Lewis earns English title

THE recent fightclub event held at Hutton Moor Sports Centre was a great success with fighters competing from all over the country.

THE recent fightclub event held at Hutton Moor Sports Centre was a great success with fighters competing from all over the country.

Two Weston fighters were lined up for international sport kickboxing association titles. Lewis Mulhall of Weston Warriors from Sweat.FA Weston, faced Kieren Lomax, a highly ranked fighter from USKA Birmingham and ranked number one in the country at his weight.

Lewis entered the ring on a winning streak of six fights and was ready to take on the more experienced Lomax. The fight was five rounds of pure class from Mulhall. He outpointed Lomax to win the English Cadet title.

Next up was Adam Kellaway, also from Weston Warriors. Adam was back to face reigning champion Steven Smith for a rematch. Adam controlled the fight and looked the stronger in the punching power.


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The contest also went the five rounds and Adam was named the winner and new ISKA South West Area champion.

The rest of the fights on the bill were awesome and the European title between Katie Sendall and Sonya Wood was a match that won’t be forgotten in a hurry.

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Weston Warriors had a 100 per cent win on the night and coach Stuart Davies was delighted with his fighters. Paul Hill headed up the corner and warmed the fighters up and was instrumental in getting both fighters ready.

The Weston Warrior Kickboxing Club is renowned at producing top class champions, but also promotes the non-contact fitness only side of kickboxing.

The gym offers a free lesson in kickboxing or boxing and there are black belts at the club that have never fought and the club allows everyone to train in a friendly atmosphere.

For full details visit www.sweatfa.com or call 01934 629199.

n Left to right: Stuart Davies, Lewis Mulhall, Adam Kellaway and Paul Hill.

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