Rony Sefo

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Rony Sefo
Born (1972-04-10) 10 April 1972 (age 46)
Auckland, New Zealand
Other namesSlyman
NationalityNew Zealander
Height1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Weight108 kg (238 lb; 17.0 st)
StyleKickboxing
TeamRay Sefo Fight Academy
Kickboxing record
Total22
Wins10
By knockout4
Losses12
By knockout2
Draws0
No contests0
Mixed martial arts record
Total2
Wins0
Losses2
By submission1
By decision1
Other information
Notable relativesRay 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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