PAST IKF
PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONS

This directory was created to give respect to the Past IKF PRO Champions & Their Trainers.
It is also to discredit those claiming to be past IKF PRO Champions that are not.

If not listed here, or in the Current IKF World Rankings,
they were NEVER an IKF PRO Champion.



-ALL Champions are listed in Alphabetical Order-


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  • Pete Adams
    Birmingham, England, 15-4, MMA: 1-0, 71kg, K-Star Gym, Steve Logan
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules Light Middleweight England Champion.
      • Adams won his title on February 29th, 2009, Birmingham, England, Steve Logan's, IKF Kickboxing: Defeated Dan Costello of Birmingham, England by decision.
      • IKF retired his title on January 17, 2013 when his trainer informed the IKF he had retired and that his last fight was in 2009.
      • Last Update: 3-6-13.


  • Edwin "El Tigre" Aguilar
    Tijuana, Baja, Mexico, 120-3/88, Pro MMA: 17-12 - Pro Boxing: 1-0/1 , 190, 5'10", Tiger Team
    • IKF Pro Full Muay Thai Rules Cruiserweight World Champion.
      • Aguilar won his title on Wednesday, June 18th, 2008 in Montego Bay, Jamaica when he defeated Manson Gibson by TKO at end of round 3.
      • PHOTO
      • IKF retired his title on May 28th, 2014 due to inactivity.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 5-28-14


  • Dennis "Kaheke" Alexio
    Molokai, Hawaii, USA 70-*2/65, Pro Boxing: 5-1/3, 5'11", 215-225, 3-12-59, Self
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Heavyweight World Champion.
      • Alexio won his IKF title when he defeated Barrington Patterson of London, England by TKO at the end of the 5th round In Hawaii, USA on May 31st, 1997.
      • First Defense: May 1st, 1998, Sacramento Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, California, USA: Defeated Achille Roger of France by TKO at 1:10 of round 5.
      • Alexio's World Title was retired by the IKF on November 24th, 2003. The reason was because the IKF Organization had been trying to contact Mr. Alexio since June of 2003, to discuss what his future plans for the sport were, such as a title defense, or a retirement of his title. However we never received any return phone call.
      • Alexio has had a "BRILLIANT" career and will be remembered as THE BEST Heavyweight and Super Heavyweight FCR fighter in the world for years to come. We wish him the best in his future.
        • (*) Dennis Alexio: The reason for the * by Alexio's record is because of the questions raised about his second loss. (First to Don Wilson) A loss to Stan Longinidis in Australia in a "Leg Kick" rules bout. In the bout, Longinidis won on a first round TKO after Alexio's leg was broken (spiral fracture) following a leg kick from Longinidis. Later, Alexio claimed he broke it when he stepped in a hole in the ring padding just after the kick. Longinidis' camp and many others said it was broke when Alexio checked one of Longinidis' kicks and when he stepped back and put weight on it, the leg obviously gave way. The bout was sanctioned by the ISKA and the WKA. The ISKA Australia and the WKA kept the fight as a win for Longinidis while ISKA USA reversed the decision to a no contest to avoid giving Alexio a loss. Since the bout, many have given their thoughts about how Alexio's leg broke. Some for, some against. Since we were not there, we felt it best to explain what we do know about it. Since medical experts we have spoken to have said a spiral fracture could not happen just from twisting a leg on a mat, we must recognize the fact that it could have been broken as explained above from the kick. After the bout, Alexio's corner said on TV: "Stan won tonight with an excellent kick, but Dennis is a warrior, as is Stan, and will be back". (Bob Wall and Nasser Niavaroni). Regardless, 1 more loss does not change who Alexio is or who Longinidis is. Both are great fighters. It's just too bad there wasn't any $$ left after this bout to make a rematch, so all questions about who was better than who would be answered... View this bout for yourself by CLICKING HERE - Stan Longinidis vs Dennis Alexio Post Fight Media Coverage.
          On May 15th, 1999 Longinidis got his long awaited shot an an IKF Title in Lowell Massachusetts, USA. However his opponent, the current IKF World Champion Rick Roufus stopped him in round 9 after Loniginidis suffered a broken bone in his foot. Roufus was ahead on all 3 judges cards at the time, 89-81, 86-83 and 88-81.
          Here are some Highlights - Click Here AND Here!
        • VIDEO OF: Dennis Alexio vs Mark Russell - January 22nd, 1994.
        • Dennis Alexio vs Mark Russell Video
        • Last Update: 11-24-03.




  • Vladimir Avtamonov
    Omsk, Siberia, Russia, PKB: 22-1/11, AMKB: 35-5, Oleg Vadaturskiy
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Super Welterweight World Champion.
      • Avtamonov won his title when he defeated Perry Ben of Coventry, England by unanimous decision, 120-110, 120-107, 120-107 in Omsk, Siberia, Russia on February 3rd, 2001.
      • Avtamonov was scheduled to defend his title on October 26th, 2002, in Butler, Pennsylvania, USA against Jimmy Stewart. However his trainer Oleg Vadaturskiy never even attempted to attain the proper Visa's (as agreed with him and the promoter) to come to America. Instead of informing the IKF or Stewart's promoters of this, he simply stopped responding to any e-mails 3 weeks prior to the fight date. To the best of our knowledge, although Avtamonov may have wanted to fight, his trainer had no desire to travel to the USA for the fight. This left the IKF no choice but to retire the title from Avtamonov in December of 2002 since his trainer had no plans of him meeting the challenge.
      • Last Update: 1-9-02.







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  • Tommy "Little Dragon" Bach
    Buffalo Grove, Illinois, USA, Rob Zbilski
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules United States Lightweight Champion
      • Bach won Title By First Round KO over Keith Nesbitt of Steelton, Pennsylvania, USA in Crystal Lake, Illinois, USA on February 1st, 2003.
      • Bach won the IKF Lightweight World title on February 1st, 2003, which retired his U.S. Lightweight title automatically.
      • Last Update: 2-4-03.


  • Chris Ballard
    England, 36-4/14, 6'3", 97kg, 28, 12-21-72, James Sweeney
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules England Heavyweight Champion.
      • Ballard won his title on November 18th, 2001, North Hampton England when he defeated Dave Sharp of England by unanimous decision, 47-41, 46-43 and 47-41.
      • Ballard's title was retired when the IKF was informed he was too heavy to defend it on September 21st, 2003.
      • Last Update: 9-21-03


  • Anthony "Powerhouse" Bartinelli
    Phoenix, Arizona, USA KB: 12-1/11, Pro Boxing: 20-13-2/10, 5'11", 159, 12-5-79, Clement Vierra
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Light Middleweight World Champion.
      • April 17th, 2001, Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona, USA: Defeated undefeated Mike Nagy of Lake In The Hills, Illinois, USA by KO at the end of the 3rd round.
      • 8:35 AM/PST: In his only scheduled title defense on October 17th, 2009 in Ontario Canada, Defending Champion Bartinelli failed to make the mandatory weight of 159 lbs, weighing in at 161.68. There for, challenger Muzammal 'Abu Zayd' Nawaz OF Burlington, Ontario, Canada won the IKF Pro FCR Light Middleweight Title by Forfeit.
      • Last Update: 10-17-09

  • Tony Bassnett
    Liverpool, England, 24-16/10, 5'11", 138 lbs, 63 kg, 2-8-77, Alby Bimpson
    • IKF Pro International Rules European Light Welterweight Champion.
      • Bassnett won his IKF Title on June 21st, 1999, St Helens Town Hall, England: Defeated Celso Costa by Unanimous Decision 80-77, 80-72 and 80-74.
      • As requested by past IKF European Director Alby Bimpson, Bassnett title was retired on November 2004.
      • Last Update: 12-27-11




  • Perry Benn
    England, 13-4/8, 5'11", 66.8Kg, 11-24-66, Stephen Donnelly & Mick Fowles
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules European Welterweight Champion.
      • Benn won his IKF Title on April 16th, 2000 in Coventry England when he defeated Gary O'Brien of Knocknacurra, Ireland by TKO at 1:24 of the 7th round when O'Brien stopped the bout himself when he realized his eye was swelling.
      • As requested by past IKF European Director Alby Bimpson, Benn vacated this title to fight for the IKF World Title in this division in January of 2001.
      • 2nd TITLE WIN
        After losing his IKF World Title bout, Benn came back and won the IKF Pro FCR European Welterweight Champion on April 28th, 2001 in Coventry England when he defeated Denis Alexeev of Russia by TKO at :43 seconds of round 7.
      • On October 22, 2004, IKF European Director Alby Bimpson announced Benn has retired from Kickboxing.
      • Last Update: 10-25-04.




  • Paul Biafore ( Andrew San Paul )
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 30-3-1/16, 5'10", 146, 7-11-70
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules World Welterweight Champion.
      • Biafore won his title on May 15th, 1999 when he defeated Bernard Robinson of Pittsburgh, PA, USA by TKO at the end of the 4th round. The bout was in Lowell Massachusetts, USA.
      • Biafore was never challenged for his title or offered any other bout after he soundly defeated Robinson. He moved to Southern California to pursue music as well as teaching kickboxing.
      • Last Update: 9-30-02.


  • Joanne Bickerstaffe
    Merseyside, England, 1-1/0, 5'2", 56kg, 7-18-71, Alby Bimpson
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules England Featherweight Champion
      • Bickerstaffe won hers title on June 29th, 2000 in St. Helens England: Won title by forfeit when Juliette Winter, Derby Laugar KB did not show up for the fight.
      • Two months earlier on April 16th of 2000, these two fought for the vacant IKF English Bantamweight Title and the bout ended in a majority. The bout was scored 48-47 Winter's by one judge while the other 2 judges had it 48-48. Winter's lost 1 point in round 4 for not getting her kicks in which made the obvious difference in the bout.
      • On January 9th, 2013 the IKF retired her title after it was announced she had retired some time ago.
      • Last Update: 1-9-13

  • Craig Bradford
    Paisley, Scotland, 10-1/0, 76kg, 6'1", 5-8-87, Lex Easdon
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Super Middleweight British Champion
      • Craig won his title on July 28th, 2007, Meryhill, Glasgow, Scotland when he defeated Graham Smith by 5th round stoppage.
      • His title was retiured when he won a larger title in thsi weight class, the Commonwealth title on March 15th, 2008, Glasgow, Scotland, "CALEDONIA FURY" when he defeated Greg Darmon by unanimous decision.
      • Last Update: 9-20-10.


  • Gavin Bradley
    Birmingham, England, 6-2-1/2, 5'5", 55.4kg, 5-23-80
    • IKF Pro International Rules British Bantamweight Champion
      • Bradley won his title on April 16th, 2000, in Coventry England when he defeated Paul Sephton of Coventry, England by TKO at the end of the second round.
      • Bradley's title was retired by the IKF due to inactivity on December 4th, 2013.
      • Last Update: 12-4-13

  • Danny Bryne
    Leicester, England, 12-2-2/2, 67kg, 147 lbs, 6'1", 3-31-69, Mark Barlow
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules European Light Welterweight Champion.
      • Byrne won this IKF Title on April 28th, 2001 in Coventry England when he defeated Tony Bassentt of Liverpool England by unanimous decision, 50-47, 50-45 and 50-46.
      • April 6th, 2003, Daventry, England: Champion Danny Byrne had to forfeit his IKF title when he contacted the promoter to inform him he was not going to show up at the event to defend his title because Byrne said he could not make the weight to defend the title. Because of this, Byrne's Title was awarded to Ray De Bourgh.
      • Last Update: 4-3-10.

  • Danny Bryne
    Leicester, England, 12-2-2/2, 67kg, 147 lbs, 6'1", 3-31-69, Mark Barlow
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules European Welterweight Champion.
      • Byrne won this IKF Title on April 28th, 2001 in Coventry England when he defeated Tony Bassentt of Liverpool England by unanimous decision, 50-47, 50-45 and 50-46.
      • Bryne won this title on April 28th, 2001 in Coventry England when he defeated Tony Bassentt of Liverpool England by unanimous decision, 50-47, 50-45 and 50-46.
      • The IKF retired Bryne's title due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 1-9-11.



  • Randy "The Taz" Bussart
    Vacaville, California, USA, 17-2-1/4, 5'7", 154, 39, Jacob "Stitch" Duran & Al Lagardo
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules California State Super Welterweight Champion.
      • Bussart won this IKF Title on July 24th, 1997 in Redding, CA, USA when he defeated Doug Dickey (153, San Diego, CA, USA, 24-7) by KO at 1:43 of round 2.
      • Bussart Voluntarily Retired his Title on April 3rd, 2000.
      • Last Update: 4-3-00.

  • Randy "The Taz" Bussart
    Vacaville, California, USA, 17-2-1/4, 5'7", 154, 39, Jacob "Stitch" Duran & Al Lagardo
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules United States Welterweight Welterweight Title.
      • Bussart won his second Pro IKF Title, The IKF Welterweight United States Full Contact Rules Title on March 20th, 1999 in Vacaville, CA, USA when he defeated Miguel Reyes (26-5 with 15 KO's) of Poway, CA, USA. Bussart won by Unanimous decision, 79-69, 80-68 and 79-71.
      • Bussart Voluntarily Retired his Title on April 3rd, 2000.
        Last Update: 4-3-00.





