TITLE shots are on the cards for two Latchford fighters in 2024.

Warrior Muay Thai pair Phillip Mannian and Ash Harrison earned their opportunities with third-round stoppages against their opponents in contests on the Xtreme Promotions Return With A Vengeance show at The Heath Plaza in Runcorn.

The Warrior Muay Thai corner erupted in cheers as Mannian and Harrison showcased the result of their dedicated training under the guidance of the Loushers Lane gym's experienced coaches.

Head coach Darren Collins said their strategic and powerful strikes left an indelible mark on the night's fights, impressing both fans and opponents.

He added that their achievements reflects only their individual skill but also the high standards of training and coaching at Warrior Muay Thai.

"We are immensely proud of Phil and Ash for their exceptional performances," said Collins.

"Their dedication to their craft and the countless hours they've spent honing their skills have truly paid off. We look forward to supporting them as they pursue titles in the coming year."

For Harrison, who has his own business called Imperial Painting and Decorating, it was actually his first bout but becomes the new contender for a title virtue of defeating the more experienced fighter who had been in line.

Leisure Guard Security operations manager Mannian now has a record of three wins and a draw since starting out with Warrior Muay Thai three years ago.