Lightweight Contender Naus Added to KOK 84

Lithuanian lightweight contender Jan Naus has been added to the stacked KOK 84 fight card taking place on 14 March in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Naus, currently the eighth-ranked 71 kg fighter in KOK, has been involved in some tough battles recently in the KOK ring.
He lost a close, extra-round decision to Slovakian Denis Farkas in the lightweight contender tournament at the KOK World Series 2018 in Slovakia, then faced current number-one contender Mareks Pelcis in Riga. Pelcis was too sharp for Naus, who showed his grit and toughness but lost a decision.
Naus rebounded with an impressive decision victory over KOK Slovakia GP winner Vladimir “The Terminator” Konsky in his next fight at the KOK World Series in Vilnius.
In his last bout, Naus drew with Finnish contender Lauri “Good Boy” Suomela at KOK 69.
The Sparta Gym fighter will be looking for a win in his KOK return after a one-year absence. His opponent is to be announced.
KOK 84 Fight Card Update
KOK’s return to Vilnius is less than a month away, and the fight card is nearly complete for one of Europe’s biggest fight sports events of 2020. Over 10,000 fans will gather at the Siemens Arena in Vilnius, Lithuania to watch top fighters compete at KOK 84.
The KOK 84-World GP 2020 in Vilnius card is headlined by a pair of top Lithuanian fighters. Tomas Pakutinkas faces tough Pole Tomas Czerwinski in a heavyweight bout to be contested under MMA Bushido rules.
KOK World Lightweight Champion Henrikas Viksraitis meets Felix Minners of Germany in a three-round lightweight kickboxing super fight.
A four-man tournament welterweight contender tournament is also scheduled to establish a new contender for the currently vacant KOK Welterweight Title.
Before KOK 84, the FightBox KOK Hero’s World Series in Vilnius takes place. The FightBox KOK Hero’s event features top Lithuanian fighters in MMA Bushido and KOK kickboxing rules bouts.
Here is the updated fight card (subject to change).
The KOK 84 and FightBox KOK Hero’s World Series events will be televised internationally on FightBox HD.
KOK Fights TV will stream the events live and worldwide.
14 March, 2020
KOK 84-World GP 2020 in Vilnius
Siemens Arena, Vilnius, Lithuania
Broadcast: FightBox HD, KOK Fights TV
Preliminary Matches
-69 kg (KOK Rules): Danas Antanavicius (Lithuania) vs To Be Announced
-71 kg (KOK Rules): Mindaugas Kairys (Lithuania) vs To Be Announced
FightBox KOK Hero’s Series
-71 kg (KOK Rules): Jan Naus (Lithuania) vs To Be Announced
-85 kg (KOK Rules): Petros Vardakis (Greece) vs Paulius Mitkus (Lithuania)
-85 kg (MMA Bushido): Erikas Golubovskis (Lithuania) vs To Be Announced
-85 kg (MMA Bushido): Soslan Gasievi (Georgia) vs Naglis Kanisauskas (Lithuania)
-85 kg: (KOK Rules): Deividas Kaklauskas (Lithuania) vs Arnoldas Misiunas (Lithuania)
-77 kg: (MMA Bushido): Raimondas Krilavicius (Lithuania) vs Vitold Jagelo (Lithuania)
KOK 84-World GP 2020 in Vilnius
-77 kg (KOK Rules): Pavel Mazurok (Latvia) vs Raimondas Avlasevicius (Lithuania)-Welterweight Contender Tournament Semifinal 1
-77 kg (KOK Rules): Ferreira Guilherme Rodrigo (Brazil) vs Vaidas Valancius (Lithuania)-Welterweight Contender Tournament Semifinal 2
-69 kg (KOK Rules): Matas Pultarazinskas (Lithuania) vs Dovydas Rimkus (Lithuania)
-71 kg (KOK Rules): Henrikas Viksraitis (Lithuania) vs Felix Minners (Germany)
-77 kg (KOK Rules): Tournament Final (Winner Semifinal 1 vs Winner Semifinal 2)
+95 kg (MMA Bushido): Tomas Pakutinskas (Lithuania) vs Tomasz Czerwinski (Poland)


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