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Topic:Sportfight Scotland - September Showdown
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-07-20 16:59:37
Sportfight Scotland - September Showdown
Following the successful Superpower Showdown, Caledonian Muay Thai, The Griphouse, and Sportfight Scotland join forces to host the September Showdown at Motherwell Concert Hall, Sunday September 23rd. Doors at 1pm, action starts 2pm. The event will feature International Pro-rules MMA, Muay Thai Scottish title eliminators, and a full supporting undercard of MMA, Muay Thai, and Kickboxing. Licenced bar, fightgear stalls, and the best fight MC in the business, Mr. John Lamb complete the package for what will be one of the most action packed full contact events of 2007. To raise the stakes, the Griphouse Gym will award fighters bonusses for knock out, tap out, and fight of the night.
The card will firm up over the next few days, and will be posted as soon as.

Posted: 2007-07-20 17:07:37
nice1 guy, should be a gd night :)
Posted: 2007-07-20 17:11:19
nice1 guy, should be a gd night :)
Posted: 2007-07-20 17:29:45
Good luck Guy and all
Posted: 2007-07-20 18:00:59
Sounds like a great night waiting to happen!!
Posted: 2007-07-21 04:51:04
Guy can you match Leroy at 67 please x
stu holden
Posted: 2007-07-21 11:56:13
Hi Guy let me know if you need any fighters will be happy to help
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-07-22 17:25:02
Thank you already to the depth of response to the show - email and mobile red hot! I'm dealing with the thai matches, i'll pass on mma matchmaking to Garry Christie and John Nicholson from Sportfight Scotland.

We have a provisional thai card developing which is bringing together the usual suspects alongside new (to the MT scene) gyms that are producing quality thai fighters and it looks like a scotland v. england feel is beginning to emerge in the main card...thank you to the gyms so far that have offered fighters - we appreciate the travel and commitment involved form first hand experience. Over the next few days, hopefully we will be able to announce some more scotland/ england matches, thanks to richard smith, tommy collins, vinnie shoreman, dean white, darren philips for their support.

The story so far,more to follow....

September Showdown – Muay Thai Bouts
Alan Thanikul (Caledonian) v. Steven Steele 63.5kg(Sit Ayuthaya)
Graeme McGuigan (Caledonian) v. Sean McDonald 66kg(SMTC)
Chris Moir (AMAG) v. Kevin Grant 70kg(Base MT)

Scottish Title Eliminator
Hardip Singh (Caledonian) v Mark Kerray (Base MT) 57kg

Scotland v England Prestige Bouts
Jordan Calder (Caledonian) v. Jackson Barkhouse (Maryport Dragons) 54kg
JoJo Calderwood v. Zoe Green (Maryport Dragons) 52kg
Stephen Meikle(Caledonian / Mungkorn) v. Leroy Morgado (Supergym) 67.5kg 5x3 FTR
Posted: 2007-07-23 06:05:39
Wow....i will get to see Tommy "marra" Collins brilliant x
Posted: 2007-07-23 06:06:13
Got the website updated at Looking forward to this :-)
Posted: 2007-07-23 12:24:50
All the best with the show Guy, will try and get up to this one...even if it's just to outdrink Meikle again
Posted: 2007-07-23 16:56:08
No chance Dave, not after your poor showing last time lol.

Really looking forward to this one, shaping up to be a great show.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-07-23 17:21:51
dave, you have mail....;-)

Posted: 2007-07-24 10:28:35
good luck to Guy, and all involved with the show!
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-07-24 16:58:32
Good news fight fans in Scotland - Gordon Smith made it back safe and sound from his six month trip to Sasiprapa gym, Bangkok, and is up for fighting on the show, so hope to match him against english opponent, A class, 67.5kg. great to see Gordon back in Glasgow, not sure how he's feeling though.... I'd like to thank Thakoon and all at Sasiprapa for looking after Gordon and training his butt off, not to mention the three fights he clocked up too.
Posted: 2007-07-24 18:16:14
Yeah it was great to see old Ginger Nuts back in sunny Glasgow.

Thats a bit too nice for me, sounds like I care, because I didn't miss him at all and he is still............

