Grégory Tony

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Grégory Tony
Born (1978-05-27) May 27, 1978 (age 41)
Saint-Raphaël, France
Other namesGentleman
NationalityFrance French
Height1.95 m (6 ft 5 in)
Weight104 kg (229 lb; 16.4 st)
DivisionSuper Heavyweight
Fighting out ofParis, France
TeamKimé Dojo
Professional boxing record
By knockout16
By knockout5
Kickboxing record
By knockout58
Mixed martial arts record
By submission1
Other information
Boxing record from BoxRec
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
last updated on: March 17, 2019

Grégory Tony (born 27 May 1978) is a French super heavyweight kickboxer and professional boxer[1] fighting out of Paris. He is three time French kickboxing champion, three time French muaythai champion, one time French boxing champion, two time European kickboxing champion, one time Intercontinental muaythai champion and two time muaythai world champion.[2][3]

Biography and career[edit]

On April 7, 2012 he faced Igor Mihaljevic for vacant W.A.K.O. Pro heavyweight title, he won the title by knockout in fourth round with numerous low kicks.[4]

He faced Igor Jurkovic at Glory 2: Brussels on October 6, 2012 in Brussels, Belgium[5] and lost via TKO due to body shots in the second round.[6]

As the W.K.N. World K-1 Rules Super-Heavyweight title bout in Draguignan, France on June 14, 2014 against Alex Rossi was canceled due to heavy rain floods,[7] Gregory fought for the W.K.N. World Title but against Dmytro Bezus on October 18, 2014.[8] Beating Bezus on points he became first W.K.N. super-heavyweight K-1 rules champion of the world.[9][10] On 13 December 2014 in Dombasle, France he defended his W.K.N. title by KO win in Round 2 against Serbian Milan Dasic.[11] On March 26, 2016 in Guadeloupe, Caribbean, he will be fighting Jiri Stariat from Czech Republic in his second W.K.N. title defense.[12]

Tony fought Bob Sapp in the main event at Fight Night Saint Tropez on August 4, 2017 and won by TKO in the first round.[13]




Professional boxing[edit]

  • 2009 French Boxing champion
  • 2008 French Boxing Heavyweight Tournament champion

Fight record[edit]

Kickboxing & Muay Thaï Record
MMA record
Boxing record

Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Boxing - Gregory TONY". Retrieved 2011-03-15.
  2. ^ "Profile - Gregory TONY". Retrieved 2011-03-15.
  3. ^ Richard Towers: How the kidnapper turned knockout king Jun 10, 2012 "He will meet the Frenchman Grégory Tony. Moreover, the massive ex-con who is now billed as "The Inferno" has turned his life around totally, ..."
  4. ^ "T.GREGORY (FRANCE) NEW LK WORLD CHAMPION Kg +94,200". 4/11/2012. Retrieved 2012-11-16. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  5. ^ Glory 2: Brussels final fight card for this Saturday
  6. ^ Glory 2: Brussels live results
  7. ^ Kickboxing Results from Paris & Mallorca (Video)
  8. ^ World Kickboxing Championship WKN in France
  9. ^ WKN France | Tony Gregory becomes WKN World Champion in Draguignan
  10. ^ Grégory Tony prend le titre WKN
  11. ^ WKN France | Tony Greg KO’s Milan Dasic & Retains his WKN World Title
  12. ^ Greg Tony Faces 'Mountain' from Czech Republic
  13. ^ Iskenderov, Parviz (July 4, 2017). "Gregory Tony vs Bob Sapp headlines kickboxing gala Fight Night Saint Tropez". Fightmag. Retrieved July 7, 2017.
  14. ^ "WKN France: Gregory Tony Set For Three International Kickboxing Clashes". 18 February 2016. Retrieved 23 March 2016.
  15. ^ WKN France: Greg Tony KO’s Yannick Vest at Choc Des Gladiateurs
  16. ^ Greg TONY s'impose par KO(in French)
  17. ^ WKN France | Greg Tony Will Be Defending His World Title Vs Milan Dasic
  18. ^ Greg Tony s’impose en 2 rounds !(in French)
  19. ^ K-1 Magyar Nagydíj 2004

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