Watch Dean Tromans big head-kick KO from Urban Fight Night 24

The first event of 2021 could not have started in a more spectacular way for Sydney promotion Urban Fight Night as they held their event on Saturday night.

In the first fight of Urban Fight Night 24, Australian Top Team-trained Dean Tromans returned from a disappointing loss at Urban Fight Night 23 to take on Bimo Adriano in an amateur contest.

After being edged by a split decision in his debut, Tromans made sure not to leave it in the hands of the judges this time around.



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With Adriano’s guard lowered, Tromans threw a right head-kick that landed flush. The impact dropped Adriano to the canvas with a thud.

It was no surprise that Tromans walked away with KO of the Night honours.

Tromans will return back to training straight away as he prepares for a lightweight bout against Sam Grigg on the Eternal MMA 58 card scheduled for March 20 in Queensland.

Results (Pro):

  • Randall Rayment def. Dean Maxwell via TKO (Calf Kick/Injury),  Rd 1 – Urban Fight Night light-heavyweight championship
  • David Francis def. Blake Sheppeard via Submission (Guillotine Choke), Rd 1
  • Harry Grech def. Justin Danielson via KO (Strikes), Rd 1
  • Junior Mo def. John Armstrong via TKO (Strikes), Rd 2

Results (Amateur):

  • Farhood Khalabtar def. Isnad Zaman via Decision (Unanimous)
  • Emil Jeries def. Pete Dawson via KO/TKO (Doctor’s Stoppage), Rd 1
  • Matty Iann def. Asterios Tsiatsios via Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke), Rd 1
  • Kaleb Rideout def. Drew Alexander via TKO (Strikes), Rd 1
  • Hayder Khudair def. Dean McDonald via KO (Knee), Rd 1
  • Liufau Fonua def. Bradley Shackleton via KO (Strikes), Rd 1
  • Dean Tromans def. Bimo Adriano via KO (Head-Kick), Rd 2

Gruesome calk kick from Randall Raymend ends Urban Fight Night 24 main event

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