re:Eurofight Xtreme FC - October 17th,Glasgow
Updated fight card as it stands;
Paul mcVeigh v Chris David
James doolan v TBC
Fred Fernandez v Kevin macalonan
John quinn v Tom Egan
James Mair v Arni Isakkson
John cullen v Sergei Greicicho
Steven mcCombe v Artemij Sitenkov
Mark connor v Peter wilson
Joe Nugent v Matt Inman
James jarvie v taisumov mairbek
(Scotland). (Austria/Czech rep)
Andy hillhouse v TBC
Bobby mcVitie v Alexander Proder
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That is an amazingly stacked card mate !!!
You got the new poster yet
Is Doolan fighting at 61kg
think james will be at 61 kainer
Paul mcVeigh v Chris David - Europe's best BW goes against an EXC and KOTC veteran with an impressive record and crazy video interview skills to match
James doolan v TBC - Doolan don't do boring fights and has amazing striking and has fought in Japan too
Fred Fernandez v Kevin macalonan - Freddy came in on 48 hours notice against a heavier guy in the M-1 Challenge and despite carrying injuries looked awesome and was so close to putting a decent level DEEP fighter away with some lighting quick strikes. Despite his record Freddie is tough and can mix it in many styles. Whilst McAlanon is tough and was seconds away from choking out "Denzil" before losing in his title bout. I've seen him put people away slickly in submissions and can batte it out standing too. He should be huge at the weight too and a tough fight for most players in the European game
John quinn v Tom Egan - Only heard great things about Quinn, he has a 6-0 pro record (?) and would have the world raving about him if he lived in the NE or in the 'pool. Whilst Egan is a UFC vet and has a lot to prove after his experience in the big show. Training with the likes of JK means he's only going to improve (and maybe if he wins he'll fight Jimmy Wallhead j/k )
James Mair v Arni Isakkson Two guys who are under the rader in many ways, i know James has a top record and if this is at Welterweight it should be a WAR. Arni Isakksson won an 8 man CWFC Welterweight tourney 3 years ago being Dennis SIver in the final. He's strong, powerful and posses some awesome striking and although he has had time out, i think if he can return to form he will be a top 10 European WW.
John cullen v Sergei Greicicho Greicicho has a KO win over the former Shooto World Champion Masahiro Oishi ...enough said ! Cullen has a good record too and this will be his toughest test by far
Steven mcCombe v Artemij Sitenkov - Sitenkov is a top 5 ranked Bantamweight in Europe and holds 2 wins over David Lejnes (the European Shooto 65kg champ) and has mixed it in there with some top guys too. McCombe has fought Ronnie Mann, McVeigh and Leigh Remedios, is huge at the weight and is really tough too and is well versed in the game too.
This is a massive opportunity for Scottish MMA as their guys are getting their chance to shine on a good stage and i think it will show the rest of the UK MMA scene that putting on good, solid exciting fights is the way forward rather than questionable matchmaking that sells tickets
Excellent Card. Wish I could be there.
Any one want to fight me on this???
catch weight can be arranged if there is no bantams around
What happened to Marcelo Costa James?
Money problem (he wanted double what he got to fight paul)
Michal Hamersmid was also intrested but is coming back from injury