With the popularity of Glory Kickboxing on Spike TV, there is a renewed interest among fight fans for kickboxing events. And the timing couldn't be better for Trinity Kickboxing Championship, a brand new promotion that is ready to give fans and fighters an opportunity to be a part of something very special. The first TKC event takes place on May 3, 2014 at S.J.V. High School in Holmdel, New Jersey. The event is sanctioned by the NJSACB.
TKC is an amateur and Class A fight promotion that uses K-1/Glory rules. Trinity's goal is to start promoting on the amateur level in the North East of the United States and gradually grow into bigger venues with professional competitors. Trinity will put on action packed events with high octane entertainment thrilling our audience and strive for a future televised distribution deal.
Trinity Kickboxing Championship is promoted by John A Narleski, who has promoted combat sport events prior to starting TKC. Narkeski is a former kickboxer himself, which gives him keen insight into the production and matchmaking aspects of TKC.
John is excited about the growing combat sports marketplace. And as someone who has been involved in the Martial Arts for over 35 years, John has a vast knowledge of his demographic viewing audience.
"Kickboxing appeals to men, women and teens," he said. "Our viewing audience ranges from the ages of 13 to 55, from the avid fight fan to the true Martial Arts enthusiast."
And he is pulling out all the stops for this first show, including having a live rock band perform.
Trinity Kickboxing Championship takes place on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at S.J.V. High School, Holmdel, New Jersey. For ticket info, call 908-510-2745 or visit the TKC Facebook page: