Dee challenges for world amateur title

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CREGGAN kickboxer, Dee McGuinness headlines one of the most exciting kickboxing shows ever to be staged in the North West when he challenges for the ISKA World Amateur Welterweight title at the Clanree Hotel tomorrow night.

The Paddy Toland’s Gym clubman is the current ISKA Irish Amateur Light Welterweight champion and will step up in weight to challenge for the prestigious title at the Letterkenny venue.

A large crowd is expected as the best of the North West’s kickboxers are in action in both kickboxing and K1 discipline.

Derry’s three-time World professional kickboxing champion, Daniel “Pinta” Quigley will fight at K1 rules for the first time and world Super-Welterweight champion, Aidan “Lights Out” Lafferty will fight an ISKA International Professional Light Middleweight title fight.

Donegal’s three time women’s world professional Kickboxing champion Natalie “The Blade” McCarron, will also fight a professional International fight.

Current ISKA Junior champion, St Johnston lad, Damien “Kid Dynamite” Duddy will fight for the European Junior title.

“Gentleman” Jim Ramsey will fight for the Irish amateur K1 (low kick) title and the ever exciting K1 professional fighter, Vaidus Natkus, will fight for the Irish Professional K1 Middleweight title.

PRO for PT’s gym, Sean McGill said that this will be the biggest ever fight show to be held in the north west.

“Credit must be given to the 2011 ISKA world promoter of the year Paddy Toland,” said Sean.

“Each and every show he puts on just keeps getting better, and this show will be a testament to all the hard work he has put into promoting kickboxing and K1 fighting in Ireland.”

Fight fans will be in for an added treat on the show with several K1 title fights which include low kicks as well as high kicks and knees. It promises to be a night of entertainment, not to be missed.”

For ticket details contact the Clanree Hotel on 00353749124369 or 00353860596973.