THAIHOLICS PRESENTS, GET IN THE RING 2

As fight sport develops more in South Africa, we find that there is a greater need for athletes to be exposed to the ring/cage and this can only take place when we have more events, more tournaments, more sponsors and more gyms willing to put in the effort and sit with the admin.

On the 18th April 2015, Thaiholics presents, "GET IN THE RING 2". This event mainly focuses on K-1 and Muay Thai which Zeeke Zambidis often refers to as The Art of Stand Up Fighting.

There are some prospective names featuring on the fight card including Adriaan Van Wyk, Remo Ralph, Christiano Ndombasy, Ashley Robinson and so much more. Ashley Robinson always puts on a spectacular show and is great to watch. He is the current CFL under 75 kg K-1 title holder, under 81 kg Boland champion as well as SA amateur K-1 champion.

Here are a few words by Nicholas Radley from Thaiholics who is running the event.

GET IN THE RING is a K-1 promotion held by THAIHOLICS MUAY THAI. Our goal is to bring back Professional K-1 in South Africa and grow the sport.

The next GET IN THE RING event will be on the 18th of April at Milnerton High School. Doors open at 5pm and we will get started at 6pm.

Our co-main event sees Ashley Robinson take on Cristiano Ndombassy. Both of these fighters have lots of power.

Our main event of the evening will be one of SA’s best with a record of 21-2, Adriaan van Wyk vs. East Londons super star Remo Ralph trained under the legendary Andrew Thomson who will be there on the night as well.

These 2 fights are sure to give you your monies worth on the night, never mind the other 13 fights!! Which sees the best of Western Cape.

Tickets are available at www.webtickets.co.za There are only 700 tickets available so please make sure you get yours today!

Food and drinks  for sale as well as prize giveaways!



Article by Justin Smith

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