🥋🥊 A big afternoon of combat action is in store as the Muay Thai Grand Prix London returns to indigo at The O2. See below for the latest ticket information.
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The Muay Thai Grand Prix London is back with a bang today in Greenwich Peninsula. After a packed-out show in April (highlights below) stand by for more of the same with another show-stopping international line-up.
Taking centre stage at indigo at The O2 are two title fights and a combination of both Muay Thai & Kickboxing.
Returning after his viral knockout in April, Said ‘Moroccan Magician’ Kabil will defend his 7-0-0 pro record against Infinity World Muay Thai title holder Darren ‘Dynamite’ Anstey in what promises to be another exciting bout.
David Medjia (Spain) will defend his KGP world title against 2x UK Number 1 Luke Whelan and Louis ‘KO’ King takes on UKMTF British Muay Thai Champion Juan Cerventes in a duel between two of the most experienced fighters on the card.
More fighters are due to be announced in the run-up to tonight’s show. Stay tuned here for news on that as soon as announced.
Tickets for Muay Thai Grand Prix London are off-sale.
Doors open at 12 noon.
🥋🥊 Show starts at 1pm.
🚊🚗 Travel tips: Travelling by tube to indigo at The O2 is recommended. North Greenwich station is right on the doorstep and on the Jubilee Line in Zones 2 and 3. Get there from Central London in 20 minutes, or Stratford in 10 minutes. Arrival by river, car, bus and cable car is also available. See this ‘Getting to The O2‘ guide for full details.