|Emil Zahariev vs. Nandor Guelmino
WFC 17: OLIMP Live & Fight
okt 21, 2012
|Nandor Guelmino vs. Ajlin Ahmic
WFC 12: Proteini.si Showtime
dec 19, 2010
|Submission (Guillotine Choke)
|Nandor Guelmino vs. Ben Smith
WFC 11: Bash At The Beach
jul 31, 2010
|Submission (Triangle Choke)
|Andreas Kraniotakes vs. Nandor Guelmino
WFC 9: Restart
dec 20, 2009
|TKO (Ground and Pound)
Nandor Guelmino, started training martial arts at a very young age and gained black belt in taekwondo at the ahe of 14. At the age of 16 he completed the second Dan.
After that he started with bodybuilding and gained 25 pounds of muscle in a few years. He started training MMA right after he saw the first event on TV when he was working as a bodyguard in Saudi Arabia.
At that time there was only a small school in the seventh district of Vienna, which offered Martial Arts. His first Trainer there was Fritz Kern who taught him the basis for ground fighting. Later he switched to Fox Gym where he trained bodybuilding and jiu-jitsu.
In December 2006 Nandor had his first MMA fight against a professional boxer, which he dominated the entire fight but a draw was ultimately judged (because no judges were present). After some struggle he got the chance in 2008 to fight against Semmy Schilt (3-time K1 champion at the time). It was Nandors fifth fight and a great experience. Thanks to his good performance he became the first Austrian who got the chance to fight for the WFC.
At WFC 17 on October 21, 2012, he became WFC Heavyweight Champion when he defeated Emil Zahariev from Bulgaria.
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