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2012 in SUPERKOMBAT
A poster or logo for 2012 in SUPERKOMBAT.
Information
First dateFebruary 25
Last dateDecember 22
Events
Total events6
Fights
Total fights50
Chronology
2011 in SUPERKOMBAT 2012 in SUPERKOMBAT 2013 in SUPERKOMBAT

The year 2012 was the 2nd year in the history of the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship (SUPERKOMBAT), a kickboxing promotion based in Romania. 2012 started with SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2012 and ended with SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final. All the events have been broadcasts through a television agreement with Eurosport.

List of events[edit | edit source]

# Event Title Date Arena Location
1 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2012 February 25, 2012 Sportski centar Morača Montenegro Podgorica, Montenegro
2 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2012 May 12, 2012 Sala Sporturilor Horia Demian Romania Cluj-Napoca, Romania
3 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2012 July 7, 2012 Kongresna Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria
4 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2012 October 10, 2012 Galleria Arad Romania Arad, Romania
5 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final Elimination November 10, 2012 Sala Polivalentă Romania Craiova, Romania
6 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final December 22, 2012 Sala Polivalentă Romania Bucharest, Romania

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2012[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2012
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateFebruary 25, 2012
VenueSportski centar Morača
CityPodgorica, Montenegro
Attendance7,000[1]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2011 Final SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2012 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2012

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2012 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on February 25, 2012 at the Sportski centar Morača in Podgorica, Montenegro.[2]

Background[edit | edit source]

A one night, four-man heavyweight tournament took place, consisting of promotion's biggest star, Cătălin Moroșanu against Utley Meriana on one side of the bracket and Anderson Braddock Silva vs. Nikolaj Falin on the other side. In the reserve bout, Dževad Poturak took on Brian Douwes. The winner qualified for SUPERKOMBAT's year end World Grand Prix Final Elimination. Also on the card there was a rematch between Andrei Stoica and Redouan Cairo along with Ismael Londt vs. Vladimir Toktasynov and Frank Muñoz vs. Montenegro's own Goran Radonjić. At 65 kilograms, Romanian SUPERKOMBAT mainstay, Ionuţ Atodiresei, took on Saša Jovanović of Austria, and Raul Cătinaș took on Yüksel Aydın in his return fight after a year and three months away from the sport.[2]

Results[edit | edit source]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Super lightweight Austria Saša Jovanović def. Romania Ionuţ Atodiresei Decision (unanimous) 3 WAKO-Pro Intercontinental Super lightweight (-62.2 kg) Championship (K-1 rules)
Heavyweight Romania Cătălin Moroşanu def. Brazil Anderson Silva Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Final
Heavyweight Montenegro Goran Radonjić def. Spain Frank Muñoz Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Suriname Ismael Londt def. Germany Vladimir Toktasynov TKO (punches) 1
Super cruiserweight Romania Andrei Stoica Suriname Redouan Cairo No ContestNote 1 3
Heavyweight Romania Raul Cătinaș def. Turkey Yüksel Aydın Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Romania Cătălin Moroşanu def. Curaçao Utley Meriana KO (left high kick), 2 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Brazil Anderson Silva def. Russia Nikolaj Falin Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Netherlands Brian Douwes def. Bosnia and Herzegovina Dževad Poturak TKO (retirement) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Reserve Bout

^Note 1 Originally, it was announced that Stoica defeated Cairo via decision. However, the officials overturned the decision to a no contest as the judges actually scored the bout a majority draw.

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Heavyweight tournament bracket[edit | edit source]

Semi Finals Final
Brazil Anderson Silva DEC  
Russia Nikolaj Falin 3r.     Brazil Anderson Silva 3r.
Romania Cătălin Moroșanu KO     Romania Cătălin Moroșanu DEC
Curaçao Utley Meriana 2r.  