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  • Fernando "COOL" Calleros
    Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, PRO KB: 41-10-3/19, Pro Boxing: 1-2-1/0, Team/1 Rd: 9-0, AM KB: 10-1/7
    153, 5'8", 7-7-74
    • IKF Pro International Rules Super Welterweight WORLD Champion.
      • Calleros won his IKF title on June 26th, 2000 when he defeated Miguel Reyes of Tijauana, Baja CA, Mexico by unanimous decision, 96-92, 97-91 and 97-91 in Sacramento CA, USA.
      • Calleros was never challenged for his title yet fought for for several other IKF Titles, including San Shou.
      • On October 17th, 2009 Calleros arrived at weigh-ins in Ontario, Canada to fight for the vacant IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Super Welterweight World Title against Brad Fowler of London, Ontario Canada. However, Calleros came in "18 lbs." overweight. The top limit of the bout was 153 lbs./69.5Kg. (Super Welterweight). The bout was obviously scratched and Calleros was placed on a minimum 12 month suspension by the IKF with "Bout Expense" fines due to the event Promoter.
        • Calleros fine was based on the Promoter's out of pocket expenses which included: Eye Exam: $125.00, Blood Work: $120.00, CATSCAN: $500.00, Flights: $900.00, Travel expenses: $200.00, Opponents purse that was paid to Mr. Fowler: $1,200.00 Total $3,045.00.
          • The IKF Fined Calleros $1,000.00 for not making his weight: The IKF elected to have this fine paid to the Promoter to assist with the THOUSANDS of dollars in Refunded Ticket Sales caused by the bout cancellation. Total due from Mr. Calleros to Promoter: $4,045.00. Suspensions remain until all Fines are paid in Full to Promoter.
        • Calleros ignored his IKF Suspension and fought "3" more times as a Pro boxer.
          1. 10-24-2009, Sky City Casino, Acoma, New Mexico, USA
          2. 3-25, 2010, Commerce Casino, Commerce, California, USA
          3. 5-22, 2010, Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville, Connecticut, USA
      • 1-16-12: Calleros has made no attempts to pay any portion of his fine. On this day the IKF was informed of some legal troubles that makes it apparent that the Promoter will see none of the fees due to him and sadly, due to these legal issues, we may never see Mr. Calleros in the ring again. This determination has brought the IKF to retire Mr. Calleros of his IKF World Title. A great loss to what the IKF has always known as a exciting fighter and a great person.
      • Last Update: 1-16-12.



  • Austin Caverley
    England, Steve Humphreys
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules European Middleweight Title
      • June 29th, 2000, St. Helens England: Defeated Wullie Robbie of Fraserburgh, Scotland by unanimous decision.
      • Caverley's title was retired on July 31st, 2005 when George Katsimpas fought and defeated Gena Thachena of Belarus by decision for Caverley's title at the Weston Football Club in Weston Super Mare England.
      • Last Update: 7-31-2005.



  • "Lightning" Lane Collyer
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 20-7/13, 6'2", 211, 8-3-69, Dennis Palmer
    • IKF Pro Pro Full Contact Rules East Coast Heavyweight Champion.
      • Collyer won his title by Forfeit on June 16th, 2001 in Valdosta, Georgia, USA when champion Matt White of Alabama, USA failed to show up for the bout.
      • Collyer was awarded his title by Forfeit and expressed no interest to defend it since his main focus was leg kick or Muay Thai bouts, so the IKF made the title available.
      • Last Update: 8-1-03.


  • Steven "Pocketrocket" Cook
    Aylesbury, England, Pro 3-5, Am 9-4-1, 62.8kg, 5'4", 3-12-88
    • IKF Pro Pro Full Contact Rules Southern Area (England) Light Welterweight Champion
      • Cook won his IKF Title on March 6th, 2010 in Bristol, England when he defeated Sean Edwards by unanimous decision, 60-53, 60-54, 60-52. - PHOTO
      • Cook retired this title when he won the IKF Pro Fcr British Light Welterweight Title on February 26th, 2012 - Rochester, Kent, England when he defeated Shawn Burton. In this bout there was an accidental clash of heads in Round 3 stopping fight. Judges scorecard 30-28, 30-28, 30-29, Technical decision and title awarded to Steve Cook.
      • Last Update: 3-21-12


  • Robert Coquete
    Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Middleweight World Champion.
      • Coquete won his IKF Title on February 10th, 2000, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada by unanimous decision over Eval Denton of England, 48-47, 49-46 & 48-47 in Winnipeg, Matitoba Canada on February 12th, 2000.
      • Coquete was challenged in the Spring of 2000 to re-match Denton in England but wanted too high of a purse ($6,000) and the bout was dropped. Coquete was later challenged by Chad Sawyer and the IKF stepped in to require Coquete accept the challenge for the minimum "First Challenge Purse" of $2,500. His trainer, Arthur Pereira came in with several other *issues why he didn't want Coquete to fight Sawyer. After a long process of trying to make the match. Coquete himself choose to vacate the title and move up in weight.
      • Last Update: 9-9-2000

  • James Cornick
    Bournemouth, England, 13-5-2, 66.8kg, 6-28-84, Carl Sams
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Southern Area Champion
      • Cornick won his title on June 8th, 2008, Bournemouth, England, Absolute Adrenaline's "NIGHT AT THE OPERA" when he defeated Scott Gannon (England) by decision.
      • Cornick retired this title in this weightclass when he won the 5 Nations title in this weightclass.
      • Last Update: 4-2-11.


  • Israel Vargas Corpus
    Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, 5-1/4
    • IKF Pro International Rules Mexico National Champion
      • Corpus won his title on November 27th, 2004, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico when he defeated Rizo Lopez of Mexico City, Mexico by unanimous decision, 67-66, 67-66 & 68-65.
      • Corpus lost his title in a rematch with Rizo Lopez on March 5th, 2005 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico by majority decision, 68-64, 67-65 and 66-66.
      • Last Update: 3-11-05.





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  • Roman Dabolinsh
    Riga, Latvia, 68-37, Pro Boxing: 7-10/3, 81kg, 5'10", 8-22-71, Oleg Sidorchuk
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules European Light Heavyweight Champion.
      • Roman won his IKF title on October 14th, 2000 in Riga, Latvia when he defeated Youri Kurlov of Russia in by TKO in round 6.
      • On December 11th, 2008, IKF Europe made the decision to strip him of his title due to nactivity.
      • Last Update: 1-10-08.

  • Ray Deburgh
    Kettering, England, 11-4/0, 64kg, 5'6", 1-12-68, Self
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules European Light Welterweight Champion
      • Deburgh was awarded his IKF title on April 6th, 2003 in Daventry, England. The previous IKF champion Danny Byrne forfeited the title when he contacted the promoter to inform him he was not going to show up at the event because he scould not make the weight to defend the title. Because of this, Byrne's Title was awarded to Ray De Bourgh.
      • IKF Retired Deburgh's Title on May 28th, 2014 due to inactivity.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 5-28-14.

  • Giuseppe DeNatale
    Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
    Pro KB: 15-3/12, Pro Boxing: 3-0/3, MMA: 0-1, AM KB: 8-5/7, 6', 210/95kg, 12-5-73, Duke Roufus
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Heavyweight World Champion.
      • DeNatale won his Title on April 15th, 2006, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada when he defeated Duncan Airlie James of Glasgow, Scotland at 1:53 of the third round.
      • In November of 2007, Giuseppe was injured in a car accident that almost took his life. He never fought again and in December 0f 2010 the IKF retired his title.
      • Giuseppe still owns his own gym, Canadian Kickboxing & MuayThai Center which can be found at canadianfightingcenter.com
      • Last Update: 12-6-10.

  • "Evil" Eval Denton
    Wolverhampton, England, 38-22-4/11 5'8, 147 lbs, 67 kg, 7-30-64, Alby Bimpson
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules European Super Welterweight Champion.
      • Denton won his Title on June 21st, 1999 at the St Helens Town Hall in England with a unanimous decision win over Augusto Gomes of Portogal, 98-92, 100-92 and 100-92.
      • Denton Voluntarily vacated his title to fight for a World title in Canada which he lost by decision. Denton later announced his retirement on November 23rd, 2000.
      • Last Update: 10-24-00.


  • Ranjit Dheer
    Bedford, England, 3-2/1, 56kg, 5'3", 11-9-79, Nigel Thompson
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules England Southeast Area Featherweight Champion.
      • Dheer won his Title on April 14th, 2002 in Bedford, England when he defeated Daz Mitchell of SSJ by TKO at 56 seconds of the first round.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: April 13th, 2003, Bedford, England when he and challenger Daniel Brissett fought to a Draw.
      • The IKF Retired Dheer's title on May 28th, 2014 due to inactivity.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 5-28-14

  • Ranjit Dheer
    Bedford, England, 3-2/1, 56kg, 5'3", 11-9-79, Nigel Thompson
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules 4 Nations UK Light Middleweight Champion.
      • Dheer won his Title on April 17th, 2005 when he defeated Eogham Murphy of Dublin, Eire when Murphy could not answer the bell for round 4.
      • The IKF Retired Dheer's title on May 28th, 2014 due to inactivity.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 5-28-14

  • "BIG" John Dixon
    Gautiar, Mississippi, USA, KB: 18-1/18, Pro Boxing: 5-30/2, MMA: 15-22, 245, 6', 10-15-66, J. Dixon, (228) 497-5687
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules United States Super Heavyweight Champion.
      • Dixon won his Title on December 9th, 2001 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA when he defeated Lane Collyer of Atlanta, Georgia USA by KO at 17 seconds into round 4.
      • IKF retired his title on August 31st, 2010 when they were informed he had retired from fighting.
      • Last Update: 8-31-10.

  • Raoul Doucet
    Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada, 15-4-1/7 & 1NC, 6'2", 231, 2-16-67
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules North American Super Heavyweight Champion.
      • Raoul won his IKF title on April 26th, 2003 on Glenville, West Virginia, USA when he defeated Mike Sheppard of Palestine, West Virginia by unanimous decision.
      • First Defense: May 15th, 2004, Simpsonville, South Carolina: Due to nonintentional foul in round 9 of the scheduled 10, (Doucet's knee was coming up on his kick and his challenger Ronnie Copeland ducked into it and his knee hit Copeland in the temple knocking him out) The bout decision went to the score cards where Doucet defeated Copeland by unanimous decision, Judge Tony Gouge: 87-84 - Doucet, Judge Randy Pogue: 88-84 - Doucet, Judge Paul Pearman: 86-85 - Doucet.
      • Raoul retired from kickboxing on December 3rd, 2007
      • Last Update" 12-4-2007.




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  • Lex Easdon
    Paisley, Scotland, 48-2/33, 5'9", 164, 9-15-60
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Intercontinental Middleweight Champion
      • Lex won his IKF title on November, 12th, 2004 in Paisley, Scotland when he defeated Edgars Pilvinis of Lithuania by KO at 1:48 of round 3.
      • Lex's title was retired when the IKF was informed on December 11th, 2007 that he had retired.
      • Last Update: 1-10-08.

  • Dan "Son of a Preacherman" Erickson
    Duluth, Minnesota, USA PK: 10-1-1/6, (1 no contest) Pro Team: 3-4, AK: 21-1/11 - (1 no contest) 215, 6'6", 10-10-74, Mike LaBree & Bill Lassi
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Heavyweight WORLD CHAMPION
      • Erickson won his IKF title on November 25th, 2006, in Loves Park, Illinois, USA: Defeated Kevin Smiles by KO in Round 7.
      • Erickson title was retired on January 12th, 2010 when Erickson announced his retirement to the IKF.
      • Dan was also a 2 time IKF Amateur Tournament Champion. (2001 & 2002)
      • Last Update: 1-10-108.




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  • Enn Fairtex (Enn Janthakhunkick)
    San Francisco, California, USA via Thailand
    60-6-3/16, Pro Boxing: 1-1/0, 5'3", 122, 4-25-70
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules Bantamweight World Champion.

  • Jongsanan Fairtex
    San Francisco, California, USA, via Thailand
    98-28/23, Pro Boxing: 3-1/2, 5'9", 147
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules Welterweight North American Champion.
      • Jongsunan won his IKF Title on December, 9th, 1998 in, Sacramento, California, USA when he defeated Fernando Calleros of Albq. New Mexico, USA by unanimous decision, 48-46, 48-46 and 48-47.
      • Having never been challenged for his title he retired in 2008.
      • Last Update: 8-10-09.




  • Francis "Footloose" Farley
    Santa Cruz, California, USA, Rick Noble
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Light Middleweight World Champion.
      • Farley won his IKF Title when his opponent, Tom Montgomery of Brighton England, hit Farley with a spinning Elbow. The foul ended the bout giving Farley the win. The bout was at the San Jose State Event Center in San Jose, CA, USA on May 13th, 1995.
      • Farley was never challenged for his IKF World Title and he was never scheduled to fight for the IKF again. He lost his ISKA World title some time later to Trevor Ambrose of England and was defeated again in an attempt to win it back in their rematch.
      • He requested to be moved up in weight which the IKF agreed to do, holding a World Title at Super Middleweight at 172 lbs (He won at 159 lbs)
      • He retired with a record of 27-2 with 17ko's.
      • Mr. Farley announced his retirement after his loss to Trevor Ambrose in San Jose, CA, USA on May 15th, 1999. The Ambrose bout though was not sanctioned by the IKF.
      • Today he owns his own club, Farleys Kickboxing - Farleyskickboxing.com
      • Last Update: 11-4-12.



