Max Baumert

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Max Baumert
Max Baumert K1 Fighter.jpg
Born (1992-07-16) July 16, 1992 (age 22)
Berlin
Nationality Germany German
Height 1.82 m (5 ft 11 12 in)
Weight 72 kg (159 lb; 11.3 st)
Style Kickboxing Boxing
Fighting out of Golden Glory Germany
Team Golden Glory
Trainer Andy Schadenberg
Kickboxing record
Total 17
Wins 13
By knockout 4
Losses 4
By knockout 3
Draws 0
last updated on: November 23, 2013

Max Baumert (born 16 July 1992) is a German Muay Thai kickboxer. He is currently fighting out of the Golden Glory Germany Gym based in Berlin, Germany, where he is trained by Andy Schadenberg.

Biography and career[edit]

Max Baumert discovered early his passion for martial arts. At the age of 10 he began karate. Since 2006, he trained Kick and -Thaiboxing. In 2007 he began with amateur boxing, in 2008 he had his first boxing match. Since then he has had 35 boxing matches(28-6-1).

In 2009, Max Baumert had his first K-1 fight. Since 2010, he fights for Golden Glory Berlin.

He was expected to face Hunkar Kilic at Glory 6: Istanbul in Istanbul, Turkey on April 6, 2013 but his opponent was then changed to Ismail Uzuner.[1] He knocked Uzuner out with a high kick in round one.[2]

At the KOK World Grand Prix 2013 -156 lb tournament in Magdeburg, Germany on November 23, 2013, Baumert beat Mohammed El-Mir by unanimous decision in the quarter-finals before losing to eventual champion Chris Baya by KO in the semis.[3][4]

Titles[edit]

Amateur:

  • 2009 Berlin Champion boxing
  • 2009 3. place German championships boxing
  • 2010 Berlin Champion boxing
  • K-1 German Champion World Kickboxing Network (WKN)
  • K-1 European Champion WKN
  • K-1 World Champion WKA

Professionell

  • K-1 World Champion World Kickboxing Union (WKU)

Since September 2012, Max Baumert is professional K1 Fighter.

Kickboxing record[edit]

Kickboxing Record

Legend:       Win       Loss       Draw/No contest       Notes

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