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Champion

Nathan Skoufis, 23, attended and claimed the world championship at the National Black Belt League Supergrands World Championships in New York from Dec. 25 to 31. Countries including Canada, U.S., Ireland, Iran, Iraq, Dubai, France, Greece, Honduras, Mexico, Guatemala, Afghanistan, Italy, Turkey and more competed. Skoufis won the world title in the grand finale. Skoufis purposely entered the tournament as a wild card - meaning he willingly gave up his ranking to fight unranked, fighting from the bottom up. Skoufis won both major martial arts sanctioning bodies NASKA and NBL in the same calendar year. He was also selected to be part of a skilled fighting team to be assembled to compete for the team fighting title at the event. The team claimed the highly coveted world team fighting championship as well.
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Champion

January 12, 2018

 
 

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