The British Bulldog is back with a vengeance

More than three years after his last fight in the UK, Newark pro kickboxer Bailey Sugden walked out into the ring at The O2 in London on Saturday 9 October… And, in his own words when he took the win by unanimous decision: “I came, I fought, I conquered!” After Andy Turland, his original opponent on the Kickboxing Grand Prix card, pulled out the day before their match... Continue Reading →

Some unexpected news at today’s Kickboxing Grand Prix weigh ins

Not long to wait till the first bell over at The O2 in London tomorrow and, shortly after this afternoon’s weigh ins, some unexpected last-minute news about Bailey‘s fight on the card of MTGP‘s Kickboxing Grand Prix… “My opponent Andy Turland, who called me out and is ranked Number 2 at 63.5kg, didn’t even turn up today,” The British Bulldog told his followers on Instagram this... Continue Reading →

PPV tickets on sale now for Bailey’s fight this weekend…

Just a few more days until Bailey walks back out into the ring… He can’t wait and neither can the 150-plus fans and friends who will be making the trip to The Indigo at The O2 on Saturday 9 October to cheer him on! But even if you can’t be down in London in person on the night, you can still support Bailey as he defends his... Continue Reading →

The British Bulldog involved in the best fight of 8 Man Tournament in Brno

Just over 15 months since his last fight in Chicago, Newark’s Bailey ‘The British Bulldog’ Sugden was finally back in action on Saturday 27 February when, with the permission of GLORY Kickboxing, he headed to Brno in the Czech Republic to take part in an 8 Man Tournament. Fighting under Muay Thai rules in the... Continue Reading →

Back to business for The British Bulldog

Almost 12 months since his last scheduled fight in Antwerp was cancelled due to the pandemic, Newark’s Bailey ‘The British Bulldog’ Sugden is getting ready for action on Saturday 27 February when he heads to the Czech Republic to showcase his skills on Oktagon Promotions’ forthcoming show, Last Man Standing. “It’s been over a year... Continue Reading →

Bailey seals the deal with first round stoppage

In the run-up to GLORY 72 Chicago last weekend, Newark's Bailey Sugden made no secret of his determination to ensure that the outcome of his latest appearance on the world’s leading kickboxing promotion would be down to him alone. “I told everyone there’d be no judges needed this time around and I delivered,” said the Suggy’s... Continue Reading →

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