fans in Northern Ireland – were not disappointed by
the second part of a unique kickboxing event in Belfast today
(Saturday 24th) .
The Evening show which was part two of the double whammy show
that took place at the Park Avenue
Here's the results in brief:
WKN British light-Welterweight match 4x2
Stuart Jess (Dromore-NI) Winner on points
Vs Barinder Singh (English - Champion)
WKN British Super-Cruiserweight 4x2 -
Peter Rusk (Carrickfergus Champion) Vs David Ford Winner
4th round (Scotland )
British WKN Middleweight Low leg kick title 4x2
Mark Hennessy (Belfast) Winner 2nd round
KKO Vs Jackie Byrnie (Scotland)
WKN Celtic Super-Welterweight title 4x2
Ian Young (Belfast) Winner on points
Vs Steve Peatrie (Dundee champion)
WKN Prestige Light-Middleweight Full-Contact 4x2
Andrew Grimason (Belfast) Winner points
Vs Alan Thomas (Aberdeen)
WKN British Bantamweight title 7x2
Alexander White Vs Aubrey Tarr (Belfast) (Champion)
Alexander failed to make the weight and was stripped of the
title, Tarr is now the intrim British champion however his
first defence will have to be against White.
WKN British Super Heavyweight title 4x2
Martin Connolly (Carrickfergus) Vs Steve Bonner (Aberdeen
Connolly failed medical
This was to be a British title defence for the Aberdeen
fighter. Unfortunately the Prokick fighter Martin Connolly
failed the pre fight medical.
The WKN have asked all regional promoters to intensify the
pre fight medical to bring them to the highest standard is
safety for the fighters is paramount.
One other fighter on the day show who also failed the pre
fight medical in a non title bout - John Miskelly from Steel
'It was a gladiatorial clash
of the newest fighters around and all the greats'.