Super Art Fight’s Return To DC NOW HAS A CARD!

On Saturday Night, November 5th, 2011, we at Super Art Fight are proud to be making our return to the Nation’s Capital, Washington DC at one of our homes away from home, the wonderful Red Palace.

We’ve already announced our musical guest for the evening, the video game rockers in Rare Candy, now we’re ready to announce our three bout card, sending our roster of talented artists onto the road to Super Art Fight 12!

The Red Palace has held two of our most outrageous shows to date, so we knew we had to deliver with this card, and deliver we have, with three super solid bouts featuring some of our best talents to tackle the canvas.

Coming up on November 5th, you will see these three bouts!

“The Nicest Man in Art Fight” Brandon J. Carr versus Darl “Apocalypse” Gnau

2011 has been a heck of a year for new talent in Super Art Fight. Brandon J. Carr, while a 2010 debut, has truly made a name for himself, defeating many of SAF’s top talents and carving his niche as a unique star in the mix of the Super Art Fight roster while ascending to the top row of championship contenders. Opposing Carr on November 5th is Darl Gnau. Having risen above 15 other competitors through the Super ARt Fight Idol tournament, he has made a big splash since becoming a full time member of the SAF roster back at Super Art Fight 11, and even defeated SAF Champion Michael Bracco and SAF co-founder Nick Borkowicz earlier this month.  This bout is all about two hungry fighters striving to make their name in Super Art Fight and is sure to be one of the most hard fought all night long. Strap in – this is gonna be a good one!

Jamie “Brawlin” Baldwin versus Chris “Impact” Impink

Chris Impink and Jamie Baldwin have each been a part of Super Art Fight since it’s inception.  Both have seen the growth of the company alongside their growth as SAF veterans and legends in the making.  But over 2011, each has battled to keep their spot amongst growing adversity. Impink has found success reinventing himself as the battling robot “MECHA IMPINK”, but for Jamie Baldwin, she’s been trying to fight her way out of a tough spot. Since dropping the SAF title at the beginning of the year to Michael Bracco, she’s tried her hand at the tag world, fought in singles, but nothing has yet to stick.  With just two events remaining in the Super Art Fight calendar year, it’s time for these fighters to gain momentum heading into 2012 – but who will make the true IMPACT?

Super Art Fight Champion Michael “Spaghetti Kiss” Bracco versus Jamie “Angry Zen Master” Noguchi in a non-title bout

This is a true battle of Super Art Fight titans. On one side, Michael “Spaghetti Kiss” Bracco, the current and only two-time Super Art Fight Champion, the main who has become the face of Super Art Fight. On the other, the crazy and unpredictable Angry Zen Master, Jamie Noguchi, the first ever Super Art Fight Champion and co-creator of this sport we call our own. The last time these gentlemen battled was before a sold-out Frederick, Maryland audience and the bout came down to the wire. This time, they’re in DC and ANYTHING can and will happen.  Be at the Red Palace to see whose hand is raised in victory.

Tickets will be on sale soon for our DC return, at just $15. Be sure to get your tickets early, as The Red Palace fills up quickly. We can’t wait to see you there!

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