Eternal MMA 25 Saturday night in Perth: Mick Addison, Mitch Martin clash for bantamweight title

Eternal MMA returns to Perth this Saturday night for another show at the WA Italian Club. The pro-am fight card will be headlined by an all local bantamweight title fight between Mick Addison and Mitch Martin.

Undefeated after two appearances in the promotion, Evolution MMA’s Mick Addison earned his shot at the bantamweight title with a gutsy unanimous decision against Orcun As at Eternal MMA 15. The former pro motocross rider will square off for the vacant title with the MMA Clinic’s Mitch Martin, who is coming off an impressive 73-second submission of Ryan Robertson at Eternal MMA 11.

In the co-main event, Perth local Josh Della, also from the MMA Clinic, returns to the promotion and will be hunting for his third consecutive victory when he welcomes South Australia’s Daniel Currie.

In the other pro fight slated for the night, Next Generation Mandurah’s Anthony Drillich takes on AMMA’s Troy Carro.

Although recent reports are suggesting that the state’s controversial cage ban is due to be lifted by the newly elected labor government any day now, unfortunately it’s unlikely to be pushed through in time for Saturday night’s event.

Eternal MMA 25 will be streamed live via the MMA World Cup website.

Fight Card (Pro):

  • Mick Addison vs. Mitch Martin – Eternal bantamweight title
  • Josh Della vs. Daniel Currie
  • Anthony Drillich vs. Troy Carro

Fight Card (Amateur):

  • Eoin Duggan vs. Torren Honda
  • Adam Lawrence vs. DJ Bowron
  • Brandon Rawlings vs. Tyron Waigana
  • Maxime Binet vs. Dishin Ravindran
  • Kim Piper vs. Brooke Kenrick
  • Ihsan Ahmedi vs. Daniel Fuller
  • Peter Moore vs. Mitch Taylor
  • Darcy Spowart vs. Jon Norton

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Started Martial Arts training after watching Mr Miyagi and Daniel-son in Karate Kid back in 1987. By the time MMA arrived many years later, I was hooked. Coverage of local MMA was via scarce posts on forums like the Underground and Sherdog. I embarked on covering the sport in 2002 and since then have written thousands of articles for both print and online media, before branching out and starting Fight News Australia in 2010. Outside the site, I dream of riding in an F1 car.