‘It’s Showtime’ Kickboxing Champ Daniel Ghita joins Alistair Overeem at the Blackzilians

In a move that might seem sudden to some, Daniel Ghita will be moving his base of operations to the United States in the near future. The move comes at the behest of Alistair Overeem, who recently inked an agreement with the “Blackzilian” camp in Florida that is run by Authentic Sports Management, led by Glenn Robinson.

Now, if your question is why would Daniel Ghita move to the United States because of Alistair Overeem moving there, the answer is simple; Daniel Ghita has been a vital part of Alistair Overeem’s recent training and has become such an asset that Overeem wanted to lock him up.

This comes at the behest of Alistair Overeem, who recently inked an agreement with the “Blackzilian” camp in Florida that is run by Authentic Sports Management, led by Glenn Robinson. Daniel Ghita has been a vital part of Alistair Overeem’s recent training and has become such an asset that Overeem wanted to lock him up.

This comes after there were rumours that Junior Dos Santos was trying to bring Daniel Ghita into his camp to help prepare for Alistair Overeem, knowing that Ghita had worked with Overeem on his last fight and would be a good sparring partner as well. There is a good chance that when Overeem and his people found out about JDS trying to lure Ghita to Brazil there became an immediate need to lock down Daniel Ghita to ensure he wasn’t snatched up.

Ghita’s home base will be in Florida now, but he has spoken to Sport.ro and said that his focus is still on competing in Kickboxing (noted: K-1), but he will also be training with UFC fighters as well. As we saw from Tyrone Spong, training in a camp with MMA fighters will not exactly negate your skills as a Kickboxer and Ghita should be fine training for future bouts there.

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