Fightstar Championship 25 review

Fightstar Championship 25 review

The dust has settled on a night of pure unadulterated organised violence at the Indigo at the O2 for Fightstar Championship’s 10th anniversary, a night that will forever stand out in Fightstars illustrious history and echo across the remainder of 2023 for all in attendance.


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Filled with excitement from some of the UK’s biggest rising amateur stars, to well rounded professional combatants the best gyms in the country have to offer. The dedication by all involved showed just why FSC is one of the leading regional promotions in the country.


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It was such a pleasure to have been behind the scenes to witness how the show ticks. From the professionalism shown by the dedicated EMMAA team, the exceptional judges making sure the scores were just, to the phenomenal commentary. Many in attendance including myself, hope that this is not the last we see of Fightstar Championship at the Indigo at the O2.



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40 warriors, 20 action packed bouts made up Fightstar Championship 25. Champions were crowned, including GB Top Team’s Connor Patterson at Featherweight, and ESKF’s Muhidin Abubakar at Flyweight in the Main-Event. Returning Champions defended their straps in blood soaked honour including New Wave Academy’s Jonas Grace at Welterweight and Fightzone London’s Shah Kamali at Heavyweight.


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Full results can be found here.


Whether you’re a fan of the brutal yet exhilarating world of Mixed Martial Arts, or a coach looking to place your fighters in a secure and safe environment, I couldn’t recommend Fightstar Championship enough. 10 years so far, with a milestone reached, I have no doubt that they will continue to strive and solidify themselves as one of the world’s leading MMA promotions.


Head over to the Fightstar Championship website here, for all the latest news and upcoming cards, as a frequent visitor to the show, I can promise you that you will not ever be disappointed.


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