The sea capital of Varna will once again host meetings between elite fighting stars and Bulgarian and foreign combat sports competitors in December when the last training camp of the year will be held by the Professional League of the Kyokushin World Union (KWU).
Accommodation and training costs of the participants are covered by the organizer. The master classes will take place in one of the best sports complexes in Varna – the prestigious sports center “SENSHI Gym” in the period between December 1st and 4th.
The participants will once again have the opportunity to train side by side with some of the biggest luminaries in professional kickboxing and combat sports, who will join as instructors, teaching exquisite fighting techniques, and skills to train the mind and body.
We look forward to gaining knowledge from K1 World Heavyweight Champions Peter Aerts, Semmy Schilt, and Ernesto Hoost, as well as the Dutch great and “K-1 Max” champion Albert Kraus.
Ernesto Hoost – A four-time K-1 World Champion, he is considered to be one of the greatest kickboxers of all time. Hoost holds notable victories over Peter Aerts (4x), Branko Cikatić, Mirko Cro Cop (3x), Jérôme Le Banner (3x), Andy Hug (3x), Ray Sefo (3x), Musashi (2x), Mike Bernardo, Francisco Filho (2x), Sam Greco, Stefan Leko (3x), Mark Hunt, Cyril Abidi, and Glaube Feitosa.
Semmy Schilt is a Dutch kickboxer, Ashihara karateka, and mixed martial artist. He is a four-time K-1 World Grand Prix Champion and one-time Glory Heavyweight Grand Slam Champion. He is the only fighter in K-1 history to win the world championship three times in a row, and also shares the record with Ernesto Hoost for most Grand Prix won, with four.
Peter Aerts – Known for his devastating high kicks, which earned him the nickname “The Dutch Lumberjack”, he is widely considered to be one of the greatest heavyweight kickboxers of all time. A three-time K-1 World Grand Prix Champion. He won his first Grand Prix in 1994 by knocking out Rob van Esdonk and Patrick Smith
Albert Kraus is a Dutch welterweight kickboxer. He was the first K-1 World MAX Tournament Champion in 2002 and also the first SUPERKOMBAT Middleweight Champion. Kraus has also held four separate world titles in kickboxing and Muay Thai.