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2014 in SUPERKOMBAT
A poster or logo for 2014 in SUPERKOMBAT.
Information
First dateMarch 29
Last dateNovember 22
Events
Total events8
Fights
Total fights77
Chronology
2013 in SUPERKOMBAT 2014 in SUPERKOMBAT 2015 in SUPERKOMBAT

The year 2014 was the 4th year in the history of the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship (SUPERKOMBAT), a kickboxing promotion based in Romania. 2014 started with SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 7 and ended with SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final. The events have been broadcasts through television agreements with Eurosport, Fight Now TV in the United States and other regional channels.[1][2]

List of events[edit | edit source]

# Event Title Date Arena Location
1 SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 7 March 29, 2014 Sala Sporturilor Olimpia Romania Ploiești, Romania
2 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2014 April 12, 2014 Sala Polivalentă Romania Reșița, Romania
3 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2014 May 24, 2014 Centrul de distracţie Europa Romania Mamaia, Romania
4 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2014 June 21, 2014 Sala Sporturilor Romania Constanța, Romania
5 SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 8 August 2, 2014 Sala Sporturilor Romania Constanța, Romania
6 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2014 September 27, 2014 Topsportcentrum Netherlands Almere, Netherlands
7 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final Elimination October 25, 2014 SEG Geneva Arena Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland
8 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final November 22, 2014 PalaIper Italy Monza, Italy

SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 7[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 7
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateMarch 29, 2014
VenueSala Sporturilor Olimpia
CityPloiești, Romania
Attendance3,000[3]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2013 Final SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 7 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2014

SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 7 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on March 29, 2014 at the Sala Sporturilor Olimpia in Ploiești, Romania.[4]

Background[edit | edit source]

The concept of the event was Romania vs. Rest of the world and the fight card saw 8 fights. The main event was the SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes middleweight title bout between title holder Amansio Paraschiv and Cedric Manhoef. Jorge Loren and Bogdan Stoica met in the co-main event.[4]

Results[edit | edit source]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Middleweight Suriname Cedric Manhoef (c) vs. Romania Amansio Paraschiv Draw (majority) 3 SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes Middleweight Championship; Headline Event
Cruiserweight Spain Jorge Loren def. Romania Bogdan Stoica Decision (unanimous) 3 Co Headline Event
Lightweight Romania Ionuţ Atodiresei def. Greece Stauros Exakoustidis Decision (unanimous) 3
Cruiserweight Romania Cristian Ristea def. Ghana Romano Romasco KO (right hook) 2
Lightweight Romania Cristian Spetcu def. Afghanistan Mansour Yaqubi Decision (unanimous) 3
Cruiserweight Romania Dănuț Hurduc def. Turkey Ibo Efe TKO (referee stoppage) 2
Light heavyweight Serbia Miljan Vidović def. Romania Mirel Iacob Decision (unanimous) 3
Middleweight Romania Adrian Maxim def. Serbia Aleksandar Topić Decision (unanimous) 3 Topić was docked 2 points for clinching.

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2014[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2014
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateApril 12, 2014
VenueSala Polivalentă
CityReșița, Romania
Attendance2,000[5]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 7 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2014 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2014

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2014 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on April 12, 2014 at the Sala Polivalentă in Reșița, Romania.[6]

Background[edit | edit source]

This event featured SUPERKOMBAT Light heavyweight Tournament and heavyweight fights of Raul Cătinaș (vs. Brice Guidon) and Cătălin Moroșanu (vs. Mohamed Abdel Karim) as headliners.[6]

Results[edit | edit source]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Light heavyweight Poland Dawid Kasperski def. Suriname Errol Koning Decision (split) 3 Light heavyweight Tournament Final
Heavyweight Romania Raul Cătinaș def. France Brice Guidon TKO (referee stoppage) 2 Headline Event
Heavyweight Romania Cătălin Moroșanu def. Egypt Mohamed Abdel Karim Decision (unanimous) 3 Co Headline Event
Heavyweight Romania Sebastian Ciobanu def. Slovenia Enver Šljivar Decision (unanimous) 3
Light heavyweight Suriname Errol Koning def. Morocco Noureddine Echiguer KO (knee to the liver) 1 Light heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Light heavyweight Poland Dawid Kasperski def. Romania Ciprian Șchiopu Decision (unanimous) 3 Light heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Light heavyweight Morocco Ibrahim El Bouni def. Serbia Uroš Bogojević Decision (unanimous) 3 Light heavyweight Tournament Reserve Bout
Cruiserweight Romania Daniel Mocanu def. Romania Florin Ilie Decision (right hook) 2 Entertainment Bout

