Cian Cowley vs. David Khalsa set for BAMMA 29

Cian Cowley vs. David Khalsa set for BAMMA 29

Pro debuts a-go-go as Irish Thai Boxing Sensation Cian Cowley takes on David Khalsa as they both make their Pro debuts at BAMMA 29: McDermott Vs. Wolf. Tickets for BAMMA 29: McDermott Vs. Wolf are on sale now.

“BAMMA is known for producing some of the most remarkable athletes, colourful characters, and memorable fights on UK soil, and fans are going to be super excited about what is yet to come in 2017. BAMMA 29 sees the hugely talented Chris Miah make his eagerly anticipated return, and the supporting card is packed with engaging and intriguing bouts.” – Jude Samuel BAMMA Matchmaker

Hugely popular Irish fighter Cian Cowley makes his long awaited pro debut in Birmingham at BAMMA 29. The former Thai Boxer faces Birmingham’s David Khalsa, a popular local fighter who always comes to fight. In what will likely be a dynamic big hitting bout, this will be one that will have the fans in attendance and the ones watching online on their feet as the action unfolds.

Cian Cowley (Pro Debut) needs little introduction in his home country of Ireland. The Dubliner has long been touted as the next big thing coming out of SBG Ireland. Under the tutelage of John Kavanagh, Cowley has put his extensive Thai Boxing to good use within the cage. After narrowly missing out on the IMMAF World finals last year due to an injury picked up in the quarter finals, Cowley is now set to take the Lightweight professional ranks by storm.

David Khalsa (Pro Debut) is a brawler who always comes to fight. Fighting all of his amateur career in or around Birmingham, Khalsa is set to bring his crowd pleasing style to the pro ranks as he once more brings his hometown support out to roar on the RPMMA standout.

BAMMA 29: McDermott Vs. Wolf takes place at the Genting Arena, Birmingham 12th May 2017. Tickets are on sale now from The Ticket Factory or via the following link


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Alastair Magee

Recent Journalism graduate with a passion for covering martial arts. Giving amateur and professional fighters in Ireland the coverage they deserve.

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