Ladera Sports Center to Host Full Rules Muay Thai Kickboxing Tournament on October 7

Tournament will include 15 amateur bouts and eight professional bouts

LADERA RANCH, Calif. – (Sept. 12, 2017) – Ladera Sports Center announced today that it will host the Muay Thai California 4 kickboxing tournament on October 7, featuring 15 amateur bouts and eight professional bouts.

“This is the first kickboxing event held at Ladera Sports Center, and we are excited to share our state-of-the-art facility with competitors, coaches and kickboxing fans,” said H. Michael Schwartz, the developer of Ladera Sports Center. “The center was designed with both athletes and audience in mind.”

Sanctioned by International Kickboxing Foundation Muay Thai and the California State Athletic Commission, the tournament will follow the traditional full rules of Muay Thai kickboxing.

The event will begin at Ladera Sports Center at 1:00 p.m. and is expected to conclude at approximately 11:00 p.m. Muay Thai California is a series of eight events hosted throughout the state, and this will be the fourth in the series.

Among the fights featured at the tournament are:

  • Pedro Rodriguez vs. Robert Renier,
  • Donavin Morris vs. Diante White,
  • Sean Climaco vs. Jason Davis – an MTC Super Lightweight title defense fight,
  • Nicole Fernandez vs. Jocelyn Ramirez, and
  • David Pacheco vs. Chris Burgett.

Pre-sale ticket pricing is $45 for general admission, $65 for ring side, and $150 for VIP table seats, which includes unlimited soft drink and water with a snack buffet, a selected sample of wine, beer and tequila.

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Since its opening in 2016, Ladera Sports Center has become an increasingly popular venue for a wide range of athletic competitions, camps and classes, open gym and private training for basketball, volleyball, gymnastics, dance, pickleball and more. The sports center is also home to the San Clemente Volleyball Club, an award-winning club for boys and girls ages 10 to 18; Prime Volleyball Club, the host of club teams, camps and clinics for boys and girls of all ages whose staff includes three coaches with USA Olympic Team coaching experience; and Team Nikos, a youth AAU club program with 16 teams ranging from 2nd to 12th grades.

About Ladera Sports Center

Founded in 2016, Ladera Sports Center is a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to providing world-class indoor programs and events. The center contains eight basketball/volleyball courts, premium wood flooring, climate control, 28 LCD monitors including a video wall, live streaming cameras on each court, a noise attenuation system and the All-Star Café.  The facility also achieved LEED Certification by providing electric car charging stations, solar technology and high efficiency lighting.  Learn more at