2011, 2014 WBF World Champion – Professional Boxing
2009 World Champion – Kyokushin Karate
2007 WAKO World Champion – Kick-Boxing
7's Rugby Player and Fitness Coach
Professional Boxing 2009 - 2016
Zatyko vs. Hammer on Klitschko - Pianeta card this Saturday, May 4th 2013 in Mannheim, Germany
When Wladimir Klitschko defends four heavyweight world titles against Francesco Pianeta on Saturday May 4 2013 at the SAP Arena in Mannheim, Germany, two undefeated World Boxing Federation World Champions will clash in a very interesting match-up on the undercard.
WBF Women`s World Super Middleweight Champion Zita Zatyko will defend her crown against World Middleweight titlist Christina Hammer on the masive show televised by RTL in Germany and promoted by K2 Promotions and SES Boxing.
32-year-old Hungarian Zatyko 15-0-1 (11), won the WBF World Super Middleweight title in November 2011 with a decision over compatriot Diana Kiss in hometown Szekszard. Since then injuries kept her out of the ring for a year, before she returned to action last November with a stoppage of Senegalese Esther Cloete in a non-title bout.
Her first title-defense against Hammer, 13-0 (7), will be a real female Super Fight, as both are arguably number one in their respective weight classes, and considering the fact that around forty thousand spectators will be in attendance and millions will potentially watch on TV, it rarely gets any bigger than this for women`s boxing.
In recognition of Zita Zatyko achievements in sport boxing, the Chairman of the Hungarian Boxing Federation appoints ZATYKO ZITA to be the best female professional boxer of the year of 2010.
Dr. Csotonyi Sandor
Kyokushin Karate 1994 - 2017
World Cup in Osaka: Zita Zatyko won the gold medal!
The just arrived home from Japan Kyokushin RENGOKAI domestic representative of the Hungarian Federation of Kyokushin small number of team achieved great success.
The Hungarian Kyokushin Federation`s best fighter 28th of June World Cup competed for by the International Karate Organization Kyokushinkaikan All Japan Kyokushin Union organized in Osaka. There were 115 male and female fighters of 28 countries. Sensei Imre Kardos leader of Ichiro Dojo two competitors representing from Hungary: the heavyweight senpai Zita Zatyko, the middleweight division is senpai Zsuzsanna Florian. After serious preparations, with high hopes of traveling, karate originated from the five continents with the best win on their skills. Zita Zatyko experienced competitor entered the tatami: Autralian, Chinese and Japenese opponents beating marched to the final. Zita won again so the World Cup winner has been. Young talent Zsuzsanna Florian also defeated Australian received. The Dutch finals opponenet proved to be better, unfortunately. Third of place again in a fight with Japanese competitors which after several extensions have lost weight difference in the game and the fourth place finish in the competition. Competition itself was very good atmosphere, well organized event where competitors were fair, but very tough fights. The judges decided correctly. Organizers of the World Cup courtesy of a fantastic sayonara party.
14th July 2009
senpai Zita Zatyko, sensei Imre Kardos and
senpai Zsuzsanna Florian
TRANSLATION FROM HUNGARIAN TO ENGLISH LANGUAGE
It is hereby certified that the following information is taken from the original Plaque, which is issued by the HUNGARIAN KARATE ASSOCIATION in Hungary.
THE HUNGARIAN KARATE ASSOCIATION
on behalf of the MKSZ Chairmanship, we are gratefully appreciating Ms. ZATYKO ZITA
for the outstanding achievements, success, and the international recognition in the year of 2010.
Dr. Meszaros Janos
Kick-Boxing 2007 - 2008
MINISTERIAL CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION
IN RECOGNITION OF HER OURSTANDING SPORT PERFORMANCES AND ACHIEVMENTS IN THE YEAR OF 2007.
Issued in Budapest, 02.14.2008.
Secretary of Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development
WAKO World Championship K-1 category
WOMEN`S K-1 at WAKO World Champonships 2007 Belgrade +70 kg
The women`s super heavyweight (over 70 kg / 154 lbs) K-1 category at the W.A.K.O. World Championships 2007 in Belgrade was the heaviest of the female K-1 tournaments. There were just the four women from three continets (Europe, Asia and Africa) taking part in the competition. Each of the matches was three rounds of two minutes each and were fought under K-1 rules.
The tournament winner was Hungarian Zita Zatyko who defeated Moroccan Samira El Haddad in the final to take the gold medal. Defeated semi finalists Russian Albina Vaskeykina and Syrian Azza Attoura received bronze medals.