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Gregory Tony Bio

Grégory Tony (born 27 May 1978) is a French super heavyweight kickboxer and professional boxer fighting out of Paris. He is three time French kickboxing champion, three time French muaythai champion, one time French boxing champion, two time European kickboxing champion, one time Intercontinental muaythai champion and two time muaythai world champion.


  • 1 Biography and career
  • 2 Titles
    • 2.1 Kickboxing
    • 2.2 Muaythai
    • 2.3 Professional boxing
  • 3 Fight record
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Biography and career

On April 7. 2012 he faced Igor Mihaljevic for vacant W.A.K.O. Pro heavyweight title, he won the title by knockout in fourth round with numerous low kicks.

He faced Igor Jurkovic at Glory 2: Brussels on October 6, 2012 in Brussels, Belgium and lost via TKO due to body shots in the second round.

As the W.K.N. World K-1 Rules Super-Heavyweight title bout in Draguignan, France on June 14, 2014 against Alex Rossi was canceled due to heavy rain floods, Gregory fought for the W.K.N. World Title but against Dmytro Bezus on October 18, 2014. Beating Bezus on points he became first W.K.N. super-heavyweight K-1 rules champion of the world. On 13 December 2014 in Dombasle, France he defended his W.K.N. title by KO win in Round 2 against Serbian Milan Dasic. On March 26, 2016 in Guadeloupe, Caribbean, he will be fighting Jiri Stariat from Czech Republic in his second W.K.N. title defense.

Tony is expected to fight Bob Sapp in the main event at Fight Night Saint Tropez on August 4, 2017.



  • 2014 WKN World K-1 Rules Super-Heavyweight Champion +96,6 kg (3 Title Def.)
  • 2012 WAKO Pro World Low-Kick Rules Super-Heavyweight champion +94.2 kg
  • 2008 King Of The Ring of KO World Series in Auckland
  • 2007 K-1 Rules Kick Tournament in Marseilles runner up
  • 2006 K-1 Canarias runner up
  • 2006 I.S.K.A. Intercontinental Freestyle Rules champion
  • 2005 K-1 France Grand Prix in Marseilles runner up
  • 2003 K-1 World Grand Prix Preliminary France champion
  • 2002 K-1 World Grand Prix Preliminary Marseilles champion
  • 2001 WIKDF Drakka Fight Intercontinental Kickboxing champion
  • 2000 WPKA European champion
  • 2000 WPKA Amateur European Kickboxing champion
  • 2000 French Kickboxing champion
  • 1996 French Kickboxing champion
  • 1995 French Kickboxing champion


  • 2005 WKBC World Muaythai champion (1 Title Defense)
  • 2000 French Muaythai champion
  • 1999 French Muaythai champion
  • 1996 French Muaythai champion

Professional boxing

  • 2009 French Boxing champion
  • 2008 French Boxing Heavyweight Tournament champion

Fight record

MMA record Boxing record

Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

See also

External links

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