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Gary O'Brien STBA
Posted: 2009-04-01 16:38:54
Had to juggle the lineup a little with a few pullouts, so waiting on a few confirmed additions to the lineup, but hereís a little bit on some of the main matches.

A Class

  • Gulapkaw Boapbapbam (NKT, THAILAND) Vs. Paul Kelly (Wossobama, SCOTLAND) (64kg)

  • Gulapkaw is the new unknown quantity to the Muay Thai scene in Scotland. A 19 yr old Thai national who moved to Scotland 4 years ago and who has recently just started back training in his national sport. Even with a 4-year lay-off from training, Gulapkaw has had 59 fights in Thailand and is sure to be a great addition to the domestic Muay Thai scene. The first Scot to take him on is Paul Kelly, a young up-and-coming fighter who is a well-rounded and rangy fighter with a great engine and who is determined to take this scalp.

  • John Dick (GTBA, SCOTLAND) Vs. Stephen Meleady (Bridgestone, IRELAND) (58kg)

  • John Dick is one of Scotlandís most successful active fighters and is the current No.1 Featherweight in the UK, STBA Scottish Champion, IKF British Champion, ISKA British Champion and is renowned for his toughness and attacking style. John is always involved in action packed fights and thrives as an underdog. John faces a young Irish fighter named Stephen Meleady, a very aggressive fighter who will not be intimidated by Johnís reputation.

  • John Douglas (NKT) Vs. Peter Tiarks (Sor Thanikul, ENGLAND) (70kg)

  • John Douglas is one of the most naturally gifted fighters of his generation and has been a POS resident from the start. Having picked up the ISKA British Welterweight Title back in POS4, he moves up to 70kg and is matched against Pater Tiarks from Newcastle. Peter has been fighting for many years in Muay Thai and also has a strong record in Pro MMA and brings will prove a tough and technical chalenge for Douglas.

  • Hilary Mack (Caledonian, SCOTLAND) Vs. Alexia Rufus (Cobra Gym, ENGLAND) (55kg)

  • Hilary Mack has been consistantly the best female fighter in Scotland for many years. Hilary returns to the POS stage and this time competing under Full Thai rules in a match against the English fighter Alexia Rufus. Rufus comes into this fight with a reputation as a tough fighter who likes to mix it.

    B Class

  • Ritchie Hocking (NKT, SCOTLAND) Vs. Vinnie Helwig (Eagles, ENGLAND) (78kg)

  • Ritchie Hocking is a contant on the POS stage, the 17 year old local fighter loves to put on a show and is set to take on English fighter Vinnie Helwig from Bedford. Hocking is another stylish young fighter with huge potential and he is eager to put in a strong performance.

  • Keiran McAskill (NKT, SCOTLAND) Vs. Che Nam (Shin Kick, ENGLAND) (53kg)

  • After a head turning performance at POS5 when Kieran McAskill beat the highly decorated champion kickboxer Leif Taggart, this young man now moves down to 53kg, to take on the British Ranked No.4 Flyweight, Che Nam. This is yet another big challenge for the 19 year old McAskill, fighing this strong English fighter who will just be back from extensive training in Thailand.

  • Jordan Calder (Caledonian, SCOTLAND) Vs. Fikret van de Doel (Scorpio, HOLLAND) (57kg)

  • Jordan Calder is sure to be a future star of Muay Thai in Scotland and at 15 years old, he again takes on international opposition, in Fikret Van De Doel from Holland. 17 year old Fikret is undeafeated in 4 previous fights, so on paper seems like a good challenge for young Calder.

  • Connor McEwan (Sit Ayuthaya) Vs. Adam Little (Dragons) (70kg)

  • Another young up and coming fighter that is quickly gaining much praise in the senior ranks is Conner McEwan, a tall rangy fighter who is good in every range faces the very tough and durable Adam Little. Little is looking to avenge his last defeat on POS at the hands of Raj Singh and is determined to show what he can do.



    Some cracking young Scottish talent again taking centre stage on the event!


    Had a few calls asking about buying tickets, you can do it online from www.tickets-scotland.com, here is the links for: Buy Tiered Tickets, Buy Adult Standard Tickets, Buy Junior Standard Tickets

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