Simply the Best 10 Prague
Simply the Best kickboxing returns to Czech Republic with Episode 14 held on April 15, 2016 at Top Hotel Prague. The show is the second episode held in the country. The event starts the second season of the series. The promoter is Petr Lamac. The coordinator is Lukas Bodyy of Slovakia.
Simply the Best 14 Prague is a 11-fight bill comprising kickboxing and MMA bouts. Four prestegious World Kickboxing Network titles will be contested during the evening.
In the main event, the current WKN Intercontinental super heavyweight champion out of France Nicolas Wamba faces off Czech star Ondrej “Spejbl” Hutnik in defense of the belt. In the semi-main event Michaela Kerlehova of Czech and Monika Chochlikova of Slovakia challenge for the WKN European women’s flyweight title.
In addition Jiri Apeltauer of Czech and Bereczki Dominik of Hungary battle out for the WKN International super welterweight belt. As well, Georgij Finich and David Vins meet in the rematch challenging for the WKN Czech National super heavyweight strap.
WKN Intercontinental super heavyweight title / Oriental kickboxing / 3×3 mn
Ondrej Hutnik (Czech) defeats Nicolas Wamba (France) by KO R3
WKN European flyweight title / Oriental kickboxing / 5×2 mn
Michaela Kerlehová (Czech) defeats Monika Chochlikova (Slovakia) by points
WKN International super welterweight title / Muay Thai / 3x3mn
Jiri Apeltauer (Czech) defeats Dominik Bereczki (Hungary) by points
WKN Czech National heavyweight title / Oriental kickboxing / 3×3 mn
Georgij Fibich (Czech) defeats David Vins (Czech) by TKO R2
Heavyweight: Ondrej Srubek (Czech) defeats Lubos Suda (Czech)
Super featherweight: Jan Holec (Czech) defeats Yoon-jin Kim (Korea)
Super light heavyweight: Daniel Brunlick (Czech) defeats Denis Kusmirek (Slovakia)
Light heavyweight: Daniel Vitovec (Czech) defeats Vladimir Idranyi (Slovakia)
Lightweight: Ladislav Kristufek (Czech) defeats Samuel Hadzima (Slovakia)
Martin Solc (Czech) defeats Arunas Vilius (Lithuania) – 95 kg
Josef Kral (Czech) defeats Ivica Jakopic (Croatia) – 70 kg