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BAMMA 34 ‘Lohore vs. Brazier’ Preview

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This Friday sees BAMMA take over the Wembley SSE Arena with a stacked card of MMA action.

The card has two titles on the line, as well as big draw names such as, Colin “Freakshow” Fletcher, of TUF: The Smashes, fame also competing.

In the main event of the evening, Alex Lohore takes on Terry Brazier in a welterweight clash that is sure to be an exciting fight. Lohore comes in with a 14-1 record, finishing his last 5 fights within the distance, while comes in on a seven fight win streak, finishing his last fight via submission against Walter Gahazda. The title is to unify the welterweight titles.

RDX champion Tim Barnett aims to beat Rhys “Skeletor” McKee to take the vacant BAMMA Lightweight title. Barnett is 5-0 and has won finished all five of his fights, four by KO/TKO and one by submission, whilst Mckee has been billed as a top prospect in British MMA, with a 6-1-1 record, with his only loss coming to Barnett via first round TKO at Bamma 28.

In the evenings heavyweight clash, “Chopper” Chi Lewis-Parry faces off against Stav “Crazy Bear” Economou for the BAMMA interim heavyweight title.

Lewis-Parry comes in to the cage with a 6-0 record, finishing all of his fights, barring one no contest, whilst Economou comes in with a 18-5 record, and more fight time as a result. Only time will tell who will take home the belt.

Colin “Freakshow” Fletcher aims to get back to winning ways following a decision loss to Anthony Dizy at Bamma 33, whilst Walter Gahazda aims to end his losing streak, following losses to Terry Brazier and Nathan Jones in his last two fights.

At 8-3, Steve O’Keefe looks to put another fight in the win column when he takes on Martyn Harris in a featherweight bout.

O’Keefe comes in as the much more experienced fighter and on a high of two wins in a row, as he takes on Harris who looks to come back better than ever after a loss to Hakon Foss at Cage Warriors 81. Harris will be a tough challenge for O’keefe, as three of his four wins have come via submission.

What are your predictions for BAMMA 34? Let me know by tweeting me @Cobleyreporting.

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