Bogdan Stoica

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Bogdan Stoica
Born January 28, 1990 (1990-01-28) (age 27)
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Weight 87 kg (190 lb, 13.7 st)
Division Heavyweight
Style Qingda
Fighting out of Bucharest, Romania
Team Respect Gym București
Local Kombat Team
Trainer Alin Panaite
Kickboxing record
Total 32
Wins 30
By knockout 24
Losses 2
Draws 0
last updated on: June 3, 2011

Bogdan Stoica (born January 28, 1990)[1] is a Romanian kickboxer fighting in the Local Kombat and SuperKombat promotions. He comes from a Qingda background.


In November 2011, the Local Kombat promoter, Eduard Irimia, announced the promotion signed the Respect Gym fighter, Bogdan Stoica, along his brother Andrei also member of the same gym. Both were seen as potential K-1 fighters.[2]

Bogdan Stoica made his debut in the Local Kombat promotion, scoring a knockout in the second round over the brother of Dževad Poturak, Dženan, in an event which took place in Sibiu, Romania.[3]

In February 2011, he scored a shockingly violent knockout in the first round over the Dutch Muay Thai fighter, Fred Sikking. It was probably the biggest win of Stoica's career and the only second KO in over 50 matches suffered by Sikking who is currently trained by the K-1 star, Remy Bonjasky. The event took place in Sofia, Bulgaria.[4]

Titles and achievements

  • 2011 WAKO-Pro -88.68 kg Intercontinental Title
  • 2009 National Qingda champion

Kickboxing record

Kickboxing Record

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See also


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