The World Kickboxing Network recently returned to Belgium with “Fight Day Trazegnies.” Presented by Team Fighting La Marca, the combat sports event featured a series of kickboxing and Muay Thai bouts with two WKN titles contested in the headliner of the show.
“Fight Day Trazegnies” took place at Hall Omnisport in Trazegnies, Courcelles, Belgium on October 26, 2019. In the main event, Giacomo Stocchino, 29, of Italy fought reigning WKN European Super Featherweight Amateur Muay Thai champion Ougo Huet, 20, of Belgium.
Huet and Stocchino battled it out for WKN European Featherweight title in Muay Thai. The championship bout was scheduled for five rounds.
The title bout went the distance. The verdict heard a unanimous decision in favor of Huet.
Earlier in Huet’s kickboxing career, he earned the WKN European Super Featherweight Amateur Muay Thai title. He claimed the belt by technical knockout in the second round against Said Moufek of France at the latest edition of “Simply the Best,” produced in Farciennes, Belgium on November 25, 2018.
On December 1, 2018, Huet came out victorious by unanimous decision against Letchi Gadaev of France at “Ultimate Muaythai / K1 Rules” in Strasbourg, France. They competed in a three-round Muay Thai contest at a catch weight of 61kg.
While “Fight Day Trazegnies” was taking place Belgium, “Prokick Lord of the Ring” was also taking place in Belfast, Northern Ireland on October 26, 2019. In the event in Belfast, where Johnny “Swift” Smith of Northern Ireland successfully successfully defended his WKN Intercontinental Welterweight title from Shuhei Sone of Japan.
The next visit of the WKN to Belgium is scheduled for November 24, 2019 with the annual “La Nuit des Titans” event presented by Osman Yigin in Farciennes. Meanwhile, here are Huet and Stocchino prior to their “Fight Day Trazegnies” bout: