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Topic:Craig Jose V Stephen Meikle, October 26th Glasgow
Posted: 2008-09-15 08:50:43
Craig Jose v Stephen Meikle, October 26th Glasgow

Thai boxing Show, Sunday October 26th, The Eagle Lodge, Bishopbriggs, Glasgow.

Stephen Meikle of Caledonian Muay Thai Glasgow will face perhaps his toughest test yet against Craig Jose of Sorthanikul Gym in Newcastle.
Stephen who has recently returned from a VERY succesful trip to Thailand (where he obtained FULL sponsorship from Fairtex) has recently notched up wins in the famous Channel 7 Stadium and the famous Lumpinee Stadium in Bangkok.

This match has been made at 70 kilograms and obviously will be fought under full muay thai rules.

Having already 'squared off' at last weekends Oran Mor show in Glasgow, I have spoken to both fighters and each seems extremely confident.

A full supporting undercard is currently being worked upon and I expect to release more details of this within the next two weeks.

Chok Dee Stephen & Craig
Posted: 2008-09-15 08:54:00

guy caledonian
Posted: 2008-09-15 08:59:40
That's going to be an awesome fight, two of my favourite UK fighters...thanks for playing the media game at the show yesterday lads! good luck with this one to dougie and tommy young in their first promotion, anything i can do to help, you know it (i can still make 63.5...)
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:01:06
Is the fight with Phil Pullen off on 5th Oct then? (crawley)
paulo da silva
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:02:56
dont think so.......
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:09:08
Better not be!!
Kevin Hughes
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:17:40
This is gonna be a war like, i am THEIR
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:22:01
If not then its a big risk as Phil Pullen is a banger, and to have two very hard fights like this next to each other is a tough call.

Hope it comes off as both will be awesome bouts.

Posted: 2008-09-15 09:22:53
Ofcourse the recovery period between fights is a concern, however Stephen has three weeks recovery and he has fought in Thailand with far less recovery periods than that. He's confident, his trainer is confident and so the match has been made and is eagely anticipated.

Similarly, Craig is fighting Eric Decarriere within two weeks of this show. Fortunately for me however, his match with Eric has been made WITHOUT elbows. Phew. Again, he is confident, his trainer is confident and again we have gone with the match.

It's a pleasure to have Craig involved with our first show. He and Stephen came close to meeting previously as both were involved in the POS3 8 man tournament (which Craig went on to win).

Thanks to both fighters for agreeing to this, thanks Guy for all your help so far and I can guarantee that we will become a fairly constant pain in the arse as we get closer to the event.

Posted: 2008-09-15 09:26:14
Is this your promotion Dougie? 1st?
Or are you just helping out?
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:27:14
Naturally, that should have said 'eagerly' anticipated. Damn my typing
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:31:33
It's actually Tommy Young and myself Noi.
I've recently started MC'ing and work was drying up so thought I'd put on a show, lol.
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:33:53
Nice one.

Word-up check the mic, psyche!

Posted: 2008-09-15 09:42:24
Nice one! Is that a Misfits reference in the show title?
liam badco
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:45:16
im there mate..good luck with this hope it goes well and then we can get on with what we discussed this weekend :)
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:46:01
Nah, it's just me being immensely cheesy. What with our gym logo (an eagle) the venue (eagle lodge)... I couldn't resist it
Liam R
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:46:22
recovery period is irrelevant if not a mark on him but takes a concussive blow, 21 days does not meet the medical suspension barrier. im not saying Steohen is likely to suffer such a blow inthe Pullin fight but maybe there should be a backup fighter just incase, since Craig wil be training his ass off for it no doubt.
Liam R
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:46:50
BIG Doug KING McAdam
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:47:42
Yer a diamond mate, I'd be delighted to have you and Andy judging (so long as you promise no-ones arse or anything else goes anywhere NEAR my face)
Posted: 2008-09-15 09:48:58
Was that an offer Robbo?
Keep yourself fit and 70 kilos mate you're getting a phone call
stu holden
Posted: 2008-09-15 16:10:25
Give me a shout if you need anymore fighters for this 1 might be able to help out.
Posted: 2008-09-15 17:20:57
Thanks for the support, I'll be intouch shortly.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2008-09-18 12:49:51
where eagles dare, one of iron maiden's finest moments, possible sponsorship from rock, really, live interview about the fight show with tom russell from the radio station!will keep you posted.
stu holden
Posted: 2008-09-18 15:22:40
Can also help out judging if you need mate
Posted: 2008-09-19 15:35:57
Can you e-mail me please

Gary O'Brien STBA
Posted: 2008-09-20 06:35:29
Good luck with the guys and also to both fighters, I'm there.
Posted: 2008-09-20 11:02:29
You already offered to judge mate, I accepted, remember?
No? Ah well, you're doing it anyway, haha
Posted: 2008-09-22 04:52:36
Where there mate, no probs, where gunna have Mark Deluca with us aswell so there's ya 3rd judge maybe if needed, or we'll swap and change about between ourselfs so others can have a rest and what not, or a pint or twelve... Cant promise the other thing though mate?? ;-)Good luck with it.x
Posted: 2008-09-22 05:03:19
Putting some 'sahweeet' matches together now folks.
Hopefully have a provisional line-up announced by the end of the week.
stu holden
Posted: 2008-09-22 05:34:58
You got mail mate
Posted: 2008-09-22 07:23:16
Right back at ya Stu
Posted: 2008-09-22 11:07:57
Looks to be a good show ,

Me Vs Jordan Calder at 57k

Im looking forward to this fight ,
i have alot of respect for Jordan.


(Hopefully have the Kevin fight for Nov too ,
just confirming)
Posted: 2008-09-22 15:17:35
A little premature with this post mate.
The fight will be announced officially once (if) both camps agree.
As I write, this bout has not yet been confirmed.

Posted: 2008-09-22 15:25:31
i miss you dougie x
Posted: 2008-09-22 15:31:27
:P excited ?
Tis a class fight! ,
well hopefully it gets confirmed ,

Scotlands a nice place too ,
Two birds with one stone
Posted: 2008-09-22 15:39:15
I just thought it was cause Brian and my trainer have been disussing (and come to the conclusion) me and Jordan fighting full thai rules ,
and the weights been set out and that ,
so yeah ,
just thought it was lol
liam badco
Posted: 2008-09-23 02:31:08
its up to the promoter to comfirm not trainers
Posted: 2008-09-23 03:12:50
Dear god boy just leave it alone till youre told that its on. Why you so desperate to fight someone younger and lighter than you anyway? Let the promoter of the show confirm the fight.
Posted: 2008-09-23 03:18:18
He doesnt miss you ugly. and you'd best be coming up for a silly weekend fraudster??
Muaythai King
Posted: 2008-09-23 04:34:40
Whether it be on or off.
If his opponent is older or heavier, I still cant see past a win for JC.

The young man has talent.
Posted: 2008-09-23 07:20:57
Just confirmed, an interesting bout between two young talents with very similar experience

Jordan Calder (Caledonian Muay Thai)
Jonno Chipchase (TMAS , MFA)
(57 kilo's 5x3 min rounds, knees to head)

Thanks to both fighters for accepting the match.

Rest of the card is coming together nicely now folks, more matches to be announced shortly.

P.S I miss you too Simon.
Liam R
Posted: 2008-09-23 08:53:25
JC will definitely win this.

Jonno Chipchase
Jordan Calder

they are both JC Graeme u nut!
Liam R
Posted: 2008-09-23 08:53:58
i bet £1000 JC wins
Muaythai King
Posted: 2008-09-23 09:16:54
HaHa Good point LR. Oh well, with my verdict, cant loose either way then.
NAh, going for Jordan.
Posted: 2008-09-23 09:21:06
Lmao which JC though Liam ??
Posted: 2008-09-23 09:31:21
good luck Jordan, glad ill still be there for this one!
Posted: 2008-09-23 09:32:06
i'll be there sex cat! week after my b'day combine the two eh!
stewart buchanan
Posted: 2008-09-23 09:34:50
a bet 5000 jc wins cant lose lol,no bets,but think calder will take it.
Posted: 2008-09-23 09:35:38
Its not desperation Andy! ,
its excitment lol ,
I too have always had to fight people older than me ,
and im just trying to stir up abit of excitment! haha ,
and on the day i will be 57 , so he wont be lighter than me ,
iv been fighting alittle heavier than my remit lately anyway ,
my best have been at 57 ,

Oh and i no Liam , but the promoter was on the phone with my trainer last night and last i heard it was confirmed so ,
Im just going of what iv been told ,

Like iv said from the start ,
lot of respect for JC ,
hes deffinatly gonna be a big name for the future.
Just hoping to have a great fight and put on a class show.

Posted: 2008-09-23 10:33:43
Another one confirmed

Lyn Minnden (Caledonian Muay Thai)
Wayne Fisher (Carlisle Dragons)
66 kilo B class
(5 x 2min rounds / Knees allowed to head)
Posted: 2008-09-23 10:35:18
More coming shortly, just agreeing weights etc.

Posted: 2008-09-23 11:46:48
you sound a confident young man , and there is nothing wrong with getting a bit giddy about fighting, i wish both J Cs well. whilst your at it you may as well offer andy a fight, dont be shy.
Posted: 2008-09-23 13:02:16
being one of andy h's sparring partners (moving punchbags) i would strongly advise you not to jonno lol!
he hits hard, he's a sneaky little c*nt in the clinch and kicks like a mule!
Posted: 2008-09-23 13:42:34
i would never disrespect Andy Howson by offering him a fight atm lol ,
not that i would decline the offer ,
but maybe after a few more wins aye ;) ha (x100) ,
and i no Si ,
you seen that left body hook ?
effin hell lol
feel sorry for your Ribs mate ha

Posted: 2008-09-23 14:09:35
Jono wasnt meaning to be funny but you seem to be just a bit too eager and it should be youre coach who is on here confirming or not the fight thats all, and Jordan is like family to me and liam and we will be there in his corner, you will be heavier than him on the day cause he will not have to struggle or really get down to weight, he wont go higher than 58kgs id say where as you are gunna be fighting 3-4kgs lighter than you last few so will naturally put on more weight after you weigh in, it will be a good fight, and yes if jordan listens and does as he is told (which doesnt happen often) then he will be a defo future champion
Posted: 2008-09-23 14:22:14
Dont worry about it mate ,
I just thought it would be a great fight and i suppose i got alittle ahead of myself.
To be honest , i wasnt happy with my last fight so im eager to get a few
good performances in (with no damn shinnys and such ha) ,
no harm no foul ,

I no what you mean , i will be naturaly alittle heavier than him ,
but thats not why i wanted the fight.
I mean , iv fought people out of my weight too because i saw a good fight in it.
foolish i know , but damn us younguns ;) Ha.

yous 2 in his corner ?
wont mind if i shake your hands before then aye ;) ,
either of you's at the Ikon on the 5th i think ? ,

Posted: 2008-09-23 18:22:40
Liam and Andy and DavyMac are always in Jordan's corner when he fights, they always have been and always will be. Like Andy said we are family.
Posted: 2008-09-24 01:59:14
That nearly brought a tear to my eye brian lol.........obviously im biased but i take jordan to be just too good and win this one comfortably(no offence jono)
Posted: 2008-09-24 04:32:46
Shut it Baldy haha
Posted: 2008-09-24 04:33:49
No offence taken mate ,
I no for most people Jordan is the Ovbious favorite ,
but i prefer it that way ,
anyone who knows me will know im not going in this fight to lose ,
but i know i have a right old task infront of me haha
Either way i have alot of respect for him ,
i mean ,
a win at lumpini ?
tis a great acheivement

Posted: 2008-09-26 07:35:31
Line up so far:

Stephen Meikle v Craig Jose
Caledonian Sorthanikul, Newcastle
(70 kg / Full Thai Rules)

Lyn Minnden v Wayne Fisher
Caledonian Dragons, Carlisle
(66 kg B Class)

Scott Gallagher v Barry Letham
DNFT Dumberton KKC Kirkintilloch
(72 kg B Class)

Jordan Calder v John Chipchase
Caledonian TMAS, Liverpool
(57 kg B Class)

Adrian Wedolowski v Mischo ?
Caledonian KKC Kirkintilloch
(73 kg C Class)

Alistair Rankine v Mark Ritchie
Glasgow Uni MT Base Muay Thai
(81 kg C Class)

Still putting the last two or three matches together, will hopefully have a provisional card and running order by the end of next week.

