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The main card includes two title bouts, with 'Meatball' Molly McCann fighting for the World Flyweight title, Middleweight champion Lee Chadwick defending his belt and hometown hero Paddy 'The Baddy' making his long-awaited return to the octagon.
However, Thipe said in an interview that the bout was tough, adding that he then realised that his opponent could not handle his power, and he capitalised on that.
Bout was a former Russian spy who built a PS5billion empire selling weapons to warlords and terrorists who used them to kill millions.
In the second bout of the night, it was up to Maratha Yoddhas' Mahesh Digari to cut down the lead for his team as he faced Basant Thapa from the North East Tigers in the Welter Weight category.
After my bouts' success, my promoters are exploring possibilities for my first pro bout in India.
2001: M Ryder (Gus Robinson) 30kg no bouts; L Clary (South Shields) 35kg 2 bouts 1 win; S McAuley (Bishop Auckland) 35kg 11 bouts won 8; E Stonehouse (Spennymoor) 39kg 8 bouts won 4; J Lepoidevin (Aycliffe) 45kg 10 bouts won 8; O Watson (Dunston) 53kg 3 bouts won 3.
As applicable to the strength gains, the cross-transfer effect have been proposed as plausible for the protection against muscle damage after a first bout of damaging exercise to a contra lateral muscle.
Bout ran an air cargo business in Sharjah in the 1980s and it is suspected that he used it as a front for his illegal arms trade.
The documents indicate that Bout had been trying to expand his operations in Libya.
WASHINGTON: For nearly two decades, Viktor Bout ruled an empire of the air.
Alla Bout, the wife of suspected Russian illegal arms dealer Viktor Bout, has spoken in Bangkok of her disappointment at the actions of the Thai government.
Bout, a Russian national, arrived in New York on Wednesday to face charges in the US, after Thailand backed a US request for his extradition following a long legal battle.