Posted: 2007-07-24 21:18:10
LOL at Briancal

Glad you made it back safely Gordon, it was good hangin out and watching fights with you in Thailand, im starting to miss it now, hard training but otherwise a pretty carefree lifestyle! wish i could be in Scotland for this one...
Posted: 2007-07-25 00:16:05
any chance of getting rid of Briancal for 6 months and give us all some peace lol!!
Posted: 2007-07-25 00:16:44
Jordan will probably batter me now ha!!
Posted: 2007-07-25 17:59:14
Jordan will probably thank you
Posted: 2007-07-25 21:32:22
"poor showing last time", I don't think so Meikle!!! You've been hanging around with Woodham too long, your mind has warped!!!! LOL

Got your mail Guy, you got one back mate ;-)
Posted: 2007-07-29 12:53:43
Good luck with the show i'll probably be there.
Posted: 2007-07-30 05:30:59
looks like a good show mate, good luck to all, Jordan Calder 54kgs??? fat little fucker get down here and sparr me so i can whack your lips off now your my weight, how mads that im fighting lighter than wee jordan in Sept???
Posted: 2007-07-30 05:33:12
liam badco
Posted: 2007-07-31 11:00:44
OOOHHHH hopefully a week after Master Skens show (i say hopefully cos date aint confirmed yet) I think a night out is on the cards Howson? Good luck Jord i cant wait for ya to get to 61 so i can batter you over the floor and not feel guilty!
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-07-31 16:46:29
Excited to announce the next Scotland v England prestige match, full thai rules - Steven Brown from Wossobama, trained by Alan Currie, versus Dave Fensom, from Woking Muay Thai. I've seen both these guys fight and they are sharp, this will be an explosive, exciting match up - good to have you both on board.
Hope to have more matches confirmed this week, stay tuned, and good luck to dave in his forthcoming fight with danny taylor.
Posted: 2007-07-31 17:13:50
Yep, were all making the trip up to sunny scotland for the 'englishman' Dave Fensoms fight. Just the small matter of Danny taylor to get out of the way first!!! :)
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-01 03:44:16
There is a great pool of 59kg fighters at the moment (any promoters thinking about an 8 man could do well out of this weight range...) - I would like to have seen stevie brown matched with david macintosh as a scottish title eliminator after davy's cracking performance against danny taylor in april, but he's injured his back quite badly in thailand, so i'll be watching dave fensom v taylor with interest, as i'm sure will stevie brown. Taylor is definitely one of/ the best fighter in his category for my money, but these guys are close on his heels.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-01 03:48:00
Come to think of it...57-59ish - mark timm, mark brown, ranjit dere, dip singh, dean james, john all the above - next scotland v england show anyone???
Posted: 2007-08-01 07:45:18
Danny taylor is very sharp and teak tough trust me x
Posted: 2007-08-04 07:54:17
Guy, the idea of an 8-man at my weight sounds wicked! Something I've hoped will happen for a while. Hope Davy gets better soon, wanna see him back in action :-)

I know Danny's tough Vinny, watched him fight a few times now and he always puts on a good show. Thats why it will be an honour and a pleasure to jump in with him. Lets see if he can drink as well as Ruth after tho, thats the true test!!! LOL
Posted: 2007-08-06 12:24:31
best of luck to stevie brown. unlucky to get stopped in his last fight against paul karpowicz (sp?)
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-09 16:25:39
yeah, was looking forward to that, shame about cut in the first round. next time stevie.

next confirmed fight is mansoor aslam v. wullie 'wug' dempster - this rematch will be full-on action as both fighters love to stand and trade. the first match ended swiftly as wug threw mansoor out of the ring where he landed heavily on his knee (still injured after his 5 round war with bad co's tom bird)forcing mansoor's corner to concede the match.

tickets are now on sale from the griphouse, sportfight scotland, and the civic centre box office.

event poster and full card posting soon.
Posted: 2007-08-09 16:58:30
not long now :) cant wait.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-11 13:15:16
looking forward to having you on the show sean - i know it was a bit rough having to skip the weight last time. the sauna suit donor was all round nice guy and cracking mma / thai fighter john cullen(DNFT, dumbarton), who we are hoping to have matched for mma rules at the show too.

Additions to the Scotland v England card......George Berry and Baz Reilly from Bad Co are heading north to do battle with the old enemy. Cheers guys, look forward to seeing you. Rest of the card will be sorted this week. One more v. exciting proposition, but agonisingly sworn to silence unitl its 110%...
Stay tuned.

Posted: 2007-08-11 13:49:09
ahhh (re: e-mail)...... This promotion.
Speak soon Guy.

