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"It's easy to have faith in yourself and have discipline when you're a winner, when you're number one. What you got to have is faith and discipline when you're not a winner."
Vince Lombardi


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TUESDAY, April 15th, 2014, AT 1:00 PM/ PST




TIPS FOR THOSE IN FIGHT SPORTS...
Actually... For ANYONE...



7 Habits From Navy SEALs
That Will Make You More Successful



From Businessinsider.com
I learned my best habits and made some of my most dangerous mistakes as a Navy SEAL. Once, when our platoon was preparing for a mission at one of our shooting ranges in Iraq, I had failed to reload one of my pistol mags after the previous night's operation.

Our point man, the best-selling author of No Easy Day (under the pseudonym Mark Owen), discovered my mistake. To this day, I still think about the look of disappointment on his face. The experience drove home the importance of good habits. The term habit generally has a negative connotation, but if you form the right habits that drive you toward success, you can't lose.

To be an effective team member, people usually need to break old habits and develop new ones by letting selfishness fall by the wayside. The SEAL community forces you to break habits that don't positively contribute to mission success. If you can't make that happen, you're done.

I've gotten these habits right, and I've gotten them wrong. But those mistakes of yesterday have forged me into a better leader and team member today.

If you want to be part of an elite team and are going to shed old habits, make sure to keep these!

  1. Be loyal.
    Team loyalty in the corporate environment seems to be a dying philosophy. Loyalty to the team starts at the top.
    If it's lacking at the senior executive level, how can anyone else in the organization embrace it?
    Loyalty is about leading by example, providing your team unconditional support, and never throwing a team member under the bus.

  2. Put others before yourself.
    Get up every day and ask yourself what you will do to add value to your team, such as simply offering your assistance with a project.
    The challenge is overcoming the fear that your team member might say: "Yes, I really need your help with this project…tonight."

  3. Be reflective.
    Reflective people often spend too much time analyzing their actions.
    But imagine if you could harness this talent into something highly valuable?
    Reflecting on your mistakes, such as mine in Iraq, ensures you never repeat them.

  4. Be obsessively organized.
    Some of us innately have this ability, often to a fault, and some have to work at it a bit more. You have to find a process that works for you.
    I've known people who will put something on their to-do list after they did it and then cross it off to feel a greater sense of accomplishment!
    Whatever your system is, make it work for you.

  5. Assume you don't know enough.
    Because you don't. Any effective team member understands that training is never complete.
    It's true in the SEAL teams, and it's true in any elite team. Those who assume they know everything should be eliminated.
    Those who spend time inside and outside of the workplace developing their knowledge and skills will provide the momentum for their team's forward progress.

  6. Be detail-oriented.
    Attention to detail is one of our company's values. Do we get it right all the time?
    Of course not. Imagine, though, if all members of a team are obsessed with detail in their delivery?
    My lack of attention to detail in the incident in Iraq could have had catastrophic results. Don't ask yourself what you are going to do today to be successful; ask how you are going to do it.

  7. Never get comfortable.
    Always push yourself outside of your comfort zone. If you do this continually with every task you take on, that boundary will continue to widen.
    This process will ensure that you are continually maximizing your potential, which will positively impact your team.

You may be wondering how you could ever have a relaxed life if you maintain all of these habits. But that's the beauty of it. If you enjoy what you do and form good habits, it all becomes second nature.
Maintain these habits, and encourage your team members to do the same.







MONDAY, April 14th, 2014, AT 10:20 PM/ PST


Stay Humble, Stay Appreciative


Although she was referring to something different, my wife posted a paragraph on her Facebook Wall that I thought was important for us all. So I not only posted it on my own FB page, but here as well. Great words for us all in anything we do. The paragraph reminds us ALL to Stay Humble, Stay Appreciative and to remember the words of Harry S. Truman who said,
"It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit."


