The 13th of November marks the 31th installment of Adelaide's premier MuayThai Kickboxing promotion, Knees Of Fury. Headlining the biggest event ever held by Sheppster Promotions will be the colossal meeting of two undisputed world champions, WMC world champion Paul Slowinski and IKBF world champion Andre Meunier. Both fighters are defending world champions and will be battling it in front of the Fox Sports camera’s, to find out who is truly the best of the best. What makes this fight so unique, is that not only are both fighters world champions, but both are Australian & both have massive crowd support right here in Adelaide.In the biggest battle of crowd favorites SA has ever seen, don’t miss out on your chance to witness the might and power of Slowinski battle the speed and tenacity of Meunier.
Co-headlining the event will be three super fights. The first being an international slugfest between the knockout king Charles August and his opponent from across thepond, Ra Jonathon. The second super fight will see Fox Sports Kickboxing highlight-reel regular and state champion Gary Williams, take on one of Queensland’s brightestprospects Emilio Schmidt. The final super fight will see Steve Bahan and Michael Altamura fight it out for the SA light heavyweight state title. In an event that’s being broadcast on Fox Sports, Knees Of Fury 31 has one of the deepest cards of any promotion in 2010, featuring seven fighters with title belts on the one event, and some of the best in Australia fighting each other for the first time ever.
Serious bragging rights are on the line at Knees Of Fury 31, on November 13th at the ETSA Park Stadium. With showdowns across ten weight classes on the main card, this event is set to be the most entertaining night of fight’s Adelaide has ever seen. With limited tickets still available, and all general admission tickets being seated in the raised stadium seating areas, be sure to get in and secure your tickets now from any of the thirteen Ticketek sales offices around Adelaide.
Doors Open: Sat 6.00PM, November 13, 2010
Venue: ETSA Park Stadium