The WKN super lightweight title was on the line this past Saturday (July 10) at TEK Fight 4 at Stade G. Tauziet in Meaux, France.
The world championship bout featured Tunisian-French Mohamed Galaoui up against Matej Trcka of Czech Republic. The pair went head to head during five rounds. In the end the verdict heard a unanimous decision in favor of the local fighter, who lifted the belt.
Earlier in his career Galaoui held titles in other organizations, and has now claimed a prestigious WKN gold. In addition he secured the fourth win in a row.
The championship supervisor was Habib Bakir, representing World Kickboxing Network.
The rest of fight card saw a series of bouts with local and international competitors.
TEK Fight 4 in Meaux was held shoulder to shoulder with VBS 3 in Villejuif, making it two World Kickboxing Network championship events produced in one day in France on July 10.
WKN World super lightweight kickboxing title, 5×3
Mohamed Galaoui (Tunisia / France) def. Matej Trcka (Czech) by unanimous decision
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