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BAMMA Events

This is a listing of event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts.

BAMMA 1

BAMMA 1
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 27 June 2009
Venue Room by the River
City London, United Kingdom
Event chronology
BAMMA 1 BAMMA 2

BAMMA 1 was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts on 27 June 2009 at the Room by the River in London. The event was televised on Bravo in the United Kingdom.[1]

The event was held in a tournament format, with two semi-finals taking place in the Lightweight, Welterweight and Middleweight divisions. The semi-final winners progressed to the final, which is to take place at a later date.[2]

Results[3]

BAMMA 2

BAMMA 2
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 13 February 2010
Venue The Roundhouse
City London, United Kingdom
Attendance 2,163
Event chronology
BAMMA 1 BAMMA 2 BAMMA 3

BAMMA 2 was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts on 13 February 2010 at The Roundhouse in London. The event was televised on Bravo in the United Kingdom.[4]

Mark Adams was scheduled to fight Paul Reed in the main event for the vacant Featherweight Title. However, he was picked up an injury two weeks before the fight and was replaced by Germany's Alan Omer. Omer, also admitted to having an injury but went ahead with the fight nonetheless. Chris Stringer was also set up against AJ Wenn, but Wenn ended up fighting Ali McClean instead.

Results[5]

BAMMA 3

BAMMA 3: Horwich vs. Watson
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 15 May 2010
Venue LG Arena
City Birmingham, United Kingdom
Attendance 5,292[6]
Event chronology
BAMMA 2 BAMMA 3: Horwich vs. Watson BAMMA 4

BAMMA 3: Horwich vs. Watson was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts on 15 May 2010 at the LG Arena in Birmingham.[7] It featured three title fights, and was headlined by Matt Horwich and Tom Watson. The event was televised on Bravo in the United Kingdom.

Tabloid celebrity and former MMA fighter Alex Reid was scheduled to return to the cage and face Tom Watson at the event. However, Reid injured his knee while filming his documentary TV series Alex Reid: The Fight of His Life and was forced to pull out of the fight. This angered Watson, who claimed Reid was disrespecting him.[8] Watson also called him a "clown" and said that it was likely Reid pulled out to avoid an embarrassing defeat.[9] Reid was then replaced by UFC and IFL veteran Matt Horwich.

Results[10]

BAMMA 4

BAMMA 4: Reid vs. Watson
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 25 September 2010
Venue National Indoor Arena
City Birmingham, United Kingdom
Attendance 5,438
Event chronology
BAMMA 3 BAMMA 4: Reid vs. Watson BAMMA 5

BAMMA 4: Reid vs. Watson was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts on 25 September 2010 at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham.[11] The event was televised on Bravo in the United Kingdom.

Rob Sinclair was also set to defend his lightweight title against Claes Beverlöv, though Beverlöv later pulled out due to injury and was replaced by fellow Swede Jani Lax. Lax would then withdraw on 22 September.

Results[12]

BAMMA 5

BAMMA 5: Daley vs. Shira
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 26 February 2011
Venue MEN Arena
City Manchester, United Kingdom
Attendance 6,178
Event chronology
BAMMA 4 BAMMA 5: Daley vs. Shira BAMMA 6

BAMMA 5: Daley vs. Shira was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts on 26 February 2011 at the MEN Arena in Manchester.

Background

BAMMA 5 was the first BAMMA event held outside of Birmingham or London. The event was originally scheduled to take place at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle on 4 December 2010 and headlined by a heavyweight bout between Stav Economou and Bob Sapp.[13] However, due to snowstorms in the UK the event was cancelled.[14]

It was then rescheduled for 26 February 2011 at the MEN Arena in Manchester. In January 2011, it was reported that Paul Daley was in advanced talks to headline the event. It was also reported by Scott Coker of Strikeforce that Paul Daley would only fight the winner of Nick Diaz and Evangelista Santos if he wins at BAMMA 5.[15]

The main event was scheduled to award the vacant Welterweight title match but was changed to a non-title contest when Paul Daley failed to make the required weight by just 0.88 pounds (400 grams).[16]

This event aired live on the UK TV channel SyFy, as part of a new TV deal. It was also broadcast live around the world on www.bammatv.com as an online stream pay per view, a first for the organization.

Results[17]

BAMMA 6

BAMMA 6: Watson vs. Rua
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 21 May 2011
Venue Wembley Arena
City London, United Kingdom
Attendance 6,417
Event chronology
BAMMA 5 BAMMA 6: Watson vs. Rua BAMMA 7

BAMMA 6: Watson vs. Rua was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts on 21 May 2011 at the Wembley Arena in London.

Background

BAMMA 6 was announced during the television presentation of BAMMA 5. This was the first BAMMA event to be held at the Wembley Arena. Phil Baroni pulled out of a bout against Matt Ewin and Ivan Salaverry stepped in 3 weeks out.

BAMMA 6: Watson vs. Rua was named as the best event of 2011 at the UK MMA Awards.

Results[18]

BAMMA 7

BAMMA 7: Trigg vs. Wallhead
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 10 September 2011
Venue NIA Arena
City Birmingham, United Kingdom
Event chronology
BAMMA 6 BAMMA 7: Trigg vs. Wallhead BAMMA 8: Manuwa vs Rea

BAMMA 7: Trigg vs. Wallhead was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts on 10 September 2011 at the NIA Arena in Birmingham.

Background

Tom Watson was originally set to defend his Middleweight Championship against Frank Trigg. However, on 9 August, it was announced that Watson had to pull out due to a back injury and was replaced with Jim Wallhead.[19]

BAMMA held its first ever British Middleweight title fight to crown the first champion in their new British title division aimed at developing a British champion in each weight class.[20]

Paul Daley fought Jordan Radev in his second BAMMA appearance. Daley ended up missing the welterweight weight limit by 6 pounds on the day of the weigh ins. The bout still went on at a catchweight of 176 pounds.[21]

BAMMA will also held its very first bantamweight bout with Erik Perez vs. James Brum on the undercard.

Efrain Escudero was scheduled to face Tim Radcliffe in a lightweight bout. However, on 6 September, it was announced that visa issues prevented his travel to the United Kingdom.[22]

Rob Sinclair was supposed to defend his World Lightweight Championship against Leonardo Santos. The bout, however, was cancelled after Santos refused to fly to the event. Diego Vital stepped up on one day's notice to take the fight.[21]

Results[18]

BAMMA 8

BAMMA 8: Manuwa vs Rea
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 10 December 2011
Venue Capital FM Arena
City Nottingham
Event chronology
BAMMA 7 BAMMA 8: Manuwa vs Rea BAMMA 9: Watson vs Marshman

BAMMA 8: Manuwa vs Rea was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) on 10 December 2011, at the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham.

Background

This event was meant to hold the BAMMA debut of Nate Marquardt, but it has been pushed back to 2012 and will be against Yoshiyuki Yoshida. Marquardt has shown his desire for his opponent to be UFC, Cage Rage, Strikeforce and BAMMA veteran Paul Daley.[23] Daley, however, later decided not to take the fight, citing that between having already competed 5 times in 2011 from 21 October and being such a high stakes fight, it was in his best interest to look have his next fight in 2012 so he can rest up and work out a gameplan against Marquardt.[24]

UCMMA Light Heavyweight Champion Jimi Manuwa has signed a four fight deal with BAMMA and made his promotional debut on this show.[25]

UFC Hall of Fame member and MMA legend Randy Couture will be appearing at BAMMA 8 to meet fans and sign copies of his new book 'The Last Round'.[26]

Andre Winner was slated to fight Niko Puhakka in a lightweight title eliminator. However Puhakka was pulled from the card and replaced by Diego Gonzalez.[27]

Results[28]

BAMMA 9

BAMMA 9: Watson vs Marshman
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 24 March 2012
Venue National Indoor Arena (NIA)
City Birmingham
Event chronology
BAMMA 8: Manuwa vs Rea BAMMA 9: Watson vs Marshman BAMMA 10: Sinclair vs Winner

BAMMA 9: Watson vs Marshman was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) on 24 March 2012, at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham.

