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Joining the party for MTGP presents Lion Fight 39 are: Daniel Terry, Sam Algiers, Amro Ghanem and Lawrence Brown

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Our 2nd set of fighters confirmed for MTGP presents Lion Fight 39 on November 18th are: Daniel Terry alongside new rising stars Sam Algiers, Amro Ghanem and Lawrence ‘Get Down’ Brown.

FTR – Daniel Terry (UK) V Miguel Martinez (Spain) *international bout*

This fight is under full Thai rules in the 61kg weight class. A very exciting match that sees Team Tieu’s Daniel Terry go up against Miguel Martinez fighting out of team Martinez Guerrero.

Terry is known for putting on a show and is not afraid to trade any of the 8 limbs used in Muay Thai to do just that. He is looking to show exactly why he is one of the toughest 61kg fighters on the UK circuit.

Facing him is Spanish fighter Miguel Martinez. He won’t be travelling over here to make up the numbers and would love nothing better than to silence the London crowd by defeating the Team Tieu fighter.

Who will come away with the win in what is going to be an explosive and engaging fight? Be there on November 18th to see.

Leading up to this great bout is three of our rising stars in tough tests.

C-Class – Amro Ghanem V Sean Baxtor *MTGP debut for Ghanem*

C-Class – Sam Algiers V Nial Durkan *2 and 0 at the MTGP, aiming for 3rd win inside Indigo O2*

Lawrence Brown V Gary Lenton *MTGP debut for Brown*

#teamtieu out in force for this one!
Grab your tickets for the Indigo O2 from any of these fighters or click on www.axs.com for tickets

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Team Tieu’s Daniel Terry v Miguel Martinez at MTGP pres. Lion fight 39 in London

This fight is under full Thai rules in the 61kg weight class. A very exciting match that sees Team Tieu’s Daniel Terry go up against Miguel Martinez fighting out of team Martinez Guerrero.

Terry is known for putting on a show and is not afraid to trade any of the 8 limbs used in Muay Thai to do just that. He is looking to show exactly why he is one of the best 61kg fighters on the uk circuit.

Facing him is Spanish fighter Miguel Martinez. He won’t be travelling over here to make up the numbers and would love nothing better than to silence the London crowd by beating the Team Tieu fighter.

Who will come away with the win in what is going to be an explosive and engaging fight? Be there on November 18th to see.

Tickets available at:

https://www.axs.com/events/342910/muay-thai-grand-prix-11-ft-lion-fight-39-tickets

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Pham, Li and Hoang all in action on Nov 18th at Lion Fight 39!

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Team Tieu’s Michael Pham, Ryan Li and Thai Hoang are all set to compete on MTGP’s biggest event to date featuring Lion Fight 39 in London. The date is Saturday November 18th at London’s Indigo O2 arena and the card is huge! Be sure not to miss London’s biggest Muay Thai event end of the year. 

The following three bouts are part of a heavy presence from the London Tieu camp, and these crowd pleasers face well matched opposition in front of them. 

Michael Pham V John Scott

A great clash for the fans as Team Tieu’s Michael Pham makes his return to the ring for the first time since defeating Shane O’Neill for the ISKA European title.

Pham once again faces Irish opposition in John Scott out of Origins gym in Dublin. If Pham’s last fight vs O’Neill is anything to go by we are in for a treat.

Both fighters are well matched and have healthy records going into the fight on November 18th. Will Scott show the tough resilience that the Irish are known for and get a victory in his first MTGP appearance or will fan favourite Pham continue his excellent run of form and come away with the win his first fight back since lay off?

Ryan Li V Liam McKendry

This world title fight is between the UK #2 ranked fighter and UK #3 ranked fighter with the winner facing UK #1 Dan Edwards in the new year.

Ryan The Lion Li fighting out of Team Tieu gym is a very exciting fighter who always brings his A game. He has put on some great displays at previous MTGP shows. The tall and rangy fighter will be looking to put on yet another high class performance on November 18th.

