I think about kickboxing like a lot of women and I’ve never been able to get into the sport. I think about it like a lot of men and in the beginning I thought it wouldn’t be a lot of fun, but then I started watching some of my favorite fighters and they were so much fun to watch. I think there may be a reason for this that I don’t know, but I’m going to look into it.
In the new trailer, we see three kickboxers, one of whom is a fictionalized version of one of the greatest fighters of all time. He’s a tough, tough guy who has fought other kickboxers and done some serious damage, but he also seems to be a kind, gentle soul who is willing to talk to his opponents. I guess this is the part where I start thinking about my favorite fighters.
I like the way that in the trailer kickboxers is just an example of what kickboxing is, while kickboxing is a sport. It just happens to be a lot more violent than most kickboxing games. I also like the fact that in the trailer, everyone is fighting from the top of their lungs, and even though the game is set in the 60s, I think it would make for a fitting intro to the sport.
A great thing about the trailers is that they let you know just what you’re in for when they start showing off the gameplay. The trailer above features the first time I’ve heard of someone fighting from the top of their lungs, which is quite fitting considering that until now, I’ve never seen the term “kickboxer” used in relation to the game.
The term kickboxer is a reference to the sport of boxing, which is just a combination of the words kick and blow, and is a somewhat new (and controversial) combat sport. The first professional kickboxer was actually a pro boxer named Rocky Balboa, who died in a train wreck in 1973. Balboa was an undefeated boxer who took on a world champion named Sugar Ray Leonard, winning the fight via knockout.
In 1996, a woman named Mary Lou Rennick became the first professional kickboxer to win a world title. She challenged the then-notorious former champion, Sugar Ray Leonard, for the WBA belt, which Leonard won.