Premium Muay Thai & Kickboxing Showcase Invictus Comes to New Zealand on April 29

Keep your fists up as live professional Muay Thai, kickboxing and boxing comes to Queenstown, New Zealand, on April 29, 2023! Starting at 5:30 PM at the Queenstown Memorial Centre, Invictus will welcome local and international fighters to the squared circle. Limited seating for this one, grab your tickets from The Ticket Fairy now!

Ringcraft promotions and No Trace Events collaborate to produce the inaugural Muay Thai & Kickboxing showcase, featuring regional and international competitors. Fights announced for the showdown include a three-round by three-minute kickboxing bout between Rishon ‘Hooligan’ Harris and Kate Oneal, an amateur Muay Thai contest featuring Beswick and Lambert, and the main event for the Middleweight New Zealand Championship, which will see pro-MMA fighter Diego Beneduzzi take on Jon Anderson.

Going bell to bell, the flight card are fighters from Proactive Martial Arts, a Christchurch-based professional martial arts school operational since 1990. Aoife Whelan and Mel Berg go head-to-head once again in a North Island vs South Island brawl again after their encounter at Capital Punishment 57. The rest of the evening will see appearances from fighters Reid Millar, Cody Stone, Rod Rare, Shuan Spencer, Dolan, Rivers, Thapli, Light, Taiepa, and Woodward.

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The bell dings at the Queenstown Memorial Centre on Memorial Street. With a seating capacity of fewer than 500, this venue will offer an intimate setting where spectators can be close to the action. Ticketed are 170 grandstand seats as well as 10-person ringside tables coupled with food and beverages. Ringcraft Promotions discussed Queenstown Memorial Centre on Instagram, saying, “This venue is more accessible for our attendees, and allows for slightly more capacity, which means we can reduce ticket prices, and add to the atmosphere.” 

Did You Know: In addition to being a Kickboxer and a co-founder of No Trace Events, Charlie Charalambides is a passionate DJ hitting the stage most recently at Solidarity Festival, Canterbury. No Trace Events also invests ten percent of its profits in reforestation and handles all its events as waste free as possible.

Early bird and final release tickets are available. For tickets, head on over to The Ticket Fairy: HERE

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