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Pacific X-Treme Combat bolsters roster with three international fighters

The Pacific X-Treme Combat has added three international fighters to its fight roster. The promotion today announced the signings of Kai Kamaka Jr. (1-0), Ryan Mulvihill (10-3) and Josh Gow (3-0), who have all signed exclusive fight deals for the next two years. Details on any of the three’s promotional debuts, however, were not announced. […]

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FSA Insight: Can GLORY Kickboxing Succeed in the United States?

As September draws near, the United States will once again play host to the biggest kickboxing promotion in the world: GLORY. GLORY made their American debut with GLORY 9 NYC, which was highlighted by a light-heavyweight tournament featuring Tyrone Spong, a heavyweight slaughterfest between Daniel Ghita and Brice Guidon, and a solid collections of North […]

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MMA Leak: Alexander Emelianenko Will Rematch Jeff Monson at LEGEND 3 in Russia

A lot of us assumed that the Russian promotion LEGEND would be a one and done show, especially after their expensive looking first event, complete with laser shows, dancers dressed like birds, and PRIDE-esque walkout vidos.  LEGEND 1 featured the likes of Alexander Emelianenko, Bob Sapp, Badr Hari, Dzhabar Askerov, Artur Kyshenko, and other European […]

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Aikpracha vs. Warren Stevelmans, Sitthichai vs. Juri Kehl Headline MAX Jakarta

Earlier today, rising promotion MAX Muay Thai unveiled four more fights for their second show in Jakarta, scheduled for June 29th. As on every MAX card, a 4 man tournament composed of the top 67kg international talent in the world tops off the event, and is complimented by three to four bouts featuring Muay Thai […]

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Diesellek Aoodonmuang Rounds Out MAX 4 Man Tournament in Jakarta

Earlier today, rising Muay Thai promotion MAX announced that the Thai representative and Yokkao fighter, Diesellek Aoodonmuang, will be the final member in their upcoming 4 man tournament, set for June 29 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Diesellek is a great name to add on the roster, which already includes the likes of Victor Ngabe, Rhassan Muhareb, and […]

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KSW 23: Mamed Khalidov vs Melvin Manhoef Full Card

KSW 23 is coming up this weekend, and it features some seriously blockbuster level fights between Poland’s best and the rest of the world. Headlining the card is the always dynamic Melvin Manhoef taking on one of the best talents not in a major promotion right now, Mamed Khalidov. Mamed Khalidov looks unstoppable. He’s finished […]

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Koji Oishi Becomes ONE FC Featherweight Champion at ONE FC: Rise to Power

31 May 2013 – Manila: ONE Fighting Championship™ (ONE FC), Asia’s largest mixed martial arts organization, wowed the sold-out crowd in attendance at Mall of Asia Arena with ONE FC: RISE TO POWER. The event was ONE FC’s largest event in history and 20,000 fans were treated to a night of unforgettable action as ONE […]

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Fabio Pinca Headlines MAX 4 Man Tournament in Jakarta

MAX Muay Thai is back with their second show on June 29 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The show’s format will once again feature a 4 man tournament, and 3-4 superfights between some of the top 70 kg names in the division. Yesterday, MAX announced 3 of the 4 competitors in their tournament, including French Muay Thai […]

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ROAD FC 012 Official Line-Up Announced

Rising Korean MMA organization ROAD FC has recently announced their full line-up for it’s hotly anticipated 12th event which will be held on the 22nd of June Sat at the Chi-ak stadium, Won-ju, Korea. Kil-woo Lee and Min-jong Song will meet in the main event of the evening, bringing the Bantamweight tournament to an end […]

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Andrews Nakahara Announced As Opponent for Myung Ho Bae at ROAD FC 012

Today in Korea, ROAD FC announced Andrews Nakahara as the opponent for Myung Ho Bae’s return to the cage on June 22 at ROAD FC 012. Nakahara is another name that has been forgotten by many people as of late, primarily due to inactivity. A native of Mogi das Cruzes Brazil, Nakahara first reached fame […]

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