The 10K Karate Clash is The Richest Prize In Traditional Karate History!
Our first event took place on 10/08/02 at The Mermaid Theatre, London with Wayne Otto OBE taking the first title of 10K King.
The concept is simple and the atmosphere is guaranteed to be electric with 32 elite male open-weight competitors competing on one night under full WKF Rules for the winner takes all prize of £10,000.
London Heavyweight Leon Walters was the second athlete to take the crown followed by Russian Heavyweight Alexander Gerunov and then Birminghams Jason Ledgister was the first and only lightweight to date to take the title, crown & cheque.
All the athletes above also have a World Title on their CV, it maybe luck, it maybe coincidence, but talent and titles don’t lie!
The 10K Karate Clash is the one showcase event that brings together the best of the best and produces the best of the best, time and time again with no guarantees.
2017 see the return of the 10K Karate Clash after a ten year break, the concept, the crowd and the performances didn’t disappoint when Kent’s Joe Kellaway defeated current World Champion and favourite Jordan Thomas on the 16th April at the award wining Troxy, London.
With the announcement of Karate in The Olympics, Tokyo 2020, a truck load of British talent coming through and the success & excitement that 2017’s 10K Karate Clash produced, we are proud to be back and this is our official website.