1999 IKF / RINGSIDE
"Walk the Walk!"
A Salute to
The First Ever
IKF USA National Tournament
The Class of 1999
IKF/RINGSIDE USA National Amateur Champions.
Started The WALK For Us ALL!
Being First In North America:
In 1999 the IKF
teamed up with Joe Taylor of Ringside Products and started the very
first Amateur Kickboxing and Muay Thai Tournaments in the United States, the IKF
it take to host a
USA National Amateur Tournament?
Well, to start
with, how about
40 IKF National Title
Belts at $165.00 each.
This event was FIRST CLASS!
after his victory with his
Champion Award Gloves from
RINGSIDE and Title Belt.
National Amateur Tournament
special thanks to Tournament host
Mick Doyle (L) followed by Steve
Dan Stell, Trainer Marshall Hamel, Official Brooks Mason,
Trainer & Fighter Ricardo Sanders, & Trainer Duke
IKF World Referee
Dan Stell (L)
has his hands full with Special Guest
at the Nationals, former NHB
fighter and now
"The Irish Assassin"
IKF MuayThai Referee Fred Fitzgerald (C)
raises the hand of
Dan Rawlings (L) of Euclid Ohio, USA after Rawlings
Chris Brammer (R, Omaha, Nebraska, USA)
by TKO at
1:56 of the first round to win the
National Amateur Super Lightweight MuayThai Title.
take a moment for the camera after their victories in the
David Pareja, (L) Full Contact Rules Light Heavyweight Champion
of Flossmoor, Illinois, USA
and Tim Mazurkiewicz (R) Full
Contact Rules Heavyweight Champion
of Beloit, Wisconsin, USA
(L) of San Diego California
her Woman's MuayThai Rules
Super Lightweight Division Title by split
30-27, 28-29, 30-27, over Sarah Baker of St. Paul
(Eventually Angie Parr PHOTO )
(R) of Hespeira California
won her Woman's MTR Flyweight title by TKO
at 1:09 of round 1 over Deb Davey of Dixon Illinois.
trainer Jim VanOver
of Two Tiger Gym shares the spotlight with
Dan Stell raises the hand
of David Pareja, (R) of
Flossmoor, Illinois, USA.
Pareja defeated Robert Carlton
(L) of Arlington, Texas
by unanimous decision 29-28, 30-27, 30-27
capture the Full Contact Rules Light Heavyweight Title.
Dan Stell raises the hand of
Illinois, USA. In one of the best bouts of the
defeated Scott Akins (L)
of Memphis Tennessee by Split Decision,
29-28, 28-29, 30-28
to capture the Full Contact Rules Super Welterweight
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