Karate Combat: Season 4 - featuring Georges St-Pierre and Stephen ‘Wonderboy’ Thompson in sensei roles - will premiere on Saturday, May 14 on streaming platforms, linear broadcast, and social networks worldwide.
The season will consist of four events, culminating in a live broadcast that fans can attend in Orlando, Florida, on June 25th.
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You can get a brief summary of Season 4 events and air dates here, or scroll further below for more details:
Event 1: Saturday, May 14
Ross "Turbo" Levine takes on bitter rival "The Iberian Bull" Igor de Castañeda
Event 2: Saturday, May 28
World Lightweight Champion Edgars Skrivers defends his title against "The Pitbull" Luiz Rocha
Event 3: Saturday, June 11
The Karate G.O.A.T. Rafael Aghayev returns to fight Zsolt "The Soldier" Habda
Event 4: Saturday, June 25
LIVE Broadcast featuring Two World Championship Fights, plus Special Headline Bout
Among the elite black belt karateka competing in full-contact professional fights this season are Karate Combat World Lightweight Champion Edgars ‘The Bearslayer’ Skrivers, American middleweight contender Ross ‘Turbo’ Levine, and Olympic silver medalist Rafael Aghayev, an all-time great competitor described as “the Michael Jordan of karate” by his peers.
Levine, a training partner of UFC contender Calvin Kattar and winner of the 2019 GLORY Kickboxing Knockout of The Year, headlines the Saturday, May 14 card in a high-stakes showdown with heavy-handed rival Igor ‘The Iberian Bull’ de Castañeda, with the two riding a river of bad blood in a fight which sends the winner forward for a shot at the Karate Combat World Middleweight Championship later this year.
On Saturday, May 28, reigning Karate Combat World Lightweight Champion Skrivers headlines in a title defense against Brazilian contender Luiz Victor Rocha. A member of the Pitbull Brothers team, Rocha scored a brutal stoppage in his last Karate Combat appearance and hopes to repeat the feat against the dominant champion.
Having written his name into the record books with a silver medal at last year’s Tokyo Olympics, Aghayev returns to the full-contact professional side of the sport on Saturday, June 11. Coming off a stoppage win in his last outing, Hungarian special forces trooper Zsolt ‘Soldier’ Habda is channeling every ounce of focus into the toughest test of his career.
To conclude the season, Karate Combat will head to Orlando, Florida for the Karate Combat Season 4 Finale on Saturday, June 25, where St-Pierre and 'Wonderboy' Thompson will be ringside for a card currently anticipated to host at least two world title fights plus several special guests. This special card to be announced soon.