Greek-Australian Kickboxer Toli Koutsimanis to Fight Heavyweight Title Bout

(Melbourn, Australia) – Toli Koutsimanis, a kickboxer from Melbourne, Australia, is scheduled to fight a heavyweight title bout on March 31, 2017. He currently has an undefeated record and he will be fighting in his first ever heavyweight title match against the current Victoria Heavyweight Title Champion, Mini Nachar. The winner of the fight will be the new Victoria Heavyweight Champion, or IKBF.

Koutsimanis first started his professional career back in April of 2016. He won that first match and has never looked back. When he first began his career he said, “I would like to thank all of my family, friends, sponsors and supporters for their ongoing support. A special thanks goes out to my trainers John Scida and Joe Demicoli of Team Ultimate in St Albans, and close friends Tom Goulos and Paul Mihtatidis for their unconditional support and guidance.” If he wins this match, this will be his first heavyweight title of his professional career.

It is true that Toli is undefeated in all of his professional matches. However, it is well understood that he needs to take his fighting to another level if he is going to beat Mini Nachar. To prepare for the fight, he’s been training hard at the Team Ultimate Headquarters with individuals like John Scida, Joe Demicoli, Stan Longinidis, and elite kickboxers from all over Australia.

Koutsimanis also speaks often about how proud he is of his Greek heritage. He said that he works hard to make his fans in Greece, Australia, and all over the world proud. He told Neos Kosmos, “Even though my last fight was a victory, I could not allow that to breed complacency. I set new goals for myself and this time it wasn’t all about building physical strength, it was about reconnecting body, mind and spirit, improving clarity, vision and focus. I am a strong believer that your mind will always carry your body to wherever it needs to go, irrespective of any physical limitations. My overseas trip to Greece was about getting closer to my spiritual side. I have strong religious beliefs and I feel privileged to be in this position.”

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