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K-1 is a combat sport that combines stand up techniques from Muay Thai, Karate, Taekwondo, Savate, San shou, Kickboxing and traditional Boxing to determine in a one-night tournament the single best stand-up fighter in the world.

The K of K-1 is taken from the initials of these standing fighting sports, such as karate, kickboxing, kung-fu, Kyokushin, and Kempo.


The K-1 organization's governing body is Fighting and Entertainment Group (FEG). They organize a variety of fightsport events in Japan and around the world. There are K-1 Regional Elimination Tournaments which qualify fighters for the K-1 World Grand Prix, along with licensed K-1 Fighting Network events designed to develop new talent internationally and there is also a 70.5kg (155lb) Super Middleweight division called K-1 MAX ("Middleweight Artistic Xtreme").
In 2007, K-1 introduced a two new Title belts separate from K-1 World GP Champions, Super Heavyweight World Title for fighters over 100kg/220lbs and Heavyweight World Title for fighters under 100kg/156-220lbs. FEG also promotes HERO's mixed martial arts events.


The sport was first formed by Kazuyoshi Ishii, a former Kyokushin karate practicioner who had formed his own organization, Seido-kaikan karate, in 1980. Seido-kaikan arranged several successful challenge events against other martial arts organizations, originally using rules based on the Kyokushin Knockdown karate rules, but gradually adapting and changing closer to kickboxing rules. In 1993 Mr. Ishii founded the K-1 organization exclusively as a kickboxing organization.

K-1 has developed into a huge event unprecedented in fighting sports with TV tie-ups.
During the progressive era from 1997 to 2000, it was a time for considering how to improve K-1 events. As the number and quality of fighters increased, the K-1 Grand Prix, originally held with just 8 fighters, has developed into a high-level convention with tough elimination rounds starting with 300 fighters.

After the recession years 2002-3, K-1 returned to excellence. The 2005 main event, the World GP Final, attracted a sellout crowd of 58,213 to the Tokyo Dome and is broadcast in more than 90 countries. 2007, a network of overseas broadcasters brought World GP action to television viewers in 135 countries.


/source: wikipedia/



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