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Sergej Maslobojev Nickname: KUVALDA (Sledge Hammer) born May 22, 1987 in Klaipėda is a Lithuanian mixed martial artist, boxer and kickboxer.

Sergej Maslobojev
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BornSergej Maslobojev
(1987-05-22) May 22, 1987 (age 32)
Klaipėda, Lithuania
Other namesKuvalda
NationalityLithuanian
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight207 lb (94 kg; 14.8 st)
DivisionHeavyweight, Light-Heavyweight, Middleweight
StyleKickboxing
StanceOrthodox
TeamChampion's House (Kuvalda Team)
Years active7 (2005-present)
Professional boxing record
Total10
Wins7
By knockout3
Losses3
By knockout1
Kickboxing record
Total34
Wins29
By knockout19
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

Contents

CareerEdit

Maslobojev saw kickboxing when he was a child, but only started training at the age of 18. He was impressed with Mirko Filipović, Wanderlei Silva and Remigijus Morkevičius.[1]

He is professional Kickboxer and before presented Sparta Fight gym that placed in Lithuania, Vilnius city. In 2018 Sergej opened a brand new gym named Champion's House by Sergej Maslobojev and is working there as one of the owners, influencers and personal coach. He has his own brand "KUVALDA Team" that is quite famous in Lithuania. He regularly participates in various charity events, visit orphanage homes, rehabilitation centers for adults, imprisonment institutions for infants, children with oncologic diseases in hospitals, is a member of UNICEF, organizes seminars in the Lithuanian Armed Forces and open training sessions for people who want to get to know martial arts. He signed with ONE Championship in 2018. [2] and has started negotiation with world famous kickboxing organisation "Glory World Series" about his contract for 2019.

As of 1 November 2018, he was ranked the #7 light-heavyweight kickboxer in the world by Combat Press.[3]

TitlesEdit

  • World Kickboxing Heavyweight Champion (W.K.A) 2007
  • European MMA Light Heavyweight Champion (W.W.U.F.C) 2007
  • Lithuanian MMA Light Heavyweight Champion (Real Fight) 2009
  • Baltic Muay Thai Light Heavyweight Champion (Songchai) 2009
  • KOK K-1 Europe GP 2011 in Vilnius Heavyweight Champion 2011
  • Latvia Open Kickboxing Champion. 2012 Light Heavyweight Champion (WAKO)
  • Lithuanian K-1 Light Heavyweight Champion (WAKO) 2012
  • Lithuanian Full-Contact Light Heavyweight Champion (WAKO) 2012
  • WAKO European Senior Kickboxing Champ. 2nd place K-1 Rules -91 kg (WAKO) 2012
  • Winner of 8 men Tournament Bigger's Better Boxing 17 in Poland 2012
  • Latvia Open Kickboxing Champ. 2013 Heavyweight Champion (WAKO)
  • Polish K-1 Heavyweight Champion 2013 (WAKO) "Best Fighter Award"
  • Baltic K-1 Light Heavyweight Champion 2013 (WAK 1-F)
  • K-1 World Cup Light Heavyweight Champion 2013 (WAKO)
  • WAKO World Senior Kickboxing Champ. 1st place K-1 Rules -91 kg (WAKO) 2013
  • 2014 W.A.K.O. K-1 Rules European Championship in Bilbao, Spain Champion -91 kg "Best K-1 Fighter of the Championship"
  • European K-1 Champion -88,6 kg EUMS
  • WAK-1F World K-1 Light Heavyweight Champion -91 kg (2015)
  • 2015 KOK World -93 kg Champion
  • 2017 Baltic Muay Thai Light Heavyweight Champion (-91kg) LMTS
  • 2017 W.A.K.O. Pro World K1 Rules Cruiser Heavyweight Champion -94.1 kg.
  • 2018 WAK-1F World Heavyweight Champion (+91) Latvia, Ryga

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Kickboxing recordEdit

Professional Kickboxing Record
Amateur Kickboxing Record

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[11]
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.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Exclusive interview with Sergej Maslobojev – kickboxing star in Lithuania
  2. ^ https://www.tv3.lt/naujiena/948184/kovu-ringa-lietuvoje-paliksiantis-sergejus-maslobojevas-zengia-i-azija
  3. ^ "Combat Press Kickboxing Rankings: November 2018". combatpress.com.
  4. ^ "25/10/14 16:18 - Bilbao EC: UPDATED Report, all Results, Pools and Medals table - WAKO". WAKO.
  5. ^ [1]
  6. ^ HERO’S 2016 IN VILNIUS
  7. ^ KOK World GP 2015 in Vilnius Results
  8. ^ "Lithuanian - Sergej Maslobojev to challenge Petr Kareš for his EUMS European Title at Noc Mistrů 9 in Czech Republic - Prague".
  9. ^ "WKN Russia - Sergej Maslobojev to challenge Vladimir Mineev for his WKN World Title at Fight Nights Battle 15 in Moscow".
  10. ^ Results – Day 1 – IFMA World Championships 2014 Archived 2014-05-17 at the Wayback Machine
  11. ^ "Constantin Bejenaru - Boxer".