Still looking for
65/67 kg Novice (The guy I want to match has had one fight, a loss)

Contact me if you can help
Tel: 07977 461 844
Posted: 2008-09-26 14:53:03
Wow these threads get so emotional!!! All the best for the boys ;-)
Posted: 2008-09-26 15:00:10
I love you Briancal xxx
Posted: 2008-09-27 03:41:47
I thought you loved me, it's over.
Posted: 2008-09-27 04:13:37
i'm sorry dougie he didnt mean anything to me, i was drunk!
Troy Diablo
Posted: 2008-09-27 04:17:46
"where eagles dare, one of iron maiden's finest moments"

Also one of The Misfits finest moments.
Posted: 2008-10-08 03:35:52
How's that final card looking Dougie?
Posted: 2008-10-08 18:21:52
Gonna try and make it up for this one to support my good friend Meikle. Cheers for the advice on sunday bro, great to have you with me ;-) This will be an awesome fight as Craig is a wicked fighter and Stevie is doing the biz everytime he gets in there at the moment! Can't wait!!!
Posted: 2008-10-09 09:07:00
Cheers Dave, be good to have your support mate.
Really looking forward to this one!
Posted: 2008-10-09 09:48:56
jordans calder next entrance tune " we are family, i got all my SISTERS with me" haha, andy and liam can be the sisters...... im so gonna get wacked when i see them!!!!! best of luck to jordan........ like both craig and stevie so hope it a great fight .
Posted: 2008-10-09 14:45:39
There have been a couple of alterations / additions to the card. It's looking very exciting now. Couple more things coming together at the moment and I'll post a full line up shortly. Only two weeks on Sunday and tickets are already moving fast.

I've got a VERY small amount of seated tickets left, call me if you need any seated or see Griphouse for remaining few tickets.
Still a decent batch of standing available but I expect that the kirky boozers and Glasgow or Caley students will hoover them up. The £5 saving will buy them a pint of cider or two, lol.

Fensom, glad you're making it up for the show mate, looking forward to seeing you, hopefully catch a pint this time.

Dougie: 07977 461 844

Posted: 2008-10-13 15:03:21
dougie baby you still looking for a 65-67kg novice? if so I might have one. Is this a day show or night?
good luck with it dougie
Posted: 2008-10-14 06:03:14
This is shaping up to be a good show! Im gonna try and get off work to see this baby! :) Good luck to all fighters! :)
Posted: 2008-10-14 07:00:16
Loopy Lou,
Did you just call me Baby?
Easy Sailor, What kind of a man do you take me for? Lol

Let me know if you Hamilton headbangers need some tickets and I'll get them across to you.

Hardly any seated left and the standing tickets have started moving as well.

Remember folks, call or text me on 07977 461 844 if you need some

Posted: 2008-10-14 08:01:51
Posted: 2008-10-14 11:48:47
LMAO Wainey, I'd pay to see that...ha ha ha...

Well I'm definately coming up for this one boys and girls, (cheers for puttin me up Stevie, no funny business this time tho eh, and especially not b4 a fight!) See ya sat Stevie, I'll call u soon bro.

All the best for this one Dougie mate, woulda had a beer with u the other week if u weren't too busy thinking with ur little head! ;-) ha ha ha... Lets do it this time!!! The drink that is...big weirdo! ;-)
Posted: 2008-10-14 16:16:03
Cant wait for this show ,
Jordan having Liam and Andy in his corner ,
me having Frankie and me dad !

goodluck to everyone else fighting! and the promoters and such ,
although its deffo gonna be class.

and goodluck to Jordan on his last few weeks of training ,
hes a dangerous kid ,
but im ready.

marc brown
Posted: 2008-10-16 10:22:30
good luck to me old mate stevie. marc
Posted: 2008-10-16 18:54:26
He's not as old as you Marc! lol ;-) x
adam hanuman
Posted: 2008-10-17 05:13:09
is there a final line up for this show as i know there's been changes?
Posted: 2008-10-17 06:14:13
Yeah Adam, there have been changes, how did you know mate.
Full line up and running order will be posted over the weekend.
Just awaiting confirmation on a couple of changes but overall it's looking like a fantastic show.

For anyone wanting a ticket before the show please contact me on 07977 461 844.
They are also available from Caledonian Muay Thai (see Guy) or Glasgow Uni Muay Thai (see Tommy).
We will be keeping a batch for sale on the day at the venue, so if you aren't training between now and then, you should hopefully still get one at the event.

Any fighters with returns please let me know asap
Similarly, any fighters needing more let me know really asap.
adam hanuman
Posted: 2008-10-19 09:02:55
final line up?
Posted: 2008-10-20 03:48:05
Posted: 2008-10-20 06:22:41
Ok people.
Sorry it's taken so long to announce the final card but here it is.
(This is not necessarily the running order)

TBC v Adam Batley
Griphouse Glasgow Hanuman Muay Thai
(5 x 1.5 mins, 67 kgs)

Alastair Rankin v Ewan Irvine
Griphouse Glasgow Fighting Fit Kircaldy
(5 x 1.5 mins, 77 kgs)

Mani Singh v Michael McDonagh (sorry if spelling is wrong)
Korean Kickboxing Dragons Gym
(5 x 1.5 mins, 67 kgs)

Stevie Brown v Loz Reilly
Wossobama Ayr Hanuman Muay Thai
(5 x 2 mins, 62 kgs, B Class Knees to head)

Super Prestige Bout
Stephen Meikle v Craig Jose
Caledonian MT Glasgow Sor Thanikul Newcastle
(5 x 3 mins, 70 kgs, FULL THAI RULES)

Adrian Wedolowski v Adam Little
Caledonian MT Glasgow Dumfries Dragons
(5 x 1.5 mins, 73 kgs)

Super Prestige Bout
Jordan 'The Cobra' Calder v Jonno Chipchase
Caledonian MT Glasgow TMAS / Frankies Gym
(5 x 3 mins, 57 kgs, B Class Knees to head)


Gordon Smith v Kevin Cotrell
Caledonian MT Glasgow Fighting Fit Gym Kircaldy
(5 x 3 mins, 67 kgs, FULL THAI RULES)

Looks to be a cracking show, it's come together even better than I'd expected. Thanks to the STBA guys for allowing us the title fight. Thanks Rab and Base Muay Thai for vacating.

