Local Kombat, powered by SuperKombat, will hold an event on December 7 in Romania, where Romania's upcoming talent, scattered over all weight classes is featured. The stars of SuperKombat aren't on the card, they'll be on December 22, but Local Kombat is to build talent for SuperKombat.
At 64kg, a WAKO Pro title will be on the line as popular Romanian fighter who's been featured on SuperKombat before, Ionut Atodiresei, fights Aitor Eguzkiza from Spain. Atodiresei is coming off a win over Sasa Jovanovic at SuperKombat's Bodyguard Final in June in front of 15 000 fans in Craiova.
Five Local Kombat national titles will be on the line, featuring some of Romania's best and up and coming talent at other weight classes.
As well, there's also two super fights. Philippe Salmon of France fights Romania's Adrian Mitu, who fought for SuperKombat in October and was in a very good fight. At 75kg, Miodrag Olar, who fought Mitu at that October fight, takes on Yasin El Hana, also from France.
1. Local Kombat National Title (-60 kg)
Marius Grăunte vs Florin Lupu
2. Local Kombat National Title (-69 kg)
Amansio Paraschiv vs Alin Şpan
3. Local Kombat National Title (-72 kg)
Cristian Milea vs Claudiu Bădoi
4. Local Kombat National Title (-85 kg)
Cristian Ristea vs Alexandru Nedelcu
5. Local Kombat National Title (-95 kg)
Dănuţ Hurduc vs Gabriel Flutur
6. MMA (+96 kg)
Zsolt Balla vs Adrian Stoiţi
7. Super-fight (-75 kg)
Phillipe Salmon (France) vs Adrian Mitu (Romania)
8. Super-fight (-72,5 kg)
Yasin El Hana (France) vs Miodrag Olar (Romania)
9. WAKO Pro World Title (-64 kg)
Ionuţ Atodiresei (Romania) vs Aitor Eguzkiza (Spain)
10. MMA (+120 kg)
Steven Banks (USA) vs Alexandru Lungu (Romania)