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Rankings Report: UK #1 Charlie Peters Returns to MTGP, Plus More

Tonight, Muay Thai Grand Prix returns to London for MTGP 28 with a stacked card of top Muay Thai and Kickboxing bouts at the Indigo at the O2 Arena.

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UK 66.6kg #1 Charlie Peters returns UK soil after his win over former UK #1 Liam Harrison at MTGP 17 twelve-months ago.

He will face Bulgarian fighter Sevdalin Slavov in the main event at the 2000+ capacity venue in the east end of London.

Since his win over Harrison last year, Peters signed for ONE Championship, but lost his debut fight against Chamuaktong at ‘Call to Greatness’ in February earlier this year.

He will now return to UK shores for the bout against strong Bulgarian striker Sevdalin Slavov, whose last fight on MTGP was at MTGP 20 in Bulgaria back in January where the fight was stopped in the third round due to a severe cut.

Michael Pham

UK 66.6kg #10 Michael Pham is back after a British title loss to Scotsman Brian Totty on his last MTGP outing.

He faces tough Frenchman Eddy Vong tonight and will be looking to put in a strong performance in front of his home crowd and get back to winning ways after being on the wrong end of a decision last time out.

Evan Jays

Posterboy Evan Jays, the current UK 58.9kg #8, will also be back competing under the MTGP banner once again tonight.

He faces Italian fighter Lorenzo Gatta as he aims to continue his good run of form after beating the highly-rated John Shink at MTGP 24 in April.

Sam Brown

UK 82.5kg #6 Sam Brown is in action this weekend against a dangerous opponent in Kamil Koltan.

The pair will face of in a kickboxing rules bout on the KGP 22 card at in London tonight and is being touted by many as a fight that could steal the show.

Both Sam and Kamil bring an exciting, no-nonsense, style of fighting and are both known for their knockout power. Expect this not to go the distance.

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