Kickboxing Monte-Carlo Fighting Masters
Eight fights for eight world titles at stake!

With the support of the Principality and Baroness Cécile de Massy, Claude Pouget & International Academy of Self-Defense and Combat Sports in Monaco organize Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 8 p.m at the Stade Louis II (Salle Gaston Médecin) , the kickboxing “Monte Carlo Fighting Masters.”

Unprecedented Event, that evening will present eight fights for eight world titles! Four in kickboxing and four K1 Rules, under the aegis of the “Wako Pro World Association of Kickboxing Organizations.”

Twelve world champions participants

Among the elite of the sixteen Kick-Boxers present representing France, Russia, Romania, Italy, the United States, the Netherlands, South Africa, Serbia, twelve holders of world champion titles.

Six fights in heavyweight and super heavy!
The fights will be played in 5 rounds of 3 minutes. Five fights in heavyweight and a super heavy, light heavyweight and middleweight.

An evening that promises powerful and manly in the framework of ethical values, respect for others, fair play.

In kickboxing:

– Category average weight (75 kg), Russian Aleksandr Zakharov, 21 years old, 1.84 m World Champion 2011 Wako (K1), having its assets : 112 victories in 94 fights, will face Bielorussian Yury Bessmertny, 25 years old, 1,82 m, six times world Champion (dont 2 times with Wako), with 41 fights, 32 victories (16 KO), 8 losses, 1 draw.

– Category Heavyweight (88.600 kg), Russian Alexey Rybkin, 25, 1.86 m, Winner of the World Cup Kick-Boxing 2011, with 175 fights under his belt for 127 victories will face American Jordan Mitchell, 21 years old, 1.86 m, with 25 fights to his credit for 22 wins 3 losses.

– Category Heavyweight (94.100 kg), Serbian Nenad Pagonis, 25, five times world champion kickboxing and K1 Rules (2007-2012) with 99 fights under his belt with 93 wins and 6 losses, will face Russian Aleksey Papin, 25, 1.85 m, four times world champion (2010-2011), with 61 fights under his belt, including 50 victories (20 before the limit).

– Super heavy category (94.200 kg), French Abdelrahmane Coulibaly, 27 years old, 1.91 m, 3rd in World Championship Muaythai IFMA, three times European Champion, Champion of France K1 Rules Pro 2011, having its active 61 fights for 50 wins (including 20 before the limit), will face the Russian Ragim Aliyev, 20, 1.95 m for 118 kg Junior World Champion Kick-Boxing 2010, Vice-Champion of Europe 2012, Champion of Russia 2012.

In K1 Rules:

– Category heavyweight (81.400 kg), Italian Nicola Gallo, 27 years old, with 15 kickboxing fights of which 9 wins, 6 lost, and 10 boxing fights of which 5 wins, 4 lost, 1 draw, will face Sidney “The Machine” Mokgolo 21 years, 1.86 m, Champion of South Africa K1, 19 fights for 19 wins including 18 by knockout.

– Light heavyweight category (85.100 kg), the dutch Horace “Boy Boy” Martin, 27 years old, 1.85 m World Champion title with 45 fights to his credit for 39 wins including 19 by knockout, and five losses no one will face the French Yassine “Boom Boom” Ahaggan , 23 years, 1.83 m, K1 World Champion (WKN) 2012 with 28 fights under his belt, 24 fights including 16 by knockout and four defeats.

– Category Heavyweight (88.600 kg), Russian Suleyman Magomedov, 22 years old, 1.88 m, twice winner of World Cup K1 rules, 53 fights for 48 wins, will face for the French title Halim Chibani, 22 years old, 1,84 m, Vice-European Champion 2012, Double French Champion 2008, 2009, and French Cup Winner 2010.

– Category Heavyweight Cruiser (94.100 kg), 22 ans, 1,93 m, Romanian Bodgdan Stoica, World SuperKombat Champion, Inter Continental Champion, with 37 combats, 34 victories (26 KO), 3 losses,will face for the world title Dutch Redouan Cairo, 29 years, World Muaythai Champion (IFMA), Inter-Continental Champion Wako Pro 2011 K1 Rules , with 45 fights under his belt, 32 wins, 10 losses and 3 draws.

Monte Carlo Masters Fighting March 9, 2013 to 20 hours Stade Louis II (Doctor Gaston Hall) Information and reservations: – Facebook page: httP://


Bronze statue covered with gold 24 carats, symbol of KICK-BOXING MONTE-CARLO FIGHTING MASTERS, gift of a monegasque artist,by Mrs Katarina VICTOR THOMAS.