Jahreau Shepherd Vs. James Reedman at BAMMA 34

Jahreau Shepherd Vs. James Reedman at BAMMA 34

[18.01.18 London] BAMMA today confirm Jahreau 'The Nightmare' Shepherd Vs. James 'Monkey Boy' Reedman has been added to the BAMMA 34: Lohore Vs.Brazier fight card. This exciting bout includes the next generation of potential MMA superstars taking centre stage, as they look to stake their claims to future title shots.

BAMMA 34: Lohore Vs. Brazier takes place at the SSE Arena, Wembley, London on Friday 9th March. Tickets are on sale now from bamma.com

 

Welterweight Bout

James ‘Monkey Boy’ Reedman Vs. Jahreau ‘The Nightmare’ Shepherd

Announced exclusively in this week's BAMMA newsletter, James ‘Monkey Boy’ Reedman will be welcoming BAMMA newcomer Jahreau ‘The Nightmare’ Shepherd to BAMMA on his pro debut. The man they call the Nightmare spent his short amateur career fighting at Middleweight, where he tore through all the competition with his ultra aggressive style, leaving a trail of devastation behind him. His destructive style has managed to build a huge fan base already, with his last couple of bouts only lasting a combined 0:18 seconds.However, Reedman already has experience of facing power punchers, after taking on Tommy ‘KO’ King at BAMMA 31. Stepping back into action at the SSE Arena, Reedman will be looking to derail the Shepherd hype train before it even leaves the station on March 9th.

Additional Notes

James Reedman (1-1) is the assistant MMA coach at NFM Windsor & Monkey Muay Thai. Getting his pro debut win in March of last year inside the first round via strikes, Reedman is now working to progress his career and work his way through the ranks. A well rounded MMA fighter, Reedman started training in 2011 and now specialises in teaching and bringing young people into the sport. Reedman lost his BAMMA debut against Tommy ‘KO’ King, but will be doing everything in his power to gain his first victory inside a BAMMA cage when he faces Shepherd.

Jahreau ‘The Nightmare’ Shepherd (debut) trains alongside the likes of Alex ‘Mean’ Montagnani. ‘The Nightmare’ has been tearing up the amateur Middleweight ranks, with only one of his fights going the distance and the rest of his bouts finishing in less than one minute combined. The Kennington fighter has been making quite the name for himself in a short space of time, and after finding it difficult to get new opponents has made the decision to drop to Welterweight and turn pro.

 

BAMMA 34: Lohore Vs. Brazier takes place at the SSE Arena, Wembley, London on Friday 9th March. Tickets are on sale now from bamma.com