Results in brief from Geneva:

11am the 4pm September 2015:

 PICTURE BLOG From the build-up and at the games in Geneva

Fight pictures from the WMAG - Action and Results

This was a tight affair that couldn’t be split within the two rounds and went to a final third round decider with the Tattooed Dragon Robb walking out as the victor and gold medalist.
Next up the was the young ‘Duracell Bunny’ Jake McCready, after fighting twelve rounds yesterday he stepped back between the ropes against an opponent ten years older than him. This didn’t deter young McCready as he continued to show his strength, determination and skill and in the second round Quiquerez took a standing 8 count before Jake knocked him down again and the referee stopped the fight with only seconds left of the round. One more goal medal for Jake!

Stepping into the ring next was Johnny ‘Swift’ Smith up against Julien Domingos fighting K1 style. With a clinical knee to the face at the beginning of the second round, Domingos was immediately on the back foot and Smith took full advantage putting the pressure on, again the referee stepped in an stopped the fight declaring Johnny the winner 48 seconds into the round. Gold medal number 4 for Team ProKick!

After a busy and victorious day yesterday, next into the ring for ProKick was Gary Fullerton fighting full contact rules against Edgar Carpint. Gary got his boxing going early in the first round but then took a kick to the head and a count followed, getting up and regrouping he continued to show courage however the referee decided enough was enough and stopped the fight just before the bell would sound for the first round. On his return to competitive fighting, black belt Gary Fullerton walks away from the Championships with a gold and two silver medals.

Finally then for Team ProKick, it was the turn of Rowena Bolt up against Laurien Geerebaert (if you blinked you missed it… ) It was all over inside 17 seconds. It all started at a lightening pace as usual with Bolt and with a right cross her opponent was knocked out and the referee called it off even though Geerebaert got back on her feet and wanted to continue.

With the final fight of the day for Team ProKick it was one more gold medal!
So a successful day all round, 5 golds and a silver for the Made in ProKick team, and even Mr. Murray managed to sneak himself onto the podium to claim a gold medal.

David Oudin vs Raphael Jourdan
Jean Baptiste Chartier vs Mitch Allenbach
Lucas Shilliger vs Cedric Menereuilt
Killian Emery vs Stephane Grimonpont
Gregory Monnier vs Yann Pottier
Diego Diserens vs Thierry Muffat-Joly
Samantha Robb vs Cathy Le-Mee went to third round decider – tight!
Fabien  Quiquerez vs Jake McCready – referee stopped the fight in the 2nd round 1:58 mins
Johnny Smith vs Julien Domingos – referee stopped the fight 48 secs 2nd round
Florian Gallay vs Gary Fullerton  - referee stopped the fight 1st round 1:40
Edgar Carpint vs David Oudin – referee stopped the fight 1st round 1:40
Rowena Bolt vs Laurien Geerebaert  - referee stopped the fight 1st round 0:17 secs
Yann Pottier vs Cedric Menereuilt


Results in brief:

11am the 9.30pm September 2015:

After a long, hectic day at the World Martial Arts in Geneva, the ProKick team are celebrating this evening with a flurry of medals. Today was all about the light contact fighters with quite a few debutants however it all kicked off with the ProKick Peacefighting kids who set the standard for the rest of the team.

Even with the long, uncertain hours of waiting around as soon as the action started the ProKick team were ready for action. And not just any action….they meant business! The team were hungry for every opportunity that would come their way and young Jake McCready stepped into 3 different categories (light contact, low-kick and boxing) showing desire and determination as he walked away with 3 medals; 2 silvers and a gold. With many of the team competing simultaneously on various mats around the arena, the usual ProKick team spirit shone through as the Made in Belfast roar echoed throughout Geneva for every ProKicker from the youngest to the eldest. Everyone will be going to bed tired and happy here in Geneva, in fact, I’m sure some will sleep with their well-deserved gold medal around their neck (Lisa).

Cathy McAleer (light contact & points)
Gary Fullerton (low kick & boxing)
Michael Swann (low kick)
Rowena Bolt (light contact)
Daryl Campbell (low kick)
Jake McCready (low kick, light contact & boxing)
Lisa Mulholland (light contact & points)
Mark Cairnduff (light contact)
Charlene Best (light contact)
Ruth Anderson (light contact)
Kathryn Warren (light contact)

ProKick Kids
Grace Goody
Taylor Armstrong
Riley Hamilton
Joseph Millar
David Hagan


10am the 11th September 2015:
It is FIGHTDAY for some of the ProKick team in Geneva - the ProKick kids, and the adult light-contact styles will compete today - check the BLOG and right here for more info and results:

7pm 11th September 2015:
The weigh-ins are all done -feed time at the zoo for the team then to bed - check the BLOG and right here for more info and results:

4am 11th September 2015:

The ProKick team are on their way (well some) have started their travels to Dublin for flights - the destination, Geneva - for the World Martial Arts Games (WMAG) which is set for this weekend in Geneva, Switzerland. Follow us here for all the news and reports also our new LIVE picture and video blog page... see below  

The Championships are set for Saturday and Sunday, September 12-13th 2015 and yet again the event is organised by no other than former world champion and now one of Europe's top promoters of Martial Arts, Mr Carl Emery.