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 St. Louis, Missouri, United States
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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