Sergej Maslobojev

Sergej Maslobojev (Russian: Сергей Маслобоев; born May 22, 1987) is a Lithuanian mixed martial artist, boxer and kickboxer, currently signed with GLORY.[1] As of November 2021, he is ranked the #3 light-heavyweight in the world by Combat Press.[2]

Sergej Maslobojev
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BornSergej Maslobojev
(1987-05-22) May 22, 1987 (age 34)
Klaipėda, Lithuania
Other namesKuvalda
NationalityLithuanian
Height6 ft 2+12 in (1.89 m)
Weight208 lb (94 kg; 14.9 st)
DivisionLight-Heavyweight
StyleKickboxing
StanceOrthodox
Fighting out ofVilnius, Lithuania (Kickboxing)
Ridgecrest, California (MMA)
TeamChampion's House (Kickboxing)
Flawless MMA (MMA)
Years active2005 - present
Professional boxing record
Total10
Wins7
By knockout3
Losses3
By knockout1
Kickboxing record
Total39
Wins34
By knockout21
Losses5
By knockout1
Mixed martial arts record
Total17
Wins11
By knockout4
By submission6
By decision1
Losses6
By knockout1
By submission4
By disqualification1
Other information
Boxing record from BoxRec
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Maslobojev is the former two time King of Kings Heavyweight champion.

Personal lifeEdit

Maslobojev saw kickboxing when he was a child, but only started training at the age of 18. He was impressed by Mirko Filipović, Wanderlei Silva and Remigijus Morkevičius.[3]

He is a professional Kickboxer and previously fought out of Sparta Fight gym in Lithuania, Vilnius city. In 2018 Sergej opened a brand new gym named Champion's House. He now has his own brand "Kuvalda Team". He regularly participates in various charity, being also a member of UNICEF.[4]

Kickboxing careerEdit

Early careerEdit

Maslobojev made his professional debut against Steve Hooper in May 2007, when the two fought for the WKA Heavyweight Championship. The fight went into the tenth round, after which Sergej won by knockout. In his next fight, Maslobojev won the Baltic Muay Thai Light Heavyweight title, with a decision win over Kristaps Zile. After defeating Ricardo van den Bos, he entered the 2011 KOK European Heavyweight Grand Prix. He scored a first round knockout of Vasile Popovici in the quarterfinal and a third round knockout of Martynas Knyzelis in the semifinal, and faced Mindaugas Sakalauskas in the finals. Maslobojev beat Sakalauskas by knockout in the fifth round.[5]

Maslobojev went on a 2-2 run over his next four fights, before challenging the reigning WKN Heavyweight champion Vladimir Mineev at Fight Nights: Battle of Moscow 15. Mineev won the fight by majority decision.[6]

King of KingsEdit

For his next fight, Maslbojev was scheduled to fight Lukasz Butkiewicz, at the KOK World GP 2014 in Gdańsk.[7] He won the fight by a second-round knockout.[8] He followed this up with a fight against Pavel Voronin,[9] whom he beat by knockout as well. He would go on to win four of his next five fights, losing only to Roman Kryklia, before fighting Robert Dorin for the KOK Heavyweight Championship. Sergej won the fight by unanimous decision.

After winning the KOK title, Maslobojev went on an eight fight, two year winning streak, during which he earned decision wins over Gokhan Gedik, Oleg Primachev[10] and Thomas Bridgewater,[11] as well as stoppage wins over Antonio Plazibat,[12] Chaiyo Sitteacherjulun, Stanislav Voytenko, Carlos Ulberg and Bruno Susano.[13] This run culminated in a title fight with Stéphane Susperregui for the WAKO World K-1 Heavyweight title. Maslobojev won by a fourth-round TKO, after Susperregui's corner was forced to throw in the towel.[14] This winning streak was ended by Ondrej Hutnik at Yangames Fight Night 5, when the two of them fought for the WKN European Oriental Rules heavyweight title, with Hutnik winning a majority decision.[15]

ONE ChampionshipEdit

In his next fight, Maslobojev was scheduled to fight Petros Vardakas for the KOK Heavyweight title. Maslobojev knocked Vardakas out in the second round, and won the KOK title for the second time in his career.[16]

Following a TKO victory against Noureddine Ajnaou at KOK`55 World Series,[17] Maslobojev signed with ONE Championship. He made his organizational debut at |ONE Championship: Grit and Glory, in a rematch with Antonio Plazibat. Maslobojev won the rematch by unanimous decision.[18] In his second fight with ONE, he fought Florent Kaouachi at ONE Championship: Pursuit of Power, and won by unanimous decision.[19]

Moving away from ONE Championship, Maslobojev earned a unanimous decision against Rafael de Souza[20] and a stoppage win against Fraser Weightman.

