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Sergej Braun’s class arranged Battle of Baroque III

German kickboxer, karate fighter, and SENSHI champion Sergej Braun demonstrated his class again. On 29 October he defeated Baris Türkmen in the highly anticipated “Battle of Baroka II” in the German city of Fulda.

“The belt stays in Fulda. It was intense and he kept me at a distance early on,” admitted Brown, who had a bit of trouble at the start but played better from the middle of the first round and ended the fight in the second. The bout was to consist of a maximum of five rounds of three minutes each.

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