Rich C
Posted: 2007-08-13 14:51:21
Caledonian Muay Thai in association with Sportfight Scotland and The Griphouse present the September Showdown at Motherwell Concert Hall - 23rd September 2007

Poster :

Posted: 2007-08-13 15:25:49
Now that's what you call a fooking poster.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-14 10:43:51
not half! thanks as ever to charlie and the team at C2 design media for their support, and of course the two griphouse fighters in the pic - tommy young from caledonian and paul mcveigh from DNFT. Paul will be fighting at the show if we can find anyone brave enough after his knee bar dismantled his italian opponent at cage wars, and don't miss tommy at martial mayhem 3 september 16th in ayr... (quick plug for wullie mccracken and alan currie).
Gary O'Brien STBA
Posted: 2007-08-14 11:47:51
Loving the poster, but can't believe Tommy kicking Paul on the deck, thought they were mates!? I seen the video of Paul's last fight Guy, the knee bar looked brutal, he needs to stop scaring of the competition and make it easier to get matched! I think Stevie and Leroy will be a good fight, seen Leroy a couple of times and looks great on paper! Some great shows lined up for the end of the year!
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-16 17:41:53
yeah gary, it's looking quality up here for the next few months! will be good to see tommy on POS3...3rd in a row for him! cracking additions to the Showdown card, am really excited about these two bouts...

Clash of Champions - Jackie Short returns to the ring to take on Hilary Mack - what better way for Hil to ready herself for her intercontinental title bout v Christine Toledo, than to face off with ISKA World (correct me if i'm wrong..) Champ Jackie Short. As a staunch supporter of the women's fight game, i'm delighted to see Jackie back in action.

....and another barnstormer - STBA 67.5kg Champion Rab Burt (Base MT, trained by Bobby Quinn) defends his title against challenger Caledonian's Gordon Smith in a full rules face off.

Posted: 2007-08-17 00:18:49
Posted: 2007-08-17 06:06:26
Great show Guy,
Buzzing off the Gordon Smith v Rab Burt fight, come on Ginger Bawz do the biz mate.
Also delighted to see Hil back in action, best of luck babe.

More than anything though, can't wait to see young Jordan doing his stuff again. If he performs anything like his last fight I think people's jaws are gonna hit the deck. Chok Dee ya wee homo, lol

Muaythai King
Posted: 2007-08-17 06:48:00
I heard Hil is sitting at 70Kg after her USA :-P
Posted: 2007-08-17 07:53:48
I hope you're putting out a DVD Guy, because I know some Yanks who will buy for sure ;)

And MTK - to be fair Hil was only 68 kgs when we saw her a couple of weeks ago. Jenny said she's been living off Philly cheesesteaks for a few months.

Posted: 2007-08-17 09:37:45
looks like its gonna be a good night :) hope im on early so i can relax and watch the fights! :P
Peter Finnigen(finnie)
Posted: 2007-08-17 12:26:20
Good Luck Guy & caley team ,sounds like its going to be a great night Good luck to all who R fighting on this show .
respect Finnie
Posted: 2007-08-17 15:35:03
best of luck to sean mcd
Posted: 2007-08-17 15:58:41
thanks mate:) being put through my paces with baz and bobby so should do fine :)
Posted: 2007-08-17 16:14:05
nice 1 m8. c u 2moro?
Posted: 2007-08-17 16:15:19
nice 1 m8. c u 2moro?
Posted: 2007-08-17 16:31:03
i was planning on going but its one of my mates engagement party.... what time is 1? at kelvin hall?
Posted: 2007-08-17 16:55:39
1 o'clock m8. fk the engagement party lol ye kno its more fun to hit folk :)
Posted: 2007-08-17 17:03:42
ill be able to make both :) kelvin hall is not far from where the gym was/is?
Posted: 2007-08-17 19:33:22
keepyourguardup hit someone, no way more like talk your ear off, just jokes big fella!!! Good luck sean.
Posted: 2007-08-18 13:09:31
dan hiv you not seen the way i can slam my face into some ones fist. it can do some real damage ye know
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-21 16:42:45
Here's how the card is shaping up.....
September Showdown
Alan Thanikul (Caledonian) v. Steven Steele (Sit Ayuthaya) 63.5kg 5x1.5
Chris Moir (AMAG) v. Kev Grant (Base MT) 70kg 5x1.5
Graeme McGuigan (Caledonian) v. Sean McDonald (SMTC) 66kg 5x1.5

