Accrington's Kokoro Gym held the third in their "K.O. Ring Wars" series at Blackburn featuring a 14 fight card with some of the best local battlers.
And it was a successful day for the Dale Street gym with eight out of their 11 fighters winning in their chosen sport - whether it was professional Mixed Martial Arts, professional kickboxing or semi pro boxing.
The two outstanding victories came from the gym’s two most experienced fighters.
ISKA English champion Mikey Worswick, from Springhill, took on experienced and highly-rated John Lloyd of Leeds Cage.
Mikey took control from the outset and caught John with a clean knockout blow towards the end of round One.
"It was a class performance from the promising 18-year-old," said coach Jason Curtis. "I have lots planned for Mikey and he will go all the way. "
The other was boxer Luke Robinson who has also come a long way in a short period of time.
Luke, 19, has had 17 semi pro victories out of 18 contests and also managed to avenge his one and only loss on the circuit at the Dunkenhalgh Hotel recently, knocking out Paul Ohagen of Newcastle in a classy performance halfway through the first round.
Luke was up against tough Polish opposition in Ring Wars taking on previously unbeaten Matt Merrick of Grimsby MMA.
Curtis said: "The fight went all the way despite Luke shaking Matt a couple of times in rounds two and three.
"It was a tough contest but Luke came out the clear victor again showing he has the class and pedigree to turn professional, as we plan to do later this year."
The next planned show, again at the Liquid venue in Blackburn, is in September and anyone wishing to be considered to compete should contact Jason Curtis on 07715811646.