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2012[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2012
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateMay 12, 2012
VenueSala Sporturilor Horia Demian
CityCluj-Napoca, Romania
Attendance3,000[3]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2012 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2012 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2012

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2012 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on May 12, 2012 at the Sala Sporturilor Horia Demian in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.[4]

Background[edit | edit source]

It featured a four-man tournament of heavyweights to qualify for the year end Final Elimination and also a fight for the inaugural SUPERKOMBAT Cruiserweight Title, where Bogdan Stoica took on Ivan Stanić, a veteran of the weight class.[4]

Results[edit | edit source]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Heavyweight Romania Raul Cătinaș def. United Kingdom Daniel Sam Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Final
Cruiserweight Romania Bogdan Stoica def. Croatia Ivan Stanić Decision (unanimous) 3 SUPERKOMBAT Cruiserweight Championship
Heavyweight Romania Alexandru Lungu def. Poland Wiesław Kwaśniewski Decision (split) 3
Super cruiserweight Romania Andrei Stoica def. Netherlands Rodney Glunder Decision (unanimous) 3
Super cruiserweight Romania Sebastian Ciobanu def. Suriname Redouan Cairo TKO 2
Heavyweight Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi def. Germany Patrick Liedert KO (liver punches) 3
Heavyweight United Kingdom Daniel Sam def. Netherlands Sam Tevette KO (uppercut) 1 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Romania Raul Cătinaș def. Suriname Jairzinho Rozenstruik KO (left punch) 2 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final

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Heavyweight tournament bracket[edit | edit source]

Semi Finals Final
Romania Raul Cătinaș KO  
Suriname Jairzinho Rozenstruik 2r.     Romania Raul Cătinaș DEC
United Kingdom Daniel Sam KO     United Kingdom Daniel Sam 3r.
Netherlands Sam Tevette 1r.  

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2012[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2012
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateJuly 7, 2012
VenuePalace of Culture and Sports
CityVarna, Bulgaria
Attendance4,000[5]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2012 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2012 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2012

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2012 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on July 7, 2012 at the Palace of Culture and Sports in Varna, Bulgaria.[6]

Background[edit | edit source]

Mladen Brestovac was the tournament favorite, coming in off a big win over Mourad Bouzidi. The show also featured a SUPERKOMBAT Heavyweight title fight as Ismael Londt faced Freddy Kemayo. Other notable fighters on the card included Andrei Stoica, Raul Cătinaș and Cătălin Moroșanu. The event also saw K-1 veteran Alexey Ignashov back in action against Corneliu Rus.[6]

Results[edit | edit source]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Heavyweight Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi def. Bulgaria Kostadin Kostov KO (overhand right) 1 Heavyweight Tournament Final
Heavyweight Suriname Ismael Londt def. France Freddy Kemayo Decision (split) 3 SUPERKOMBAT Heavyweight Championship
Heavyweight Romania Cătălin Moroșanu def. United States Rick Cheek TKO (right hook) 2
Heavyweight Belarus Alexey Ignashov def. Romania Corneliu Rus Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Romania Raul Cătinaș def. Croatia Domagoj Ostojić TKO (referee stoppage) 1
Super cruiserweight Romania Andrei Stoica def. Turkey Hakan Aksoy TKO (3 knockdowns) 1
Heavyweight Bulgaria Kostadin Kostov def. Ukraine Tsotne Rogava Decision (split) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi def. Croatia Mladen Brestovac Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final

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Heavyweight tournament bracket[edit | edit source]

Semi Finals Final
Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi DEC  
Croatia Mladen Brestovac 3r.     Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi KO
Bulgaria Kostadin Kostov DEC     Bulgaria Kostadin Kostov 1r.
Ukraine Tsotne Rogava 3r.  

