Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Malaysian Invasion Mixed Martial Arts Semi Finals 2016

6 Aug 2016 - Got to know that a passionate YK Tang, MIMMA Offical Head photographer, as he invited me to MIMMA. Knowing nothing about mixed martial art, basically I would be a spectator instead.

Didn't know YK Tang so famous oh, LOL: https://www.facebook.com/YKTangPhotography/?fref=ts

Things you need to know about MIMMA:

Malaysian Invasion Mixed Martial Arts (MIMMA) is the first largest All-Malaysian Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Amateur Tournament in Malaysia.

MIMMA aims to nurture and grow local talents from the MMA scene by preparing a platform for amateurs to contend and put their highly honed skills and countless hours of dedicated training to the test.

The tournament consists of 7 different weight classes which are Flyweight, Bantamweight, Featherweight, Lightweight, Welterweight, Middleweight and Heavyweight. There are also female category and also foreign pride category (Non-Malaysian).
Are you a fighter? Supporter? Let's the champion to be upon to those who bear all the pain and to be honored with victory.

The fighting championship will be open to all Malaysian citizens who are 18 years old and above.

You can see that some MMA fans are busy playing online games while the MMA fighters were taking a break.

Here comes the spectator and also fans who are waiting patiently for the show to start.

This time, I will be able to witness live MIMMA featherweight category - Mohd Ridzuan B. Dahari (Selangor) vs Cheah Wen Khyn (KL)

And the game starts!

You can see that Mohd Ridzuan B. Dahari is in full blow ready to knock down Cheah, but Cheah at his very best to defend himself. Watching the live show, makes my body tickling, making the gesture of hitting someone in the air as they take action in the ring.

Approximately for 3 rounds, Cheah locked Ridzuan on the floor, trying to hit Ridzuan.

And the winner is Cheah! Congratulations!

And a piece of video showing the women fight and the leather weight fight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4A6UsXGx3w

It was a fun experience indeed. It really does motivate people to join mixed martial art, in terms of health, skills, and motivation.

MIMMA is brought to you by Tune Talk.


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