"It is said that it is far more difficult to hold and maintain leadership (liberty) that it is to attain it.
Success is a ruthless competitor for it flatters and nourishes our weaknesses and lulls us into complacency.
We bask in the sunshine of accomplishment and lose the spirit of humility which helps us visualize all the factors which have contributed to our success.
We are apt to forget that we are only one of a team, that in unity there is strength and that we are strong only as long as each unit in our organization functions with precision
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Samuel Tilden




THIS WEEKENDS IKF ACTION...


Results From Dennis Warner & In Sync Productions'
"CHAOS At The CASINO 4"
April 12th, 2014 - Inglewood, California, USA



THIS EVENT ONLY HAD 1 AMATEUR BOUT AND A FULL SUPPORTING CARD OF PRO MUAY THAI, PRO BOXING AND PRO MMA




MORE FIGHT NEWS...


Are The First Amateur Fighter & Trainer
Suspensions
Going To Be Issued From An Illegal Smoker At Stanford University?

Most likely, No. It's a no answer only because as of this posting, none of those involved (So far) are registered as licensed fighters, trainers or officials with the California State Athletic Commission or the IKF.

HOWEVER,,, There are some who are "In The Crosshairs" from this event and could very well face criminal charges.

The two that are under the deepest investigation right now are the two who organized this event, and were well aware that they were organizing an illegal, unsanctioned event and have known so for several years. The two individuals are Jesse Corn (President of Stanford Muay Thai) and Jason Covy (Head instructor of the Stanford Muay Thai Club)

This past Friday, April 11th, Stanford Muay Thai hosted an Amateur Muay Thai event at Burnham Pavilion on Stanford University called "Burnham Brawl". So far so good... Until someone found out the event was actually scheduled as an Illegal unsanctioned event.

According to their Facebook Page, this was Stanford Muay Thai's 8th annual kickbooxing tournament, featuring their own club fighters as well as special presentations and performances. Food was to be provided by Bangkok Cuisine and they were also advertising free beer...

There are clips of past "Burnham Brawl's on their website (kickboxing.stanford.edu) which prove 1: They have been doing this without legal regulation for 8 years now and 2: This was not a "Light or Semi" contact event.

For sure none of the Officials were licensed officials, especially the referees. One even had dress shoes or boots on as his hair (Which was down to his belt line - Watch) kept getting in the way of his eyes, as he kept getting in the way of the fighters.

However, somewhere in the room were judges. Not at ringside, where they were suppose to be, but some where since at the end of the bouts, scores were read and a winner was announced.

The event organizers also have video clips of bouts from a lot of past events (Including 2103) posted on their YouTube page (Stanford Muay Thai) located HERE.

The list of those under the spotlight is quite long ranging from Stanford University itself all the way to the renter of the boxing ring (Frank Navarro) since he very well knew the event was not legal and not sanctioned. Checks for the event were written on an account entitled, "Associated Students of Stanford University".

This event is currently under investigation so we will keep you posted on what the outcome is.




EVENTS IN THE CRIMINAL CROSSHAIRS...

ILLEGAL SMOKER EVENTS

those of you planning those Illegal and unsanctioned Smoker events here in California, don't think the California State Athletic Commission doesn't know about your plans. To add, don't be surprised if your local law enforcement shows up at your event, closes it down and takes you and your associates away in handcuffs.

Just to let some of you know to avoid any unwanted Suspensions,
Here are some other upcoming Illegal Smoker events that are being watched to see if they are actually going to happen.

April 26 - 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Modern Combatives Mixed Martial Arts, 1450 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, California, 94702
Spring Exhibition matches to include Muay Thai, Pankration...



May 31st, 12 Noon
Anouphab Mud Muay Thai Lao
2709 MacDonald Ave. Suite 200 Richmond, CA 94804, 510-235-2660, info@anouphabmmtl.com
And a 411 for you, they are well aware of all your previous Illegal Smoker events Too.
Terrible Referee work...
No Ring Rules being followed - Improper Ring Safety Details (size, rope connectors & height)


As Requested, We will post some of these as they come in.
Or, those hosting them may just get that unwanted visit we spoke of above...