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2012[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2012
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateOctober 20, 2012
VenueGaleria Arad
CityArad, Romania
Attendance1,500[7]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2012 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2012 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final Elimination

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2012 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on October 20, 2012 at the Galeria Arad in Arad, Romania.[8]

Background[edit | edit source]

Goran Radonjić (Montenegro), Răzvan Ghiţă (Romania), Roman Kleibl (Czech Republic) and Steve Banks (United States), tried to win the tournament and to take the last Final Elimination qualifying place. In the super fights, the heaviest stand-up fighter in the world Alexandru Lungu fought against the veteran Deutsch Pu'u (125 kg) and the Romanian rising star Andrei Stoica had an opponent from Croatia, Toni Milanović. In the main-event, the Romanian Sebastian Ciobanu fought against the Bosnian Dževad Poturak and the winner received a wildcard for the Final Elimination.[8]

Results[edit | edit source]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Heavyweight Czech Republic Roman Kleibl def. Romania Răzvan Ghiţă Decision (split) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Final
75 kilograms Romania Miodrag Olar def. Romania Adrian Mitu Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Romania Sebastian Ciobanu def. Bosnia and Herzegovina Dževad Poturak Decision (unanimous) 3 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final Elimination wild card
Heavyweight Romania Alexandru Lungu def. American Samoa Deutsch Pu'u KO (punch) 2
Super cruiserweight Romania Andrei Stoica def. Croatia Toni Milanović Decision (split) 3
Heavyweight Czech Republic Roman Kleibl def. United States Steve Banks TKO (leg kicks) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Romania Răzvan Ghiţă def. Montenegro Goran Radonjić Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Middleweight Romania Claudiu Bădoi def. Israel Alex Tropimov KO (left hook) 1

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Heavyweight tournament bracket[edit | edit source]

Semi Finals Final
Romania Răzvan Ghiţă DEC  
Montenegro Goran Radonjić 3r.     Czech Republic Roman Kleibl DEC
Czech Republic Roman Kleibl TKO     Romania Răzvan Ghiţă 3r.
United States Steve Banks 3r.  

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final Elimination[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final Elimination
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateNovember 10, 2012
VenueSala Polivalentă
CityCraiova, Romania
Attendance5,000[9]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2012 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final Elimination SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final Elimination was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on November 10, 2012 at the Sala Polivalentă in Craiova, Romania.[10]

Background[edit | edit source]

The event saw four spots for SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix tournament solidified as winners of tournaments past squared off for a spot in the SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final. Some big Romanian names were thrown into the mix, with both Ionuţ Iftimoaie and Cătălin Moroșanu in action, picking up solid wins. [10]

Results[edit | edit source]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Heavyweight Czech Republic Petr Vondráček def. Romania Radu Spinghel Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Romania Cătălin Moroșanu def. United States Carter Williams Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Romania Ionuţ Iftimoaie def. United States James Wilson Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi def. Ukraine Sergei Lascenko TKO (referee stoppage) 1 Heavyweight Tournament Final Elimination
Heavyweight Suriname Ismael Londt def. United Kingdom Daniel Sam TKO (doctor stoppage/eye injury) 1 Heavyweight Tournament Final Elimination
Heavyweight Romania Sebastian Ciobanu def. Czech Republic Roman Kleibl Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Final Elimination
Heavyweight Ukraine Pavel Zhuravlev def. France Freddy Kemayo Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Final Elimination
Heavyweight Czech Republic Tomáš Hron def. Ukraine Dmitry Bezus DQ (illegal spinning elbow) 3
Heavyweight Morocco Ibrahim Aarab def. Bosnia and Herzegovina Dževad Poturak Decision (split) 3

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SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateDecember 22, 2012
VenueSala Polivalentă
CityBucharest, Romania
Attendance1,500[11]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final Elimination SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 1

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 Final was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on December 22, 2012, at the Sala Polivalentă in Bucharest, Romania.[12][13][14]

Background[edit | edit source]

The event featured a one night, four man tournament, which consisted of fighters who qualified to the tournament from the Final Elimination on November 10. These four fighters were Benjamin Adegbuyi, Sebastian Ciobanu, Ismael Londt and Pavel Zhuravlev. Adegbuyi faced Zhuravlev on one side of the tournament, and on the other side, Ciobanu faced Londt. The winner of the tournament was crowned the SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2012 champion. In the tournament reserve fight, Freddy Kemayo faced Sergei Lascenko.[12][13][14]

