(PRWEB) November 2, 2010
WuLinFeng Las Vegas Spectacular is the latest in the series of very successful world-class martial arts productions, put together by collaborative efforts of In Sync Productions, Dennis Warner and Henan TV Network. More than thirty million people tune in every week in China to watch the dramatic WuLinFeng show, the ultimate in stand up fighting, which tests Chinese fighters against fighters from the rest of the world. WuLinFeng Las Vegas Spectacular is an exception to the rule, taking place outside of its home country. However, the event of the November 13th will reveal the top dog team, USA or China.
“It has taken a whole year for WuLinFeng organization to select the Chinese fighters for this competition. Each and every one of them had to earn their place in the team,” commented Dennis Warner, president of In Sync Productions.
Fighters, representing the United States on November 13th come from all parts of the country: Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, California, Arizona and Nevada. They are the experienced combatants and the up and coming star.
Much tension surrounded the match up for Kang En, a former WBC MuayThai International champion after American fighter, Kevin Ross refused to defend his WBC MuayThai International title against Kang En. Ben Yelle of Michigan will now take a chance against the Chinese icon. Yelle’s TKO earlier this year against Ray Cole became a memorable performance for the California fan crowd. Both fighters possess comprehensive elbow strike skills, and therefore will fight according to full rules.
Las Vegas favorite, Jack Thames will stand up to Guang Hong, the star of the Art of War championship and national champion of China. Thames is coming off of two wins by KO and TKO against Mike Ryan of Los Angeles, and Eric Utsch of Penn. respectively. Thames is also set for a re-match with Craig Buchanan for a WBC MuayThai National middleweight belt after a controversial fight result in April of this year.
Heath “Cowboy” Harris is stepping into the ring with the leader of the Chinese team Wang Hongxiang, who demonstrated a spectacular win over Joe Schilling last year in Las Vegas. Harris is best-known for his knockouts, 28 knockouts out of 29 wins.
Two full-rules and seven modified-rules Muay Thai fights will make up the fight card at Harrah’s Las Vegas. The modified bouts will operate in the three rounds/three minute structure and will not include elbows.
Complete fight card is as follows:
WBC Muaythai International Super Lightweight Bout 5rds.
Ben Yelle vs Kang En 康恩
WBC Muaythai Super Featherweight Bout 5rds.
Nat McIntyre vs Li Ning 李宁
WuLinFeng Cruiserweight Bout 3rds.
Andy Kapel vs Guo Qiang 郭强
WuLinFeng Middleweight Bout 3rds.
Jack Thames vs Hong Guang 洪光
WuLinFeng Light Heavyweight Bout 3rds.
Heath Harris vs Wang Hongxiang 王洪祥
WuLinFeng Super Welterweight Bout 3rds.
TBA vs Xu Yan 徐炎
WuLinFeng Welterweight Bout 3rds
Alfred Khashakyan vs Lin Shuai 林帅
WuLinFeng Women’s Featherweight Bout 3rds.
Tiffany vanSoest vs Wang Cong 王聪
WuLinFeng Middleweight Bout 3rds.
Adrien Grotte vs Yi Long 一龙
Fights start at 7 p.m. at Harrah’s Las Vegas Ballroom.
Tickets are priced at $75, $100 and $150. For fight info, please dial 877-446-7962. For tickets please call 866-998-3427 or go to http://www.vegas.com.
About WCK MuayThai:
Founded in 1989, by Dennis Warner and In Sync Productions, WCK MuayThai is based in Southern California and is the largest Muay Thai sports entertainment event in North America. Championships are held in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Beijing and other cities and feature top fighters from the U.S., China, Japan, Thailand, Netherlands, South Africa, Korea, England and Australia, including such champions as Yodsanklai Fairtex, Steve McKinnon, Lamsongkram, John Wayne Parr, Craig Buchanan, Christine Toledo, Romie Adanza, Jeri Sitzes and Malaipet. For more information about WCK MuayThai, please visit http://www.wckmuaythai.com or check out our Facebook WCK MuayThai group.
About WuLinFeng group:
Starting from 2004, the Martial Arts-Entertaining Program WuLinFeng, has been broadcasted on Henan TV Station Satellite Channel. WuLinFeng combines the essential culture of the great history of China with martial arts competition and entertainment. Broadcasting weekly on Saturday at 8:00pm, this 90-minute program is one of the top ten programs viewed in all of mainland China. In 2007, WuLinFeng started to establish relationships with international promotions in Japan, England and now, the United States.
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