May 4, 2010

Nasser Nassiri, WAKO IF Vice President and President of WAKO Asian Continental Division has met with Mr. Abdulrezagh Sayed Mohammadi, the representative of WAKO U.A.E.

WAKO U.A.E which is a new built organization is continuing the development of our sport in Dubai.

Mr. Abdulrezagh Sayed Mohammadi in his report to WAKO Asia confirmed the interest of U.A.E sportsmen in Kickboxing sport and participation in WAKO competition but declared that this will need time as the sport of Kickboxing is a young sport in the country and is practiced occasionally often by foreign people and athletes coming from others countries of region who live in UAE.

Mr. Abdulrezagh Sayed Mohammadi added that promotion of a new sport is difficult but having athletes able to compete at international level is a goal much more difficult to reach and will take many years, particularly in the styles of Ring sports where the experiences of athletes in U.A.E are very limited compared to other WAKO member countries.

Mr. Abdulrezagh Sayed Mohammadi also confirmed that the important step for him will stays the promotion of WAKO Kickboxing through organization of several events, galas and amicable competition which will give to the UAE citizens the better idea of Kickboxing sport and bring to them the pleasure of practicing Kickboxing.

In that regards, Mr. Abdulrezagh Sayed Mohammadi and Nasser Nassiri have signed the engagement for the organization of the first jointed WAKO ASIA & WAKO U.A.E event. The date and place will be announced shortly.

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