Tamas Imre

Team: Paul Mitchell (USA), Kiraly (Europe)

Date of Birth: January 12, 1991

Style: Sport Karate

Specialty: Point Fighting

Hometown: Budapest, Hungary

Location: Budapest, Hungary

Experience: 23 Years

Leagues: WAKO, NASKA, ISKA

Tamás Imre is a world-class heavyweight point fighter whose deceptive speed and tall stature give him an advantage in the ring. His blitz is one of the fastest in the world and he has used his refined skills to earn a WAKO world championship and three NASKA world championships.

Imre was signed to Team Paul Mitchell as part of the second wave of Hungarian fighters to be recruited to the prestigious American team, following the precedent set by his training partners László Gömbös and Zsolt Mórádi. Imre has been an excellent addition to the Paul Mitchell roster over the last several years and he frequently donates his time to visit hospitals with the team to uplift patients through martial arts.

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