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Hammer Time Fight Show on Fox Sports Every Wednesday
Wednesday, May 8th, 2013
Don’t miss tonight (Wednesday May 8, 2013) the premier of Hammer Time on Fox Sports at 8PM – The first episode will feature the controversial bout between Aussie Stone Gold Steve Moxon and Russian Dzhabar Askerov.
Caley Reece wins vs Meryem Uslu – Epic 7 Staunch Results
Monday, October 15th, 2012
On Saturday October 13 Caley Reece defended her World muay thai title winning over Meryem Uslu from Germany in the final fight of her career at Epic 7 held in Perth.
Epic 7 Staunch Muay Thai Perth Saturday October 13
Friday, October 5th, 2012
On Saturday October 13 in Craigie Leisure Centre Perth’s crowd will witness the next edition of Epic Muay Thai Fight Nights headlined by Caley Reece at the final bout in her career – Fight Card.
Caley Reece 5 reasons for last muay thai fight
Thursday, September 27th, 2012
On Saturday October 13 Australian best muay thai female fighter Caley Reece will face Meryem Uslu from Germany in the final bout of her career at the main event of Epic 7 Staunch in Perth.
Caley Reece wins @ Sinbi vs the Rest of Phuket
Thursday, September 13th, 2012
On Wednesday September 12 in Phuket, Thailand Caley Reece – multiple female World muaythai champion from Australia – won her professional muay thai fight.
Caley Reece Muay Thai Fight September 12 Thailand
Tuesday, September 11th, 2012
On Wednesday September 12 multiple female World muaythai champion from Australia Caley Reece will fight at Sinbi vs the Rest of Phuket event.
Epic 6 Raw Muay Thai Perth June 30
Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012
On Saturday June 30 Perth will host the next edition of Epic muaythai shows featuring Caley Reece, Wes Capper, Tim Morisson, Kim Townsend, Mathew King, Roy Wills, Ruan Du Plessis & other top Australian fighters.
Caley Reece: We are not allowed Thai Boxing talk on Sundays
Wednesday, April 4th, 2012
Australia’s best female muay thai fighter Caley Reece who recently fought in Thailand, taking a fight on a short notice, in front of the IOC to help Muay Thai gain recognition into the Olympic games, spoken to Fightmag.net about her achievements, present and future plans.
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