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[PHOTOS] Norman Parke vs Myles Price at ‘Brave 13: Europe Evolution’

 

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The long awaited rematch between Norman “Stormin” Parke, 31, of Bushmills, Antrim, Northern Ireland and Myles “Magic” Price, 30, of Kilkenny, Leinster, Ireland finally took place on June 9, 2018. They co-headlined “Brave 13: Europe Evolution” at the SSE arena in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Parke and Price first fought in 2010 with the former coming out as the winner via submission. This time around, however, Price was able to defend better on the ground and had a good going on the stand-up department, especially in the first round, looking to exploit Parke’s weakness with body shots.

Still, after three three-minute rounds, the judges scored the bout between Parke and Price at “Brave 13: Europe Evolution” with unanimous decision in favor of the former. It was a catchweight bout at 73 kg.

“Brave 13: Europe Evolution” was the first event of Bahrain-based mixed martial arts promotion Brave Combat Federation in Europe. It was attended by several celebrity athletes including Conor “Notorious” McGregor, 29, and Amir Khan, 31.

With 2 matches cancelled, “Brave 13: Europe Evolution” featured 12 bouts in total. Here are the official results:

Preliminary Card

  1. Aidan James defeated Tommy Martin by TKO in Round 3
  2. Sam Slater defeated Piotr Tokarski by unanimous decision
  3. Benjamin Bennett defeated Sebastian Kozok by doctor stoppage in Round 1
  4. Konrad Iwanowski defeated Glenn Irwine by submission in Round 1
  5. Chad Hanekom defeats Dominic McConnell by submission in Round 1
  6. Cian Cowley defeated Oktawian Olejniczak by KO in Round 2

Main Card

  1. Erick Carlos Silva defeated Erik Carlsson by unanimous decision
  2. Zach Zane defeated Declan Dalton by unanimous decision
  3. Bryan Creighton defeated Andy Young by submission in Round 2
  4. Rodrigo Cavalheiro defeated Karl Amoussou by knockout in Round 2

Co-Main Event

  1. Norman Parke defeated Myles Price by unanimous decision

Main Event

  1. Stephen Loman defeated Frans Mlambo by unanimous decision
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