Scottish Title Eliminator – 57kg
Hardip Singh (Caledonian) v Mark Kerray (Base MT) 5x2

Scotland v England Prestige Bouts
John Shaw (Lanark MMA) v. George Berry (Bad Co.) 51kg 5x1.5
JoJo Calderwood (Caledonian) v. Zoe Green (Maryport Dragons) 52kg 5x2
Barry Letham (KKC Lenzie) v.Baz Reilly (Bad Co) 72kg 5x2
Hilary Mack (Caledonian) v. Jackie Short (Maryport Dragons)52kg 5x2
Steven Brown (Wossobama) v. Dave Fensom (Woking) 59kg 5x3 FTR
Stephen Meikle(Caledonian / Mungkorn) v. Leroy Morgado (Supergym) 67.5kg 5x3 FTR

STBA Scottish Title – 67.5kg 5x3 FTR
Champion – Rab Burt (Base MT) v Challenger – Gordon Smith (Caledonian)

and the MMA and domestic fights, pro and semi pro.
updated poster coming too, with ticket details (wrong cut and paste moment)
Sid Remmer
Posted: 2007-08-21 17:04:32
Very best of luck with the show guy. Quality lineup - I know our little Christi will be watching the female fights with fascination.
Your as far north as I am south so soz i cant be there.
Posted: 2007-08-22 00:44:16
Hi Guy its Neil from the Grip, is young Jordan not fighting anymore?
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-22 03:14:47
we had a match for jordan initially, but the weight difference became to great as the boys are growing fast at their age, it's always been a problem with the junior fighters, so we are searching for a replacement, hope to have details asap.
Posted: 2007-08-22 13:04:26
Poster Updated :

Posted: 2007-08-22 20:27:23
i like the color combinations on the poster!! pink is always a fine choice

good luck with the event, and really hope Jordan gets matched as im sure hes been training hard already :)
Posted: 2007-08-22 21:21:45
no luck with getting a new zealand born aussie on the show then Guy hehehehehe! you got my emails i hope.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-23 16:50:59
hey whitesniper - not this one, but i've passed your details around, how long you going to be in scotland??

also just heard stevie meikle won his fight in thailand tonight, nice one stevie, good prep for leroy...

mma card nearly finalised, scotland v. ireland, sweden, and england bouts, featuring the DNFT taking on all comers, including current muay thai champ at 63.5 and mma demolition guru james doolan.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-25 13:56:36
4 weeks to go, and tix are shifting, if any non DNFT and
Caledonian Fighters need tix, please get in touch. Once the MMA card is announced, the tix will go rapidly, don't miss out.
Alan i
Posted: 2007-08-26 05:23:52
All the best with the show Guy, I really looking forward to this.
Posted: 2007-08-26 09:03:11
Here's The current Updated MMA Card just waiting on comformation on an international opponent for James Doolan.

Pro MMA 63.5kg
James Doolan(DNFT) v. TBC

Pro MMA 886kg
Pawel Bialas (Warriors Team-Poland) v. Assan Njie (Gracie Barra Gothenberg)

Pro MMA 70kg
Graham Turner (DNFT) v. Tommy Greaves (England)

Pro MMA 65.8kg
Martin Nicolson(DNFT) v. Mark Connor(Freestyle Fighters)

B-Class Pro MMA 70kg
Anthony Thomson (DNFT/Griphouse) v. Meher Aziz (Gracie Barra Gothenberg)

Semi-Pro MMA 67kg
Andy McFaul(DNFT/Griphouse) v. Kieron Keigher(AAC Bolton)

Semi-Pro MMA 65.8kg
John Cullen(DNFT) v. Ali McClean(Chum Sut)

Semi-Pro MMA 77kg
Rich McLarty(DNFT) v. Anthony McIlroy(Chum Sut)
Posted: 2007-08-27 05:27:20
Pro MMA 886kg :-o

Bryan G
Posted: 2007-08-27 06:49:13
Is semi-pro MMA fought under different rules?
stu holden
Posted: 2007-08-27 09:57:40
If you are still needing a match for jordon(dont know how old he is) Adam Smith is willing to fight with shin pads on let me know. Adam is 22 years old.
Posted: 2007-08-27 15:37:10
Jordan is 13 stu.
Posted: 2007-08-27 16:58:48
Our Semi-pro mma rules has no striking the head of a downed opponent.

