Shock n Awe 32 is this Saturday, and Combat Sports UK has YOU covered with everything you need to know.
If you’re looking for fighters to watch, we’ve already done that here.
What Time Is Shock N Awe 32?
Shock n Awe will take place beginning at 3:00 PM GMT. If you’re attending the event, then you’ll want to arrive prior to 3 PM as the action will be fast-paced. With twenty fights on the slate combined, this one is sure to fly by. You don’t want to miss out on the action because you’re late.
If you’re watching at home, then make sure you’ve got your popcorn ready, and the Pay-Per-View purchased when 3 PM comes around.
Where Can You Watch Shock N Awe This Weekend?
For those who can’t attend, there’s no need to worry. LIVE MMA has recently been the home of many domestic UK shows, and they’re also the home of Shock n Awe. For the low price of 14.99, you too can watch Shock n Awe in the comfort of your own home.
LIVE MMA has proven to be a top tier streaming service when it comes to the UK scene. If you want to watch Shock n Awe and be able to return to the Pay-Per-View stream at any time in the future, then LIVE MMA is the place for you. With one purchase, you can watch both live AND have it stored after the event.
Hard to beat that bargain for an MMA fight night. You can click here for a direct link to the purchase screen.
This card is absolutely loaded from top to bottom. The main event sees a returning Elliott Hoye, who, in his seven pro wins, has finished each and every single one. He returns to the octagon for a trilogy bout with Aaron Laleye. Both men have a submission victory over one another, with Laleye submitting Hoye in the third round of their amateur clash while Elliott submitted Laleye in their pro outing. Who wins this trilogy bout and walks out with Flyweight gold?
The Co-Main Event will see Kye Stevens looking for the first win streak of his pro career when he takes on Stelios Theocharous. With Theocharous having six pro fights to his name and on a winning streak, the knockout that Kye Stevens promised Combat Sports UK could be tougher than initially planned. The only way to find out is by watching the fight.
The UK’s top-ranked flyweight Tommy Clarke takes on Danny Bettey for the SNA Amateur flyweight Championship as well. The undercard is absolutely juiced with amateur MMA bouts and also sprinkles in a good amount of K1 Kickboxing for those who prefer the striking arts. This event was built for fight fans.
Shock n Awe 32 Goes Down This Weekend
SNA 32 goes down this Saturday, and we can’t wait. If you’re unable to make it down to the event, then make sure you’re with us on Combat Sports UK. We will have to live up to the minute results for this event, alongside many other UK events. For more in-depth coverage on the UK scene, make sure you keep up with Combat Sports UK.
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