Rony Sefo

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Rony Sefo
Born (1972-04-10) 10 April 1972 (age 46)
Auckland, New Zealand
Other names Slyman
Nationality New Zealander
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Weight 108 kg (238 lb; 17.0 st)
Style Kickboxing
Team Ray Sefo Fight Academy
Kickboxing record
Total 22
Wins 10
By knockout 4
Losses 12
By knockout 2
Draws 0
No contests 0
Mixed martial arts record
Total 2
Wins 0
Losses 2
By submission 1
By decision 1
Other information
Notable relatives Ray Sefo, brother
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Rony Sefo (born 10 April 1972 in New Zealand) is a former two-time World Champion New Zealand kickboxer and mixed martial artist, who fought on Pride Fighting Championships and K-1. As a kickboxer he holds notable wins against Hiriwa Te Rangi and Ricardo Van Den Bos. He is the younger brother of the Muay Thai World champion Ray Sefo. [1] [2] [3]

Championships and Accomplishments[edit]

Kickboxing[edit]

1996 UTC World Heavyweight Champion
1998 ISKA World Heavyweight Champion

Records[edit]

Kickboxing record[edit]

10 Wins (4 (T)KO's, 6 Decisions), 12 Losses (2 (T)KO's, 9 Decisions)
Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
5 March 2006 Loss Poland Paul Slowinski K-1 World Grand Prix 2006, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3-0 3
10 December 2005 Win New Zealand Jay Hepi K-1 Kings of Oceania 2005 Round 3, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3
10 July 2005 Win Netherlands Ricardo Van Den Bos K-1 Kings of Oceania 2005 Round 2, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3
10 July 2005 Loss Australia Peter Graham K-1 Kings of Oceania 2005 Round 1, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3-0 3
7 August 2004 Loss Sweden Jorgen Kruth K-1 World Grand Prix 2004 in Las Vegas II, United States Decision 3-0 3
12 September 2003 Loss Croatia Ivica Perkovic K-1 Final Fight - Croatia vs New Zealand, Split, Croatia Decision 5
11 April 2003 Win Croatia Ivica Perkovic K-1 Lord of the Rings, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 5
8 November 2002 Loss New Zealand Jason Suttie K-1 New Zealand Grand Prix 2002 Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3
8 November 2002 Win New Zealand Terry Tuteru K-1 New Zealand Grand Prix 2002 Auckland, New Zealand KO (Punches) 3 1:13
13 April 2002 Loss Russia Evgeny Orlov K-1 Croatia Grand Prix 2002 Zagreb, Croatia Decision 3-0 3
18 February 2002 Loss New Zealand Andrew Peck K-1 World Grand Prix 2002 Preliminary Melbourne, Australia Decision 3-0 3
21 July 2001 Loss New Zealand Doug Viney K-1 New Zealand Grand Prix 2001 Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
21 July 2001 Win New Zealand Hiriwa Te Rangi K-1 New Zealand Grand Prix 2001 Decision 3-0 3
21 July 2001 Win New Zealand Gary Hart K-1 New Zealand Grand Prix 2001 TKO 2
24 February 2001 Loss Australia Peter Graham K-1 Oceania Grand Prix 2001, Melbourne, Australia Decision 3-0 3
24 February 2001 Win Australia Muhammed Azzoui K-1 Oceania Grand Prix 2001, Melbourne, Australia TKO (Referee Stoppage) 2 0:43
10 November 2000 Loss New Zealand Andrew Peck K-1 New Zealand Grand Prix 2000 KO (Kick) 1 0:54
10 November 2000 Win New Zealand Shane Wijohn K-1 New Zealand Grand Prix 2000 Decision 3
10 November 2000 Win New Zealand Josh Khan K-1 New Zealand Grand Prix 2000 KO (Punches and Knee) 2
27 February 2000 Loss New Zealand Mark Hunt K-1 Oceania Grand Prix 2000, Melbourne, Australia Decision 3-0 3
27 February 2000 Win Australia Fadi Haddara K-1 Oceania Grand Prix 2000, Melbourne, Australia Decision 3-0 3
22 August 1999 Loss South Africa Mike Bernardo K-1 Spirits 1999, Japan KO (Punch) 4

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 0-2 Sam Brown Decision (unanimous) XMMA 2 - ANZ vs. USA 31 July 2010 3 5:00 Sydney, Australia
Loss 0-1 Kiyoshi Tamura Submission (armbar) Pride Shockwave 2003 31 December 2003 1 2:20 Saitama, Japan

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