Dragomir Petrov came back from camp in the Netherlands before SENSHI 22


One of Bulgaria’s biggest names in kickboxing Dragomir Petrov is coming back at SENSHI 22 after six months absence. He went to the Netherlands for his preparation and now he feels ready to fight Bartosz Botwina from Poland. Boec reached out Drago to see what he is doing in the days before the fight.

I am fully committed to this fight. I was at the Netherlands for a camp before the gala and there we worked on my conditioning and sparing sessions with foreign fighters. No I have a plan to follow for Bartosz Botwina“, Petrov said.

Dragomir Petrov shared his toughs on his long absence from the ring and he seems to find something positive in that.

I was starting to train in a pattern because I was constantly winning and I didn’t find a reason to change my routine or my game. That made me stop developing but now after the break I’ve realized allot of things and started to change. I’ve regained my motivation and gave my body time to recover from the intense year before that“, he shared.

Petrov once again will try to impose his style in the ring and he does not intend to fall for the plan of his opponent. He left his last fight behind him and now he only looks forward to his SENSHI return.

I want to address all my fans and all the people who love the sport. I hope that you will come and support me and all of the other Bulgarian fighters that are coming to the ring at Saints Konstantin and Helena resort. The show is guarantied on the very high level. I will give a 100 percent to give you a spectacular fight. Those who can’t come in person can watch us on TV“, also said Dragomir.

Tickets for SENSHI 22 can be found here!

The 22nd edition of SENSHI is organized in cooperation with the KWU International Professional League, as well as with the special support of Armeec Insurance CompanyMAX SportBulgaria Air, M Car Group – BMW dealer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Service and St. St. Constantine and Helena Holding.

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