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2014[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2014
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateMay 24, 2014
VenueCentrul de distracţie Europa
CityMamaia, Romania
AttendanceN/A
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2014 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2014 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2014

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2014 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on May 24, 2014 at the Centrul de distracţie Europa in Mamaia, Romania.[7]

Background[edit | edit source]

This event featured SUPERKOMBAT Light heavyweight Tournament, and current WKN World Champion Corentin Jallon against Sebastian Ciobanu.[7]

Results[edit | edit source]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Light heavyweight United Kingdom Jamie Bates def. Suriname Miles Simson Decision (split) 3 Light heavyweight Tournament Final
Cruiserweight France Corentin Jallon vs. Romania Sebastian Ciobanu Draw 3 Headline Event
Middleweight Romania Amansio Paraschiv def. Bulgaria Rangel Ivanov Decision (unanimous) 3
Cruiserweight Romania Cristian Ristea def. Germany Christian Brorhilker TKO (referee stoppage) 3
Cruiserweight United Kingdom Michael Terill def. Romania Dănuț Hurduc Decision (unanimous) 3
Light heavyweight Angola Aristote Quitusisa def. Romania Daniel Alexandru Decision (unanimous) 3
Light heavyweight United Kingdom Jamie Bates def. Romania Flavius Boiciuc Decision (majority) 3 Light heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Light heavyweight Suriname Miles Simson def. Serbia Miljan Vidović Decision (unanimous) 3 Light heavyweight Tournament Semi Final

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2014[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2014
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateJune 21, 2014[8]
VenueSala Sporturilor
CityConstanța, Romania
Attendance2,000[9]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix II 2014 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2014 SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 8

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2014 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on June 21, 2014, at the Sala Sporturilor in Constanța, Romania.[10]

Background[edit | edit source]

Andrei Stoica was defending his SUPERKOMBAT Super cruiserweight Championship against Ali Cenik, though originally Horace Martin was supposed to challenge Stoica for the title.[10]

Results[edit | edit source]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Super cruiserweight Romania Andrei Stoica (c) def. Turkey Ali Cenik Decision (unanimous) 3 SUPERKOMBAT Super cruiserweight Championship
Cruiserweight Spain Moisés Baute def. United Kingdom Michael Terrill KO (punch to the body) 3 Cruiserweight Tournament Final
Lightweight Netherlands Paul Jansen def. Romania Cristian Spetcu Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Curaçao D'Angelo Marshall def. Belgium Thomas Vanneste Decision (unanimous) 3
Heavyweight Georgia (country) Shota Dolidze def. Romania Dorin Robert Decision (unanimous) 3
Cruiserweight United Kingdom Michael Terrill def. Netherlands Patrick van Rees Decision (unanimous) 3 Cruiserweight Tournament Semi Final
Cruiserweight Spain Moisés Baute def. Romania Cristian Ristea KO (punch to the body) 3 Cruiserweight Tournament Semi Final
Light heavyweight Romania Ciprian Șchiopu def. Romania Daniel Lazăr KO (jumping knee) 3

SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 8[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 8
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateAugust 2, 2014
VenueSala Sporturilor
CityConstanța, Romania
Attendance2,000[11]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix III 2014 SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 8 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2014

SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 7 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on August 2, 2014 at the Sala Sporturilor in Constanța, Romania.[12]

Background[edit | edit source]

Headlining the show was SK mainstay Cătălin Moroșanu who fought Greek fighter Giannis Stoforidis. Also on the card was "Son of Dracula" Sebastian Ciobanu as he faced Nikolaj Falin in an interesting fight.[12]

