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Llandudno's Egan, who has 24 wins from 39 fights is the current Welsh, British and European WUMA Champion as well as the ISKA 4 Nations Champion and Goldenbelt Professional Super Welterweight British Champion, and will be looking to add the WBC belt to his collection.
However, it was Egan who adds the ISKA Four Nations Kickboxing title to the British Golden Belt Hardcore Rules, European WUMA, British WUMA and Welsh WUMA titles.
The 12-year-old St Thomas More pupil has accomplished eyecatching success, including World Union of Martial Arts (WUMA) triumphs such as the 155cm Advanced Light Continuous Sparring, International Champion 40kgs Grapple & Strike, World Cup Junior Champion Grapple & Strike and the World Cup 12-years Champion at Chinese Forms advanced.
SCORPIONS Kickboxing Club based in Bridgend, Porthcawl and Llantrisant, attended the WUMA International Open tournament in Worcester.
She took the winning titles at the Midlands Open Championship, the WUMA Welsh Open, the North Welsh Open and English Open before claiming the WUMA European Championship 2008 title at Worcester, which she will fight to retain this weekend.
The event, sanctioned by the World United Martial Arts Association (WUMA), will take the ring at the Temple Park Leisure Centre in South Shields.
HANDSWORTH-based Sunny Hira pulled out all the stops to win kickboxing's WUMA world super-featherweight title in Belfast.
Hannah Sivills (Scorpio) stripped the WUMA 65kg English title from worthy champion Lauren Garbett of Saxon Academy in Birmingham as her fitness and strength came to the fore over five rounds.
NORTH Walian Michael Egan fights for the vacant WUMA (World United Martial Arts) Regional Championship against Lee Bryan of Birmingham on Saturday, February 25 Egan, the current British WUMA champion, will take on up-and-coming prospect Bryan at MMA and kickboxing showcase "Battle of the Bay", at Eirias Park in Colwyn Bay.
The 11-year-old carried off the WUMA British Open title at Gloucester Leisure Centre in the boys under 145cms light continuous black belt division.
SIX Kenpo Karate students from The Martial Arts Centre of Excellence in Cardiff were among the medals at the WUMA Series finals in Worcester.
'Demon' Steph Goadsby, from Tamworth, needed plenty of courage and determination when she came up against WUMA British champion Ruth Hallett in the final of the 60-kilo division, particularly after she was felled by a kick to the body.
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