Zita's Background

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

  • ITEC Level 3 Full Body Massage, Glasgow 2022
  • ITEC Infection Prevention (COVID), Glasgow 2022
  • EU Diploma in Swedish Massage Therapy, Cellulite Massage,
  • Foot Massage, Head&Face Massage – Hungary, 2015.
  • Massage Masterclass Level 2 Diploma in Sport Massage
  • Therapy, Medical Massage, Indian Head Massage, Lomi Lomi
  • Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Baby massage – New Skills Academy 2017.
  • O.A. Diploma – Aromatherapy January 2017.
  • EU Diploma in Sport Rugby Coach – Hungary, 2010.
  • Diploma in Social Security Advisor – University of Szeged,
  • Hungary, Faculty of Law, 2009.
  • EU Diploma in Accounting, Hungary Business School 2001

Kyokushin Karate (1994 - 2017)

World Cup Open Tournament – Japan, 2009 – 1st place

All Kyokushin World Tournament – Hungary, 2009 – 3rd place

Szolnok Cup International Tournament – Hungary, 2010 – 1st place

Rengokai European Championship – Spain, 2011 – 1st place

Rengokai Waterpoort Cup – Holland, 2012 – 1st place

Rengokai European Championship – Italy, 2012 – 1st place

Rengokai European Championship – Germany, 2013 – 1st place

Scottish Open Tournament – Scotland, 2017 – 1st place

Pro Boxing (2009-2016)

Zatyko vs. Hammer on Klitschko – Pianeta 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.”
By WBF (www.worldboxingfederation.net)

Kick - Boxing (2007 - 2008)

WAKO World Cup – Low-kick – Hungary, 2007 – 2nd place

WAKO World Championship – K-1 – Serbia, 2007 – 1st place

Rugby (2009 - 2012)

Hungarian National Rugby Team