Results[edit | edit source]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Heavyweight Romania Cătălin Moroșanu def. Greece Giannis Stoforidis KO (left hook) 2 Headline Event
Super cruiserweight Greece Anastasios Karagiannidis def. Romania Vlad Grigore Decision (split) 3
Middleweight Romania Cristian Milea def. Turkey Cenk Cankurtaranoglu Decision (unanimous) 3 SUPERKOMBAT Middleweight Title Eliminator
Super cruiserweight Romania Sebastian Ciobanu def. Russia Nikolaj Falin Decision (unanimous) 3
Middleweight Romania Amansio Paraschiv def. Romania Mădălin Crăciunică Decision (unanimous) 3 SUPERKOMBAT Middleweight Title Eliminator
Middleweight Romania Claudiu Bădoi def. Romania Alexandru Popescu KO (left hook) 2
Super middleweight Romania Alex Filip def. Ukraine Roman Palamar KO (rolling thunder kick) 1
Light heavyweight Romania Dorin Stan def. Romania Alin Mincu Decision (unanimous) 4

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2014[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2014
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateSeptember 27, 2014
VenueTopsportcentrum
CityAlmere, Netherlands
Total gate3,000[13]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes 8 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2014 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final Elimination

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2014 was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on September 27, 2014 at the Topsportcentrum in Almere, Netherlands.[14]

Background[edit | edit source]

This was the first major international kickboxing event in the Netherlands since It's Showtime closed the doors. SUPERKOMBAT brought the sport back to one of its homes.[14]

Headlining the card was promotion star Cătălin Moroșanu who faced an experienced Dutch opponent, Brian Douwes (that took Ismael Londt's place who pulled out of the event due to undisclosed reasons).[14]

Suriname's Redouan Cairo, the finalist of the 2013 World Grand Prix season, faced the former SUPERKOMBAT contender for the super cruiserweight title, Ali Cenik of Belgium. Both fighters were based in the Netherlands and wanted the top spot in the season.[14]

Reigning SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes Light Heavyweight Champion, Clyde Brunswijk left the division and tried his hand as a cruiserweight.[14]

Other highlights of the card included of course the one night, 4-man heavyweight tournament.[14]

Results[edit | edit source]

Main Card (Eurosport)
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Heavyweight Morocco Tarik Khbabez def. Netherlands Dexter Suisse Decision (unanimous) 3 Heavyweight Tournament Final
Heavyweight Romania Cătălin Moroșanu def. Netherlands Brian Douwes Decision (unanimous) 3 Headline Event
Super cruiserweight Suriname Redouan Cairo def. Turkey Ali Cenik KO (flying knee) 3 Co Headline Event
Heavyweight Armenia Jegish Yegoian def. Suriname Marcello Adriaansz Decision (majority) 3
Cruiserweight Suriname Clyde Brunswijk def. Netherlands Iwan Pang Decision (unanimous) 3
Lightweight Romania Cristian Spetcu vs. Morocco Hamza Soesie Essalih Draw 4
Heavyweight Netherlands Dexter Suisse def. Netherlands Patrick Veenstra KO (right high kick) 1 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Heavyweight Morocco Tarik Khbabez def. Turkey Gürhan Değirmenci TKO (doctor stoppage) 1 Heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Preliminary Card (Sport.ro Channel)
Light heavyweight Suriname Errol Koning def. Morocco Mohammed El Boulahiati Decision 3
Light heavyweight Curaçao Kenneth Susanna def. Belgium Yakup Kaya Decision 3
Super cruiserweight Netherlands Peter Bos def. Netherlands Jamil Meeuwsen TKO (doctor stoppage) 1
Lightweight Morocco Abdelillah Bakour def. Belgium Spyridon Mitselos Decision 3
Lightweight Suriname Tyani Beztati def. Belgium Baris Karabaş Decision 3
Middleweight Netherlands Giano Zwaagman def Turkey Egemen Kayadibi Decision 3
Middleweight Netherlands Romano Duin def. Morocco Mohammed Kabri Decision 3
Light heavyweight Netherlands Jay Overmeer def. Afghanistan Rushad Moradi Decision 3
Middleweight Suriname Rudsel Zinhagel def. Greece Georgios Karaklidis Decision 3
  • Viktor Bugotzki was replaced with Dexter Suisse.
  • Hovik Tikranjan was replaced with Iwan Pang.

