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Fighter Spotlight: Jason Jones will show "no remorse" at BAMMA 9
This Saturday night, Jason Jones returns to action for the first time in 2012 when he goes head to head with Przemyslaw Mysiala at BAMMA 9 from the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham, England.
A 25-fight veteran, Jones has competed in such organizations as M-1 Global, Shooto, and K-1, and heads into his BAMMA debut riding the momentum of a dramatic third-round KO victory over Shamil Abdulmuslimov at the United Glory 2010-2011 World Series Finals.
Intent on making an immediate impact on BAMMA’s Light Heavyweight division, Jones credits his training at Team Golden Glory for his high intensity style, which has led to 13 finishes in 16 victories.
“The training at Team Golden Glory is very intense, and being surrounded by high-profile fighters has certainly benefited my game,” said Jones. “All of this will give me an extra edge over Mysiala, but seriously the edge over Mysiala was already made at birth.”
Possessing the fierce kickboxing ability that has come to be expected from members of the Holland based camp, Jones compliments his dangerous striking with a slick submission game. As a result, he’s proven to be one of the more well-rounded competitors at 205-pounds, knocking-out seven opponents, while forcing another six to tap-out.
When asked how he expects Saturday’s showdown with Mysiala to end, Jones remained tight-lipped on the specifics, but promised that fans can expect, “Action in the most brutal fashion possible by a fighter with no remorse.”
The British Association of Mixed Martial Arts returns with it’s BAMMA 9 card on March 24th from the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham, England. Headlining the stacked card will be a Middleweight title clash between reigning division champion Tom “Kong” Watson and challenger Jack “Hammer” Marshman.
For more information on this and other upcoming BAMMA events, visit BAMMA.com