K-1 - List of K-1 World Champions - K-1 World MAX Champions

K-1 World MAX Champions

Year Champion Nationality Runner-up Nationality
2002 Albert Kraus Netherlands Kaolan Kaovichit Thailand
2003 Masato Japan Albert Kraus Netherlands
2004 Buakaw Por.Pramuk Thailand Masato Japan
2005 Andy Souwer Netherlands Buakaw Por.Pramuk Thailand
2006 Buakaw Por.Pramuk Thailand Andy Souwer Netherlands
2007 Andy Souwer Netherlands Masato Japan
2008 Masato Japan Artur Kyshenko Ukraine
2009 Giorgio Petrosyan Italy Andy Souwer Netherlands
2010 Giorgio Petrosyan Italy Yoshihiro Sato Japan
2012 TBD {{}} TBD {{}}

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