Background

Marshman became the first Welsh mixed martial artist to headline a major MMA event.[29]

This event was due to be held on 11 February 2012, at the LG Arena in Birmingham but was moved to 24 March 2012 at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham due to unforeseen circumstances.

Nate Marquardt was due to headline the main event however this is no longer the case since he mutually cancelled his BAMMA contract.[30]

BAMMA 9 aired on a week's delay on Extreme Sports Channel in the UK (Channel 419 on Sky and Channel 527 on Virgin).[31]

Sam Hooker and Rus Smith were expected to fight on the card, however due to injuries they were replaced by Luke Barnatt and Lewis Long respectively.[32]

Results[33]

BAMMA 10

BAMMA 10: Sinclair vs. Winner
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 15 September 2012
Venue Wembley Arena
City London
Event chronology
BAMMA 9: Watson vs. Marshman BAMMA 10: Sinclair vs. Winner BAMMA 11: Marshman vs. Foupa-Pokam

BAMMA 10: Sinclair vs. Winner was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) on 15 September 2012, at Wembley Arena in London.

Background

This will mark the first mixed martial arts event to be part of a ground-breaking deal with Channel 5. The event will air live on Channel 5's sister channel - 5*, and then the following week a highlights package will be shown on Channel 5.[34][35]

On 11 July, BAMMA announced that the main event will have Rob Sinclair defending his World Lightweight title against The Ultimate Fighter: United States vs. United Kingdom finalist and UFC veteran Andre Winner.[36]

One 20 July, BAMMA announced the co-main event bout, which will have Jack Marshman defending his British Middleweight title against Andrew Punshon.[37]

Fight Card

BAMMA 11

BAMMA 11: Marshman vs. Foupa-Pokam
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 1 December 2012
Venue National Indoor Arena
City Birmingham
Event chronology
BAMMA 10: Sinclair vs. Winner BAMMA 11: Marshman vs. Foupa-Pokam BAMMA 12

BAMMA 11: Marshman vs. Foupa-Pokam was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) on 1 December 2012, at National Indoor Arena in Birmingham.

Background

Alex Reid is set to return to BAMMA at this event.[39]

This event will also crown the first BAMMA British Welterweight Champion and the first British Lightweight Champion.[40]

UCMMA Light Heavyweight champion Linton Vassell was scheduled to face Jason Jones at this event as the co-main event, but Vassell had to pull out due to injury.[41]

The event made history in the UK as the first MMA event to have been shown live on terrestrial television. However, there has been controversy over the layout of the event in the one hour timeframe. On Channel 5, the only fight to have been shown live was Alex Reid vs Sam Boo, and then highlights of what was supposed to have been the main event, Jack Marshman vs. Xavier Foupa-Pokam. Reid had not fought for over a year by this point and admitted going into the fight that he was very rusty and had not been training properly until September, and this reflected in the fight as it was described by The Mirror as scrappy, at times it was dirty (both men were deducted points for fouls during the bout) and slow-paced.[42] Overall many critics and fans felt that it was the wrong fight to present as the historic first live fight on Channel 5.

Fight Card

BAMMA 12

BAMMA 12: Wallhead vs. Veach
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 9 March 2013
Venue Metro Radio Arena
City Newcastle upon Tyne
Event chronology
BAMMA 11: Marshman vs. Foupa-Pokam BAMMA 12: Wallhead vs. Veach BAMMA 13

BAMMA 12: Wallhead vs. Veach was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) on 9 March 2013, at Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Background [43]

Results

BAMMA 13

BAMMA 13: Night Of Champions
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 14 September 2013
Venue National Indoor Arena
City Birmingham
Event chronology
BAMMA 12: Wallhead vs. Veach BAMMA 13: Night Of Champions BAMMA 14

BAMMA 13: Night of Champions was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) on 14 September 2013, at National Indoor Arena in Birmingham.

Background

The event crowned the promotion's first World Light Heavyweight and World Welterweight champions as well as crowned a new World Lightweight Champion, which mas made vacant by Rob Sinclair when he signed to Bellator MMA. Max Nunes faced Jason Jones for the Light Heavyweight title, Jim Wallhead took on Eddy Ellis for the Welterweight title & Curt Warburton faced off against Mansour Barnaoui for the Lightweight title.[44]

After a short stint in the UFC, Colin Fletcher returned to BAMMA at this event for a bout against Tim Newman.[45][46]

Results

BAMMA 14

BAMMA 14: Daley Vs. da Silva
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 14 December 2013
Venue LG Arena
City Birmingham
Event chronology
BAMMA 13: Night of Champions BAMMA 14: Daley Vs. da Silva BAMMA 15

BAMMA 14: Daley Vs. da Silva was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) on 14 December 2013, at LG Arena in Birmingham.[47]

Background Paul Daley made his return to BAMMA at this event with a KO victory against Romario Manoel da Silva, and Mansour Barnaoui defended his lightweight title for the first time when he defeated Colin Fletcher.[48]

Scott Askham was scheduled to defend his Middleweight Championship against Ion Pascu, but had to withdraw due to an injury. Max Nunes dropped weight and was announced as the replacement to face Pascu in a Middleweight bout.

Results

BAMMA 15

BAMMA 15: Thompson Vs. Selmani
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 5 April 2014
Venue Copper Box Arena
City London
Event chronology
BAMMA Events#BAMMA 14 BAMMA 15: Thompson Vs. Selmani BAMMA Events#BAMMA Fight Night 1

BAMMA 15: Thompson Vs. Selmani was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) on 5 April 2014, at the Copper Box Arena in London.[49]

Fight Card

BAMMA Fight Night: Southampton

BAMMA Fight Night: Southampton
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 7 June 2014
Venue O2 Guildhall
City Southampton
Event chronology
BAMMA 15 BAMMA Fight Night: Southampton BAMMA Fight Night: Liverpool

BAMMA Fight Night: Southampton was a mixed martial arts event held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) on 7 June 2014, at the O2 Guildhall in Southampton.[50]

It is the first Fight Night in a series of events intended to bring the BAMMA franchise to smaller cities and towns across the UK, the shows will give contracted fighters more opportunities to compete in addition to developing more localised talent.

Fight Card

BAMMA Fight Night: Liverpool

BAMMA Fight Night: Liverpool
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 2nd August 2014
Venue The Liverpool Olympia
City Liverpool
Event chronology
BAMMA Fight Night: Southampton BAMMA Fight Night: Liverpool BAMMA 16

BAMMA Fight Night: Liverpool was a mixed martial arts event that was held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) on August 2nd 2014, at the Liverpool Olympia. [51]

It is the second Fight Night event scheduled to be held by the BAMMA franchise.

Fight Card

BAMMA 16

BAMMA 16
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 13th September 2014
Venue Victoria Warehouse
City Manchester
Event chronology
BAMMA Fight Night: Liverpool BAMMA 16 BAMMA 17

BAMMA 16 is an upcoming mixed martial arts event scheduled to be held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) on September 14, 2014.

Fight Card

BAMMA 17

BAMMA 17
Information
Promotion British Association of Mixed Martial Arts
Date 6th December 2014
Venue Victoria Warehouse
City Manchester
Event chronology
BAMMA 16 BAMMA 17 BAMMA 18

BAMMA 17 is an upcoming mixed martial arts event scheduled to be held by the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA) on December 6, 2014.

Fight Card

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