With arguably our biggest event to date on the horizon, all of the Super Art Fight roster has been jockeying to get on the card for Super Art Fight 8, on October 15th at the Ottobar in Baltimore, Maryland.
We’ve come off a long and crazy summer of convention shows, and out of those events has spun quite the interesting rivalry.
Back at Intervention in Rockville, Maryland, a tag match between the teams of Jami Noguchi & Chris Impink and Bryan Prindiville & Kelsey Wailes hit the canvas.Â Putting the long running Prindiville/Wailes team against a combination of Art Fight legends, it was viewed by many to be the most exciting bout of the afternoon.Â What we didn’t expect, however, was a rivalry to be formed.
Having started the year at Super Art Fight 6 as participants in a 4-way battle royale, Chris Impink and Bryan Prindiville started battling on the canvas like wild dogs, each artist proving to one up each other step by step.Â In the end, the team of Noguchi and Impink had the win, but Prindiville wanted more.
Generally a man of silence, Prindiville sent a tersely worded e-mail to the SAF Championship Committee, demanding the chance to face the “Godfather of Super Art Fight” in a one-on-one bout.Â His request was QUICKLY confirmed.
So, at Super Art Fight 8, it will be…
Bryan “Silent But Violent” Prindiville versus Chris “Impact” Impink!
Prindiville is starting to build a name for himself, with a match of the night candidate against Michael Bracco at Super Art Fight 7 and impressive showings in battle royales and tag bouts, but he’s never faced a competitor quite like The Impact.Â Chris Impink isn’t to be forgotten easily, having just defeated SAF co-founder Jami Noguchi at Super Art Fight 7, building important momentum in the hopes of obtaining a future SAF title shot.
Either way, this bout is sure to rock the roof off at the Ottobar, and there’s no better way to see it than by joining us live on October 15th. Tickets are available now!