  • Pedro "Pitbull" Fernandez
    Tijuana, Mexico, 17-3-1/16, 6'3", 226, 11-6-68, Miguel Reyes
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Super Heavyweight Mexico Champion.
      • Fernandez won his title on March 31, 2001 in Tijuana, Mexico when he defeated Raul Romero Gonzalez of Mexico City Mexico by TKO at 24 seconds of round 3.
      • Fernandez title was retired by the IKF in 2005 when the IKF was informed he had retired due to an injury.
      • Last Update: 6-15-05.







  • Holly Ferneley (Right)
    PHOTO CLICK HERE
    Sydney, NSW, Australia, 16-4-2/8, PB: 1-5-1/0, 1.65 meters, 122, 55.7, 8-13-71
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Bantamweight World Champion.
      • July, 2000: Holly won Title By Forfeit when Sarah Hall of England failed to re-schedule the bout that by January 1st, 2001. The bout was previously planned for Australia but due to government problems the bout was cancelled. For full story, click HERE.
      • Having never been challenged or never defending her title, Holly retired all 3 of her IKF World Ttles on October 1st, 2008 when she also announced her retirement from the sport.
      • Last Update: 10-14-08

  • Holly Ferneley
    Sydney, NSW, Australia, 16-4-2/8, PB: 1-5-1/0, 1.65 meters, 122, 55.7, 8-13-71, Contact Info: hollyferneley@hotmail.com Or Robert Wilesmith at (044) 906-2188 (Local) or 61-44-906-2188 (International).
    • IKF Pro International Rules Bantamweight World Champion.
      • Defeated Lynette Els of Three Rivers, Vereeniging, South Africa by kick KO in round 3 at the Croatian Club in Bankstown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on Septemebr 24th, 1999.
      • Having never been challenged or never defending her title, Holly retired all 3 of her IKF World Ttles on October 1st, 2008 when she also announced her retirement from the sport.
      • Last Update: 10-14-08

  • Holly Ferneley
    Sydney, NSW, Australia, 16-4-2/8, PB: 1-5-1/0, 1.65 meters, 122, 55.7, 8-13-71, Contact Info: hollyferneley@hotmail.com Or Robert Wilesmith at (044) 906-2188 (Local) or 61-44-906-2188 (International).
    • IKF Pro International Rules Bantamweight World Champion.
      • March 4th, 2000. Defeated Julie Wood of Newtown, New Zeland by KO at 2:36 of round one at the Bankstown Sports Hall in Bankstown, Sydney, Australia.
      • Having never been challenged or never defending her title, Holly retired all 3 of her IKF World Ttles on October 1st, 2008 when she also announced her retirement from the sport.
      • Last Update: 10-14-08




  • Travis Fulton
    Waterloo, Iowa, USA, 4-1, Pro MMA: 221-45-8 - Pro Boxing: 14-25/14, 255, 6', 5-29-77, Russ O'Connell
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Central US Regional Super Heavyweight Champion
      • Fulton won his title on February 11, 2006 in Waterloo, Iowa, USA when he defeated Clayton Miller of Fairfield, Iowa, USA (5-1) by unanimous decision.
      • IKF retired Fulton's title on 9-21-10 due to inactivity as a kickboxer. He was still active as an MMA Fighter with an incredible Pro MMA fight record of 221-45-8.
      • Last Update: 9-21-10.




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  • Ramona "EAGLE" Gatto
    San Jose, California, USA, 25-1, Al Lagardo
    • IKF Woman's Pro International Rules World Featherweight Champion.
      • Gatto became the first Woman's Champion, the first PRO IKF Champion and the first IKF World Champion when she KO'ed Debbie Page of Albq, New Mexico, USA. The bout was Honololu Hawaii, USA on October 16th, 1992.
      • First Defense: Defeated Lapin Padilla of Albq. New Mexico, USA by TKO in the 9th round. The bout was at Win River Casino, Redding, California, USA on February 18th, 1995.
      • Last Update: 1-25-01.

  • Ramona "EAGLE" Gatto
    San Jose, California, USA, 25-1, Al Lagardo
    • IKF Woman's Pro Full Contact Rules World Bantamweight Title.
      • Gatto defeated Debra Cruickshak of Michigan, USA for the IKF Woman's Pro World Bantamweight Title.
      • Gatto's Bantomweight title was stripped in 2000 when she refused a challenge from Australia's Holly Ferneley. She retired shortly after.
      • Last Update: 10-24-01.

  • Ramona "EAGLE" Gatto
    San Jose, California, USA, 25-1, Rick Rodriguez
    • IKF Woman's Pro International Rules World Flyweight Champion.
      • In a contriversial match, Gatto defeated Olga Vlasour of Russia by unanimous decision. This bout was co-sanctioned by the ISKA. It was discovered AFTER the event that it was the plan to have Gatto lose to force a rematch in Russia. The only way she could have won was by KO according to than ISKA representative Dwight Brown. 2 ISKA judges ruled Gatto as the loser while the 1 IKF/CA State Athletic Commission judge ruled in favor of Gatto. After further review, the title was awarded to Gatto after 5 different reviews. All 5 groups of judges scored Gatto the unanimous bout winner. A sad thing to happen to Gatto and the sport of kickboxing. Upset with the politics of the ISKA, she never fought again. For complete details, check it out on the IKF Opinion Page Click Here. The bout was at the San Jose State Event Center in San Jose, California, USA on May 13th, 1995.
      • With 3 IKF World Titles, Gatto never fought again after this bout.
      • She retired in 2000 with a record of 25-1, her only loss coming from Kathy Long.
      • Last Update: 10-24-01

  • Manson "The MasterBlaster" Gibson
    Chicago, Illinois, USA, 93-8-2/61, (30 Kick KO's) AM KB: 10-0-1/8, 6', 176, 5-10-61, Ike Stafford
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Light Cruiserweight / Heavyweight North American Champion.
      • Gibson won his title on April 7th, 2000 in Green Bay Wisconsin, USA when he defeated Phil Petit of Sik Tai, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada by KO with a spinning backfist in the first round.
      • Gibson retired his title in 2005 when he moved up in weight.
      • When Gibson won this title it was called the Light Cruiserweight title but the weightclass was different: 175.1 lbs. - 182 lbs. The weightclass range was later changed but Gibson's title remained Light Cruiserweight.
      • Wikipedia Page - Click Here.
      • Last Update: 6-15-05.

  • Narinder ( Narginder ) Gill
    Bedford England, 8-3/0, 75kg, 5'10", 2-23-76, Nigel Thompson
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Midland/Southeast Area Middleweight Title
      • Gill won his title on April 14th, 2002 in Bedford, England when he defeated Lee Wills from Spirit of Siam by TKO.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: Gill defeated challenger Luke Sullivan of Hayes, Middlesex by majority decision on April 13th, 2003 in Bedford, England.
      • The former IKF Europe leadership (Pre 2007) had Narginder retire this title to fight for the England title, which he lost on April 18th, 2005 in Bedford, England to Steven Jones of Manchester, England.
      • Last update: 1-6-08.


  • Narinder ( Narginder ) Gill
    Bedford England, 8-3/0, 75kg, 5'10", 2-23-76, Nigel Thompson
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Super Middleweight British Champion
      • Gill won his title on April 23rd, 2006 in Bedford, England when he defeated Anwar Kassa by judges decision.
      • His title was retired on April 7th, 2010 due to inactivity and his retirement from fighting.
      • Last update: 4-7-10.

  • Nick "Golden Boy" Gill
    Stevenage, England, 18-2/6,147, 1980, Trevor Spencer
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Welterweight WORLD Champion
      • Gill won his title on February 22nd, 2009 in Kent, England on the TKO PROMOTIONS' "The Empire Strikes Back" event when he defeated Mike 'Mad Dog' Morello by KO in round 10.
      • It was announced to the IKF that Gill had retired due to personal reasons on March 30th, 2011.
      • Last update: 3-31-11

  • Stacey Gosden
    15-2/0, 5'10", 137, 12-21-81, Steve Gosden
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Super Lightweight British Champion
      • Gosden won his title on November 25th, 2006 in Hove Town Hall in England when he defeated Ricky Massey (BBCA Gym) by TKO between round 3 & 4.
      • Gosden's desires were to fight for a World Title and was not interested in a title defense. So, he vacated the title in order for two others to fight for it. Gosden actually presented the new Champion, Qasim Beg of Birmingham, England, his belt in the ring on March 13th, 2010.
      • Last update: 3-29-10

  • Denis Grachev
    San Diego, California, USA Via Russia, Pro: 17-3/7, Amateur KB: 123-18/40 Pro Boxing: 13-3-1/8 - MMA: 3-1
    180, 6'1", 8-3-82, Manny Melchor
    • IKF Full Muay Thai Rules Light Cruiserweight World Champion
      • Grachev won his title on July 7th, 2007 at the Hollywood Park Casino, In Inglewood, California, USA when he defeated Manson Gibson by TKO at :27 of round 3 -
      • Grachev only fought 2 more Kickboxing/Muay Thai bouts after this win. The last in October, 2010.
      • He had made a successful transition to Pro Boxing.
      • The IKF Retired his title on May 28th, 2014 due to inactivity as a Kickboxing/Muay Thai fighter.
      • wikipedia.org Page
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      • Last update: 5-28-14


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  • Ali "Lightning" Hallak (Right)
    PHOTO - CLICK HERE
    Granville, NSW, Australia, PRO KB: 32-3-1/13, Pro Boxing: 2-1-1/0, AM KB: 17-3/10, 5'6", 56.6, 9-6-72
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules Featherweight World Champion
      • Defeated Alberto Ramirez of Tacoma, Washington, USA at 1:34 of round 1 in Sydney Australia on March 4th, 2000.
      • All 3 of Hallak's IKF World Titles were retired by IKF on December 10th, 2008. The reason was IKF had been trying to get ahold of him through his e-mail and trainers e-mail for the last year about defending his title and no reply was ever given.
      • Last Update: 12-10-08.

  • Ali "Lightning" Hallak (Right)
    Granville, NSW, Australia, PRO KB: 32-3-1/13, Pro Boxing: 2-1-1/0, AM KB: 17-3/10, 5'6", 56.6, 9-6-72
    • IKF Pro International Rules Featherweight World Champion
      • Defeated Lucky Clement of Dobsonville, Roodport, South Africa, by judges card decision after the bout was stopped due to a non ententional foul in round 9 at the Croatian Club in Bankstown, Sydney, NSW, Australia on September 24th, 1999.
      • All 3 of Hallak's IKF World Titles were retired by IKF on December 10th, 2008. The reason was IKF had been trying to get ahold of him through his e-mail and trainers e-mail for the last year about defending his title and no reply was ever given.
      • Last Update: 12-10-08.

  • Ali "Lightning" Hallak (Right)
    Granville, NSW, Australia, PRO KB: 32-3-1/13, Pro Boxing: 2-1-1/0, AM KB: 17-3/10, 5'6", 56.6, 9-6-72
    • IKF Pro International Rules Featherweight World Champion
      • Won Title By Forfeit when Billy Saul of England failed to re-schedule the bout that by January 1st, 2001. The bout was previously planned for Australia but due to government problems the bout was cancelled. For full story, click HERE.
      • All 3 of Hallak's IKF World Titles were retired by IKF on December 10th, 2008. The reason was IKF had been trying to get ahold of him through his e-mail and trainers e-mail for the last year about defending his title and no reply was ever given.
      • Last Update: 12-10-08.


  • Karen Harding
    Epsom, Surrey England, Mark Wakeling
    IKF Pro Women's Muay Thai Rules Bantamweight World Champion
    • Harding won her IKF World Title on August 18th, 2002 in Reading, England when she defeated Gulzapa Azzizova of Kazakhstan by unanimous decision.
    • IKF retired Harding's title on 3-16-11 after discovering from IKF England Representative Carl Sams that she was retired.
    • Last Update: 3-16-11



  • Jeremy Harminson
    Lerna, Illinois, USA, 22-4-1/16, Pro MMA: 1-0, AM BX: 13-3/--, 160, 6', 4-8-72, Ryan Blackorby
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules United States Middleweight Champion
      • Jeremy won his IKF Title on June 8th, 2002 in Peoria, Illinois, USA when he defeated Kwame Stephens of Salt Lake City, Utah, USA by unanimous decision, 48-45, 47-46, 47-46.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: June 7th, 2003, Peoria, Illinois, USA: "REMATCH" - Defeated Kwame Stephens by TKO Round 3.
      • Jeremy's IKF title was retired by IKF on December 27th, 2011 due to inactivity and his retirtent from the ring.
      • Last Update: 12-27-11

  • Junior Herbert
    Bedford England, PKB: 11-7/0, AM KB: 5-3/0, PBX: 1-1/0, 76kg, 6-24-68, Nigel Thompson
    • IKF Pro International Rules England Middleweight Champion
      • Herbert won his IKF Title on April 17th, 2005 in Bedford, England when he defeated Glynn Daniels of Kettering, England by TKO at 36 seconds of round 3.
      • Herbert's title was Retired by the IKF on December 4th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 12-4-13

  • Carlos Brian Hernandez
    Mexico City Mexico, 23-1/14
    • IKF Pro Full Muay Thai Rules Mexico Light Welterweight Champion
      • Hernandez won his IKF Title on November 27th, 2004 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico when he defeated Adalid Mendieta of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico by unanimous decision, 48-46, 49-45 & 49-45.
      • First Defense: March 5th, 2005 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico when he defeated Adalid Mendieta of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico in a rematch by unanimous decision, 49-46, 49-46 and 48-47.
      • Hernandez's title was Retired by the IKF on May 28th, 2014 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 5-28-14

  • Rob Horton
    Liverpool, England, 6-1-1/0, 61kg, 5'7", 10-9-84, Bern Giam
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules England Super Lightweight Champion
      • Rob won his IKF title on November 3rd, 2002 in England when he defeated Mohammid Atik of Northampton, England by majority decision.
      • His title was retired by IKF England FCR Director Colin Payne on 12-11-07.
      • Last Update: 1-10-08.








