Fight Scene 6 – April 13th | Neun V Brown | Greyson V Hunt | Jameel V Barras

Fight Scene are proud to announced today that FS:6 will be bigger than ever. With a new venue and a fight card of over 15 fights you could say; ‘this one is not to be missed’. Taking place on April 13th, at the new SYNC venue in Stratford, London, there is no excuse in getting there as it has terrific transport links thanks to the Olympic Games. The SYNC venue itself houses over 2000 seats, so this is sure to be the biggest Fight Scene Show ever.

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Main eventing the show will be a rematch between two light heavyweights that always put on a show, as Mike ‘Nightmare’ Neun and Pete ‘Gentleman’ Brown meet once again in the Fight Scene cage. The first time they met it was a bloodbath with it being one of, if not, the most iconic fight ever to take place at fight Scene.
Mike Neun is a renowned Muay Thai specialist coming off of 2 solid wins against Thomas Denham and Scott Stribbling at BAMMA and UCMMA respectively and will be looking to continue on his run in a bid to increase his position within the UK rankings. Fighting out of Team Titan and Keddles gym along with a few other gyms, he has all the right people around him to make his aspirations become reality. The next stop is Peter Brown where he looks to prove that the first time they met wasn’t just a fluke, whether it is the entertainment value or the results that we refer to.
Pete Brown however, is 2-2-1 in his pro MMA career and holds an impressive resume of records within fight sports. To name but a few his records are 2-0 in Thai Boxing, 3-0 in amateur boxing and 6-0 in semi pro MMA. Fighting out of, and coaching at, both Team Mayhem and Pro Mai he is sure to be ready for the war that we all expect come April 13th at the SYNC in Stratford. After a while out of the game, he is coming back to make a statement.
The Fight Scene light heavyweight title is on the line and both will want it around their waist after the fight. If there’s even half as much blood and entertainment in this fight as there was in the previous instalment, then this fight alone will be worth the ticket money!
The Co-Main event will be a thrilling clash between 2 exciting flyweights in Team Titan’s Nathan Greyson and Crossface’s Carl Hunt.
Greyson is currently 3-1 in his professional MMA career and has defeated the likes of Steve Brazier and Paul Kingdon in the process. He has a fight on OMMAC coming up on March 2nd against Bryan Creighton however he and his management have agreed for this fight to be booked for April 13th. As always, we can expect nothing short of an explosion when Nathan enters the cage, with all 3 of his wins coming via T/KO – after all, you don’t get called ‘little Aldo’ for nothing! Fighting out of Team Titan with the likes of Brad Pickett and Jason Young as his training partners, Greyson is improving at a stupidly rapid rate and he’ll most definitely be looking to be 5-1 after this one!
Carl Hunt comes to the cage also as a 3-1 pro having graced the cage at UCMMA as well as Kayo MMA and TMT. He will be coming off of a win at TMT against Steve Brazier which will give him just the motivation he needs to get the job done at Fight Scene and keep up the win streak. Training out of Crossface under Dave Lee, there no doubt that hunt comes to the cage as a well rounded fighter. His record suggests that he is a bit of a striker also, with a TKO win as well as a submission due strikes win, and if that is the case, then we can expect these two flyweights to meet in the middle and put on a show for the fans!
Also announced is a ridiculously intriguing professional lightweight battle between two undefeated fighters in Kris Barras and Fadi Jameel for the lightweight title.
Barras, who fights out of the Fight Worx academy and has a record of 3-0, is riding high after wins against the likes of Tomasz Padol and Alex Ward. He has been looking to take a step up in his career for a while now however the opportunities have been few and far between. He was scheduled to take on Leon Del Gaudio at Tear Up a few weeks back however that too, fell through. Now he gets his chance, against a highly touted prospect in Fadi Jameel.
Fadi Jameel is also undefeated sitting on a record of 4-0. Fighting out of New Wave Academy alongside the likes of Max Nunes and Alex Montagnani he is sure to bring a well rounded game himself. A Fight Scene veteran is Jameel and after experiencing two other promotions with wins over Andy Cona and Ben Ford, he is back to give the fans of Fight Scene their monies worth.
What a card Fight Scene 6 is shaping up to be, and if that wasn’t enough then you better stay tuned as we announce more fights for the card over the coming weeks.
Fight Scene 6 takes place at SYNC in Stratford, London on April 13th.

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