Special mention to Craig Jose and Stevie Brown. Both guys fought at the weekend there and both won. Two fights in a week, Thai style baby

Best of luck to all fighters, look forward to seeing everyone on the day, let's make it a GREAT show.
Posted: 2008-10-20 06:24:27
Predictions anyone?
Posted: 2008-10-20 06:45:49
I predict a messy after party ;-)
Posted: 2008-10-20 07:03:39
best of luck to steve "bone breaker" brown.

to say he fought at the weekend is probably stretchin it dougie lol
Posted: 2008-10-20 07:53:29
Lol @ "Brittlebone McLaughlin".

Posted: 2008-10-20 07:56:27
I knew I had the spelling wrong.
The third fight on my list should be
Mani Singh v Michael Mageothan.
Sorry Michael
Posted: 2008-10-20 14:35:57
cheers for the compassion dougie lol
Posted: 2008-10-20 15:02:17
Best of luck Dougie and Tommy on your first promotion. Some cracking bouts on. Good luck also to all the fighters taking part. No predictions from me cos the un-predictable usually happens and i always get it wrong. Roll on sunday.
Posted: 2008-10-20 17:55:29
Hey Eileen, are you and Bobby gonna be along to watch, be good to catch up? x
Posted: 2008-10-21 03:40:12
best of luck 4 sunday 4 ure 1st promotion, really lookin forward to the stevie meikle n craig jose fight should b a belter.

see u all on sunday :)
Posted: 2008-10-22 05:57:19
Yeah Dave, we will be there doing a shop. Will defo catch up with you. See u Sunday.
Posted: 2008-10-22 06:47:41
Just working on the running order. Will have it posted later today.
Posted: 2008-10-22 12:38:59
Wicked Eileen see you and the old boy there ;-)

Getting very excited now! Meikle V Jose is gonna be AWESOME!!!! See you saturday Stevie mate.
Posted: 2008-10-22 13:27:37
Good luck of you xx
Posted: 2008-10-22 14:15:10
best of luck to both craig and stevie....... gonna be a cracker but id say craig on points.. all the best with the show dougie.
liam badco
Posted: 2008-10-22 14:24:31
anyone betting on the fights????????
liam badco
Posted: 2008-10-22 14:25:10
shit i forgot im judging lol so i cant bet this time dont weant folk to think im cheating ha.
Posted: 2008-10-23 05:55:24
Yeah Liam, bad idea for judges to be betting mate, not very professional.
What about promoters though, can I bet? Lol

Any fighters / coaches with tickets to return can I please have them back either today or tomorrow. Call me on 07977 461 844

Here is the updated card and running order:


Sponsored by Dawn Developments
Griphouse, Glasgow Fighting Fit, Kircaldy
(5 X 1.5 MINS, 77KGS)

Sponsored by B Dempsie Gas Fitting
Dinky Ninjas, Glasgow Hanuman MT, Darlington
(5 x 1.5 MINS, 68 KGS)

Sponsored by D Grierson Gas Fitting
Caledonian MT, Glasgow Dumfries Dragons
(5 x 1.5 MINS, 73 KGS)

Sponsored by The Antonine Bar
MANI ‘THE MADMAN’ SINGH MICHAEL MAGEOTHA Korean Kickboxing Academy Annan Dragons
(5 x 1.5 MINS, 67 KGS)

Sponsored by Firestorm, Glasgow
Caledonian MT, Glasgow Sor Thanikul, Newcastle
(5 x 3 MINS, 70 KGS)

Sponsored by Andrew Meek Dental Care
Wossobama, Ayr Hanuman MT, Darlington
(5 x 2 MINS, 62 KGS)

Sponsored by Salandini Barber
Caledonian MT, Glasgow Frankies Gym, Manchester
(5 x 3 MINS, 57 KGS)

Sponsored by Home & Hearth
Caledonian MT, Glasgow Fighting Fit, Kircaldy
(5 x 3 MINS, 67.5 KGS)

Posted: 2008-10-23 06:09:34
I made a piss poor job of posting the fight card there.
I'd typed it out all neatly and spaced out on a word document, tried cutting and pasting. Didn't work, lol.
Anyway, you get the idea folks.
guy caledonian
Posted: 2008-10-23 16:32:01
That will be Mike Mageochan then? The guy has had as many different spellings as Iain McCulley, who has the record of having had 22pro fights,and never had his name spelt correctly on a poster. Anyway.....looking forward to sunday, many reasons, mainly that the pad-holding /getting a kicking off all the fighters is finally over, and me, Tommy, Lyn, and Eddie can lose the bruises, also, to see the next generation of caley / griphouse fighters in action. The representation from the old guard is going to be awesome too - Gordon for the title, and Stevie taking a huge step up in both weight and experience taking on Craig Jose who I consider one of the best...but then I think Stevie is too...going to be a belter.
Safe journey north to all our English friends coming to support the show, see some of you on Saturday at the weigh-in...5pm i think?..see everybody else on Sunday, if you can't get hold of Dougie or Tommy, most of you have got my number anyway...cheers!
Posted: 2008-10-23 17:02:53
All healed and ready to go cant wait, see you all sat ;)
Posted: 2008-10-23 17:45:40
Cheers Guy, yeah for those weighing in on Saturday (you know who you are) weigh in is 17:00 at The Griphouse, Glasgow.

Not long to go now folks, looks to be a cracking show and the venue is gorgeous, can't wait.

P.S I've got Michael Mageochan spelled correctly on the show programme and fight card... I think!
Posted: 2008-10-24 04:46:47
Good luck to everyone involved.

