Money Kicks boxing: Emirati influencer to face YouTube star Adam Saleh in Social Knockout
Posted On July 3, 2021
The UAE will host their first influence combat event, “Social coup de grace ”
, organized by TK Fight Nights in collaboration with the Dubai Sports Council, featuring the boxing debut of Emirati influencer Rashed Saif Belhasa.
The nineteen-year-old YouTube star, best known to millions of fans as Money Kicks, has been training in recent months with her trainer and promoter, Tam Khan, at TK MMA & Fitness. Alongside Belhasa, international YouTube sensation Adam Saleh will also make his Middle Eastern boxing debut.
“Preparing for this fight is the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do,” Belhasa said. “They push me to my limits at TK; I’ve never had to train this hard, but it will be worth it. “
“Rashed is young, enthusiastic and full of energy. His boxing is improving exponentially every day; he is talented and I am sure he will give his fans a great show, ”said Tam Khan, CEO of“Social coup de grace ”, which is held under the banner of TK Fight Nights, and the founder of the TK brand.
Fans can expect to see up to ten show fights overnight, either in person or through live broadcasts of the fights, which will be shown online on the TK Fight website. The event has already caught the attention of many celebrities, with rappers Fat Joe and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie confirming that they will be performing at the event as well as Indian singer, songwriter and songwriter Guru Randhawa.
In an unprecedented move, the event plans to operate entirely on cryptocurrency transactions.
“It’s a league unlike any other in the world. We’re off to a good start and are proud to be the first to use cryptocurrency solely for our transactions, which is in line with the government’s directive to make Dubai a leading digital economy and destination for choice for all. sports fans, ”Khan said.
He added: “Dubai has always been at the forefront of adapting the latest technological developments and hosting the biggest sporting events, so it makes sense that the next evolution of these two industries happens here.”
The organizers will use the KoKoSwap tokens as transactions for all purchases related to the event, including photographs, which will be auctioned as non-fungible tokens (NFT). “Fans will be able to enjoy this unique experience with them through the NFTs of the night, which will allow them to own a part of the story,” Khan said.
Ahead of Fight Night, fans will also have the opportunity to see their favorite fighters in a series of events, such as weigh-ins, fighters Q&A, public practice, and matchups.