Check out the weekends NRF member fight results from around Australia (and internationally) here…
MUAYTHAI AUSTRALIA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
ELI RADLEY pushes himself to the limit as he faces his tough opponent on another mind blowing battle. He did not come away with the win but he definitely got the silver medal. And outstanding accomplishment!
“Hey guys didn’t get the win but @#it happens was a good hard fight, I’ll be back 👊🏿 “- Eli Radley
KYL JULER impressed the crowd taking the win over a far more experienced opponent and taking home the Gold Medal. It was a tough fight and Kyl showed awesome strength and skill in his bout. We are super proud of you Bomber!
“Just won gold at Ifma nationals felt so strong just coming out of a training camp in Thailand” – Kyl Juler
KIRI BRADLEY didn’t get the win, but as always she showed true sportsmanship and her big heart.
“No win for me but I am already a better and smarter fighter for it .
Annnnd what a great team building weekend it was .
Love to all the crew and cheers to many more adventures !” – Kiri Bradley
BROOKE “PSYCHO” COOPER fought fellow NRF member Karina Cardenas Salazar in the finals to Win Gold via TKO
“My first year in seniors and 4th gold in a row. Thank you to both my opponents. A massive appreciation to those who know who they are for their words of wisdom and guidance after my initial performance in the competition, you helped me find myself again and for that I am eternally grateful!” – Brooke Cooper
KARINA SALAZAR fought in the semi finals on Day 1 getting the win then backed it up fighting again in the final the next day, coming away with a silver medal.
– Karina did not take home the win in Day 2 but displayed a breathtaking, close fight against her fellow member Brooke. She ended the event with a Silver Medal on her hands!
LORNA “BABY G” BREMNER got her nose broken in the first round and continued to fight in one of the most exciting tough fights of the tournament. Even with a broken nose, she came away with the win and had to fight again on Day 2 with not only a broken nose but also a broken toe. Despite her injuries, this extremely tough warrior won again in the Final taking home the win and the Gold Medal.
“Thank you everyone so so so much for all your help, what an intense weekend! Smashed my face up really good on day one and managed to come back strong today with a first round TKO”- Lorna Bremner
JULIA WHALE not only did 17 year old Julia step up to fight in the Adult division to be able to get a fight – this champion also stepped up a weight category as well. Julia showed amazing skill and power to take home the Gold against fellow NRF member Laura Cave who came away with the Silver Medal.
LAURA CAVE took on fellow NRF member Julia Whale in the finals and came away with a Silver Medal!
“Had a tough fight with Julia from Boonchu, lost on points and coming home with a silver medal. Win or learn, never a loss.”-Laura
LUKE THOMPSON put on an extremely awesome display of Muay Thai, devastating his opponent with leg kicks to take home the Gold Medal Win by TKO
GRIFFIN NIKPALJ dominated the fight once again as he brings home the Gold Medal. Well done Griffin!
EMILY CORRY put up a tough fight coming away with the silver medal in the finals.
MATTHEW LYONS fought like the true champ that he is, coming away with the Gold!
“Thanks again to everyone won the Nationals now onto the worlds in Bangkok 👊🏻” -Matthew
JOSH “THE BOSS” KING put an absolute fight with his skills and expertise in fighting and conveyed with him a BIG WIN!
JASMIN PARR fought a tough fight in a much anticipated rematch. Jazzy put on a solid performance and came away with the win and a Gold Medal.
EMILY CURTAIN another spectacular fight from Emily, closing the weekend of fights with what was truely a Gold Medal performance! Fantastic job!
TIA NIKPALJ certainly kept the audience entertained as she proved what she’s capable of. An awesome fight by Tia and proof she’s one to watch out for! Tia came away with the Silver in the finals.
STEVEN JOHNSON stepped over the ropes to take home the win. Great job Steven!