Bogdan Shumarov edges Milos Bajovic at SENSHI 6

One of Bulgaria’s top kickboxers – Bogdan Shumarov, claimed his 4th consecutive SENSHI victory.

He defeated Serbia’s Milos Bajovic yesterday (August 21) at SENSHI 6 in Kamchia amid the 14th annual KWU International Summer Camp.

The fight was conducted under the K-1 rules in the -75 kg category with kickboxing legend and KWU International Professional League instructor Peter Aerts being the special guest referee.

Shumarov was in control of the fight thanks to his fast punches and massive kicks to the body. Bajovic was relying on his jab and at times he was backing Shumarov to the ropes, but the Bulgarian clinch game was strong and he managed to put his adversary back.

The one thing that really worked for Shumarov was his Mavashi geri which rocked the Serbian a couple of times. Even though Bajovic got the height advantage, Shumarov back foot’s game was on point and he knew that he can punish every uncalculated move the Serbian tried.

At the end, the Bulgarian got the UD after hard-fought three rounds and that win secured him the “Best Fighting Spirit” award.

Additional info, photos and videos from the fight night you can find at SENSHI`s Facebook and Instagram pages.

SENSHI 6 was brought to you by “Armeec”, Max Sport and M Car Group. Media partners were Bulgaria ON AIR,,, FITE TV,,,,,,

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