IT has been another successful year for the fighters from Keddles Gym in St Mary’s Cray.
Mike Neun won both the southern area ISKA title and the Fight Scene light heavyweight title and has advanced to fighting on the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) circuit.
Michael Johnson won the Fusion world title at welterweight.
Tom Watson successfully defended his BAMMA title and hopes to fight in the UFC this February.
Kym Farid won a gold medal in a British jiu-jitsu tournament and the ISKA British welterweight title in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA).
Paul Dewberry collected the ISKA southern area lightweight title and a gold medal in a British jiu-jitsu contest.
Richard Edwards won the CFC featherweight title and will be progressing to BAMMA soon.
Johnathan Haggerty, 15, secured the ISKA British title, while nine-year-old Brandon Eam took the southern area and English title at 31kg.
Grace Spicer won the 55kg southern area title and fights for the 52kg title at the end of January.
Lewis Chambers, 12, secured the ISKA 44kg junior British crown in his first fight with head contact.
Rory Crawford won the UKMF southern area title at light welterweight and is set to fight for the K1 title in February.
Craig Richards, Dave Fuller, Tom Fuller, Jay Bellini and Connor McDuffy all enjoyed gold medal success in various Brazilian jiu-jitsu tournaments throughout the UK.
Roland Ogun secured his first title in Muay Thai by winning the southern area heavyweight crown, while Alasdair Gauld collected the ISKA English light welterweight title.
Keddles also celebrated another big win in MMA with Ben Callum claiming the middleweight UCMMA title.
Boxer Charlie Wynn took the south area and London under 10 bouts championship and battled his way through to the finals of the nationals.
Keddles is now active on all the circuits for Muay Thai, MMA, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, amateur boxing, white collar boxing and professional boxing.
For more information about the club, call Alan Keddle on 07940 559731.
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