  • Dave "Lights Out" Horvath
    Winnipeg Manitoba Canada, 31-5-2/11, 152/69kg, 5'9", 1-10-73
    IKF Pro International Rules World Welterweight Title
    • Horvath won his IKF World Title by forfeit on December 15th, 1997 in Tijuana Mexico when his opponent, Ivan Silva of Mexico did not make weight.
    • After winning the title by forfeit, Horvath's camp still wanted to fight after making the long trip from Canada. Although Silva's weight was outside the division weight limit, it was still within a legal spread to have a fight, so IKF allowed ot to go forward as a Title Defense of Horvath. Sadly, Horvath lost the title when Silva stopped him in the first round with a right hand KO. A rematch was talked about but never came about.
    • Horvath fought again for another IKF World title against Danny Steele, the IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Light Welterweight World Title in Fresno, California, USA on July 12th, 1997. However Steel won this bout by TKO at 2:53 of round 2.
    • (Last Update: 6-22-99)



  • Kevin "Hurricane" Hudson
    Lyman, South Carolina, USA 21-5/10, 6'2", 211, 29, 4-29-71, Randy Ballard
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules United States Heavyweight Champion
      • Hudson won his Title By majority decision, 95-95, 97-93 and 97-92, over Lane Collyer on March 16, 2002 in Augusta, Georgia, USA.
      • FIRST DEFENSE: Hudson lost his title on his first title defense against Mark Selbee in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on February 1st, 2003.
      • Last Update: 2-4-03.




  • Julia Halturina
    Kaliningrad, Russia, 33-6-1/10, 162sm, 56kg, 1980, Yury Belousov
    • IKF Pro Women's Muay Thai Rules European Featherweight Champion
      • Halturina won her Title on July 8th, 2000 in Kaliningrad, Russia when she defeated Anna Yakimova of Lituania by decision.
      • Halturina's title was retired by the IKF in January, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 2-4-03.








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  • Duncan Ireland
    Ireland
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules Super Welterweight Commonwealth Champion
    • March 15th, 2008, Glasgow, Scotland, "CALEDONIA FURY": Won by disqualification over Previous Champion Alex Davidson.
    • IKF retired this title due to inactivity on November 25th, 2013.
    • Last update, November 25th, 2013.




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  • Chris James
    Bridgwater, England, 10-9-1, 77kg, 6'2", 7-29-86, Arthur Meek
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Super Middle English Champion
    • November 26th, 2011, Bridgwater, England: Won title by forfeit when Liam Cullen was a "NO SHOW".
    • IKF retired this title when James won the next title up, the IKF Pro FCR British Super Middleweight Title on February 23rd, 2013 in Bridgwater, England.
    • Last update, February 26th, 2013.

  • Chris James
    Bridgwater, England, 14-8-3, 75.4kg, 6'1", 7-29-86, Arthur Meek
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Southern Area Light Heavyweight Champion
    • April 28th, 2012, Bridgwater, England: Defeated Matt Martin of Weston, England, 6-5-2 by unanimous decision 59-55, 59-56, 60-54.
    • James retired this title to move back down in weight where he won the IKF Professional FCR British Super Middleweight Title on July 20th, 2013 in Bridgwater, England.
    • Last update, September 25th 2013.

  • Dean James
    England
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Commonwealth Champion.
    • Defeated Ranjit Dheer by majority decision.
    • Nigel Thompson's Thai Show", Bedford, England - April 23rd.
    • Former IKF European Representative Alby Bimpson retired Dean James title in 2006.
    • Bimpson had never informed IKF what weightclass this title was in.
    • Last update, April, 2008.



  • Saekson Janjira
    North Hollywood, CA, USA, David Krapes
    IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules World Lightweight Title
    • Saekson was the First ever IKF Pro Muay Thai World Champion. He won the title giving one of the most devastating beatings to a fighter the IKF has ever seen as he destroyed John "The Iceman" Adams of Bakersfield, CA, USA with a dynamic leg kick attack! He won the vacant IKF Pro World Lightweight title with a KO at 1:20 of round 2. This bout was at Table Mountain Casino in Friat CA, USA on June 25th, 1994.
    • Video Clip of Part of Adams Bout.
    • PHOTO
    • Saekson continued to hold the IKF World Title until he retired from fighting in 1997. He was NEVER challenged for his title, probably from the beating he gave Adams which is still talked about to this day.
    • Saekson was a 6 Time Undefeated World Champion with Over 200 Professional fights.
    • Last Update: 7-12-11.




  • Bill Jardine
    Mondovi, Wisconsin, USA, PK: 5-2/3, AK: 17-3/3, 186, 6'3", 27, 9-22-77, Mike Lind
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Rules North Central (USA) Regional Light Cruiserweight Champion.
      • October 15th, 2010, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA, "Rumble In The Valley": Defeated Roger Streeter by TKO at 1:36 of round 1.
      • Jardine's title was retired in January, 2012 when the IKF was informed he had retired.
      • Last Update: 1-18-12.

  • Bill Jardine
    Mondovi, Wisconsin, USA, PK: 5-2/3, AK: 17-3/3, 186, 6'3", 27, 9-22-77, Mike Lind
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Rules North Central (USA) Regional Cruiserweight Champion.
      • October 23rd, 2009, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA, "Rumble In The Valley": Defeated T.J. Gibson by Unanimous Decision.
      • Jardine's title was retired in January, 2012 when the IKF was informed he had retired.
      • Last Update: 1-18-12.



  • Jason Jillian
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 29-8-1/14, 6', 152, 4-23-71, Mike Miles
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules North American Super Welterweight Champion.
      • Jillian won his title on April 7th, 2001 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA when he defeated James Cook of San Francisco, California, USA by unanimous decision, 49-46, 48-47 and 50-46.
      • Jillian's title was retired when he retired in 2005.
      • Last Update: 6-15-05.


  • Garnet "CHILL" John
    Brighton, England, PRO KB: 24-0/2, AM KB: 13-2/1, 5'7", 61.9kg, 22, 8-11-77, Steve Gosden
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Super Lightweight World Champion.
      • John won his Title against Jose' Peres of Lisbon, Portugal (42 wins, 7 Loses and 24 T/KO's, 29) in Brighton, England on April 21st, 2000 by Technical Decision, 20-16, 20-16, 20-15. - See April 2000 News Here for explination.
      • John Voluntarily retired his title to focus on Pro Boxing in 2001.
      • Last Update: 7-31-01.


  • Steven Jones
    Manchester, England, 6-2/0, Pele Nathan
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules England Middleweight Champion.
      • Jones won his title on April 18th, 2004 in Bedford, England when he defeated Narginder Gill of Bedford, England by unanimous decision.
      • IKF never received additional info on Jones (Need Height, Weight, Date of Birth & Contact Info) from former IKF Europe director Alby Bimpson.
      • IKF retired his title on September 21st, 2010 since they could not contact him for any defense - This after having the "REQUEST" to send IKF his contact info since being ranked back in 2004 and up to September 21st, 2010, no additional updates were ever received by Jones or Bimpson.
      • Last Update: 9-21-10.



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  • George Katsimpas
    Weston Warriors, England
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules European Middleweight Champion.
      • Katsimpas won his title on July 31st, 2005, Weston Super Mare England: Defeated Gena Thachena of Belarus by Unanimous decision.
      • Katsimpas' retirement was announced by Alby Bimpson of IKF England on December 5th, 2006.
      • Last Update: 12-5-2006.

  • Michael Kelly
    Peculiar, Missouri, USA, Jeff Ladwig
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Super Lightweight Midwest Champion.
      • April 28th, 2005, Grain Valley, Missouri, USA: Defeated Dillion Crushhorn of Waynsville, Missouri, USA by TKO at 1:24 of round 7.
      • Kelly's IKF Midwest title was retired when he won a larger IKF title, the IKF United States Super Lightweight Title on February 1st, 2006 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA when he defeated Dillion Crushhorn of St Louis, Missouri, USA by TKO at :30 of round nine.
      • Last Update: 6-21-07.

  • Julie Kitchen
    Penzance, Cornwall, England, 52-9-0-1, 62kg, 5'10", 4-19-77, Nathan Kitchen
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Women's Super Lightweight World Champion
      • Julie won this IKF title on May 9th, 2010, Cornwall, England, Fightsport Promotions / Touchgloves "Fast & Furious" when she defeated Claire Haig by split decision, 50-47, 48-47, 48-49. - PHOTO
      • Julie's title was retired after she retired from competition. (2013)
        • She was a 14 Time World Champion.
        • She was also an IKF Amateur British Champion.
      • PHOTO
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      • INFO
      • Last Update: 5-6-14.



  • Jamie Knox
    Leicester, England, 48-4-2/, 61kg, 5'9", 6-4-77, Mark Barlow
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules Light Welterweight World Champion.
      • Knox won his title on November 11th, 2006 when he defeated Robert Burke of Scotland by unanimous decision.
      • The IKF retired Knox's Title when they discovered on the meltonassassins.co.uk web site that he is retired. This was also reconfirmed in a 2007 Pres Release that stated, "We have four new Assassin fighters on show, while Jamie Knox faces his last bout after deciding to hang his gloves up after 43 fights."
      • Last Update: 5-12-11


  • Jamie Knox
    Leicester, England, 48-4-2/, 61kg, 5'9", 6-4-77, Mark Barlow
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules Super Lightweight European Champion.
      • Knox won his title on November 16th, 2002 in Melton Mowbray, England when he defeated Viktor Czako, Hungary by TKO round 2. Corner threw towell in.
      • The IKF retired Knox's Title when they discovered on the meltonassassins.co.uk web site that he is retired. This was also reconfirmed in a 2007 Pres Release that stated, "We have four new Assassin fighters on show, while Jamie Knox faces his last bout after deciding to hang his gloves up after 43 fights."
      • Last Update: 5-12-11




  • Savit Kohli (Right)
    England
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Southern Area Title Belt
      • Defeated Mindy Paul by a majority decision.
      • "Nigel Thompson's Thai Show", Bedford, England - April 23rd.
      • Former IKF European Representative Alby Bimpson retired Savit Kohli's title in 2006.
      • Bimpson had never informed IKF what weightclass this title was in.
      • Last update, April, 2008.



  • Kongnapa (Kongnapa Lumpa - Noppodal Lumpa / Kongnapa Watcharawit)
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA via Thailand
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Junior Middleweight World Champion.
      • Kongnapa won his title on October 24, 1998 with a first round KO over Ryan Jones of Winnipage, Manitoba, Canada.
      • First Defense: February 26th, 2000, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA: Defeated Dimitri Shakuta of Minsk Belarus by Majority decision, 48-46, 48-46 and 47-47.
      • Kongnapa Trainer Duke Roufus Retired his Title on May 10th, 2000. 103 Pro Wins, 10 loses, 6 draws with 51 KO/TKO's, 5'8", 154 lbs, 31 years old ( 3-2-68).
        • (*) However, Kongnapa later told the IKF that he never retired but due to Roufus' call, his title was vacated and won by someone else.
      • On November 10th, 2000 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA Kongnapa won back his IKF MuayThai World Title when he defeated Pedro Villalobos of Atlanta, Georgia, USA by KO at 1:54 of round 2.
      • Kongnapa's title was retired in 2005 when he informed the IKF he was no longer fighting.
      • Last Update: 2-05.



  • Richard Kostuck
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, 22-9/6, 5'6", 140, Duke Roufus
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Intercontinental Light Welterweight Champion
      • Kostuck won his title on December 4th, 1998 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA when he defeated Sakasem of Indianapolis, Indiana, USA by unanimous decision, 49-46, 48-47 and 49-46.
      • Kostuck title was retired by the IKF when he retired.
      • Last Update: 6-15-05.



  • Khunpon (Surapon Dechkampu) (Right)
    Atlanta, Georgia via Thailand, 188-31-10/?, 5'8", 147, 6-30-70, Self
    • IKF Pro FULL Muay Thai Rules Welterweight World Champion
      • Khunpon won his title on December 15th, 1997 when he defeated John Adams of San Dimas, CA USA by KO at 2:23 of round 1 in Tijuana Mexico.
      • MAY 30th, 1998, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA: Khunpon successfully defended his IKF World Title when he defeated Kongnapa of Thailand by KO 1:21 of round 3, Right elbow to the jaw.
      • SEPTEMBER 1998: Milwaukee Wisconsin, USA: Khunpon successfully defended his IKF World Title when he defeated Mark Borgoeis of Canada at 1:56 of the scheduled 3 minute round 2 by TKO due to leg kicks.
      • Khunpon voluntarily retired his title on July 16th, 2009 when he made it known to the IKF that he was no longer fighting at this weight, and was getting more into Promoting events in Atlanta Georgia.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 7-16-09.





