Andrej Kedves dominates Max Spodarenko at SENSHI 12

Croatia’s Andrej Kedves claimed another emphatic victory in the SENSHI ring.

The young fighter defeated Max Spodarenko in the seventh clash of SENSHI 12 fight card which took place in Saints Constantine and Helena.

Kedves got the W via UD, with the battle being conducted under the KWU Full Contact rules in the 75 kg category. Former K-1 MAX and SUPRKOMBAT champion Albert Kraus was the special guest referee.

Both fighters traded a few low kicks to start the match, with neither shying away from fighting on the inside. Kedves was moving forward and pressing and was using every opportunity to attack, landing heavy knees and body kicks. Spodarenko, on the other hand, did not remain indebted to him and, although less often, also found success with his boxing combinations to the body and head.

Spodarenko started the second part on the front foot and showed an extremely varied arsenal on both levels. Max landed some hard and accurate front kicks backed up by good left hooks, which made Kedves look for the clinch and land single shots to his opponent’s body.

The decisive third part started with an advantage for Kedves, who was able to find the head of his opponent with two consecutive high kicks. The battle continued at a very high pace, alternating attacks and counterattacks. The Croatian was landing shots to Spodarenko’s body and head, and defensively, Kedves showed great timing and cardio, blocking a number of Spodarenko’s shots.

SENSHI is organized with the special support of Armeec Insurance Company, MAX Sport, Bulgaria Air and M Car Group – BMW dealer.

SENSHI’s media partners are Boec.BG and Boec.COM, the national television Bulgaria ON AIR, the American online martial arts television FITE,,, the information portal Kyokushin Karate News, Fighto.News and

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