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Redouan Cairo

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Other names  The Spartan
Style  Muay Thai
Weight  93 kg
Number of contests  1
Reach  79.0 in (201 cm)
Height  1.92 m
Losses  9
Division  Heavyweight
Name  Redouan Cairo
Draws  3
Nationality  Surinamese
Wins by knockout  8

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Born  Sergiano Herbert Cairo November 29, 1982 (age 33) (1982-11-29)

Fighting out of  Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Sergiano Herbert Cairo (born 29 November 1982), better known as Redouan Cairo is a Surinamese-Dutch kickboxer fighting in the SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship where he is the 2013 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix Tournament Runner-up. Also a Mixed martial artist, he is a former WAKO-Pro world cruiser heavyweight K-1 rules -94.1 kg champion.

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He is ranked #10 light heavyweight kickboxer of the world by Liverkick.com.

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Career

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Cairo was two times WAKO-Pro champion, intercontinental in 2011 and world in 2013.

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He became WAKO-Pro K-1 rules Intercontinental Champion against Andrei Stoica after five round of fighting. They had remach on SUPERKOMBAT event in Podgorica, Montenegro on February 25, 2012. Originally, it was announced that Stoica defeated Cairo via decision after 3 rounds. However, SK officials overturned the decision to a no contest as the judges actually scored the bout a majority draw. Stoica had also caused controversy by inadvertently referring to Cairo as "the nigger" in his post-fight interview. Stoica himself apologized for the mistake, blaming his poor command of English.

On July 30, 2011, Cairo took on Dzianis Hancharonak in Las Vegas, NV, United States. The action started immediately and after scoring a knocked down twice in the second round, Cairo lost by TKO in round three.

Also in Monaco, Cairo won his second WAKO-Pro title. This time against Zinedine Hameur-Lain by KO in fourth round. His reign didn't last long as he lost title to Vladimir Mineev in Russia one month later.

He rematched Sebastian Ciobanu at SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2013 IV in Giurgiu, Romania on October 12, 2013 and won with a brutal knee KO in round three.

He beat Jegish Yegoian by unanimous decision at the SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2013 Final Elimination in Ploiești, Romania on November 9, 2013.

He competed in the SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix 2013 Final in Galați, Romania on December 21, 2013, beating Giannis Stoforidis via TKO due to a broken hand in the semi-finals before dropping a unanimous decision to Frank Muñoz after an extension round in the final.

There was no winner in a rematch against Dzianis Hancharonak at Kickboxing Empire II in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States on March 8, 2014 as the fight ended up in draw.

Titles

  • Professional
  • 2014 Real Fighters World Champion -95 kg (1 Title Def.)
  • 2013 WAKO-Pro K-1 rules World Champion -94 kg
  • 2011 WAKO-Pro K-1 rules Intercontinental Champion -85 kg
  • SUPERKOMBAT Fighting Championship
  • 2014 Knockout of the Year nomination (vs. Ali Cenik)
  • 2013 SUPERKOMBAT World Grand Prix Tournament Runner-up
  • Amateur
  • 2006 IFMA World Muaythai champion
  • 2002 Dutch amateur champion -86 kg
  • References

    Redouan Cairo Wikipedia


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