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  • "MEAN" Mike LaBree
    Cable, Wisconsin, USA, 51-2/40, 6'4", 217
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Super Heavyweight World Champion.
      • LaBree won his title on May 15th, 1999 in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA, when he defeated Kevin Rosier. (of Buffalo, New York, USA, 36-5 with 36 KO's) At 26 seconds into round 10, LaBree caught Rosier with a short left to the head and Rosier went down to his knees and the bout was stopped.
      • Labree defended his title in his retirement bout on February 3rd, 2001 in Hayward, Wisconsin. He won with a 3rd round TKO over #1 contender, George Randolph of Glenville, West Virginia, USA.
      • After defeating the #1 contender by TKO in the 3rd round on February 3rd, 2001, Labree Voluntarily Retired his title and from kickboxing at the age of 38.
      • "Its been great watching you fight through the years, Mike." said Event Promoter Tom Sullivan. "I think I speak for everyone in the Kickboxing industry when I say "Long Life and Happy Retirement to one of the sports greatest warriors". --- "We too at the IKF would like to thank Mike for being a true Champion both In and Out of the ring." said IKF President Steve Fossum. "We just hope we can replace such a Champion with another "CLASS ACT" in the Super Heavyweight Division."
      • In September, 2007, LaBree came out of retirement and knocked out Milwaukee's Horace "The Real Deal" Croft in the third round of a scheduled seven-round main event. This fight was LaBree's second since ending a five-year retirement.
      • Labree has announced he wants a shot at another Kickboxing title, but no formal plans have been made as of this posting.
      • Last Update: 12-24-07.

  • Mehdi Lacombe
    France, 26-2, AK: 35-5-3, 76.8kg, 6'2" 03-2-84
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules European Super Middleweight Champion
      • Grant won his title on March 20th, 2010 in Purfleet, England when he defeated Reece Rowell by unanimous decision, 98-96, 97-95, 98-94.
      • It has not been confirmed by IKF Europe why he no longer holds this title.
      • Last Update: 4-16-12

  • Ole Laursen
    Copenhagen, Denmark, 34-20/10, A: 5-1/5, MMA: 4-2, 160, 5'9", 8-21-77, Self
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules European Light Middleweight Champion
      • Laursen won his title on June 29th, 2000 in St. Helens England when he defeated Eval Denton of Walsall, England by unanimous decision.
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      • IKF Retired his title on May 28th, 2014 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 5-28-14


  • Grant 'Lethal' Lawley
    Birmingham, England, 5-2-1/1, 68.9, 5'10", 10-31-79, Kash Gill
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Super Welterweight British Champion
      • Grant won his title on February 5th, 2005 in Liverpool, England when he defeated Rob Houghton of Liverpool, England by unanimous decision.
      • Grant's title was retired when the IKF was informed he had retired on December 11th, 2007.
      • Last Update: 1-10-08.


  • Raul Llopis
    Davie, Florida, USA, 33-7/19, Pro Boxing: 4-9-3/1, 132, 5'10", 1-4-69
    • IKF Pro International Rules Super Lightweight Champion
      • Llopis won his title on December 18th, 1999, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, USA: *Defeated John Washington of Bakersfield, California, USA by TKO in the 4th round.
        • (*) The week of the fight, Washington asked to pull out of the bout because he came down with the flue. However, after speaking to his trainer and the IKF, he agreed to keep his commitment to save the event. Due to the special circumstances the IKF informed the promoter, JoJo Rashawans, that if Washington didn't win, he would be granted a mandatory rematch. Also, due to the special circumstances of this bout, the IKF informed the promoter they would not charge the title bout sanctioning fee to the promoter who hosts the bout. All involved agreed. However, since the win, Raul's past Promoter & Trainer, JoJo Rashawans never kept his promise and no rematch was ever attempted. In 2002, Llopis left Rashawans and moved under the leadrship of Ryan Blackorby.
      • Llopis's title was retired by the IKF when they were informed he had retired from kickboxing.
      • Last Update: 12-27-11

  • Erik Lloyd
    Swanley, England, NEED RECORD, 82kg, 6', 6-26-79, Semtex Gym
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules Light Cruiserweight European Champion
      • Lloyd won his title on November 11th, 2006, Swanley, England: Defeated Aurelius Kerpe by Unanimous decision.
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      • Lloyd's title was retired on May 28th, 2014 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 5-28-14


  • Adolfo Lozano ( Lopez )
    Puerta Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico, 15-4/5, 5'8", 74.2kg, 162, 12-18-73.
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Mexico National Middleweight Champion.
      • Lozano won his title on October 6th, 2001 in Puerta Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico when he Defeated Enrique Cuellar of Aguascalientes St., Mexico, by TKO (excessive blood from nose) at 2:05 of round 5.
      • Lozano retired his "National" title when he won the World Title on November 27th, 2004 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
      • Last Update: 2-7-05.

  • Adolfo Lozano ( Lopez )
    Puerta Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico 15-4/5, 5'8", 74.2kg, 162, 12-18-73
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Middleweight World Champion - PHOTO.
      • Adolfo won his title on November 27th, 2004, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico when he defeated Jeremy Harminson of Lerna, Illinois, USA by Medical TKO at end of round 2. Adolfo split open Harminson's forehead with a vicious overhead elbow strike. Elbows were legal in this bout. The Ringside Doctor ruled the cut was too deep to allow Harminson to continue.
      • Adolfo retired his IKF Title on September 13, 2005 after he determined a knee injury would not allow him to fight again to defend his title.
      • Last Update: 9-20-05.





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  • Ryan "The Lion" Madigan
    Akron, Ohio, USA, Pro: 8-2/3, AM: 18-2/7, Pro TEAM: 5-2, Pro MMA: 5-3, 170, 6', 4-2-77
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules Super Middleweight East Coast USA Champion
      • Madigan won his title on August 25th, 2002 in Akron, Ohio, USA when he defeated Kevin Hobbs of Phelps, New York, USA by TKO when Hobbs refused to answer the bell for the second round.
      • Madigan's title was retired on May 28th, 2014 due to inactivity.
      • Ryan Madigan Web
      • Last Update: 5-28-14

  • Songkla "The Superstar" Magesticgym
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA via Thailand, Duke Roufus
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules World Lightweight Champion.
      • Songkla Magesticgym won his title on May 1st, 1999, when he defeated Sakasem Kathawong, the former Lumpini Stadium contender who was fighting out of Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
      • Magesticgym title was Retired by his trainer Duke Roufus on December 22nd, 1999. With a record of 77-25-3/21, he simply wanted to stop fighting. He now lives in Bangkok, Thailand.
      • Last Update: 12-22-99.


  • Sean Mallett
    Brighton, England, 14-6-2/5, 5'7", 62.2 kg, 7-10-73, Steve Gosden
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Light Welterweight British Champion.
      • Sean won his title on April 21st, 2000 in Brighton, England when he defeated Chris Long of Swinden, England by unanimous decision, 69-65, 69-68 and 69-67.
      • Sean's title was retired on December 11th, 2007 by IKF European Director Colin Payne due to being retired.
      • Last update: 1-10-08.



  • Dave "Madman" Marinoble
    Roseville, CA, USA, 17-2-2/8, 5'11", 164, 9-17-68
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Middleweight World Champion.
      • Marinoble won his Title on July 28th, 2001 when he defeated former Champion Tommy Kimber by TKO at 1:08 of the 8th round in Kuala Limpur MALAYSIA at the Shah Alam Stadium.
      • Marinoble Officially retired his title and from fighting on October 2nd, 2004.
      • Last Update: 10-2-04.


  • Dave "Madman" Marinoble
    Roseville, California, USA, 17-2-2/8, 5'11", 170, 9-17-68.
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules North American Middleweight Champion.
      • Marinoble won hir title against Thomas Downing of Windsor, Ontario, Canada by TKO at 1:04 of Round 3 on December 17th, 1999 in Redding, California, USA.
      • After Marinoble told the IKF he had no desire to move up in weight to defend this title the IKF Retired him from it on July 1st, 2004.
      • Last Update: 7-1-04.



  • Dave "Madman" Marinoble
    Roseville, CA, USA, 16-0-2/8, 5'11", 170, 30, 9-17-68, Greg Kirkpatrick
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules United States Middleweight Champion.
      • Marinoble won his first Pro IKF Title, The IKF Middleweight United States Full Contact Rules Title on March 20th, 1999 in Vacaville, CA, USA when he defeated Larry Jarret (34-4 with 14 KO's) of Florida, USA. Marinoble won by unanimous decision, 100-88, 100-88 and 98-90.
      • On on July 28th, 2001 in Kuala Limpur MALAYSIA at the Shah Alam Stadium, Marinoble defeated former IKF Middleweight World Champion Tommy Kimber by TKO at 1:08 of the 8th round making Marinoble the new IKF Middleweight World Champion, thus this U.S. Title he won was vacated.
      • Last Update: 8-14-02.






  • Nat McIntyre
    Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, PKB: 4-2/0, AKB: 11-2/3, 5'8", 132, 07-03-1972, Greg Nelson
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules United States Lightweight Champion
      • McIntyre won his title on June 11th, 2005 in Peoria, Illinois, USA when he defeated Raul Llopis by split decision at the 2005 IKF North Central MTR/IR Region Tournament as a special Pro feature bout.
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      • The IKF Retired his title on May 28th, 2014 due to inactivity.
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      • Last Update: 5-28-14

  • Greg Mead
    Northampton, England
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Super Welterweight British Champion
      • Mead won his title on November 3rd, 2002, in England when he defeated Darren Forrest of Rugby, England by unanimous decision.
      • Meads title was retired in January 2005.
      • Last Update: 5-9-05.


  • Oscar Montano
    Surprise, Arizona, USA, PK" 5-0/3, AK: 9-5/4, 174, 6'3", 12-22-73, Self
    • IKF Pro International Rules Arizona State Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Montano won his title on August 3rd, 2004 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA when he defeated Christopher Terry by TKO round 3. Corner threw in towel.
      • Montano's title was retired by the IKF on December 4th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 12-4-2013

  • Mario Monteiro
    Portugal, 73kg
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules European Middleweight Champion
      • Monteiro won his title on February 28th in Viseu, Portugal when he defeated Philip Herridge (Of England, 74.5 kg) by Technical Stoppage due to knee Injury. Herridge's camp threw in the towel at :30 seconds of round 6.
      • Due to the negative issues surrounding this bout (See News Story Here) a rematch was to take place in England. however, for unknown reasons, the rematch never occured.
      • Having never been challenged for the title, Monteiro's title was retired by the IKF on December 12th, 2009 when the IKF realized he was no longer fighting.
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      • Last Update: 4-12-14


  • Craig Monyelle
    Beloit, Wisconsin, USA, 25-4/14, 5'4", 118, 7-21-63, Pete Hetrick
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules US Bantamweight Champion.
      • Monyelle won his IKF Title on February 12th, 2000 in Rockford, Illinois, USA against Dan Seiwerth. The fight was stopped by the doctor in the 2nd round in fear that Seiwerth had a broken arm. After the bout, Monyelle offered Seiwerth a rematch. Seiwerth, who won two of their previous matches accepted the challenge but no promoter ever made it happened.
      • Having never fought the planned rematch against Dan Seiwerth, Monyelle retired his title on May 14th, 2005.
      • Last Update: 6-15-05.



  • Kellie Morse
    Brookfield, Masschusettes, USA, KB: 9-1/2, BX: 6-0/0, 5'10", 135, Charlie Morse
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules US Woman's Super Lightweight Champion.
      • Morse won her IKF Title on May 14th, 1999 in Lowell Massachusetts, USA when she defeated Christina Rondeau by Split decision, 60-54, 60-54 and 56-58. The scheduled ten-round bout was shortened to six rounds to accommodate a PPV schedule.
      • 5-27-08: Morse had never kept up her stats with the IKF and never fought for the IKF after winning her title. After many unsuccessful attempts to try to attain a contact number for Morse or her trainer, the IKF retired her title.





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  • Muzammal 'Abu Zayd' Nawaz
    Burlington, Ontario, Canada PK: 21-7-2/12, AK: Over 100 bouts, 159, 5'10", 10-5-68, Self
    IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Light Middleweight World Champion
    • Saturday, October 17th, 2009, Kick Axe Promotions, Ontario, Canada: Won Title by Forfeit when Champion Anthony Bartinelli failed to make weight.
      Defending Champion Bartinelli failed to make the mandatory weight of 159 lbs, weighing in at 161.68.
      HOWEVER: These two still fought as the scheduled 12 round bout and Nawaz won the bout by unanimous decision, 115-113, 117-110 and 116-111.
    • FIRST DEFENSE: Saturday, October 1st, 2011, London, Ontario, Canada: Nawaz lost his World Title to number 1 challenger Shannon Hudson by TKO at end of round 6.
    • Last Update: 10-3-11.

