SHIDO MMA Amateur Tour 2007/2008

Shidokan Germany (http://www.shido-mma.de) will start in a new competitive season on September 30th 2007 with the first of six scheduled Amateur MMA events in the SHI KON Fightclub in Schwenningen. We will give the Newcomers to MMA from all over Europe the chance to compete in this circuit to gather experience in MMA under a challenging but unique set of rules for MMA.


Many of German Top Team’s (http://www.german-top-team.com) finest started their carreer on the Amateur events in SHIDO MMA, e.g. Franco “Ortega” De Leonardis or Thorsten “The German Oak” Kronz. Today these fighters compete in high-caliber shows all over Europe (Cagewarriors, Cage Rage, FX 3, Viking Fight), as well as in the USA and Japan!


We also look constantly for new talents for our professional “Fists of Fury” (http://www.fists-of-fury.com) events in Germany, which have brought veterans of the UFC, Shooto Japan, Pancrase Japan, Meca Vale Tudo and many other shows to our country!


Only fighters, who have no professional experience will be accepted!


Here you can read the Official Rules for SHIDO MMA


View the current Rankings in SHIDO MMA


Please register your athletes via e-mail to angerer@german-top-team.com


Date: Sunday, September 30th 2007


Place: SHI KON Fight Club, Villinger Stra├če 62, 78054 Schwenningen, Germany


Weight In: 13.00 – 14.00 h


Rules Meeting: 14.30 h


Fights start: 15.00 h


Duration of Matches: each bout will last for 2 rounds of 5 minutes each.


There is no registration fee for your athletes.


Please send us the following data about your fighters:


Name:Age:Height:Weight:Style:Gym/Dojo:Team:Record Amateur MMA:Background in Martial Arts:


Deadline for all registrations will be the 23rd of September 2007.


Best regards,


Shihan Peter AngererPresident Shidokan Germany


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