Pain and Glory line-up announced

Fighters Inc are proud to announce the line-up for its prestigious Seni08 evening fight-show Pain and Glory, Saturday 26th April at the Excel, London.The Seni flagship show, Pain and Glory is unique because it brings together top international fighters, matched across four fight genres- K1, Kickboxing, MMA and MuayThai, Pain and Glory’ has rapidly become the country’s premier genuinely mixed martial arts showcase and this year promises to be the most dynamic yet with a series of incredible international match-ups.Kickboxingsees England versus Germany with three of our finest against German National champions-World champion John Orchard is probably pound for pound the best Kickboxer in the country and fresh from a victory over arch-rival Fran Zuccala, he takes on Rafael Pratnicki. Quasim Nisar, the teenage sensation, is the name on everybody’s lips at the moment as this hot prospect has just announced he’s turning professional. You can get to see ‘The Dream’ first hand at Pain and Glory as he fights Mohamad Jamal. Nick Gill is an established class-act and fresh from an international victory against Frenchman Frank Voorhoeve and now he’s looking to add a German scalp in the form of Maroun Bachir. Muay Thaisees more international bouts with world champion Steven Wakeling (Scorpions) vs Cedric Muller (France ). Wakeling comes into this bout having recently won the WKA world title and Kings Of Kickboxing Tournament Title and will be looking to take down the Frenchman who has been claiming top English scalps. The highly experienced Muller has beaten both Peter Crooke in a Superleague bout and more recently Richard Fenwick under Full Thai Rules in December. Bernise Alldis (Keddles) vs Florence Delaroche (France) Alldis, unbeaten on home turf, has a record of 16 fights 15 wins and the only loss being a controversial points decision for a world title in Holland. DeLaroche has notched up a strong of victories since losing to Karen Ousey and comes to the ring with a record of 30 fights 26 wins 4 losses. She is 3 x French Champion and European Champion.

Michael Wakeling (Scorpions) vs Phil Pullen (Shin Kick, UK) is the dark horse for fight of the night on Pain and Glory. Michael Wakeling’s fight in 2005 against Jay Woodham was regarded as the B-class fight of the year in 2005 and Phil Pullen’s contest against Jay Woodham in december 2007 was voted 2007’s fight of the year in the Muaythai Online British Muaythai Awards by the general public. Putting these two young agressive exciting fighters together under Full Thai rules is going to result in fireworks!K-1sees last years winning debutants Dillion White and Leon Waters looking to make it two out of two at Pain and Glory. Dillion White won a controversial and ultra-exciting war with big-hitting Adam Hart and this time out takes on the tough Daniel Sams. Leon Walters swapped WKA World titles in Karate for K-1 ring glory in 07 and returns to the Pain and Glory arena with a real battle on his hands in the form of Attil Boros (Hungary). Here’s Leon in knockout action from Pain and Glory 07- MMAsees UFC veteran, inaugural10K Ground Clash winner and legendary grappler Jeff ‘The Snowman’ Monson topping the bill. Monson is known worldwide and whoever steps into the Pain and Glory ring with him better be on top of their game. Other bouts will feature the unpredictable and flamboyant rising star Jeff Lawson (The UFC are watching his progress closely) taking on his biggest challenge yet in the form of established Irish star Greg Loughan, whilst the ever-improving Chris Rice will have another stern test in the shape of dynamic Cage Rage veteran James E Nicolle.The result is a thrilling night of guaranteed….pain and glory! Tickets – £30, £45, & £80 Ringside. All tickets include free entry to Seni 08. Available or Call now – 0844 847 1699Check out the new Seni 30 second TV Advert here’s a taste of the Pain and the Glory from Seni07

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