Brooklyn retains his title

Brooklyn Chamberlain (9) is the World United Martial Arts Federation champion for the fifth time.

NINE-year-old Brooklyn Chamberlain became WUMA (World United Martial Arts Federation) champion for the fifth year in a row.

The Weston Warrior, based at Sweat.FA, beat off stiff competition to become champion. He followed this up by winning the ISKA South West area title.

Brooklyn will be fighting in the World Championships in Greece soon in a bid to become world champion.

Junior kickboxing lessons are held at Sweat.FA from 5.30-6.15pm (5-7 years) 6.15-7.00pm (7-12 years) on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please call 01934 629199 or e-mail info@sweatfa.com for details on all classes held at the club.


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