By Arran East
Fightstar Championship 23 is upon us, a stacked card from top to bottom filled with renowned professionals and up-and-coming amateurs from all four corners of the country.
Raj Singh and his team at Fightstar Championship are regarded as one of the best on the UK regional scene. Giving amateurs a safe place to get much needed cage time and a safe environment to do so.
Fightstar Championship joined forces with EMMAA back in July of last year, evidence that Fightstar’s main objective is the safety of their fighters above all else.
EMMAA Vice-President, Paul Reed, had a message for the Fightstar team and participants of the evening:
“Good luck to Raj and the team at Fightstar for their show on Saturday. They always deliver a high-quality show and support the standards set out within the affiliate show process.
A quick mention also to EMMAA squad member and world bronze medalist Jordan Molinari who has been an important and influential part of the team for his bout on Fightstar.
Have a great show guys and thanks for the cooperation and support and to all the athletes and teams competing we wish you the best of skill.”
Fightstar Championship 23 will be located at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre on March 11th, and looks to set the sky ablaze with the sound of violence once again. As a regular to this action-packed organisation’s trips to London, I highly recommend you grab your tickets ASAP, as there are limited numbers available.
As previously mentioned by Paul, amongst this incredible line-up, will be EMMAA representative Jordan Molinari, who recently captured a bronze medal at the IMMAF World Championships in Serbia, taking on Sabir Hussein on the main card.
Head over to the Fightstar Championship website to grab your spot.
Doors will open at 5 pm and the first fight kicks off at 6 pm.
Unable to make the trip to the capital? Fight Ticket will be exclusively streaming the barn burner of an event for only £12.99.
Check out the incredible line up for FSC 23 below 👇🏻
FSC Lightweight Championship Bout
Stefano Catacoli 5-1-0 (GB Top Team) vs. Nathan Rose 7-4-0 (London Shootfighters)
Paulo Oliveira 4-3-0 (Associacao Monterio) vs. Muhidin Abubakar 3-1-0 (ESKF)
FSC Heavyweight Championship Bout
Erwan Bresson 3-0-0 (MMA Factory, Paris) vs. Shah Kamali 4-0-0 (Fightzone London)
FSC Bantamweight Championship Bout
Harry Myers 7-3-0 (Sheppey Fight Academy) vs. Kashaan Khan 6-3-0 (Apex Army MMA)
FSC Flyweight Championship Bout
Malik Basahel 6-1-1 (AVT) vs. Vadimas Gaizutis 8-2-0 (GB Top Team)
Jordan Molinari 5-5-0 (Combat Sports Academy) vs. Sabir Hussein 3-1-0 (ESKF)
Zach Maunder 1-0-1 (GB Top Team) vs Kenirujan Suthakaran 2-3-0 (New Wave Academy)
Nicolo Bilardo 3-0-0 (GB Top Team) vs. Imran Hassan 2-1-0 (ESKF)
Delffy Humer 3-0-0 (GB Top Team) vs. Bobby Chikavhu 1-0-0 (London Shootfighters)
Mantas Smailys 5-2-0 (Fighter House) vs. Connor Patterson 4-0-0 (GB Top Team)
Callum Deakin 2-1-0 (Intensity MMA) vs. Krystian Wojcik 2-0-0 (New Wave Academy)
Hadi Khan 1-0-0 (Apex Army MMA) vs. Jonathan Davison 2-0-0 (Street Martial Arts Club)
Louis Clarke 3-4-0 (Rough Diamonds MMA) vs. Sam Welch 4-4-0 (GB Top Team)
Javed Uryakhel 1-0-0 (London MMA Warriors) vs. Mitchell Powell 0-0-0 (Rogue MMA)
Joseph Kelleher 0-0-0 (Carlson Gracie London) vs. Lewis Mclelland 2-0-0 (Rough Diamonds MMA)
Joe Pryor 0-0-0 (Carlson Gracie London) vs. Fillipo Chiereghin 0-0-0 (London Grapple)
Kiri Dauti 1-0-0 (Novo BJJ) vs. Michal Chojnacki 1-3-0 (Rough Diamonds MMA)
Alex Ozga 0-0-0 (Carlson Gracie London) vs. Will Fox 0-0-0 (Novo BJJ)
Yacine Sifi 0-0-0 (Team Crossface) vs. Antonio Carvalho 1-0-0 (New Wave Academy)
Shakh Mutalimov 0-0-0 (London Fight Factory) vs. Bilal Hotak 1-0-0 (London MMA Warriors)