Among the other fights announced included the lone non-heavyweight fight on the event, where Andrei Stoica fought Arnold Oborotov. The super fights included Ibrahim Aarab vs. Daniel Sam, Carter Williams vs. Hesdy Gerges and Mighty Mo vs. Raul Cătinaș, which was a rematch from the K-1 World Grand Prix 2010 in Seoul Final 16.[12][13][14]

Results[edit | edit source]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Heavyweight Ukraine Pavel Zhuravlev def. Suriname Ismael Londt Decision (unanimous) 4 Heavyweight Tournament Final
Heavyweight Romania Raul Cătinaș def. United States Mighty Mo Decision (unanimous) 3
Super cruiserweight Romania Andrei Stoica def. Lithuania Arnold Oborotov KO (punches) 1 SUPERKOMBAT Super cruiserweight Title Eliminator
Heavyweight Egypt Hesdy Gerges def. United States Carter Williams KO (knee) 3
Heavyweight France Freddy Kemayo def. Ukraine Sergei Lascenko Decision (split) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Reserve Bout
Heavyweight Suriname Ismael Londt def. Romania Sebastian Ciobanu TKO (cut) 2 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Ukraine Pavel Zhuravlev def. Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi KO (left hook) 1 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight United Kingdom Daniel Sam def. Morocco Ibrahim Aarab Decision (split) 3

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Heavyweight tournament bracket[edit | edit source]

Final Elimination Semi Finals Final
Ukraine Pavel Zhuravlev DEC  
France Freddy Kemayo 3r.     Ukraine Pavel Zhuravlev KO  
Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi KO     Romania Benjamin Adegbuyi 1r.  
Ukraine Sergei Lascenko 1r.       Ukraine Pavel Zhuravlev DEC
Suriname Ismael Londt TKO       Suriname Ismael Londt 4r.
United Kingdom Daniel Sam 1r.     Suriname Ismael Londt TKO
Romania Sebastian Ciobanu DEC     Romania Sebastian Ciobanu 2r.    
Czech Republic Roman Kleibl 3r.  

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "VIDEO Cătălin Moroşanu a câştigat SuperKombat Podgorica şi s-a calificat la Final 8!" (in Romanian). stiridinbanat.ro. Retrieved 12 February 2016.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "SuperKombat 2012 WGP 1 - Results". fansofk1.com. Retrieved 9 February 2014.
  3. "VIDEO - Rezultatele SuperKombat Cluj: Bogdan Stoica cucereste titlul mondial la 91kg" (in Romanian). natiuneamma.ro. Retrieved 13 May 2012.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 "Superkombat WGP 2 *Results*". fansofk1.com. Retrieved February 9, 2014.
  5. "Până acum, trei români în finala K1" (in Romanian). observator.ro. 9 July 2012.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 "Superkombat World GP III *results*". fansofk1.com. Retrieved February 10, 2014.
  7. "Seara de superkombat" (in Romanian). aradon.ro. 21 October 2012.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 "Superkombat world grand prix VI results". fansofk1.com. Retrieved February 10, 2014.
  9. "VIDEO - Sebi Ciobanu si Benny Adegbuyi s-au calificata in marea finala SuperKombat din 22 decembrie" (in Romanian). natiuneamma.ro. 11 November 2012.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 "Zhuravlev, Ciobanu, Londt and Adegbuyi qualified for SUPERKOMBAT® WGP 2012 Final". superkombat.com. November 14, 2012.
  11. "Ucraineanul Pavel Juravlev a câștigat finala circuitului Superkombat" (in Romanian). Agerpres. 23 December 2012.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 "Pavel Zhuravlev – The SUPERKOMBAT® WGP 2012 Champion". superkombat.com. December 27, 2012.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 "SuperKombat WGP 2012 Final Live Results, Watch Here". liverkick.com. December 22, 2012.
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 "Superkombat Grand Prix live stream, results, discussion". bloodyelbow.com. December 22, 2012.


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