The most recent installment of Full Contact Contender (FCC) 14 saw SBGUK’s Matt Inman and Jordan ‘Handsome’ Desborough headline and co-headline the card picking up professional wins to add to their record, via 2nd round TKO.
Matt Inman, coming off his last win on FCC13 for the European Welterweight Title, displayed a performance boasting new additions to his striking arsenal before the referee stepped in to call an end to the bout. For the majority of the fight Inman kept his opponent, Dez Parker, at range with straight punches and an array of kicks but was quick to land knees and elbows in the clinch once the distance had closed.
A punishing knee from the clinch followed by a straight in the 2nd put his opponent down and the fight was stopped with Inman successful in defending his Title.
Jordan ‘Handsome’ Desborough, also coming off a win on FCC13, put on a dominant grappling display to co-headline the event. From the off Desborough showed an improved skillset on the feet, landing shots and transitioning into his wrestling, before going to work on the ground. Controlling position, Desborough stayed active landing elbows from top. The moments when Desborough was on bottom he showed an active guard to sweep and regain control of the fight. In the 2nd Desborough took the back of his opponent before flattening him out and landing unanswered shots, bringing the fight to an end.
Both Inman and Desborough have stayed active, since the Cage Warriors hiatus, earning a winning streak in the domestic circuit. Developments in skillset from bout to bout are evident in their
fights and momentum is on their side. Matt Inman already booked for Made 4 The Cage in a few short weeks, the SBGUK team look to stay busy in November with bouts booked for both Pros and Amateurs.