Published: 2017-11-11 17:07
Last Updated: 2017-11-12 09:51
Jordanian MMA fighter Oday Abu Hasweh won the 23rd Hungarian Kickboxing World Cup 2017 on Saturday, which took place in Budapest.
Abu Hasweh clinched the 63.5kg category, beating Kazakhstan kickboxer Didar Dolbaiv to the title, reported Ammon News.
The Jordanian champ won the same title six years ago in Ireland, according to Khaberni News.
Abu Hasweh’s teammate from the national team, Ali Khalaf, was in the semifinal after beating Bulgaria’s Koshkov Tsfozar, 3-0, in quarter-final of the -75kg category, but he did not make it to the finals.
The Kickboxing World Cup Championship has seen a high level of competition this year, with 1560 players participating from 60 countries around the world.