Jordan Chester is one of the UK’s most promising amateur fighters and he took to the cage at Budo 9 and came away with a second round submission victory. Advertisements
Scott Johnson stepped in on short notice at Budo 9 on Sunday and came away with a unanimous decision victory and SD MMA UK’s performance of the afternoon.
Callum Mullen was involved in SD MMA UK’s fight of the afternoon in Bolton as he took on the talented John James and came away with an unanimous decision victory.
Justin Burlinson traveled to Bolton on short notice from Sunderland and it didn’t take him long to provide one of 2015’s most memorable moments so far.
Sukata MMA professional Kevin Fryer got back to competitive action on Sunday afternoon and it didn’t take him long to come away with the victory.
Heavyweight Rob Beech took to the cage on Sunday after at Budo 9 and faced a late replacement but that didn’t change his mindset and he came away with a quick TKO victory.
Budo 9 featured a couple of professional match up’s and one of them saw Sam Spencer remain undefeated with a first round TKO victory.
One of the UK’s most consistent and experienced amateurs, Martin Chester, took to the Budo cage on Sunday and showed why he is just that with a second round submission victory.
Of the many well-matched fights on the Budo 9 card, Paul Williams and Freddie Quek-Richards turned out to be one of the best and Paul Williams put in a sterling performance to come out on top via unanimous decision.
Mike Bidgood came away from Budo 9 with a first round TKO victory with just one second to spare in the first round over opponent Dave Dillon.