Big Fight Weekend Introduce Dons Fight Club
Dons Fight Club (DFC) are a new boxing promotional group in the UK. Se Dons are a well-known YouTube football team from Lewisham in South East London, an area synonymous with gang and knife culture. As the Se Dons brand has grown considerably over the last ten years, they have derived a slogan: “Knives down gloves on.” This slogan is to inspire men and children to step away from gang culture and discover discipline in combat sports such as boxing.
Through their desire to make a positive impact in their local community and beyond – Dons Fight Club (DFC) was born and headed by “Coach Flips.” It’s a platform designed to one day take their events to a worldwide audience and showcase talent from around the globe, with big support coming from the T.U.A Boxing Gym. Big Fight Weekend is proud to introduce DFC to its readers.
Introducing Dons Fight Club
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The DFC Story So Far
White-collar boxing events across the globe are a massive part of the identity of boxing. Many great fighters have started on the bill at small hall shows. DFC1 – War at the Wood was a huge success in October 2022, with many fighters showcasing their ability on the first DFC show.
On a cold evening on October 22, 2022, the dream of Dons Fight Club – was realised with their first-ever event taking place. Dubbed “War at the Wood,” it was a memorable occasion with two superb main events, stealing the headlines with “Big Doug” vs. Benny Joseph and Pat Hill vs. Joseph Merry. Doug used his size advantage to lean on his opponent, wearing him down all the while landing heavy hooks to the body and head throughout the fight, which backed up Joseph throughout the contest.
The event was a great success and bought us DFC 2 – Valhalla on March 4, 2023. Headlining at Valhalla was Salvyn Kisitu, as he faced off against fierce rival “1Take.” Salvyn also plays for Se Dons football club. Pat Hill also scored an impressive stoppage win over Kie Michael, which came from eye-catching accurate combinations.
DFC 3 took place on September 24 at the Ballin’ in Maidstone, England. Headlining the third event from Dons Fight Club was George “Big G” Kamurasi vs. Josh Smith, who stepped in as a last minute replacement. Big G boxed diligently throughout, staying behind a stiff, accurate jab while closing the distance and engaging when necessary. Will “All Night Long” was arguably the star of the show, producing a dominant performance – defeating Isaac Gibb, which has increased his growing reputation.
It remains to be seen what the future holds for DFC, but all eyes now turn to DFC4, and Dons Fight Club continues to go from strength to strength.