Posted: 2008-10-24 05:12:43
best of luck to jordan and all the fighters im sure it will be a good show, sorry cant be there im in thailand.
Christian Percival
Posted: 2008-10-24 07:58:02
All the best wi the show guys. See ya all sunday with Michael McGeochan
Posted: 2008-10-24 10:46:44
Good fight card, Good luck to all fighters. One question If you are fighting 5x3min rounds is it not supposed to be full thai rules (like stevie & craig )?.
If so, how is jc & jc doing 5x3min knees to head,stevie brown & Loz reilly doing 5x2min knees to head. that means the jc's get an extra min rest for the same 'B'class fight.
Posted: 2008-10-24 17:15:46
Poor Iain, I have been an offender of mispelling Mc Auley once or twice. Good luck to one and all,may the force be with you!!
liam badco
Posted: 2008-10-25 01:06:29
yeah there gettin an extra 30sec rest and also fightin an extra minute not allowed to judge anymore cos dougie said im no good and dont know anything and he hates me cos im from england so i stink of piss,,,,,,anyone wanna bet????
Posted: 2008-10-25 01:49:59
I'll have a bet that Craig Jose wins after a close fight
Posted: 2008-10-25 03:30:06
IMO there has been too much mixing of rules for bouts recently. lets keep it simple...jnr/ c class 5x1 1/2 min b class 5x2 min 1min rest a class 5x3 2min rest. if fighters want to progress to b class then it should be knees to head and a class ftr, cut out the crap in between. if your not ready to step up, then dont. will also save any confusion that may arise with refs and judges and will promoters and matchmaking easier.
Posted: 2008-10-25 03:35:12
IMO there has been too much mixing of rules for bouts recently. lets keep it simple...jnr/ c class 5x1 1/2 min b class 5x2 min 1min rest a class 5x3 2min rest. if fighters want to progress to b class then it should be knees to head and a class ftr, cut out the crap in between. if your not ready to step up, then dont. will also save any confusion that may arise with refs and judges and will make promoters lives and matchmaking that little bit easier. ( I really should have read that back first :0 )
Posted: 2008-10-25 03:37:52
Liam is spanish x
Posted: 2008-10-25 04:10:23
I'm going to break my own rule here and reply to an axer without a profile.

In rsponse to your opinion (which you are certainly entitled to), I feel I should explain the 5 x 3 min B class fight and I accept that this format while not exactly groundbreaking is somewhat unorthodox.

Both Jordan Calder & Jonno Chipchase actually asked to be matched A class, full thai rules. Both parties have been training for 5 x 3min rounds and where possible this is the way they both wish to fight now onward.
However, myself & Tommy Young (The Promoters) after some carefull consideration decided that WE were uncomfortable with Jordan (who is 15yr old and technically still a Junior) fighting with elbows. The potential for injury increases tenfold when elbows are in the mix and I don't think the sport would gain any good publicity from a fighter so young beingt cut or stopped etc from an elbow.
I can't stress enough how disappointed BOTH fighters were at the change of rules. Each camp would still prefer to fight 5 x 3's, so we went ahead with it.

Obviously Krab is a muay thai purist and can see no room for shades of grey.

I hope everyone else can see that a responsible decision (for the good of the sport) was made.

Anyway, chok dee all fighters.
Posted: 2008-10-25 04:10:23
I'm going to break my own rule here and reply to an axer without a profile.

In rsponse to your opinion (which you are certainly entitled to), I feel I should explain the 5 x 3 min B class fight and I accept that this format while not exactly groundbreaking is somewhat unorthodox.

Both Jordan Calder & Jonno Chipchase actually asked to be matched A class, full thai rules. Both parties have been training for 5 x 3min rounds and where possible this is the way they both wish to fight now onward.
However, myself & Tommy Young (The Promoters) after some carefull consideration decided that WE were uncomfortable with Jordan (who is 15yr old and technically still a Junior) fighting with elbows. The potential for injury increases tenfold when elbows are in the mix and I don't think the sport would gain any good publicity from a fighter so young beingt cut or stopped etc from an elbow.
I can't stress enough how disappointed BOTH fighters were at the change of rules. Each camp would still prefer to fight 5 x 3's, so we went ahead with it.

Obviously Krab is a muay thai purist and can see no room for shades of grey.

I hope everyone else can see that a responsible decision (for the good of the sport) was made.

Anyway, chok dee all fighters.
Posted: 2008-10-25 04:12:31
Doh, double post
liam badco
Posted: 2008-10-25 04:19:28
good post
Posted: 2008-10-25 07:04:32
wot about a full rules fight wth elbow pads just like theyve been doin in canada on xfc?
Posted: 2008-10-25 09:48:06
not an attack on anyone and maybe the shades of grey could be a topic for another thread. good luck with the show. see you there.
Posted: 2008-10-25 15:51:54
Weigh in went well folks, it was good to meet everyone.
Pictures to follow
Posted: 2008-10-25 15:56:45
Ewan Irvine (left) Alastair Rankin (Right)
Posted: 2008-10-25 15:59:44
Ewan Irvine (left) Alastair Rankin (Right)
Posted: 2008-10-25 16:00:25
Having trouble uploading pictures, try again
Posted: 2008-10-25 16:05:35
Posted: 2008-10-25 16:09:29
Posted: 2008-10-25 16:09:58
Ok I give in, sorry folks
Posted: 2008-10-25 16:28:10
C'mon Dougie, get them up.
Gary O'Brien STBA
Posted: 2008-10-25 16:41:33
Eileen, Dougie said that rumour about Dougie having trouble getting it up was a lie???

Just came on to check the Post Code for the venue, its G64 2PN incase anyone is interested.

Sorry to hijack, but anyone needing POS flyers, posters or tickets, come and see me at the ringside tomorrow.

