London Shootfighters

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London Shootfighters
Founded by Alexis Demtriades, Paul Ivens
Primary trainers Alexis Demetriades, Paul Ivens, Andy Zajac, Marios Demetriades
Current titleholders

Marius Zaromskis welterweight champion (Dream); welterweight Grand Prix Winner (Dream 2009) 168 lb (76 kg; 12.0 st)

Karlos Vemola middleweight champion (UCMMA, GCF, Czech MMAA)
Prominent fighters James Thompson (PRIDE FC, Sengoku, KSW, Bellator)
Mostapha Al Turk (UFC)
John Hathaway (UFC)
Marius Zaromskis (DREAM, Cage Rage, Bellator)
Michael Page (UCMMA, SFL, Bellator)
Training facilities Hooks Gym, Park Royal, West London

London Shootfighters mixed martial arts (MMA) gym and fight team based in London,[1] and founded in 1997 by Alexis Demetriades and Paul Ivens.

Promotions and management[edit]

London Shootfighters Gym is also involved in the promotion of Mixed Martial Arts Events having been running shows since MMA first gained its popularity in the UK. In 2004, they put on Extreme Force at Wembley, which was the first UK based show to take the sport out of night clubs and into the bigger arena, a pioneering act that other shows followed. London Shootfighters also manages and promotes its fighters, dealing with large mixed martial arts shows all over the world such as the UFC, DREAM and Sengoku all the way down to amateur shows at the grass roots level.

Associated fighters[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Aiming for the Top: London Shootfighters - Aiming for the top". 2007-05-08. Retrieved 2014-02-06. 

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