WKN Intercontinental title is on the line this Sunday (June 23) at Clayton Hotel in Belfast, where Billy Murray presents the next edition of international kickboxing “made-in Prokick”. The contest features local Johnny “Swift” Smith, representing Europe, up against Korean Lee Ji Hoon, representing Asia. The pair of welterweights squares off in the scheduled for five rounds championship bout under oriental rules. The event marks the second visit of World Kickboxing Network to Northern Ireland this year.
On Saturday the organization announced a finalized lineup comprising 12 matchups. In addition to the main event competitors, the roster includes local and international participants coming from Scotland and Ireland. The fight card includes a series of bouts under oriental rules, kickboxing low kick and Full Contact.
Among the matchups, Salman Shariati takes on Eric McCormack in the scheduled for three rounds 75 kg catchweight bout. Mickey Shield faces Aubrey Tarr in a three-round 66 kg catchweight battle. In addition, Jay Snodden meets Raafat Kojok in 58 kg encounter, and Grace Goody squares off against Molly Concannon in 56 kg women’s kickboxing bout.
— World Kickboxing Network (@WKNkickboxing) June 22, 2019
The Prokick ‘Back at the Clayton’ Sunday-Fight Special in Belfast, Northern Ireland is the second back-to-back championship event that World Kickboxing Network presents this weekend. It follows Invictus Arena 26 taking place tonight (June 22) in Rome, Italy featuring a pair of WKN International title bouts.
The complete lineup for Prokick: Back at the Clayton can be found below.
Welterweight Johnny Smith vs. Lee Ji Hoon
75 kg Salman Shariati vs. Eric McCormack
66 kg Mickey Shield vs. Aubrey Tarr
58 kg Jay Snodden vs. Raafat Kojok
56 kg Grace Goody vs. Molly Concannon
64 kg Alex Ekhtiyari vs. Gary Fraser
63 kg James Braniff vs. Ryan Wallace
65 kg Shane Weir vs. Cathal Dunne
58 kg Adam Braniff vs. Dylan Murphy
80 kg Reza Davies vs. David McCormack
100 kg Jonathan McIlveen vs. Stuart Hacket
82 kg Saeed Moradi vs. Eamon Boland