Fantastic results for new fighters

PUBLISHED: 10:18 09 July 2015 | UPDATED: 10:18 09 July 2015

Dynamite Gym.

Dynamite Gym.

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Dynamite Gym held the combination of the total boxing challenge and night of champions 4 martial arts and boxing event at Hutton Moor with some fantastic results for the club.

DYNAMITE Gym held the combination of the total boxing challenge and night of champions 4 martial arts and boxing event at Hutton Moor with some fantastic results for the club.

Trainer and owner Stuart Davies had no less than nine fighters from his new founded club situated at Swet Fitness Scademy in Sunnyside Road North.

Stuart is no stranger to running a successful gym and has over 35 years in the martial arts, producing more adult and junior champions in full contact, points and semi-contact, contact sports than any other trainer in the area.

He has run the white-collar total boxing challenge for the past 12 weeks to get people ready for there fight experience.

Dave Pearce was first into the ring and had a hard-fought battle over three rounds to win a majority decision. Aaron McKee gave a great account of himself and was unlucky to get a split decision points loss in his first-ever fight.

Harry Dyer had the battle of the evening, a war from start to finish and won a points decision. Jimmy Lee lost on points, but also had a great fight. Rob Dray, aged 45, stopped his opponent in the first round with a barrage of punches. He had never set foot into a fighting gym and enjoyed the experience from start to finish.

Kevin Brier got caught with a big shot early in the first round and could not recover. Harvey Steele had a battle in all three rounds, but came out on top with some great work to win a unanimous decision.

Sean Allsopp was also unlucky in his bout losing out on points. Area champion Shaun Lambert was unable to compete due to an injury. Gary Bettle represented Dynamite Gym after a three year break. He convincingly won the fight and looked in great form.

Stuart said: “Dynamite Gym won the boxing challenge 4-3 and the guys have had a life changing experience over the past 12 weeks, I’m so proud of them and what they have achieved in such a short period is great and I’m looking forward to season two which starts in September, its open to anyone and all they need to do is get in touch.”

Dynamite Gym train on Mondays and Wednesdays at 6pm. Women only boxing fitness class at 7pm and a mixed boxing class, with the first session free, open to any level.

New class timetable start in September including karate/kickboxing, krav maga, boxing, MMA and much more. Dynamite Gym guarantees to improve your boxing and kickboxing skills whatever your level. Please view www.wama.co.uk or call 01934 414183.

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