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Invergordon fighters have big future in mixed martial arts says former world champion


By Andrew Henderson

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Highland Martial Arts Centre (HMAC) head coach Ross Houston believes Invergordon mixed martial-artist Fraser Watson has the right team to keep improving.

Watson lost by judges decision when he made his debut at an On Top show last month.

Another Invergordon fighter, Tyler Macdonald, was more successful, claiming a second round technical knockout in a Highland derby.

However, Bellator fighter Houston thinks the likes of Watson and Macdonald will only get better thanks to his coaching staff at HMAC.

Read more in today's North Star


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