David Archuleta

David Archuleta

About David Archuleta

David Archuleta, (born on May 5, 1982) is a former United States Air Force Airman of Okinawan stationary troops and is currently an American male kickboxer. David Archuleta hails from Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was stationed in Okinawa Japan in the year of 2000. He started kickboxing at the age of 18, and enjoyed a successful career winning several titles including a world title. As of 2008, he is studying to a Medical Doctor at the University of New Mexico. David dominated the sport of Kickboxing in Japan, winning several titles including an ISKA title and the Universal Kickboxing Federation Junior Welterweight World Champion. He has starred in several successful shows including K-1 World Max. Archuleta fought against Hitoshi Ogasawara who had won the national title of Thailand although he was Japanese, and finished as draw. In addition, he also went to draw against Hayato who is a star of the Japanese kickboxing world.