Superkombat World Grand Prix in Constanta, Romania on May 24th

Superkombat World Grand Prix in Constanta, Romania on May 24th

Superkombat World Grand Prix in Constanta, Romania on May 24th

Superkombat World Grand Prix in Constanta, Romania on May 24th

Superkombat® is coming back with a new and explosive edition of the World Grand Prix on May 24th, in one of the most attractive seaside destinations on the Black Sea coast, Mamaia, Romania, famous for it’s night life and water sports. Fighters out of nine countries will be confronting in a VIP event, which will include a world tournament for the light heavyweight division.

Taking into consideration the great success that Superkombat® had in promoting touristic brands of countries like Montenegro and Azerbaijan, Superkombat® will, this summer, be an international ambassador of the Romanian seaside touristic attractions, through a project which implies that three of the Superkombat biggest events to be hosted in that area. In a press conference that took place in Mamaia, Mrs. Corina Martin, the President of the Litoral Delta Dunarii Association spoked about this as a possibility. “We have followed the evolution of this product in the last few years and it would be a real step ahead if we would host three of the shows in our area of function. We will most certainly attract an impressive amount of tourists”, said Mrs. Martin.

Superkombat World Grand Prix from Constanta, Romania, will schedule a tournament for the light heavyweight division (-81 kg) in which the WAKO amateur world champion, Miljan Vidovic of Serbia, who is looked upon as the favorite for the title, will have to face in the semifinals the new comer Miles Simson. In the second semifinal, the Superkombat World Tryouts (Middlesbrough, United Kingdom) winner, Jamie Bates, will fight for a place in the final with Flavius Boiciuc from Romania.

The WKA world champion, the Angolan Aristote Quitusisa will make his debut in Superkombat® by fighting in the light heavyweight category with the former Local Kombat champion and also with the European WAKO champions, Daniel Alexandru, who is Catalin Morosanu’s training colleague.

Micky Terrill from Great Britain has little time left until one of the most important fights of his career, one month after the Superkombat World Tryouts (Middlesbrough, United Kingdom) and is ready to prove his skills at his debut, having Danut Hurduc as his opponent, a new rising star of Romanian kickboxing.

Coming right from Vlad The Impaler town, the man who scored two brutal KO’s in his first year in Superkombat,® Cristian Ristea is threatening to win in a fast manner the fight with the German who is living in Spain, Christian Brorhilker. The proud winner of the Intercontinental WKN belt and a former challenger for the world title of Superkombat New Heroes, Amansio Paraschiv, is coming back into the ring, and after the draw with the fighter Cedric Manhoef, will have an interesting duel with the Bulgarian Rangel Ivanov.

In the main-event of the night, Sebastian Ciobanu, after he managed to defeat amazingly big stars like Mighty Mo, Roman Kleibi and Ratislav Talarovic at heavyweight division, will return to the super cruiser and he will have the WKN muay thai world champion, Jallon Corentin, as opponent.

The event tickets can be purchased through and for the foreign fans there are special packages that include a staying in at a four stars hotel, Parc Hotel Mamaia, event tickets and after party. For further details, please contact us at the

Bingo Europa Mamaia
Mamaia Blvd., Constanta, Romania

Date & Time:
Doors open: Saturday, May 24 at 9:00pm EEST (Local Time)
Opening ceremony: Saturday, May 24 at 10:00pm EEST (Local Time)

Tickets can be purchased via

Main Card:
The main card will be broadcasted live by in Romania, from 10:00pm EEST (Local Time) to 1:00am EEST (Local Time) and Eurosport, from 9:00pm CEST (Central European Summer Time) to 0:00am CEST (Central European Summer Time).

1. Semifinal 1 – Light Heavyweight Bout (-81 kg)
Miles Simson (Suriname) vs. Miljan Vidovic (Serbia)

2. Semifinal 2 – Light Heavyweight Bout (-85 kg)
Jamie Bates (United Kingdom) vs. Flavius Boiciuc (Romania)

3. Super Fight – Light Heavyweight Bout (-85 kg)
Aristote Quitusisa (Angola) vs. Daniel Alexandru (Romania)

4. Super Fight – Cruiserweight Bout (-92 kg)
Micky Terrill (United Kingdom) vs. Danut Hurduc (Romania)

5. Super Fight – Cruiserweight Bout (-91 kg)
Christian Brorhilker (Germany) vs. Cristian Ristea (Romania)

6. Super Fight – Middleweight Bout (-71 kg)
Rangel Ivanov (Bulgaria) vs. Amansio Paraschiv (Romania)

7. Super Fight – Super Cruiserweight Bout (-92 kg)
Jallon Corentin (France) vs. Sebastian Ciobanu (Romania)

8. Final – Light Heavyweight Bout (-81 kg)
Winner of Semifinal 1 vs. Winner of Semifinal 2

Superkombat World Grand Prix in Constanta, Romania on May 24th

Superkombat World Grand Prix in Constanta, Romania on May 24th

Broadcast Distribution:
Europe: Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Vatican City

Asia: Brunei, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, North Korea, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam

Africa: Angola, Burundi, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Malawi, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe

Oceania: Australia, Papua New Guinea

Commentary Languages:
Bulgarian, Cantonese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish

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