Tarek Rached gets TKO of Clint Rhodes in 5 th !
May 30 th 2008 NYC Friday night fights presented a good night of amatuer Boxing and Muay-Thai with Tarek Rached of AFC
Kickboxing in NY vs Clint Rhodes of New Mexico in a 5 rd K-1 rules Main Event .NYC Friday Night Fights Series is promoted
by Justin Blaire.
This was a good match up with Tarek being a very strong right handed fighter and Clint Rhodes a rugged tough Left
handed fighter .
The fight started off with Tarek looking good and landing some good punches and Kicks in round 1 winning round
2nd round Clint Rhodes showed he did not come to NYC to be an opponent but to win and he gained control
with some low kicks and a couple of strong keft hands.
3 rd round was a close one with Clint starting strong getting some good catch kicks forcing Tarek to have to get
up off the canvas ,By rounds end tarek landed some good inside Low kicks leaving Clint with something to think about for the
4 th round Tarek began to take control with his strong Boxing skills and some awesome high Kicks starting to land.
5 th round Tarek was told by his cornerman TOMMY "BEE"BOTTONE that the fight was close and he needed to shine in
this round and leave no doubt who won this fight. Tarek came out for the final bell on fire throwing very strong combo's hurting
his opponent with a solid right hand dropping Clint ,Well he got up and wanted to fight so Tarek showed his determination
to not leave it to the judges and finished him with a barrage of punches when Referee Chris Wagner stepped in to end the fight.
Tarek Rached has fought out of NY - USA for 5 years now winning fights in Pro Boxing,Full contact kickboxing,
Low Kick,World combat league,K-1 Rules and Muay - Thai.
Tarek Rached has proven himself to be a top fighter in many styles and is ready to challenge for World titles in
all of these styles.
Tarek is sceduled to fight for a Low Kick World Title on June 20 th in Patchogue ,NY and wants to compete on the
West coast in California or Las Vegas to test himself against the West coast best fighters.