  • Ingolf Nelson (Ingoff Neilson)
    Newcastle, England
    IKF Pro Full Contact Rules European Light Middleweight Champion
    • April 16th, 2000, Coventry England: Defeated Vinnie Di Russico by TKO in round 4 when Di Russico stopped the bout himself after realizing the severity of a cut he just received above his right eye.
    • Frst Defense: On June 11th, 2005 in Paisley, Glasgow, Scotland Nelson lost his title to Kris Carslaw of Paisley, Scotland by TKO at1:20 of round 3.
    • Last Update: 6-19-2005



  • Mike "Tension" Nevitt
    Sycamore, Illinois, USA
    25-0/11, Pro Boxing: 16-1/5, AKB: 27-2/17, 185, 5'11", 5-10-71
    IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Light Cruiserweight WORLD CHAMPION
    • WON TITLE: November 30th, 2002, in Rockford, Illinois, USA: Defeated James Watling of England by unanimous decision 118-111, 118-110 and 118-111.
    • FIRST DEFENSE: March 5th, 2005, Rockford, Illinois, USA: Defeated James Watling of England in a Rematch by unanimous decision 119 - 108, 116 - 111 and 119 - 113.
    • IKF Retired Mr. Nevitt's title on May 8th, 2009. This decision was based upon e-mails that were between the IKF and Mr. Nevitt back in December of 2008. At the time, Mr. Nevitt had been making very good money as a Pro Boxer.
      However, someone wanted to challenge him for his IKF Title. An e-mail was sent to Mr. Nevitt that stated, "What are you asking to defend your title? Or If no one can pay it, would you consider retiring the title since you are making so much more in Pro boxing?" In which he replied, "No less than $10,000. Thank you and have a nice day! " From this the IKF replied, "Well, That sums it up Mike. No Pro Kickboxing promoters doing FCR Rules has that kind of $$, and none are making that from their gate to sponsorship. The $$ just are not there. That being said, Can we agree to retire your title based on the fact that you are doing so well in Pro boxing, that you are going to continue down that line then?" Mr. Nevitt replied on Tuesday, December 16, 2008, "Sure, I haven't even gotten an offer in 3 years. Kickboxing is a thing of the past. It's really to bad, for my true love will always be hands and feet. So whatever you feel fit for my title is up to you. Take care. Thank you and have a nice day! Mike Nevitt mybulldogjack@aol.com (312)718-1072."
      We wish Mr. Nevitt great success in his Pro Boxing Career.
    • Last Update: 5-8-09


  • Manu Ntoh
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 26-13-1/17, Pro Boxing: 17-20-1/9, 5'7", 178, 5-11-68, Team Jacare, Alliance Martial Arts Center
    IKF Pro Full Muay Thai Rules Light Heavyweight WORLD CHAMPION
    • Ntoh won his IKF World Title on June 20th, 2008 in Montego Bay, Jamaica when he defeated Vicente Vielvoye of Holland, by TKO-Injury at 2:39 of round 1. Dislocated knee
    • IKF Retired his title due to inactivity on May 28th, 2014.
    • Last Update: 5-28-14


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  • Rudi Ott
    San Jose, California, USA via Boston, Massachusetts, USA
    IKF San Shou Rules Intercontinental Middleweight Champion
    • December 15th, 2001, San Jose, California, USA: Defeated Peter Kaljevic of New York City, New York, USA via Montenegro, Yugoslavia by unanimous decision.
    • Ott's Pro Intercontinental title was retired when he won the IKF Pro San Shou World Middleweight Title on August 31st, 2002 at Win-River Casino in Redding, CA, USA.
    • Rudi Ott Info: www.unlimitedmma.com and www.crossfitunlimited.com
    • Last Update: 3-29-09



  • Rudi Ott
    San Jose, California, USA via Boston, Massachusetts, USA
    IKF San Shou Rules United States Middleweight Champion
    • March 20th, 1999, Vallejo, California, USA: Defeated Cary Nathan by KO at 1:45 of the 3rd round.
    • Ott's Pro United States title was retired when he won the IKF Pro San Shou Intercontinental Middleweight Title on December 15th, 2001.
    • Rudi Ott Info: www.unlimitedmma.com and www.crossfitunlimited.com
    • Last Update: 3-29-09

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  • Cesar "El Mego" Palomera
    Puerto Vallarta, México, 15-0-1, 62kg, 1.7, 4-25-78, Adalio Mundieto
    • IKF Pro Full Muay Thai Rules Mexico Welterweight Champion
      • Palomera won his IKF title on March 5th, 2005 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico when he defeated Gerardo Ramirez of México, D. F. by unanimous decision, 48-47, 48-47 & 50-46.
      • IKF Retired his title on May 28th, 2014.
      • He currently holds the IKF World (FMTR) and Mexico (MMTR) Title At Super Lightweight.
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      • Last Update: 5-28-2014

  • Alexey "The Diamond" Pekarchik
    Alexei Pekarchyk
    Minsk, Belarus, 66-6/24, 160cm, 125, 57kg, 12-31-82, Evgeni Dobrotvorski Kotelnikov
    • IKF Pro Full Muay Thai Rules Intercontinental Featherweight Champion
      • Pekarchyk won his IKF title on July 29th, 2000 in Novosibirsk, Russia when he defeated Karuhart Sor Supavanwin of Thailand by KO with a left hook in the 2nd round.
      • On 9-17-03, his trainer retired his title.
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      • Last Update: 9-20-2013

  • Luis "Cobra" Perez
    Mexico City, Mexico, 60kg
    • IKF Pro Full MuayThai Rules Mexico Super Lightweight Champion
      • Perez won his IKF Title on March 4th, 2009 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico when he defeated Carlos Solorio of Puerto Vallarta in a very close split decision.
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      • The IKF Retired Perez' title on May 28th, 2014 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 5-28-14

  • Phil Petit
    Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, AM & PRO: 15-5/11, 6', 178, 11-30-72, Vincent Jauncey
    • IKF Pro MuayThai Rules Light Cruiserweight North American Champion
      • October 24th, 1998 in Milwaukee Wisconsin, USA: Defeated Kevin McMullen of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
      • Defense: February 6th, 1999 in Milwaukee Wisconsin, USA: Again defeated Kevin McMullen of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA when McMullen's corner stopped the bout at the break of the 2nd and 3rd round
      • On 2-17-08, Petit's former manager Mike Miles informed IKF he had retired some time ago.
      • Last Update: 2-17-08.

  • Kurt Podany
    Omaha, Nebraska, USA, Mick Doyle
    • IKF Pro MuayThai Rules Cruiserweight United States Champion
      • Podany won this IKF Title on April 11th, 1998 with a first round KO at 1:31 of round 1 over Abreham Namery of Brooklyn, New York, USA.
      • Due to a neck injury, Podany decided he could no longer fight MuayThai Rules and retired both his IKF MuayThai titles in April, 2000.
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      • Last Update: 12-9-2004

  • Kurt Podany
    Omaha, Nebraska, USA, Mick Doyle
    • IKF Pro MuayThai Rules Light Cruiserweight World Champion
      • Podany won his SECOND Pro IKF Title on July 10th, 1998 by TKO at 1:41 of the 4th round when his opponent, IKF US Light Cruiserweight Muay Thai Champion, Kwame Stephens of Carbondale Illinois, USA, injured his foot in the bout and couldn't continue.
      • Due to a neck injury, Podany decided he could no longer fight MuayThai Rules and retired both his IKF MuayThai titles in April, 2000. He is currently ranked in the International Rules division.
      • In 2002, Podany suffered a gunshot wound to his stomach. Full details are unknown. From this injury he was forced to retire from Muay Thai & Kickboxing and is living in Omaha Nebraska and runs a successful gym.
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      • Last Update: 5-15-02.





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  • Eric "The Hitman" Regan
    Citrus Heights, California, USA, Am & Pro KB: 24-0/22, Pro Boxing: 26-2/17, 6'4", 163, 2-7-76
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules North American Middleweight Champion
      • Regan won this title on May 1st, 1998 in Sacramento, California, USA when he defeated Hector Torres of South Lake Tahoe, CA, USA by TKO as Torres bowed out of the bout at the break of round 7 and 8.
      • Regan's title was retired by the IKF when he and his trainer, Nasser Niavaroni announced he would only be doing pro Boxing.
      • Although he had planned to kickbox again in 2006, he never did.
      • Last Update: 1-2-2008

  • Gareth Richards
    Birmingham, England , 90kg, STATS TBA, Steve Logan
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules Super Cruiserweight England Champion
      • Richards' won his title on November 24th, 2007 in Birmingham, England when he defeated Scott Hamilton.
      • The IKF Retired Richards' title on May 28th, 2014 due to inactivity.
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      • Last Update: 12-4-2013

  • Jeff Robinson
    Kansas City, Kansas, USA, PKB: 13-3/10, Pro Boxing: 0-2/0, A: 5-0/5, 178, 6'1", Steve Mackey & Jack Craig
    • IKF Pro International Rules Central U.S. Regional Light Heavyweight Champion
      • Robinson won his title on January 29th, 2003 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA when he defeated Pete Crowdin of Paris Arkansas, USA by TKO at 1:35 of round 3.
      • The IKF Retired Robinson title on December 4th, 2013 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 12-4-2013

  • Reece Rowell
    Essex, England, Pro 8-2, Am 0-2 77.7kg, 5'10", 11-05-89, Steve Kerridge
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Super Middleweight British Champion
      • Rowell won his title on July 24th, 2010 in Essex, England, Kickin' Promotions's "Bulls On Parade 2" when he defeated James Wallis, Swansea Wales, 12-5-1 by Majority Decision 97-93, 96-96, 97-95.
      • The IKF Retired Rowell title on 3-3-2011 when they were informed he could no longer make the required weight cut to defend the title.
      • Last Update: 3-3-2011


  • Miguel Reyes
    Tijauana, Baja CA, Mexico, 28-9/16, 5'7", 150, 10-1-66
    • IKF Pro International Rules North American Super Welterweight Champion
      • Reyes won his title on March 9th, 2002 in Tijuana, Mexico when he defeated David Morrow, Moreno Valley, California, USA by unanimous decision, 49-43, 48-44 and 49-43.
      • The IKF Retired Reyes' title when they were aware he had retired from kickboxing in 2005.
      • Last Update: 6-15-05.


  • Wullie Robbie
    Glasgow, Scotland, 9-1/9, 5'10", 160, 7-24-70, Jan Cree
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Scottish Super Middleweight Champion.
      • Wullie won his title on February 27th, 1999 in Scotland when he defeated Darren Moir by TKO in round 3.
      • IKF Retired his title when they were informed on December 11th, 2007 that he had retired.
      • Last Update: 1-10-08.


  • Jason "Quiet Riot" Robinson
    Broadview, Illinois, USA, PRO KB: 16-0/8, AM KB: 42-1, 6'2", 187
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules U.S. Cruiserweight Champion.
      • Robinson won his title by forfeit when his opponent Herald "The Flame" Givens was a no show at the event.
      • The IKF retired Robinson's title on 10-27-03. The IKF had tried several times to contact Robinson to defend his title but there was never any reply.
      • Last Update: 10-27-03


  • Nick Rondinelli
    London, Ontario, Canada, 17-7/8, 179, 5'9", 1-19-77, Shawn Tompkins
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Canadian Light Heavyweight Champion.
      • Rondinelli won his title on June 26th, 2004, Grande Portage, Minnesota, USA when he defeated Jeremy Pearson of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada by split decision, 96-94, 96-93 & 94-96.
      • The IKF retired Rondinelli title on 9-21-10 after several failed attempts to contact him thru his trainer to see if he was even active as a fighter any longer.
      • Last Update: 9-21-10

  • Peyton "The Artist" Russell
    Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, PK: 4-2/1, AK: 36-6/9, AB: 3-3/0, 177, 6', 9-11-69, Self
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Light Heavyweight United States Champion
      • Russell won his IKF Title on Friday, May 1st, 2009 at the Plaza Hotel in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA: Defeated Bill Jardine of Mondovi, Wisconsin, USA by split decision 97-93, 96-94 and 94-95.
      • The IKF retired Russell's title on 8-12-13 after it was discovered on the Cellar Gym fighters page that he is now retired.Cell
      • As an Amateur fighter Peyton won the IKF USA National Tournament 2 times. 2001 and 2002.
      • Peyton also won the 2002 IKF North American Tournament.
      • Last Update: 8-12-13

  • Jeff "DUKE" Roufus
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules World Super Heavyweight Title
      • Roufus won his IKF Title on December 4th, 1998 in Milwaukee Wisconsin, USA over Hiriwa TeRangi of New Zealand unanimous decision 50-43 on all 3 judges cards.
      • On March 19th, 1999 in Milwaukee Wisconsin, USA in his only defense of the title, Roufus quieted all the critics by starting hard and fast and then landed the "A Bomb" on Australia's WKA World Champion Grant "The Bomber" Barker. In a combination which included a leg kick, 2 knees to Barker's head and finished with a high head kick, Roufus only took 39 seconds to Knockout the Australian in the opening round of the scheduled 5 round Muay Thai bout.
        • Roufus Voluntarily vacated his Super Heavyweight Title to move DOWN to the Heavyweight Muay Thai Division. He later retired.
        • However, at the end of October, 2000, Roufus announced he would come out of retirement to fight in the K-1 USA. He lost his second round bout in the May, 2001 K-1 USA and his opening round bout in the August K-1 USA.
        • On December 11th, 2002 Roufus made his retirement official due to his busy schedule with promoting his own events and other work. His final fight record was 36-8-1/26 and in pro boxing he was 2-0/1.
        • Surprise again... On June 3rd, 2005 Roufus came back to the ring to fight one more time defeating Sinisa "Thunderman" Andrijasevic of Split, Croatia by unanimous decision, 48-47, 50-45 and 49-46. Aftert this bout he has said he is truly retired... But we will see...
        • Last Update: 5-24-06.