GLORYEdit

In the second part of 2019, Maslobojev signed with GLORY. He was scheduled to make his debut against John King at Glory 68.[21] King later withdrew, and Maslobojev was rescheduled to fight Bahram Rajabzadeh at Glory 69: Düsseldorf.[22] He won the fight by unanimous decision.[23]

Maslobojev was next scheduled to fight a rematch with Fraser Weightman at Glory 73.[24] The fight fell through, as Weightman was unable to gain a visa to fight in China.[25] He was next set to face the K-1 heavyweight champion Roel Mannaart at Glory 75: Utrecht.[26] Sergej won the fight by TKO, breaking Roel's jaw in the first round.[27]

Maslobojev was scheduled to fight Luis Tavares at Glory 78: Arnhem.[28][29] He later withdrew from the bout with an injury.[30]

Maslobojev was scheduled to face Donegi Abena at Glory: Collision 3 on October 23, 2021.[31] He won the fight by split decision.[32]

Maslobojev was scheduled to face Olivier Langlois-Ross at KoK Mega Battle on November 20, 2021.[33] He won the fight by unanimous decision.[34]

TitlesEdit

KickboxingEdit

ProfessionalEdit

  • 2007 WKA Heavyweight Champion
  • 2009 Baltic Muay Thai Light Heavyweight Champion
  • 2011 KOK Europe Heavyweight Grand Prix Winner
  • 2015 European Union of Martial Sports Kickboxing Light Heavyweight World Champion
  • 2015 KOK Heavyweight Championship
  • 2017 WAKO PRO World K-1 Light Heavyweight Champion
  • 2017 KOK Light Heavyweight Champion

AmateurEdit

  •   2012 WAKO European K-1 -91kg Championship
  •   2013 Polish Kickboxing -91kg Championship
  •   2013 WAKO World K-1 -91kg Championship
  •   2014 WAKO European K-1 -91kg Championship
  •   2018 WAK-1F World K-1 -91kg Championship
  •   2019 WAKO World K-1 -91kg Championship

BoxingEdit

  • 2012 Bigger’s Better 17 Heavyweight Tournament Winner
  • 2013 Bigger’s Better 26 Heavyweight Tournament Winner

