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2011 (Changsha) World Kickboxing Championship

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2011 Hero Legends (Changsha) World Kickboxing Championship will kick off at Helong Stadium in Changsha on Nov. 5, 2011.

It is a professional kickboxing championship with strongest lineup, greatest influence and highest level throughout the world. During the event, Chinese fighters will face the “Dream Team” organized by the four major world boxing organizations, namely, K-1, WBC, THAI FIGHT and FIGHT CODE. Computer Warrior Yodsanklai, the Cheetah Vuyisile Colossa and other top boxing fighters will challenge Chinese masters on the occasion.

Integrating with hi-tech training, traditional Shaolin kung fu and foreign fighting skills encounter in the hometown of martial arts – China. The gorgeous clashes of such diverse wrestle styles must feast your eyes!

Time: 19: 30, Nov. 5, 2011 (Saturday)

Venue: Helong Stadium, Changsha, Hunan





1. 60,000 boxing fans witness an unprecedented kickboxing feast

Helong Stadium can accommodate 60,000 audiences to enjoy this kickboxing feast on site, which is six times of the number of the audiences of K-1GP Final at the end of 2010. Hence, this “Hero Legends” in Changsha should be not only the largest boxing championship in China, but also a monument in world boxing history.


2. Kickboxing “Dream Team” organized by the four major world boxing organizations


2011 Hero Legends (Changsha) World Kickboxing Championship adopts international boxing rules and invites international professional referees to build an international boxing championship. A kickboxing “Dream Team” consisting of top fighters from K-1, WBC, THAIFIGHT and FIGHTCODE will gather on the stage.


3. Shaolin, fighting in the name of Chinese kung fu

Shaolin has long been honored as the origin of Chinese kung fu. Facing the challenge of the “Dream Team”, Shaolin will, in the name of Chinese kung fu, fight instead of keeping silence.


4. International stars Tony Jaa and Sammo Hung Kam-Bo support the champion on site

Kickboxing supports the development of action movies while the flourish of action movies pushes forward the market of kickboxing. Hong Kong action movie star Sammo Hung Kam-Bo, Thai boxing actor Tony Jaa, as well as members of the “Seven Little Fortunes” of Hong Kong movie Yuen Wah, Yuen Biao and Yuen Qiu will come to the venue to cheer for the fighters.