2011 in SUPERKOMBAT

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2011 in SUPERKOMBAT
A poster or logo for 2011 in SUPERKOMBAT.
Information
First date March 18
Last date November 19
Events
Total events 7
Fights
Total fights 67
Chronology
N/A 2011 in SUPERKOMBAT 2012 in SUPERKOMBAT

The year 2011 was the 1st year in the history of the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship (SUPERKOMBAT), a kickboxing promotion based in Romania. 2011 started with SUPERKOMBAT The Pilot Show and ended with SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2011 Final. It started broadcasting through a television agreement with Eurosport.

List of events[edit]

# Event Title Date Arena Location
1 SUPERKOMBAT The Pilot Show March 18, 2011 Sala Sporturilor Traian Romania Râmnicu Vâlcea, Romania
2 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2011 May 21, 2011 Patinoarul Mihai Flamaropol Romania Bucharest, Romania
3 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2011 July 16, 2011 Sala Sporturilor Romania Constanța, Romania
4 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2011 October 1, 2011 Sala Polivalentă Danubius Romania Brăila, Romania
5 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2011 October 15, 2011 Sala Polivalentă Romania Piatra Neamț, Romania
6 SUPERKOMBAT Fight Club November 17, 2011 Oradea Shopping City Romania Oradea, Romania
7 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2011 Final November 19, 2011 Böllenfalltorhalle Germany Darmstadt, Germany

SUPERKOMBAT The Pilot Show[edit]

SUPERKOMBAT The Pilot Show
Information
Promotion SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
Date March 18, 2011
Venue Sala Sporturilor Traian
City Râmnicu Vâlcea, Romania
Attendance 2,000[1]
Event chronology
N/A SUPERKOMBAT The Pilot Show SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2011

SUPERKOMBAT The Pilot Show was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on March 18, 2011 at the Sala Sporturilor Traian in Râmnicu Vâlcea, Romania.[2]

Background[edit]

Team Romania met Team Italy, and 22-year-old local Mihai Barbu fought in a WAKO-Pro World Middleweight Title Match against the title holder Arnaldo Silva of Portugal. The rest of the card was filled with exciting matchups. Featured on the card were several K-1 veterans including Cătălin Moroșanu, Sebastian Ciobanu, Dževad Poturak and Freddy Kemayo.[2]

Results[edit]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Middleweight Portugal Arnaldo Silva def. Romania Mihai Barbu KO (left hook) 5 WAKO-Pro World Middleweight Championship
Heavyweight Romania Cătălin Moroșanu def. Turkey Yüksel Aydın Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Bosnia and Herzegovina Dževad Poturak def. Romania Ionuţ Iftimoaie Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight France Freddy Kemayo def. Romania Sebastian Ciobanu Decision (unanimous) 4
Heavyweight Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi def. Bosnia and Herzegovina Dženan Poturak TKO (referee stoppage) 1
Super cruiserweight Romania Andrei Stoica def. Italy Alex Rossi Decision (unanimous) 3
81,4 kilograms Romania Bogdan Stoica def. Italy Lelio Ramunni Decision (unanimous) 3
75,0 kilograms Italy Roberto Cocco def. Romania Marius Tiţă Decision (unanimous) 3
66,8 kilograms Romania Ionuţ Atodiresei def. Italy Fabio Nubile Decision (unanimous) 3
60,0 kilograms Romania Florin Lupu def. Italy Tiziano Mascoli Decision (unanimous) 3

[2][3]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2011[edit]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2011
Information
Promotion SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
Date May 21, 2011
Venue Patinoarul Mihai Flamaropol
City Bucharest, Romania
Attendance N/A
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT The Pilot Show SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2011 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2011

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2011 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on May 21, 2011 at the Patinoarul Mihai Flamaropol in Bucharest, Romania.[4]

Background[edit]

A four-man heavyweight tournament took place, featuring Sergei Lascenko, Dževad Poturak, Roman Kleibl and Jairzinho Rozenstruik. Rico Verhoeven fought American Justice Smith in the reserve bout. Romanian K-1 veteran Sebastian Ciobanu took on Rastislav Talarovič in a heavyweight super fight. K-1 star Albert Kraus fought Romanian Marius Tiţă in a middleweight super fight. Right before the heavyweight tournament final, rising Romanian star Bogdan Stoica fought in a WAKO-Pro Intercontinental Cruiserweight Title Match against Frenchman Pacôme Assi.[4]

