Art of War returns on July 30 in Beijing

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Wednesday July 27, 2016 Art of War 18, which takes place July 30th at the Olympic sports stadium in Beijing, continues AOW’s tradition of getting bigger and better with each show.

Then BJJ instructor Andy Pi held the first Art of War Fighting Championships (AOW) event in 2005. Mr. Pi is considered the Godfather of MMA in China. With a coveted contract on Chinese State Television and polished rock concert-like production values, AOW gives homegrown Chinese fighters a platform to compete against each other and top international fighters from around the world.

“As Chinese athletes continue to embrace MMA the sport is exploding in popularity in China,” says Pi. “As the first and most prestigious Mixed Martial Arts League in China, Art of War is the leading force in the development of Chinese fighting talent. Most of the major Chinese stars making noise in the UFC and in Asia today came through our program. When the Chinese equivalent of GSP, Conor McGregor or Ronda Rousey emerges and takes the sport to the next level in China you can bet that they’ll have come up through our organization.“





In the Main Event colorful Chinese Grappler Handong Kong will face South Korean Slugger Dawoon Jung.

AOW 18 will also feature the first round of a four-man tournament to crown the new AOW Welterweight World Champion. In the first bracket of the tournament UFC veteran and Jiu-Jitsu specialist Junior Assuncao will fight tough Adam Townsend. In the second bracket Japanese warhorse Yuki Sasaki will face the dreaded Frenchman Tahar Hadbi.

Art of War 18 – Fight Card:

  • Jung Dawoon (South Korea) vs. Kong Handong (China)
  • Tahar Hadbi (France) vs. Yuki Sasaki (Japan)
  • Junior Assuncao (Brazil) vs. Adam Townsend (USA)
  • Muha Li (China) vs. Martin Akhtar (Sweden)
  • Xianliang Zheng (China) vs. Fuhito Hasegawa (Japan)
  • Lijiburen Wu (China) vs. Dong Gyu Kim (South Korea)
  • Jumayi Ayideng (China) vs. Yuki O’Hara (Japan)
  • Haoyang He (Taiwan) vs. Marc Guyon (France)
  • Wu Ge Te Me Ji (China) vs. Marjo Borres (Philippines)
  • Rige Hu (China) vs. Seng Li (China)

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