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“Karate Combat” Gives Traditional Martial Arts Matches A Face Lift

Karate Combat, a professional full-contact karate league is holding its first event of the year.

Combat sports are on fire. As a result, promoters are leaving no stone unturned.

Mixed martial arts have blended a few combat disciplines rendering the era of the karate dojo now seems forlorn. A new league is bringing the sport back with a little star power.

We’re kicking our way into 2019!

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Karate Combat, a professional full-contact karate league is holding its first event of the year. It takes on January 24th from the Avalon Hollywood in Los Angeles with ring announcing by action film superstar Danny Trejo.


“There’s no better place than Hollywood to kick off Karate Combat’s second year,” said Michael DePietro, CEO of Karate Combat. “We’re bringing a new, adrenaline-charged take on martial arts to the heart of the entertainment industry.”


The league will host ten events worldwide in 2019 adding The Golden Belt prize to the season. Combat sports legend Bas Rutten is one of the commentators and former 106th + Park host, Rosci Diaz hosts the red carpet.

Karate Combat: Hollywood – :30 teaser

Live from Hollywood, CA on January 24, 2019, Karate Combat: Hollywood kicks off Karate Combat’s sophomore season. Held at the Avalon, the former Hollywood Palace building, near the famous intersection of Hollywood and Vine. Headlining the Main Card: Luiz Rocha of Brazil vs. Myrza-Bec Tebuev from Russia.

The fight card features Brazil’s Luiz Rocha vs. Russia’s Myrza Tebuev in a Challenger Match. The winner will go on to fight for the lightweight division’s Golden Belt.


Events will be broadcast on karate.com.