Middleweight (u185lbs) Amateur MMA
Mike Clarke 1.0.0. (Genesis) vs Cameron Hale 1.0.0. (Wassmuffin)
It was a rollercoaster build-up to Cameron Hale’s MMA debut at Shock N Awe 30 when he had a pull out on fight week. Luckily we saw Gym 01’s Charlie Hatton step up on three days notice after two weeks in Ibiza for his birthday (legend) to save the day.
The fight itself was thrilling from the first bell with Hatton going for broke but Cameron kept his composure, he dropped Hatton with a beautiful shot and followed up with a slick submission win. Now Cameron faces Shock N Awe debutante Mike Clarke in what looks like a perfect match on paper.
Both are undefeated, both have heavy hands and that normally is the perfect ingredient’s to make a fight. The question is who will be staying unbeaten when the dust settles on March 28th?
Tickets are available now HERE
and are priced as follows.
Stalls Unreserved Seating £35 – Set amongst the fighter entrance and with two massive viewing screens along with an uninterrupted view there really is no better value for money seat.
Circle Unreserved Seating £45 – On the balcony looking directly at the cage and two massive screens, these have always proved to be the most popular seat.
VIP Floor Table £450 – Seats 10 and comes with buffet served halfway through the evening and access to your own VIP bar.
VIP Cageside Unreserved Seating £75 (SOLD OUT) – The front row just a few feet away from the action. With a VIP bar located on the stage amongst the VIP seats and just four VIP tables, these premium seats really are worth the money.
VIP Cageside Table £750 – Seating up to 10 people, with a buffet served during the interval and your own VIP bar it is no wonder these tables are the first to sell out. As it stands, there is only one remaining so be quick if you want the best view in the house.