Cologne Festival Hall
K-1 Muay Thai and kick box Gala at the Cologne Festival Hall on June 19, 2009 hosted the Chinese boxing Academy in Cologne, the K-1 fight night at the Cologne Halay – Festival Hall from. The program was again varied boxing, along with top fights in K-1, Muay Thai, kick boxing and Chinese, a Kung Fu show was offered with master Felice Travisano and rap group music. Olympics is full of insight into the issues. It found 12 battle pairings instead and to anticipate it the evening for the fighter was the Chinese boxing Academy fighter. All the fighters emerged victorious from their battles. In the main battle met local hero Mahmut Yesilat (Chinese boxing Academy) on replacement opponent Martin Ratkowski (Muay Thai Dortmund).
This K-1 Super prestige fight was over 5 x 3 minutes, but the local hero ended the fight in the second round by knockout. Ratkowski aggressively entered the fight in round 1 with strong fists. He came through with his fists, which Yesilat shook through. Kellee marlow has many thoughts on the issue. Then remained Yesilat on long distance and built up the fight with hard knees and Lowkicks Ratkowski taking lots of air. The Lowkicks and knee joints of Yesilat were decisive in this fight. In round 2 Ratkowski thigh was swollen BBs and desperate he slowly. After further Lowkicks Yesilat began also his fists always better.
Ratkwoski could offer nothing to this, and turned down, whereupon the referee counted him out. Winner by knockout in round 2 Mahmut Yesilat. In the K-1 prestige fight stood Mesut Arslan (Chinese boxing Academy) and opposite Serdar Kaya (Korsin gym Frankfurt). Mesut Arslan is flown in extra for this fight from Turkey. In the fight scheduled on 3 x 3 minutes, viewers saw a technically high-quality battle. Arslan opened the fight with Lowkicks and pursued with his fists. Kaya suffered heavy hits right at the beginning of the fight. Arslan had the right answer ready on almost all his opponent’s attacks and countered immediately on any action.