Peter Hamilton - a lightweight original member of KCAM Stranmillis, Peter punched well above his weight and trained for nearly a decade with the club. Peter worked hard to aid and support the club, sourcing premises for it in Belfast.
Keith "Billy Ramadan" Hazlett - Ram, as he was affectionately known was amongst the first fighters to represent KCAM in the mid to late 1990's. Ram had over 7 fights for the club before his untimely passing RIP.
Gary Kelso - the Richill man trained alongside Ashley in Karate before making the changeover to kickboxing - fighting the Ram as headline event on one fight night.
Keith Goddard - the big man from Newcastle, made the long journey to Dungannon to train and spar anyone put before him. A solid MMA fighter in his own right.
John McCourt - the Fermanagh fighter trained with KCAM during the Stranmillis days and fought a fast paced bout at every opportunity.
Niall Oliver - a Monaghan H/weight who trained with KCAM diligently during his days at college. Niall took two fights for the club.
Andy Rea - one of the fittest men ever to fight under the KCAM name, Andy worked hard to ensure he was always ready to compete
John Courtney - the southpaw from Belfast proved to be a powerful opponent to any of his many sparring partners, never ducking any of the kickboxers put before him.
Stevie Forsythe - one of the strongest men to ever train in KCAM, Stevie was a big man with great power in his punches, he continues to train in MMA with a Belfast based club.
Stuart Kelso - the younger brother of Gary, a very talented boxer who moved to the USA.
Jim Lockhart - the lightweight fighter was always keen to fight and proved himself a tough opponent who never knew how to stay down.
Alan Shivers - another of the original Stranmillis KCAM club, Alan later moved to train with us in Dungannon. A great lad who tragically died young RIP.
Davy Archer - the gentle giant from Dungannon was always a pleasure to train alongside, his industrious nature and cordial manner earned him great respect from all.