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Senshi 10 Weigh-ins Results: All Fighters on Weight


There were no issues during the weigh-in ceremony ahead of Senshi 10.

On Saturday, Kyokushin karate organization Senshi will hold its tenth event. The card is headlined by a non-title 176-pound clash between WAKO PRO K1 World titleholder Sergej Braun and Assane Bafeta. The 30-year-old Braun is pursuing his fifth victory under the Senshi banner, and is now facing a new opponent that stepped in during fight week. The German had no issues in hitting the mark as he weighed in at 175 pounds.

A short-notice substitute for Nikola Todorovic, European ISKA K1 champion Bafeta is ready to surprise the masses on Saturday. The Bulgarian organization will promote this contest under the KWU Full Contact rules, which prohibit elbow strikes and throws, but allow the fighters to box, kick, sweep and knee. The late replacement Bafeta looked good on the scales as he hit the 174-pound mark.

The co-main event is a heavyweight affair between Radovan Kulla and Ahmed Krnjic. The 26-year-old Kulla is a Slovakia K1 champion, and he weighed in at 227 pounds. His opponent Krnjic, a 2019 WAKO PRO K-1 European Champion, came in at 247 pounds.

The event will go down on Saturday, Dec. 4. It will start at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT, and will be broadcast live for free on Fite.tv and Senshi.com, as well as Boec.bg, Boec.com, Kwunion.com and Kyokushinkarate.news. Senshi 10 will also feature special guests, including kickboxing legends Peter Aerts, Semmy Schilt, Ernesto Hoost and Albert Kraus, who will serve as commentators and referees.

Senshi 10 Weigh-in Results

Sergej Braun (175) vs. Assane Bafeta (174)
Radovan Kulla (227) vs. Ahmed Krnjic (247)
Nikola Filipovic (235) vs. Danylo Voievodkin (255)
Ruben Garcia (187) vs. Andrey Chekhonin (186)
Filip Sekulovic (187) vs. Alexander Petrov (187)
Pavel Turuk (175) vs. Eduard Aleksanyan (175)
Alexis Laugeois (152) vs. Art?m Pashporin (152)
Philipp Hafeli (158.5) vs. Atanas Bozhilov (160)
Tudor Potoroaca (152) vs. Dragomir Petrov (152)
Joao Pedro Silva (154) vs. Petar Stoykov (154)
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