Posted 3/24/07 5:29:00PM
The Arnold Classic, taking place in Columbus, Ohio from Feb. 29 through March 2, celebrates many forms of fitness and martial arts. This year will mark the debut of mixed martial arts at the expo, as an amateur event will take place and champions in multiple weight classes will be crowned.
Celebrating its 20th year anniversary, the Arnold Classic has always been a home to martial arts and with the growth of MMA throughout the world the amateur tournament this year is nothing short of historical.
Legendary martial artist Terrance “Tokey” Hill, who organizes and leads the charge for the martial arts portion of the Arnold Classic, lobbied to have MMA included in this year’s event and now it is a reality.
The event will run alongside many traditional martial arts programs at the Arnold Classic including Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Jiu-Jitsu, and San Shou. MMA will debut with an eight-man tournament represented by fighters and teams from across the world.
Posted 4/5/07 8:23:00PM
yea...tokey came down and talked to us at hooks for books...a boxing event put on my mark frazie...im not completely sure but my brother might be fighting in it....he plans on turning pro in the next couple of months
Posted 5/13/07 10:35:00AM
yeal That al right man and the boy they seed that is going pro is my cousin