International kickboxing: The Usual Suspects 3 at Queens Hall Newtownards
The Usual Suspects 3

International kickboxing returns to Northern Ireland.

A former four-time world champion Billy Murray presents the night of international kickboxing this Sunday in Newtownards. The Usual Suspects 3 is set for another spectacular “made-in ProKick” event held at Queen’s Hall.

The main program is a six-fight bill. The local competitors face off the opponents representing Switzerland, Italy and Ireland.

Karate-Queen out of Belfast, Cathy McAleer battles out in the headliner of the show. The World Kickboxing Network bantamweight champion in Full Contact takes on a Muay Thai specialist Beatrice Marcialis. The latter represents Sardinia, a large Italian island in the Mediterranean sea. The contest is a four-round super flyweight bout in K-1 kickboxing.

A four-round super lightweight contest between Swiss Killian Emery and Rytis Danuiles of Ireland is the second bout from the top. Also on the card a super flyweight clash between Rowena Bolt of Northern Ireland and Julia Chatellier of Switzerland. In addition a bantamweight challenge between the representative of the country-host Charlene Best and Loris Lacroix of Swtizerland.

The opening of the show is a series of the light contact matches among juniors. Earlier this week the promotion revealed a complete main card that can be found below.

Super flyweight: Cathy McAleer vs. Beatrice Marcialis
Super lightweight: Killian Emery vs. Rytis Danuiles
Super flyweight: Rowena Bolt vs. Julia Chatellier
Bantamweight: Charlene Best vs. Lorie Lacroix
Super middleweight: Henry Moore vs. Thomas Poulain
Featherweight: Grace Goody vs. Natalie Parkins Delaney

The previous edition, The Usual Suspects 2 was held in February. The promotion reflects The Usual Suspects (1995) movie.

Parviz Iskenderov
Parviz Iskenderov is a Muay Thai 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. Iskenderov is also the World Kickboxing Network (WKN) international coordinator for Australia.


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