10-14-2006, 21:02 #1
The Carolina Triple Threat Tournament
It is my pleasure to extend a personal invitation to martial artists of every style. Please come join me at the Durham Marriott Civic Center for the "CAROLINA TRIPLE THREAT". This action packed event will be divided into three exciting parts.
The first day, Friday April 20, 2007 will feature an exciting Kickboxing seminar with former 2 time World Champion Johnny "SuperFoot" Davis. Mr. Davis will be leading a seminar for all interested martial artists on how to convert traditional martial arts techniques into kickboxing
The second day, Saturday April 21, 2007 will start the Semi-Contact Point Kickboxing tournament competition in the morning. IKF Point Kickboxing is derived from "full contact" Kickboxing and Point Karate tournament style competition. Participants compete on matts, wearing headgear, 12 to 16 oz gloves, foot pads, mouthpiece, groin and breast protectors, etc. The action is continuous for 60 seconds, 90 seconds, or two minute rounds depending on age group.
Saturday evening will start the grand experience of the IKF Super Fight night, where some of the best amateur kickboxers in the country are matched up for a Full Contact super fight card. The Super Fights will consist of Full Contact and International rules (leg kicks) bouts. The super fights will be topped off with 3 explosive IKF title bouts.
All fighters interested in getting on the Super Fight Card should email Vanguard Promotions: email@example.com or call 919-632-7242
10-14-2006, 21:09 #2
- Tony "Iron Hands" Urena
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Mr. Smith, this forum is for the discussion of martial arts with the occasional announcemnts from our members. It is not an advertisement board for your business. In this case it's also not in the appropriate section.
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