[15]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final Elimination[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final Elimination
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateOctober 25, 2014
VenueSEG Geneva Arena
CityGeneva, Switzerland
Attendance4,000[16]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix IV 2014 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final Elimination SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final Elimination was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on October 25, 2014 at the SEG Geneva Arena in Geneva, Switzerland.[17]

Background[edit | edit source]

It included the quarter-finals of the light heavyweight tournament as well as the super cruiserweight title fight between Moisés Baute and Andrei Stoica. The winners of the quarter-final match-ups earned their place in the finals on November 22 in Monza, Italy for a one-night, four-man tournament to decide the champion.[17]

Results[edit | edit source]

Fight Card
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Super cruiserweight Romania Andrei Stoica (c) def. Spain Moisés Baute KO (left hook) 3 SUPERKOMBAT Super cruiserweight Championship
Light heavyweight Spain Jorge Loren def. Switzerland Beni Osmanoski Decision (majority) 3 Light heavyweight Tournament Final Elimination
Light heavyweight France Aristote Quitusisa def. Romania Bogdan Stoica Decision (majority) 3 Light heavyweight Tournament Final Elimination
Light heavyweight United Kingdom Michael Terrill def. Suriname Clyde Brunswijk Decision (majority) 3 Light heavyweight Tournament Final Elimination
Light heavyweight Poland Dawid Kasperski def. Morocco Ibrahim El Bouni Decision (majority) 3 Light heavyweight Tournament Final Elimination
Heavyweight Switzerland Volkan Oezdemir def. France Nordine Mahieddine Decision (majority) 3
Light heavyweight Switzerland Yoann Kongolo def. United Kingdom Jamie Bates KO (spinning back fist/right flying knee) 3 SUPERKOMBAT New Heroes Light heavyweight Title Eliminator
Heavyweight Bosnia and Herzegovina Enver Šljivar def. Italy Lucian Danilencu TKO (referee stoppage) 3 Opening Bout

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SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final[edit | edit source]

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final
Information
PromotionSUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
DateNovember 22, 2014
VenuePalaIper
CityMonza, Italy
Total gate6,000[19]
Event chronology
SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final Elimination SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix I 2015

SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2014 Final was a kickboxing event held by the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship on November 22, 2014 at the PalaIper in Monza, Italy.[20]

Background[edit | edit source]

The promotion presented the finals of the SUPERKOMBAT Light Heavyweight World Grand Prix, and the winner walked away as the champion of the season and bragged rights. Jorge Loren, Dawid Kasperski, Michael Terril and Aristote Quitusisa competed for the honours.[20]

There were also some superfights on the show, including names familiar to SK fans like Andrei Stoica, Bogdan Stoica and Amansio Paraschiv. There was also a Middleweight title fight between the WKA champion Julian Imeri and Nader Farhou.[20]

Results[edit | edit source]

Main Card (Eurosport)
Weight Class Method Round Notes
Light heavyweight Spain Jorge Loren def. France Aristote Quitusisa Decision (unanimous) 3 Light heavyweight Tournament Final
Middleweight Albania Julian Imeri def. Lebanon Nader Farhou Decision (unanimous) 3 WKA Middleweight Championship
Super cruiserweight Romania Andrei Stoica def. United States Emilio Vallecillo TKO (referee stoppage) 1
Middleweight Romania Amansio Paraschiv def. Italy Riccardo Lecca KO (left hook) 1
Light heavyweight Italy Giuseppe De Domenico def. Suriname Errol Koning Decision (unanimous) 3
Light heavyweight Romania Bogdan Stoica def. Italy Alexandru Negrea KO (right uppercut) 3 Light heavyweight Tournament Reserve Bout
Light heavyweight Spain Jorge Loren def. United Kingdom Michael Terrill KO (right body kick) 2 Light heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Light heavyweight France Aristote Quitusisa def. Poland Dawid Kasperski Decision (split) 3 Light heavyweight Tournament Semi Final
Preliminary Card (Sport.ro Channel)
Middleweight Romania Cristian Milea def. Italy Ovidio Mihali Decision (Unanimous) 3
Middleweight Italy Bruno Franchi def. France Laurent Clément Decision (unanimous) 3
Lightweight Italy Davide Garau def. Italy Christian Faustino Decision 3
Light heavyweight Romania Răzvan Avasilcăi vs. Moldova Alexander Savin Draw 3
  • Cedric Manhoef was replaced with Nader Farhou.

