2021年12月4日（北京时间12月5日1点）战士SENSHI-10在保加利亚的瓦尔纳举行。来自14个国家的格斗体育明星参赛，共10场比赛，其中被中国多数人熟知曾出战昆仑决赛事的“俄罗斯牛仔”帕什波林Artem Pashporin参赛。下面为全部赛后战报，全程视频更新如下。Full Event Replay Online
On the 4-th of December, the fans of SENSHI will witness 10 breathtaking fights in KWU Full Contact and KWU SENSHI rules between combat sports champions from Portugal, Romania, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Spain, France, Ukraine, Belarus, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovakia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, and Germany.
As traditional, VIP guests of the events will be the K-1 living legends Peter Aerts, Semmy Schilt, Ernesto Hoost. They will also be commentating and refereeing at the event. They will also be teaching at a seminar organized by the International Professional League of KWU between the 3-rd and 5-th of December in Varna. For the first time at SENSHI, we will also see the veteran of the K-1 Max organization Albert Kraus. The Dutch fighter is a former competitor in the welterweight and middleweight division and is the first crowned champion of K-1 Max and SUPERKOMBAT. He is also a multiple-time world champion in muay thai in several different organizations and has over 120 professional fights in his career. He has touched gloves with Giorgio Petrosyan, Buakaw, Andy Ristie, Andy Souwer, and others. He will also make a guest appearance at the seminar.
4 knockdowns in less than 30 seconds – this could happen only on the ring of SENSHI
Enjoy a quick recap of the SENSHI 10 fight gala, which delivered titanic action
Titanic clashes, tough knockouts, and surprising turnouts made the 10th edition of SENSHI probably the most memorable one so far! On the ring of SENSHI 10 viewers and the audience had the privilege to witness probably the most dynamic round on the gala so far – with 4 knockdowns in less than 30 seconds!
Enjoy a quick recap of SENSHI 10’s clashes:
Fight #1: Cat. 70 kg, ruleset: KWU SENSHI:
SENSHI vet Petar Stoykov from Bulgaria defeated Portugal’s Joao „The Kalashnikov“ Silva via UD in the opening bout of the fight card.
Fight #2: Cat. 70 kg, ruleset: KWU Full Contact
Bulgaria’s Dragomir Petrov suffered his first-ever SENSHI loss in the bout against Romania’s Tudor Potoroaca, with the winner being decided after an extra round.
Fight #3: Cat. 75 kg, ruleset: KWU Full Contact
Bulgaria’s Atanas Bozhilov earned himself a nice and well-deserved victory at the SENSHI 10 event. The World WAKO PRO champion defeated Switzerland’s Philipp „The Sniper“ Häfeli via UD, as he managed to bounce back after his most recent loss at SENSHI 9. That was victory number 8 for Bozhilov and not such a successful debut for
Fight #4: Cat. 70 kg, ruleset: KWU SENSHI:
The fourth clash of the titans in SENSHI ended with an attractive throw in the ring, for which we can thank the rules of SENSHI, by which the duel was conducted – KWU SENSHI. Deservedly the victory went to the multiple world champion in Muay Thai in W5, GPRO, S1 Artem Pashporin from Russia. He defeated his opponent Alexis Laugeois from France, for whom this was SENSHI’s debut.
Fight #5: Cat. 80 kg, ruleset: KWU Full Contact
Eduard Aleksanyan from Bulgaria, aka Mr. Show, defeated Pavel Turuk from Belarus after 3 rounds x 3 minutes. It was the WAKO PRO K1 European champion′s 4th win on the ring of SENSHI.
Fight #6: Cat. 85 kg, ruleset: KWU Full Contact
The sixth match in the international fight show offered perhaps the most spectacular round ever seen in the history of SENSHI – with 4 knockdowns in less than half a minute! In the clash Alexander Petrov (Bulgaria) debuted on the ring of SENSHI against Filip Sekulovic (Montenegro). Petrov’s debut will definitely be remembered – he defeated Sekulovic with TKO in the second round.
Fight #7: Cat. 85 kg, ruleset: KWU Full Contact
Ruben Garcia from Spain debuted on the SENSHI′s ring with a win against one of the best SENSHI fighters – the WAKO PRO low kick World champion and WAKO low kick World kickboxing champion Andrey Chekhonin.
Fight #8: Cat. +95 kg, ruleset: KWU Full Contact
The definition of “clash of the titans” became even clearer in the eighth match of SENSHI – in it, Nikola Filipovic (Serbia) defeated Danylo Voievodkin (Ukraine) by unanimous decision.
Fight #9: Cat. +95 kg, ruleset: KWU Full Contact
The 9th match of the SENSHI gala night was put against each other representatives of the Bosnian and Slovak schools. Ahmed Krnjic Bosnia and Herzegovina recorded another SENSHI victory, defeating debutant Radovan Kulya from Slovakia by a judge’s decision.
Fight #10 Cat. 80 kg, ruleset: KWU Full Contact
Sergej Brown (Germany) knocked out Assane Bafeta (France) in the second round of their battle at SENSHI 10. Brown’s magnificent knockout brought him a special knockout of the evening award, as well as another big prize that surprised the SENSHI audience.
For the first time at SENSHI, on the occasion of the 10th special edition of the gala, was announced for the first time the annual special award “Spartacus”. It is going to be awarded each year by the National Combat Sports Association of Bulgaria to the SENSHI fighter with excellent performance and highest achievements on the gala fights throughout the year.
The first major special “Spartacus” prize was awarded by Shihan Ivo Kamenov – Chairman of KWU International Professional League and Chairman of Bulgaria’s National Combat Sports Association to Sergej Brown.
The special award “Fighting spirit” was earned by Dragomir Petrov, and the knockout of the evening deservedly went to the debutant Alexander Petrov.
Special guests, referees, and commentators of SENSHI were the living legends in K1 and instructors in the Professional League of Kyokushin – multiple world K1 champions Peter Aerts, Semmy Schilt, and Ernesto Hoost. For the first time debut as a referee at the gala made another great legend – the first champion of the chains “K-1 Max” and “SUPERKOMBAT” Albert Kraus.
SENSHI 10 Fight card