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Hip Show – a red-hot Russian interactive show which will blow your mind away!
Hip Show is more than just full-contact types of martial arts and physical fighting skills. It’s the next big step in sports entertainment.
Imagine a 12m by 12m Arena… then add three-level structures up to 2 meters high. And if that’s not exiting enough, imagine a team fight in equal or powerplay line-ups! That’s right - we’re not talking about “single combat”. Hip show is all about team battle, team spirit, training partnerships and tactical savvy. Our Fighters can use any style of contact martial arts. Hip Show fighting rules allow any impact, throws or takedowns in accordance with international MMA rules (learn more about Rules and Regulations)
You will be given the opportunity to not only watch the Show, but access ourspecial interactive features. Viewers can securely log-on and place bets before every Show. Also we provide you with a selection of multiple options: “extra protection”, “weapons choice” or temporary numerical superiority to your favourite team and much more.
The advantages of every team not only depend on their physical abilities and tactical savvy, but also on the audience affection. The higher the audience rating, the greater the advantage and the larger the prize pool.
The show is filmed in a private VIP club in the heart of Moscow using more than 15 cameras. Pick any camera angle you like during the Show with our special interactive feature. And get your dose of reality on-line with unlimited access to every corner of the club including changing rooms, VIP area, announcer's booth, backstage area.
Visit http://hip-show.com and stay tuned for more information.
For all inquiries please contact:
+7 (495) 778-4147
Ali “Puncher King” Bagautinov won the second UFC fight!
The Head judge of the Hip Show Ali “Puncher King” Bagautinov won the second UFC fight – defeating his opponent Tim Elliott.
It was a unanimous decision of all judges. The fight took place today in the morning in Las Vegas within the framework of the tournament dedicated to the UFC 20th anniversary.
Ali managed to hit Team several times from the stand position and looked much better during the first round.
In the second round Elliott applied a dangerous choke hold and looked well in par terre position and Bagautinov looked better in a stand position.
In the final round it was clear that Elliott saved more strength but on the whole both opponents were equally strong during the round. All judges decided in favor of the Russian fighter in the end.