MediaZone Expands Programming Through Online Coverage of Shin Do Kumate XII Thai Boxing Event

MediaZone,
announced live online coverage of the Shin Do Kumate fighting event this
Saturday, May 12th from

Jacksonville,

FL, via a new relationship with
MKM Knockout Promotions, Inc. This coverage of Shin Do Kumate is the first of
three LIVE events that will be available on MediaZone including SDK XIII in
June and SDK XIV “Ancient Ones” in September, both set to take place
in

Tampa, FL.
Ultimate fighting fans can check out the action live and on-demand at
MediaZone.com/Fighting.

MediaZone’s
coverage of Shin Do Kumate and the “The Way of the Fighting Spirit”
allows audiences worldwide to experience this hardcore, action-packed form of
martial arts known as Muay Thai, which is normally considered inaccessible to
most audiences. The addition of this fighting programming builds upon
MediaZone’s reputation in covering some of the most marquee sporting,
entertainment and international events, as well as developing sports markets.

Founded in
2002 by Master Mehrdad Moayedi, Muay Thai is better known as Thai Kickboxing in

North America and is a professional sport that
features knockouts, discipline and honor as in traditional Kumate fights.
Consumers can watch in-depth coverage of this hardcore form of martial arts
with no knockdown rules and three three-minute rounds through a variety of
viewing packages on MediaZone. Ultimate fighting fans can experience Rick
“The Jet” Roufus take on John James plus other various heavyweight
bouts with an

All

Access
Pass
on MediaZone for just $9.99.

“MediaZone
has proven successful at delivering unique and compelling sports programming
and this latest coverage of the fastest growing international brand of powerful
Muay Thai Kickboxing is no exception,” said Chris Ott, sports division
director, MediaZone. “This exciting form of Mixed Martial Arts fighting
taps into the ritual honor and customs of the
Far East
and further exemplifies our ability to provide the most in-depth coverage of
sports events to audiences worldwide, anytime and anywhere.”

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