Rumble At The Reebok Tickets
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Rumble At The Reebok 2 - Saturday 15th May 2010
Rumble At The Reebok is one of the most exciting Muay Thai events in the UK today. Held at the prestigious 4 star DeVere White Hotel in at the famous Reebok Stadium, Rumble At The Reebok has established itself as the most action packed, thrilling and awe-inspiring Muay Thai events in the UK today.
£30.00 (ADV) plus £1.00 booking fee (Seating Available First come First Served some Standing)
Gold Ringside Ticket
£45.00 (ADV) plus £1.00 booking fee (Second Row Seating after the Tables)
Platinum Ringside Ticket
£60.00 (ADV) plus £1.00 booking fee (First Row Seating after the Tables)
Gold VIP Tables (10 x £100.00 = £1,000.00 plus £1.00 booking fee)
Tables of Ten includes
Three Course Gourmet Meal
VIP Table Service throughout the Fights
Platinum VIP Tables (10 x £125.00 = £1,250.00 plus £1.00 booking fee)
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Just Eight Ringside Tables available along the Four Edges of the Ring
Tables of Ten includes
The best view in the house
Two Bottles of Champagne
Three Course Gourmet Meal
Personal Table Service throughout the Fights
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Girls fight on this too, dont miss the Muay Thai event of the year.
Full line up for this amazing show, dont miss out it will be a big one
Liam Harrison v Andre Kotsur
Four times world champion Liam Harrison needs no introduction to Muay Thai fight fans in this country, one of the country’s best ever fighters he continues his bid to be the best “Farang” fighter in the world against another four times world champion Andre Kotsur, from Belarus . Kotsur has fought in this country several times during his 123 fight career, including a devastating knock out of Liam’s team mate Richard Cadden on one of master Sken’s shows.
Andy Thrasher v Frankie Hudders
In one of the most anticipated domestic match ups local boys Andy and Frankie will finally step into the ring together. Three times world champion Frankie is again one of the country’s best ever fighters, he hasn’t lost a decision to a British fighter for 15 years, he’s been the Light welter and welterweight to beat throughout that period and has fought allover the world against some of the sport’s biggest names. Current WKA world champion Andy is rarely in a boring fight and both lads have been preparing in Thailand.
Daiton Jackson v Ben Barwise
ISKA European champion Jackson will look to get back to winning ways after loosing the decision in a “real war” with the vastly experienced Simon Chu earlier this year. It will be interesting to see how his relentless attacking style works against tricky southpaw Barwise who comes to this fight of the back of a win against Eric Darricare.
Paul Kapowitz v Rung
Youngster Kapowitz gives away a vast amount of experience against the current ISKA World champion Rung, now based in Scotland. Paul has only had ten fights against Rungs 300+ but this basically highlights the desire of the youngster to fight whoever is put in front of him. Paul’s youth and unorthodox style versus Rungs strength and experience promises and interesting matchup.
Mark Skeer v Andy Brocklebank.
After his impressive win over highly rated Charlie Peters Skeer makes the step up to A class against the experienced and extremely tough former three times British Champion “Brocky”.
Reece Mcallister v Josh Turbill
An excellent welterweight bout between two of the countries brightest up and coming stars. Reece has spent a lot of time recently training and fighting in Thailand whilst Josh has lost just once in his career. Both tall rangy lads, this may be the pick of the undercard!
Darren Till v Adrain Wedolowski
Till is another of the country’s bright young stars, he was originally matched with Reece but has finally had to give up on making 67kgs so instead with fight at 70kgs against the unbeaten and very exciting Wedolowski who is fighting out of Scotland.
Danny Crompton v Rob Horrocks
This is a rematch, with Danny winning last time just as the fight was getting going when Rob Sustained an injury and was unable to continue. Rob will be eager for revenge, but Danny will be keen to keep up his impressive winning streak.
Chris Hargreaves v Sean Perry
Chris is a very exciting fighter with a serious dig, Perry is highly talented but perhaps not quite reaching his potential yet, another fight difficult to call.
Jonno Chipchase v Brad Stanton
Jonno’s just coming off the back of an impressive win against George Berry, Brad Stanton is wonderful stylist who has also Beaten George in very close fight last year. Yet another “pick em” fight!
John Love v John Gillies
Welsh heavyweight John Love will take on Liverpool’s John Gillies in a battle of the bangers.
Cassie Robinson v Tricia Carson
Local female favourite Cassie Robinson will take on Scotlands Tricia Carson.
Shes looking as scary as ever!
Originally Posted by AdamC
Hardly, she looks gowjus.
Originally Posted by Jay Evans
Another one just for you Jay