Just before I went to away on a trip this last weekend, I managed to grab hold of local Amateur fighter Harry Davies and get a few of his thoughts.
It looks like Cage Warriors Fighting Championship is back…
It was definitely the biggest card BCMMA had put together on paper, but it wasn’t the ‘bigger’ names […]
A good promotion can sneak up on you. Over the past four years, BCMMA has grown into something of a subtle behemoth. They’ve always had a focus on amateurs and up-and-comers, but presumably with their growth has come opportunities just too good to turn down.
Prior to Warrior Fight Series 5, we gave you five things to watch. In hindsight, we were pretty much on the money.
Patience can be a virtue. We at The Phantom Knee held back on writing a preview for today’s Warrior Fight Series 5 show, going down at York Hall, Bethnal Green. Something told us not to pull the trigger until after the weigh-ins. We’re glad we did.
I awake from my first full night of restful sleep this week. Every other night this week has been disrupted by hunger pangs and bouts of nervousness. Praise be to whatever fictional deity you want, my children have let me sleep past 7. I know Grandma is coming to pick them up in an hour, so I make a pan of honey and banana porridge, all the while realising the next time I see them I could have a horribly battered face.
When The Phantom Knee first started out, it was little more than a Facebook page and some sassy comments.
Flicking through social media while relaxing in a reputable coffee shop, I caught a tweet linked to Facebook. I’m nosy, I love a bit of gossip, so I clicked on it. What I read was a surprise. It was an post from UK heavyweight Mark ‘The Hand of’ Godbeer announcing he’ll no longer be fighting and his time with this sport has come to a premature end.
Win or lose, Miguel Haro wasn’t going home with the BCMMA featherweight title. Having failed to make the […]