BAMMA is proud to announce:
Warren Kee vs. Tom Breese
BAMMA Lonsdale British Welterweight Title
· SATURDAY 1st DECEMBER 2012
· NATIONAL INDOOR ARENA, BIRMINGHAM UK
· IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CHANNEL 5 IN THE UK
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Lonsdale – The Official Equipment Partner of BAMMA
(October 12th.12) BAMMA is proud to announce Tom Breese vs. Warren Kee to the BAMMA 11 card at Birmingham's NIA on 1st December, for the very first BAMMA Lonsdale British Welterweight title showdown. The Mixed Martial Arts match was previously scheduled for BAMMA 10 but Kee was forced to withdraw due to injury and was replaced by Jack Magee.
Birmingham homeboy, Tom Breese, is one of the UK’s most exciting Welterweight prospects. The 20 year old BAMMA fighter stands undefeated with a Pro record of 5-0-0, in which he has stopped all his opponents within two rounds; and has previous Amateur stats of 8-0-0. A nightmare for any opponent on the ground, Breese finished all his fights by Submission until he took Mark Tucker down with knees at BAMMA 9. Breese’s BAMMA 10 bout with replacement Jack Magee saw him execute a ruinous triangle win in the first round.
Tom Breese said:
"I've never taken a backward step in my whole professional career and with Kee I'm fighting a guy I was previously matched against. The thing is, I feel like I am evolving on a daily basis in all areas. MMA is my life, not a hobby or just something to do or say I’ve done. I'm on this thing, to go all the way. Collecting the BAMMA title by going through whoever stands before me is just another move I've got to make.”
Team Tsunami’s Warren ‘Relentless’ Kee comes with a record of 7-1-1 and the majority of his wins via 1st or 2nd round TKO. Kee is known for a devastating style in which he likes to grind his opponents down with “elbows, foot stomps and relentless pressure”.
Warren Kee said:
“I'm so looking forward to BAMMA 11, especially after injury forced me out of BAMMA 10. Tom Breese is undefeated so it will be a tough test. I've had 12 months of setbacks, but I'm healed now and have all that energy to burn in the cage come December 1st.
I feel I have never performed to anywhere near my ability in any of my past fights, so I will be looking to change that on fight night. This will bring me the win for sure.”
BAMMA’s Head of Talent Relations, Jude Samuel, said:
“The fight that should have been part of BAMMA 10 now has a home on BAMMA 11 as a Lonsdale British Welterweight Title Fight. Tom’s last opponent, replacement Jack Magee pushed him beyond what he had experienced before on BAMMA and brought out the best in him. Kee on the other hand is a totally different kind of fighter and now has the added motivation in fighting for a title. This clash between two exciting prospects will be electric."