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Light heavyweight tournament bracket[edit | edit source]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
         
2 Spain Jorge Loren DEC
Switzerland Beni Osmanoski 3r.
2 Spain Jorge Loren KO
4 United Kingdom Michael Terrill 2r.
4 United Kingdom Michael Terrill DEC
Suriname Clyde Brunswijk 3r.
Spain Jorge Loren DEC
France Aristote Quitusisa 3r.
France Aristote Quitusisa DEC
1 Romania Bogdan Stoica 3r.
France Aristote Quitusisa DEC
3 Poland Dawid Kasperski 3r.
Morocco Ibrahim El Bouni 3r.
3 Poland Dawid Kasperski DEC

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Contract extension between Superkombat® and Eurosport for three years". SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship. 18 March 2014. Archived from the original on 20 March 2014.
  2. "Fight Now TV home for SUPERKOMBAT kickboxing in US". Sherdog. 26 September 2013.
  3. "Românii au făcut spectacol în gala Local Kombat "România vs. Restul Lumii" de la Ploieşti" (in Romanian). Libertatea. 30 March 2014.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Superkombat New Heroes – Ploiesti: Official Results". SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship. March 31, 2014.
  5. "Gala Superkombat de la Reşiţa, cea mai bună!" (in Romanian). Argument. 23 December 2014.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Superkombat World Grand Prix – Resita: Official Results". SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship. April 12, 2014. Archived from the original on April 17, 2014.
  7. 7.0 7.1 "Superkombat World Grand Prix – Constanta: Official Results". SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship. May 26, 2014.
  8. https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/other-sports/mma/micky-the-thrill-terrill-face-3688605
  9. "Andrei Stoica şi-a apărat cu succes titlul mondial Superkombat la categoria super cruiser" (in Romanian). Gazeta Sporturilor. 22 June 2014.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  10. 10.0 10.1 "Andrei Stoica retains his Superkombat® Super Cruiserweight Title". SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship. June 25, 2014.
  11. "Superkombat: Cătălin Moroșanu, la cea de-a 23-a victorie înainte de limită" (in Romanian). Agerpres. 3 August 2014.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  12. 12.0 12.1 "Superkombat World Grand Prix – Constanta: Official Results". SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship. August 4, 2014.
  13. "Moroşanu a cucerit Olanda. Victorie spectaculoasă în prima gală Superkombat organizată în ţara luptelor". Puterea. September 28, 2014.
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 14.5 "Superkombat World Grand Prix in Almere, Netherlands on September 27th". SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship. August 23, 2014.
  15. "SuperKombat WGP Almere Live Results". liverkick.com. Retrieved 2014-09-27.
  16. "Bientôt les demi-finales de Superkombat à Genève" (in French). Le Matin. October 16, 2014.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  17. 17.0 17.1 "Superkombat World Grand Prix Final Elimination™ in Geneva, Switzerland on October 25". SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship. September 29, 2014.
  18. "Official results of Superkombat World Grand Prix™ from Almere, Netherlands". SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship. September 28, 2014.
  19. "Superkombat: Andrei Stoica a fost desemnat "Luptătorul anului 2014"" (in Romanian). TVR. December 6, 2014.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 "World Grand Prix Final™ in Monza, Italy: Superkombat® season ended with a bang". SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship. November 28, 2014.
  21. "Livepost: Superkombat World Grand Prix Final - Nov. 22, 9:00pm CET (3pm ET)". bloodyelbow.com. Retrieved 2014-11-22.


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