(February 4th 2013)CNN Headline News is reporting on Childrens MMA programs. As Bunny stated 4 years ago when he developed this program for kids,
It is the fastest growing sport and will soon be in every hometown. There is more to MMA than violence, it develops self confidence, respect, discipline and a sense of accomplishment and physical well-being.
Bunny’s MMA has been on the leading edge of this sport for the past several years and will continue to be in the fore front of this new and controversial sport sweeping the World.
As staed this sport is spread fast. Bunny has never had any injuries and the parents of the children involved are most supportive.
The United Fighters Alliance has already developed a network of affiliate training facilities and expects the sport to be center stage in the next few years.
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Both county and state officials have honored Bunny Hawkersmith for what he has accomplished in his career as a martial artist, fight promoter and all that he’s done to help his local community during the economic hard times. Franklin County Mayor Richard Stewart recently presented Hawkersmith with a proclamation announcing Nov. 5 as “Bunny Hawkersmith Day” in Franklin County. State Rep. David Alexander also presented Hawkersmith a proclamation on behalf of himself, State Sen. Eric Stewart, Speaker of the House Beth Harwell and the State of Tennessee, in recognition of all Hawkersmith’s accomplishments. Hawkersmith’s most recent MMA show was a great success. Hawkersmith thanked all the spectators at the sold-out MMA event Saturday, Nov. 5 at North Middle School, stating that their ticket money was not only for the show but also a contribution to their local community for almost all the sales tax goes to education. He also mentioned that all the money spent outside the show helps local businesses.