Way back, in the year known as 2013, back at the Red Palace in Washington DC, on November 8th or so, Brandon J. Carr had the battle of his life against the Charm City Shinobi, Dann Malihom.
The stakes were high – a shot at the Super Art Fight championship – and the bout was incredible, both artists giving their – but in the end, only one could have their hand raised, and with the audience’s cheers and applause, the crowd made it clear, they wanted to see “The Nicest Man in Art Fight” go to retain Super Art Fight gold.
It’s been over a year since Brandon J. Carr lost his Super Art Fight championship, and with opportunity at his side, he decided he’d take his shot when all eyes were on Super Art Fight – at Super Art Fight’s 100 Shows Celebration: A Homecoming, on March 8th, live in Baltimore at the Ottobar.
He faces one of the most creative and crafty competitors in SAF history, our current champion, Kelsey “Killer” Wailes. Can Carr rise above and join the elite club of two-time SAF champs? Or will Kelsey continue her reign atop the SAF locker room? Find out for yourself and join us live and in person!
SUPER ART FIGHT 100 MAIN EVENT
KELSEY “KILLER” WAILES defends her SAF CHAMPIONSHIP
“THE NICEST MAN IN ART FIGHT” BRANDON J. CARR