Who won the K-1 Grand Prix?

Who won the K-1 Grand Prix?

Peter Aerts wins the second K-1 Grand Prix, with newcomer Andy Hug losing in his first match. In September, Hug wins a ‘revenge’ bout at the Yokohama arena, and establishes himself as one of K-1’s first superstars.

What is the K-1 Championship?

The event is held in a regulation-size boxing ring under the revolutionary K-1 rules, which permit punches to accommodate both karate and kickboxing fighters. A sellout crowd of 10,000 sees Branco Citatic win the first K-1 Championship.

Is K1 a good game?

Know that K-1 is an arcadey sports sim with real-life characters who don’t have 18,000 crazy moves. Once you come to grips with that, you’ll find yourself enjoying a well-rounded brawler. A true sleeper hit.

Is there a k-1 Gym in Beijing?

Our official K-1 gym in Beijing is looking for fitness coaches and kickbox/mma coaches! Petar Majstorovic wins the K-1 world GP Andy Hug MEMORIAL!

Who promoted the First K1 World MAX event?

It’s Showtime was the promoter of the first event presented by K-1 Global Holdings Ltd., the K-1 World MAX Final 16. It took place on May 27, 2012 at the Palacio Vistalegre in Madrid, Spain. After the event, controversy and rumors circulated over the fact that once again, fighters were not paid for their performances.

What is the history of K-1?

K-1 began in 1993 and is a kickboxing organisation and martial arts brand well-known worldwide mainly for its heavyweight division fights. In January 2012, K-1 Global Holdings Limited, a company registered in Hong Kong, acquired the rights to K-1, and is the current organizer of K-1 events worldwide.

How many rounds are there in a K-1 Fight?

In K-1 single elimination tournament matches: Each match is three rounds in duration. Except in the final, two knockdowns in a round ends the contest, declared a technical knockout. One or two reserve fights are held prior to the single elimination matches.