SUPER ART FIGHT 11!
Submitted by Xaviar Xerexes on August 14, 2011 - 00:43
The "Greatest Live Art Competition In The Known Universe" celebrates its third anniversary at Super Art Fight 11! Fearsome art competition Saturday, August 20th, 2011 at the Ottobar (2549 N Howard Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21218). Doors open at 8 PM, with the show starting promptly at 9 PM.
Super Art Fight Tag Team Championship Bout: Nick "Ghostfreehood" Borkowicz & Kelsey "Killer" Wailes versus Team IMPACT: Jami "Angry Zen Master" Noguchi & Chris "Impact" Impink
Since the inception of the Super Art Fight tag division at Super Art Fight 9 in January 2011, the fans have wanted to see tag champions crowned, and at Super Art Fight 11 a very lucky team will be walking away with their hands held high and belts around their waist. For the team of Borkowicz and Wailes, it's all about continuing their established dominance of the Tag Division. For Team IMPACT, this bout is to continue their collective phoenix-like rise from losing streaks in the Singles Division, and proving that they are hands down the BEST team in Super Art Fight today. Who will be the inaugural champions? Join us on August 20th to find out.
"The Nicest Man In Showbusiness" Brandon J. Carr versus Jamie "Brawlin'" Baldwin
This is a singles bout that could have HUGE ramifications on the SAF Title rankings. Brandon J. Carr kickstarted his art fight career with his official debut in January 2011, putting together an impressive undefeated streak against some of Super Art Fight's best. Jamie Baldwin, the first female SAF champion found herself losing her title that same month, and wants to battle her way back up to the top. This first time one on one bout is a perfect example of seeing two art fighters in their competitive prime, and could be a battle that could steal the show. It's really anyone's game here, and these competitors will duke it out tooth and nail until the final minute.
Super Art Fight IDOL Finals - "The Business Ninja" Henry Alexander versus Darl "Apocalypse" Gnau
This past May, Super Art Fight had the honor and pleasure to host it's first annual Super Art Fight IDOL tournament. 16 individuals, hand picked from across the United States converged in Baltimore, Maryland, with the final two getting a slot on the Super Art Fight 11 card. After an intense, four hour show, many had been sent home, but we were down to two. On one side, you have "The Business Ninja" Henry Alexander, battling out of Brooklyn, NY, a stealthily competitor who sneak-attacked his way to the top. On the other, you have Baltimore, MD's Darl "Apocalypse" Gnau, a tattoo artist by trade, who's imposing figure and size has intimidated competitors without him having to say so much as a word. It's speed and technique versus intimidation and brute force, and at the end of the bout, only one will become a full time member of the Super Art Fight roster.
MAIN EVENT: Super Art Fight Championship - Michael "Spaghetti Kiss" Bracco (Champion) versus Kelsey "Killer" Wailes (Challenger)
For most of his SAF career, Michael Bracco has proven himself as one of the best. A near impeccable win/loss record, not just one, but two SAF title reigns under his belt, one of the most vocal fanbases in the company, and that's not even discussing his outside successes (including his successful self-published comics and trendsetting t-shirt line). But when he loses, it truly gets under his skin. At one of our touring appearances at Katsucon this February, Bracco found himself on the losing end against Kelsey Wailes, once again interlinking their paths towards the top. Since the loss, "Spaghetti Kiss" has demanded that he gets Wailes in a one-on-one bout, and after her #1 contendership victory at Super Art Fight 10, the bout was made. Unfortunately for her, however, she already had one title bout scheduled for SAF11. On August 20th, the unorthodox fan-favorite Kelsey Wailes attempts to win not just one, but TWO titles, and cement her place in SAF history. Will she leave The Ottobar a double champion? Or will Michael Bracco get his revenge, and leave the building as champion one more time? Join us to find out.
All bouts for Super Art Fight 11 will feature live commentary from live event hosts Marty Day & Ross Nover, plus live DJing by DJ Sheephead. The art from every bout will be available for live auction purchase, so fans can take the action home! Tickets for Super Art Fight 11 are available RIGHT NOW for just $15 at MissionTix.com.