  • Rick "The Jet" Roufus
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Self
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Light Heavyweight World Champion.
      • Roufus became the second IKF Mens PRO CHAMPION and the second IKF Mens Pro World Champion when he defeated Michael McDonald of Vancouver, BC, Canada, by "KO" at :43 seconds of round 1. The bout was at Caesars Tahoe Casino in Tahoe, NV, USA on January 22nd, 1994.
      • Sadly the promoter never bought Rick or Juan Torres their belts for their IKF Titles this night.
      • Rofus' Title was later Transferred to the IKF World Heavyweight International Rules Title. See below for explanation Roufus is still fighting in both Boxing and Kickboxing.
        • Transfer: In 1998, having NEVER been challenged for his title he won in 1992, Roufus made 2 career changing decisions. 1, He moved up in weight class and 2, he "SWITCHED" to Leg Kick / International Rules since he decided he no longer wanted to do Full Contact, above the waist Rules. According to IKF (*) Rules, If an IKF Champion is "NEVER" challenged at the title weight and rules division they have won their title at, for a minimum of 3 years, the champion may move their "TITLE" to a different weight class to seek challenges. This is ONLY possible "IF" the title the champion holds is VACANT and has NEVER been held by ANYONE in the weight class the Champion desires to move to. In addition, if the same desired title is vacant and HAS NEVER been held by ANYONE in a Different Rules Division, and the champion has decided to make a fighting style change, he/she may ALSO change their title to that different Rules Division, again, IF they have NEVER been challenged at the winning weight and division for a minimum of 3 years and AGAIN, the title they are moving to has NEVER been held by Anyone.
        • Roufus did both of these things in 1998. The stipulations though are that the fighter must defend the title within 12 months after being transferred, against an opponent selected by the IKF. If the Champion Does Not defend the new title, they will be switched back to their original title winning position.
        • (*) This Ruling was created for 2 reasons, 1, to help create new IKF champions in different rule divisions and 2, to keep IKF Champions busy rather than stay idle after winning a title. Some fighters, like Roufus, just don't get challenged due to their requested purse, ability etc. Because of this, the title they won may sit unchallenged. By allowing movement, it opens up positions for new champions and as long as the title holder defends their new title, we see NO PROBLEM with this rule.

  • Rick "The Jet" Roufus
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Self
    • IKF Pro International Rules Heavyweight World Champion.
      • Roufus won his title on May 15th, 1999 when he defeated Stan Longinidis (Right) of Boxhill, Victoria, Australia by TKO after Loniginidis suffered a broken bone in his foot at the end of round 9. Roufus was ahead on all 3 judges cards at the time, 89-81, 86-83 and 88-81. The bout was in Lowell Massachusetts, USA
      • On September 29th, 2003 Roufus Officially announced his retirement to the IKF. In his last event, he tore his ACL (Knee). Although he had come back from knee injuries in the past, this time he felt he could not recover from the severity of the injury this time.
      • "As we all know, Rick Roufus was and still is one of the most recognized names in our sport. He has proven himself as a Champion to everyone who follows in his footsteps. He was a true leader in his career and has set the standard for what it takes to be a true WORLD Champion. We will miss his excitement and star power for years to come." IKF President Steve Fossum.
      • Since his announced retirement, roufus has come back and fought "Many" times. His latest quest is in the Mixed Martial Arts Cage.
      • Last Update: 12-24-07








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  • Chad Sawyer
    Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 83-4-1/49, 6', 171, 29
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules North American Light Heavyweight Champion.
      • Sawyer won his title on July 12th, 1997 over Maurice Travis of California, USA at Table Mountain Casino in Fresno, CA by unanimous decision, 48-46, 50-45, 48-46.
      • Sawyer's title was retired in December 0f 2000 by his trainer Mike Miles who announced Chad was switching to boxing full time.
      • Last Update: 12- 28-00.

  • Mark "The Hammer" Selbee
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 18-0/10, 215, 6'5", 33, 3-2-69
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules USA Heavyweight Champion
      • Selbee won his title on February 1, 2003, Atlanta, Georgia, USA when he Defeated previous Champion Kevin Hudson of Greer, South Carolina, USA by Split decision. Judge Ray Thompson scored it 97-89 Selbee. Judge Jim Reneau scored it 96-91 Selbee while judge Sean Wohl scored it 95-94, Hudson.
      • Selbee retired his USA Title when he was awarded the North American Heavyweight Title on October 25th, 2003.
      • Last Update: 10-27-03.

  • Mark "The Hammer" Selbee
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA 22-1/12, AM MMA: 1-0, 224, 6'5", 3-2-69
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules North American Heavyweight Champion
      • Selbee was awarded the title on October 25th, 2003 in Dalton, Georgia, USA by forfeit when his scheduled opponent Dan Lucas split open his forhead in a freak accident at his home the day before their scheduled bout.
      • On his First Defense on April 23rd, 2004 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA Selbee defeated John James by TKO when James did not answer the bell after the 5th round due to a pain/injury in his neck suffered in round 4.
      • Selbee retired his title when he won the IKF Super Heavyweight World Title.
      • Last Update: 10-27-03.

  • Mark "The Hammer" Selbee
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA 22-1/12, AM MMA: 1-0, 224, 6'5", 3-2-69
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Super Heavyweight World Champion
      • Selbee won his title when he Defeated Raoul Doucet of Ontario Canada by TKO - Three Knockdown Rule At 1:09 of round 1 on September 11th, 2004 in Atlanta Georgia, USA.
      • Mark retired this title in October of 2006.
      • Last Update: 11-6-06.


  • Imaran Shah
    London, England, 10-1/0, 52.5kg, 5'5", 11-11-80
    • IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules European Flyweight Champion
      • Shah won his title on April 6th, 2002 in Redding England when he defeated Paulo Di Silver of Crawley, England by by a close points decision.
      • IKF retired his title on May 29th, 2014 due to inactivity.
      • Last Update: 5-28-14

  • Dmitry "The Shock" Shakuta
    Minsk, Belarus, 133-9/58, 186cm, 170, 77kg, 8-7-80, Evgeni Dobrotvorski Kotelnikov
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Welterweight Intercontinental Champion.
      • Shakuta won his title on January, 14th, 2000, Minsk, Belarus when he defeated Fernando Calleros of Albq. New Mexico, USA by unanimous decision.
      • Shakuta's Title was retired by trainer, Evgeni Dobrotvorski Kotelnikov, on 9-17-03. His trainer said he has moved up in weight.
      • Shakuta challenged for the IKF Pro Muay Thai Junior Middleweight World title against Kongnapa on February 26th, 2000 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. Kongnapa defeated Dimitri Shakuta by Majority decision, 48-46, 48-46 and 47-47.
      • Last Update: 9-17-03.

  • Dmitry "The Shock" Shakuta
    Minsk, Belarus, 115-5/22, 186cm, 148, 67.27kg, 8-7-80, Evgeni Dobrotvorski Kotelnikov
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Super Welterweight World Champion.
      • Shakuta won his IKF Title when he defeated Pramuenrit Sithsaeng-a- run of Thailand by KO in Novosibirsk, Russia on June 29th, 2000.
      • Shakuta's Title was retired by trainer, Evgeni Dobrotvorski Kotelnikov, on 9-17-03. His trainer said he has moved up in weight.
      • Last Update: 9-17-03.

  • Larry Sharpe
    Pinefalls, Manitoba, Canada, Pro: 3-0/2, Pro Boxing: 14-3/5, AM: 4-3/2, 6', 168
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Super Middleweight North American Champion
      • October 26th, 2002, Casper Wyoming, USA: Defeated Kwame Stephens of Salt Lake City Utah, USA by unanimous decision.
      • IKF retired Sharpe's title when it was clear he had switched to Pro Boxing and had not kickboxed for 5 years.
      • Last Update: 2-17-08.

  • Visily "Torrero" Shish
    Minsk, Belarus, PRO: 11-2, AM: 60-11, 178cm, 134, 61.3, 8-7-82, Evgeni Dobrotvorski Kotelnikov
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Super Lightweight World Champion.
      • Shish won his IKF world Title when he defeated Richard Kostuck of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA by TKO after Shish cut open Kostuck's forehead with an elbow shot at :38 seconds into round 1 in Minsk Belarus on January 14th, 2000.
      • Shish's Title was retired by trainer, Evgeni Dobrotvorski Kotelnikov, on 9-17-03. His trainer said he has moved up in weight.
      • Last Update: 9-17-03.


  • Ivan Silva
    Tijauana, Baja Ca, Mexico, Miguel Reyes
    IKF Pro International Rules World Welterweight Title
    • Silva Won his Title on December 15th, 1997 in Tijuana Mexico with a first round KO Over Dave Horvath of Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. At weigh-ins Silva did not make weight, so Horvath automatically won the title. However, Horvath's camp wanted this fight to be his first title defense after being declared the champion, and waived the weight difference.
    • Having never been challenged to defend his title, (14-1 with 8 KO's) Silva's trainer (Reyes) retired his title on June 22nd, 1999 after Silva suffered a potentially career ending hand injury while training to defend his title against Danny Steele in Hawaii. (Last Update: 6-22-99)



  • Matt Skelton
    Bedford, England
    57-8/57, Pro Boxing: 22-4/19
    191cm-6'3", 116 kg/256 lbs, 1-27-67
    Nigel Howlett, Eagle Gym
    IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Super Heavyweight World Champion
    • Skelton won his title when he stopped Jeff Ford of Kansas City Missouri, USA at 1:51 of the second round in North Hampton, England on November 26th, 2000.
    • FIRST DEFENSE: Skelton defended his title on November 18th, 2001 in North Hampton England when he defeated Peter Varga of Budapest, Hungary by TKO at 53 seconds of round 3.
    • Having never been challenged to defend his title and having not fought a kickboxing bout since August 2002, Skelton's title was retired by the IKF on September 21st, 2009.
    • Last Update: 9-21-09



  • John Paul Soames
    Kilkenny, Ireland, 33-6/16, 66kg, 5'9", 10-31-81, Dragons Lair Martial Arts&Fitness Center,
    IKF Pro Full Contact Rules European Welterweight Title
    • Soames Won his Title on November 5th, 2006 in Kilkenny City, Ireland when he defeated Simone Akufo of England by unanimous decision.
    • Soames title was retired but IKF is still awaiting complete reason as to why.
    • Last Update: 3-29-11



  • Danny "Hard As" Steele
    Los Angeles, California, USA, via Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 37-15-2/28, 5'7", 138, 4-6-70
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Light Welterweight World Champion
      • Steele won this IKF World Title (one of two) when he defeated Dave Horvath of Winnipeg Manitoba Canada by TKO at 2:53 of round 2 in Fresno, California, USA on July 12th, 1997.
      • After losing by 5th round TKO to Michael Mananquil on October 21st, 2005, Steele announced his retirement.
      • However he returned to the ring in April of 2006 on the K-1 USA undercard, but lost to Fernando Callaros.
      • Last Update: 5-24-06


  • Danny "Hard As" Steele
    Los Angeles, California, USA, via Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 37-15-2/28, 5'7", 138, 4-6-70
    • IKF Pro International Rules Welterweight World Champion
      • Steele won this 2nd IKF World Title when he defeated Miguel Reyes by unanimous decision, 100-88, 98-91 and 99-91 at the Blaisdell Arena in Honolulu Hawaii on July 16th, 1999.
      • After losing by 5th round TKO to Michael Mananquil on October 21st, 2005, Steele announced his retirement.
      • However he returned to the ring in April of 2006 on the K-1 USA undercard, but lost to Fernando Callaros.
      • Last Update: 5-24-06

  • Richard Stellwagon
    St. Charles, Illinois, USA, PRO KB: 9-0/3, AM KB: 18-1/15, 6', 173, 1-29-7.
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules United States Light Heavyweight Champion.
      • Stellwagon won his title on September 11th, 1999, Franklin Park, Illinois, USA when he defeated Manson Gibson by split decision, 77-76, 76-78 and 75-77.
      • Stellwagon's title was retired by the IKF in 2005 when we never got a response about his status. So we determined he was retired.
      • Last Update: 6-15-05.




  • Kwame "The Wicked" Stephens
    Chicago, Illinois, USA
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules United States Light Cruiserweight Champion.
      • Stephens won his title on April 4th, 1998 by Majority decision over Kevin McMullen in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, 48-46, 46-46 & 48-47.
      • Stephens Voluntarily vacated his title on 12-22-99 to move down into the Pro Super Middleweight MTR Division.
      • Last Update: 12-22-99.



  • Jimmy Stewart
    Butler, Pennsylvania, USA, PRO: 15-0/9, Pro Boxing: 3-0/2, AM: 27-5-2/5, 5'10", 154, 10-1-61
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Pennsylvania State Champion.
      • Stewart won his title on January 23rd, 1999, Butler Pennsylvania, USA when he defeated Tim Jones of Erie, Pennsylvania, USA by unanimous decision.
      • His first defense of the title was on July 16th, 1999, Butler Pennsylvania, USA In a re-match, Stewart defeated Tim Jones by unanimous decision.
      • His second defense was on April 15th, 2000, Butler Pennsylvania, USA: Defeated Mike Holleran by TKO at 1:20 into the second round.
      • Stewart won the IKF Pro FCR Super Welterweight World Title on October 6th, 2004.
      • His State title was retired once he won his US Title.
      • Last Update: 12-7-04.

