Stan Longinidis - Titles and Accomplishments

Titles and Accomplishments

  • 1998 WKBF World Heavyweight champion
  • 1996 WMTC World Heavyweight champion
  • 1994 WAKO World Super Heavyweight champion
  • 1993 ISKA World Heavyweight champion (Freestyle Rules)
  • 1992 ISKA World Heavyweight champion (Oriental Rules)
  • 1992 WKA World Super Heavyweight champion
  • 1991 WKA World Junior Heavyweight champion
  • 1990 KICK World Super Heavyweight Full Contact champion
  • 1989 Intercontinental Heavyweight champion
  • 1989 United States Heavyweight champion
  • 1988 North American Heavyweight champion
  • 1988 North American Heavyweight champion
  • 1989 United States Heavyweight champion

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