FRIDAY, April 11th, 2014, AT 5:20 PM/ PST




THIS WEEKENDS IKF ACTION...


Dennis Warner & In Sync Productions Presents
"CHAOS At The CASINO 4"
Inglewood, California, USA






MORE IKF EVENTS THIS WEEKEND...


MMA Evolution Expo Presents
"IKF Point Muay Thai Kickboxing Tournament"
Fresno, California, USA





MORE IKF ACTION THIS WEEKEND...


Aggressive Combat Sports Presents
PKB FIGHT NIGHTS
Hollywood, Florida, USA





MORE IKF ACTION THIS WEEKEND...


Mr. Billy O Sullivan Presents
IKF Junior Kickboxing Tournament
Ballybeg, Waterford, Ireland






TUESDAY, April 8th, 2014, AT 2:30 PM/ PST


Results From Mr. Pete Foley Presents
"IKF Fight Night - Clash In The Clayton"
March 22nd, 2014 - Galway, Ireland



  1. IKF JUNIOR AMATEUR KICKBOXING
    Fintan McCamley (Galway) and Anton O Connell (Galway) fought to a draw.

  2. IKF JUNIOR AMATEUR KICKBOXING
    Josh McHugh (Galway) Defeated Alex Heffernan (Tullamore) by withdrawel in the first round.

  3. IKF AMATEUR FCR KICKBOXING
    Gillian O Connor (Limerick, 3-1-2, 62.7kg, 165cm, 08-20-97, Tony O Donnell, 087 2796401)
    defeated Mollie McNevin (Galway, 1-1, 62kg, 163cm, 11-30-99, Pete Foley, 087 8119227) by majority decision, 20-19, 20-18 & 19-19.

  4. IKF AMATEUR FCR KICKBOXING
    Brian Donahoe (Carlow, 8-2, 72.1kg, 5'10'', 03-20-80, Dermot Maher, 085 7180586)
    defeated Marc McGettigan (Galway, 3-1-2, 72kg, 5'10'', 08-18-84, Pete Foley, 087 8119227) by unanimous decision, 29-27, 29-28 & 28-27.

  5. IKF AMATEUR FCR KICKBOXING
    Joan Kennedy (Galway, 3-0, 57kg, 5'5'', 12-29-78, Pete Foley, 087 8119227)
    defeated Sharon Doherty (Meath, 0-1-1, 56kg, 5'2'', 11-20-77, Pete Foley, 087 2713071) by unanimous decision, 28-24, 29-26, 28-24.

  6. IAB AMATEUR BOXING
    John Cotter (Galway, 3-0, 75kg, 5'9'', 02-19-84, Pete Foley, 087 8119227)
    defeated Alan Collins (Tipperary, 1-1-1, 74.5kg, 5'9'', 04-02-89, Craig Sutton, 087 9682833) by unanimous decision in their White Collar Boxing Match, 29-27, 29-28, 28-28.

  7. IKF AMATEUR FCR KICKBOXING
    Daryl Orr (Donegal, 16-5-1, 67kg, 6', 01-19-88, Joe Wilson, 086 8774382)
    and James Dunphy (Kilkenny, 30-17-7, 67kg, 5'9'', 06-11-90, Paul Cummins, 085 2441538) fought to a draw, 38-38, 37-38, 39-37.

  8. IKF JUNIOR AMATEUR FCR KICKBOXING
    Chloe Collins (Galway) lost by decision to Chloe Lawlor (Meath) 20-18, 20-18, 20-18.

  9. IKF AMATEUR FCR KICKBOXING
    David Rusinak (Tullamore, 6-1-2, 73kg, 5'10'', 04-01-94, John Quigley, 086 6660474)
    defeated Gerry King (Galway, 5-4, 72kg, 5'9'', 02-02-75, Pete Foley, 087 8119227) by decision 29-27, 29-27 & 30-27.

