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BAMMA 35 Announces First Two Fights
BAMMA today announces two bouts for BAMMA 35 to be held at the 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland on Saturday 12th May.
Alex ‘Da Kid’ Lohore Vs. Ion ‘Bombadierul’ Pascu – Welterweight Bout (Main Card)
It’s the iron will vs the iron fists as Lohore and Pascu collide in the 3Arena in the first main card fight to be announced for BAMMA 35. The former BAMMA World Champion Lohore gets straight back into the thick of the action, as he attempts to carve a path back to the title and claim a potential rematch for the title that was recently his. Standing in front of him is one of the most menacing strikers in the Welterweight division. Ion ‘Bombardierul’ Pascu is famed for his sledgehammer fists, that have put many a opponent to sleep in a distinguished career. With a solid takedown defence also in his armoury, Pascu is a scary opponent for most. However, Lohore isn’t like most other opponents. With a never say die attitude and never one to shy away from challenges or the microphone, you can be sure that this is going to be nothing short of a blockbuster on May 12th.
“From now on you can call me the ‘Killa Kid” because they are all going to fall, starting with Ion Pascu when I send him back into retirement. Then I’m getting my belts back!” – Alex Lohore
‘Magic’ Myles Price Vs. Pedro Carvalho – Lightweight Bout (Prelim)
Dublin sees the return of one of its favourite sons in the shape of the hugely charasmatic ‘Magic’ Myles Price. The ground wizard has been out of action since 2016, but is now 100% fit once more and ready to take on the Lightweight division in pursuit of his dream of the BAMMA Lightweight Title. Carvalho is a newcomer to the promotion and the Portugese fighter has a high level of submission skills that could give Price trouble on the night. With the potential to be a facinating submission clinic, this is already destined to be a fight fan favourite on the night.
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