This weekend, Victoria Warehouse will play host to some gripping combat sport action, beginning with the third instalment of Tanko Fighting Championships on Saturday, followed by the highly anticipated Tanko Muay Thai League on Sunday.
With less than 48 hours to go, we share the full lowdown on this weekend’s events!
Tanko Fighting Championships #3
The official weigh-in for Tanko Fighting Championships 3 will be held in the Archives of Victoria Warehouse on Friday 10th February, with doors opening at 11.30am and weigh-in’s kicking off at midday.
The TFC3 weigh-in will be open to the general public, giving everyone the opportunity to look on as each contender locks eyes with their opponent for the first time ahead of fight night.
Main event star ‘Felony’ Charles Bennett will also be conducting a meet and greet at the weigh-in alongside previous TFC winners Brendan Loughnane, Saul ‘Tha Hangman’ Rogers and Kane ‘The Danger’ Mousah.
If you can’t make it to Victoria Warehouse for midday, you watch the event from the comfort of your home as the entire weigh-in will be live-streamed on the Tanko Events Facebook page.
Doors for Tanko Fighting Championships #3 will open at 5pm, with the first amaetur bout of the night taking place at 5.30pm. The pro card is due to start at 8.00pm. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door, however, these will be issued at a cost of £10 more than the advertised prices online.
Tanko Fighting Championships #3 will be live-streamed on YouTube, with the viewing link shared on the Tanko Events Facebook page. The event will also be screened later this month on Fight Life TV (Sky channel 468, Freeview 91, FreeSat 250) on Saturday, 18th and Monday, 20th February.
Tanko Muay Thai League
The Tanko Muay Thai League weigh-in will be taking place in Shed B of Victoria Warehouse on Saturday 11th February. Doors will be opening at midday with weigh-in starting at 12.30pm.
The Tanko Muay Thai League weigh-in will be a public event, giving attendees the chance to see competitors squaring off for pictures and videos.
It will also be live-streamed on the Tanko Events Facebook page.
Doors for Tanko Muay Thai League will open at 1.00pm with the first bout of the night taking place at 2.00pm. The interval will take place around 4.00pm, with doors closing approximately 7.00pm.
Tickets will be available on the door, although these will be issued with an additional charge of £10 on top of the advertised online prices.
Tanko Muay Thai League will be live-streamed on YouTube, and the viewing link will be accessible on the Tanko Events Facebook page. The event will be shown later this month on Fight Life TV (Sky channel 468, Freeview 91, FreeSat 250) on Friday, 17th February.