Fight Results ProKick Back in London
Sunday 30th September 2012
Holiday Inn, Manor lane, Maidenhead London.
Stuart Jess was crowned the New British Full-Contact champion after winning in the 2nd round by TKO against Jamie Bays. The Saintfield man forced the Ref to give Bays three standing counts over 2 rounds before stopping the fight 1.45 in the 2nd round.
Karl mcBlain wins with a first round KO against Sam Ward. Ward a British champion is a much fancied fighter in Britain. He is expected to do great things in the sport of Kickboxing. But after the performance Belfast's Karl McBlain displayed. All focus should be directed at the former dancer now fighter, McBain. The east Belfast man took just 1.30 of the first round to show why he is one of the most exciting new talents in the world of kickboxing. The first right hand floored the London fighter for a count of eight and then seconds later the same punch sent Ward to the canvas for a second time. The referee call the doctor in to check on Ward, the Fight was stopped. Ward suffered a real bad nose inquiry from the two right hands from McBlian.
Johnny Smith fought to a stand-still over 3 rounds, judges declared it a draw. Ringsiders thought the Belfast lad was a clear winner! More on this match later.
Smith Vs Bernhauser - Smith knocked his opponent down in the opening seconds of round No.1 but Shane Bernhauser wasn't given a count, referee Mr Fowls said no knock down. First two rounds Smith was the aggressor going forward and landing a wide variety of technique. In the 3rd Smith took his foot of the gas pedal allowing Bernhauser to dictate the last round - however in the closing seconds of the final round Smith put the pressure on once again forcing and keeping Shane in a neutral corner until the final bell. Smith was confident he'd done enough to have the nod from the judges. Top MC Mr Martin read out that so for, this bout was the fight of the day and saying that the judges had it a draw. It went a judge each and the third judge give it a draw. Well done both boys.
Debutant Bryan McMahon was on the wrong side of the judges as he lost on points in the light heavyweight division. First time fight for our Bryan, and there is one thing for sure Bryan has a good chin, it was well tested in London. The Belfast man said I can't wait until the next one, I will train harder and will put on a better performance next time. Thanks you ProKick and Mr Cox for the opportunity to fight in London
All and all a good day, well spent on a Snday afternoon in London.
Big thanks to the Cox duo Marty Sen & Jr - tough show for the Father & Son Cox - they had loads of people droping out - but they pulled it off and put on a super Sunday afternoon show. Well done you two and thanks for looking after us as normal.
Fight photos up-loaded today -
Wednesday 3rd October
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