Up-and-coming fighter retains undefeated record

Skegness mixed martial arts fighter George Chambers, pictured centre, iz progressing will on the amateur circuit.

Skegness mixed martial arts fighter George Chambers, pictured centre, iz progressing will on the amateur circuit.

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An up-and-coming young martial arts competitor from Skegness is gearing up for the British Mixed Martial Arts Championship after a spate of recent victories.

Skegness Freestyle Kick Boxing club member George Chambers, 15, retained his undefeated record at the East Coast Fight Factory event t Norwich Studios on Saturday, June 29 by taking victory against Dan Cusdin from Kings Lynn MMA.

Marianne Chambers, George’s mother, says the family are all very proud of his successes so far.

“Well done George and good luck for the British Amateur MMA Championships,” she said.

The young fighter, who is also a student at Skegness Grammar School, has notched up a 6-0 unbeaten record in this year’s amateur bouts so far.

George is due to fight again in Wisbech on August 31 and is awaiting dates for the British Amateur Mixed Martial Arts Championship in Liverpool.

He is coached by his older brother Ben Steels-Chambers, who teaches at the Skegness Freestyle Kick Boxing club on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.