  10. IKF AMATEUR FCR
    SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT ELIMINATOR BOUT

    Diarmuid Maher (Carlow, 16-6, 78.2kg, 6'1'', 05-02-80, Self, 085 7180586)
    defeated Brian Crossan (Donegal, 8-3, 78.5kg, 5'11'', 11-26-76, Tommy Mc Cafferty, 087 2181294) by KO in the first round.
    Brian Crossan has been issued with a 45 day medical suspension until May 7, 2014.

  11. IKF AMATEUR FCR KICKBOXING
    Paul Huish (Galway, 18-8-6, 65kg, 5'6'', 03-10-90, Pete Foley, 087 8119227)
    Defeated Paul O Brien (Limerick, 5-3, 66kg, 5'9'', 03-12-81, Robert Ryan, 061 325227) by TKO in round 3.
    Paul O Brien has been issued with a 30 day medical suspension until April 22, 2014.

  12. IKF AMATEUR FCR
    JUNIOR IRISH BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE BOUT

    Saoirse Joyce (Galway, 15-3-1, 54.9kg, 5'8'', 11-21-96, Pete Foley, 087 8119227)
    defeated Eve Byrne (Meath, 54.5kg, 5'2'', 08-03-96, Eddie Byrne, 087 2713071) in round 3.
    Eve Byrne has been issued with a 30 day medical suspension until April 22, 2014.

  13. IKF AMATEUR FCR
    IRISH LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE **DEFENSE

    Seamus Gheoghan (Ennis, 24-4-2, 81.5kg, 179cm, 01-13-80, Adam Leyden, 086 2598536)
    defeated **Shane Creaven (Galway, 10-5, 81.5kg, 6'2'', 02-27-83, Pete Foley, 087 8119227) by unanimous decision, 48-47, 50-45 & 50-45.

  14. IKF AMATEUR FCR 5 NATIONS SUPER WELTERWEIGHT TITLE BOUT
    Charlie Ward (Galway, 23-5-2, 69.5kg, 5'9'', 07-17-94, Pete Foley, 087 811922)
    Defeated Thomas Harvey (Lurgan, 5-3, 69.5kg, 5'11'', 11-16-90, Davy Boyd, 07933481533) by majority decision, 49-46, 49-45 and 50-44.




MORE IKF RESULTS...


Results From Larry Brennan's
"Chaos In Carlow 2"
March 16th, 2014 - Carlow, Ireland



Brett Egan from Deise Kickboxing, Dungarvan was awarded the
IKF AMATEUR K-1 Rules All Ireland Cruiserweight Title
by walkover after Robert Miscow from Top-Pro Gym in Kilkenny failed to make weight.





MONDAY, April 7th, 2014, AT 11:50 PM/ PST



WEEKEND RESULTS...


Results From The Thai New Year 2014 Songkran Festival Corporation's
"11th Annual Thai New Year 2014 Songkran Festival"
April 6th, 2014 - Hollywood, California, USA



