Begley: “It is going to be an interesting clash of styles”  

Cage Legacy spoke with woman’s bantamweight contender Dee Begley from BJJ Cork ahead of here title bout against fellow Cork contender Rosa Walsh in just 2 days at cage Legacy 3 in the Neptune Stadium. The Netune Cork is the home to many a memorable event and this Saturday another one is coming!

July 22nd in the Neptune Stadium in Cork both girls battle it out to become the first ever woman’s MMA champion in our promotion, HISTORY will be made on fight night!

On March 24th 2017 Dee Begley defeated Silje Wahl in Drogheda at Cage Legacy 2 via Guillotine Choke in 3rd Rd to earn her title shot.

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We asked Begley how did you get into the sport?

“I’ve been Kickboxing since I was aged 8, so I’ve always loved fighting. I boxed in UCC with Arann, he asked me for years to come up and train with them and I eventually did!”

This is the biggest woman’s MMA bout on our show to date and will rally show two highly skilled athletes battle it out in front of the Cork fans. Begley stated that her inspiration for all this is her mother.

When we asked Begley how does she see this fight ending the bantamweight challenger replied: ” This will be one hell of a fight that could end in a number of different ways. She’s is an accomplished Ju Jitsu practitioner and I am an excellent Kickboxer, it is going to be an interesting clash of styles”

Begley has been training since the age of 8 in Martial Ats and when Begley and Walsh clash in 2 days at Cage Legacy 3 it will be a fight to remember for a long time, Everyone has wanted to see this fight for a long time and now its finally about to go down!

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