David Khalsa has extended his BAMMA fight deal and heads to London on 28 June to face John Nicholls.
Fast becoming a fan favourite with his high velocity and aggressive fighting style, the bamma.com team sat down with the ‘Demolition Man’ to discover what plans he has in place now he that he has once again committed his fighting future to BAMMA.
“I think it’s a great match up for me”, says Khalsa of facing Nicholls.
“I’ve fought two of his stablemates, so our teams know each other well which will definitely make it interesting. I’m really looking forward to it.”
“I’m hungrier than ever, there’s only one outcome of this fight and that’s me getting my hand raised and performing a full Demolition Derby job on John Nicholls.”
Khalsa (2-2) opened his pro account with a first round victory over Cian Cowley (1-1) in May of last year, following that up with a split decision win over Charlie Boy Howard at BAMMA 31.
He shipped a second round TKO to Dylan Tuke at BAMMA 32 in November 2017 followed up by a unanimous decision loss to Nathan Rose at BAMMA 25 in March of this year.
Nicholls, six years his senior at 36 is also riding a two loss streak.
His previous four bouts have been at welterweight, most recently running afoul of Josh Plant (BAMMA 34) and James Reedman at MTK MMA’s fist event in May of this year.
With both men sharing 2-2 records and similar fight paths, their June 28 clash should be an exciting one.
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