Karate Combat: Valhalla 1 Results

Karate Combat: Valhalla 1

We have your Karate Combat: Valhalla 1 results. The tenth card of the second season of the retro-futuristic karate championship, Karate Combat, will feature three fights. The card will be televised today on the 6th of December from an unknown location. The commentary team will see the highly touted addition of Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, 2018 World’s Strongest Man and an actor on Game of Thrones.

The card will feature six Shotokan karateka across three bouts. The main event will pit the explosive Frenchman Davy “The Hurricane” Dona against the Greek master of throws Nikos “F16” Gidakos. Dona has lost twice in Karate Combat against stiff competition and a victory against Gidakos may be necessary to ensure his future in the fledgling promotion.

The co-main will see Azeri banger Shahin “The Lion” Atamov try to bounce back from a defeat by fighting against the ferocious Spaniard, Igor “The Iberian Bull” De Castaneda. In addition to his training in Shotokan Karate, De Castaneda has also got a background in Shito-Ryu.

Finally, the prelim bout will give the rising Belgian contender Brian “The Rampage” Van Waseberghe a stiff test in the form of the savvy Ecuadorian veteran Franklin “The Bullet” Mina.

Karate Combat: Scrap Punk 1 Main Card Result

Davy Dona (0-2) def. Nikos Gidakos (1-0) by TKO (right hooks) at 1:38 of Round 3

Co-Main Result

Shahin Atamov (1-1) def. Igor De Castaneda (2-1) by KO (right hook) at 2:16 of Round 2

Prelim Result

Franklin Mina (2-1) def. Brian Van Waseberghe (1-0) by split decision

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