Facing him is young fighter Liam McKendry. He fights out of the MMAG gym in Scotland and has a very experienced career for a man of only 23 years having spent a lot of time in Thailand training and competing. He will be looking to show the London crowd what he’s made of and is willing to do everything in his power to take this MTGP belt.

Will Li continue to be the fan favourite and become the new MTGP World Champion or will McKendry get a big win and put his name in the hat for some top showdowns?

Thai Hoang V Shaquille Davies

This match up will be fought under B Class Muay Thai rules. Team Tieu’s Thai Hoang will be looking for a big win on one of the worlds top Muay Thai promotions. He is a very technical fighter and has 9 wins to his name.

Shaquille Davies of the Jackapong gym is another young and hungry fighter looking to stamp his mark at Lion Fight/MTGP. With only one additional win to his opponent, this contest is very much evenly matched.

These two young men are both in this to win and would like to do so in impressive fashion. Make sure you are there to witness it!

Tickets available at:

https://www.axs.com/events/342910/muay-thai-grand-prix-11-ft-lion-fight-39-tickets

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Jose Varela V Keith McLachlan set for Lion Fight 39

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It’s been a long time coming for this much anticipated yet inevitable rematch between two veterans of the sport. Scotland’s very own and UK number 1 in the -59kg division Keith ‘The Fighting Celt’ McLachlan fighting out of Griphouse Gym in Glasgow, faces off against the Portuguese born UK number 3 Jose ‘The Pitbull’ Varela fighting of Team Tieu Gym in London.

This fight is bound to be a cracker with Keith being a WBC International Champion and IMF World Champion, whilst Varela recently won the MTGP -59kg World Title against a veteran Thai, Rung Kharnparn who has over 260 fights.

Keith, although known for his aggressive style fought off the back foot winning their first battle at The O2 in 2012. Can he make it 2-0, retain his number 1 spot, or will Jose who brings a very slick yet technically aggressive style steal the number 1 spot from Keith, cementing himself as the best in the UK at -59kg and make it two out of two against fighters from Griphouse!

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One LDN has now officially opened at Tower Hill

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Corner of 66 Prescot Street and St Marks Street, London E1 8HG

DIRECTIONS

Tower Hill Station – 5 min walk
Aldgate East Station – 5 min walk
London Fenchurch Street Station – 7 min walk

DETAILS

Opening Hours:
Weekdays: 06:30-21:30
Weekends: 09:00-13:00
Bank Holidays: 06:30-21:30

THE ULTIMATE CARDIO WORKOUT.

ONE LDN Muay Thai and Boxing studio brings the authenticity of Thailand fight scene to London. ONE LDN has worked tirelessly with professional fighters to bring you the ultimate workout. These classes will embody what it means to be fighting fit. Coaches will guide you through fight technique and blend it with a fun, inclusive, high intensity and sweat filled fight conditioning class.
 Participants will experience a frantic high intensity session with minimal rest.
Muay Thai and Boxing is open to all levels, and can be used to fulfil a range of fitness goals. This class is ideal for anyone looking for some intense cardio and mental focus.

Your fastest way to six pack!

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UK V Italy at MTGP7!

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UK V ITALY

April 1st 2017 @ MTGP7

Indigo O2, London, UK

World MTGP Super-Lightweight Title
Carlton Lieu (UK) V Giorgio Leonardi (Italy)

Welterweight FTR Bout
Charlie Peters (UK) V Alessio D’Angelo (Italy)

KGP / ISKA Intercontinental Bout 65KG
Rory Crawford (UK) V Stefano Simeoni (Italy)

3 household names with MTGP represent the UK against 3 of Italy’s finest stars which includes a main event showdown for the inaugural MTGP World Title Super-Lightweight Title.

