The Super Art Fight Class of 2011 is proving to be one to remember.
Brandon J. Carr, current Super Art Fight Champion debuted in January 2011.
“The Business” Henry Alexander, “Charm City Shinobi” Dann Malihom, and Darl “Apocalypse” Gnau all debuted in May 2011 as a part of the Super Art Fight Idol tournament, and have seen success in the tag world.
But in the case of those last two competitors, the battle has become a bit more personal.
At Super Art Fest, during the 2012 SAF Idol tournament, Malihom and Gnau each took potential artists under their wings, coaching from the sidelines. They had started at the bottom and made their way to the top. They knew the roads, and generously donated their knowledge to a new generation of talent. But in doing so, they became heated with each other. Smack talk was tossed around on both sides, especially about how each had done since debuting. Heated words were exchanged backstage – Gnau, having won the 2011 Idol tournament wondering what Malihom had done to deserve his respect. Malihom, appropriately, pointing out that he thus far had held one title, Gnau, none.
Typically, cool, calm, cocky and collected, this set off the man known as “Apocalypse”, and he immediately demanded to speak to the SAF Championship committee.
They knew there was only one way to settle the issue…
Saturday night, September 21st, Live at the Ottobar in Baltimore, Maryland…a Battle of Generational Rivals!
“Charm City Shinobi” Dann Malihom
Darl “Apocalypse” Gnau
Only one can win. And you can only see it live. Get your tickets today, MissionTix.com!
We had a chance to speak to the “Charm City Shinobi” about this bout, and we have his comments here, right from the official Super Art Fight YouTube Channel. Check it out!