Thursday 24 April 2014

Knuckleup Origins at The Centaur

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The cage fighting tournament Knuckleup Origins will be at Cheltenham Racecourse's The Centaur this weekend, featuring 14 bouts.

The MMA fighting tournament Knuckleup Origins will be coming to The Centaur at Cheltenham Racecourse for a cage fighting evening featuring 14 professional bouts.

Mixed martial arts, or MMA, is described by organisers as ‘one of the fastest growing and most explosive sports in the UK,’ and fans from across Gloucestershire are expected to turn out in force to see the showcase of British talent including fights from Matt sellers v Denzil Thomas, Antanas Jazbutis v Ashley Grimshaw, Jordan James v Simon Phillips, Matt Thorpe v Jon Phillips.

You can still order tickets directly from ticketmaster.co.uk to collect from The Centaur box office on Saturday.

Event:
Knuckleup Origins
Venue
Cheltenham Racecourse
Dates:
Saturday 20 February 2010
Times:
From 6pm
Admission:
Tickets cost from £25 to £40
Telephone:
Not available

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Thursday 18 February 2010

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