Latest News form from IIMAIA Instructor Byran Mossey – Louisiana.
The newest champion to come out or the Pedro Sauer Total Self Defense Academy. Adam level 1 fought three fights to decision and took home the wins with devastating clinch and knee work to become tournament champion.
Very proud of Khru Nishi and Kristen who are continuing the legacy of creating champions. I am very proud of them.
Bryan K. Mossey
Congratulations to IIMAIA instructor
Dr. Robert Bryce (center) who received his Shodan in Judo (Dec. 2012)
Jeff Steele (3rd Dan )left, Dr. Robert Bryce (center), Maurice Allen(8th Dan) right
Saturday, December. 1 from Raleigh Studios – Playa Vista, CA.
Live on Direct TV® and INDEMAND® at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT
TICKETS ON SALE NOVEMBER 12, 2012
LOS ANGELES – Undefeated Muay Thai fighter Simon Marcus will take Sweden’s Sadibou Sy, when MUAY THAI IN AMERICA (MTIA) in honor of the King of Thailand’s birthday heads to Raleigh Studios in Play Vista, CA on Saturday, Dec. 1. The event will air live on DIRECT TV® and INDEMAND® at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT.
In honor of the King of Thailand’s Birthday, MTIA will bring together 18 of the best Muay Thai fighters, “Nak Muay”, from the U.S. and around the world to participate in eight fierce bouts, live before an international audience. This will be an unprecedented red carpet gala affair in celebration of the King’s birthday.
MTIA is rapidly positioning itself as a leader in the world of combative stand-up sports. Muay Thai is the most devastating, yet graceful, culturally balanced art form on the planet. Practiced, like a religion throughout the world, Muay Thai is in need of professional execution. MTIA has elevated the presentation of professional Muay Thai to the level of HBO Boxing and that of our closest competitor, ULTIMATE FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP (UFC). MTIA has set the bar and is expected to become the industry leader in professional martial art competition.
Guro Dan Inosanto, IAMA’s Jeff Imada & Nino Pilla are Ringside to cheer on Nonito Donaire “The Filipino Flash”
CONGRATULATIONS Nonito Donaire “The Filipino Flash”
CARSON, Calif. Jul 07, 2012
Nonito Donaire beats Jeffrey Mathebula by unanimous decision to unify WBO, IBF 122-pound belts.
Nonito Donaire added the IBF 122-pound title to his WBO belt with a unanimous decision over South Africa’s Jeffrey Mathebula on Saturday night, earning his 28th consecutive victory in a unification bout.
On Saturday night at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California, Nonito Donaire, 29(18)-1, unified the WBO and IBF super bantamweight titles, winning a unanimous decision, taking a world title from Jeffrey Mathebula (26-3-2, 14 KO) by way of unanimous decision. This was his 28th consecutive victory in a unification bout.
Donaire is now the IBF as well as WBO junior featherweight (122)