The Big Ben sets the time for John Wayne Parr v Pavlos Kaponis to square the differences this Saturday 11th June in London, England.
The John Wayne Parr v Pavlos Kaponis challenge headlines the fifth edition of Muay Thai Grand Prix at London’s O2 Arena. The five by three minutes rounds international muaythai bout is, as much or as little, what a healthy development of the Art of Eight Limbs requires in the UK. There is no championship on the line.
Indeed, ‘Gunslinger’ Parr has already earned 10 world titles during the last 24 years of fighting. For Kaponis it is more of a jump in ranking, since he is fighting a real muaythai celebrity, rather than a fight for a strap.
The official tale of the tape states 124 fights with 93 wins behind the belt of Australian John Wayne Parr. Greek athlete Pavlos Kaponis succeed in 55 out of 64 total bouts.
In the latest challenge in March Parr fought New Zealand’s Bradley Riddell at Caged Muay Thai show on the Gold Coast, Qld.
The highlight of Kaponis indicates his WKN European title win last December at the Battle 15 in Athens, Greece against now former-champion from Italy Cristian Zahe.
Channel 244 will televeise the John Wayne Parr v Pavlos Kaponis bout live for UK viewers. International broadcast is set on Pay-Per-View via FightLiveTV.