Four students from Swaffham Kickboxing Academy (SKA) competed in a full contact show at Debenham Leisure Centre, Stowmarket.
The show was hosted by CKA, who put on a well organised show.
Josh Saddler and Julian Zalums both put on great displays in their hard, well matched fights, both coming away with wins.
Neil Powley (42) stepped up to do a light contact bout against 51-year-old Tony Browes from CKA, for a charity fight. Both fighters did exactly what was asked making a great fight to watch and raising over £1,000 for Tony’s charity.
The youngest fighter participating from SKA, Dillon O’Neil (13), competed in his first full contact fight against a slightly more experienced fighter. Dillon showed skill and determination battling to the final bell, but lost on points.
Win, lose or draw, all four fighters walked away having learnt from their fights, and will use this to improve for their next competition.
A big thank you to SKA sponsors Necton Windmill, tattooing shop 4 Skin, and Rock the House Fightwear.
Also thank you to Warlords Gym and all those that traveled to support the fighters and SKA.