Saturday, June 7, 2014

Boxing And MMA Unites In Training Future Combatants

Photo Credit: Kicks MMA 
Press Release: June 7, 2014 By Majestic Raven Entertainment - O.Z. Productions of Katy Texas and Kicks MMA of Missouri City, Texas have created a joint partnership that will increase the range of their instructional programs. Kicks MMA, which teaches various martial arts including Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Tae Kwon Do believes that incorporating boxing will have benefits in both physical fitness and self-defense.

"Boxing is a martial art and that is something that I think many forget." Says CEO of O.Z. Productions, Rafael Ochoa. "This isn't a competition between two combat sports on the fundamentals of which one is better. This isn't Golden Boy versus the UFC. This is for the practitioners to learn how to be more effective in self defense techniques. Boxing techniques is essential in all martial arts and we look forward to bringing our knowledge to MMA. It's called mixed martial arts for a reason"

Cory Greenroad, President of Kicks is delighted about the partnership. "I have known Ochoa (Rafael) for many years and believe that this will allow boxing and mix martial art. 
The partnership will officially begin in July of 2014 and will be offered to all age groups at Kicks MMA and will be offered to amateur and professionals.

About O.Z. Productions®
O.Z. Productions is a promotion and management company with over 15 years of experience in developing amateur and professional boxers.  For more information on O.Z. Production, visit their official website at www.ozproductions.net

Material Courtesy of:Majestic Raven Entertainment Used with permission.

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