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Karate Combat: Evolution Honors World Of Video Games

The event took place from the KC-1 with Edgars Skrivers and Luiz Rocha battling over the Golden Belt along with several other bouts.

Karate Combat: Evolution has been made available for online viewing featuring five fights with commentary by Bas Rutten and Kenny Rice.

The event took place from the KC-1 with Edgars Skrivers and Luiz Rocha battling over the Golden Belt.

The entire card was shot with top of the line gear in line with the greatest martial arts movies of all time. The presentation included new video graphics in homage to the 80’s video games like Street Fighter that inspired so many of the fighters to take up karate. A 30-second primer explains Karate Combat’s innovative full contact rule set.

Karate Combat: Evolution

In the co-main event, Joshua Quayhagen and Dionicio Gustavo squared off. Other bouts featured include Abdalla Ibrahim meeting Davy Dona, Sahin Atamov battling Jorge Perez and Igor de Castenada taking on Zsolt Habda.

Related: Karate Combat: Evolution Results, Recap

“Amazing to see these elite athletes transform into full-contact warriors,” said Adam S. Kovacs, Head of Karate. “There were some of the best bouts we’ve had to date. Action. Drama. Sweat and a little blood. We couldn’t have asked for a better match-up for our first title fight for the Golden Belt.”

The next event is expected to take place in December.

About Karate Combat

Karate Combat was founded to elevate and promote the sport of karate worldwide by creating the first professional, full-contact league.

The league consists of over 100 of the top Karateka in the world representing 30 countries. Developed by martial arts experts and top competitors, the fighting offers full-contact action in the Karate Combat Pit, using rules and rewards calibrated to encourage continuous action.

A premier brand, Karate Combat operates a professional full-contact karate league, sports equipment business, and a worldwide Dojo network. The firm is headquartered in New York with satellite offices in Budapest

Karate Combat viewers can access league content through the World’s Gateway to Karate, Karate.com, its branded iOS and Android mobile apps and IP-connected screens worldwide.

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