  1. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 130 (3 x 2)
    Pablo Melgar (Los Angeles, California, USA, 0-1, 131.8, 5'4", 4-28-95, Rod McKiver, (310) 844-3921 )
    VS Dale Scott (Rialto, California, USA, 1-0/0, 129.6, 5'9", 2-26-91, Kru Marcos, (909) 240-1382 )
    WINNER: Dale Scott by Unanimous Decision.
  2. IKF AMATEUR WOMAN'S MUAY THAI 125 (3 x 2)
    Mila Ormandy (North Hollywood, California, USA, 1-0/0, *****128.4, 5'7", 7-3-88, Kru Roy & Kru Dan, (805) 889-4648 )
    VS Kirstin Mateo (Costa Mesa, California, USA, 1-0, 125.2, 5'2", 9-27-91, Kelvin Nimsiriruengphol, (562) 508-2378 )
    WINNER: Mila Ormandy by Split Decision.
  3. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 195 (3 x 2)
    Stephen Cayaban (Anaheim, California, USA, **2-4, **198.3, 5'7", 11-24-79, Bruce Wilkerson, (626) 379-7432)
    VS Francisco Lopez (Burbank, California, USA, 5-1, 192.2, 6'3", 11-11-95, Edgar Ponce & Ron Cruz, (818) 903-7284 )
    WINNER: Francisco Lopez by Unanimous Decision. SCHEDULED BOUT 4
    IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 170 (3 x 2)
    Miles Savini (4-0, NO WEIGHT - NO SHOW)
    VS Michael Antoci (Redondo Beach, California, USA, 7-1/6, 168, 6'2", 4-4-94, Bryan Popejoy, (310) 408-2049 )
  4. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 120 (3 x 2)
    Ramon Gallardo (Fontana, California, USA, 3-5-1/1, *****123.6, 5'7", 1-21-91, Arjan Bryan Dobler, (909) 821-2156 )
    VS Erik Alignay (San Diego, California, USA, 10-6/0, S: 20-10, 120.2, 5'5", 7-18-84, Carl Gebhart, (510) 579-6299)
    WINNER: Ramon Gallardo by Unanimous Decision.
  5. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 150 (3 x 2)
    Houssain Chouari (Los Angeles, California, USA, 150, 6'1", 8-13-83, Kru Roy & Kru Dan, (805) 889-4648 )
    VS Noe David Rodriguez (Oxnard, California, USA, 0-1, 148.4, 5'10", 11-3-91, Trinidad Savala, (805) 904-5454 )
    WINNER: Houssain Chouari by Unanimous Decision.
  6. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 165 (3 x 2)
    Niko Carrafield (Mission Vaejo, California, USA, 4-1-1/1, AMMA: 2-2, 165, 5'10", 3-29-90, Kelvin Nimsiriruengphol, (562) 508-2378 )
    VS Tenshow Streets (San Luis Obispo, California, USA, 3-1/0, 160.6, 5'10", 10-26-91, Kru Albert Malatamban, (805) 534-4157 )
    WINNER: Tenshow Streets by Split Decision.
  7. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 150 (3 x 2)
    Andrew ( Santee ) Santhivong (Monterey Park, California, USA, 3-2/0, 151, 5'7", 7-26-89, Kru Walter Michalowski, (626) 644-6851 )
    VS Hector Godoy (Saugus, California, USA, 2-2, 147.8, 5'5", 2-27-81, Kru Pongsan, (661) 373-3258 )
    WINNER: Sante Santhivong by Split Decision.
  8. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 155 (3 x 2)
    Lance Dixon (Los Angeles, California, USA, 4-0/0, 155.4, 5'11", 12-21-90, David Huerta, (323) 228-1969 )
    VS Jacoby Powell (Van Nuys, California, USA, 4-2/3, S: 3-0, AMMA: 4-4, PANK: 0-1, 155.6, 5'8", 9-3-82, Troy Fisher, (8180 272-5653 )
    WINNER: Lance Dixon by Unanimous Decision.
  9. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 165 (3 x 2)
    Rubin Rivas ( Whittie, California, USA, 0-0, ***165.8, 6'1", 11-30-81, Kru Walter Michalowski, (626) 644-6851 )
    VS Kelvin House (Fresno, California, USA, 0-0, 164.4, 5'8", 11-22-80, Malaipet Sasiprapa, (559) 800-3375 )
    WINNER: Rubin Rivas by Forfeit.
  10. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 148 (3 x 2)
    Marquis Ross (Fresno, California, USA, 6-4/2, S: 1-1, ***148.6, 5'8", 1-31-90, Malaipet Sasiprapa, (559) 208-1160 )
    VS Corey Slagle (Upland, California, USA, 5-4/0, 148.8, 5'8", 11-17-90, William Sriyapai, (909) 367-1871 )
    WINNER: Marquis Ross by KO at 1:47 of Round 1.
  11. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 145 (3 x 2)
    Michael Aviles (Fontana, California, USA, 4-0/1, 145, 5'9", 9-12-87, Jessi Magdsen, (909) 821-2156 )
