Domination 19 Muay Thai Perth weigh-ins
Muay Thai Domination 19: Cameron Bulley vs. Stephan Lottering

Muay Thai event Domination 19 takes place at Serpentine Jarrahdale Recreation Centre in Byford, WA on Saturday October 28 live on pay-per-view. The event continues the series of the world-class promotions by Pure Adrenaline Events. Over the years the organization has held numerous shows in Perth, featuring the likes of Nathan “Carnage” Corbett, Pavel Zhuravlev, John Wayne Parr.

The upcoming event is arguably the best show in Western Australia for 2017, which marks the return of “The Weapon” Toby Smith when he faces the interstate competitor Charlie Bubb of New South Wales. In addition, the fight card includes the four-man lightweight tournament, as well as three WKN State championships challenged by the leading Western Australian athletes in their respective weight classes.

At the official weigh-in ceremony conducted on Friday, Smith showed 76.1 kg. Bubb was 76 kg.

Jordan Godtfredsen faces Watchara Rattanachot aka “Duk” in one of the semi-finals of the eliminator. The representative of Kao Sok Muay Thai Gym weighed in at 63.4 kg. His opponent showed 62.9 kg. In the second semi final Roy Wills (63.7) takes on Ben Cant (63.4).

Among the title bouts, middleweight Stephan Lottering (75) goes up against Cameron Bulley (74.8). Flyweight Emma Rae Graham (53.6) faces Nicola Callander (53.3). Kerriane McKay and Liz Earp challenge for featherweight belt, with both fighters showing 59.7 kg. The full fight card and weigh-in results can be found below.

Domination 19 fight card

Main card
Middleweight Toby Smith (76.1) vs. Charlie Bubb (76)
Lightweight tournament semi-final B: Jordan Godtfredsen (63.4) vs. Watchara Rattanachot (62.9)
Lightweight tournament semi-final A. Roy Wills (63.7) vs. Ben Cant (63.4)
Middleweight Stephan Lottering (75) vs. Cameron Bulley (74.8)
Flyweight Emma Rae Graham (53.6) vs. Nicola Callander (53.3)
Featherweight Kerriane McKay (59.7) vs. Liz Earp (59.7)

Lightweight Barrie Oliver (63.4) vs. Ben Worsfold (63.4)
Super lightweight Mick Ogrady (67) vs. Tyler Hardcastle (66.9)
Super lightweight Leo Nguyen (67) vs. Jake Hickey (68.6)
Lightweight Dave Flanagan (63.3) vs. Murray Brockman (63.4)
Welterweight Dillon Langdon (68.4) vs. Mitch Impelmans (70)

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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