Hope everything goes well for tomorrow guys, give me a shout it if you need me there earlier to lend a hand. Remember the clocks change!
Posted: 2008-10-25 16:46:32
lol Gary, and cheers for the postcode. Couldnt get it off their website. Ta much.
Posted: 2008-10-26 05:31:20
Good luck son x.
Posted: 2008-10-26 05:58:10
Dougie, dont you just love artificial technology!!
Posted: 2008-10-26 12:51:57
Liam's just text me well done Jordan massive knees in 5th round (points win i think?), Meikle beat Jose on points
Posted: 2008-10-26 13:46:39
howd Gordon Smith get on?
Alan i
Posted: 2008-10-26 13:59:26
Gordon won on points.
Posted: 2008-10-26 14:09:04
cheers, well done guys
Jay Woodham
Posted: 2008-10-26 14:29:37
Well dun meikle great win for u.
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Posted: 2008-10-26 15:05:44
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Peter Finnigen(finnie)
Posted: 2008-10-26 15:18:28
well done to jordan and stevie meikle respect finnie
Posted: 2008-10-26 17:10:25
well done Jordan, but also i hope Jonno enjoyed the fight, he's a good kid
Posted: 2008-10-26 19:08:07
Thanks Gaz ,
It was quite a close fight but he pulled it through in the last ,
i was TIRRREEDD in the last round or two and Jordan was coming on strong ,
he did have good knees ,
caught me in the temple with one in the last ,
i feel thats realy all that let me down to be fair.
the last round.
i have the video which ill try and get up here ,
was a good fight and hes a V.tough kid and the decision was fine.

fair play
Not sure what happend with Craig Jose's fight ,
id felt he won but thats always the way ,
hes a top guy,
im looking forward to seeing him in the contender ,

thankyou for your hospitality scotland :)
least he didnt have me in the first like some thought! ;) lol
Posted: 2008-10-26 19:16:22
Hi Jonno, all 3 judges had your fight scored the same 50-47. close and pretty much even going into the 4th which Jordan took and then had a massive 5th round, was agood fight to watch. Craig Jose mate i could tell by yout face you thought you had won the fight but again all 3 judges gave it the same, i was judging and will be 100% honest with you Stevie was just scoring really well, you never threw any body kicks, and the low kicks you landed where scoring but where taken away from you by say 5-6 or more clean strong body kicks and stevie controlled the clinch action, also had a massive 5th round to clinch the fight. Soz mate but thats how all 3 of us saw it, you didnt seem yourself though?

Dougie and Tommy was a wicked first crack at a show, some good little fights on well done guy's and to all the lads (and lasses demo) who fought on the show, a pleasure to be a judge on it, ta mate.
Sandy Holt
Posted: 2008-10-26 23:20:30
well done to all and fair play to fighters and judges explaning themselves too nice gesture
and just a quick question?
sorry as i dont know much about
stephen meikle?
whats his background?
fights and record?
trains with / who?
also mtking where the fighters from? and who they train with please?
as for those of us whom dont know? wont know ? lol
if ya get my drift?

and what about stephen meikle in U.k. contender then?
Sandy Holt
Posted: 2008-10-26 23:21:51
sorry 1 question answered :)
stephen trains with guy ramsey caledonian soz its on the first post lol doh me
Posted: 2008-10-27 00:17:41
Hi Sandy, Stevie trains with Guy as you know, always has done. He's had 19 fights, 17wins, 2 losses. Usual fighting weight is 67kg's but has fought heavier when needed like today. He just came back from a successful time in Thailand where he fought at Lumpinee and on Channel 7 both big wins. Been fighting for about 4 years now and is heading back to Thailand next week for a long stay at Fairtex where he now has full sponsorship. Thought he did really well tonight and showed some really good scoring techniques. Great display of muay thai to take the win against a very well respected opponent in Craig. Shame we're not gonna see him in the contender eliminators as I believe he has the potential to cause an upset there.

Well done to all the fighters and to Tommy and Dougie on their first show. Cheers for your hospitality boys but I'm slightly dissapointed in your lack of commitment in joining us for a few shandys after! ;-)

Look forward to the next one guys x
Posted: 2008-10-27 00:33:21
PS. Jonno, if the Meikle V Jose fight had been scored as a kickboxing fight then maybe Craig would have won but thankfully in the UK we are now scoring muay thai in the correct way and its how it should be! All the judges were neutral and experienced in muay thai scoring and I think when you watch the fight back you'll see that Stevie took the win convincingly. Full respect to Craig though as he made Stevie work hard for the win and its makes for an exciting rematch in the future.

Well done in your fight mate, you showed some good stuff there but you had a very tough opponent in Jordan who's looking better and better every time he gets in the ring!
Posted: 2008-10-27 03:56:26
Oh i no dave ,
im not cracking on the judges or anything.
and im not a qualified judge haha ,
just giving my opinion.

thanks Andy ,
i think maybe craig wasnt fully himself cause of his fight last week maybe?
and was my first 5X3s ,
that last round almost killed me ha ,
never mind with jordan trying to knee my head off aswell!

i agree , i thought Dougie and Tommy did a great great job

Posted: 2008-10-27 05:07:54
Hi guys,

Yeah i thought id won the fight throught good effective boxing, elbows and low kick, i also thought we were giving about even in the clinch. Wasnt body kicking as my shins were fragile from fighting the week before. I actually thought i was ahead by quite a way going into the 5th round so tried to easy off a bit. The body kicks steve was throwing were landing but i wasnt really effected by them (other than the 5th round) so i didnt think they were scoring too high.

At the end of the day the judges are there to make a decision and they did and i respect it, its a sport and you win and loose. It was a great fight for the audience and Well done to steve i really enjoyed the fight and look forward to doing it again. Plus its give me a kick up the backside for the contender in 4 weeks.

Thanks to dougie and tommy and all the scottish crew for there hospitality as usual.
Oh and well done to jordan for the win and jonno for putting on a great show. Great group of people and frankie had me in stitches.
Muaythai King
Posted: 2008-10-27 05:43:36
Sandy the fighters repective camps are mentioned earlier in the thread, couldn't be bothered relisting them.
liam badco
Posted: 2008-10-27 06:40:28
well done douglas was a mint show i really enjoyed it..think andy said it all on the Meikle Jose fight he knew what he was doing scoring wise and his balance and timing was excellent....craig had some good spells but as andy said he didnt seem his usuall explosive self but maybe that was down to stevie pressin on him alot?
Jordan and Jonno was a great fight Jono looked very sharp with his boxing and 1st 3 rounds were very close with Jonno lookin to punch and push jordan back and jordan although not workin as much scored some very strong kicks....4 and 5 Jordan came to life tho and that last round was amazing mate, well done.
Posted: 2008-10-27 06:45:05
Massive thanks to everyone who helped me for this fight, you know who you are. Huge thanks esp to Guy and Eddie for all the 100's of rounds of pad work and pushing me everyday in training for this fight. Also big thanks to Rab and Bobby at Base, your help was great guys, cheers. Fensom as well, thanks for all your help this weekend mate, was good to have you in my corner.

