PRLog (Press Release)
- Dec. 4, 2013 - CHARLOTTE, N.C. --
For more than 70 years martial arts practitioners haves perfected their own abilities within one on one fight hoping to be the very best of the greatest, or even becoming the next Chuck Norris or Jackie Chan. However up to now nobody, even investors have enjoyed the actual benefits that this sports activity could produce should it to bust out of its present restriction. The National Martial Arts League is ready to launch this fascinating sports activity one stage further.
would like to professionalize point martial arts allowing black belt martial artist the opportunity to get paid to compete. Over the years martial artists may have competed in national circuits that were unfair or political and may no longer compete, there are also those that practice to stay in shape. It was said Mike Stone received his Black Belt in six months. To participate effectively in point martial arts one does not need years of study maybe just months, however those that train at traditional school may have the best advantage. Just imagine the craze and excitement in offering every martial artist that follows the rules outlined of this professional point league, ages eighteen to sixty, the opportunity to compete and secure thirteen team positions to represent the state of North Carolina in a National Championship against 31 other teams. As America’s health concerns continue to grace our news we are challenged to provide opportunities that provide excitement, health, fitness and consistent fun and challenge we think a professional point league for martial arts can be one of the many venues to “Change the health culture of America”.
There are currently over 500 tournament circuits in the United States that have numerous tournaments throughout the year so martial artists are already accustomed to competing with rules, safety equipment and points. Natural progression to determine the best competitors for a professional team to represent a state would be a tournament. Not all martial arts tournaments are successful but just imagine what would happen to annual tournament over time if it were identified as the team eliminations event to determine the best 13 competitors to represent North Carolina in a national championship.
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A nationwide point team league can be more inclusive of the hundreds of thousands of martial artists and styles than any existing martial arts platform. The http://www.thenationalmartialartsleague.com/
is now seeking thirty two tournament promoters interested making their annual tournament the black belt eliminations to determine the best 13 martial artists to represent their state in the National Martial Arts League’s national championship – Kumite Sport Team Championships. Interested parties please contact Dexter Kennedy via email at: dkennedy@thenationalmartialartsleague or call (803) 665-8453. These are legitimate franchises available through the Franchise Registry.
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