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KICKBOXING: BRIAN CROSSAN CROWNED KING OF THE MIDDLEWEIGHTS

KICKBOXING: BRIAN CROSSAN CROWNED KING OF THE MIDDLEWEIGHTS

first_imgKICKBOXING: Brian Crossan has done it once again and has picked up his third Irish title. This time he made the move to low kick rules and to yet another organisation to unify three of the major organisations titles, he now holds the WKA, WKU and WRSA Irish titles in his collection. Crossan secured his latest accolade in the performance of his illustrious kickboxing career in the Maldron Hotel in Derry on Saturday night in front of a sold-out venue. The affable fighter brought a huge support with him from Letterkenny and they could be heard in their full glory as Crossan made the walk to the ring to take on the teak tough Stevie Mc Nutt from KCAM Kickboxing in Dungannon. Both fighters are seasoned veterans of the sport and this could be seen in what many regarded as the most technical fight of the night with Mc Nutt coming forward with hard and heavy boxing and Crossan countering with kicks and and some lovely angles. TThe first two rounds were back and fourth affairs with both competitors scoring some lovely shots, the third round was when crossing came into his own, known for his fitness and durability Crossan started to pick up the tempo with more movement and angles forcing Mc Nutt to miss with his attack and cross landing heavy with the counters. # The bout went to the title distance of five rounds and when the judges score cards where collected it was a unanimous decision to the letterkenny native to the delight of his coach and all his supporters. Another letterkenny man was also on the cards in the form of young Rhys Nugget, at only 17 years ond he is one for the future, after having difficulty getting the youngster matched young Aaron Coyle from Joe Wilsons black dragon stepped up and offered to do an exhibition bout(no decision). This was one for the crowd to watch as the two youngsters put on a masterclass in K1 rules kickboxing (low kicks and knees allowed) with a very technical display. Nuggets coach Tommy Mc Cafferty said he was very happy to see the first of his Muay Thai students making the move into the competative arena and Nugent after just over a year of training definitely impressed the crowd and the judges on the night with his technical ability and craft. The future is bright for Kickboxing and Muay Thai with Tommy Mc Caffertys Kickboxing LK at the forefront of the future generation. KICKBOXING: BRIAN CROSSAN CROWNED KING OF THE MIDDLEWEIGHTS was last modified: March 29th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Brian CrossanchampionKickboxingnewsSportlast_img read more