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(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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MMA Fight at North Middle School “A Smash Hit”
Bunny Hawkersmith, owner of Bunny’s MMA and president of the United Fighters Alliance who promoted the MMA Mixed Martial Arts event at North Middle School in Decherd on Saturday night, Nov. 7, said the event was a “smash hit.”
“We had a full crowd of people that were more than satisfied,” Hawkersmith said. “Everyone was congratulating me on how well organized and professionally run the show was. I’ve had call after call and people coming up to me everywhere I go, wanting to know when the next event is to be held. I am so pleased how well the show went.
People from all over the nation, as far away as California, competed. One competitor was an NFL football player with the Redskins, and Ray Mercer of the Boston Celtics was sitting in the crowd as well as the other five stars that were on the special guest appearance list.
Hawkersmith also said this event has led to other competitions for his fighters.
A promoter from Illinois, who promotes fights for Harrah’s casinos in Las Vegas asked Hawkersmith about adding one of his fighters to his Vegas fight card at the beginning of the year.
“I was flattered to get such an offer,” Hawkersmith said. “[The promoter] said our fighters were very professional, and he was really impressed for a show in such a small town to be as good as the other shows he has attended. I give all the credit to the vendors, photographers and video crews, my fighters, our sponsors, volunteers and the people of this county who came out and supported this event to make it a smash hit.”
Hawkersmith said due to the success of Saturday’s event he plans on hosting another fight sometime in the near future.