RoK Super 70:

4-Men Elimination Tournament

Last year ROK did two 4-men tournaments. One in 63,5 kg in which Hamza Bougamza was crowned the winner, and the other in Super Heavyweight (Open weight +96,2 kg) won by Simon Ogolla.
This year, the 4-men tournament will be organized in the 70 kg division (or -69,9 kg/154 lbs also called Junior Middle weight).

The first two semi finals of the tournament will go under so called Modified Muaythai Rules or what in some European or Asian countries is known as K-1 rules. That means that no elbow strikes will be permitted.
The tournament final, which takes place approximately one hour after the second semi-final, will go under full Muaythai Rules allowing Elbow strikes.
The rounds will be 3 x 3 minutes. 1 extra round can be given if the fight is scored to a Draw after 3 rounds. In that case, the extra round will be the only round scored after which a winner will be announced.
Usage of Clinch is limited to only when very active and dangerous. This applies to all RoK fights.

The 4 fighters chosen are presented here below:


Total Fighting record: 44-15-6 with 19 KO’s

Former WMC Spanish Champion

Youssef is a 31 year old Moroccan fighter, living in Barcelona. He is fighting out of Internacional Gym Canovelles, but also trains a lot at Kyshenko Gym in Barcelona.

We don’t know much about Youssef but his latest win in Thai Fight Barcelona over the Thai super star Saiyok pumpangmuang, caused headlines all over Spain and Thailand.

Youssef is fighting Sanny Dahlbeck from Stockholm in the tournament’s first semi-final.


Pro Muaythai record: 14-8-0
Am Muaythai record: 29-5-0

5 TIMES Swedish Muaythai Champion
2010 IFMA Nordic Amateur Muaythai Champion
2011 WMC Nordic Professional Muaythai Champion
2015 YOKKAO 70 kg Champion
2012 GLORY World Series Bronze medallist
2015 & 2017 K-1 Max World GP semi finalist

Sanny Dahlbeck does not need any introduction to the Swedish Muaythai audience. He is probably the biggest star of the Swedish Muaythai scene today and has fought several times on Rumble of the Kings events.
Sanny made his first appearance on ROK in 2011, in which he fought a -66,6 kg 4-men tournament. He won and this qualified him to the ROK produced Glory 1 in Stockholm the following year. In Glory 1, he defeated Warren Stevelsman, which took him to Glory 3. There he defeated the Japanese top fighter Yoshihiro Sato and later the same night lost to the Dutch super star – and later on Glory Champion – Robin van Roosmalen.

Today, Sanny is fighting out of Odenplan Fight Gym. He is also a well-known photo model outside his professional fighting carrier.

Sanny has fought opponents such as Sergei Kuileba, Robin van Roosmalen, Yoshihiro Kido and defeated fighters like Yoshihiro Sato, David Teymur, Petchmai Lukbonmee and Martin Akhtar.

Sanny is fighting Youssef El Hadmi from Morocco in the tournament’s first semi-final.


Pro Muaythai record: 29-25-0
Pro Kickboxing/K-1 record: 8-2-0
Pro MMA record: 3-4-1

Am Muaythai record: 8-0-0
Am Kickboxing record: 54-8-0
Am Boxing record: 10-2-0

Draka World Champion 2011
IFMA Amateur European Muaythai Champion 2006
WKA Amateur European Kickboxing Champion 2005

Egon Racz is a 30 years old Slovakian fighter. He started his fighting carrier with Karate at the age of 8 and switched over to Kickboxing at the age of 15. After finishing high school, he moved to Thailand, where he started training at Jitty’s Gym in Bangkok. After his fight with SUDSAKORN In 2006, he moved to Ubon, to Legacy gym, where he spent 4 years fighting all around Asia in such as Hongkong’s I-1, China’s Art of war, Russia’s Draka etc.
After his Thailand years, Egon moved to Holland to Mikes gym for 2 years, training with fighters such as Artur Kyshenko and fighting around Europe before moving back to Slovakia, where he lives now.
He is training in Fighting gym Bratislava.

Egon is fighting Magnus Andersson from Halmstad in the tournament’s second semi-final.


Pro Muaythai record: 9-4-0
Am Muaythai record: 22-5-0

MAX Muaythai Champion 2017
Nordic Muaythai Champion
Swedish Muaythai Champion 2015
IFMA Silver medallist in Muaythai European Championship 2016
IFMA Bronze medallist in Muaythai World Championship 2016

Magnus Andersson is a 23 years old Swedish fighter from Oskarstrom, outside Halmstad. He started to training Muaythai at the age of 15 and it soon became his prio no. 1 in life.

”I knew from the start that one day, I would become a professional fighter.”

Since then, Magnus has had 40 fights. He has won gold in both Swedish and Nordic Muaythai Championships and also managed to get several medals in international Muaythai events.

In June this year, he got an offer to fight on Top King World Series, in their 70kg tournament. Within 2 weeks, he had quit his job as a carpenter and boarded a plane to Thailand with only a one-way ticket. 3 weeks after his fight on Top King, he also entered the MAX Muaythai 70 kg tournament in which he was crowned the Champion.
Today, Magnus is living in Phuket and works as a professional fighter. He fights on big events around Asia and has fought well known opponents such as Yodwicha, Andrei kulebin and Sirimongkol. 

“I’m really looking forward to fight in Sweden again, in my home country in front of all my fans and I will deliver a hell of a show on November 25:th, just as I always do”

Magnus is fighting Egon Racz from Bratislava in the tournament’s second semi-final.