With seven knockout world title bouts, with seven countries participants, the Lords of the Ring fight night is a dazzling silver jubilee of kickboxing world championship in Belfast on September 13th.

The event will mark the 25th anniversary of the night when Billy Murray, promoter of this show, became a world professional kickboxing champion for the first time in his career.

In 1989 Billy Murray claimed the title of the World champion from American Richard Hill who was unbeatable until then.

This time, 25 years since then, the event will be headline by Billy Murray’s most eminent student, Gary Hamilton.

Gary Hamilton has been fighting for the last twenty years, coached and managed by Billy Murray in their famous ProKick gym in Belfast.

Gary Hamilton will take on a two-time current kickboxing world champion Sam Allan from Scotland in his 12 Rounds Decider challenge. Sam Allan is the first athlete to unify the ISKA and WKA titles and he now wants to add renowned WKN belt to his collection.

On the night of September 13, Ulster Hall in Bellfast will be the capital of kickboxing in Europe, bringing together competitors from even countries: Northern Ireland, Scotland, Slovakia, Morocco, Turkey, Germany, France.

The SEVEN knockout kickboxing world championships bouts are sanctioned by the World-leading federation the W.K.N.

The event is beautified by three female kickboxing title bouts featuring Northern Ireland’s ‘LadyKillers’ along with Belfast’s popular Darren McMullan and Johnny Smith in their anticipated matches.

The notable addition to the Lords of the Ring  fight night will be the attendance of the World Kickboxing Network president himself, Stephane Cabrera.

Fight Card

WKN Professional Light welterweight world title 64,4kg
Full-Contact rules. 12×2 min rounds
Gary Hamilton (Northern Ireland) Vs Sam Allan (Scotland)

WKN Amateur Welterweight world title 66.7 kg / woman
Low-Kick rules. 5×2 min rounds
Samantha Robb (Northern Ireland) Vs Sona ?eredejova (Slovakia)

WKN Amateur Lightweight world title 54.9 kg / woman
K1 Style Oriental rules. 5×2 min rounds
Cathy McAleer (Northern Ireland) Vs Fadma Basrir (Morocco / France)

WKN Amateur Lightweight world title 58,5 kg / woman
Full-Contact rules. 5×2 min rounds
Ursula Agnew (Northern Ireland) Vs Ivana Miklašova (Slovakia)

WKN Amateur Light-heavyweight world title 79.4 kg
K1 Style Oriental rules. 5×2 min rounds
Alex Ciocoi (Northern Ireland) Vs Mumun Batur (Turkey)

WKN Amateur Middleweight world title 76,4 kg
K1 Style Oriental rules. 5×2 min rounds
Darren McMullan (Northern Ireland) Vs David Washs (Germany)

WKN Amateur Super-welterweight world title 69.9 kg
K1 Style Oriental rules. 5×2 min rounds
Johnny Smith (Northern Ireland Vs Hakim Ketaieb (France)

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Parviz Iskenderov
Parviz Iskenderov is a muaythai fighter from Perth, Australia. He is a former national champion of Belarus, and also a finalist of IFMA European Cup. He is an editor and journalist at FIGHTMAG. He covers national and world news. Iskenderov is also the WKN (World Kickboxing Network) international coordinator for Australia.