Dragan Jovanović (kickboxer)

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Dragan Jovanović
Born Dragan Jovanović
(1977-10-10) October 10, 1977 (age 40)
Serbia
Other names Gagi
Nationality Serbian
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 12 in)
Weight 100 kg (220 lb; 15 st 10 lb)
Division Heavyweight
Style Kickboxing
Fighting out of Belgrade, Serbia
Team Crvena Zvezda Delije

Dragan "Gagi" Jovanović (born 10 October 1977) is a Serbian heavyweight kickboxer, multiple W.A.K.O. European and World champion, and W.A.K.O. Pro Full-Contact Rules European Champion.

He challenged Alban Galonnier for W.A.K.O. Pro Low Kick Rules Super Heavyweight World Title on 15 May 2008 in Serbia, losing the fight by 3rd round TKO.[1]

Titles[edit]

  • 2012 W.A.K.O. European Championships 1st, gold medalist(s) +91 kg (Low-Kick Rules)
  • 2012 W.A.K.O. World Cup 1st, gold medalist(s) +91 kg (Low-Kick Rules)
  • 2011 W.A.K.O World Championships 2nd, silver medalist(s) +91 kg (Low-Kick Rules)
  • 2011 W.A.K.O Balkans Championships 2nd, silver medalist(s) +91 kg (Low-Kick Rules)
  • 2011 Serbia Open Cup Champion +91 kg
  • 2009 W.A.K.O World Championships 2nd, silver medalist(s) +91 kg (Low-Kick Rules)
  • 2009 W.A.K.O. World Cup 2nd, silver medalist(s) +91 kg (Low-Kick Rules)
  • 2008 W.A.K.O. European Championships 2nd, silver medalist(s) +91 kg (Low-Kick Rules)
  • 2007 W.A.K.O. World Championships 1st, gold medalist(s) +91 kg (Low-Kick Rules)
  • 2006 W.A.K.O. European Championships 1st, gold medalist(s) +91 kg (Low-Kick Rules)
  • 2005 2005 W.A.K.O. World Championships 2nd, silver medalist(s) +91 kg (Low-Kick Rules)
  • 2004 W.A.K.O. Balkans Championships 1st, gold medalist(s) (Low-Kick Rules)
  • 2004 W.A.K.O. Pro Full-Contact Rules European Champion
  • 2002 W.A.K.O. European Championships 2nd, silver medalist(s) +91 kg (Low-Kick Rules)
  • 2001 W.A.K.O. World Championships 2nd, silver medalist(s) +91 kg (Thai-Boxing Rules)
  • 2001 W.A.K.O. Balkans Championships 1st, gold medalist(s) (Low-Kick Rules)
  • Multiple Low-Kick and Thai-Boxing champion of Serbia
  • Multiple Low-Kick and Thai-Boxing champion of Serbia and Montenegro

Kickboxing record[edit]

