Hey kickboxing fanatics, mark your calendars because this June, the world's best kickboxers are packing their bags and heading to Budapest, Hungary for the 28th Hungarian Kickboxing World Cup! This high-energy event is expected to be a thrilling spectacle that you don't want to miss.
Now, if you're thinking, "I'm not a pro, can I really compete?" Well, guess what? The answer is a resounding YES! This year's World Cup is open to kickboxers of all levels and ages. So whether you're a seasoned fighter or a novice eager to step into the ring for the first time, this is your chance to showcase your skills on a global stage.
Budapest, often referred to as the 'Paris of the East,' is known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant nightlife. And come mid-June, it will also be known as the kickboxing capital of the world. The city will be buzzing with anticipation as fighters from around the globe descend upon the BOK Hall, a state-of-the-art venue, to compete for glory, and yes, you heard it right, the highest prize money ever offered in the event's history.
But the excitement isn't just for the athletes. Whether you're a die-hard kickboxing enthusiast or new to the sport, there's something for everyone. The event promises an unforgettable experience with electrifying matches, exclusive accommodation & transportation deals, and even a new weigh-in date to keep things interesting.
And here's the icing on the cake: there's no entry permission required to participate in the event. That means if you've got the passion and the drive, nothing can stop you from joining the fray! Plus, with e-payment options and a wealth of online resources for registration, ticket sales, and more, getting involved has never been easier.
So, are you ready to be part of the action? Whether you're planning to compete, cheer from the sidelines, or tune in from home, the 28th Hungarian Kickboxing World Cup 2023 is set to deliver an adrenaline-fueled event that promises to keep you on the edge of your seat. Stay tuned for more updates, and remember - in kickboxing, as in life, it's not about how hard you can hit, but how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.
- WAKO Official Website
- Sportdata Event Page