Sebastian Ciobanu

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Sebastian Ciobanu
Born Sebastian Ciobanu
(1985-03-17) March 17, 1985 (age 32)
Iași, Romania
Other names Son of Dracula
Nationality Romanian
Height 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Weight 98.0 kg (216.1 lb; 15.43 st)
Division Heavyweight
Style Kickboxing
Stance Orthodox
Team SC Scorpions Iaşi
Trainer Mihai Constantin
Years active 6 (2005-present)
Kickboxing record
Total 50
Wins 28
By knockout 4
Losses 21
By knockout 7
Draws 1
last updated on: October 16, 2015

"Son of Dracula" Sebastian Ciobanu (born March 17, 1985) is a Romanian Super heavyweight kickboxer fighting in the K-1 and SUPERKOMBAT promotions.[1]

Career[edit]

K-1[edit]

He made his K-1 debut in 2009 at K-1 World Grand Prix 2009 in Tokyo Final 16 Qualifying GP against Sergei Lascenko.

The biggest performance of his career came in 2010 when he became K-1 World Grand Prix in Bucharest runner-up, in a tournament where he defeated Mighty Mo by KO.

He next faced Dževad Poturak at the SuperKombat World Grand Prix 2012 IV on October 20, 2012 in Arad, Romania and defeated the Bosnian on points to earn himself a wild card spot for the SuperKombat Final Elimination on November 10.[2][3][4]

He won a split decision over Roman Kleibl on November 10, 2012 in Craiova, Romania at the SuperKombat World Grand Prix 2012 Final Elimination, which is the quarter-finals of the SuperKombat World Grand Prix 2012.[5][6]

He rematched Ismael Londt in the semi-finals at the SuperKombat World Grand Prix 2012 Final on December 22, 2012 in Bucharest and lost via technical knockout due to a cut in the second round.[7]

He won the SuperKombat World Grand Prix 10 in Craiova, Romania on May 18, 2013. After a unanimous decision victory over Vladimir Toktasynov in the semi-finals, he took a controversial extension round unanimous decision win over Frank Muñoz in the final.[8][9][10]

He rematched Redouan Cairo at SuperKombat World Grand Prix 2013 IV in Giurgiu, Romania on October 12, 2013 and found himself on the receiving end of a brutal knee KO in round three.[11][12][13]

He defeated Enver Šljivar via unanimous decision at the SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2014 in Reșița, Romania on April 12, 2014.[14][15]

He fought to a draw with Jallon Corentin at SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2014 in Mamaia, Romania on May 24, 2014.[16]

Titles[edit]

  • 2013 Superkombat World Grand Prix II tournament champion
  • 2010 K-1 World Grand Prix in Bucharest tournament runner-up
  • 2009 K-1 Rules Tournament in Budapest tournament runner-up
  • Local Kombat Special Prize (2010)[17]
  • Local Kombat 20 tournament champion

Kickboxing record[edit]

Kickboxing Record

See also[edit]

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