B-class mma allows punches to the head of a downed opponent.

Full pro rules mma allows punches and elboes to the head of a downed opponent.
Bryan G
Posted: 2007-08-28 02:47:07
Cheers - didn't know there were different rules.
Liam R
Posted: 2007-08-28 04:05:39
can you boot a downed opponent in the face like M-1 etc? just wondered, thanks.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-28 04:32:38
hey liam, it's kind of like thai rather than pride, if their ass or hands are on the floor, you can't kick to the head, however you can up-kick from the ground if your opponent is standing. i'll ask the sportfight crew to post full set of rules as this will help understand scoring criteria at the event.
p.s. how's your shin?
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-28 04:38:16
Happy to announce that in an attempt to avoid any partisan paranoia given the excitable relationship between our fine countries, two of the sports finest englishmen will be joining us in an official capacity - Mr Tony Myers will be refereeing the Muay Thai bouts, and Mr Craig Jose will be judging MMA and
Thai. Although, Craig is a Geordie some may find this appointment deeply suspect.
Thanks gentlemen for coming on board.
stu holden
Posted: 2007-08-28 05:06:14
Hi Guy if you are struggling for judges i am just fresh back from thailand where i took part in the IFMA judges and refs couse and am keen to get as much judging done as i can. i think i will be coming up anyway as i want to see jackie back in action.let me know.
Liam R
Posted: 2007-08-28 06:03:55
hi guy tony has txt me and will be in touch by weekend hope thats ok mate
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-28 10:21:25
Liam, no worries, tony has let me know where you're at, wkend is fine.
Stu - we're ok for judges, but you're welcome at the show, let me know if you're definitely coming, and i'll sort out access.
stu holden
Posted: 2007-08-29 02:31:13
Hi Guy,i will defo be coming up so that will be fantastic cheers. Mike and a few others may also come so we will need some tickets let me know how much they are.
Posted: 2007-08-29 07:06:12
Awright Guy
Hope you've got a ticket set aside with my name on it mate.
I would pick it up at training but, well, I cannaebebothered...
Posted: 2007-08-29 07:46:31
guy, ill need some tickets also. ill get bobby to text/email you.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-29 17:06:35
no worries - sean mcd, good luck on paul hamilton's if you're still on (i.e don't get injured!!)
dougie, there's a ticket with part of your name on it, i just couldn't squeeze lazyfatbastardpastamunchingmankiniwearingbawbag on it. was that harsh?...i'll be harsh til you get back into training;-)
stu, tix are £20 normal, £30 ringside.

Posted: 2007-08-29 17:22:40
yer im still on it, dont worry i wont get injured, aslong as i dont break my leg ill be fighting on the 23rd
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-30 03:19:49
nice one sean, i'll speak to bobby this week anyway - good luck to the rest of your crew fighting on sunday.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-08-30 16:32:02
at last, we have an opponent for two time british junior champ, jordan calder. danny baker from mersey thai is taking up the challenge, more details to follow...
mr mysterio
Posted: 2007-08-30 19:32:45
This should be a stormer with Jackie Short making her return to the ring after a long lay out, she is one of my fav fighters, canny wait! Good luck to all the fighters esp our boy Sean Mc!
Posted: 2007-08-31 05:15:48
hehe, thanks just need to smash this guy in Darlington in the first round :P so im nice n fresh for this one
Posted: 2007-08-31 15:08:41
Good news on Jordan's match - will be good to see him fight on home soil.
Jordan Calder
Posted: 2007-08-31 15:51:32
looking forward to the show and to fight back up hear fight card looking well
Posted: 2007-08-31 21:34:46
good luck Jordan!
Posted: 2007-09-03 11:28:03
Rab spent weekend here and looks really sharp,went to Frankies gym too x
Posted: 2007-09-06 10:52:11
Good luck with all the prep fighters! Looking forward to this show finishing off my holiday nicely in a couple weeks :-)
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-09-06 17:03:57
big up to eddie cheung and henry chan from caledonian for stepping up to fill some gaps in the thai card - for those about to rock, we salute you. latest card coming soon.
stu holden
Posted: 2007-09-07 02:22:09
Hi Guy myself and about 3 or 4 others will be coming up on the day of the show if thats still ok?
Posted: 2007-09-10 14:34:53
Less than 2 weeks to the event.

