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Mi-Ki-Do KICKBOXING TEAM ADD THREE WINS TO THEIR RECORD

The Mi-Ki-Do Team went undefeated in the Combat Sports Challenge 2 in Richmond, VA. on May 29, 2004. They have won 26 titles and will be competing this summer for more! This makes Coach Mike Hess one of the best and winniest coach in Kickboxing history!!

Ben Russell, 11 yrs. old Mi-Ki-Do junior champion started the night with a great exhibition of his hand skills in a very exciting boxing match. He controlled the fight and won an unanimous decision.

Umaer Haq , 16 year old sophmore at Hayfield H.S. won the WKA USA Amateur Southeastern Regional Featherweight Muay Thai Championship . He fought a very tough fight against an opponent from New York. Umaer's record is 6-0/1 and Three Titles and is training to compete in the Nationals.

Nicole Hess, 16 year old junior from Lake Braddock H.S. won the WKA USA Amateur Eastern Regional Women's Lightweight Muay Thai Championship. Nicole showed her incredible ability and poise by fighting five strong rounds against a tough opponent, Avigail Yahudah from Georgia . In less then four years Nicole only sixteen years old has won Seven Titles in the three different styles (Full Contact, International Rules & Muay Thai) , establishing her as one of the youngest women's champion in the world just as her brother ( Brent Hess) set his mark last year at a young age of 17 years old! She will keep competing and as the young champion Nicole says : " You have to Beat the Best to be THE BEST and that's what I intend to do!"

The Mi-Ki-Do team will be busy training for National & International Championships this summer. Mi-Ki-Do Champion Brent Hess will be competing this summer while in summer break from college.

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