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Old 06-15-2006, 02:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Chute Boxe Comes To The Usa

Chute Boxe to Open its first Training Center in the United States

Los Angeles will be home for the Chute Boxe USA Academy

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. – Chute Boxe USA, in partnership with Nazil Sports Group, will open its doors to the public on June 8, 2006 marking the organization’s first ever training center in the United States. The Chute Boxe USA training center, owned and operated by Nazil Sports Group, is a 2,800 square foot facility equipped with a circuit weight machine, cardio treadmill, private locker room, shower area and restroom. The training center will be offering classes in the following areas: Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Wrestling, Boxing, Cardio Kickboxing and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) training. The Chute Boxe USA training center is located on: 633 North La Brea Avenue Suite D Los Angeles, CA 90036.

“Our partnership with Nazil Sports Group will establish a solid foundation to teach, train and showcase the Chute Boxe style in America”, said Roberto Piccinini, Chute Boxe instructor and representative. “When I traveled from Brazil to southern California over 3 years ago, my ultimate dream was to open a Chute Boxe Academy. Now my dream has become reality. I welcome all MMA athletes, who are interested in learning and understanding the Chute Boxe style, to our academy”.

Beginning June 8, 2006, the general public will be able to sign-up for scheduled classes and/or private training sessions. There will be introductory and intermediate classes specifically for women and children. The Chute Boxe training center will also be offering massage therapy where members can add it on to their training class packages.

“We are extremely excited to join forces with Coach Roberto and the Chute Boxe team”, said Rodel Lizan, President/CEO of Nazil Sports Group. “We welcome the opportunity in assisting the growth and education of Chute Boxe in the United States. In addition, we look forward to develop Chute Boxe’s business ventures as its awareness expands”.


About Chute Boxe
The Chute Boxe USA Academy was form in 2004 by Roberto Piccinini with the direct instruction of Head trainer Rudimar Fredrigo to open its doors of Chute Boxe Style of fighting all over the world. As the United States affiliate of the original 1978 Muay Thai Chute Boxe Academy in Curitiba, Brazil, the expansion of Chute Boxe Academy in the states is a testimony of Chute Boxe as a prime training ground for Mixed Martial Arts fighters. Chute Boxe fighters are characterized by being extremely skilled in the martial art form of: Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Boxing, Wrestling and Vale Tudo matches. For more information, visit Chute Boxe USA at (http://www.chuteboxeusa.com).

About Nazil Sports Group
Nazil Sports Group is a professional sport management company focused on promoting, organizing and educating the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) sport to corporate partners, sponsors and the general public. Nazil Sports Group will facilitate the growth of Mixed Martial Arts by establishing a platform through MMA athletes, event production and research & development. For more information, visit Nazil Sports Group at (http://www.nazilsports.com).
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Old 06-15-2006, 02:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That's going to be pretty pricey I'd imagine to train there.
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Yeah, but well worth it i'm sure.
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