Scaffolder set for ‘most important’ MMA fight yet in aid of cancer charity

A PASMA scaffolding operative is set to take to the octagon later this week to compete in a mixed martial arts (MMA) fight in aid of Cancer Research UK.

Ahead of his fight on December 16, Bradley Rice undertook an eight-week intensive MMA bootcamp alongside his work at Liverpool-based Teal Scaffold.

Having competed in MMA for over a decade, Bradley said the fight at the Ultra MMA event in Liverpool will be his ‘most challenging and important’ fight to date.

Bradley continued, “Cancer Research UK is a charity that is very close to my heart, so I wanted to raise funds for the cause. The work they do to support not just those who are affected by cancer but also their families is priceless.”

Bradley’s manager at Teal Scaffold, Kevin Williams, added, “We are incredibly proud of Bradley. We have seen first-hand how hard he has worked in training in preparation for the big event and cause. The team at Teal Scaffold will be backing Bradley as he fights for a great cause. Good luck and well done to all those involved in the event.”

Donations to Bradley’s Just Giving page can be made by clicking here, whilst tickets for the fundraising event can be purchased here.