Eurosport Fight Club
|Also known as||Eurosport Fight Club|
|Country of origin||Europe|
|Editor(s)||Samuel Pagal 
|Location(s)||Issy-les-Moulineaux, Paris, France|
|Running time||120-180 mins. (within commercial breaks)|
Fight Club is a martial arts TV magazine program which is broadcast by the French based, pan-European broadcasting sports channel Eurosport. The program includes various events, bouts and special features of kickboxing throughout the world.
Fight Club is aired on 21:00 CET on Thursdays. The replays are generally scheduled in weekends in shortened versions.
The Fight Club program is notable for airing K-1 events. Its whole calendar is usually shown over the course of the year. The K-1 martial arts organization has tournaments in K-1 MAX for a 70.5 kg (155 lb) weight division, and in K-1 World Grand Prix for the +90 kg (200 lb) weight division. In addition, fight club often covers various kickboxing and Muay Thai events from Europe, within modified rules in European standards.
|Le Choc des Titans||France||Kickboxing|
|WAKO Pro World Grand Prix||Italy||Kickboxing|||
|World Freefight Challenge (WFC)||Slovenia||Kickboxing/MMA|||
|Thailand vs. Challenger||Thailand||Muay Thai|||
|King of Kings||Moldova||Kickboxing|
These events usually include bouts for the 75 kg (165 lb) weight division, a weight at which fighters cannot enter into K-1 MAX. The show has also recently taken to air women's fights or tournaments.
Top 10 KOs
The program also supplies special features like exclusive interviews with fighters and a popular Top 10 KOs list, which encloses the most spectacular knock outs made that year.
Eurosport broadcasts in 20 different languages all around Europe and in English in Asia-Pacific Zone. The commentators for each language are below:
|Central and West Europe|
|French||Samuel Pagal / Charles-Henri Odin / Pascal Iglicki|||
|Eastern Europe and Balkans|
|Bulgarian||Kamen Petrov & Ognian Georgiev|
|Czech||Ondrej Novotny & Jan Dominec|
|Hungarian||Ferenc Várhegyi & Róbert Opál|
|Polish||Andrzej Janisz & Piotr Zwierzchowski|
|Romanian||Teo Avramescu & Alex Ganci|
|Finnish||Simo Halmevuo & Petri Martinez|
|Norwegian||No local commentary, broadcast in English|
|Swedish||Kasra Ashami & Ronny Lindqvist|
|Italian||Dario Puppo & Stefania Bianchini|
|Turkish||Umut Isik & Birol Topuz|||
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- Gancu, Alexandru (Eurosport) (2011-04-15). "http://tv.eurosport.ro/fightclub/storynews_sto2750820.shtml" (in Romanian). Retrieved 2011-10-19.
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- Vujic, Slaven (2005-03-25). "Interview with Zlatko Mahic (WFC)". Retrieved 2011-10-21.
- "WFC 13: Heavy Hitters (World Freefight Challenge) odbrojavanje" (in Serbian). 2003-07-13. Retrieved 2011-10-21.
- "Thailand vs Challenger presented by Elite Boxing". Retrieved 2011-10-20.
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