Kickboxing recordEdit

Professional Kickboxing Record
34 Wins (21 (T)KO's, 13 decisions), 5 Losses
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time
2021-11-20 Win   Olivier Langlois-Ross KoK Mega Battle Vilnius, Lithuania Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2021-10-23 Win   Donegi Abena Glory: Collision 3 Arnhem, Netherlands Decision (Split) 3 3:00
2020-02-29 Win   Roel Mannaart Glory 75: Utrecht Utrecht, Netherlands TKO (Punches) 1 1:48
2019-10-12 Win   Bahram Rajabzadeh Glory 69: Düsseldorf Düsseldorf, Germany Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2019-03-16 Win   Fraser Weightman KOK`69 World Series Vilnius, Lithuania KO (Left Hook) 2 2:28
2018-11-17 Win   Rafael de Souza KOK Heroe's World Series 2018 Vilnius, Lithuania Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2018-07-13 Win   Florent Kaouachi ONE Championship: Pursuit of Power Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2018-05-12 Win   Antonio Plazibat ONE Championship: Grit and Glory Jakarta, Indonesia Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2018-03-17 Win   Noureddine Ajnaou KOK`55 World Series Vilnius, Lithuania TKO 1 1:36
2017-11-18 Win   Petros Vardakas FightBOX KOK Heroe's World Series Vilnius, Lithuania KO 2 1:24
Wins the KOK World -93 kg Championship.
2017-07-27 Loss   Ondrej Hutnik Yangames Fight Night 5 Prague, Czech Republic Decision (Majority) 3
For the WKN European Oriental Rules Heavyweight Championship 96.6 kg.
2017-06-30 Win   Stéphane Susperregui Monte Carlo Fighting Masters Monte Carlo, Monaco TKO (Towel Thrown) 4
Wins W.A.K.O. Pro World K1 Rules Cruiser Heavyweight Championship -94.1 kg.
2017-03-18 Win   Thomas Bridgewater KOK’45 WORLD GP 2017 IN VILNIUS[35] Vilnius, Lithuania Decision (Majority) 4 3:00
2016-11-19 Win   Bruno Susano KOK Heroe's World Series In Vilnius[36] Vilnius, Lithuania KO 2 1:49
2016-09-23 Win   Carlos Ulberg EM - Legends Chengdu, China KO 3 2:31
2016-08-27 Win   Stanislav Voytenko Faith Fight Championship Guangzhou, China KO 2 1:00
2016-08-07 Win   Chaiyo Sitteacherjulun Chalong Boxing Stadium Fight Night Phuket, Thailand KO 3 1:59
2016-06-25 Win   Oleg Primachev FF fighting championship Shenzhen, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2016-03-19 Win   Gokhan Gedik KOK World GP 2016 In Vilnius Vilnius, Lithuania Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2016-02-19 Win   Antonio Plazibat FFC22: Athens Athens, Greece TKO 2 3:00
2015-11-14 Win   Robert Dorin KOK World GP 2015 In Vilnius - Heavyweight Tournament Final Vilnius, Lithuania Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
Wins the KOK World -93 kg Championship.[37]
2015-08-15 Win   Patryk Szychovski Baltic Summer Fight Liepāja TKO 2 1:15
2015-06-07 Loss   Roman Kryklia Kunlun Fight 26 - Super Heavyweight Tournament, Reserve Fight Chongqing, China KO (Left Hook) 3 2:56
2015-05-15 Win   Kwantong Lion MuayThai Bangla Stadium Phuket, Thailand KO 1 0:37
2015-03-14 Win   Kryspin Kalski KOK World GP 2015 in Vilnius, Semifinals Vilnius, Lithuania TKO 1 2:10
2015-02-23 Win   Petr Kareš Noc Mistrů 9 Prague, Czech Republic TKO 4 2:47
For European Union of Martial Sports Kickboxing Light Heavyweight World Championship -88.6 kg.[38]
2014-11-15 Win   Pavel Voronin Bushido Series - Heroe's KOK -91 kg Vilnius, Lithuania KO 2
2014-10-17 Win   Lukasz Butkiewicz KOK World GP 2014 in Gdańsk Gdańsk, Poland TKO 2 1:09
2014-03-28 Loss   Vladimir Mineev Fight Nights: Battle of Moscow 15 Moscow, Russia Decision (Majority) 5 3:00
For WKN Kickboxing Heavyweight World Championship -96.6 kg.[39]
2014-02-23 Win   Martynas Knyzelis Big Fight Kaunas, Lithuania TKO 2 N/A
2013-03-30 Loss   Nicolas Wamba Agde, France Decision 5 2:00
2012-03-23 Loss   Ali Cenik United Glory 15 Moscow, Russia Decision 3 3:00
2012-01-20 Win   Janis Ginters Fight night in Klaipėda Klaipėda, Lithuania Decision
2011-03-19 Win   Mindaugas Sakalauskas KING OF KINGS EUROPE GP 2011 IN VILNIUS, Final Vilnius, Lithuania KO (Punches) 5 1:48
Won KOK K-1 Europe GP 2011 in Vilnius Heavyweight Championship.
2011-03-19 Win   Martynas Knyzelis KING OF KINGS EUROPE GP 2011 IN VILNIUS, Semifinals Vilnius, Lithuania KO (Right straight) 3 N/A
2011-03-19 Win   Vasile Popovici KING OF KINGS EUROPE GP 2011 IN VILNIUS, Quarterfinals Vilnius, Lithuania KO (Right hook) 1 0:11
2010-04-10 Win   Ricardo van den Bos K-1 WORLD GP 2010 in Vilnius Vilnius, Lithuania Decision 3 3:00
2009-10-24 Win   Kristaps Zile K-1 EJSL Riga, Latvia Decision 5 3:00
Won Baltic Muay Thai Light Heavyweight Championship.
2007-05-26 Win   Steve Hooper W.K.A England KO 10 2:10
Won WKA Heavyweight Championship.

