Daniel Krimarad, the first Polish-American wrestler to qualify for the UFC, is now a part of Karate Kids.
Daniel Krimerad poses with his KarateKid headband in an undated photo.
Krimarid’s new promotional image.
His new headband looks quite similar to one worn by UFC fighter Daniel Cormier, although it’s not the full version, as he only wears a full black headband and is still wearing the red belt.
Daniel Kramars newest promotion, KarateKids, was launched in late July and has already signed up a number of top UFC fighters, including Anthony Johnson, and he has been a mainstay in the promotion since its inception.
Krimerid is now the only one of the UFC’s three current fighters who has competed in MMA and won, but he is far from the only star in the new promotion.
The promotion also has a roster of fighters who have competed in both amateur and professional mixed martial arts, with fighters such as Ronda Rousey, Daniel Cormie, Ryan Bader, Rory MacDonald and Demetrious Johnson.
While MMA is a more recent sport to MMA Kids, it has been an active part of the sport for a long time.
The organisation’s founder and chief executive, Tomasz Zielinski, has a background in both wrestling and karate, and his children are both involved in the sport.
The company has been founded in 2015, and it’s still going strong, with over 300 children in its ranks, many of whom are from Poland.
In a statement, KaratingKids said that Daniel has signed up to train with the organisation and has also been invited to compete in a tournament to be held later this year.
“He is already an experienced fighter and a champion in karate but Daniel is still young and he still has a lot to learn,” said Karating Kids in a statement.
“His experience in both the karate and MMA worlds has been invaluable to us, and we hope that Daniel can continue his career with Karate kids and other MMA fighters, in addition to being the next UFC champion.”
Daniel has already won five UFC fights and has fought in seven of the promotion’s nine events, including UFC 196 and UFC 202, where he defeated Carlos Condit via first-round TKO to become the promotion titleholder.