Lion Fight headed to the UK for the first time in a clash between promotions with Muay Thai Grand Prix. The event saw multiple titles on the line, including in the main event where the Lion Fight Cruiserweight Champion, Chip Moraza-Pollard defended his title against the UK’s Jordan Smith while the vacant MTGP Cruiserweight title was up for grabs, sending Moraza-Pollard home with two world titles now. Jose Varela defended his MTGP Super Featherweight Championship against Amine Ballafrikh while James Benal won the vacant MTGP Light Heavyweight Championship against Ryan Li. Lion Fight and MTGP Cruiserweight Championship: Chip Moraza-Pollard (R5 [read more]
Tomorrow Muay Thai Grand Prix and Lion Fight make their first joint venture into the realm of promoting with MTGP Presents Lion Fight 39. The event, which airs on BoxNation in the UK and FloSports worldwide, is set to be a clash of international muay thai styles with an exciting, title-fight-laden card. Below you can watch the weigh-ins from MTGP’s Facebook page. Keith McLachlan and Dean James did not make weight, forcing last-minute changes to the card. Jose Varela will now defend his MTGP belt against Amine Bellafriekh.
On Saturday, November 18th Lion Fight Promotions heads to the UK to team up with Muay Thai Grand Prix for MTGP Presents Lion Fight 39. The co-promoted event will see Lion Fight head overseas to give international Lion Fight fans the fights that they’ve been hungry for. The event is set to go down in the historic O2 Arena in London and will be an all-hands-on-deck situation for both promotions to bring their A-games. Thus far two fights have been announced, both title fights that include some fan-favorites. Chip “The Surgeon” Moraza-Pollard vs. Jordan Smith – Lion Fight cruiserweight title [read more]