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Tyler ready to take centre stage at Ocean Room

PUBLISHED: 10:27 21 April 2017

Bin Tyler, pictured with his K9 team, is preparing for action at the Ocean Room in Gorleston. Picture: K9 Gym

Bin Tyler, pictured with his K9 team, is preparing for action at the Ocean Room in Gorleston. Picture: K9 Gym

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A mouth-watering combat event takes place at the Ocean Room, Gorleston on Sunday with the staging of Combat Night 101.

Undefeated as a professional, former pro’ world lightweight champion Bin Tyler, Great Yarmouth’s most successful kick-boxer, returns to the ring in boxing title action.

He is calling on his huge fan base to once again pack out his home venue, the scene of his four winning world title bouts.

An exciting 20 fight bill includes undefeated British K1 champion Dan Mitchell taking on Contender Champion Thai Som Prasert Haddow in what could be his hardest fight to date.

Rising star and K1 champion Jack Wright is taking on Leicester’s Lei Bridges for the national title while local favourites such as Modestas Andriauskas, Jack Amey Senior, Prince Gee, Mikie Webber-Kane, Ricky Berrisford and Casey Smith will also be in action. Doors open at 4.30pm with the first bout at 5pm.

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