Karate International Council of Kickboxing

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Karate International Council of Kickboxing
KICK kickboxing logo.jpg
Abbreviation KICK
Formation 1982
Headquarters United States
Location
Region served Worldwide
Official language English
Executive Frank Babcock
Website http://kickinternational.org

The Karate International Council of Kickboxing (KICK) is a sanctioning body that regulates kickboxing matches. It is considered among the more prestigious organizations that sanction professional kickboxing.[1]

KICK was organized in 1982 by Frank Babcock, Fred Wren, Larry Caster, Bob Wall and Roy Kurban, with martial arts icon Chuck Norris serving as a goodwill ambassador. It grew into one of the largest kickboxing organizations of the 1980s.[2]

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  1. ^ "Kickboxing: The Essential Guide to Mastering the Art by Eddie Cave, page 68, New Holland publishers, 2001". 
  2. ^ Kurban, Roy (1979). Kicking Techniques for Competition & Self-Defense. Black Belt Communications, 13 ISBN 0-89750-065-2.

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