I thought i had done enough to win the fight yesterday as i was landing body kicks and then blocking most of the returnd low kicks. Even though Craigs boxing and low kicks were landing the werent off balancing me and knocking me back. I know Craig feels different and maybe his fight last week took a bit out of him. I hope we can get a rematch on somewhere down the line. Best of luck for the Contender mate!

I thought Jordan was outstanding yesterday, really impressive performance and never really let Jonno into the fight and finished convincingly with some massive knees in the 5th!

Thanks to Dougie and Tommy for having me on the show, cheers guys! :)
Gary O'Brien STBA
Posted: 2008-10-27 06:48:32
Well done to Dougie and Tommy, was a good show and I think everyone enjoyed the show!

I heard a couple of the supporters saying Craig and Stevie's fight was a fix (not the fighters or corners, I might add), I just wanted to say that I do my best to be as impartial as possible! In fact, I personally really like Craig and his team a lot, but that has got nothing to do with it, I just judged the fight as I saw it. Here is my take on the fight.

Muay Thai is often scored even over the first 2 rounds, but Craig started this fight very strong and took this 1st round 10-9. I think Craig got in Stevie's head in the 1st, as Stevie had no power in his shots and looked visible troubled. However, Criag seemed to take the foot of the gas a bit in the 2nd, he still edged the round but it was much more even. Stevie wasn't hurting Craig with any of his kicks here, but they were making the round more even and the clinch was close aswell! For me, this was the most important round in the fight, if Craig had kept the momentum going from the 1st, I think Stevie would have struggled to come back, but he didnt and Stevie got his confidence back. From round 3, Stevie started to throw his kicks with a little more power and particularly in the 4th and 5th, Craig wasn't returning the body kicks. I know Craig is too tough for is own good and probably wasn't hurt by the kicks, but they were still scoring. Stevie also edged the clinch and in the later rounds and in the 5th scored with some nice turns and and straight knee's. I actually scored the fight closer and gave it 49:48 I think, but thought Stevie played the Muay Thai game better. I thought it was a good fight and athough both fighters had different views of the fight, in the big picture both walked away unhurt and will have taken a lot from it, well done to both!

Have to say the best fight for me was Jonno and Jordan, amazing skills from these young lads and for me it was a very close fight, with Jordan just edging the 4th in the clinch and having a strong 5th with the clinch, but I didn't think it was beyond Jonno in the last round. Jonno started the fight with good punch and kick combo's with a strong 'Damien Trainor' style left hook to the body. But to Jordan's credit, he soaked up some strong shots and scored with body kick's and knee's and for me, the first few rounds fairly even. Jordan was definitly the more strong in the clinch and for me that was the big difference in the fight for me and as Andy said, Jordan had a very big 5th round and showed a lot of experience to take the decision. Both of these lads have great futures IMO!
Posted: 2008-10-27 08:05:28
This is gonna be a long one (but well written, lol)

Firstly, thanks everyone for all the positive feedback. I'm still buzzing and it seems to have been a successful show. I was inundated with congratulatory text messages last night and and although I didn't reply to them all, I appreciate greatly every one of them.

I'm really disappointed that a camp feel they were wronged with a decision, however, on a positive note every bout that went the distance returned a unanimous decision. As far as I'm concerned, that is a sign that the judges are all watching the same fight, looking for the same things and scoring to the same criteria.

Moreover, we intentionally appointed a Scottish judge (Gary O'Brien), an English judge (Liam Harrison / Andy Howson alternating) and a neutral judge (Mark DeLuca, USA). All four of these guys are accomplished fighters and qualified judges.

On the subject of the Meikle v Jose fight, again a unanimous decision returned in favour of Meikle.
My own opinion is an unqualified one. However, as Craig quite rightly said, he was busy with boxing and low kicks, once again though, it comes back to the principle (or my understanding of it atleast) that a low kick has to off-balance your opponent or show visible effect to score whereas a body kick scores regardless. Meikle landed the cleaner more frequent body kicks and while they seemed to be at a stalemate in terms of strength in the clinch, I think Meikle put in more knees (from memory).
I've seen the scorecards already but can't wait to see the dvd.

That aside, Tommy & I were really proud to have someone of Craig's calibre and profile on our first promotion. We took Craig and his old man out for dinner Saturday night and you can't meet nicer folk. We wish him every success for The Contender and I personally am tipping him to win it (fingers crossed).

On to the rest of the show, what a day for Caledonian Muay Thai and The Griphouse. Every fighter was up against it yesterday and we got a clean sweep. A brilliant day for the club (I'm sure Guy Ramsay is a proud man).

Some mentions in particular.
Dean Reilly (fought Adam Batley) is a mate and took that fight on a weeks notice to help us out, it was his first thai bout and after catching his opponent with a pretty good punch, he threw in another 11 or so just for good measure. Well done mate.

Adrian Wedolowski (fought Adam Little). Adrian had actually suffered an injury to his ribs and pulled out of the fight with Adam. We were frantically trying to find a replacement and with 6 days to go he decided "what the hell" and took it anyway. He was awesome and again this was his first Thai bout.

Jordan Calder was awesome. That was the best I've seen him fight. He really stepped up yesterday and he had too because we all knew Jonno was gonna be a tough, tough opponent. When I saw Jonno land his first body hook my heart stopped, that kid can bang. Jordan soaked them up, was calculated, composed, I thought it was close going into the fifth and then something posessed Jordan and he absolutely ran away with it. I think we have to stop call Jordan the Cobra, Cobra's don't have knees, lol.

Jonno, you're a cracking young fighter mate, with a bright future. Keep up the good stuff, it was nice to meet you, your Dad and Frankie.

Meikle, big step up mate. You were awesome. I've already covered this one so won't say too much but I'm sure you will have surprised, impressed and gained a lot of respect from everyone yesterday. Enjoy the win mate, you earned it. Best of luck for Thailand and will you stop bloody correcting my thai, you're always wrong anyway. (P.S Do you like Huey Lewis and the News?, Don't just look at it it!)

Main event. Gordon mate, you were awesome. Those kicks looked horrific and kudos to Kevin Cotrell who not only took them but kept coming back at you. That was a great fight to end the show on. I'm so glad you've got that belt.

