MUAY THAI - Sport's first-ever world title fight to take place in Leamington next month with local fighters involved - The Leamington Observer

MUAY THAI - Sport's first-ever world title fight to take place in Leamington next month with local fighters involved

Leamington Editorial 16th Jun, 2023 Updated: 16th Jun, 2023   0

LEAMINGTON’S George Mouzakitis is fighting for the International Muaythai Council (IMC) world title in his hometown next month.

The bout is the sport’s first-ever world title fight to take place in Leamington with the action to unfold at the Royal Spa Centre on Saturday, July 15.

Mouzakitis (28-2), is a two-time European champion, and will fight Slovakia’s Lukas Mandinec for the super lightweight (63.5kg) title.

Mandinec holds the WMC European and Intercontinental belts and has won nine of his last 10 fights.

The co-main event pits Haris Moghal against Nathaniel Kalogiannidis for the IMC national title whilst undefeated female fighter Hollie Bowness takes on Slovakia’s Viktorie Bulinova.

And five other local prospects – Myles Mouzakitis, Taren Aujla and Mason Davies (all Leamington) and Oli Milner and Killian Cable (both Warwick) – will fight on the undercard,




All five fighters train at Aces Gym in Leamington under the guidance of Sam Mouzakitis and Luke Dewsbery.

Doors open at 3pm with the first fight to start at 4pm.


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