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Romanian Kickboxers: Daniel Ghita, Catalin Morosanu, Raul Catinas, Sebastian Ciobanu, Ionut Iftimoaie

Romanian Kickboxers: Daniel Ghita, Catalin Morosanu, Raul Catinas, Sebastian Ciobanu, Ionut Iftimoaie

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Chapters: Daniel GhiA?A?, CA?tA?lin MoroA?anu, Raul CA?tinaA?, Sebastian Ciobanu, Ionut Iftimoaie. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 26. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Daniel Ghi (born April 22, 1981) is a professional Romanian Heavyweight kickboxer and a martial artist. He is a former WKN European Muaythai champion, currently competing in K-1. He made his K-1 debut in 2007 at K-1 Fighting Network Romania 2007 against Nobu Hayashi. Daniel Ghi begun his career in 1994. After just 4 months of training he wins the national title of Romania in semicontact, lightcontact, fullcontact kickboxing and thai boxing. Next year, he repeats the same performance. "The Savage Samurai" made his debut at the World Championships in 1999 in Bangkok, Thailand. Daniel won all his matches by knockout before the semifinal where he lost against Alexey Ignashov by one round (the only match of the Belarusian won by decision and not KO). Ghi's career continued with outstanding performances: European champion in Germany in 2000, bronze medal at the World Muay Thai Championships from Thailand 2001 and European vice-champion in Portugal in 2002. In 2003, he recorded the fastest KO at the World Muay Thai Championships from Thailand, 30 seconds against an Australian fighter. In 2004, Daniel entered the Local Kombat fighting circuit from Romania. His good record there gave him the opportunity to fight also in the K-1 fighting circuit. His K-1 debut was in 2007 at K-1 Fighting Network Romania 2007 against Nobu Hayashi. On August 11, 2009 Ghi broke Peter Aerts' record of fastest K-1 tournament win by defeating all three of his opponents in total of 5 minutes and 15 seconds. Peter Aerts' record at the time was 6:43 and stood for 10 years before Ghi's milestone. Ghi is known for his strong low kicks, with which he has knoc...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=21856457