Amateur recordEdit

Amateur Kickboxing Record
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time
2019-10- Win   Roman Shcherbatiuk W.A.K.O World Championships 2019, K-1 Final -91 kg Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Decision 3 2:00
Wins W.A.K.O. World Championship '19 K-1 Gold Medal -91 kg.
2019-10- Win   Cemil Yildrim W.A.K.O World Championships 2019, K-1 Semi Final -91 kg Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Decision 3 2:00
2019-10- Win   Toni Capitovic W.A.K.O World Championships 2019, K-1 Quarter Finals -91 kg Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Decision 3 2:00
2019-10- Win   Adrian Bartl W.A.K.O World Championships 2019, K-1 Round of 16 -91 kg Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Decision 3 2:00
2018-10-07 Win   Jaroslav Linic WAK-1F, K-1 Final +91 kg Riga, Latvia KO (Injury) 1 00:50
Wins World Amateur K-1 Federation WORLD Championship '18 K-1 Gold Medal +91 kg.
2018-10-06 Win   Karapetyan Markos WAK-1F, K-1 Semi-Final +91 kg Riga, Latvia TKO (Injury) 1 00:00
2014-10 Win   Petr Kares W.A.K.O European Championships 2014, K-1 Final -91 kg Bilbao, Spain Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
Wins W.A.K.O. European Championship '14 K-1 Gold Medal -91 kg.
2014-10 Win   Piotr Ramankevich W.A.K.O European Championships 2014, K-1 Semifinals -91 kg Bilbao, Spain Decision (Unanimous) 3 2:00
2014-10-23 Win   Bojan Džepina W.A.K.O European Championships 2014, K-1 Quarterfinals -91 kg Bilbao, Spain TKO (Cut) 3
2014-05-03 Loss   Dzianis Hancharonak 2014 IFMA World Championships -91 kg[40] Langkawi, Malaysia TKO (Injury)
2013-10 Win   Alex Pereira W.A.K.O World Championships 2013, K-1 Final -91 kg Guaruja, Brasil Decision
Wins W.A.K.O. World Championship '13 K-1 Gold Medal -91 kg.
2013-10 Win   Andrey Khlynovskii W.A.K.O World Championships 2013, K-1 Semifinals -91 kg Guaruja, Brasil
2013-10 Win   Petr Kares W.A.K.O World Championships 2013, K-1 Quarterfinals -91 kg Guaruja, Brasil
2013-04-25 Win   Mindaugas Sakalauskas Vilnius Open 2013 Vilnius, Lithuania Decision 3 3:00
2013-04-14 Win   Tomasz Klimiuk Kickboxing Championships in Poland, K-1 Final +91 kg Starachowice, Poland TKO 2
Wins Poland K-1 Kikcboxing Championship +91 kg.
2013-04-13 Win   Wojciech Jastrzepski Kickboxing Championships in Poland, K-1 Semifinals +91 kg Starachowice, Poland
2013-04-13 Win   Maciej Medynski Kickboxing Championships in Poland, K-1 Quarterfinals +91 kg Starachowice, Poland
2012-11 Loss   Vladimir Mineev W.A.K.O European Championships 2012, K-1 Final -91 kg Ankara, Turkey TKO (Injury) 1 0:00
Wins W.A.K.O. European Championship '12 K-1 Silver Medal -91 kg.
2012-11 Win   Anar Mammadov W.A.K.O European Championships 2012, K-1 Semifinals -91 kg Ankara, Turkey KO
2012-11 Win   Petr Kares W.A.K.O European Championships 2012, K-1 Quarterfinals -91 kg Ankara, Turkey Decision 3 2:00
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

