October 22, 2021
International War Games is a live MMA Worldwide Pay-Per-View event to entertain global fans of all ages.
Our broadcast showcases US Military trained MMA fighters versus Russian Elite Regiments trained in the art of MMA as well as trained military MMA fighters from other countries competing in a mock World War competition.
Our events support and celebrate our military in gratitude for their service for our US and International audiences.
Created and produced by A. Martinez
Jay Hunter is the charismatic actor who stars as “Ian” on the OWN television drama series Tyler Perry’s If Loving You Is Wrong. He is also known for his physical, “tough guy” roles in films like Max Payne and Animal II, as well as television series like Nikita and The Bridge.
The Buffalo, NY native’s big break in show business was while playing professionally for the Arena Football League. He was a natural for the role of “Beals” in the ESPN original series Playmakers.
Today, Jay is expanding his career by producing films and television shows focusing on historical figures in African-American culture.
In addition to acting, Jay is a former high school English and history teacher working for the Los Angeles Public School System. Although no longer teaching, community development is a significant cause to him, especially when it concerns the needs of children. He continues to actively explore philanthropic activities in education and athletics geared towards supporting underprivileged youth.
Carlos Palomino (born August 10, 1949) is a retired Mexican professional boxer. Palomino is a former World Welterweight Champion and member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame. Palomino is also an actor who has been featured in several television shows and films.
In 1980, Miller Lite beer signed Palomino as a spokesman as part of a television commercial campaign that also included Walt Frazier and other noted athletes. As a consequence of the enjoyable experience and the media exposure that followed, he decided to launch a career as an actor. He participated in a number of movies and television series, before deciding to launch a boxing comeback at the age of 48, in 1997.
Palomino was elected as chairman of the California State Athletic Commission, where he performed for a few years. He is now involved in charity work, most notably Tony Baltazar's charity organization, and he travels around the United States to attend charity events and do autograph shows.
Kemp, in his first major international tournament, won a gold medal at 74 kg (163 pounds) at the world freestyle championships in August 1978. At the age of 21 years and 8 months, he had become the youngest American to capture a world or Olympic gold medal. He held that distinction for 30 years until Henry Cejudo won the Olympic gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
He repeated as world champion in 1979 and 1982—becoming the first American to win three times—and added a bronze medal in 1981. He also won a gold medal at the 1979 and 1983 Pan American games. He was the U.S. freestyle champion for five straight years from 1979 through 1983. The U.S. boycott of the Moscow Olympics prevented him from winning the ultimate prize—an Olympic gold medal. Kemp retired in 1984 after finishing second at the U.S. Olympic trials. His record in all international competition was 53–8.
Kemp was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum in 1990. Then at the Beijing Olympics, where he was one of the freestyle coaches for the U.S., he became just the fifth American to be inducted into the FILA International Wrestling Hall of Fame.