Lewis defends his world title at Hutton Moor

Lewis Mulhall.

Lewis Mulhall. - Credit: Archant

Weston kickboxer Lewis Mulhall, the current ISKA and WUMA world champion, is to defend his title at Hutton Moor.

TOTAL Full Contact (TFC) will be exploding into action on January 26 at Hutton Moor Sports Centre.

TFC was featured on Sky Premier Sports channel last year and has a great reputation as a fantastic night of all-out martial arts action.

Fighters from Weston’s number one kickboxing club, Warrior Gym, situated at Sweat FA, will be in action, including Weston’s current ISKA and WUMA world champion Lewis Mulhall.

Lewis is the only active and current world champion martial arts practitioner in Weston and has a string of excellent wins.

Lewis, the defending champion, will be representing the Weston Warriors kickboxing team and will face top class Welsh international Cia Copp. The Welsh team have asked for the fight and are hungry for the victory, so this will be an interesting battle and one not to be missed.

Also representing the club will be Zoe Hackwood, a strong female fighter and one to watch in the future. This will be Zoe’s first pro fight and represents the female contingent. Matt Dell is undefeated and will be looking to extend his winning run. Jake Kenny, Weston’s youngest full contact fighter, will be making his home debut.

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Two youngsters who are really looking forward to representing Weston Warriors in a demo bout is Clayton Penfold, aged seven and eight-year-old Tarik Benelghazi.

There will be top TFC pro (www.totalfullcontact.com) low kick action with Jimmy Regan and Bernie Mendieta, two first class Thai boxing champions, meeting for the TFC pro championship belt. Tickets are now on sale and available from the gym or any of the fighters.

The Weston Warriors have a junior and adult kickboxing team and also a successful amateur boxing club with over 20 carded fighters.

If you would like to train with the club, please visit www.sweatfa.com or call 01934 629199 for a free trial.

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