Ok on to the thank you's
Firstly, Tommy young (my co-promoter) and Guy Ramsay, you guys made it happen. Tommy and Guy for the last couple of months have each had to endure atleast ten phone calls a day from me and between them they put the majority of bouts together. They also put together the best team of runners who on the day made the show run like clockwork. Thanks gents, it was a success.
The runners, Lyn, Bambam, Dip, Martin. You did a fantastic job guys.

There are too many others to mention because guaranteed I will forget someone however, Louise, Lyn, Paddy, Helen, helped a lot with the setup and I though that the room looked great and created a top atmosphere.

Finally Bobby & Eileen from Base Muay Thai, you guys have been so supportive from the beginning, offering help, advice, (gloves) etc. You've both been rocks and I appreciate it.

Roll on the next one, lol

Jordan Calder
Posted: 2008-10-27 10:31:33
Thanks to tommy and dougie for puting me on the show and to jonno for a good fight.
Would also like to say thanks to my dad for the pad holding and the hard traning thanks and also to davy mak and laim hrison for the cornering
adam hanuman
Posted: 2008-10-27 10:36:26
Just wanted to say a big thanks to everybody in the blue corner changing room who looked after me after my fight, obviously my coach Craig Willis, and fellow fighters Ian Robinson and Loz Reilly did a great job. But also wanted to say a big thanks to the guys from Sor Thanikul and Frankie Hudders for their kind words and help also.


Posted: 2008-10-27 10:47:23
Thanks Jordan , you too mate.
I deffinatly enjoyed the fight.
was good to speak to you afterwards aswell ,

I didnt see your fight Adam but i heard you were V.unlucky and just got caught cold ,
As Frank said mate , it happends.
i wish you better luck in your next fight ,
your whole camp seemed V. nice
Posted: 2008-10-27 10:57:17
I forgot to mention how exciting the Stevie Brown v Loz Reilly fight was.
That was toe to toe warfare and would make for a fantastic re-match.
I'm personally really happy for Stevie B to get the win, he's a lovely guy, a cracking fighter and I know he's suffered a bit of a lousy run of fights lately.

On the subject of that fight, both fighters arrived bang on time and bang on weight. Thanks guys for your professionalism.
Posted: 2008-10-27 11:04:51
no ones mentioned dougie's suit yet ?
haha mate you looked slick ;) ,
top job tho with the announcing and stuff ,

Iv got some pictures of the night im gonna put up ,
slightly embarrising one for Craig J ;) Haha

Posted: 2008-10-27 11:54:25
im sure its nothing worse than some ppl have put on facebook mate, there are some ridiculous pics of me around haha....
Posted: 2008-10-27 12:04:21
Would just like to say well done to everyone involved with this show it was ace. The promoters, fighter's and everyone else.

Big thank you to Jonno for coming up and fighting Jordan was a great fight. And also for taking the time after the fight to come over and sit and talk to Jordan, you said some really nice things to him Jonno so thank you I appreciate that. I am glad that you are getting praised on here you deserve that, it takes 2 to make a fight and most people thought it was the fight of the day. (Not my words, other peoples) so thanks.

Lastly to THE WEE MAN, don't know how you do it, I couldn't but you do. Have had loads of texts saying you must be proud........just a bit lol. You always do what I ask you to and never complain, well done son, soooooooo proud of you as always.
Posted: 2008-10-27 12:13:44
1 2 3...Awwwwwww

Tighten up your nappy Calder ya big baby, lol
Posted: 2008-10-27 12:50:45
Thanks Brian ,
You deffinatly must be proud.
I spoke to Jordan afterwards and stuff because iv never been a believer in that negative tension after a fight.
It should all be over , and i have respect for him.

ill have them pictures up later! ,
just going out soon ,

Oh and Dougie ,
how can we see the photos taken by the photographers ?
Posted: 2008-10-27 15:30:21
ali v ewan
Posted: 2008-10-27 15:32:08
hmmmm cant seem to get the pics to upload
Posted: 2008-10-27 15:40:50
Posted: 2008-10-27 19:29:53
Dyou need help dougie mate ? ,
if you do , email me

adam hanuman
Posted: 2008-10-28 06:57:33
cheers jonno,

Dont think i was unlucky, just got caught by a very strong puncher, after the 1st one hit i couldn't see!!LOL!! Could feel the rest of the punches hitting my head just couldnt see the lad, everything was a blur! Got a beauty black eye though!


guy caledonian
Posted: 2008-10-28 09:06:19
Can't express how immensely proud I am of everybody's hard work on sunday - The team at caledonian/ griphouse really came of age, in terms of fighters and support, onstage and backstage. We have tried really hard last year to improve our knowledge of how to win the sport of muay thai, but not losing sight of the fact that it is a fight ultimately. I think all our people showed this at the event - the cornering advice was sound, and the fighters responded to it. They could respond because they sweated, bled, and exhausted themselves in almost every session.
I would be apalled if people watching the fights thought that the decisions were rigged! We have always provided neutral judging at our events, in this case 1 english, 1 usa, 1 scot (from a different club / association). The Meikle /Jose fight was first class, was weird for me personally as I have great respect for Craig, and have come to reckon him as a friend in the Muay Thai world, but for this fight, had to see him only as Stevie's very dangerous opponent. I thought the fight came down to the last round, and I think Stevie tipped the balance to take a close win. Is there scope for a rematch in the future?, yeah, probably, although Stevie stepped up in weight for this one. I'm delighted for Gordon - originally a 120kg lazy b**tard from the southside, and now the welterweight champion of Scotland - not a dry eye in the house my friend! Apart from Jordan/ Jonno match being totally awesome, one of the best parts of the day was seing the two lads sitting, chatting watching the title fight after they had knocked seven bells out of each other, inspiring stuff. Thank you list is huge, know who you are, you rock. even dave fensom;-)
Posted: 2008-10-28 09:51:46
well done jordan, and all.. sounds a cracking show.
Darren EFC
Posted: 2008-10-28 10:52:04
unlucky jonno, glad your getting praised on here and that u give a good account of yourself down there. well in mate
Posted: 2008-10-28 13:27:28
Dougie, we would gladly help yous out again on the next Yous guys done real well for your first promotion. Some cracking fight on.
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