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Proud coaches of the Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Gym Clodagh & Pete Foley from Annaghdown with their eleven year old son Finn who passed his Junior Black Belt Grading test recently with an A+ result.Finn will have to wait until he turns 16 before being eligible to test for his 1st Dan Black Belt but he is well on track.Finn has been training in the sport of Kickboxing for seven and a half years and is an active fighter with the club.He will fight on the undercard of the upcoming International Ireland V France Team Event in the Clayton Hotel on Saturday February 23 where he will face off with a Mayo opponent.
Kinvara man and Black Dragon kickboxer Cian McCormack is preparing for the biggest fight of his career on Sunday.
Six titles will be decided at a major kickboxing/K-1 fight night in the Clayton Hotel on Sunday.
The Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Club celebrates more success on the international stage. Six fighters, who were part of a 45 strong Irish team, competed at the Unified World Championships in Tuscany in Italy. The Unified World Championships is the world's largest martial arts tournament, attracting thousands of competitors each year from 120 countries. The Galway fighters took a total of five gold, four silver and five bronze medals after fighting the best kickboxers from around the globe.
Twenty-two of Galway’s most determined and hard-working first time boxers are being put through their paces with Corrib KickBoxing Club to take to the ring at 8pm tomorrow night Friday June 3 at the Clayton Hotel, for an exciting white collar boxing event, raising vital funds for the national meningitis support and awareness charity ACT for Meningitis.
Twenty-two of Galway’s most determined and hard-working first time boxers are being put through their paces with Corrib KickBoxing Club to take to the ring at 8pm on Friday June 3 at the Clayton Hotel, for an exciting white collar boxing event, raising vital funds for the national meningitis support and awareness charity ACT for Meningitis.
Ireland scored a draw with England in the seven-man team event at the "Clash In the Clayton 2" International Kickboxing & K-1 promotion in the Clayton Hotel on Sunday evening.
The Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing Club hosts an international kickboxing and K-1 fight night on Sunday September in the Clayton Hotel, Galway, entitled “Clash In Clayton 2”.
The Galway Black Dragon Kickboxing club will host a major International Kickboxing & K-1 event entitled "The Art Of War" in the Black Box Theatre on Saturday evening.
Monivea's Brendan Kenny has again made kickboxing history for the west, claiming victory at the Irish Open for a second year in a row. Kenny won the -79kg division, a year after securing the Irish Open -84kg division, a first to win in two weight divisions.