Nikolay Yorgov is making fifth consecutive participation at SENSHI

Nikolay Yorgov has decided to keep his record for the most SENSHI appearances. In 2019, the fighter of “Armeec” made it on all four editions of the elite battle promotion.

The next SENSHI professional fight night will be held on February 22 at the Palace of Culture and Sports in Varna. You can watch it live here on Boec.COM and also on – media partner!

The fights are streamed live and free. On you can find all SENSHI branded shows.

Nikolai Yorgov is preparing for his fifth victory, so far he remains undefeated. Last year was extremely successful for the talented Bulgarian fighter. In March he became silver medallist at the WMF Muay Thai World Championship. A few months later, in October 2019, Yorgov shined at SENSHI 4 after he knocked out Japanese Kyokushin champion Joe Miahara in Varna. The two faced each other in -80 kg fight conducted under the rules of the Professional League of Kyokushin World Union, which means elbows, head hits and throws are allowed.

Yorgov only failed to make it to the finals in July, when an injury ended his flawless streak after a difficult and contested encounter.

The Bulgarian fighter is a silver medallist from the 2019 Muay Thai World championships. He’s also a silver medallist from the KWU World Championships in 2013 and runner-up from the World championship Shinken Shobu in 2012 and from the All Japan Shinken Shobu tournament in 2010. In 2011 he claimed the All Japan championship.

The organizers still keep in secret who will facet Yorgov at SENSHI 5, but the Bulgarian talent will be challenged.

SENSHI 5 will produce 9 fights at the Palace of Culture and Sports in Varna, as you can buy tickets from HERE. They are already on sale.

Some of the biggest names of martial arts kickboxing, muay thai, karate kyokushin, as well as SENSHI style fights under the rules of the Professional League of Kyokushin World Union will be included.


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