Rico Verhoeven has big plans for this fall. Kickboxers are one of the driving forces behind HIT IT, on October 29th in Rotterdam Ahoy. HIT IT will be an evening event with kickboxing matches, where many artists from home and abroad will give music performances.
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“On October 29, a lot of beautiful things will be treated like audiences in the United States and Japan,” Verhoeven promises. The evening will conclude with a fight by the world champion himself, although his opponent is still a surprise. “When I face a major opponent as the reigning GLORY Champion, there is still a lot at stake for me. I have to be defeated and will remain undefeated until the end of 2024.”
According to the organization, the audience is also waiting for a spectacular show at half-time, such as the American performances around the Super Bowl. The live entertainment will be designed by dancer and choreographer Timur Stevens. The event list will be announced from April 15, and regular ticket sales will begin on April 21.
In addition to professional athletes, many famous guests participate in the ring as boxers. Ex-footballer Dirk Coyt is one such celebrity. He will make his charity debut as a boxer and will face another famous person who has no background in sports. To prepare the celebrities for the episode, they train with professional teams, including Rico Verhoeven’s.
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