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European Domination

Amateur Full Contact Fight Night

June 11th 2006

This show has been the anticipation of the amateur full contact circuit with Rob ‘Diesel’ Stevens fighting possibly his last amateur bout, climaxing with fighting for the I.S.K.A. European Amateur Full contact …. Weight Title.

Diesel, Midland Area, English & British title holder – 13 fights 12 wins 1 draw is battling against French opponent, Nizar Gallas, French Amateur full contact champion for 2004 & 2006, 15 fights 13 wins 3 loss.


Also topping the bill is the exciting match between Qasim ‘The Dream’ Nisar Vs Ricky Massey, contending for the Midland area position.
As always, featured on the under card are a mixture of British novices who are developing their ring craft through the amateur circuit, setting standards & raising expectations like we haven’t seen in full contact for some time.
On this hot summer’s day, kicking off at an earlier time than usual, we opened the show with two very talented youngsters who are coming through the light continuous circuit, whatever the temperature was outside, these guys certainly raised it in the ring with the first fight of the night.


  1. Kyle Williams Eclipse Kickboxing Vs Declan Bailey Alf Love BBA

Matched at 43kg
Round 1

Confident stand from both corners, explosive right form the 1st second – both fighters burst into good combinations of kicks & punches. Kyle edged forward, taking lead over the latter part of the round, Declan retiring to the corner looking a little tired.


Round 2

Kyle taking complete control over this round – Declan, a European champion, making some mistakes in desperation to try to close down Kyle’s legs, unsuccessfully trying to get on the inside.


Round 3

Declan starts a bit stronger on this round with his kicks, however, Kyle’s superb kicking ability appear too much of a problem for him to overcome. Kyle Williams maintains control, style & a better range of accurate kicks & punches, winning the fight with a majority decision.

An excellent display of light continuous from both corners.


  1. Gad Mullins TS Kickboxing Vs Jason McMasters Terminators

Matched at 69kg

Round 1


Nice steady 1st round, both fighters trying to find their range, seemingly fairly even 1st round.

Round 2


Jason comes out with a stiff jab, pushing Gad back, continuing with a flurry of punches, sending Gad on the back foot. Gad answers with a flurry of his own, not fazed. Jason picks up the pace of the fight, generally landing the cleaner shots.

Round 3


Jason pushes forward, landing a straight right hand, again, Gad unfazed returns with an accurate clean uppercut. Gad has a slight lack of concentration – Jason manages to land a straight jab to Gads face, sending him to the canvass & an 8 count is delivered to the red corner by ref Mike Belgrave. Gad makes a positive attempt to claim an advantage a little too late; the fight ends with both fighters finishing strong, Jason McMasters taking a unanimous decision win. Respect to Gad whose age makes him a little more seasoned than his opponent, Gad also giving away some experience.

  1. Harroon Glazlad Cardiff Kickboxing Vs Darren O’Neil Alf Love BBA

Matched at 53kg

Round 1


Darren started off very sharp using his legs well, firing an assortment of kicks, keeping his opponent at bay. Harroon tries to come forward but Darren’s footwork allows him to pick Harroon off quite comfortably.

Round 2


Harroon struggles to keep up with Darren who is impressively evasive, constantly picking Harroon off with kick & punch combinations.

Round 3


Darren maintains his range & pace – applying constant pressure, executing confident kick & punch techniques, Harroon being kept on the back foot.

Excellent transitional fight from light to full contact, unanimous decision going to Darren O’Neil.




  1. Vicky Ranson TS Kickboxing Vs Kerry Stewart Sue Fell Kickboxing

Matched at 53kg

Round 1


Slow start from both sides, uneventful round with both fighters using the time to sound each other out, looking pretty even.

Round 2


This starts with a faster pace, both girls attacking each other furiously with punches & kicks, pushing each other forward & back. Vicky coming through the stronger, catching Kerry with 2 straight punches & a left hook, slumping Kerry over the ropes, finishing this round with an 8 count – talk about being saved by the bell!!

Round 3


Both fighters stand toe to toe, trading viciously, Vicky catching Kerry with the stronger shots. Vicky, never frightened to plant herself & go to work, Kerry relentlessly trying to defend herself, taking this round into quite a slug fest – both fighters going hammer & tongue!!

The crowd at this point appreciating the fighters, Vicky Ranson, too strong for her admirable opponent, takes the unanimous decision.



  1. James ‘Bucket Casey Alf Love BBA Vs Murdock Kellyman USKA Kickboxing

Matched at 67kg

Round 1


Fast & furious 1st round – allowing no time for finding each other out, constant relentless attacks from both corners. Not pretty, but a very strong 1st round with nice combination of kicks & punches, Kellyman landing a strong right hand dropping ‘Bucket’ momentarily. The crowd at this point supporting each of the camps at such a volume the instructors had difficulty being heard in the corner at the end of round 1!

Round 2


Continuing the phonetic pace, Murdock starts taking some control with clean combinations, dropping ‘Bucket’ again with a stiff back leg round kick. Giving him the extra confidence, Murdock sets to, landing excellent kick punch combinations.

