Tuesday, 08 March 2011 06:19
We are into the final week and "Prizefighters" is pretty much sold out!
There are a few tickets floating about with fighters so if you still need one, get it now. There is unlikely to be any tickets on the door as most of the away fighters have also sold their quota and there are more requests coming in by the hour.
The £30 stage seats are totally Sold Out with absolutely no space for additions.
There have been the usual chages to the fight card but the good news is, everyone is matched at this point and there are some fantastic clashes in prospect.
With too many to name, why not check out the rest of the news for more in-depth information of go straight to the fightcard.
There are a few pics missing due to late matches. We will attempt to get these before fight time.
It's good to be back. We promise you an action packed value for money evening followed by the confirmation of several more dates for the next 6 months.
If you still require tickets call: (01202) 294223 RIGHT NOW!
Tuesday, 08 March 2011 06:07
Henri Johnson's scheduled opponent for "Prizefighters" has changed. He was originally matched with Greg Reeves who has recieved a training injury. He has been replaced by John Woods, another House Of Pain fighter who has stepped in at late notice to accomodate.
Johnson is a stylish mover, Woods loves to fight. In many ways this bout could be better than the original match up!
Tuesday, 08 March 2011 05:23
Scott Gannon & Greg Howe are both highly experienced fighters who have been out of action for several years. They are each multiple title holders under Kick & Thai Boxing rules but now fancy the Boxing stage. So the match has been made.
Gannon is an awkward prospect who can choose to move or stand and trade, and he does hit. Howe on the other hand is a stylish pressure fighter who will be in Gannons face from the opening bell.
It's a nice match up and one that should show us what both men still have left in the tank.
Tuesday, 08 March 2011 04:38
Shaun King is another fighter who has had several contests fall through, but he is now confirmed against Joe Co Co.
King is now fighting at a heavier weight and under White Collar Boxing rules against an experienced and fit Co Co. This will be an all action encounter with both men unable to take a step backwards at any time. It will also show us how Sean King reacts following a long lay off, and if he is ready to move forward in 2011 with his Kickboxing career.
Tuesday, 08 March 2011 04:32
Adam Slater is without doubt the bogey fighter for thie event, with yet another opponent lost and replaced.
In what we hope will be the final anouncement, he now faces local fighter Steve Brazier under K1 rules.
Absolute Adrenaline are grateful to the House Of Pain Gym for coming up with this alternative. Brazier is less experienced but very fit and keen. This should make for great entertainment over 3 rounds.
Monday, 28 February 2011 08:28
It's just under two weeks until Absolute Adrenaline "Prizefighters" and we have a stacked 18 fight card for you.
Our intention was to cap the bill at around 15 contests but the options were so good we just had to sneak a few extras in.
The recent addition of Sawar Hamid V Mike Brent - a clash of champions will bring a stylish flavour to the event and the controversy of Jimmy Miller V Aidan McLaughlin will also spice up the evening.
If you have read the other scheduled contest details you will know that there is a reason to watch every single one of them and with most at 3 rounds it will be action all the way.
MMA, KBX, Muay Thai, K1 & Boxing all feature on the card.
For those who wanted VIP Stage Seats - Sorry, you've missed them as they SOLD OUT at the back end of last week.
The remaining Standard tickets are now all that remain ( priced £25) and with an absolute maximum of 50 left, NOW is the time to make the call and reserve yours:
TICKET HOTLINE: (01202) 294223
Monday, 28 February 2011 08:12
Adam Slater's original opponent Aerom Ormes has suffered a KO defeat in his latest contest, ruling him out via medical suspension from "Prizefighters".
However, plan B has taken effect and he will now face Tom Ward under K1 rules. Ward trains in all styles so was happy to take this contest at a couple of weeks notice against the popular Bournemouth fighter.
This is Slater's debut under K1 rules having fought Boxing and Kickboxing previously and we are looking forward toseeing what both men have to offer!
Monday, 28 February 2011 07:55
Bournemouth's Alex Fowler (left) makes his debut on "Prizefighters" against fellow novice James Hill.
Nothing much is known about either of these fighters but both come from good camps, with class coaches ( Dave Hyde & Ashley Gettings).
The rules are Kickboxing and we should expect 100% from both men from the opening bell.
Monday, 28 February 2011 07:39
Sam Boo has been forced to withdraw from his match up with Aidan McLaughlin on "Prizefighters", but his slot has been filled by team mate Jimmy Miller.
Miller is a flamboyant and sometimes controversial character who wil certainly bring some flavour to the proceedings and McLaughlin will be looking forward to the opportunity. Both men can punch, with Miller being a former Boxer and McLaughlin a Thai Boxer.
You would have to pick McLaughlin on the floor but if they are tempted to trade, it is Miller with the edge.
A nice replacement match up to an already stacked card!