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In Virtual Fight Tour's third promotion, several exciting point fighting matches highlighted another successful event.

The first two Virtual Fight Tour events were streamed from New York and Georgia, but this card went down in Texas with a roster full of fighters from the Lone Star State. Despite several injuries, every fight was well-contested and gave sport karate fans the show they signed up for. Keep reading for results and analysis of every bout.

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Pro Point, a new professional point fighting promotion, was back in action on Saturday night for the main event of their lightweight bracket and it did not disappoint.

After John Curatolo advanced to the seeded bracket on Friday night, it was time for the stars to shine in the main event. Although superstar Bailey Murphy would ultimately bring home the title, it was certainly not an easy task as he had to defeat some of the world's best point fighters to get there. Keep reading for results and analysis of the entire main card.

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Pro Point is a new professional point fighting promotion founded by Team Dojo Elite - Power executives Josh Horwege, Alex Reyes, and Tim League, as well as former sport karate/WWE fighter Ernest "The Cat" Miller. On Friday, an eight-fighter, wild card bracket took place to determine who would advance to the seeded bracket on Saturday night.

Pro Point's one-of-a-kind rules are designed to highlight technique, speed, and control. The most unique feature of their rulebook is the scoring system. As opposed to standard point fighting scoring in which judges call their points openly after each clash, Pro Point judges record their scores on a scoresheet that is not revealed until the end of the fight. This format leads to a suspenseful finish as the final scores are called out one judge at a time. Some other special features of Pro Point include a circular ring and legal sweep techniques. This brand-new concept was put to the test with the wild card bracket. Keep reading for complete results and analysis.

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Promoter Jessie Wray has made his first announcement for Virtual Fight Tour IV, and it's another exciting clash of point fighting stars.

The fourth installment of the Virtual Fight Tour has been scheduled for December 19th and will feature the first team fight in the promotion. The 2-man team fight will pit two of the best teams in the sport against one another as Team Top Ten USA will go to battle against Team All Stars. Top Ten USA will be represented by the dynamic duo of Tyreeke Saint and Troy Binns, who were acquired in January. Kevin Walker, who won his solo appearance in the Virtual Fight Tour against the formidable Ryan George, will be joined by Canadian super lightweight legend Robbie Lavoie to represent the All Stars. Regardless of which fighters wind up facing one another, it is sure to make for an exciting fight. The other fights for Virtual Fight Tour IV are yet to be announced.

For more news and updates about the Virtual Fight Tour, stay tuned to Black Belt Magazine.

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Jessie Wray's Virtual Fight Tour has finalized the card for their third event on October 24th, and the main event for the sister promotion Virtual Forms Tour has been officially announced for December 12th.

Following the success of Virtual Fight Tour I and II, the promotion is now expanding to feature forms and weapons competition on the Virtual Forms Tour. The first installment of the Virtual Forms Tour will take place on December 12th, headlined by a main event showcasing a high-energy battle between Allen Davies, Shaquan Parson, and Rashad Eugene.

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