K1ANOOP is creating short films & documentaries about British K1/Thai & MMA fighters
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K1ANOOP is an ongoing web series documenting the real life stories of combat sports athletes in the UK via mini-documentaries and short films on a weekly basis.

What was initially a passion project by, Anoop Hothi - podcasting and reporting on world kickboxing (after major injuries and adverse health hindered his own professional fighting aspirations in 2015) - evolved into telling stories that matter via film, about combat sports athletes.

Having interviewed countless world champions, upcoming talents and renowned public figures from the world of Kickboxing, Muay Thai and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Anoop honed his conversational approach to interviewing along with his growing filmmaking skills, to enhance his storytelling process as an aspiring sports filmmaker.

K1ANOOP continues to bring fans much closer to the fighters (of growing yet) niche combat sports, such as Kickboxing, Muay Thai and MMA, by producing short films that are published on both the K1ANOOP YouTube channel and Facebook page.

Support K1ANOOP to produce more films about combat sports athletes via Patreon and in doing so, you'll be helping us support the fighters and sports we love, in gaining greater recognition and much more.
Tiers
Pledge £1 per month for K1ANOOP
$1.35 or more per month
Support K1ANOOP to produce a regular (weekly) output of, new short films and mini-documentary video series about: Kickboxing, Muay Thai & MMA fighters in the UK.
Pledge £4 per month for K1ANOOP
$5.25 or more per month
Support K1ANOOP to produce:

- Mini documentaries, 

- Behind-the-scenes access, 

- Unseen training and sparring footage, 

- Exclusive interviews 

And much more from various Kickboxing and Muay Thai gyms throughout Europe; especially in the UK and 'the home of kickboxing', The Netherlands.

Goals
4 of 1000 patrons
A wise man explained to the world why anything is possible from finding 1,000 true fans and turning what we love doing (as a content creator) into a viable career. So, basically my long-term goal is to make a living from filmmaking about the sport I love most and telling stories that matter (via film) whilst producing insightful and meaningful content that helps support both the sport and the fighters that make it all happen.
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K1ANOOP is an ongoing web series documenting the real life stories of combat sports athletes in the UK via mini-documentaries and short films on a weekly basis.

What was initially a passion project by, Anoop Hothi - podcasting and reporting on world kickboxing (after major injuries and adverse health hindered his own professional fighting aspirations in 2015) - evolved into telling stories that matter via film, about combat sports athletes.

Having interviewed countless world champions, upcoming talents and renowned public figures from the world of Kickboxing, Muay Thai and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Anoop honed his conversational approach to interviewing along with his growing filmmaking skills, to enhance his storytelling process as an aspiring sports filmmaker.

K1ANOOP continues to bring fans much closer to the fighters (of growing yet) niche combat sports, such as Kickboxing, Muay Thai and MMA, by producing short films that are published on both the K1ANOOP YouTube channel and Facebook page.

Support K1ANOOP to produce more films about combat sports athletes via Patreon and in doing so, you'll be helping us support the fighters and sports we love, in gaining greater recognition and much more.

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Tiers
Pledge £1 per month for K1ANOOP
$1.35 or more per month
Support K1ANOOP to produce a regular (weekly) output of, new short films and mini-documentary video series about: Kickboxing, Muay Thai & MMA fighters in the UK.
Pledge £4 per month for K1ANOOP
$5.25 or more per month
Support K1ANOOP to produce:

- Mini documentaries, 

- Behind-the-scenes access, 

- Unseen training and sparring footage, 

- Exclusive interviews 

And much more from various Kickboxing and Muay Thai gyms throughout Europe; especially in the UK and 'the home of kickboxing', The Netherlands.