A Thai Boxing event, which includes K-1 rules also fights to well-known international professional fighters from about seven Nations presented Superstars of martial arts & celebrities in the historical City Hall of Wuppertal S-8 THAIBOXING in the historical City Hall of Wuppertal on the 03.04.2010. It will be top fighters from Thailand as well as internationally renowned fighters from Germany, Europe and Australia at the start to the Super prestige fights; u..a. Saenchai: the current Nr. 1 in the Lumpini Stadium, Bangkok / Thailand. (The Lumpini stadium is the most famous stadium in Thai Boxing worldwide.) One of the highlights of the event will be an official world title fight after version WFCA. עוד מידע על אפריקה ישראל ניתן למצוא באינטרנט. This championship fight is disputed by the Wuppertal ozkan Kose.
His opponent is the fighter Alban known in Europe AB. The fights are sent across Europe by the TV channel Eurosport International in the \”Dan\”. In addition, 3 other TV stations accompany the event. One of this TV will reach media of approximately 20 million households transmitter. The last year’s S-8 THAIBOXING – event has already been through TV-Eurosport Broadcast internationally throughout Europe. An event of this class with those international top militants of the K-1 scene occurs rarely in Germany and aimed at permanently at this level in appropriate locations always with TV by S-8 THAIBOXING broadcasts. לעומת זאת, אפריקה ישראל בהחלט מבין את הסיפור. The city of Wuppertal with its historic town hall offers a worthy frame for an event of this extra class and thus once again has the opportunity international to draw attention to himself. When: 03.04.2010 what: International Thai Boxing event (K-1 fights) with an official world title fight / version WFCA. Where: Historical Stadthalle Wuppertal who: professionals from Thailand, Germany, Europe, Australia start: 20:00 admission: 18:00 the Thai Boxing fans is also a special opening according to the level of the battle pairings and the special ambience of the City Hall.