25 Sep 2 More Prelim Bouts Added To BAMMA 23
2 MORE PRELIM BOUTS ADDED TO BAMMA 23
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BAMMA 23: Night Of Champions just keeps giving as BAMMA add two more bouts to the lineup.
- Tom Denham Vs. Lukasz ‘The Punisher’ Parobiec (Heavyweight Bout)
- C.J. Meeks Vs. Marcin Prostko (Catchweight Bout)
Tom Denham Vs. Lukasz ‘The Punisher’ Parobiec (Heavyweight Bout)
Tom Denham (7-7) returns for the first time since his KO win at BAMMA 21 against late replacement Ashley Pollard. The North East based heavyweight has recently made the transition to full time fighter and is eager to show off his new found skills on the biggest stage in Europe. With his only recent loss coming to current BAMMA Heavyweight Champion Mark ‘The Hand Of’ Godbeer, he will be looking to extend his current winning run and get himself back near the top of the queue for a future challenge for BAMMA gold.
Lukasz ‘The Punisher’ Parobiec (12-4) picked up his most recent win at BAMMA’s debut in Dublin against Conor McGregor’s striking coach Johnny ‘The Dragon’ Dargan. Parodic is know for his fast moving striking style with brutal combinations that leave opponents on the canvas. The Barclaycard Arena will be in for a real treat when the big guys come together to throw leather on Saturday 14th November.
C.J. Meeks Vs. Marcin ‘Mad Boy’ Prostko (Catchweight Bout)
C.J. Meeks (4-1) makes his BAMMA debut at the Night of Champions against the currently undefeated Prostko. The Double K and Team Titan fighter took up boxing from a very young age and progressed into Thai Boxing and BJJ from there. Part of the new generation of well rounded MMA fighters, Meeks from Bexleyheath in Kent wants to make a big impact on his upcoming debut:
“Absolutely over the moon to have signed with BAMMA, truly believe it’s the premier organisation in Europe, and I’m looking forward to putting on a show on such an established stage. I’m here to make a name for myself. Thanks to everyone involved in my career from my coaches, team mates, my manager, my family and of course thanks to Jude Samuel and BAMMA for the opportunity.”
The Polish born freestyle fighter out of Wakefield, Marcin ‘Mad Boy’ Prostko is only 4-0 in his pro career, but already holds a regional Middleweight title. Training out of ASW Manchester alongside the likes of Lonsdale Lightweight Champion Marc Diakiese and former BAMMA Middleweight Champion Scott Askham, the 28 year old is coming to put BAMMA fighters on notice that there is a new contender in town.