Results[edit]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Heavyweight Ukraine Sergei Lascenko def. Czech Republic Roman Kleibl KO (punch) 2 Heavyweight Tournament Final
Cruiserweight Romania Bogdan Stoica def. France Pacôme Assi TKO (corner stoppage/towel) 3 WAKO-Pro Intercontinental Cruiserweight Championship
Middleweight Netherlands Albert Kraus def. Romania Marius Tiţă KO (high kick) 1
Heavyweight Romania Sebastian Ciobanu def. Slovakia Rastislav Talarovič Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi def. Czech Republic Libor Polách KO (heavy punch blows) 1
Middleweight Portugal Arnaldo Silva def. Romania Miodrag Olar Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Ukraine Sergei Lascenko def. Bosnia and Herzegovina Dževad Poturak TKO (knee to the body) 2 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Czech Republic Roman Kleibl def. Suriname Jairzinho Rozenstruik Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Netherlands Rico Verhoeven def. United States Justice Smith KO (punch flurry) 1 Heavyweight Tournament Reserve Bout

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Heavyweight tournament bracket[edit]

Semi Finals Final
Bosnia and Herzegovina Dževad Poturak 2r.  
Ukraine Sergei Lascenko TKO     Ukraine Sergei Lascenko KO
Czech Republic Roman Kleibl DEC     Czech Republic Roman Kleibl 2r.
Suriname Jairzinho Rozenstruik 3r.  

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2011[edit]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2011
Information
Promotion SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
Date July 16, 2011
Venue Sala Sporturilor
City Constanța, Romania
Attendance 3,000[5]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2011 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2011 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2011

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2011 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on July 16, 2011 at the Sala Sporturilor in Constanța, Romania.[6]

Background[edit]

A four-man heavyweight tournament took place, featuring Mighty Mo, Mladen Brestovac, Sebastian Ciobanu and Ismael Londt. Carter Williams fought Romanian Marian Iordan in the reserve bout. Romanian K-1 veteran Cătălin Moroșanu took on Stefan Leko in a heavyweight super fight. Rising Romanian star Bogdan Stoica fought in a WAKO-Pro Intercontinental Cruiserweight Non-Title Match against Dutch-based Turkish Hakan Aksoy. His elder brother, Andrei Stoica, fought Henriques Zowa in a super cruiserweight super fight.[6]

Results[edit]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Heavyweight Suriname Ismael Londt def. Croatia Mladen Brestovac TKO (referee stoppage) 1 Heavyweight Tournament Final
Heavyweight Romania Cătălin Moroșanu def. Germany Stefan Leko Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi def. France Joachim Thomas Decision (unanimous) 3
Super cruiserweight Romania Andrei Stoica def. Angola Henriques Zowa Decision (unanimous) 3
Cruiserweight Turkey Hakan Aksoy def. Romania Bogdan Stoica TKO (leg injury) 2
Middleweight Romania Mihai Barbu def. Israel Alex Tropimov Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Croatia Mladen Brestovac def. United States Mighty Mo KO (liver kick) 1 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Suriname Ismael Londt def. Romania Sebastian Ciobanu KO (punches) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight United States Carter Williams def. Romania Marian Iordan TKO (low kick) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Reserve Bout

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Heavyweight tournament bracket[edit]

Semi Finals Final
Suriname Ismael Londt KO  
Romania Sebastian Ciobanu 3r.     Suriname Ismael Londt TKO
Croatia Mladen Brestovac KO     Croatia Mladen Brestovac 1r.
United States Mighty Mo 1r.  

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2011[edit]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2011
Information
Promotion SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
Date October 1, 2011
Venue Sala Polivalentă Danubius
City Brăila, Romania
Attendance N/A
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2011 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2011 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2011

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2011 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on October 1, 2011 at the Sala Polivalentă Danubius in Brăila, Romania.[7]

Background[edit]

The tournament pitted Ricardo van den Bos against Pavel Zhuravlev and Stefan Leko against Sebastian van Thielen in the semi finals. The winner advanced to the year end World Grand Prix in Darmstadt. Five other fights in the heavyweight division also featured on the card. Redouan Cairo fought Frank Muñoz. Another fighter, heavyweight Benjamin Adegbuyi of Romania fought Martin Hauser of Slovakia.[7]

