Stéphane Susperregui

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Stéphane Susperregui
Stéphane Ippo Susperregui.jpg
BornStéphane Susperregui
(1984-08-31) August 31, 1984 (age 36)
Saint-Jean-de-Luz, France
Other namesStéphane "Ippo" Susperregui
Height1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Weight96 kg (212 lb; 15 st 2 lb)
StyleMuay Thai, Kickboxing, K1
Fighting out ofSaint-Jean-de-Luz, France
TeamIparralde Fight Club
Years active2008 - present
Kickboxing record
By knockout27
By knockout2
No contests1
last updated on: January 15, 2016

Stéphane Ippo Susperregui (born 31 August 1984) is a French kickboxer. He is the current WKN World Oriental Rules Heavyweight and former WKA K-1 World Heavyweight champion.

As of 4 March 2021, he is the #7 Light Heavyweight in the world according to Combat Press.[1]

Biography and career[edit]

Susperregui fought two of the best -95 kg Muaythai fighters, Australians 2010, Steve McKinnon for his WBC Muaythai Super Cruiserweight World title and 2012, Nathan Corbett for his W.K.N. Muay Thai World title, he lost both fights by decision but put up a good fight.[2]

In 2011 he became WKN kickboxing oriental heavyweight champion defeating Spains Damian Garcia,[3] he was also double WKN kickboxing Grand Prix champion. In 2011 he defeated Tefik Bajrami and Nicolas Wamba[4] and in 2012 at Le Banner Series he defeated Julius Mocka and Enfusion Quest for honor tournament runner up Frank Muñoz after tough fight and extra round.[5]

In 2012 he signed for Glory and fought It's Showtime -95 kg champion Danyo Ilunga in his debut on 23 March 2013 in London,[6] losing by a flying knee KO in round two.[7][8]

He won the NDC -100 kg/220 lb title with a decision win over Abderhamane Coulibaly at La 20ème Nuit des Champions in Marseille, France on November 23, 2013.[9][10]

In February 2016, Stephane fought Ludovic Providence for the K-1 Event Light Heavyweight Championship -95 kg title.[11] He won the fight by a first round TKO.[12]

During the June 2017 Monte Carlo Fighting Masters event, Stephane fought Sergej Maslobojev for the WAKO World K-1 94kg title. Maslobojev won the fight by TKO, after Susperregui's corner threw in the towel in the fourth round.[13]

Susperregui took part in the 2018 Fight Night Saint-Tropez tournament. In the semifinals, he defeated Wladimir Tok by a third round TKO, but lost the final bout against Arnold Oborotov by decision.[14]

Stephane made his Glory debut against Donegi Abena at Glory 60. Abena won the fight by unanimous decision.[15] For his next fight, he was scheduled to fight Felipe Micheletti,[16] whom he defeated by decision, after an extra round was fought.[17] He was scheduled to fight Luis Tavares during Glory Collision 2.[18] Tavares won the fight by unanimous decision.[19]


  • 2018 Fight Night Saint-Tropez Heavyweight Tournament Runner-up
  • 2016 K-1 Event Light Heavyweight Champion -95 kg
  • 2013 NDC K-1 rules light heavyweight champion -100 kg
  • 2013 WKA K-1 rules World Heavyweight champion -95 kg
  • 2012 WKN kickboxing GP champion -100 kg
  • 2011 WKN kickboxing GP champion -100 kg
  • 2011 WKN kickboxing oriental heavyweight world champion -96,6 kg
  • 2010 French K-1 champion +91 kg
  • 2010 French muay thai Elite class A champion -86 kg
  • 2009 French muay thai Elite class A champion -86 kg
  • 2008 WUFC K-1 world champion -88 kg
  • 2008 French muay thai class B champion -86 kg
  • 2007 French muay thai cup winner

Kickboxing record[edit]

Kickboxing record

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Combat Press Kickboxing Rankings: March 2021". Retrieved 6 March 2021.
  2. ^ Nathan Corbett and Frank Giorgi Win in Australia
  3. ^ leko finally stripped after six years new wkn super heavyweight kickboxing champion
  4. ^ Les résultats en direct de la 7ème Nuit des Sports de Combat (in French)
  5. ^ Stephane Susperregui wins WKN kickboxing GP in Geneva
  6. ^ glory 5 london fight card
  7. ^ GLORY 5 London Live Results
  8. ^ Results and Recap: Glory 5 Archived 2015-03-20 at the Wayback Machine
  9. ^ Fight Card for this Saturday's Nuit Des Champions in France Archived 2013-12-01 at the Wayback Machine
  10. ^ NDC 2013 : les résultats complets Archived 2013-12-02 at the Wayback Machine
  11. ^ "K-1 Event 8 : Stéphane Susperregui ne néglige rien". Retrieved 2 December 2020.
  12. ^ "K-1 Event 8 - Les Résultats". Retrieved 2 December 2020.
  13. ^ "(VIDEO) Kryklia vs. Aurieng, Maslobojev vs. Susperregui". Retrieved 2 December 2020.
  14. ^ "Lidon se revanširao Kongolu, Oborotov pobjednik turnira u St. Tropezu". Retrieved 2 December 2020.
  15. ^ "GLORY 60: Stephane Susperregui vs. Donegi Abena - Full Fight". Retrieved 2 December 2020.
  16. ^ "SUSPERREGUI et MOUSSADAK au GLORY 69 Dusseldorf". Retrieved 2 December 2020.
  17. ^ "GLORY DUSSELDORF Ça passe pour SUSPERREGUI, MOUSSADAK n'était pas loin". Retrieved 2 December 2020.
  18. ^ "Stephane SUSPERREGUI vs Luis TAVARES officieusement annoncé pour le Glory Collision 2". Retrieved 2 December 2020.
  19. ^ "COLLISION 2 - SUSPERREGUI tenu en échec par TAVARES". Retrieved 2 December 2020.
  20. ^ Pas de titre mondial pour LIDON et AURIENG, ALLAZOV toujours au top(in French)
  21. ^ Decision No 1
  22. ^ K-1 Event 8 - Les Résultats (in French)
  23. ^ Le renouveau pour SUSPERREGUI au K-1 EVENT 5 Archived 2013-06-18 at the Wayback Machine(in Croatian)
  24. ^ Stéphane Susperregui mistrzem świata WKA!(in Polish)
  25. ^ Stéphane Susperregui champion du monde(in French)
  26. ^ [1](in French)
  27. ^ Fight Zone 4(in French)

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