Mixed martial arts recordEdit

Professional record breakdown
17 matches 11 wins 6 losses
By knockout 4 1
By submission 6 4
By decision 1 0
By disqualification 0 1
Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 11–6 Nicolai Garbuz TKO MMA Bushido 77 - Fighting Championship in Vilnius May 3, 2019 1 Vilnius, Lithuania
Win 10–6 Alexei Gureev KO (punch) VFC - Verdict Fighting Championship 1 February 11, 2012 1 3:44 Moscow, Russia
Win 9–6 Rimgaudas Kutkaitis Submission (armbar) RF 6 - Real Fights 6 October 18, 2009 1 1:24 Vilnius, Lithuania
Win 8–6 Valdas Pocevicius Decision (unanimous) RF 6 - Real Fights 6 October 18, 2009 3 5:00 Vilnius, Lithuania
Loss 7–6 Jeff Monson Submission (north-south choke) CW 11 - Decade March 29, 2009 2 1:30 Belfast, Northern Ireland
Win 7–5 Colin Laird KO (knee and punches) Cage Rage Contenders - Ireland vs. Belgium May 3, 2008 1 N/A Dublin, Ireland
Win 6–5 Szilvester Silbont Submission (rear-naked choke) CFC 2 - Cage Fighters Championships 2 February 24, 2008 1 3:48 London, England, United Kingdom
Win 5–5 Colin Sexton Submission (heel hook) GR 23 - Goshin Ryu 23 February 23, 2008 1 3:20 England, United Kingdom
Loss 4–5 Bruno Carvalho DQ (illegal kick) The Zone FC - The Zone February 9, 2008 3 1:30 Stockholm, Sweden
Win 4–4 Tim McCrory Submission (guillotine choke) MPR 1 - Money Power Respect 1 January 27, 2008 1 1:36 England, United Kingdom
Win 3–4 Dave Daubney KO (knees) GR 22 - Goshin Ryu 22 November 24, 2007 1 2:09 England, United Kingdom
Win 2–4 Kevin Thompson Submission (kimura) WIW 4 - War in Workington 4 August 11, 2007 2 N/A Cumbria, England, United Kingdom
Loss 1–4 Romualds Garkulis Submission (armbar) WFCA - Gladiators Fight 8 May 13, 2007 N/A N/A Riga, Latvia
Loss 1–3 Michael Ettl Submission (armbar) CFS 1 - Cage Fight Series 1 April 28, 2007 1 3:08 Graz, Austria
Loss 1–2 Atte Backman TKO FF 18 - Fight Festival 18 May 13, 2006 1 2:25 Helsinki, Finland
Loss 1–1 Andrejs Zozulja Submission (guillotine choke) WFCA - Gladiators Fight 5 April 23, 2006 1 0:45 Riga, Latvia
Win 1–0 Raymond Mihalyov Submission (armbar) WFCA - Gladiators Fight 2 February 5, 2006 1 2:07 Riga, Latvia

Professional boxing recordEdit

7 Wins (3 knockouts, 4 decisions), 3 Losses, 0 Draws[41]
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
Win 7-3   Tambwe Djeko KO 2 (2) 2013-11-22 Liepaja, Latvia Bigger’s Better 26: final.
Win 6-3   Przemyslaw Stepien TKO 2 (2) 2013-11-22 Liepaja, Latvia Bigger’s Better 26: semifinal.
Win 5-3   Eugen Buchmuller KO 2 (2) 2013-11-22 Liepaja, Latvia Bigger’s Better 26: quarterfinal.
Loss 4-3   Mairis Briedis KO 2 (3) 2012-12-14 Riga, Latvia Bigger’s King: semifinal.
Win 4-2   Konstantin Gluhov UD 3 (3) 2012-12-14 Riga, Latvia Bigger’s Better King: quarterfinal.
Win 3-2   Wojciech Jastrzebski UD 3 (3) 2012-11-16 Andrichrow, Poland Bigger’s Better 17: final.
Win 2-2   Konstantin Airich SD 3 (3) 2012-11-16 Andrichrow, Poland Bigger’s Better 17: semifinal.
Win 1-2   Alexej Mogylewskij UD 3 (3) 2012-11-16 Andrichrow, Poland Bigger’s Better 17: quarterfinal.
Loss 0-2   Konstantin Gluhov SD 3 (3) 2012-05-25 Vilnius, Lithuania Bigger’s Better 12: quarterfinal.
Loss 0-1   Constantin Bejenaru UD 3 (3) 2011-09-23 Vilnius, Lithuania Bigger’s Better 7: quarterfinal.

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

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