On Saturday, Nov. 12, Superkombat visited the Polyvalent Hall in Bucharest, Romania for the Superkombat World Grand Prix Final. The 13-fight card featured three title fights and one heavyweight mixed martial arts bout.

In the evening’s main event, Romania’s Cristian Spetcu fought Norway’s Simon Santana for the Superkombat lightweight title. Spetcu had defeated seven of his past eight opponents. Santana fell short in his bid for the Enfusion 63-kilogram title against Keng Superpro Samui at Enfusion Live 36.

In the evening’s main card action, top Romanian prospect Amansio Paraschiv rematched the champion Chris Ngimbi for the Superkombat middleweight title. Ngimbi defeated Paraschiv at the Superkombat World Grand Prix 2016 Final Elimination in October. German Ania Fucz took on Croatia’s Marija Malencia for the Superkombat women’s bantamweight title. Romanian heavyweight Sebastian Cozmanca faced Spain’s Damian Garcia.

The Superkombat New Heroes undercard aired live at 19:00 CET on Sport.ro (Romania) and Fight Box. The main card aired live at 21:00 CET on Sport.ro and Eurosport 1.

FULL RESULTS
Cristian Spetcu def. Simon Santana by unanimous decision – for the lightweight (63.5 kg) title
Sebastian Cozmanca def. Damian Garcia by knockout (punch). Round 1, 1:04
Amansio Paraschiv def. Chris Ngimbi by unanimous decision – for the middleweight (72.5 kg) title
Eduard Chelariu def. Mervin Rozenstruik by unanimous decision
Marija Malencia def. Ania Fucz by decision – for the women’s bantamweight (56 kg) title
Victor Garulo def. Alex Filip by unanimous decision
Daniel Stefanovski def. Bogdan Nastase by unanimous decision
MMA: Hatef Moeil def. Boban Danov by TKO (strikes). Round 1
Razvan Tiru def. Giannis Marinos by unanimous decision
Valentin Bordianu def. Michail Karamousketas by knockout (liver kick). Round 1
Adelin Mihaila def. Panagiotis Papadopoulos by knockout (left head kick). Round 1, 1:28
Cosmin Ionescu def. Claudiu Alexe by TKO. Round 2
Cristian Stoica def. Cristian Rotar by unanimous decision

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Zach Aittama
Staff Writer

Zach Aittama became a fan of martial arts at an early age. Hooked on the sport after one experience, Zach started training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Muay Thai as a teenager. Watching the sport only increased his interest, building a fascination for combat sports around the globe. Years of training and amateur bouts later, Zach continues to train while working and attending school full-time. Zach started writing for Fight Sport Asia in 2014 and joined the Combat Press staff in July of 2015.

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