WKN WORLD OFFICE MAKE AGREEEMENT WITH SWEDISH KICKBOXING FEDERATION !
WKN WORLD PRESIDENT AFTER FEWS WEEKS OF AGREMENT WITH PRESIDENT OF SWEDISH KICKBOXING FEDERATION Mr HAKAN OZAN GET A SUCCESFULL AGREMENT TOGETHER TO HAVE THE WKN REPRESENTED IN THE COUNTRY .
THE FIRST WKN EVENT WILL BE PROMOTED IN OCTOBER 13 WITH 2 WKN MAJOR CHAMPIONSHIP IN A FIGHT SERIE CALLED “ SUPREMACY “ !
· MAIN EVENT WILL BE :
WKN WORLD KICKBOXING CHAMPIONSHIP / ORIENTALES RULES / 5×3 mn / -92,500 kg
Tofan PIRANI ( SWEDEN ) vs tba
WKN EUROPEAN KICKBOXING CHAMPIONSHIP / ORIENTALES RULES / 5×3 mn / -88,500 kg
Sadibou SY ( SWEDEN ) vs tba
WELCOME TO SWEDEN INTO THE WKN FAMILY !
Håkan Ozan Tale of the tape / CV
Hakan was born in January 1972 and today has three children between the ages of eight and twenty. He lives with his fiancée in a nice house just outside the centre of Stockholm.
As a professional he is the Director of a research centre at Uppsala University. He holds a master’s degree in computer science and a bachelor’s degree in economics with several years as a senior business strategy expert and is known as a serial entrepreneur in the IT industry.
Hakan started practicing kickboxing and muaythai in 1986 and has been pursuing it ever since. He has had some 70 fights altogether, including a large set of professional fights in Thailand, and a number of world-, European-, and Nordic championship medals along the way.
Having held many board positions in various companies and organizations, Hakan entered as President of the Swedish Kickboxing Federation in 2009, a position he still holds. As such he has been very active in establishing the pro section of the federation and he is currently appointed National Pro Promoter for Sweden. He is also the founder of a new kickboxing fighting series to be launched in the autumn of 2012, focusing on organizing international high-class pro kickboxing events in the Nordics and Europe.
Hakan has a very strong driving force both to help establish a stronger pro scene in Sweden and to promote the excellent Swedish fighters for international events.