The Tomohawk becomes South Pacific Champ, Commonwealth on the line at Dee Why and The Thriller In Miller is drawing closer

The Tomohawk and K2 are victorious

Both Luke “The Tomohawk” Thompson and Karina “K2” Cardenas Salazar were in fine form Saturday night at Total Impact’s Beach Bash 6. Karina was up first against Hilary from Perth’s Diesel Gym, this was her first Full Thai rules bout (elbows are allowed) a good amount of this fight was in the clinch, were the girls traded knees and tie up positions but “K2” keep racking up the dominant scores and took home the decision win. Luke was the main event of the night, he was ready to take the MASA South pacific full thai rules title but had to go through NZ’s unbeaten Haamiora Grace Parsons from Strikeforce gym, the bout was all about Luke’s beautiful display of Muaythai techniques and Haamiora’s heart and sheer determination to win, “The Tomohawk” won by unanimous decision in the end.

If you wish to hear more about this fight we also started a podcast that breaks down all our fighters performances, also upcoming local and international shows in all combat sports, It’s Called “Enter The Double Dragon Podcast” you can listen here on Buzz sprout or Subscribe to us on Itunes.

Commonwealth Title on Showdown 4

Tomorrow we have “The Fire from The Shire” Hugh O’Donnell against Cruz Briggs from 8 Limbs fighting for WKBF’s Commonwealth full thai rules title, Cruz got flown in from his training camp in Thailand to face our man Hugh who is on a hot streak of wins against the amateur division’s best. This match is Showdown’s main event at Dee Why hotel and we guarantee the fight will be one of 2017’s best!

Thriller In Miller Oct 28th

Next week we have a big team going in Final Round promotions Thriller in Miller boxing show at the Michael Wenden Aquatic center. Luke, Karina, Ben, Jordy and Jono will be representing Team Double Dragon, it’s nice to be able to stay fight active for these young amateurs, as sometimes the Muaythai circuit can have it’s lulls in shows going on and gives the team an opportunity to improve their boxing which in turn will improve their Muaythai. These show are always exciting, so come down and support us on Oct 28th.