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Andrew McCreary at Shidokan Karate kickboxing Tokyo - Video

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Northern Ireland's up-n-coming kickboxing teenage 17 year old Andrew McCreary experienced a trip of a life-time as he was part of Northern Ireland's ProKick WKN amateur kickboxing team who travelled to Japan to enhance their martial Art careers.
First they travelled to Nagoya where the team faced an amateur select from Master Hoost's Gym. A few days later the team visited the J-Network for sparring and training. The final leg of training was hosted by the WKN Japanese office held at the Shidokan Karate & kickboxing in Tokiwadai Tokyo which is a branch of the Japanese Shidokan honbu.
The young amateur ProKick team faced some of Japan's hardened professionals for sparring with all of the team having the opportunity of a few 3 minute rounds of kickboxing sparring. Check the Japanese fighter out.
Team coach Billy Murray said: " I'd like to thank the Shidokan Karate & kickboxing in Tokiwadai Tokyo - and especially Mrs Shinobu SESHIME who went out of her way to help us. The sparring was great and invaluable for this young team. I really wanted to pit my guys with the same standard of amateurs from Shidokan. This would have given me a better indication to gauge our performances. Having said that all our team loved the chance to step into the ring with some of Japan's finest kickboxing talent."
Watashi wa Shidokan mattaku no okage de, subete no karera no tasuke ni Shinokan suru ni wa, kono kikai o riyō shitai to omoimasu.頑張って、私たちはまた会う日まで Ganbatte, watashi-tachi wa mata au hi made

Billy Murray OSU!
ProKick team coach & manager


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