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Sensei Focus: Sensei Anthony

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Sensei Anthony began training in the art of kickboxing at the age of 5, under his father, Dai Master Rafael Nieto, founder of Xen-Do Martial Arts. It is safe to say that martial arts has been his life, training, competing, instructing and building the family business constantly, to this very day.

Since then, Sensei Anthony has competed in and won 12 National and International Championships as well as retaining his Spanish National Champion title in Bilbao, June 2012 and again in 2013. Sensei Anthony then competed in the Spanish Open Tournament, June 2015, taking home Gold. The most recent of his accomplishments took place in Barcelona, June 2018, competing full contact in the Under 70kg category. He can proudly say he is still undefeated.

When not in the dojo Sensei Anthony can be found playing all sports especially football but nothing compares to his passion for Kickboxing. He is a keen car enthusiast and devoted family man. Sensei Anthony is the acting Chief Operating Officer for Xen-Do Martial Arts and has played a huge roll in Xen-Do’s expansion.

Sensei Anthony has been working hard to provide you with the ability to train away from the dojo. As of today, you can now experience one to one training from the undefeated kickboxing champion himself, in the comfort of your own home. Head on over to www.xendovirtualtraining.com and you can experience our newly uploaded session by Sensei Anthony!

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