a difficult one for me”

“I want to dedicate this title to all the people who help me and support me. The fight night was one of the best shows I have participated in. The fighters are of high level and I would like to thank the hosts for the provided opportunity to showcase my skills”

The full interview with Bogdan Shumarov you can find on

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