The fight card for the KOK Classic 5 is nearly complete.
King of Kings released an updated lineup for the multi-discipline event, taking place on 28 February in Lithuania.
Sixteen bouts are scheduled, with some of the promotion’s top stars in action. The event is being broadcast on FightBox HD (available to stream through Film Box Live), and streaming live and worldwide on KOK Fights TV.
KOK Classic 5: Part I
Part I of the event includes both KOK Kickboxing and ZST Bushido MMA action, with eight bouts scheduled.
Unbeaten prospects Lukas Banevicius (4-0) and Erikas Golubovskis (6-0) are scheduled for action in kickboxing and ZST Bushido bouts.
Latvia’s Aleksandr Cerkesov, a former WAK1-F European amateur champion and current bantamweight contender, meets Danas Antanavicius. In a ladies match, Poland’s Ilona Wojda looks for her second KOK win against Lithuania’s Karolina Paulauske.
Former MMA Bushido Champion Osvald Fedorovic faces Renatas Buskus, and another MMA standout Vitold Jagelo faces an opponent to be announced.
KOK Classic Part II
Part II of the event features KOK Kickboxing and Dream Boxing rules matches, with the much-anticipated battle between popular kickboxer Dovydas “Rimkenzo” Rimkus and bodybuilder and social media star Remigijus Virsila attracting worldwide attention. Rimkus and Virsila will meet under boxing rules to settle their social media beef, which started after Virsila dismissed Rimkenzo’s ring abilities.
Matas Pultarazinskas makes his first ring appearance since winning his first professional title. Pultarazinskas won the promotion’s interim featherweight title in December. He’ll face Aleh Moshnin, a Polish veteran unbeaten in his last two bouts.
Lightweight contender Mindaugas Narauskas continues his comeback from injury, and prospects Dominikas Dirkstys and Vitas Karosas are also in action.
Fighters from Lithuania, Poland, Germany, and Latvia are scheduled to compete at the gala.
Updated fight card below.
KOK Classic 5
28 February, 2021
Broadcast: KOK Fights TV, FightBox HD
Promoter: International Bushido Federation/KOK
-64 kg (KOK Rules): Benas Sorochovas (Lithuania) vs To Be Stated
-65 kg (KOK Rules): Ilona Wojda (Poland) vs Karolina Paulauske (Lithuania)
-75 kg (KOK Rules): Lukas Banevicius (Lithuania) vs To Be Stated
-77 kg (ZST Rules): Rytis Kveselys (Lithuania) vs Mantas Kondratavicius (Lithuania)
-63.5 kg (KOK Rules): Aleksandr Cerkesov (Latvia) vs Danas Antanavicius (Lithuania)
-70 kg (ZST Bushido): Renatas Buskus (Lithuania) vs Osvald Fedorovic (Lithuania)
-77 kg (ZST Bushido): Vitold Jagelo (Lithuania) vs To Be Stated
-90 kg (ZST Bushido): Erikas Golubovskis (Lithuania) vs To Be Stated
-66 kg (KOK Rules): Lukasz Leczycki (Poland) vs Vitas Karosas (Lithuania)
-81 kg (KOK Rules): Dominikas Dirkstys vs To Be Stated
-75 kg (Boxing Rules): Dovydas “Rimkenzo” Rimkus vs Remigijus Virsila
-70 kg (KOK Rules): Armin Riedl (Germany) vs Samuelis Sorochovas (Lithuania)
-85 kg (Boxing Rules): Ovidijus Jurginas (Lithuania) vs To Be Stated
-93 kg (KOK Rules): Naglis Kanisauskas (Lithuania) vs Paulius Mitkus (Lithuania)
-65 kg (KOK Rules): Matas Pultarazinskas (Lithuania) vs Aleh Moshnin (Poland)
-73 kg (KOK Rules): Mindaugas Naraukskas (Lithuania) vs Daniel Szott (Poland)
Source- Top Kickboxing and MMA Talent in Action at KOK Classic 5 – KickboxingZ: Kickboxing & BK News