Results[edit]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Heavyweight Ukraine Pavel Zhuravlev def. Belgium Sebastian van Thielen Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Final
Heavyweight Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi def. Slovakia Martin Hauser KO (right hook) 1
Heavyweight Romania Cătălin Moroșanu def. Netherlands Michael Andrade Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Spain Frank Muñoz def. Suriname Redouan Cairo Decision (split) 3
Heavyweight Romania Lucian Danilencu def. Lithuania Tomas Pakutinskas TKO (low kick) 1
Heavyweight Belgium Sebastien van Thielen def. Germany Stefan Leko Decision (unanimous) 4 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Ukraine Pavel Zhuravlev def. Netherlands Ricardo van den Bos Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Romania Corneliu Rus def. Lithuania Mindaugus Sakalaukas Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Reserve Bout

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Heavyweight tournament bracket[edit]

Semi Finals Final
Ukraine Pavel Zhuravlev DEC  
Netherlands Ricardo van den Bos 3r.     Ukraine Pavel Zhuravlev DEC
Belgium Sebastian van Thielen DEC     Belgium Sebastian van Thielen 3r.
Germany Stefan Leko 4r.  

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2011[edit]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2011
Information
Promotion SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
Date October 15, 2011
Venue Sala Polivalentă
City Piatra Neamț, Romania
Attendance 4,000[8]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2011 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2011 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2011

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2011 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on October 15, 2011 at the Sala Polivalentă in Piatra Neamț, Romania.[9]

Background[edit]

For the tournament, Erhan Deniz faced Angelis Konstantinos of Greece in one semi-final and Wendell Roche faced Marian Baryła of Poland in the other. In other action on the card, Bogdan Stoica returned from a leg injury to fight Leon Miedema. The fight was at cruiserweight. Also on the card was Romanian fighter Sebastian Ciobanu, who fought Dutch-based Ali Cenik of Turkey along with K-1 veteran Cătălin Moroșanu who was slated to be on the card against Dutch-based Moroccan Ibrahim Aarab. Bob Sapp fought Alexandru Lungu in the main event.[9]

Results[edit]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Heavyweight Turkey Erhan Deniz def. Netherlands Wendell Roche Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Final
Heavyweight Romania Alexandru Lungu def. United States Bob Sapp KO (left hook) 1
Heavyweight Romania Cătălin Moroșanu def. Morocco Ibrahim Aarab Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Romania Ionuţ Iftimoaie def. Italy Luca Pantò Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Romania Sebastian Ciobanu def. Turkey Ali Cenik Decision (split) 3
67 kilograms Portugal Diogo Neves def. Romania Ionuţ Atodiresei Decision (unanimous) 3 WAKO-Pro World -67 kg Championship
Cruiserweight Romania Bogdan Stoica def. Suriname Leon Miedema Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Netherlands Wendell Roche def. Poland Marian Baryła TKO (low kicks) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Turkey Erhan Deniz def. Greece Angelis Konstantinos KO (punches) 2 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Netherlands Jantje Siersma def. Romania Lucian Danilencu Decision (split) 4 Heavyweight Tournament Reserve Bout

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Heavyweight tournament bracket[edit]

Semi Finals Final
Turkey Erhan Deniz KO  
Greece Angelis Konstantinos 2r.     Turkey Erhan Deniz DEC
Netherlands Wendell Roche TKO     Netherlands Wendell Roche 3r.
Poland Marian Baryła 3r.  

SUPERKOMBAT Fight Club[edit]

SUPERKOMBAT Fight Club
Information
Promotion SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
Date November 17, 2011
Venue Oradea Shopping City
City Oradea, Romania
Attendance 2,000[10]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2011 SUPERKOMBAT Fight Club SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2011 Final

SUPERKOMBAT Fight Club was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on November 17, 2011 at the Oradea Shopping City in Oradea, Romania.[11]

Background[edit]

Among the participants in an eight-man heavyweight tournament were K-1 veterans Errol Zimmerman, Ben Edwards and Stefan Leko. The reserve match was Slavo Polugić vs. Corneliu Rus. It's Showtime Heavyweight Champion, Hesdy Gerges, returned to action in a fight against Rico Verhoeven.[11]

