Easter time is video time – women`s division!

As we promised the women’s division are ready! And one must say that this time we got some real great videos. Some of them “old news”, some real classics, and some that could be a first time watch for some of you. But we have tried do mix it up a little bit, so we do have some from across the World.  ladies..you`r up next!

Tamás Fekete

We start of at the Dutch Open in 2011. Margarita Čiuplytė (Lithuania) was at the time among the absolute top fighters of the world. EC champion several times, an later that year runner up in the World Championship in Japan! On the other side, Sara Hägge (Sweden) At that time did Hägge her international debut. The result of the fight made no surprise, but the spirit of the challenger did..

Next fight up, European Championship in Spain, the year 2010. A real intense fight between two rivals in the middleweight at that time. Inga Mikštaitė (Lithuania) vs Csenge Szepesi (Hungary) Both very aggressive, Mikštaitė maybe with an little technical advantage, but Szepesi with an extreme drive. Since former champions in the middleweight, Edit Abraham had moved up to heavyweight, the middleweight top spot was open..!

Video from Victory Gym

European Championship in 2008, semi final in the heavyweight category +65 kg. Gergana Atanasova (Bulgaria) vs Viviana Chirila (Romania) Both top fighters, not only in Europe but worldwide.

So we are back (almost) The World Championship in weight categories 2017, Kazakhstan. We are picking up one of the home fighters against one of the favorites in the Women lightweight -50 kg – Semifinal. Alimova Ustyugova (Kazakhstan) vs Yui Kikukawa (Ashihara Kaikan Japan) This was a key fight, and as in more than one case, fighters from Kazakhstan was less known – but not less skilled..

Video from WKO SHINKYOKUSHINKAI 新極真会 Youtube channel, visit for more..

Last one out, from 2014, International Memorial Cup Hungary. We are picking up the final, and with one of the top fighters from Hungary, Szabó Zsófi. This was a couple of years before Szabó had become European Champion (2016/17) Japan was the challenger, 3rd place at the The 1st All Japan Fullcontact Karate – Nahoko Tanioka.

video from Miklós Máj