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🥋 For one 2020 night only: 32 fighters, 1 prize and it’s winner-takes-all. It can only be the return of 10K Karate Clash the richest prize in traditional karate at the famous Troxy. First clash at 7pm and tickets are on sale.
It’s a huge year for the sport of karate which makes its Olympic debut this summer at Tokyo 2020. And what better way to whet the appetite than at the 10K Karate Clash taking place in the capital.
A simple but compelling concept features 32 elite male open-weight competitors going head-to-head under full WKF Rules with the last man standing taking home a prize of £10,000. Alongside a Ladies Super 8 Cup will showcase elite level women’s karate with Team GB’s Lauren Salisbury already confirmed in the line-up.
Hackney-born MMA superstar Michael ‘Venom’ Page will host the evening together with Jordan Thomas a world champion and the 2018 10K Karate Clash winner who currently has his sights set on representing Team GB at the Olympics.
Don’t miss this chance to watch world-class karate up close and personal at Troxy as the sport prepares for a history-making debut in Tokyo this summer.
🗝️ Doors open: 6pm.
🥋 First clash: 7pm.
Tickets in advance are available via the ‘Get Tickets‘ link.
Tickets on the day subject to availability. Checking the 10K Karate Clash Instagram feed before travelling is recommended.
🚊 🚗 Travel tips: Using public transport is recommended for visiting Troxy. The venue – in Zone 2 – is just 200 metres from Limehouse Station which is on the DLR and C2C line from Fenchurch Street Station. You can also pick up the DLR from Bank and Tower Hill tube stations. The No.15 bus (from Trafalgar Square) is one of a number of bus routes that pass the Troxy. Parking is very restricted near the venue with red lines in operation.