An additional mma bout confirmed:

Semi-Pro MMA Middleweight
Scott (Dumbarton MMA) vs Scott Sales (AMAG)
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-09-12 03:25:07
no worries stu, have mail.
Posted: 2007-09-15 09:26:36
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-09-15 12:39:45
ok, 1 week to go, anything could happen, without wishing to tempt fate, here is the card...and it's a cracker, we've lost some from the original, and gained some, injuries, illness, cow-tipping accidents etc..get your tix soon, they are running out. thank you so far to everybody who tried to help, sorry we couldn't match everyone who wanted to be on the show, plenty more coming up - bobby quinn's on oct 7th (plug for ya!). anyway, here goes...September Showdown...the 5 rounders are all muay thai, the 2 and 3 rounders are MMA.

1. Eddie Cheung (Caledonian) v. Chris Moir (AMAG) 70kg 5x1.5
2. Ryan Grant (Sit Ayuthaya) v. Jackson Barkhouse (Maryport Dragons) 46kg 5x1.5
3. Henry Chan (Caledonian) v. Sean McDonald (SMTC Livingston) 66kg 5x1.5
4. Scott Dumbarton (DNFT) v. Scott Sales (AMAG) 2x5
5. Andy McFaul (DNFT/Griphouse) v. Kieron Keigher (AAC Bolton) 67kg 2x5
6. John Cullen(DNFT) v. Ali McClean(Chum Sut) 65.8kg 2x5
Scottish Title Eliminator – 57kg
7. Hardip Singh (Caledonian) v Mark Kerray (Base MT) 5x2
8. JoJo Calderwood (Caledonian) v. Zoe Green (Maryport Dragons) 52kg 5x2
9. Danny (Motherwell) v. Chris Patt (Dragons) 100kg 2x5
10. Rich McLarty(DNFT) v. Anthony McIlroy(Chum Sut) 77kg 2x5
11. Alan Thanikul (Caledonian) v. Steven Steele (Sit Ayuthaya) 63.5kg 5x1.5
12. Jordan Calder (Caledonian) v Danny Baker (Mersey Thai) 54kg 5x2
13. Anthony Thomson (DNFT/Griphouse.) v. Meher Aziz (Gracie Barra Gothenberg) 70kg 2x5
14.Martin Nicolson(DNFT) v. Mark Connor(Freestyle Fighters) 65.8kg 3x5
Champion v Champion
15. Hilary Mack (Caledonian) v. Jackie Short (Maryport Dragons)53kg 5x2
STBA Scottish Title – 67.5kg 5x3 FTR
16. Challenger – Gordon Smith (Caledonian) v. Champion – Rab Burt (Base MT)
17. Pawel Bialas (Warriors Team-Poland) v. Assan Njie (Gracie Barra Gothenberg) 3x5
18. Graham Turner (DNFT) v. Tommy Greaves (England) 3x5

Posted: 2007-09-15 12:54:57
100 posts lmao.
Posted: 2007-09-16 05:25:36
18 fights and standard tickets at £20.00 thats just over £1.00 per fight. More than value for money there I'd say. In fact it's fooking brilliant.
Posted: 2007-09-16 10:17:48
it is excellent value for money, will i be able to get a ticket from the grip? good luck john, dip, jojo, hil, gordon n rab and the rest of the guys steppin up to fight. well done guy.
Posted: 2007-09-16 14:36:54
Looking forward to next week, great fight card Guy.
Best of luck to all the fighters esp John Cullen
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-09-18 07:11:34
hey john, tix available from the griphouse, i'm there most nights from 6pm, and during the day from 10am-2pm, or sat from 10am-4pm. cheers, well done on your win over marc brown last week!!
Posted: 2007-09-18 14:30:51
Good luck with the show Guy, would loved to have been there, especially to see the Gordon Smith and Hilary fights! Hope it goes well. x
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-09-18 17:00:21
just realised ....Picts, Angles, Celts, Vikings, it'll be just like old times, with the rest of the Scots doing what we do best...fighting each other. 5 days to go, no sleep til Motherwell..

