Fighter hopeful to remain perfect

Undefeated Chase Ingalls will fight for another title on March 12, in Ladysmith.

Chase Ingalls flies high as he trains with his dad Jody for an upcoming title fight in Ladysmith.

Undefeated Chase Ingalls will fight for another title on March 12, in Ladysmith.

The Campbell River fighter already holds all the junior titles in the International Sport Kickboxing Association.

Over the last two-and-a-half years, Ingalls has trained and fought hard to work his way up the world kick boxing ladder. He started with the Canadian title, then took the North American belt, and then fought close battle against the very talented Darren Till from Liverpool, England, for the world title.

Now 18, Ingalls will be competing in the adult division when he battles Fabien Vichi of France in Ladysmith at the Shell Beach Recreation Centre. Ingalls will be competing for the welterweight title at the World Kick Boxing Network’s on Quest for the Title VII.

Ingalls basically grew up in the dojo and is trained by his father Jody at Pure Self Defence in Campbell River. Tickets are are available Pure Self Defence.

or by calling 250-591-0593.


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