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Falcon fighters chasing more glory

PUBLISHED: 11:00 09 May 2014

Romford's Falcon Kickboxing Club have been enjoying plenty of success in the ring (pic: Matt Higgs)

Romford's Falcon Kickboxing Club have been enjoying plenty of success in the ring (pic: Matt Higgs)

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Tough tests for kickboxing duo

Romford’s Falcon Kickboxing club are chasing further honours next weekend.

Liam Wells looks to get back to winning ways as he takes on Irish champion Paul Huish at the Casino Rooms in Kent.

Wells lost a split decision to French champion Nicholas Carmona in their ICO European title bout in Lens last month, but is still the current IKF full contact British light-welterweight champion.

Meanwhile, clubmate Gareth Evans defends his IKF British super-welterweight title against number one contender Grant Mallinson, from Chippenham,

Falcon’s Sarah Worsfold is the current IKF and ICO full contact light-welterweight Southern Area champion and anyone interested in tickets for the event or wanting more information about the club can call Paul on 07852 131888 or visit www.falcon-kickboxing.co.uk.

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