Round 3


At this point, the spectators are raising the roof, USKA supporters living up to their reputation, the Northern club also holding their own – ‘Bucket’ comes in with a beautiful back leg sweep, more combinations & then another foot sweep – Murdock answers with an axe kick, landing on the shoulder. Both fighters finishing strong, ending a brilliant fight.

Murdock Kellyman winner by unanimous decision.




  1. Lee Jackson TS Kickboxing Vs Martin Smith Birmingham Martial Arts Centre

Matched at 64kg

Round 1


Both corners came out bombing, giving no time for space or range, throwing some heavy artillery. Both take some phenomenal strong punches, Martin takes 2 good shots on the chin which seems to stiffen his legs for the latter part of the round, Lee also causing Martin further distress by cornering him.

Round 2


Lee puts Martin on the back foot, again backing him into the corner landing heavy head shots. Martin is under pressure & Lee’s attack is relentless as he continues throwing leather.

Round 3


Lee starts the 3rd round with much of the same, but then the pace seems to catch up with him. Jackson gets a little sloppy, Martin attempts a 2nd burst but the heavy attacks of the 1st 2 rounds have took there toll, martin struggling with his accuracy.

Strong fight – a good old fashioned tear up!

Commendable 1st fight win for Lee Jackson.


  1. Cemal Goken Eclipse Kickboxing Vs Tommy ‘Gun’ Collette USKA Kickboxing

Matched at 69kg

Round 1


Both fighters not wanting to give each other any ground, both start off with strong kicks & punches. Tommy’s body kicks constantly being planted in, landing cleanly. After a furious exchange of blows, Tommy backs Cemal to the ropes, catching him with a hook cross straight leg round kick to the body combo. Moments later Cemal retaliate, catching Tommy with a sharp strong left hook to the head, slightly swaying Tommy. Straight back in, Cemal attempts a spinning hook kick, catching Tommy’s gloves, the excitement of this fight gaining momentum, Tommy unfazed presses forward with a double jab cross, ending round 1

Round 2


Even Ref Mike Belgrave smiles with pleasure at this bout as he calls round 2, stepping up a notch, we see an immediate heated exchange of stinging kicks & punches, neither fighter willing to back off, excellent defence on both sides, quality shots being thrown at such a pace, but well defended as most hit the guards. Tommy manages to break through scoring with an excellent combination – rolling in a hook punch round kick to the body combination. Cemal sets himself well, throwing a straight powerful right, but again well defended by Tommy as it catches his guard. Tommy just ploughs forward again, ending round 2.

This has got to be one of the best fights ever seen on an MAGB, these guys showing pure class – the spectators absolutely thrilled!

Round 3

We come in again – Tommy opening with a body kick & a short exchange of punches follow – Cemal jabs out a side kick, then flicks a round kick to the head. Tommy pushes forward with a body kick, both fighters standing their ground, not giving an inch – the crowd hardly able to keep up – we’ve got head movement, foot work, attack, defence – eventually Tommy backs Cemal up, Cemal slips Tommy’s left jab, Tommy throws over a right hand followed by a double left hook, then a right. Cemal clinches the crowd on their feet – Tommy scores a left body kick, followed by an overhand right left hook combo – again Cemal clinches.



The round finishes after a short exchange from the fighters, the crescendo a spinning hook kick from Tommy, hitting Camels gloves, but what a finish!

This is full contact at its best – absolutely the fight of the night!

Split decision win to Tommy ‘Gun’ Collette.


  1. Matt Offord TS Kickboxing Vs Sammy Love Alf Love BBA

Matched at 70kg

Round 1


True clash of styles, both fighters struggling to find their range, Love trying to pull off some of his flashy kicks but not a lot landing cleanly, pretty even looking round.

Round 2


Sammy unstoppable in his attack, this fighter very unpredictable causing Matt difficulty, understanding the hesitation as to come in on Sammy would be risky, as a result Matt gives Sammy to much time allowing him to mount his constant attack.

Round 3


Matt again giving away ground, Sammy continues to come forward, not a pretty fight, then Sammy does a real sacrifice kick (wow) Matt’s usual ability stunted, he shows frustration with a gesture of almost disbelief, just not able to tame Sammy’s style, giving the win to Sammy Love.


  1. Adam Jones Cardiff Kickboxing Vs Lee Whitfield Eclipse Kickboxing

Matched at 77kg

Round 1


Lee starts off with 2 very sharp side kicks to Adam’s body, followed by another strong side kick to the head. Adam responds with a short flurry of punches causing Lee to cover up. Lee powers back with a combination of his own, landing with a strong straight left hand, Adam landing hard on his backside, receiving an 8 count. Lee simply out gunned in round 1.

Round 2


An excellent display of kicks & punches from Lee, landing at will, including a superb axe kick ,he just has too much in his artillery for Adam, coupled with a height advantage, leaving Adam struggling to get past Lee’s kicking attacks - a very gallant effort from the red corner, the fight called to a halt at the end of round 2 by Adam Jones corner – Lee Whitfield taking his 2nd full contact victory.


