AN all out war is about to erupt at the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre as Total Havoc 6 hits town on November 3.
After the success of Total Havoc 5, held in the Shoalhaven on March 10, Total Havoc 6 will be another night of blood, sweat and testosterone.
Although the main fight fights will be Muay Thai and kickboxing, there will be at least one professional boxing fight, including Shoalhaven boxer Daniel Jones.
This promotion will feature many local champions, including Cameron Howes, Chad McGillick and Leanne “The Enforcer” Coombes, who have all been training hard for the event.
Howes, 20, from Shoalhaven Heads, is honing his skills at a fight camp at Urban Fight Gym, Queensland.
Howes usually fights in mixed martial arts events, however has been training in pure Muay Thai fighting style.
“My weakness was that I relied too much on my boxing. Training up here has developed my kicks and turned my weakness into a strength,” said Howes.
Although he is unsure of his opponent, Howes was 100 per cent confident coming into his next fight at Total Havoc 6.
McGillick is back in the ring after recovering from his injuries from his last fight.
He suffered a calf and ankle injury, with damaged ribs and back, although he assured the South Coast Register he is fighting fit for Total Havoc 6.
McGilliick’s opponent is yet to be decided.
“I don’t know who it is but I just want to go in there and hit him,” he said.
The undefeated Leanne Coombes is training up to six days a week in preparation for the event.
Coombes will be fighting for a WMC State Muay Thai title on against Shelley Doble from Elite Fight Gym in Sydney.
Doble has had 10 fights with nine wins and one loss.
The fight will be full Thai rules with elbows.
Coombes said that she will use her strengths to her advantage.
“My strengths are probably that I have more power behind my punches and kicks compared to most of my opponents,” she said.
Tickets can now be purchased at the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre.