“Kick fighter” Gym was founded by the trainer Evgeni Dobrotvorski in 1989 after his return from Afghanistan. Official registration of the club was held on January 14, 1992. This date is considered the “birthday” of the club.
Tatyana Anzhenko from Kick Fighter was the 1st Soviet Union sportswoman that win medal of World kickboxing championships in 1991 in London. On the period from 1989 to 2014 our Gym fighters won the biggest number of medals on the World and European championships not only in Belarus but in the World also. 24 World amateur champions was prepared in our Gym + 22 World junior champions! This is absolute record! Most famous amateur and professional world champions are:
Andrei Kulebin — 25 times, Dmitry Valent — 14 times, Veronika Dombrovskaya — 14 times, Dmitry Shakuta — 12 times, Vasily Shish – 5 times, Andrei Kotsur – 4 times, Darya Masharo – 3 times, Ekaterina Vandarieva – 3 times, Ekaterina Izotova – 3 times, Alexei Pekarchyk &, Mariya Belush, Maryna Kalinina & Andrei Zayats — 2 times…
In Kick Fighter Gym were prepared most number of professional world champions:
• Andrei Kulebin — 14 World belts •Dmitry Shakuta — 9 World belts • Dmitry Valent — 9 World belts • Andrei Kotsur — 4 World belts • Vasily Shish — 3 World belts • Alexei Pekarchyk — 3 World belts • Evgeni Gvozdev — 1 World belt • Denis Varaxa — 2 World belts • Ekaterina Izotova 1 World belt • Ekaterina Vandarieva 1 World belt • Andrei Zayats 1 World belt
From 1999 to 2003 & from 2006 to 2014 years «Kick Fighter» Gym was N1 in all National Muay Thai Championships.
Head Coach: Evgeni Dobrotvorski founder of Kick boxing & Muay Thai in Belarus .
Gym Coaches: Yury Varaxa Andrei Kotsur Dmitry Valent Maryna Kalinina Maxim Maruga Andrei Zayats Sergei Shimanski Arseni Babyak Elena Kuchinskaya Oganez Safaryan
All info and video of our best champions look here:
Video about our champions
Gym History with photos and video