Chadd Collins will jet to Perth from Gold Coast to take on Parviz Iskenderov in the WKN Australian championship on Saturday 21st May.
Chadd Collins, 20, is a first string Australia’s super-lightweight muay thai-boxer from Gold Coast, Qld. He states the record of 41 bouts with 33 wins. Over the years Collins fought across Australia and appeared on such mega shows as ‘Total Carnage’. Among everything Collins states a notable victory over Kurtis Staiti, who was the only Australian in the finals of 2015 Royal World Cup in Bangkok, Thailand. Collins aka ‘Rattles’ is an all around intense fighter who is considered as the current Top 3 super-lightweight athletes in the country.
Parviz Iskenderov, 29, is a Belarus-born living in Perth, Australia muaythai fighter. He is experienced in over sixty bouts with, among everything, the notable win over internationally renowned Australian Mark Sarracino. Iskenderov has run a stretch winning streak since 2013, except of a flick loss to Tyler Hardcastle, who he then stopped in their rematch.
Highly regarded Collins is coming to Perth to prove his leading position in Australian super-lightweight category and bring prestigious WKN belt back to Gold Coast. Iskenderov, who has been one of the key elements to promote Australian fighters internationally for the last seven years, aims to prove he still has no problems in conquering elite generation, as well as become a true champion of the country that became his new home.
The Collins v Iskenderov WKN Australian championship will go ahead at five by three minute rounds under the full Muay Thai rules. The title has been previously held by Bevan O’Malley of Sunshine Coast, Qld who had beaten Brisbane’s Jimmy Urwin at 2013 Total Carnage IV fight night in Gold Coast, Qld. O’Malley vacated the title by moving into a heavier division as well as switching to MMA.
The Collins v Iskenderov championship is set for the semi-main event of outstanding Nemesis 11 fight night on Saturday 21st May in Perth, WA. The headliner will see Australia’s best middleweight Toby ‘The Weapon’ Smith fighting French expert Johane Beausejour. The show includes Western Australian Ricardo Pisaneschi taking on Benny Mahoney from Queensland in the WKN welterweight Australian championship as well as a the WKN state title fight between Gareth Smith and Jeremy Firth. The gala is beautified by two female muaythai bouts with local Emma Graham and Kim Townsend featuring WA’s Whitney Tuna facing Shauna Moran from Qld.
You ain't got better things to do on Saturday 21 May in Perth. Period. pic.twitter.com/yufS5sAF2s
— Parviz Iskenderov (@parviziskender) April 22, 2016
To date revealed Nemesis 11 fight card looks as the following.
WKN Intercontinental Super Fight / Muay Thai / Middleweight / 5x3mn
Toby ‘The Weapon’ Smith v Johane Beausejour (France)
Western Australia v Queensland
WKN Australian Championship / Muay Thai / Super-lightweight / 5x3mn
Parviz Iskenderov (Western Australia) v Chadd Collins (Queensland)
WKN Australian Championship / Muay Thai / Welterweight / 5x3mn
Ricardo Pisaneschi (Western Australia) v Benny Mahoney (Queensland)
Interstate Female Muay Thai Bout / Flyweight / 5x2mn
Whitney Tuna (Western Australia) v Shauna Moran (Queensland)
WKN Western Australian Championship / Muay Thai / Super-featherweight / 5x2mn
Gareth ‘G Train’ Smith (WA) v Jeremy ‘Fireball’ Firth (WA)
State Female Muay Thai Bout / Flyweight / 5x2mn
Emma Graham (WA) v Kim Townsend (WA)
Nemesis 11 fight night is held on Saturday 21st May 2016 at Kingsway Indoor Stadium – 130 Kingsway, Madeley, WA 6065.