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BAMMA 6 Main Card Starts of Slow, But Ends with a Bang!

The British Association of Mixed Martial Arts held it’s sixth event today at the Wembley Arena in London, England. The 14-bout fight card was topped off with the main card that featured three fights filled with MMA Veterans.

BAMMA 6: Kong vs. Ninja to Stream a Fight on Facebook

BAMMA 6 is just over a week away and the final preparations are being made for the 16 bout fight card taking place at Wembley Arena in London. Following the news that “The Voice” Michael Schiavello would be leading the commentary team, BAMMA today released the full BAMMA 6 viewing schedule.

Check out How Tom Watson Won the BAMMA Middleweight Title

Tom “Kong” Watson is set to defend his BAMMA middleweight title against Murilo ”Ninja” Rua at BAMMA 6 on May 21st. Check out how he captured the title back at BAMMA 4 in the ”most watched MMA fight in UK history” against Alex Reid.

BAMMA Announces Complete Fight Card for BAMMA 6

The leading Mixed Martial Artist promotion in Europe, British Association of Mixed Martial Arts finalized their BAMMA 6 card titled “Kong vs. Ninja” which takes place at the Wembley Arena in London on Saturday May 21st.

Headlined by a BAMMA middleweight championship bout between Tom “Kong” Watson (13-4) defending his belt for the second time against MMA veteran Murilo “Ninja” Rua (20-11-1).  Watson retained his BAMMA title in his last fight at BAMMA 4 by defeating Alex Reid by Unanimous decision. After winning four in a row, Rua lost his last bout against a heavy (weighted 5.5 lbs. heavy) Roy Boughton last October.  

Frank Trigg confirmed at BAMMA 6 Will Face John Phillips

After being rumored to be part of next month’s BAMMA 6 card, Frank Trigg’s involvement on the card was made official yesterday and his opponent was also named. “Twinkle Toes” will be facing the very heavy-handed John “The White Mike Tyson” Phillips. 

Impact FC 2 results

Last night was a delightfully exciting big name Mixed Martial Arts Card taking place in Sydney Australia with many well know Pride, UFC, and Dream veterans.  It was one of those things the MMA elitist fans were drooling over and the card defiantly delivered a wild and exciting thrill ride for us all. The event was packed with all sorts of finishes and only 2 of 10 fights even made it to the third round, and only one to decision.

The first three fights were prelims and were not broadcasted; here are the quick results;