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RISE & WKN : NEW COLLABORATION FOR RISE 111
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RISE 111 / INTERNATIONAL FIGHT – 3×3 mn / 56 kg
Tenshin NASUGAWA ( JAPAN ) wins by Ko 2 vs Tarek TOTTS ( MAROC / ITALIA – team CUCCU )
WKN champions fighting in JAPAN in RISE & REBEL shows
· RISE 94 : Dany WILLIAMS ( AUSTRALIA ) vs Miyagi DAYKI
· RISE 96 : Kevin EIBERG ( GERMANY ) vs Yasouomi SOUDA
· REBEL 28 / RISE : Tihomir MITEV ( BULGARIA ) vs Hikaru MACHIDA
· REBEL 30 /RISE : Tihomir MITEV ( BULGARIA ) vs Kan ITABASHI
· RISE 105 : Daniel “ THE JET “ ZARHA ( MALTA) vs Kouji YOUSIMOTO
· RISE 109 : Manolis KALISTIS ( GREECE ) vs Tenshin NASUKAWA
· RISE 111 : Tarek TOTTS ( MAROC / ITALIA ) vs Tenshin NASUKAWA
Maltese boxer Haithem Laamouz beat Will Sands by KO at the Netball Central, Olympic Park, Sydney,
New South Wales to take the New South Wales State super lightweight title.
By Reuben Azzopardi (PRO Gladiators Promotions)
On Saturday February 20th we had Gladiators Night XII where Team Malta won the majority of match with foreign athletes.
The main match was between Keith “the Speed” Azzopardi, Team Spartan, and Francesco Joao from Portugal in K1. In the first round Azzopardi entered with kicks while Francesco began to reduce the distance to diminish their effectiveness. In the second roundthe athletes maintained close combat and worked mostly with Boxing and with the knee. The third had the same rhythm, but the Maltese started putting in more Spinning Back Fists. “The Speed” won the match by points.
The Maltese athletes the won over the foreigners were (Team Spartan) Brandon “Bogon” Borg, Theon Camilleriand Shaun Falzon, (Team Noel) Christopher Rotin, Clayton Desira, (Malta Thai Boxing) Matthew Palcarz. In Boxing Kersten “the Bullet” Brown (Brown Boxing) and Jason Micallef (Team Noel) win by KO.
The only rematch was a Boxing match between Diane Schembri, TeamNoel, and Claire Ciantar, Lord’s Gym. Both athletes were at the same level where they kept pressing each other all the time though none took the upper hand. In the end the jury gave the match as a draw.
Other athletes that had a match with foreigners were: JesredPiscopo, Julian Mangion and Ryan Cachia.
This was the first time that the MaltaKickboxing Association (MKBA) and the Association of Boxing of Malta (MBA) worked together for this event. This led for more professionalism in the organization and safety for athletes.
For more information visit the Gladiators Night Facebook page or contacted to Master Noel Mercieca on 79208283, Isaac Chetcuti on 79098181.
He is one of Malta’s upcoming fighters, with a decent amateur boxing career and earlier this year he joined the professional boxing tanks.
Since childhood 26 year old lightweight Haithem Laamouz, has been determined to carve a niche for himself in the world of boxing. Training since he was 15. he has had 62 amateur fights, of which he has won 52 and won numerous tournaments and titles both in Malta and England.
Haithem turned professional earlier this year on the 27th of March, when he beat Gearoid Clancy on a split decision at the Club Punchbowl, Punchbowl, New South Wales, Australia.
Haithem is not the first Maltese fighter who has chosen to launch his professional boxing career in Australia. In fact Malta’s first known professional boxer Sam Xmun Chetcutistarted boxing professionally in Australia in 1927 / 28 His greatest fight was in 1937 when he fought the ‘North Queensland’ heavyweight champion, Tommy Nevins and was disqualified half way through the contest, while he was ahead on points, on a controversial ruling of the referee who ruled that Sam had punched low. The notorious Rebels, Maltese born Alex Vellaalso turned boxing professional in Australia.
Haithem has had five professional fights and has won all of his encounters. He won his latest encounter against Issaka Issah of South Africa on a split decision over six rounds at the Club Punchbowl, Punchbowl, New South Wales, Australia on the 20th of November on the undercard of Val Borg vs. Indonesian, Roy Tua Manihuruk.
Scores for Haithem vs. Issaka were 59-56, 59-55, 57-58.
Haithem Laamouz was taking part on a Paul Nasari undercard card he trains with Nudge & Mark Lucas from the Forte Boxing Academy.
Just a quick highlight from Haithem Laamouz s fight, left hook all day !Posted by Nudge Mieli on Sunday, 22 November 2015