Ladies and Gentlemen, this weekend is a huge one for all of us at Super Art Fight as we return to one of our most favorite conventions of the year, Katsucon XX, coming atcha from the Gaylord National Hotel in National Harbor, Maryland.

We’ll be performing two shows, a Super Art Fight proper, and the Cards Against Humanity infused Super Art Fight UNLEASHED (for the 18+ year olds), and we wanted to share with you the card for the show proper this weekend.  As of this writing, the final Katsucon schedule has yet to be revealed, but as soon as we have the rooms and times, we’ll update accordingly.

One last thing – as our own Jamie “Angry Zen Master” Noguchi is a new father, he will be missing this weekend’s events. I’m sure all understand the need for him to take some personal time at this moment, but he promises to be back with us on March 8th for #SAF100.

Here’s your card for the Super Art Fight show proper, coming up this weekend.

Phil “Commando” Kahn vs. Ghostfreehood
The first time one-on-one clash between the walking exclamation point and the SAF Co-Founder, this is sure to be a beard heavy fight of the titans. Ghostfreehood is returning to the house he built, and unfortunately for the American American Phil Kahn, GFH wants to wreck havoc and make a statement as he kicks off his 2014 season!

Baron Von Sexyful & El Russo Rojo vs. The Charm City Shinobi, Dann Malihom & Kelsey “Killer” Wailes
The Super Art Fight tag division always results in an incredible showcase of non-stop action and madcap antics, and we expect this bout to reflect the best our Tag Division has to offer. Besides, where else at Katsucon will you see a fashonista, a luchadore, a ninja and whatever the hell Kelsey decides to be that day on one stage?

MAIN EVENT: Chris “The Impact” Impink vs. THE WORLD
Katsucon XX marks a very key moment for the Godfather of Super Art Fight as it marks his FINAL Katsucon.  The legendary Impink gave us both the Iron Artist competition that birthed this very organization, and handcrafted the Wheel of Death, so we couldn’t let him go without sending him off in style. Come see what we mean this weekend at Katsucon. We promise a hell of a great time, and not a single dry eye in the house.

Katsucon is always one of our favorite shows, and we promise to deliver as we do every other year. Join us as we hit another big signpost on the Road to 100, and have a great time, this weekend in National Harbor!

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