Carlton Lieu (2-0 at MTGP) defeated Asa Ten Pow in his last bout at MTGP6 and has the chance to reach the top of the pile in his division. Lieu wishes to make it 3 out of 3 at the MTGP against the dangerous Giorgio Leonardi who stands in his way for the 63.5KG super-lightweight title.

After a great year for Charlie Peters (4-0 at MTGP) winning 7 of his 9 bouts, Charlie would love to continue in the same vein in year 2017 ahead of his anticipated summer bout with UK no.1 Liam Harrison. It’s Peters against the dynamic Alessio D’Angelo in a non title 66.6KG bout.

Rory Crawford (3-1 at MTGP) has been on fire from his last 3 bouts against tough opposition and one of Kent’s favourites finds himself a tough test pitted against Steffano Simeoni. The first KGP high profile bout (at 65KG) announced for 2017.

3 of the south east’s leading gyms Team Tieu and Double K combine for the first of our international team series. UK v Italy!

Other main card bouts just announced for MTGP7 are as follows:

Ryan Li V Leon Jason in a FTR 80KG Bout

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Marley Zwanenberg V Nick Samways in a FTR 76KG Bout

2 domestic heavy clashes under Full Thai Rules!

MTGP7 tickets available mid January from www.axs.com

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Team Tieu’s Michael Pham takes on Shane O’Neill at MTGP7 in April!

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Ireland’s Shane O’Neill takes on UK’s Michael Pham at MTGP7 inside London’s Indigo O2 on April 1st 2017.

Team Tieu’s Michael Pham is (3-0) at the MTGP and is this time matched up against Cork’s highly rated dangerman Shane O’Neill.

The bout is a Full Thai Rules intercontinental contest at 67KG sanctioned by the ISKA.

We look forward to this bout which is part of many on an explosive card in April.

Tickets are soon on sale at www.axs.com

 

Michael’s last bout at MTGP:

 

 

 

 

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Gago Drago will be at the MTGP6 to present trophy!

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The living legend Gago Drago an Armenian-Dutch welterweight kick boxer will be presenting a trophy on October 15th at the MTGP 6 in London.

Drago is loved by fans of his very aggressive style, always moving forward and pressuring his opponents. From 2002 to February 2006 he went four years unbeaten. Faldir Chahbari was the fighter who stopped his winning streak during a WFCA-event in Holland on February 5, 2006.

Drago is loved by fans of his very aggressive style, always moving forward and pressuring his opponents. From 2002 to February 2006 he went four years unbeaten. Faldir Chahbari was the fighter who stopped his winning streak during a WFCA-event in Holland on February 5, 2006.

On April 5, 2006 Gago made his debut at the K-1 World MAX 2006 World Tournament Open. In the final eliminations he fough against Danish Ole Laursen. After a nervous start Drago gave his opponent a standing 8-count in the second round and took the three round unanimous decision, placing himself among the top 8 fighters in the K-1 MAX division.

On May 13, 2006 he fought a Superfight against Ray Staring at the K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in Amsterdam. He lost the fight on points.

Almost two months later on the June 30, 2006 Drago fought on his first K-1 World MAX Finals. In the first round he landed a knee on 2002 K-1 World MAX Champion Albert Kraus and gave him an eight-count. That was enough to earn the point-victory and advance to the semi-finals against Buakaw Por. Pramuk. Gago got knocked down in the second round and that ended the night for the young debutant. His opponent Buakaw Por. Pramuk went on to win the World MAX Title.

On October 3, 2007 at the K-1 World MAX 2007 World Championship Final, Gago Drago fought the 2005 K-1 World Max Champion Andy Souwer in the tournament quarter finals and was defeated by right hook KO.

Drago later entered the 2010 Enfusion Kickboxing Tournament. Drago made his way to the finals, where he fought highly regarded Muay Thai fighter Pajonsuk. Drago won the bout by unanimous decision, handing the Thai his first loss in over two years and becoming the 2010 Enfusion Kickboxing Tournament Champion.

We look forward to having Gago Drago at the MTGP on 15.10.2016

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