Antioch Kickboxer Katrina “The Storm” Nahe Makes History

Katrina Nahe earned her third World Kickboxing Championship Title at the 2011 IKF World Kickboxing Muay Thai Championships in Orlando, Florida after knocking out her opponent Shannon Bass in the first Round of their scheduled bout on July 17. The victory makes her the first female teenager in history to achieve such success in the sport of Kickboxing Martial arts by earning three times the IKF World Championship Titles in 2007, 2009, 2011.

Katrina Nahe earned her nickname “The Storm” from her fierce fighting style that reminds one of a major storm demolishing anyone in her path. When Katrina is in action, she executes flurries of Kickboxing techniques that packs an awesome knockout record of a 50% ratio and is no wonder why to many her fight name well fits “The Storm.”

Katrina, an Antioch resident and student has been training now in the Martial art Discipline of Kickboxing Self Defense since she was 5yrs old going into her 9th year and has recently earned her Black Belt for her phenomenal accomplishments as a Martial artists that no other in the World has achieved the milestone that she has.

Her manager/trainer, Professor Dennis Guila, owner of Guila’s Hawaiian Kaju-Kickboxing said, “Katrina’s actions speak louder than Words.” But when you meet and get to know Katrina she is as Humble as a Peacock.

On the same Fight event, Antioch’s Hugo Rivera on July 16, 2011 Impressively earned his 2011 IKF World Championship Title by first unanimously beating 2009, and 2010 IKF World Kickboxing Champion Albin Kaziu of Brooklyn New York. Then on July 17th having to meet up against another IKF World Champion of another weight class of 2009, 2010 Rudy McGlothlin, he won by an astonishing unanimous decision.

Hugo was mentally, physically, and spiritually prepared for the challenges that he was faced with earning his claim as a two-time IKF World Kickboxing Champion for 2007, and 2011.

Other honorable mentions on Guila’s Team G-Force Fighters go out to Sammy “The Jet” Sosa, who from bell to bell brought on constant striking action, and Gary Grant for giving their best and representing Antioch.

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