Find A Star: MMA legend Chi Lewis Parry gives Scots the chance to become the next Mixed Martial Arts star

Undefeated UAE Warriors Heavyweight Champion Chi Lewis Parry is launching a competition to find the next Mixed Martial Arts star.

By Rachel Mackie
Thursday, 26th November 2020, 4:45 pm

Scots with a desire to step into the ring are urged to enter the competition, which will see 20 contenders undergo a rigorous boot camp and intensive training that will last 10 weeks to become the next cage fighting champion.

The winner of MMA TV’s Find A Star contest will receive a multi-fight contract with promoters Prim2 as well as starring in their own fly on the wall documentary.

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Undefeated UAE Heavyweight Warriors Champion Chi Lewis-Parry is launching a Mixed Martial Arts talent search to Find A Star in Scotland.

Also included in the prize is a one year sponsorship deal with RDX Sports.

Britain’s UAE Warriors Heavyweight Champion Chi Lewis-Parry commented: “Mixed Martial Arts is really on the map now so we’re launching Find A Star to enable someone new to break onto the fight scene and follow in my footsteps to the top. You don’t have to have any experience but

you will definitely need an appetite to be the best. I’ll soon be fighting the greatest ever UFC fighter, Jon Jones, on the same fight card as superstar Conor McGregor, and I want the Find A Star winners to live the dream too.”

To enter, applicants must send a video of why they should be chosen as one of the contestants, as well as including contact details.

Undefeated UAE Heavyweight Warriors Champion Chi Lewis-Parry is launching a Mixed Martial Arts talent search to Find A Star in Scotland.

Applicants must be over the age of 18, and have never stepped in the ring before.

The closing date is December 11.

The competition is being supported by the A Star Foundation, which helps young people to find positive pathways by taking part in activities such as sport.

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