Fight City Represents Bermuda In Tournament

October 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

On Saturday October 12th Fight City Bermuda represented the Bermuda Amateur Muay Thai Association in the 4th Annual Revgear Tournament of Champions held in Des Moines, Iowa.

Back Row Left to Right – Frank Wells [TMIT, NJ], Keron Lee [FCMT], Malcolm Hill [TMIT, NJ], Nikki Stoudt [FCMT], Jay Astwood [FCMT], Nathan Amaral [FCMT], Ashley Aitkin [FCMT] Front Row Left to Right – Paul Reavlin [Owner, Revgear Sports Ltd], Chuck Morgan [Head Coach, Fight City Muay Thai & Fitness]

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A spokesperson said, “Jay Astwood led Team Fight City Bermuda to their first win of the day defeating Dalton Brandell of Savage Muay Thai by unanimous decision. Jay performed well dropping Dalton with a knee to the body in the first round and a vicious left elbow in the second round.

“Jay cruised to victory in the third round and advanced to the Class B Middleweight finals against a significantly more experienced Marc Mrozinski of Fight Prime.

“In the finals Jay performed well but was eventually out scored on points in a very competitive match where the Bermudian was unlucky to close out his day with a title belt.

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“Nathan Amaral, competing in his first Muay Thai event, continued his undefeated career inside the ring with a dominate victory over fighter Saw Dah from the famed Rofusport gym.

“Nathan gave his opponent multiple standing eight counts with hard knees to the body with the Rofusport fighter not answering his third eight count in the closing seconds of the second round. Nathan advanced to the finals against a very game Joshua Brooks of Dragon Leg Gym.

“The match was a very close affair with the judges seeing the match tied heading into the third and final round. Nathan dug deep landing a flurry of low kicks to his opponents leg and constantly backing him into the corners of the ring.

“Nathan landed flurries of shots in the final minute to eventually be awarded the victory and crowned as the Revgear Lightweight C Class Champion.

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“The two other Fight City Bermuda Fighters were Keron Lee and Nikki Stoudt, both of whom received silver medals after advancing to the finals and competing against significantly more experienced fighters.

“Team Fight City Bermuda ended the tournament with 3 silver medals and 1 Revgear champion. At the end of the day Team Fight City Bermuda was awarded the tournament’s Sportsmanship award by Paul Reavlin, Owner of Revgear Sports Ltd.

“This trophy is voted on by the staff and officials of the tournament with the decision based on how the team, as a whole, treats others such as the officials, the staff, the medics, other fighters, and a team that embodies the true spirit of Muay Thai.

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“Coach Chuck Morgan was also able to corner top American Fighter Frank Wells of The Institute Muay Thai of New Jersey who lost a decision in the semi finals to the eventual Super Weleterweight A Class Champion Luke Lessi of Team Singto Muay Thai.

“Fight City Muay Thai & Fitness is Bermuda’s Premier Muay Thai Academy that specializes in teaching beginners ring tested Muay Thai. Fight City prides itself on an all inclusive atmosphere with over 100 adult and youth students lead by head coach Chuck Morgan.

“Fight City would like to take their sponsors; Paget Dental Group, A1 Fencing, Conrad’s Tools & Equipment, Management Services Bermuda Ltd., and Surface Trends.”

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