All the lastest KO Gym news
A good night for the KO colours at Blood and Glory 4.
Charlene Scarborough, Mark Surge and Ashraf Uddin won their fight by unanimous decision and Richmond Annan won by TKO in the 2nd round delivering a kick to the liver! Upwards and onwards!
Well done to all the fighters who fought at our up and coming fighters show Raw Talent 2 and 3. They were top nights of C-Class Muay Thai professional fights and K1 style action. There were wins for South London, KO Lynch and Charlene for KO East amongst others.
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November 2nd 2014
Greg Wooton one a resounding victory at the Enfusion series to win the Enfusion World Title. Already WMC World Champion in Muay Thai this is Greg's first premier K1 style title and puts him on the World stage in K1.
Greg bossed every round scoring with head kicks, knees and throws to take the fight by unaminous decision.
Well done Greg!
KO performed well at the Ringmasters quasi-amateur/pro event on Saturday. Fighters from KO North, KO East, KO South, KO West and KO Pumped all attended the event.
Special mention to Leon (KO East retained title), Joe Himsworth (KO Pumped), and Kerone (KO South) who came back with the belts. Bjorn (KO North) and Clare (KO East) got to the semi-final and there were a host of other good performances from the KO fighters even if the results were sometime puzzling.
Well done everyone and especially the cross gym team work shown by all.
Greg Wooton won again in Sheffield against world class K1 style opposition. Greg dominated every round to take the decision. Well done Greg.
Bjorn also won by knockout in the first round against a tough opponent in Walsall. Well done Bjorn.
Wins for Ant TKO first round, Joe won by decision, and Theo won his MMA bout for KO Gym at UCMMA. Special mention to Arnold Oboratov over at KO Bloodline who by all accounts dominated his fight in France but did not get the decision, proving the old rule you got to knock them out in their own backyard.
Quote by Ant Fergusson "So proud of my students Joe Himsworth and Jamie Rayner joe was dominant throughout the 3 rounds and landed with everything. Jamie landed some hard body kicks before injuring his knee. Gutted for him but it happens he will be back he is young and talented!! Was so hard watching and not being in the corner but like I said you did us and the gym proud !!!!!!".