Dynamic Trio are Back
November 30, 2022
The Dynamic trio are back in action at the ‘Champions Fight League’ No.3 on Sunday 11th December at ProKick’s New Fight Venue. The three, Jay, James and Grace haven’t shared the ring since March 2020 in Tokyo at the K1 All-Japan championships. Back then, Grace walked away with the All-Japan title, James took runner-up in the final and Jay redeemed himself with a great win in a non-title fight after a loss just three months earlier. Come join us and see our three ProKick Samurai’s as they take on three individual European challenges from Germany, Belgium and France as they go through the ropes at #CFL3
Here's three of the key matches for our first KICKmas event in our new Fight-Venue at ProKick
WKN European K1 Championship 60.1kg 5x2 mins
Jay Snoddon (Champion) Vs Richard Homer (German Champion)
WKN K1-Rules Match 60Kg over 3x2 mins
Grace Goody (N,Ierland) Vs Sarah Piccirillo (Belgium)
WKN K1-Rules Match 73kg over 3x2 mins
James Braniff (N,Ierland) Vs Rubik Aslanyan (France)
Other ProKick fighter are being negotiated to appear on the Bill
Tickets are now available from the ProKick Gym reception priced £20 or send £20 to PayPal to email@example.com and collect your tickets at reception
The Champions Fight League started on September 25th 2022 this year and so far we have brought Competitors from Switzerland, Sweden, Holland, Germany, Cyprus, Scotland and the south of Ireland.
These are the standard of fights we want to bring to fight fans here at ProKick and for Northern Ireland.
Bringing top class fighters from across Europe and the world all adds up. We need your help and sponsorship to continue to promote these shows. There are flight and accommodation costs for all fighters and coaches along with food and travel when here.
If you or your business would like to sponsor a fighter, a bout, or invest in the world class talent we have coming through, please get in touch with Billy Murray at firstname.lastname@example.org with Sponsorship in the subject of the email.
Thanks for all the help so far with sponsorship raised to-date