@MIHmarketinggrp is the reason why people come to @KOD_Miami on a Monday night. Who can possibly bring out the amount of people that they do during the start of the work week to a strip club? It’s unheard of. Celebrities and people flock to King of Diamonds for Fight Night like they’re going to the MGM Grand in Vegas for a pro fight. If you think about it, with the money that gets thrown in the air while the girls fight, it is that serious. The hype around K.O.D’s Fight Night has become so intense that rappers like Lil Wayne and Rick Ross mention it in their songs. Making It Happen Marketing Group has given girls who might have fought through their whole life on the streets of Miami a place to use their talents and aggression in a controlled environment. I mean, who wouldn’t want to see girls going toe to toe in the rings displaying their raw street skills, enjoy a few drinks, and watch girls dance naked all in one place and all at the same time? In the end, the difference from fighting in the streets and fighting for Making It Happen Marketing Group is that the girls are given a chance to get paid and become somewhat celebrities. It’s a win-win situation.
April 25, 2011 Recap:
Interviews with Atlanta rapper, Scrappy, and Ding Batt (The Fight Night Comedian), and Dee (Manager of King of Diamonds).
Fight 1: Goddess vs Deandra
Fight 2: Poca vs Kiki