Fight Sport Industries goes Doncaster – Saturday 27th November!
Simon Chu (Kiatphontip, Leeds) vs Cedric Bacuna (Vos Gym, Holland) Chu will step up against the incredibly experienced Bacuna. Bacuna is a very experienced fighter with over 50 fights to his name and has beaten Wanlop Sitpholek and Yousef Aknikh in the last 12 months, amongst other big names!
Liam Harrison (Bad Company Leeds) vs Khalid Bibi (BMTC France) In his first fight on home soil for some time, Harrison will take on the technical European and French Champion Bibi.
Imran Khan (Wicker Camp, Sheffield) vs Tim Thomas (Nak Soo Bedford) The big domestic one!! – two of the top UK welterweights go ahead to head. Khan beat Keddle and will nwo get the chance to challenge British number one Thomas!
Helene Garnett (Wicker Camp, Doncaster) vs Orinta Van Der Zee (Vos Gym, Holland) This looks like it could be the career defining fight of Garnett’s career. Van Der Zee is widely regarded as the number one welterweight in Europe (possibly the world) and has beaten amongst others Jorina Baars and Zoe Mason!
Dean James (Pra Chao Sua, England) vs Ilias El Hajoui (Team Gunyar, Holland) El Hajoui just beat Paowrit Sasiprapa of thailand!
Greg Wootton (KO London) vs Sofiane Derdega (Benattia Bros, France) Wootton steps up to what will be his biggest test yet against French number one Derdega. Derdega previously beat John Dennis to become European Champion.
Stuart Kemp (Tobins Gym) vs Sergio Lardin (Diathon Spain) Hard hitting Kemp will face the experienced and dangerous Lardin fron one of Spain’s top gyms.
Marc Saergent (Studio 2000) vs Mehdi Feroozi (Wicker Camp, Sheffield) Two hard hitters that have moved up in weight will face off to decide who is the best in Britain at this weight.
John Aong (Chang Kow, Doncaster) vs Ant Ferguson (Minotaurs)
Paige Farrington (WKS) vs Rupsana Bequn (KO London)
James Ogden (Wicker) vs Mike Clarke (Tobins)
Kate Stables (Bad Company) vs Karla Sullivan (Semtex)
Jaz Williams (Studio 2000) vs Jamie Woodward (Wicker Camp)
Plus a couple of other fights to be announced
Doncaster Dome I think will go down as possibly the best venue of it’s size in the country. It’s similar in layout to the Reebok, but a bit bigger (holds half thousand more) and has tiered seats, not only down two sides of the venue, but also on the balcony so everyone gets a great view and a seat. It’s also just minutes off the motorway so very easy to get to.
Anyone who was at the last event in Birmingham knows the atmosphere will be electric, especially as we won’t be able to get a crowd that big physically in the Dome. There will be a very limited number of VIP tables for this one so make sure you get yours early!!!
First fight 4.30pm – don’t miss the show opening. Standard tickets are already nearly sold out
Box office – 01302 370777