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Martial Arts throwdown is a show-stopper

Combat at the Capitale, presented a night of Mixed Martial Arts, (MMA),in Chinatown. Numerous fighters paired up to demonstrate their talents in Kickboxing and Muay Thai, an ancient martial arts style developed in Thailand.

The five main matches took place between well known MMA fighters, along with the main matches ten ancillary matches took place. MMA fighter Jeff Lentz challenged Sensei Majad to a match, Lentz won the match.

MMA fighter Jose Sulsano and James Smith settled their differences with a spirited display of their respective Muay Thai skills,Smith won the match.

Marcus Taylor and Wayne Brown also fought, Taylor won the match.

Andrea DeAngelo was victorious over Chrissy Yandolli, and In a climatic moment a match between James DeSantis and Mike Han was declared a draw.

The evening’s matches provided entertainmentand numerous spirited demonstrations of Mixed martial arts skills practiced at a high level.

Competitors Lentz, Sulsano, Taylor and Brown all train at Louis Neglia’s Martial Arts Inc., at 365 Avenue U. For additional information call 718-372-9089.

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