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Topic:Science Of 8 Promotions "the Next Generation"
Posted: 2016-04-19 18:03:34

Science Of 8 Promotions presents "The Next Generation"

Science Of 8 Promotions brings you our second show of the year on 7th August 2016. We are coming with a fresh new look and a great new venue in "The Venue In Edgbaston" I am only releasing the 3 main fights at the moment and they are some of the best match ups you will see anywhere in the country trust me.

First up we have our very own Dan McGowan (Team Tieu) Vs Bee Numponthep (Thailand) for the 53.5kgs ICO WORLD TITLE. Dan needs no introduction as we all know just how amazingly talented this young man is, and he just keeps going from strength to strength and never shy's away from a challenge and this is no exception, Dan comes into the fight with a record of 25 fights, 21 wins 4 losses and 1 draw, he is the current uk no:1 @ 53.5kgs English, British and 3x Junior World Champion. This is arguably Dan's toughest test to date when he faces Bee from the world famous Numponthep gym in Thailand. Bee at just 18yrs of age has already had 141 fights with 107 wins and is making a name for himself in both major stadiums Rajadamnern and Lumpinee and is unbeaten at Ch7 stadium. This fight alone is well worth the entrance fee and is a fight which will blow the roof off.

Posted: 2016-04-19 18:09:02

Next up we have Danny Harrison Little (Legions Gym, York) Vs Justin Greskiewicz (Stay Fly Muay Thai, USA) Danny H Little The handsome man of Muay Thai again has been making a name for himself over the last couple of years dispatching some of the higher ranked names in the UK and capturing the ICO British and European title's along the way, Danny is still only a baby in the sport and has already been in there with some of the uk's finest and is always trying to challenge himself and never backs down from a fight. This is by far and away his toughest challenge when he gets in the ring to take on Justin who himself has been in there with a who's who of Thai boxing, Justin has shared the ring with Malaipet Sasiprapa, Salah Khalifa, Mark DeLuca, Kevin Ross and our very own Liam "HITMAN" Harrison. This will be a war as Justin is know for always being in a tear up and a bit of a blood bath. This fight will be for the 66.6kgs ICO INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE.
Posted: 2016-04-19 18:14:11

And the 3rd top fight on the card will feature the young gun from Shin Kick Sam Gough trained by Jesse Saunders, Sam has been working his way up the rankings for a while now and is one to watch out for, currently ranked No:2 in the UK Sam has his eyes set firmly on the number 1 spot in the future. He is currently out in Thailand training hard and sharpening his tools ready for this fight. Sams opponent is Marcus Fisher from Pittsburgh Muay Thai/Khaay Muay Sit Kangmongkorn train by Stephen Strotmeyer is a beast of a man and has been in the ring with all the best the USA has to offer including Challenger series superstar Cyrus Washington and more, Marcus is coming into this fight off the back of his biggest win to date after taking the scalp of none other than the Dutch legend Marco Pique, this fight will be for the 77.5kgs ICO INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE.
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