Season four of Karate Combat will debut in May.
The first episode of the fourth season is set for May 14. In the featured bout, Edgars Skrivers defends his title.
Skrivers meets Luiz Victor Rocha, along with Ross Levine vs. Igor de Castaneda in a title-eliminator.
All events will air live from Orlando. The four cards are set for May 14, May 28, June 11 and June 25. The likes of Georges St-Pierre, Lyoto Machida and Stephen Thompson will all be involved.
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 Thompson will be ringside for a card currently anticipated to host at least two world title fights plus several special guests. This special card will be announced soon.
“Our mission is to be the world’s most original, most entertaining fight promotion and give the fans what they want to see. We take things to new heights with every season and on every level, from production to broadcast talent to matchmaking, and we’re going to do it again with ‘Karate Combat: Season 4’,” said Adam Kovacs, Karate Combat President.