Hurricane fight league goes Friday

Victoria’s Hurricane Fight League 7 p.m. at the Da Vinci Centre (195 Bay St.) Friday, May 11

Victoria’s Hurricane Fight League might be a small-scale organization but it boasts high calibre athletes. Tonight (May 11) is the promotion’s sixth event, 7 p.m. at the Da Vinci Centre (195 Bay St.)

The goal of the event is to provide a family friendly, alcohol-free environment to foster the careers of budding kickboxing, boxing and mixed martial arts competitors, said spokesperson Aaron Varga.

“We want to promote the sport of these (different) styles,” he said.

FIGHT CARD

Kieren Mueller (Canada’s Best Karate Victoria) vs. Matt Shannon (Team 604 Vancouver) Kickboxing 132 lbs.

Kevin Ogborne (Zuma Martial Arts Victoria) vs. Rob Doerksen (Victoria Martial Arts) Boxing 153 lbs.

Ty Daggis (Canada’s Best Karate) vs. Joel Conway (Island MMA Victoria) Kickboxing 147 lbs.

Adam Fitchett (Professional Self Defence Victoria) vs. (Comox Valley MMA) MMA 155 lbs.

James Sebunyana (Merge Combat & Fitness Victoria) vs. Brad Loman (Knockout Martial Arts & Fitness Courtney) Kickboxing 150 lbs.

Matt Cunliffe (Studio 4 Athletics Victoria) vs. RJ Fetherstonhaugh (Merge Combat & Fitness Victoria) Boxing 153 lbs.

Sumeet Dhaul (Axe Capoeria Victoria) vs. Colin Butt (Comox Valley MMA) MMA 140 lbs.

Guillaume LecLerc (Axe Capoeira Victoria) vs. Nick White (Knockout Martial Arts & Fitness Courtney) Junior Kickboxing 147 lbs.

Mat Percy (Nak Muay Gym Duncan) vs. Tim Packer (Island MMA) Junior Kickboxing 132 lbs.

 

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