cheers for the support anya, hope things are going well for you down in york. (you do know the old statute of shooting scots people with arrows inside york's walls was never rescinded?) don't tell cadden.
Posted: 2007-09-19 06:08:31
Best of luck to Guy and to all Caley fighters but especially Jordan & Jojo who I know have been working really hard. Chok Dee everyone

guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-09-20 03:41:45
in case any info has slipped through the before weigh-in at the griphouse 6pm, on day weigh-in and medicals 11am at venue.
griphouse post code for sat-nav is G4 9SY. normal directions as follows....
M8 to glasgow (westbound), junction 16, signed A81, aberfoyle, after 3rd set lights, turn right under the M8, head straight up garscube road, following A81 signs, past two industrial units, turn right (sign for 'Chan's), first left,park up at end of t-junct, grip building is old building on left (you have driven round the back of it, so walk to main road, doorway beside tower bar.)
Posted: 2007-09-20 04:48:18
Some great fights on the card for this one.
Good luck to all the fighters, especially Eddie Cheung & Hil. Chokedee guys!
Posted: 2007-09-21 03:39:47
can you buy tickets on the door?
Posted: 2007-09-21 05:26:34
Good luck to all the Caley fighters and all the Dinky Ninjas on this show.

Especially Gordon, and Joanne Calderwood who is having her first (OF MANY) fights for Caledonian Muay Thai. You will do the gym proud Joanne, you have worked so hard and I am proud of you, and Jordan is delighted cause he's got a new training partner.

And of course to my son Jordan, do you're thing wee man and show them how you roll. I don't need to tell you how proud I am of you, but I will anyway.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-09-21 16:48:41
hey jeeb, and anyone else looking for tix...there will be a reserve of tickets on the door, but get there sharp cause i ain't got any left, box office has some, or get me at the griphouse on saturday 10am-6.30pm to get tix.
Posted: 2007-09-22 07:58:34
good luck to all the fighters, will be there to cheer you on.All the best with the show guy!
Posted: 2007-09-22 09:58:37
well done guy and the rest of the crew, looks like a crackin show! good luck to everyone involved:) best of luck to jojo dip rab n gordy hope u's all do well:)
Peter Finnigen(finnie)
Posted: 2007-09-22 10:54:01
good luck to all on this show& Guy.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-09-22 17:00:01
all the fighters who weighed in today were a credit to their camps - those who had to make weight did so,no problems,everybody bang on, thank you for your professionalism. I'll post up the final card tonight, fingers crossed it will remain the same until showtime tomorrow.

travel news - avoid newmains turn off from m8 as heavy roadworks in place, use m73,m74, m'well turn off, then b754 wishaw, this is airbles road, after a few annoying mini roundabouts, civic centre is on left.

there is going to be a massive thank you list for this one, but one geezer has really taken a load off me by becoming the grip's top pad man - brian calder, cheers brian,the hard work will definitely pay off.

to all my squad,you do me proud, fight hard, fight to win. see you all tomorrow.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-09-22 17:08:33
September Showdown – Running Order

Blue Red
1. Eddie Cheung (Caledonian) v. Chris Moir (AMAG) 70kg 5x1.5
2. Ryan Grant (Sit Ayuthaya) v. Jackson Barkhouse (Maryport Dragons) 44kg 5x1.5
3. Henry Chan (Caledonian) v. Sean McDonald (SMTC Livingston) 66kg 5x1.5
4. Daniel Gray (Kokoro Fight Club) v. Chris Patt (Dragons) 100kg 2x5 Semi-pro
5. Scott (DNFT/Dumbarton) v. Scott Sales (AMAG) 85kg 2x5 Semi-pro
6. Andy McFaul (DNFT/Griphouse) v. Kieron Keigher (AAC Bolton) 67kg 2x5 Semi-pro
Scottish Title Eliminator
7. Hardip Singh (Caledonian) v Mark Kerray (Base MT) 57kg 5x2
8. JoJo Calderwood (Caledonian) v. Zoe Green (Maryport Dragons) 52kg 5x2
9. Rich McLarty(DNFT/Lanark) v. Anthony McIlroy(Chum Sut) 77kg 2x5 Semi-pro
10. Alan Thanikul (Caledonian) v. Steven Steele (Sit Ayuthaya) 63.5kg 5x1.5
Sportfight Scotland Junior Golden Belt
11. Jordan Calder (Caledonian) v Danny Baker (Mersey Thai) 54kg 5x2 Jnr
12. Anthony Thomson (DNFT/Griphouse.) v. Meher Aziz (Gracie Barra Gothenberg) 70kg 2x5 Semi-pro
13. Martin Nicolson(DNFT/Dumbarton) v. Mark Connor(Freestyle Fighters) 65.8kg 3x5 Pro
ISKA BritishChampion v ISKA WorldChampion
14. Hilary Mack (Caledonian) v. Jackie Short (Maryport Dragons) 53kg 5x2
STBA Scottish Title – 67.5kg 5x3 FTR
15. Challenger – Gordon Smith (Caledonian) v. Champion – Rab Burt (Base MT) 67.5k 5x3
16. Pawel Bialas (Warriors Team-Poland) v. Assan Njie (Gracie Barra Gothenberg) 86kg 3x5 Pro
17. Graham Turner (DNFT/Lanark) v. Tommy Greaves (England) 3x5 Pro
guy caledonian
Posted: 2007-09-22 17:27:15
sorry alan - it's dankool, not thanikul!!!
Posted: 2007-09-23 12:32:25
any results?
Gary O'Brien STBA
Posted: 2007-09-23 13:18:04
Well done to Guy, John & Gary, really good show!

