Xhavit Bajrami

Xhavit Bajrami (born October 30, 1975) is an Albanian-Swiss former kickboxer who competed in the heavyweight division.wikipedia
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Lloyd van Dams

Advancing to the finals, he faced another close fight against Lloyd van Dams but took a unanimous decision after an extra round once again to win the tournament and qualify for the 1999 K-1 World Grand Prix, the gathering of the world's sixteen best heavyweights.
After beating Matt Skelton in the semi-finals he lost to Xhavit Bajrami at the finals.

Andy Hug

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A Seido karate practitioner and Andy Hug student, Bajrami built up an undefeated record domestically before he was recruited by K-1 where he won the K-1 Braves '99 tournament and finished as runner-up in two other tournaments.
Around this time, Hug also turned his hand to training other competitors at his facility in Lucerne, Switzerland, bringing through the next generation of Swiss heavyweights in Xhavit Bajrami, Björn Bregy and Petar Majstorović as well as foreign talent such as Michael McDonald.

Dumosh

A Kosovar Albanian, Bajrami was born in Dumosh, SFR Yugoslavia (now Kosovo) in 1975.

Jerrel Venetiaan

He avenged his loss to Jörgen Kruth by taking an extension round split decision over the Swede at the first round but was then eliminated by the eventual tournament winner Jerrel Venetiaan in the semis.
In kickboxing, he was the champion of two K-1 GPs and defeated talented kickboxers such as Remy Bonjasky, Bjorn Bregy, Xhavit Bajrami and Jorgen Kruth.

Petar Majstorović

Petar Majstorovic
Going up against fellow Swiss-based karateka Petar Majstorović in the tournament final, Bajrami lost by decision after an extra round was needed to separate the pair.

Jörgen Kruth

Jorgen Kruth
He was able to go past Belgian duo Peter Bamoshi and Marc de Wit, respectively, before being stopped with a devastating high kick by Jörgen Kruth in the final.

Dragan Jovanović (kickboxer)

Dragan Jovanović
After TKOing Dragan Jovanović at the quarter-final stage, he took a unanimous points victory over Siniša Pulyak in the semis.

Chakuriki Gym

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Following the sudden passing of his trainer Andy Hug in August 2000, Bajrami relocated to the Netherlands to train under Peter Aerts and Rene Rooze at Chakuriki Gym.

Alexander Ustinov

He knocked out Alessandro D'Ambrossio in the first round at the Night of Fighters 4 event in Bern, Switzerland but then dropped a decision to giant Russian Alexander Ustinov in Moscow a month later.

Mirko Cro Cop

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He defeated Siniša Andrijašević by technical knockout in the quarter-finals when his opponent was not allowed continue on the advice of the doctor, and then faced Mirko Cro Cop at the semi-final stage.

Martin Holm

Then, in what would be his last ever match in K-1, Bajrami took a unanimous decision victory over Martin Holm at the K-1 World Grand Prix 2004 in Nagoya on June 6, 2004.
In 2004, after his fight against Albanian Xhavit Bajrami, Martin Holm retired from fighting in order to focus on his family and newborn son.

Stefan Leko

Stefan "Blitz" Leko
After going 1-1 in the first half of the year with a decision loss to Stefan Leko at K-1 The Millennium in Osaka on April 23, 2000 and a points win over Samir Benazzouz at K-1 Fight Night 2000 in Zurich on June 3, 2000, Bajrami was invited to compete in the K-1 Grand Prix Europe 2000 in Zagreb, Croatia on September 1, 2000.

World Kickboxing Network

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On December 18, 2010, Bajrami became a world champion for the second time with a third round low kick stoppage of Dawid Trólka in Zurich to take the WKN World Super Heavyweight (+96.6 kg/213 lb) Muay Thai belt.
Some of the notable champions are Samir Mohamed, Tyrone Spong, Jerome Le Banner, Batu Khasikov, Nathan Corbett, John Wayne Parr, Artem Levin, Riyadh Al-Azzawi, Jorge Cali, Vladimir Mineev, Andrei Kulebin, Yohan Lidon, Xhavit Bajrami, Dmitry Shakuta, Alexander Ustinov, Daniel Ghiță, Cătălin Moroșanu, Lucian Danilencu, Ionuț Atodiresei, Amancio Paraschiv, Ionuț Iftimoaie, Nicolas Wamba, Siniša Kovačić, Ekaterina Vandaryeva., Ondřej Hutník, Youssef Boughanem., Brandon Vieira, Federico Roma, Gary Hamilton.

Vitali Akhramenko

On September 18, 2004, he lost to Vitali Akhramenko via decision after five rounds of fighting in Basel, Switzerland.

Peter Graham (fighter)

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On March 6, 2004, Bajrami was crowned the ISKA World Super Heavyweight (+96.4 kg/212 lb) Muay Thai Champion when he beat Australia's Peter Graham by decision in his birth city of Pristina, Kosovo.

Paul Slowinski

Paul "The Sting" Slowinski
Bajrami dropped a decision to Polish-Australian Muay Thai stylist Paul Slowinski in Switzerland on May 26, 2006, but followed it up with a third-round KO win over Tumelo Maphutha in South Africa five months later to set up a rematch with Slowinski on November 11, 2006 in Macau with the vacant WMC World Super Heavyweight (+95 kg/209.4 lb) Championship on the line this time.

Freddy Kemayo

He ended the year with a controversial defence of his ISKA world title on November 21, 2009 in Pristina, Kosovo against fellow K-1 veteran Freddy Kemayo.

Jaideep Singh

Singh Jaideep
In what is generally considered to be a biased hometown decision, Bajrami defended his ISKA strap against Indian challenger Singh Jaideep in Lucerne on July 2, 2011.

James Phillips (kickboxer)

James Phillips
He then went 1-1 in 2005 with a split decision win over James Phillips and a loss at the hands of Karl Glyschinsky.

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Xhavit Bajrami (born October 30, 1975) is an Albanian-Swiss former kickboxer who competed in the heavyweight division.

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Xhavit Bajrami (born October 30, 1975) is an Albanian-Swiss former kickboxer who competed in the heavyweight division.

Seidokaikan

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A Seido karate practitioner and Andy Hug student, Bajrami built up an undefeated record domestically before he was recruited by K-1 where he won the K-1 Braves '99 tournament and finished as runner-up in two other tournaments.

Karate

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A Seido karate practitioner and Andy Hug student, Bajrami built up an undefeated record domestically before he was recruited by K-1 where he won the K-1 Braves '99 tournament and finished as runner-up in two other tournaments.

K-1

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A Seido karate practitioner and Andy Hug student, Bajrami built up an undefeated record domestically before he was recruited by K-1 where he won the K-1 Braves '99 tournament and finished as runner-up in two other tournaments.