Julian Müller shines in Germany

The Namibian-born kickboxer Julian Müller, the older brother of double junior Sportsman Of The Year, Delano Müller, is making a name for himself in the kickboxing world in Germany, where he is studying towards a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
The 21 year old Julian Müller was recently crowned the Sub-Sahara Super Middleweight Kickboxing Champion, after beating Johan Scholtz of South Africa at Desert Storm, hosted by the Namibian Kickboxing Federation at Walvis Bay.
Between his studies, Julian work to pay for his studies and save money for the Battle of Atlanta in the USA next year. He is also practicing kickboxing and still makes time to participate in kickboxing championships in Germany. He competed in the King of Absolute Fights in the 76kg weight class and at another fight night in the 81kg weight class, for instance.
He concluded his year in a competition on Sunday.
Julian Müller explained to namib times he is experimenting between the different weights classes, to determine what weight class he should fight at the Battle of Atlanta, one of the leading events for world class kickboxing selection.
Since the Desert Storm even thit Namibia, African fighters are getting exposure and recognition not only in Africa, but worldwide.
“The Namibian Kickboxing Federation and all the clubs and academies affiliated to the federation [especially the RCFAI & Kickboxing Academy in Walvis Bay] are on the right path, as the sport is growing at a fast rate”, says Müller.
Müller thanked the President of Ring Contact Fighting Arts International, Master Joe Viljoen, and the President of the Namibian Kickboxing Federation, Anita de Klerk, for their input to the sport in Africa. His advice to all the kids and junior fighters in the country to set high goals for themselves and keep on training and support their academies, clubs and the Federation.
Müller’s father, Mr. Philip Muller, said proudly: “as parents we are very proud and beyond belief of the achievements and experience that Julian is getting in Germany”.

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