Stanislav Jankovic (2001-2008)
Cédric Taymans (2005-2007)
Amir Ghomi (2004)
Michalis Skouroumounis (1995-2001 & 2008-2011)
Semi-Pro MMA Career – Unified MMA Rules
Throughout his semi-pro career he fought in four different shows in two different countries. His experience and background in judo facilitated his transition to MMA and proved to be the effective culmination in many of his fights. In 2016 he won the Title of the biggest all-in amateur mixed martial arts competition of its kind at the time, which was structured in order to provide Cage Warriors organisation with the best and most legitimate stars. It offered exposure, credibility and experience unlikely to be found in any other amateur MMA show in the world. While fighting at an amateur level he fought twice the ranked No.1 amateur in Europe and in 2014 the No.2 in the world an IMMAF Silver Medallist in a fight where he won by unanimous decision. During that time, he had received the “fight of the night” award and twice the “performance of the night” award.
Professional MMA Career
Tricomitis made his professional debut in 2017 at AFC 5 and took on a very tough Slovakian fighter with six wins and two losses which was 4-0 as an amateur and 2-2 as a pro, where he won the fight by unanimous decision. In just his second professional bout he fought for a European MMA Title under the ISKA against a French mixed martial art Champion at the PFC 3, in which he won by 1st round submission. In 2018 he became the first ever mixed martial artist from either Greece or Cyprus to fight and win in Cage Warriors which is under the UFC. At the fight he fought the two-times British Champion who was previously 7-0 as an amateur and ranked No.1 in Europe by Tapology. He won while showcasing some spectacular judo techniques which are very rarely seen in mma. Towards the end of 2018 he fought at the AFC 10 and won by TKO in the first round and in 2019 he fought for the MCP EuroBalkan MMA Title against a former K1 Champion where he won by TKO in the Co-Main event.