Review: 2012-11-10, very tough fight with three knockdowns: Carter Williams vs Catalin Morosanu gets three stars. Catalin Morosanu ranked as the No.15 heavyweight in the world, entered the fight with a record of 33-5-0 while Carter Williams had a record of 34-20-2. Williams vs Morosanu is the main event of SuperKombat WGP 2012 Final Elimination (superfight). Watch the video!
Review: 2012-11-10, good fight with two knockdowns between Benjamin Adegbuyi and Sergei Lascenko: three stars. Sergei Lascenko (Serhiy Lashchenko) ranked as the No.12 heavyweight in the world, entered the fight with a record of 29-10-0 while Benjamin Adegbuyi had a record of 13-1-1. On the original fight card Adegbuyi was expected to face Alexey Ignashov. Adegbuyi vs Lascenko is the quarterfinal of the SuperKombat WGP 2012 heavwyeight tournament; undercard of Carter Williams vs Catalin Morosanu. Watch the video!
Review: 2012-11-10, nice and tough fight between Daniel Sam and Ismael Londt: three stars. Ismael Londt ranked as the No.13 heavyweight in the world, entered the fight with a record of 30-3-1 while Daniel Sam had a record of 17-5-0. Sam vs Londt is the quarterfinal of the SuperKombat WGP 2012 heavwyeight tournament; undercard of Carter Williams vs Catalin Morosanu. Watch the video!
SuperKombat WGP 2012 Final Elimination video promo
Scheduled on November 10 in Craiova, Romania, it’s time for one of the biggest European event from this autumn: SuperKombat WGP 2012 Final Elimination.
The main event is a super fight between Carter Williams vs Catalin Morosanu.
Carter ‘The Beast’ Williams is a former North American Muay Thai champion and K-1 World GP in Las Vegas tournament champion. During his career he shifted from kickboxing to MMA and then again to kickboxing.
He has an overall kick boxing record of 34-20-2 (1nc) and MMA record of 4-4-0 and he’s known for a great match with Ray Sefo at K-1 World Grand Prix 2003 in Japan. His last match was a loss against Gokhan Saki at Glory World Series: Stockholm on May 26, 2012.
Catalin ‘The Carpathian Death’ Morosanu has a very good record (33-5-0) and comes from 11 victories in a row. He holds notable victories over Gary Goodridge, Freddy Kemayo, Stefan Leko, Mighty Mo, Anderson “Braddock” Silva and Paul Slowinski. He has stated that he is a fan of Bob Sapp.
In his last match he defeated