Petro Nakonechnyi

Petro Nakonechnyi (Ukrainian: Петро Наконечний, born 1982) is a Ukrainian welterweight Muay Thai kickboxer, fighting out of the Captain Odessa gym in Odessa. He is the K-1 MAX Ukraine 2006 and K-1 Europe MAX 2008 in Poland Champion.[1]

Petro Nakonechnyi
Born1982 (age 39–40)
Odessa, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
Native nameПетро Наконечний
Other namesOdessit ("Одессит")
NationalityUkraine Ukrainian
Height1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight70 kg (150 lb; 11 st)
DivisionWelterweight
Middleweight
StyleMuay Thai
TeamCaptain Odessa (1999 - 2013)
BFC Liberec (2014 - )
TrainerPavlo Yevtushenko, Martin Berka
Years active2001–present
Kickboxing record
Total43
Wins34
By knockout26
Losses8
Draws1

Biography and careerEdit

After making his name by winning numerous national and world Muay Thai titles, Nakonechnyi entered the K-1 promotion at K-1 East Europe MAX 2006 in March 2006 in Lithuania, where he defeated Belarusian fighter Vasily Shish. On November 24, 2006, he entered the 8-man Grand Prix at K-1 MAX Ukraine 2006 and won the tournament by defeating Dmitry Konstantinov, Aleksander Medvedev and Artem Sheglov.

In March the following year, he was invited to take part in the Grand Prix at K-1 East Europe MAX 2007 in Ukraine but was eliminated by Jurij Boreiko in the quarter-finals. He bounced back at K-1 Europe MAX 2008 in Poland in April 2008, however, as he advanced past Andrei Buda and Yury Harbachiov before defeating Michał Głogowski in the tournament final.

TitlesEdit

  • 2008 Busan TAFISA World Games IFMA Amateur Muay Thai 71 kg Gold medal
  • 2008 K-1 Europe MAX in Poland tournament champion
  • 2007 IFMA World Muay Thai Championships Bronze medal -75 kg
  • 2007 Ukrainian Muay Thai champion (-75 kg)
  • 2006 IFMA World Muay Thai Championships Silver medal -75 kg
  • 2006 K-1 Ukraine MAX tournament champion
  • 2005 10th Muay Thai National Championship of Ukraine champion (71 kg)
  • 2004 IFMA World Muay Thai Championships Bronze medal -71 kg
  • 2003 IFMA World Muay Thai Championships Silver medal 67 kg

Kickboxing recordEdit

Kickboxing record
34 wins (26 KOs), 8 losses, 1 draw
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time Notes
October 23, 2015 Win   Martin Gaňo Heroes Gate 15 Prague, Czech Republic TKO (spinning back kick) 4 -
September 26, 2015 Win   Miroslav Smolar MČR K-1, European Cup WAKO Prague, Czech Republic Decision 3 3:00 Win 2015 Czech K-1 Champion -71 kg
September 26, 2015 Win   Gor Harutjunjan MČR K-1, European Cup WAKO Prague, Czech Republic Decision 3 3:00 K-1 Czech 2015 Semi-Final
September 26, 2015 Win   Radek Veřmířovský MČR K-1, European Cup WAKO Prague, Czech Republic KO - - K-1 Czech 2015 Quarter-Final
May 24, 2015 Win   Pavol Garaj Simply The Best 4 Prague, Czech Republic Decision 3 3:00
April 25, 2015 Win   Michal Krčmář Night of Warriors 7 Liberec, Czech Republic Decision 3 3:00
November 29, 2014 Win   Marko Adamovič Night of Warriors 6 Liberec, Czech Republic Decision 3 3:00
December 2009 Loss   Vitaly Gurkov I.F.M.A. World Championships 2009, Semi Finals -71 kg Bangkok, Thailand Decision 4 2:00
December 19, 2008 Loss   Vitaly Gurkov "The Contender Asia" Season 2 Russia Super 8 Qualifier, Semi Finals Chelyabinsk, Russia Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00
October 2, 2008 Win   Vitaly Gurkov 4th Busan TAFISA World Games, Final -71 kg Busan, South Korea - - - Wins 2008 I.F.M.A. World Championship Gold Medal -71 kg.
September 30, 2008 Win   Marcus Öberg 4th Busan TAFISA World Games Busan, South Korea Decision (unanimous) 4 2:00
April 6, 2008 Win   Michał Głogowski K-1 Europe MAX 2008 in Poland Warsaw, Poland Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 2008 Poland Grand Prix final.
April 6, 2008 Win   Yury Harbachiov K-1 Europe MAX 2008 in Poland Warsaw, Poland KO (spinning back kick) 2 0:27 2008 Poland Grand Prix semi-final.
April 6, 2008 Win   Andrei Buda K-1 Europe MAX 2008 in Poland Warsaw, Poland Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 2008 Poland Grand Prix quarter-final.
December 4, 2007 Loss   Artem Levin WMC IFMA World Muaythai Championships Bangkok, Thailand Decision 4 3:00
March 17, 2007 Loss   Jurij Boreiko K-1 East Europe MAX 2007 Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine Extra round decision 4 3:00 2007 Lithuania Grand Prix quarter-final.
November 24, 2006 Win   Artem Sheglov K-1 MAX Ukraine 2006 Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine Decision 3 3:00 2006 Ukraine Grand Prix final.
November 24, 2006 Win   Oleksandr Medvedev K-1 MAX Ukraine 2006 Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine Decision 3 3:00 2006 Ukraine Grand Prix semi-final.
November 24, 2006 Win   Dmitry Konstantinov K-1 MAX Ukraine 2006 Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine Decision 3 3:00 2006 Ukraine Grand Prix quarter-final.
March 10, 2006 Win   Vasily Shish K-1 East Europe MAX 2006 Vilnius, Lithuania Extra round decision (majority) 4 3:00
June 7, 2006 Loss   Artem Levin WMF World Muaythai Championships finals Bangkok, Thailand - - - For WMC IFMA World Muay Thai Championships 75 kg gold medal.
December 19, 2002 Loss   Vasily Shish Belarus vs Australia Bilohirsk, Ukraine Decision 5 3:00
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Peter Nakonechnyy is European Champion К-1 MAX". www.muaythai.org.ua. Retrieved 2007-06-05.