Okanagan, British Columbia – A year ago, a little-known martial art of Okinawan origin, Karate, went from obscurity to worldwide fame with a karate fight.
In this video, the sport of karate has been transformed from a sport for the elite to an event that is a passion for millions of young people around the world.
A few years ago, the Karate Fight League (KFFL) launched.
A new league, the KFFL II, is currently in development and is a joint venture between the KFCKK Karate Academy and the Karat Foundation of Canada.
This league has over 300 athletes competing for the first time in a sanctioned tournament with the goal of having the best fighters in the world competing for a total prize pool of $1.2 million.
For the first two weeks of competition, the winners will be flown to the U.S. and will fight for a share of the $1 million prize money.
The first round will feature eight fighters competing in a tournament with two matches per round.
The winner will take home $500,000 and the runner-up will win $200,000.
The second round will see four fighters fighting in a two-round tournament.
The winners will take $300,000 each and the runners-up take home another $150,000 in prize money and an invitation to the world championships.
Each fighter has been vetted and tested by the federation, so they have been fully trained to the maximum level.
The fighters are then tested for safety and they are allowed to compete.
There are three different rounds per round, with the first and second rounds being a “gold” and “silver” rounds.
There is also a “bare-knuckle” round where each fighter is allowed to fight with one hand, and a “double-edged” round.
This is the beginning of a new chapter in the history of Karate.