SENSHI 9 will rock Kamchia on July 10

SENSHI 9 will produce a total of 13 fights, with the finals of the the 1st European Open SENSHI championship being half of the night fight

The ninth edition of the international SENSHI fight night is set to take place this July 10 on the Bulgaria’s seaside – Kamchia, and this time the action will be double. 6 of the 13 scheduled bouts will be the finals of the 1st European Open SENSHI championship and the other 7 clashes will be professional bouts between one of the finest fighters.

The event starts at 8:00 PM local time on July 10 at the amphiteathre in Kamchia with no entry fee. The fight night starts with the six finals between the finalist from the first-ever European Open SENSHI championship. The second part is reserved for 7 professional fights between fighters from 11 countries such as Bulgaria, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Germnay, Spain, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Greece, Croatia, France and Romania.

The semi-finals of the Euro championship will be taking pace on July 8th and 9th. 60 fighters from 15 countries, separated in 6 categories ( –70, -75, -80, -85, -90, +90 kg) with the 12 winners from July 9th qualifiying for the finals the next day.

The 1st European Open SENSHI championship and SENSHI 9 will take place during the 15-th KWU International Summer Kyokushin Camp which starts on 4th of July and will gather all the kyokyshin elite in one place. The European championship had to be held in 2020, but it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Senshi 9 will be broadcasted on Bulgaria ON AIR, MAX Sport, Boec.BG and the US online channels FITE, Boec.COM,, Kyokushin Karate News and Fightо.News.

SENSHI 9 is brought to you by KWU International Professional League with chairman Shihan Ivo Kamenov, Armeec Insurance Group, MAX Sport, „Bulgaria Air“ M-Car Group – BWM.

Media partners of SENSHI 9 are Boec.BG and Boec.COM, Bulgaria ON AIR, FITE,,,, Russian Union Of Martial Arts, Kyokushin Кarate News and Fighto.News.

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