    VS Antonio Arango (Lemon Grove, California, USA, 3-1, 144.4, 5'9", 8-21-84, John Vargas, (619) 315-4566 )
    WINNER: Michael Aviles by Split Decision.
  12. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 135 (3 x 2)
    Chris Henry (Lancaster, California, USA, 3-0/1, S: 2-0, 133.8, 5'8", 3-11-89, Sumpon Boonsook, (661) 815-3151)
    VS Victor Jung (Los Angeles, California, USA, 4-5/0, ***136, 5'7", 7-5-87, Mark Komuro, (213) 706-6827 )
    WINNER: Chris Henry by Split Decision.
  13. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 160 (3 x 2)
    Harley Duggan (North Hollywood, California, USA, 1-0/0, 153.8, 5'11", 12-8-76, Kru Roy & Kru Dan, (805) 889-4648 )
    VS Edgar Lopez (Murrieta, California, USA, 0-1, 157.2, 5'9", 3-10-88, Bob Chaney, (951) 677-9933)
    WINNER: Harley Duggan by Split Decision.
  14. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 155 (3 x 2)
    Scott Morris (Fullerton, California, USA, 0-2, 150.4, 5'8", 10-23-90, Erik Paulson, (818) 919-4785 )
    VS Guillermo ( Willy ) Arzu (Valley Villege, California, USA, 1-0/0, 151.2, 5'10", 1-24-77, Coach Daniel, (818) 397-9293 )
    WINNER: Willy Arzu by Unanimous Decision.
  15. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 153 (3 x 2)
    (JP) John Paul De Gracia (Costa Mesa, California, USA, 3-2, 151.4, 5'8", 8-14-81, Dave Jansson, (949) 444-4460 )
    VS Phillip Truong (CITY?, California, USA, *0-1 (2-2), 151.2, 5'7", 2-28-81, John Vargas, (619) 315-4566 )
    WINNER: John Paul De Gracia by Unanimous Decision.
  16. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 135 (3 x 2)
    Andre Pratama (Tustin, California, USA, 2-3, ***135.6, 5'6", 9-26-86, Franky Chavez, (949) 903-2511 )
    VS Jordan Harris (Palmdale, California, USA, 4-1/2, AMMA: 0-2, AB: 3-1, 134.2, 5'7", Felipe Ramos, (661) 435-9681 )
    WINNER: Jordan Harris by Unanimous Decision.
  17. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 190 (3 x 2)
    Damien McArthur (Mission Vaejo, California, USA, 1-0, 189.8, 6'2", 10-27-79, , Kelvin Nimsiriruengphol, (562) 508-2378 )
    VS Dennis ( Joey ) Radcliffe (Fullerton, California, USA, 0-1, 182.4, 5'9", 10-22-86, Erik Paulson, (818) 919-4785 )
    WINNER: Damien McArthur by Unanimous Decision.
  18. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 140 (3 x 2)
    Juan Carlos Leon (Walnut, California, USA, 1-1, 138.4, 5'10", 11-24-92, Jon Yu, (626) 536-9252)
    VS Eric Fore (San Luis Obispo, California, USA, 2-0/2, *****142, 6', 8-10-89, Kru Albert Malatamban, (805) 534-4157 )
    WINNER: Eric Fore by TKO at 1:13 of Round 2. SCHEDULED BOUT 19
    IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 133 (3 x 2)
    Jamil Mall (Fontana, California, USA, 0-0, 130, 5'7", 3-27-82, Marcos Euevara, (909) 240-1382 )
    VS Kevin Gonzalas (0-0, NO WEIGHT - NO SHOW, 5'8")
  19. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 147 (3 x 2)
    Kevin Li (Irvine, California, USA, 3-1/1, 144.4, 5'8", 9-6-88, Mark Komero, (213) 706-6827 )
    VS Jeremy Shepard (Spring Valley, California, USA, 3-1/0, 145.6, 5'10", 12-12-94, Carl Gebhardt, (510) 579-6299 )
    WINNER: Kevin Li by TKO at 1:11 of Round 1.
  20. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 225 (3 x 2)
    Joe Godde (Rosnmont, California, USA, 0-2, 232.4, 6'3", 7-16-96, Sumpon Boonsook, (661) 815-3151 )
    VS Khristopher Crumby (Fontana, California, USA, 1-0/1, 221.8, 6'3", 7-21-91, Marcos Geuvera, (909) 240-1382 )
    WINNER: Khristopher Crumby by TKO at 1:20 of Round 3.
  21. IKF AMATEUR MUAY THAI 175 (3 x 2)
    Brandon Lane (Los Angeles, California, USA, 1-2, S: 1-1, PANK: 2-1, AB: 0-2, *****179, 6', 4-30-88, James Poidog Parher, (626) 354-5023 )
    VS Hakob Ter-Petrosyan (Burbank, California, USA, 2-1-1, AMMA: 1-0, 174, 6'1", 12-20-94, Daniel Gutierez, (818) 397-9293 )
    WINNER: Hakob Ter-Petrosyan by Unanimous Decision.

