We Need your help
November 24, 2022
The hottest ticket in town has already become the Champions Fight League in Belfast that takes place in the new state of the art ProKick gym. Here, an array of kickboxing talent is on display on a monthly basis. Competitors from Switzerland, Sweden, Holland, Germany, Cyprus and Scotland have all travelled to Belfast since September 2022 to take part in these world class fight shows. Our very own talent is on display with Jay Snoddon (Dundonald) becoming WKN Featherweight European Champion at the inaugural show and newly crowned WKN Light Middleweight European Champion, James Braniff made his long awaited return to the ring on October 30th in front of his home fans, before going to Belgium and taking the WKN European title. Grace Goody is also scheduled to make a return.
Hosting shows of this calibre and global reach comes at a cost. We will continue with another Christmas cracker of a show on Sunday 11th December where Jay will defend his European title against ISKA German Champion, Richard Homer, who recently picked up a bronze medal at the WAKO European Championships. If successful, it is hoped that the WKN will sanction Jay a World Title shot in the spring of 2023…at the home of champions, ProKick. These are the standard of fights we want to bring to fight fans here in Northern Ireland but we need your help.
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. All title fights also have their own sanctioning fee.
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 email@example.com with Sponsorship in the subject of the email.
Tickets are now available from the ProKick Gym reception priced £20 or send £20 to PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org and collect your tickets at reception