KTMMA 4 adds ‘knock-out’ Featherweight Championship Tournament to the Porchester Hall card
Following hot on the heels of KTMMA 4’s explosive Welterweight tournament comes the announcement that four more World class fighters will feature in a Featherweight equivalent that is set to dramatically raise the bar once more for the Combat sport of the 21st Century. KTMMA veterans Josh Palmer and Dean Garnett are joined by debutant Chase Morton and, continuing the Chinese connection from KTMMA 3, Bai Eerdungang, a multiple champion noted for his boxing skill.
Urban Kings Josh Palmer is a KTMMA fan favourite and was unbeaten with the organisation until he lost by decision against the Chinese star Wang Guan at KTMMA3. Palmer is known for his devastating Muay Thai striking ability and has vast experience at International level but more importantly is now also training consistently in MMA as he embraces the unique KTMMA rules set and this, coupled with his desire to get straight back to winning ways, will make him a real threat on the night.
Dean Garnett, Liverpool Vale Tudo was more successful at KTMMA 3 as he beat Yao Honggang under KTMMA rules. Many thought he would have to wait until round 2 and the full MMA rules which he favours but the Liverpool fighter saw his striking ability finish the bout in dramatic fashion a round early! Garnett comes into this tournament on the back of an unblemished perfect record and with the knockout ability shown at KTMMA 3 added to his undoubted MMA skills must be seen as a favourite to go all the way.
Completing the English contingent will be Chase Morton, a very dangerous man to add to the mix as he has lost only once in his last six outings with only one of his victories going the distance, the rest finishing by way of devastating KO. Chase has fought for the biggest domestic organisations and will feel very comfortable under KTMMA rules which makes him a real contender especially given the 83% KO ratio he brings with him.
Then finally there is the unknown quantity, Bai Eerdungang from China, the 20 year old who holds domestic titles at 65 and 70k and a Golden Belt as a ,Boxer King.’ What makes this four man tournament so exciting and unpredictable is that all four men carry knock-out power and boast excellent stand-up skills, so the question that will be on everyone’s lips is-what happens when if we reach round 2 and the pure MMA? This question will be answered emphatically on the 17th October at the Porchester Hall as one of these men further enhances his career as the KTMMA Featherweight tournament champion. Light the fuse and step back!Tickets are now on sale here!