(***) Had to lose weight after first weigh-in.





MORE IKF RESULTS


Results From Pallen's Martial Arts'
"Golden Gate Championships"
April 5th, 2014 - Santa Clara, California, USA



The Golden Gate Internationals Promoter Mr. Jordan Pallen and his team where successful again in pulling off yet another great IKF Point Muay Thai Kickboxing Tournament. IKF PKB Northern California Representatives Mr. Terry Morgan and his Wife Sue report that the event was an awesome display of real kickboxing talent and the fans got their money's worth. Men, women and juniors competed in semi contact action where knockouts are not allowed and everyone leaves feeing that they were in a real fight! That's what IKF PKB is all about! See you at the next event! More info at www.IKFPKB.com






FRIDAY, April 4th, 2014, AT 1:00 PM/ PST


IKF CALIFORNIA NEWS
INSPECTORS NEEDED
California, USA


Hello to all our California Muay Thai and Kickboxing people.
as many here already know, on March 17th, 2014, the California State Athletic Commission officially delegated to the IKF, International Kickboxing Federation the exclusive authority to regulate Amateur Kickboxing, Muay Thai and San Shou (Ages 8 and Up) in the State of California. With this appointment our plan was to keep the current California State Athletic Commission (CSAC) Inspectors as busy as possible in continuing their work opportunities to work on IKF Sanctioned events in California.

However, and sadly, we have been informed that we can not use any "Current" CSAC "INSPECTORS" because in doing so it would be a conflict of interest. The good thing of course is that we are still allowed to use ANY CSAC Officials such as referees, judges, timekeepers and doctors.

Because of this, the IKF is currently seeking event Event Locker Room Inspectors who want to start working IKF Sanctioned events in California. Depending on your experience you could start as early as this weekend. If you have prior experience with other commissions (State or Sanctioning bodies (ISKA, CAMO, WKA, USMTA, etc. etc) we would love to hear from you. If you are interested in working as a Locker Room Inspector we ask you to e-mail us at main@ikfkickboxing.com and let us know your experience and contact info.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.


IKF CALIFORNIA - CLICK HERE





BELOW POSTED AT 4:45 PM FRIDAY, APRIL 4th, 2014

THIS WEEKENDS IKF ACTION...


Pallen's Martial Arts Presents
"Golden Gate Championships"
Santa Clara, California, USA





MORE IKF ACTION THIS WEEKEND...


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