Wanted - Promoters & Trainers
Hello to all our world-wide web surfers we hope you enjoy the Prokick website and get
a feel of what we have been doing here in Northern Ireland for the last 30 years with
STOP PRESS for those of you operating in New York USA, Shanghai and Hong Kong!
ProKick's founder and former kickboxing world champion Billy Murray is travelling to the three locations above next weekend and is keen to meet up with first-time and experienced promoters to forge reciprocal return team events for amateur and professional fighters, if interested then please contact us below.
IF you are a promoter/trainer
in any of the above countries who runs shows and find it difficult finding fighters
then please look no further. I can help by bringing a team of fighters
to your promotion free of charge.
Our team will pay the flights and I am willing to do this if you
agree to forge reciprocal link-up fights
Ask yourself these questions
Do you or your club?
Want regular competition
Want to travel to Ireland and other
Want a team of fighters to compete
at your event
Want to promote an event but don't
know were to start
Want title opportunities
Want TV exposure for your club, event
If the answer is yes to the above
- Then look no further email me at billymurray@ProKick.com
IT is an opportunity for fighters and promoters to stop and think
about their future.
Do you really have dreams and ambitions and are you going to achieve
If so, then don’t be afraid to drop into our gym or drop me
an email and kick-start us working together.
I have promoted LIVE TV events in Belfast and assisted in other
Live TV events in other countries, I also promoted 6 events at home
alone in Northern Ireland in 2007 plus 12 kids events - our fighters
were at 10 other events across the world all under the WKN banner
Lets start talking NOW, here's my email address BillyMurray@prokick.com
Please note: My time is extremely limited due to my busy
schedule, only the serious reply to this offer which I will reply
to - no time wasters please.
Belfast, Northern Ireland
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