A SKEGNESS-based martial arts coach is celebrating after he won his first ever cage fight.
Ben Steel-Chambers travelled to Manchester recently to compete in the biggest cage fighting event in the country.
Four cages and hundreds of fighters and fans made for an exciting day.
Ben trains and coaches Mixed Martial Arts at Skegness Freestyle Kickboxing Gym on Heath Road, Skegness.
His fight was due to run over two rounds of five minutes but Ben won the bout in under two-and-a-half minutes of the first round, finishing his opponent Tom Clarke from the BJJ Lab in Blackpool with awsome leg kicks and won by TKO.
Corner men were Ross Flay and John Butler.
Chief Instructor, Ross Flay, said: “We knew Ben could do it he trained very hard for this fight and was more than ready to take on his opponent”.
Ben is now looking for his next cage fight. If any one is interseted in MMA they should contact Skegness Freestyle Kickboxing 07929314729 or visit skegnessfreestylekickboxing.co.uk.