The coming weekend will be hot in Reutlingen! With a mammoth lineup of stars and real highlights Shooto Germany brings this Saturday fighters, officials and guests from Ukraine, France, Italy, Switzerland, Holland, Sweden and all over Germany to Reutlingen.
Shooto legend Rumina Sato leads a whole Japanese delegation, which flies in especially for this event from the land of the rising sun. Because already on Saturday noon at 2 pm the preliminaries of this year's Shooto European Championships will start and will be supervised by the "Japan Shooto Association" and the "International Shooto Commission". While Friday evening in the closed circle a seminar with Rumina Sato in the German Top Team will be held, future referees of Shooto Europe will be trained and certified by Takashi Ouchi from Japan on Saturday morning.
From 14 o'clock it bubbles then in the ring in the Wittumhalle. Short-term interested fighters can still register until today after 23:59 clock on the official Smoothcomp page of the European Championships register and participate.
After the elimination fights there will be a break until 6 p.m., because then the spectators will be admitted for SHOOTO KINGS VIII: Samurai Spirit. At 7 p.m. the starting signal is given with all final fights of this year's European Championships, followed by the Main Card with six top professional matches. The highlight of the evening will be the welterweight title fight between Daniel Huchler (FightFever Bruchsal) and local hero Selvin Ramcilovic (German Top Team).
Advance ticket sales have been fantastic so far and there are only less than 100 tickets left at the box office from 13:30, or evening box office from 18:00. Of course you can visit both events with the tickets! So if you don't have tickets for Shooto Germany's event of the year yet, you should get a move on and be in Reutlingen this weekend!
Saturday, 18.05.2019 Wittumhalle Wittumstraße 37, Reutlingen Door: 6 pm Gong: 7 pm
Professional Shooto title fight -77.1 kg (5×5 minutes)
Daniel Huchler (FightFever Bruchsal) vs. Selvin Ramcilovic (German Top Team)
Professional Shooto Women -63,0 kg (3×5 minutes)
Iryna Godynets (Shidokan Ukraine) vs. Judith Ruis (Budokeller Bonlanden)
Professional Shooto -70,3 kg (3×5 minutes)
Emanuele Zardo (Shooto Italy) vs. Sven Fortenbacher (German Top Team)
Professional Shooto -65,8 kg (3×5 minutes)
Enrico di Gangi (Shooto Italy) vs. Amin Aichele (German Top Team)
Professional Shooto Women -50,0 kg (3×5 minutes)
Bestare Kicaj (Team Nippon/Switzerland) vs. Tanja Angerer (A-Team Martial Arts)
Professional Shooto -77,1 kg (3×5 minutes)
Oleg Bernc (Renzo Gracie Hamburg) vs. Jonathan Estedt (German Top Team)
Final fights of the 18th European Shooto Championships