Patrice Quarteron

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Patrice Quarteron
Patrice Quarteron 7.jpg
Patrice Quarteron at THAI FIGHT 2012 final
Born (1979-03-20) March 20, 1979 (age 38)
Other names The Dark Ronin
Nationality French
Height 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in)
Weight 258 lb (117 kg; 18.4 st)
Division Super Heavyweight
Style Muay Thai, Savate
Fighting out of Évry, France
Team Team Zankifo
Trainer Alain Zankifo
Years active 2004–present
Kickboxing record
Total 48
Wins 41
By knockout 33
Losses 6
By knockout 4
Draws 1
last updated on: December 18, 2012
His belt from various organizations.

Patrice "The Dark Ronin" Quarteron (born March 20, 1979) is a French super heavyweight kickboxer, fighting out of Évry, Essonne.[1] He is two time French and European Muay Thai champion and current IKF Muay Thai Super Heavyweight World champion.[2]

Biography and career[edit]

He faced Frédéric Sinistra for the second time on November 17, 2012 in Liege, Belgium[3] and the pair fought to a draw.

He beat Andrei Gerasimchuk and Dmitry Bezus to win the four man heavyweight tournament at the Thai Fight 2012 67kg & 70kg Tournament Finals in Bangkok, Thailand on December 16, 2012.[4][5]

He was expected to fight Badr Hari at Global FC 4 in Dubai, UAE on October 16, 2014.,[6] but he was mysteriously replaced by another fighter, just 48 hours before the event.[7]

He beat Dževad Poturak in Carpentier Hall in Paris, France, on December 10, 2015, knocking him out in the first round with elbows. Patrice Quarteron hasn't been beaten since 2009.[8]


  • 2012 Thai Fight Heavyweight Tournament champion
  • 2008 IKF Muay Thai Super Heavyweight World champion
  • 2007 A1 World champion
  • 2006 World Kickboxing Network (W.K.N.) Kickboxing European GP champion
  • 2006 French Kickboxing vice champion
  • 2006 French champion Honor of French Boxing
  • 2005 Thaiboxing Carabeen Tournament champion
  • 2005 Belgium Kickboxing champion
  • 2005 K-1 Hungary Grand Prix runner up
  • 2004 EMF/WMF European Heavyweight Thaiboxing champion

Kickboxing record[edit]

Kickboxing & Muay Thaï Record

Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

See also[edit]