If you didn't know, all the tournaments that SuperKombat has been doing all lead to their World Grand Prix Final, which takes place some time at the end of the year.
This year, there have been three tournaments. The three winners, Catalin Morosanu, Raul Catinas and Benny Adegbuyi have all advanced to the World Grand Prix Final. Joining them at the WGP Final will be last year's four finalists, Erhan Deniz, Ismael Londt, Sergei Lascenko and Pavel Zhuravlev, making this year's WGP Final an eight man contest.
It's a very good field for the heavyweight division, especially for a promotion that isn't K-1 or Glory. There's only one spot left, so it could get even better. It should be interesting to see how last year's four finalists match up with the ones from this year. Morosanu, Catinas and Adegbuyi have all shown noticeable improvements lately and seem to still be getting better, especially Raul Catinas.
The next spot will be decided at SuperKombat's next event, once again via the four man tournament format.