  1. James Nicholson TS Kickboxing Vs George Markou Birmingham Martial Arts Centre

Matched at 71kg

Round 1


Excellent 1st round for these novices, George landing a considerable amount of body shots & kick punch combinations, James struggling to get decent scoring shots off. The crowd now completely warmed up, loudly appreciating George’s comfortable start.

Round 2


George opens the round with a strong heavy round kick, scoring to the head, James covering well& tries to get on the inside but George lands repeated hooks to his opponent’s body, only then to be subjected to a further barrage of body kicks. James tucks in tight, ploughing forward with hook punches, not showing intimidation from the 2nd comfortable blue corner advantage.

Round 3


George keeps control with more strong body & head kicks, James gets a sudden burst – releasing a volley of dangerous punches causing George to cover up & hold. Not wanting a second taste of James’s power, George holds him at bay with his legs – the crowd loving this bout – James gets a final front kick in pushing George into the ropes, the bell sounding ending this superb fight.

Unanimous decision to first time fighter George Markou.




  1. Ricky Massey Black Country Combat Vs Qasim ‘The Dream’ Nisar

I.S.K.A. Midland Area Amateur Full Contact Title

Matches at 61kg

The home crowd welcome both these fighters into the ring, releasing their anticipation for this match with a loud reception – clapping, horns, and the atmosphere electric!

Round 1


Steady paced 1st round with both fighters testing the ground, Ricky looking tidy & strong but Qasim over all landing clean accurate short combinations, Ricky showing some good evasive skills.

Round 2


Qasim ups the pace, defending & moving well, predicting Ricky’s strategy; Qasim dictates this round putting in some well timed precision shots. Ricky looking strong is unfazed, coming forward with short bursts when he can but this attempt is out numbered by work rate & accuracy from Qasim.

Round 3


Qasim stepping up yet another gear, confidently coming forward banging in round kicks to the body & short fast hand combinations. Ricky occasionally replies with short spurts of kicks & punches but not able to disrupt the rhythm of Qasim.

Round 4


Qasim takes it straight to Ricky, immediately putting him on his back foot, executing an impressive double hook punch, upper cut through the middle, catching Ricky on the chin. Ricky remains on the back foot, throws a dangerous wild hook, just missing Qasim’s head, the USKA fighter just constantly pushes forward, seemingly getting stronger. Not wasting much, Qasim loads Ricky relentlessly with pressure, ending round 4.

Round 5


Ricky ups his work rate, attempting to go toe to toe with Qasim, but ‘The Dream’ continues to dominate the pace. Ricky eventually finds an opportunity to come forward with a 1, 2, Qasim returns the favour, bursting forward again with a hook punch to the head, round kick to the body, Ricky steams in with 7 straight punches, Qasim just as comfortable working on the inside pushes through, catching Ricky with 3 lovely uppercuts.

The remainder of the round is a Mexican stand off – both fighters finishing strong – credit given as this was their first 5 rounder, both corners paced themselves well, remaining tidy & composed.

The overall work rate, accuracy & maturity of Qasim ‘The Dream’ Nisar gives him a unanimous win making him the I.S.K.A. Amateur Full Contact Midland Area Lightweight Champion.


  1. Nizar Gallas KFBC Clichy, France Vs Rob ‘Diesel’ Stevens Birmingham Martial Arts Centre

I.S.K.A. European Amateur Full Contact Title

Match made at 68kg


Nizar entered the ring to a respectful reception, the crowd clapping him, ever pleasing to see true sportsmanship from the home crowd – this followed by a phenomenal entrance from Diesel, whose music could barely even be heard over the rapturous applause & his trade mark crowd noise ‘DIESEL’ ‘DIESEL’….

After the national anthems, both corners acknowledge each other, taking their corners, Nizar in the red corner, Diesel in the blue.

Round 1

Nizar starts off confidently, the quicker of the two, firing in 2 round kicks. Diesel responds with a side kick to the body, this answered by Nizar with a left round kick to the body straight right hand, just clipping Diesel’s head. A furious exchange of punches in the corner from both fighters, Diesel attempting an inside sweep & a right hook, Nizar then answers back with a short cluster of punches. He lands 2 strong body kicks followed up with a perfectly timed inside leg sweep, ending round 1.



The crowd appreciating this fight from the get go – the French contingent was here to win – tough first round, you could almost feel people holding their breath – Diesel definitely had a fight on!

Round 2


Rob is the first off the mark, a round kick & an over hand right, Nizar holds, then replies – he holds then fires out a straight right hand. Diesel lands a round kick, over hand right & a glancing uppercut through the middle.

Nizar fires out a vicious round kick, just missing Diesels head – the phonetic pace is incredible, the round continues with constant attacks from both fighters, there is so much going on, as much hitting as missing. Both fighters exchange punches, Rob scoring an uppercut on the inside, Nizar pressurises Diesel into the corner, another heated exchange of blows, Diesel escapes the disadvantage, looping in an overhand right to Nizars head. The barrage continues, ending round 2.



Round 3


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