With the dawning of a new year, we at Super Art Fight have two important resolutions.

  1. Start a full-time tag division.
  2. Settle Old Scores.

And luckily, when putting together the card for Super Art Fight 9, an opportunity to make such resolutions become a reality arose itself.

We focused originally on our second resolution.  With all of the fallout from the fan’s choice main event at Super Art Fight 8, we realized that there were a lot of people who wanted to see Chelsea “Grose Misconduct” Grose battle Nick “Ghostfreehood” Borkowicz, up to, and including, themselves!

But at the same time, there was that pesky first resolution.  After seeing the HUGE reaction to the tag bouts we’ve placed on our traveling cards, especially the amazing tag match back at Intervention 2010, we realized that it needed to become a standard part of every card.  So yes, you’ve read it here first, tag matches will be on EVERY major card moving forward.  However, that’s just what we wanted.  Would Chelsea and Nick be game?

The answer was fast and it was furious. You’d swear Vin Diesel sent it to us.  It was a resounding yes, and once we saw who they wanted as their respective partners, we knew it had to happen.

So, at Super Art Fight 9, at The Ottobar in Baltimore, MD, it will be…

Nick “Ghostfreehood” Borkowicz & Kelsey Wailes against Chelsea “Grose Misconduct” Grose & Jami “Angry Zen Master” Noguchi!

The stories in this bout are multi-layered…Noguchi and Borkowicz co-founding Super Art Fight and starting the first rivalry, Kelsey getting her first key win over Noguchi at Super Art Fight 6, Chelsea defeating Kelsey at Super Art Fight 7, and of course, the rivalry between Nick and Chelsea.

But no matter your favorites, the fact is, it all comes to ahead at Super Art Fight 9! Whose side are you on?!

Tickets for Super Art Fight 9 are on sale now at

UPDATE: Nick “Ghostfreehood” Borkowicz has forwarded us the following image via email.  He claims it will be the key to he and Kelsey’s victory.


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