Here is some of the Thai reslts:

Dip won with a good performance!

Hil won a close fight.

Jojo won convincingly with strong straight knee's.

Jordan had another good & mature win.

Rab Burt won well, was a good fight & Gordon done well, but Rab was on good form. Rab has to be one of, if not the strongest champion to hold the STBA belt IMO.

Someone will post full results, to awkward on my phone.
Peter Finnigen(finnie)
Posted: 2007-09-23 14:03:22
Well done Rab, jojo,& Jordan any 1 know how ryan grant got on. respect Finnie
Posted: 2007-09-23 14:18:37
Jordan Calder
Posted: 2007-09-23 15:28:45
just want to say well done to all the caledonian fighters and a big thanks to my dad Davy mac Gordon and jo for the training and to guy for getting me on his show
Jordan Calder
Posted: 2007-09-23 16:45:36
when is the pictures getting put up if any got taken
robert burt
Posted: 2007-09-23 18:37:02
i just want to say thanks to guy and the grip hoose for lettin me fight on the show and gordon(ya tough fooker)i will come your gym to help me progress for novemmber...peace out my freinds
Posted: 2007-09-23 18:43:02

Jordan Calder before his fight.
Posted: 2007-09-23 18:47:28

Try this one resized.
Posted: 2007-09-23 20:05:50
Congratulations Jordan, Hil, Dip, and the rest of the Caley clan. Hope you've got time to soak it in now, Guy. Nay, I'm sure you'll be back at it first thing tomorrow with those macchiatos strategically interspersed throughout the day. Rest is overrated.
liam badco
Posted: 2007-09-24 00:38:51
well done jord mate....and jojo too...
Posted: 2007-09-24 05:30:48

Joanne Calderwood vs Zoe Green
Posted: 2007-09-24 05:31:51

Joanne Calderwood, I can see you are worried Jo lol.
Posted: 2007-09-24 05:32:44

The Result.
Posted: 2007-09-24 05:52:29
Well done to Guy, John, Gary and all the promotion staff for this show it was really well run and a joy to watch. Thanks for the invite. Some great fights and good display's of technical ability. A special congrats to Hilary who had a really close battle with Jackie and was back and forth for majority of the fight, Also well done to Rab on a really strong performance, you looked like nothing was stopping you on that occasion. Hard Lines Gordon mate your def a tough bas@*£d like! Was really impressed with Jordan and JoJo calderwood very exciting prospects.
Raj Singh
Posted: 2007-09-24 06:50:05
Brilliant show! Guy's shows are always very well orginised and run smoothly. Great performances from Dip, Alan Dankool, Graham Turner, Jordan, JoJo, Hillary and Rab.
Posted: 2007-09-24 09:55:01
and Gordon Smith.... as pointed out by a few people before he is as tough as they come and will come back stronger, aside from Rab (who was quality yesterday and in my opinion is peaking just now)i think he is the best 67kg guy in Scotland and i hope he starts getting some of the recognition he deserves, i know everyone at Caly was proud of him and rightly so. Hats of to Rab Burt though who is a very good fighter and comes accross as a top guy as well.
Never saw that many of the other fights but of the ones i did see Jordan and JoJo were class and all their hard work in the gym paid of!!
Graham Turner was awesome as well!!
Well done to all fighters and to Guy and the Dinky Ninjas for a cracking show!!
Gary O'Brien STBA
Posted: 2007-09-24 11:28:22
Yeah Graham Turner was really impressive!
Posted: 2007-09-25 06:25:33
Nice wee pic of Sean and Henry :

Will keep adding them to the show page as I get them.
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