Fight 1 Jason Lea vs Nathan Lewis. Lea won via knees, second round
Fight 2 Alan Walkington vs Von Badato. Walkington won via points
Fight 3 Kalid Ahmed vs Yoshi Ueda. Ueda won via points
Fight 4 Yusha Ozhan vs Mike Demetriou. Demetriou won via points
Fight 5 Sophie Hudson vs Tabitha Jaskolski. Hudson won via points
Fight 6 Chris Garner vs Wes Capper. Drew
Fight 7 Steve Bonner vs Shane Tilyard. Bonner won 1st round KO
Fight 8 Jason Lea vs Alan Walkington. Lea won via points
Fight 9 Yoshi Ueda vs Michael Demetriou. Ueda won points after extra round
Fight 10 Marco Tentori vs Daniel Smyrk. Tentori won on points
Fight 11 Jason Lea wins 8 man tournament
March 27, 2010 marks a major event in Perth, Western Australia as Australian Muay Thai Promotions (Phon Martdee)
& WBC Muay Thai Battle Collossal IX (9) presents
The Championship sees eight of Australia’s elite 67 kilogram division fighters battling it out in a knock out round-robin competition. The overall winner recieving a ticket to Thailand to face off against 16 of the world’s best fighters in “Thai Fight”, as well as the impressive new Battle Collossal Champion’s belt.
“Thai Fight” a concept developed by major Bangkok’s premier promotors and Thai TV3 is dishing out a whopping THB 2,000,000 (AUD$66,000) to the winner as well as a modelling/acting career with one of the show’s major sponsors. As well as 1,000,000 for the runner up.
Battle Collossal 9 is to be staged at the 27 million dollar modern sporting complex Curtin Stadium, located on the Curtin University campus in Bentley, just south of Perth.
Also on the card is the long awaited title bout between current champion Marco ‘Machine Gun’ Tentori and challenger Daniel ‘The Vice’ Smyrk from Victoria in a WBC National Title Defence.Photograph of David vs Marco
‘The Pride of Ireland’ Eoin O’Droma takes on Victoria’s Tyson Forlino, who has been training under the watchful eye of legend Santiennoi in Thailand.
Upcoming Battle Collossal star Chris ‘Iron Fist’ Garner will be defending his State title crown against Perth’s Wes ‘The Decapitator’ Capper.
The Super Heavyweight Steve Bonner fighting for the Super heavyweight WBC national title against Bruce Macfie’s superforce Shane Tilyard.