We have your Karate Combat: Neo-Tokyo 1 results. The seventh card of the second season of the retro-futuristic karate championship, Karate Combat, will feature two fights. The card will be televised today on November 8. The event was previously recorded in an unknown location.
The five round main event will see the second Karate Combat title fight of the season. Reigning 67 kg champion Edgars “The Bearslayer” Skrivers will defend his golden belt against the iron-willed challenger Myrza-Bek “The King” Tebuev. Hailing from Latvia, potent pressure counterstriker Skrivers will be representing Shotokan karate. He comes off of a TKO victory over Luiz Victor Rocha. A more traditional karate fighter, Tebuev is Russian and will be representing Shito-Ryu karate. He comes off of a decision win over Daniel Viveros. We have written a technical breakdown of the title fight here.
The co-main event will pit two Shotokan stylists against each other as the Brazilian Willans Quirino clashes with the Greek newcomer Nikos “F16” Gidakos. Both will be fighting to try and achieve their first victory in the promotion. It should be an entertaing pair of fights.
Karate Combat: Neo-Tokyo 1 Results
Main Card Result
Edgars “The Bearslayer” Skrivers (2-0) def. Myrza-Bek “The King” Tebuev (2-1) for the Karate Combat 67kg Championship by TKO (Referee Stoppage) after the 3rd round
Nikos “F16” Gidakos (0-0) def. Willans Quirino (0-1) at 75 kg by unanimous decision
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