SENSHI 7 weigh-in results

All 22 fighters that are set to participate at SENSHI 7 made weight for the upcoming show this Saturday night.

The weigh-ins took place at the “Marinela” hotel in Sofia, Bulgaria. K-1 legends Peter Aerts and Semmy Schilt were in attendance and Shihan Alexandr Pichkunov, the general secretary of the Kyokushin World Union, was also there. WAKO’s supervisor Goran Shimurina was also present at the ceremony.

Here are the SENSHI 7 weigh-in results:

1.KWU SENSHI – 80 kg

Ruslan Nasibulin (80 kg) Gerogy Doychev (78.5 kg)

2. KWU SENSHI +90 kg

Ion Britchi (98 kg) – Daniel Galabarov (106 kg)

3KWU SENSHI – 85 kg

Jean-Paul Jacquot (84,6 kg) – Kristiyan Doychev (84,7 kg)

4. KWU Full Contact, +90 kg

Ahmed Krnjic (114 kg) – Vitalii Ishakhneli (98,8 kg)

5. Myau Thai Rules, 70 kg

Dmytro Hlevka (70 kg) – Artem Pashporin (69,8 kg)

6. KWU Full Contact, 85 kg

Anwar Dira (85 kg) – Andrei Chekhonin (84,1 kg)

7. WAKO Pro European title, K1 Rules, 69,1 kg

Bohdan Baziuk (69,1 kg) – Petar Stoykov (69,1 kg)

8. WAKO Pro European title, K1 Rules, 78,1 kg

Nikolay Yorgov (78,1 kg) Ziga Pecnik (77,7 kg)

9.WAKO Pro European title, K1 Rules, 81,4 kg

Eduard Aleksanyan( 81,4 kg) – Ljubo Jalovi (81,4 kg)

10. WAKO Pro World title, K1 Rules, 71,8 kg

Slobodan Milajovic (71,8 kg) – Atanas Bozhilov (71,2 kg)

11. WAKO Pro World title, K1 Rules, 81,4 kg

Sergej Braun (81,2 kg) – Aleksandr Menkovic (79,9 kg)

Images: Dimitar Kyosemarliev

Fight fans are going to witness 11 fights under the KWU SENSHI, KWU Full Contact and K-1 rules. SENSHI 7 takes place on 27.02 (Saturday) in Sofia, Bulgaria, at the”Marinela” hotel.

Fighters from 12 different countries will take part in the event – France, Germany, Moldova, Serbia, Belarus, Portugal, Holland, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia and Bulgaria. Five of the fights will have a WAKO PRO title at stake.

SENSHI 7 is being conducted with the assistance of the Kyokushin World Union (KWU), the World Association of Kickboxing Organisations (WAKO PRO), Armeec Insurance JSC, MAX Sport, Bulgaria AIR and BMW-M car.

Media partners: Boec.BG and Boec.Com, Bulgaria ON AIR, FITE.TV,,, Russian Union of Martial Arts and Kyokushinkarate News.

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