Results[edit]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Heavyweight Netherlands Errol Zimmerman def. Czech Republic Roman Kleibl KO (right high kick) 2 Heavyweight Tournament Final
Middleweight Israel Alex Tropimov def. Romania Costel Pașniciuc Decision (majority) 3
Heavyweight Netherlands Rico Verhoeven def. Egypt Hesdy Gerges Decision (majority Decision) 3 Fight was not for Gerges's It's Showtime Heavyweight Championship
Heavyweight Netherlands Errol Zimmerman def. Germany Stefan Leko TKO (referee stoppage) 1 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Czech Republic Roman Kleibl def. Australia Ben Edwards KO (left hook) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Romania Alexandru Lungu def. United States Neil Cooke KO (punches) 1
Heavyweight Romania Corneliu Rus def. Switzerland Slavo Polugić TKO (referee stoppage) 2 Heavyweight Tournament Reserve Bout
Heavyweight Germany Stefan Leko def. Ukraine Tsotne Rogava Decision (majority) 4 Heavyweight Tournament Quarter Final
Heavyweight Netherlands Errol Zimmerman def. Belgium Sebastian van Thielen KO (right hook) 1 Heavyweight Tournament Quarter Final
Heavyweight Czech Republic Roman Kleibl def. Denmark Christian Colombo Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Quarter Final
Heavyweight Australia Ben Edwards def. England Daniel Sam TKO (referee stoppage) 2 Heavyweight Tournament Quarter Final

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Heavyweight tournament bracket[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
       
 Australia Ben Edwards  TKO
 England Daniel Sam  R2.  
 Czech Republic Roman Kleibl  KO
     Australia Ben Edwards  R3.  
 Czech Republic Roman Kleibl  DEC
 Denmark Christian Colombo  3-0  
 Netherlands Errol Zimmerman  KO
   
   Czech Republic Roman Kleibl  R2.
 Netherlands Errol Zimmerman  KO
 Belgium Sebastian v. Thielen  R1.  
 Netherlands Errol Zimmerman  TKO
     Germany Stefan Leko  R1.  
 Germany Stefan Leko  DEC
 Ukraine Tsotne Rogava  R4.  
 

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2011 Final[edit]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2011 Final
Information
Promotion SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
Date November 19, 2011
Venue Böllenfalltorhalle
City Darmstadt, Germany
Attendance 2,000
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT Fight Club SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2011 Final SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2012

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2011 Final was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on November 19, 2011 at the Böllenfalltorhalle in Darmstadt, Germany.[12]

Background[edit]

The Final itself featured the four finalists: Sergei Lascenko, Ismael Londt, Pavel Zhuravlev and Erhan Deniz. The rest of the card was filled out by Cătălin Moroșanu, the Stoica brothers, Faldir Chahbari and Albert Kraus.[12]

Results[edit]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Heavyweight Ukraine Sergei Lascenko def. Suriname Ismael Londt KO (punches) 1 Heavyweight Tournament Final
Heavyweight Romania Cătălin Moroșanu def. Germany Patrick Liedert KO (punches) 1
Super cruiserweight Romania Andrei Stoica def. Germany James Phillips KO (right high kick) 1
Cruiserweight Romania Bogdan Stoica def. Germany Dawid Baziak TKO (doctor stoppage) 3
Middleweight Netherlands Albert Kraus def. Germany Alexander Schmitt KO (punches) 2 SUPERKOMBAT Middleweight Championship
Middleweight Turkey Tevfik Suçu def. Cape Verde Aalviar Lima Decision (unanimous) 3
Middleweight Morocco Faldir Chahbari def. Germany Omar Amrani Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Ukraine Sergei Lascenko def. Turkey Erhan Deniz TKO (doctor stoppage) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Suriname Ismael Londt def. Ukraine Pavel Zhuravlev Decision (split) 4 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Suriname Jairzinho Rozenstruik def. Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi KO (left hook) 2 Heavyweight Tournament Reserve Bout

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Heavyweight tournament bracket[edit]

Semi Finals Final
Suriname Ismael Londt DEC  
Ukraine Pavel Zhuravlev 4r.     Suriname Ismael Londt 1r.
Ukraine Sergei Lascenko TKO     Ukraine Sergei Lascenko KO
Turkey Erhan Deniz 3r.  

References[edit]

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  7. ^ a b c "SuperKombat WGP 3 *RESULTS*". fansofk1.com. Retrieved December 25, 2011. 
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  10. ^ "Erol Zimmerman a devenit campion Super Kombat: Fight Club la Oradea" (in Romanian). bihon.ro. 18 November 2011. 
  11. ^ a b c "SuperKombat 8-men Tournament on Nov. 17th". fansofk1.com. Retrieved December 25, 2011. 
  12. ^ a b c "SuperKombat WGP FINAL *Results*". fansofk1.com. Retrieved December 25, 2011.