Even with competition on hold, the combat sports world is looking for ways to entertain an audience. Semmy Schilt (43-6-1), a four-time K-1 World Grand Prix Champion, spoke to FIGHT SPORTS about training during the coronavirus pandemic.
The former GLORY Heavyweight Champion and current SENSHI referee has been working with his FIGHT GAME Academy training class via SENSHI for ZOOM sessions that help martial artists around the world stay in shape and stay positive via kyokushin karate and kickboxing. Novices and those with some knowledge of the sport from various countries join together for a common goal. SENSHI is a professional chain of gala fight nights that involve the biggest athletes in the martial arts world.
Check out what Semmy had to say about his classes and more in this exclusive.
If you are interested in joining Semmy’s classes, which take place every Saturday at 5 p.m. CET / 11 a.m. ET, you can sign up via the attached link. Only the first 100 registered can participate in the class due to technical restrictions.