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Cagefighting: Killow sets sights on Hallowe’en title win

CAGEFIGHTING returns to Wrexham on Hallowe’en night with a card full of title fights.

Caerwys’ former world champion kickboxer and trainer Russ Williams is once more staging an MMA/cagefighting show called the Hallowe’en Bash at Liquid nightclub on Sunday, October 31.

Tickets are on sale from his gym in Caerwys plus from instructors at Buckley and Holywell leisure centres.

One of the main support bouts of the night will be Wil Killow fighting for a North West lightweight title.

Wil has already won the featherweight version of the title and he is moving up a weight in a bid to add that title to his collection.

He has spent more than a year out of competition so he faces a tall task.

On Sunday he had a warm up bout, which he won with a first-round knockout, but there will still be questions to answer on the night.

Marc Evans will also be fighting for a Welsh title on the same night at the show, which has been supported by Stephen Wickwar of Cynergy security Ltd and L’etage restaurant

Prices for the show are £25 standing, £30 seated and £40 for ringside with waitress service.

More details can be found at Russ’ website www.RussWilliamsMar tialArts.co.uk or call him on 07814 516102.