Two WKN title fights this Saturday in Rome

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The World Kickboxing Community returns to Italy on Saturday June 22 with a pair of title bouts contested within the headliner of Invictus Area 26 in Rome. The occasion introduced by Riccardo Lecca contains a mixed-fight invoice with kickboxing, boxing and Muay Thai bouts.

In the principle occasion Luca Carnevali of Italy takes on Erik Matejovsky of Slovakia. The pair battles it out for WKN Worldwide Tremendous Middleweight title.

Within the co-main occasion one other consultant of the country-host Francesco Picca faces Islam Ibragimov of Russia. The competition is for WKN Worldwide Tremendous Light-weight belt.

“WKN has been energetic in Italy for over 20 years. With promoter Riccardo Lecca we’re working since 2017, presenting various WKN championship occasions, together with Worldwide Grand Prix. We’ve got additionally promoted dozens Italian kickboxers to compete acorss the World. We stay up for a spectacular occasion in Rome this weekend, and extra worldwide promotions in Italy to return,” stated President of World Kickboxing Community Stephane Cabrera.

Invictus Area 26 in Rome, Italy is introduced again to again with the Prokick: Again on the Clayton occasion held the day after (June 23) in Belfast, Northern Eire. Representing Europe, native Johnny “Swift” Smith goes up towards South Korean Lee Ji Hoon, representing Asia, within the scheduled for five-rounds WKN InterContinental Welterweight championship bout.

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WKN Worldwide Tremendous Middleweight title / Oriental guidelines
Luca Carnevali (Italy) vs. Erik Matejovsky (Slovakia)

WKN Worldwide Tremendous Light-weight title / Oriental guidelines
Francesco Picca (Italy) vs. Islam Ibragimov (Russia)

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