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First organisation for Adaptive Combat sports.

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First organisation for Adaptive Combat sports.

(ABO) Adaptive Boxing Organisation CiC and 
WFM- World Federation of Elite Martial Arts, 
are proudly involved in the development of Combat sports for both Able and Adaptive Athletes, 
rules and regulations as well as the well being of all athletes cared for with Insurance also included MRI Scans to be Mandatory if professional in Combat which a new designed Head guard is to be trialled for also the safety of Amateurs..

(ABO) (WFM) support amputee (leg and arm) Athletes and willing to consider licensing amputees should they meet the stringent medical standards required for Boxing or MMMA/ Modified Mixed Martial Arts..
Both organisation's to act as an umbrella organisation for the promotion of Adaptive Combat sports be the mentor for variety of combative and martial arts disciplines aiming to promote the sport of Boxing and Martial Arts throughout the United Kingdom, Europe and to a wider global audience, and to also encourage the widest possible participation in Adaptive Combat sports, to assist as much as possible, all clubs, societies, schools, colleges, Adaptive sporting individuals in their quest for success and participation(Inclusion). (ABO) and (WFM) also aims to bring together other organisations such as Fighting for autism to share resources and benefit from each other’s experience in Adaptive sports and after care of servicemen and woman.

A great line up of Adaptive Athletes preparing for August 27th
(ABO) Adaptive Boxing Organisation CIC Presents....
"The Beginning"
27th August 2016 Rugby, Midlands, England
Exhibition Amputee Boxing 
Lukey Boy Milligangan, UK Vs Dario Ercolano, Italy
Erislandy Banks, UK Vs Jp Withers UK
(ABO) Adaptive Boxing Organisation CIC
Exhibition Wheelchair Boxing 
Italy Massimiliano Mattei Vs Rhys Brooks UK
Ola Marasco USA Vs Details coming soon.
Brasil Rafael Rodrigues Vs Jonathan Spinelli Italy 
UK Sean Bramley Vs Danny Higgins UK
(PFC) Newly formatted Street Boxing
Contact to inform of your interest in Sponsorship, Thank you
(ABO) Adaptive Boxing Organisation CIC
Company Registered Number 10238694
"Inclusion for Community"
Email>[email protected]
Phone: 07761226370
Event Tickets on Sale £25
Affiliate Associations
Fighting for Autism
Warriors Assemble
(ABO) Adaptive Boxing Organisation CIC
Director's Andrew Burt Claire Payne Colin S Wood


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