Professional kickboxing record
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time
2013-09-22 Loss Azerbaijan Zabit Samedov Heydar Aliyev Cup 2013 Baku, Azerbaijan Decision (split) 3 3:00
2012-12-28 Loss Bosnia and Herzegovina Samed Osmanović Noć Šampiona VI Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina Decision 3 3:00
2012-12-09 Loss Croatia Toni Milanović Supreme FC[2] Belgrade, Serbia Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2009-07-03 Win Croatia Domagoj Ostojić K-1 ColliZion 2009 Sarajevo[3] Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina KO 3 1:25
2008-05-16 Loss France Alban Galonnier Trofej Beograda - Noć svetskih prvaka Belgrade, Serbia TKO 3
For W.A.K.O. Pro Low Kick Rules Super Heavyweight World Title.
2008-01-12 Win Croatia Dražen Ordulj Lord of Ring[4] Belgrade, Serbia TKO (Low Kick) 3
2007 Win Australia Eric Nosa Memorijal Arkan TKO 1
2007-04-25 Win Australia Eric Nosa Best of the Best[5] Sydney, Australia KO 3
2007-03-10 Loss Germany James Phillips K-1 Fighting Network Croatia 2007, Quarter Finals Spalato, Croatia Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2006-12-15 Win Croatia Marin Došen King of the Fire - Europe Belgrade, Serbia Decision 3 3:00
2006-10-15 Loss Croatia Igor Jurković Hrvatska - Srbija Osijek, Croatia Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2005-03-12 Loss Australia Jason Suttie Tarik Solak's Show Sydney, Australia Decision 3 3:00
2004 Win
Wins W.A.K.O. Pro Full-Contact Rules European Title.
2002-04-13 Loss Albania Xhavit Bajrami K-1 World Grand Prix 2002 Preliminary Croatia, Quarter Finals Zagreb, Croatia TKO 3
Win Hungary Tibor Nagy KO 2
Loss Bosnia and Herzegovina Adnan Redžović Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Decision (Unanimous)
Amateur kickboxing record
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time
2012-11-02 Win Russia Ragim Aliev W.A.K.O European Championships 2012, Low-Kick Final +91 kg Ankara, Turkey Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
Wins W.A.K.O. European Championship '12 Low-Kick Gold Medal +91 kg.
2012-11-02 Win Belarus Yauheni Makarau W.A.K.O European Championships 2012, Low-Kick Semi Finals +91 kg[6] Ankara, Turkey Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
2012-10-31 Win Azerbaijan Agalar Sadikhov W.A.K.O European Championships 2012, Low-Kick Quarter Finals +91 kg[7] Ankara, Turkey Decision (Split) 3 2:00
2012-05-21 Win Belarus Yauheni Makarau W.A.K.O World Cup 2012, Low-Kick Semi Finals +91 kg[8] Szeged, Hungary Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
Wins W.A.K.O. World Cup '12 Low-Kick Gold Medal +91 kg.
2012-05-20 Win Croatia Zoran Krpan W.A.K.O World Cup 2012, Low-Kick Semi Finals +91 kg[9] Szeged, Hungary Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
2011-11-02 Loss Croatia Dino Belošević W.A.K.O World Championships 2011, Low-Kick Final +91 kg Skopje, Macedonia Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
Wins W.A.K.O. World Championship '12 Low-Kick Silver Medal +91 kg.
2011-10-28 Win Belarus Yauheni Makarau W.A.K.O World Championships 2011, Low-Kick Semi Finals +91 kg Skopje, Macedonia Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
2011-10-26 Win Ukraine Iuril Gorbenko W.A.K.O World Championships 2011, Low-Kick Quarter Finals +91 kg Skopje, Macedonia Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
2011-05-28 Loss Bosnia and Herzegovina Samed Osmanović W.A.K.O. Balkans Championships 2011, Low-Kick Final +91 kg Belgrade, Serbia Decision (Split) 3 2:00
Wins W.A.K.O. Balkans Championships '11 Low-Kick Silver Medal +91 kg.
2011-03-06 Win Republic of Macedonia Goran Grošev 2. Serbia Open Cup 2011, Final Belgrade, Serbia KO 1
Wins Serbia Open Cup +91 kg.[10]
2011-03-05 Win Serbia Ivan Ćirković 2. Serbia Open Cup 2011, Semi Finals Belgrade, Serbia Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
2010-10-18 Loss Turkey Hamza Kendrikoglu W.A.K.O European Championships 2010, Low-Kick Quarter Finals +91 kg Baku, Azerbaijan Decision (Split) 3 2:00
2009-10-26 Loss Montenegro Goran Radonjić W.A.K.O World Championships 2009, Low-Kick Final +91 kg Villach, Austria KO (Low Kick) 1
Wins W.A.K.O. World Championship '09 Low-Kick Silver Medal +91 kg.[11]
2009-10-24 Win France Cadet Noel W.A.K.O World Championships 2009, Low-Kick Semi Finals +91 kg[12] Villach, Austria Decision (Split) 3 2:00
2008-11 Loss Russia Sergey Polivoda W.A.K.O European Championships 2008, Low-Kick Final +91 kg Porto, Portugal Decision (Split) 3 2:00
Wins W.A.K.O. European Championship '08 Low-Kick Silver Medal +91 kg.
2008-11 Win Montenegro Mirko Vlahović W.A.K.O European Championships 2008, Low-Kick Semi Finals +91 kg Porto, Portugal
2007-09-30 Win Russia Mikhail Shvoev W.A.K.O World Championships 2007, Low-Kick Final +91 kg Belgrade, Serbia Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
Wins W.A.K.O. World Championship '07 Low-Kick Gold Medal +91 kg.
2007-09-? Win Kazakhstan Ruslan Aushev W.A.K.O World Championships 2007, Low-Kick Semi Final +91 kg Belgrade, Serbia Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
2007-09-? Win Morocco Imad El Mountahi W.A.K.O World Championships 2007, Low-Kick Quarter Finals +91 kg Belgrade, Serbia Decision (Split) 3 2:00
2006-11 Win Azerbaijan Hafiz Bakhshaliyev W.A.K.O European Championships 2006, Low-Kick Final +91 kg Skopje, Macedonia Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
Wins W.A.K.O. European Championship '06 Low-Kick Gold Medal +91 kg.
2006-11 Win Montenegro Goran Radonjić W.A.K.O European Championships 2006, Low-Kick Semi Final +91 kg Skopje, Macedonia Decision (Split) 3 2:00
2005-09-?? Loss Poland Łukasz Jarosz W.A.K.O World Championships 2005, Low-Kick Final +91 kg Agadir, Morocco
Wins W.A.K.O. World Championship '05 Low-Kick Silver Medal +91 kg.
2005-09-?? Win W.A.K.O World Championships 2005, Low-Kick Semi Finals +91 kg Agadir, Morocco
2004-11 Loss Italy Daniele Petroni W.A.K.O European Championships 2004, Low-Kick Semi Finals +91 kg Budva, Montenegro Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
Wins W.A.K.O. European Championship '04 Low-Kick Bronze Medal +911 kg.
2002 Loss Russia Ruslan Bisaev W.A.K.O. European Championships 2002, Low-Kick Final +91 kg Jesolo, Italy
Wins W.A.K.O. European Championship '02 Low-Kick Silver Medal +91 kg.
2002 Win W.A.K.O. European Championships 2002, Low-Kick Semi Finals +91 kg Jesolo, Italy
2001 Loss Ukraine Sergei Arkhipov W.A.K.O. World Championships 2001, Thai-Boxing Final +91 kg Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro
Wins W.A.K.O. World Championship '01 Thai-Boxing Silver Medal +91 kg.
2001 Win W.A.K.O. World Championships 2001, Thai-Boxing Semi Finals +91 kg Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

Boxing record[edit]

0 Wins, 2 Loss, 0 Draws
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
Loss 0-2 Bulgaria Spas Genov DEC 3 (3); 3:00 2012-09-21 Bulgaria Varna Bigger’s Better 15: quarterfinal.[13]
Loss 0-1 Angola Henriques Zowa DEC 3 (3); 3:00 2012-02-24 Bulgaria Burgas Bigger’s Better 10: quarterfinal.[14]

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