Superkombat Fighting Championship ring announcer, Francisca, has released her first song under a new stage name – Ciska. She is the first in her combat sports profession to receive an exclusive songwriter contract.
The song ‘Champion’ is a true summer latino anthem that is a perfect fit for workout, gym sessions but also parties and clubs.
The young singer has a history in music, entertainment and sport. In 2015 she has the opportunity to work with Eduard Irimia, the CEO of SuperKombat Fighting Championship, and became the official ring announcer for the galas inside the circuit. The events have been broadcast on all continents and in the USA on CBS Sports Network.
As Ciska says: “It was a great opportunity for me to be part of it. I immediately connected with everything that SuperKombat stands for: Adrenaline, power, passion. I felt amazing having the opportunity to witness how a true champion’s mentality is like. It inspired me in such a way that I redefined everything about myself and now I’m releasing my first song that relates to what I’ve witnessed in the ring. I’m on my way to becoming a champion myself and I already got positive responses from multiple fighters that they’ll support me on this beautiful road that I’ve chosen.”
The song will be promoted alongside multiple sport personalities from the fighting area, being part of a motivational campaign – #WhyImAChampion where everyone involved can share their definition of a champion.
‘Champion’ is an ambitious project that will conquer the dancefloors around the world with its vibe. It’s motivational yet sexy, strong yet emotional and it defines the only mindset that counts – winning like a champion.
Superkombat FC was founded by Eduard Irimia in January, 2011 and since then it’s in a continuous growth worldwide. Superkombat is one of the largest martial arts promotion in Europe, featuring most of the top-ranked fighters in the sport and is ranked as the Europe’s premier kickboxing league. Based in Bucharest, Romania, Superkombat produces events worldwide and promotes a brand of professional kickboxing which is self-acknowledged as not just a sporting event, but also entertainment.