The WKN World Cup comes to New Zealand, which marks the first time in the country’s history when Kickboxing and MMA titles are contested on the world-level at the same tournament.
60 Countries. 2 world titles. 31 Sanctioned World CUP Titles up for grabs.
Countries from all around the WORLD will travel to Aotearoa to take part in Kickboxing and MMA World Cup right here in New Zealand.
WKN World Cup 2019
28 – 30 November 2019
Eventfinda Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand
With a staggering 33 Sanctioned World Titles in K1 and MMA up for grabs it is anyones game – will you be the next WKN World Champion?
The Grand Finale will be an explosive final day and full fight show headlined by Antonio ‘Big Foot’ Silva vs Grégory Tony.
Kelvin Joseph v Roan Carneiro Live stream 2019 WKN World Cup
Mixed Martial Artists Kelvin Joseph of New Zealand and Roan Carneiro of Brazil will battle it out for WKN 84 kg title this November in Auckland. The scheduled for five rounds contest is featured on the 2019 WKN World Cup card headlined by kickboxing encounter between World Champion Greg Tony of France and Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva of Brazil.
WKN World Cup 2019 live stream is an upcoming kickboxing and mixed martial arts event held at Eventfinda Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand from November 28 to November 30.
The event marks the first time when kickboxing and mixed martial arts titles are contested at the world level on the same event in New Zealand.
The event is expected to see international competitors contesting during a three-day tournament with 30 amateur world cup trophies up for grabs.
The main event is expected to see WKN World Middleweight MMA championship between Kelvin Joseph and Roan Carneiro.
WKN World Super Heavyweight championship bout between the champion Grégory Tony and former UFC Heavyweight title challenger and former Cage Rage World Heavyweight champion Antonio Silva was expected to headline the last day of competition. The fight was cancelled due to withdrawal of Silva, who wasn’t medically cleared after suffering the defeat by knockout in his previous bout.