The Fight Record progress is speeding along at an alarming rate. Securing meetings, getting media collated, editing, writing are all at the top of the to-do list. Already there have been a number of meetings that Fight Record have been discussing how to move forward and get ready for the media collection and database compilation.
Craig Jose’s Northern Kings, in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne, was first up (blog post to follow), next gym to be on the Fight Record hit list was Tony Cunningham’s Millennium Martial Arts in Blyth. Lots of networking and interacting with many different people with lots of different experiences within the sport.
There has been some very good progress being made in terms of website development too, beginning the provision of content on the Fight Record blog and also updating the Fight Record Fighter Profiles and Gym pages with lots of informational content for everyone to be sifting through.
Next up and already in the diary is Richard Smith’s Bad Company Gym in Leeds. This is a very exciting one for us all as it is one of the best-known gyms in Europe, not just the UK. Every gym we visit is exciting but this one will be one to remember and will a valuable addition to the Fight Record roster.
Yet to be discussed for a visit are the remaining gyms, The Griphouse, Pra Chao Suua, Franks Gym and Double K. There will be updates across social media during the gym visits and meetings that we will be having over the next couple of weeks so keep your eyes peeled on Facebook and Instagram to see what Fight Record is busy doing.
Whose fighter profile are you most looking forward to seeing and research? The Fight Record progress is really beginning to take shape now and the team are very much looking forward to bringing something new to the Muay Thai market.