  • Jimmy Stewart
    Butler, Pennsylvania, USA, PRO: 15-0/9, Pro Boxing: 3-0/2, AM: 27-5-2/5, 5'10", 154, 10-1-61
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Light Middleweight United States Champion.
      • Stewart won his title on July 13th, 2001, Butler, Pennsylvania, USA when he defeated Bernard Robinson by unanimous decision.
      • Stewart was awarded the IKF Pro FCR Super Welterweight World Title on October 6th, 2004.
      • VIDEO - CLICK HERE.
      • His U.S. title was retired once he won his World Title.
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 12-7-04.

  • Jimmy Stewart
    PRO: 18-0/9, Pro Boxing: 3-1/2, AM: 27-5-2/5, 5'10", 154, 10-1-61
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Super Welterweight World Champion
      • Wednesday, October 6th, 2004: Jimmy Stewart has done MORE to Promote a World Title Challenge than ANY OTHER FIGHTER. In doing so he has had "SIX", yes, "SIX" fighters pull out on him between October 2002 and October 2004. The last one was the last draw for us here at the IKF. Jim Tisdale is the trainer of Eric Marshall of Florida. Marshall was scheduled to meet Stewart for an October 9th showdown for the vacant title. However, on Monday, October 4th, (5 days before their World Title Bout) Tisdale called the IKF and informed us Marshall hurt his back sparring over the weekend and is forced to pull out of the bout. Marshall was the 6th failed opponent for Stewart and marks the LAST DRAW for us. stewart DESERVES this Title simply because he challenged ONLY THE BEST for it. However, NONE of them were able to meet him in the ring and "Walk The Walk" for it. Now that he has it, Stewart as well as us here at the IKF can tell all Challengers or those questioning Stewarts ability, "Bring It ON!"
      • Stewart called to reture his title on December 10th, 2008. The reason was a due to a career ending accident. Stewart was struck by a car while crossing the street.
      • www.StewartCenterKickboxing.com
      • Last Update: 12-10-08

      • PHOTO - JIMMY'S BELTS


  • Dean Sugden
    Newark, England, PKB: 21-2/2, AKB: 3-1/0, 75kg, 5' 10", 6-5-68, Newark Martial Arts Kick Boxing Club
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules British Middleweight Champion.
      • Dean won his title on June 9th, 2002, Coventry, England: Defeated previous Champion Richard Leeson of England.
      • His title was retired when he wanted to fight at a lower weight.
      • Last Update: 1-11-08.




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  • Sydney Thompson
    Bedford, England, 19-4-1/8, 74.5 kg, 5'11", 8-2-71, Nigel Thompson
    IKF Pro Modified Muay Thai Rules British Commonwealth Middleweight Champion
    • Mr. Thompson won his IKF Title on April 13th, 2003 in England when he defeated Alan Willis by unanimous decision.
    • On 12-27-11 the IKF retired Mr. Thompson's title due to his retirement.
    • Last Update: 12-27-11



  • Frankie Tropea (Right)
    Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, 17-1/5, 175, 5'10", 5-11-76, Mitz Bandiera
    IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Light Heavyweight World Champion
    • Mr. Tropea won his IKF World Title on June 25th, 2005 in Grand Portage, Minnesota, USA
      He defeated Nick Rondinelli of London, Ontario, Canada by split decision 112-117, 113-115 and 116-112.
    • Mr. Tropea was never challenged for his IKF World Title. He fought only 1 kickboxing fight after winning it.
    • On 7-9-09 the IKF spoke to Mr. Tropea's trainer, Mitz Bandiera. Mr. Bandiera informed the IKF that due to Mr. Tropea's work in law enforcement he has decided to retire from the ring. This of course combined with the fact that he had never been challenged for his title along with the fact that there had been very few fight offers come to him as a Pro Kickboxer. Although he loved the sport, he has now retired from it
    • Last Update: 7-9-09


  • George "TNT" Tsutsui
    San Francisco, California, USA, 16-1, 144, Fairtex
    IKF Pro International Rules U. S. Welterweight Champion
    • Tsutsui won his title on November 16th, 1996 in Redding, California when he defeated Miguel Reyes of San Diego, California, USA by KO at 1:03 Of the Fifth Round.
    • Tsutsui later voluntarily retired this title claiming he only wanted to fight MuayThai.
    • Last Update: 11-5-07.


  • Juan "The Ghost Warrior" Torres
    South Lake Tahoe, CA, USA, AM: 5-0/4, PRO: 38-3/26, 5'4," 142, 29, Self
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules World Light Welterweight Champion.
      • Torres became the FIRST IKF Mens PRO CHAMPION and the First IKF Mens World Champion when he defeated Jorge Angat of Angoura Hills, California, USA by TKO at :45 seconds of round 2.
      • For a Photo of this fight, click HERE.
      • The bout was at Caesars Tahoe Casino in Tahoe, Nevada, USA on January 22nd, 1994.
      • Sadly the promoter never bought Juan or Rick Roufus their belts for their IKF Titles this night.
      • PHOTO.
      • Torres retired from both Kickboxing & Pro Boxing (14-9/2) in the fall of 2000.
      • He was never challenged for his World title after he won it.
      • Last Update: 1-25-01.




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  • Luraina Undershute
    Victoria, British, Columbia, 17-0/9, Pro Boxing: 0-1/0, 5'5", 123, 8-20-77, Wally Petrovic
    • IKF Women's Pro Full Contact Rules North American Champion
      • Undershute won her IKF title on March 7, 1999 on the Twin Dragon IKF "Right to Fight" in Toronto, Ontario, Canada when she defeated Chantel Nadon of North Bay, Ontario, by unanimous decision on all 3 judges cards.
      • Undershute's title was retired by the IKF on January 9th, 2013 when it was determined she had been retired for some time.
      • WEB - LurainasFightClub.com
      • Last Update: 1-8-13.




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  • Leo "The Artist" Verontchjk
    Russia, Evgeny Kotelnikov
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules European Light Welterweight Champion.
      • Verontchjk won his IKF title on April 28th, 2001 in Coventry, England when he defeated Juan Moreno of England by TKO at end of round 3.
      • Verontchjk's title was retired IKF England FCR Director on 12-11-07 due to being retired from fighting
      • Last Update: 1-11-08.




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  • Stephen Wakeling
    London England, 36-4/14, 150, 6'1", 10-4-83, Mark Wakeling
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules European Super Welterweight Champion.
      • Wakeling won his title on August 18th, 2002 in Reading, England when he defeated Junior Herbert of Bedford England by unanimous decision.
      • IKF HQ could never rank Wakeling because former IKF Europe Director Alby Bimpson never sent in Wakeling's stats other than: London England, PKB: 8-1.
      • Wakeling's title was retired by the IKF when could never contact him for a challenge in 2011.
      • Wikipedia.org Page
      • VIDEO HIGHLIGHT CLIP
      • Last Update: 6-9-2011

  • Richard Waller
    Kash Gill Gym
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules British Lightweight Champion.
      • Waller won his title on May 10th 2009 in Strood, Kent, England when he defeated Lee Hollingsworth by 5th round KO.
      • On February 24th, 2012, IKF England representative Colin Payne announced: "The Champion was Richard Waller, but he has vacated to pursue things elsewhere so he willingly vacated so the title could move on."
      • Last Update: 4-10-12

  • James Wallis
    Swansea, Wales, 20-5-1, 78kg, 5'10", 10-5-83, Andy Morgan
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules European Super Middleweight Champion.
      • Wallis won his title on March 3rd, 2012, Swansea, Wales when he Defeated Challenger Rene Tauber by Unanimous decision 100-88, 99-88, 100-87.
      • On October 6th, 2012, Wallis won the IKF Super Middleweight World title, thus retiring his European title.
      • Last Update: 10-9-12

  • John "Shadow" Washington
    Bakersfield, California, USA, 24-11/10, 5'9" 135, 9-19-64, Self
    • IKF Pro Full Modified Muay Thai Rules California State Lightweight Champion
      • Washington won his IKF title on April 24th, 1999 in Fresno, California, USA when he defeated Keo Sychanthavong of Fresno, California, USA by unanimous decision, 49-46, 49-46 & 50-45.
      • The IKF retired Washington's Title when we were told he was no longer fighting on 6-15-05.
      • However, on 10-11-05 he got in contact with the IKF to tell us he was NOT retired. So, his title was re-instated.
      • The IKF again retired his title on May 28th, 2014 due to inactivity having never fought since 2003.
      • PHOTO
      • PHOTO
      • PHOTO
      • Last Update: 5-28-14

  • Ollie Watson
    Watford, England, 19-1/0, 73kg, 5'10, 1984, Paul Taylor
    • IKF Pro Full Contact RulesEngland Middleweight Champion.
      • Ollie won his IKF title on October 28, 2006 in, Weston Super Mare, Somerset, England when he defeated Mark Winter by TKO in Round 1.
      • Ollie's title was retired by the IKF when they were informed that he had retired on December 11th, 2007.
      • Last Update: 1-10-08.

  • Dylan Williams
    Mold, Wales, 17-2-1/12, 6'2", 202 lbs, 92kg, 27, 11-3-71, Darren Baker.
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Heavyweight European Champion.
      • Dylan won his title on June 20th, 1999, North Wales when he defeated Steven Boyd of Ireland by TKO when Williams delivered a picture perfect turnback side kick that landed into the lower ribs of Boyd at only 25 seconds into the opening round.
      • Williams no longer fights due to a knee injury he received in Dec 2001.
      • Last Update: 9-21-03.


  • Dave Wilson
    St Helens, Merseyside, England, 8-0/3, 6'2", 78 kg. 171.6, 3-9-75
    IKF Pro Full Contact Rules British Super Middleweigh Champion
    • Wilson defeated Alex Wasanowicz of Aberdeen Scotland on June 21st, 1999 in St Helens, England by TKO in round 2.
      Wilson's title was retired when he won a larger title, the IKF Super Middleweight European title on June 30th, 2000 in St. Helens, England when he defeated Nigel Thompson of Bedford, England by unanimous Decision.
      Wilson's trainer is/was Bernard Giam



  • Dave Wilson
    St Helens, Merseyside, England, 8-0/3, 6'2", 78 kg. 171.6, 3-9-75, Bernard Giam
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules European Super Middleweight Champion
      • Dave won this IKF Title on June 30th, 2000, St. Helens, England: Defeated Nigel Thompson, Bedford, England by unanimous Decision.
      • IKF Retired this title on December 11th, 2007 when they were informed Wilson had retired.
      • Last Update: 1-10-08.


  • Don "The Dragon" Wilson
    Hollywood, CA, USA 71-5-2/47- 3 No Contests, 6' 190, 9-10-1954.
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules Cruiserweight World Champion.
      • Wilson won his title on May 15th, 1999 in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA, when he defeated Dick Kimber. (Lynn, Massachusetts, USA PRO: 23-3/21, AM: 25-0/25 5'9" 197 ) At the end of the 3rd round Wilson came alive and exploded with a flurry that eventually knocked Kimber to the floor motionless. Referee Dan Stell counted Kimber out on the floor, a count that went into the round break. Kimber never stood during the count.
      • Having never been challenged for his title, Wilson Voluntarily Retired it to move down to the Light Heavyweight Division.
      • Here is a video clip of Wilson: Don Wilson vs. Branko Cikatic
      • Last Update: 4-2-01.


  • Steve Witter
    Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, 8-2-1/6, 5'11", 190, 28
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules North American Cruiserweight Champion.
      • Witter won his title in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on March 7, 1999 when he defeated John James of Grand Rapids, Michigan, after 4 rounds. The fight was stopped because James had not met the 8 kick requirement in 3 consecutive rounds.
      • Witter Officially retired from kickboxing on September 4th, 2002 to advance in his business career. We wish him great success.
      • Last Update: 9-4-02.

  • Chris Wright
    Merseyside, England, 15-3/7, 6', 189, Alby Bimpson
    • IKF Pro Muay Thai Rules Cruiserweight World Champion
      • Wright won his title when he defeated Duncan Airlie James of Glasgow, Scotland by head kick KO at 2:04 of round 2 in St. Helens, England on August 16th, 1998.
      • Wright's trainer, Alby Bimpson officially retired his Title on January 25th, 2006.
      • During his career Wright held several other World titles;
        • WKA Cruiserweight World Champion.
        • ISKA Cruiserweight World Champion.
        • WKO Cruiserweight World Champion.
      • Last Update: 1-25-2006.





-X-Y-Z-

  • Jim "Z MAN" Zbilski
    Lake In The Hills, Illinois, USA, 34-2/30, 5' 11", 153, 2-27-69, Rob Zbilski
    • IKF Pro Full Contact Rules United States Super Welterweight Champion.
      • Zbilski won his title on April 30th, 1999, Rolling Meadows, Illinois, USA when he defeated Fernando Luevano of Chicago, Illinois, USA.
      • Zbilski's title was retired by his trainer on January 8th, 2008.
      • Last Update: 1-8-08.


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