Xtreme Kombat 15 took place at the Hoops Basketball Centre in Barrow and was promoted by local MMA fighter/coach Ryan Thomas in partnership with local community interest company The Lock In.

Local fighter Ajay Harris came in with a dominant victory in his K1 bout vs Josh Alderson of North Lakes Combat Academy, winning by unanimous decision.

Ajay was the only local to get the win on the night but Dailon Hernandez debuted in K1 and showed incredible heart and grit to a decision loss, and local fighting legend Leigh O'Donnell was caught in a flurry and was stopped in the first round.

ASW Manchester’s Oliver Tero has been making a name for himself on the scene and fought Aaron Givens from ACE MMA (Newcastle), ranked 7th nationally at featherweight, and after a hard battle, Oliver emerged as the new XK featherweight champion.

Shay Smith picked up the Middleweight belt after a dominant first-round armbar submission victory over the tough Scandinavian Pal Skaufjord.

Bad blood reigned between Ali Syed and Lewis Mcgavin due to the controversy of the punch landed before the bell from Ali.

Ali protests that Lewis butted heads with him before the fight started and that it was purely in self-defence.

After a clear fight of the night, Ali won via armbar in the 2nd round.

More controversy came as Brad Camps (Manchester Top Team) won via a vicious knockout over Jack Mcgloughlin (ASW Manchester), however, this knockout came after Jack's gumshield was knocked out.

Jack protested that his gumshield was knocked out and Brad stopped to allow Jack to replace it, but the ref urged Brad to continue fighting, and he promptly won in devastating fashion.

Chris Clarke of Budo Fighting Championships called it "The best Amateur MMA event I have ever seen"

Xtreme Kombat would like to thank sponsors and partners Graphix Signs, Transformation Unit, Sian-May Massage Therapist, Carpet World, Darren Athersmith Photography, Asylum 287 Barbers, The Dunes, DS Site Services, Bryn Tyson.

This fight card has cemented Xtreme Kombat and the Furness area as a premier MMA & K1 promotion, and the next event will take place in October.

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