Aleksandar Komanov's

BIOGRAPHY

Aleksandar Komanov is known for his amazing victories on the tatami. He is a champion in kyokushinkai karate in Japan and worldwide, who was able to earn the crowd's applause after defeating one of president Putin's private bodyguards during the World championship in Japan.

For 16 years, Aleksandar has trained and competed tirelessly. He has 103 official wins in kyokushin and he is two-times World champion, two-times Vice-world champion, three-times Champion of Japan, seven-times European champion, two-times Vice-european champion, took the 3rd place in two European championships, Vice-champion of Asia, Champion of Austria, Champion of Spain, Champion of the Balkanies, ten-time Republican champion, five-time Winner of the prize for the “Best technique”, two-time Winner of the prize “Best tameshiwari”, two-time Winner of the prize “Highest battle spirit”. Komanov has competed in professional MMA fights, where his rating is 3-0 (wins-losses). All wins were KOs. Aleksandar Komanov was awarded with the prize "Number one athlete in Plovdiv" for 2014 and has the highest master-class award in sport: "Earned-Master of the Sport".

Practicing sports

Kyokushin Karate
Muay Thai
MMA
Kick Box
Wrestling
Jiu-Jitsu
Boxing
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ММА
3 wins
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Awards
12
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Kyokushin
103 wins
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Two-times World champion
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Seven-times European champion
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Earned-Master of the Sport in Bulgaria

Take a look over the victorious path of Komanov through the years

Tournament Prize PlaceYear Sport
European championship, Juniors1-st placeVilnius, LituaniaVilnius, LituaniaShinkyokushin
International Championship Memoarial Branko Boshniak3-rd placeHarvatska2008Shinkyokushin
European championship2-nd placeKiev, UkraineMay 2009Iko 1
European championship3-rd placeParis, FranceNovember 2009Iko 1
European championship, Open category4-th placeGorzow, Poland2010KWF
International Championship, Spanish Cup1-st placeMalaga, SpainJune 2010KWF
Balkan International Championship1-st placeVolos, Greece2010KWF
Austrian Cup1-st placeVien, Austria May 2011Kyokushin-kan
All Asia2-nd placeJakarta, Indonesia2011Kyokushin-kan
European championship, Category1-st placeVarna, BulgariaNovember 2011KWF
European championship, Open category1-st placeVarna, BulgariaNovember 2011KWF
All Japan 2-nd placeTokyo, JapanDecember 2011Kyokushin-kan
European championship2-nd placeSaragoza, SpainMay 2012KWF
World Championship, shinken-shoby1-st placeTokyo, JapanJuly 2012Kyokushin-kan
European championship3-rd placeYerevan, ArmeniaOctober 2012Kyokushin-kan
All Japan1-st placeTokyo, JapanJune 2013Kyokushin-kan
World Championship2-nd placeSofia, Bulgaria5-6 October 2013KWU
European championship1-st placeLegnica (Poland)29-30 November 2013KWF
European championship1-st placeVolos, Greece9-10 May 2014KWF
World Championship1-st placeChiba, Japan3-rd November 2014KWF
European championship1-st placeBerlin, Germany30 - 31 MAY 2015Kyokushin-kan
World Championship2-nd placeHabarovsk, Russia3-4th October, 2015KWU
European championship1-st placeBeograd, Serbia11-12 June 2016KWU
World Championship1-st placeEkaterinburg, Russia09-10 DecemberKWU