Fight Business

Baby Panay

Village Elder
#1
Guys look, fight business in Kenya is like non existence. No boxing, MMA ama Karate.

I have been thinking, what if I begin organizing fights starting Friday to Sundays at clubs and other venues?

I know zero about this hustle so if you know more about it starting from government requirements and all then let me know.
 

Baby Panay

Village Elder
#7
Pro boxing in Kenya is a scam. I would rather play armateur. Nipewe certificate than Pro boxing. Unalipwa 8k round nane. Saa hio ume train miezi mbili. Game ikiisha promoter anaingia mitini na pesa zako. I pity pro fighters wanaumia Sana.
How about paying the fighter direct kwa account yake?
 

mbwakali

Village Elder
#11
Guys look, fight business in Kenya is like non existence. No boxing, MMA ama Karate.

I have been thinking, what if I begin organizing fights starting Friday to Sundays at clubs and other venues?

I know zero about this hustle so if you know more about it starting from government requirements and all then let me know.
By calling it a business, you are approaching it from the money angle . Fighting sports require a lot of "leisure" time and dedication in the part of the amateurs to train and hone their skills .All pro's spend MOST (60-90%) of their career in training compared to the 30 minute performance we spectate .
Ati you're thinking about starting fights in Fridays! Where are the fighters ? Where have they been training? Are they in shape? Do they adhere to a proper diet? Do they have a coach/trainer ? Etc etc . Such thinking is why Kenyan football is where it is . A situation where fans expect goals from a team they care nothing about!

If you'd like to be the pioneer . Start with something like a gym... A free gym/training club where you can recruit ,train ,choose and promote talent . The way Dana White did to UFC
 
#17
By calling it a business, you are approaching it from the money angle . Fighting sports require a lot of "leisure" time and dedication in the part of the amateurs to train and hone their skills .All pro's spend MOST (60-90%) of their career in training compared to the 30 minute performance we spectate .
Ati you're thinking about starting fights in Fridays! Where are the fighters ? Where have they been training? Are they in shape? Do they adhere to a proper diet? Do they have a coach/trainer ? Etc etc . Such thinking is why Kenyan football is where it is . A situation where fans expect goals from a team they care nothing about!

If you'd like to be the pioneer . Start with something like a gym... A free gym/training club where you can recruit ,train ,choose and promote talent . The way Dana White did to UFC
Nice. Am taking all the advise I can get.
 

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