Program Lineup Through Thursday July 28

Date Sport Event Price
Fri Jul 22 11:00PM ET MMA Ultimate Reno Combat 26 - Relentless $9.99
Sat Jul 23 7:00PM ET MuayThai The Warriors Cup XII $9.99
Sat Jul 23 7:00PM ET MMA CFFC 10 - Black Eye $9.99
Sat Jul 23 7:00PM ET Boxing

 

Knock Out Cancer $9.99
Sat Jul 23 8:00PM ET Boxing

 

Summer Fight Night at the O'Reilly Center $9.99
Sat Jul 23 9:00PM ET MMA SportFight X - July 23rd Show $9.99
Wed Jul 27 8:00PM ET Wrestling Alpha-1 Wrestling - Proving Grounds 2 $9.99
Sat Jul 23 10:00PM ET MMA Rocktagon - Battle on the Bay $9.99

 

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MMA Events

 

Ultimate Reno Combat 26 - Relentless

Fri Jul 22 11:00PM ET

 

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Northern Nevada's premier cage fighting event returns as Ultimate Reno Combat 26 presents Relentless

LIVE on July 22 at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nevada. Be there live to watch this 11-fight attraction

and if you can't make it to Reno watch online at the GFL Combat Sports Network at GFL.tv.

 

In one of the showcased matches, a pair of undefeated fighters lock horns as Erivelton Lopez (1-0) battles

Brandon Costa (1-0) in a contest of up and coming heavyweights. Lopez won his first fight by armbar

submission less than a minute into the fight. Costa won his fight by TKO/injury in the first. This could

shape up to be a classic matchup of grappler versus striker. Or it could be something completely different

as both men don't have enough cage time to properly form a game plan against them. This might be a wild

fight and steal the show if both men throw caution to the wind.

 

In other action, Undefeated Bantamweight Champion Oscar Ramirez (6-0) is also scheduled to compete.

He is coming off of a victory where he won the Ultimate Reno Combat 125 lb Championship in a tough

battle and will put his belt on the line for the first time. 5 of 6 of Ramirez' victories have been stoppages so

he will look to get out to a fast start and land a punch or kick or secure a submission early in the fight. Find

out if Ramirez will still be champion after Relentless!

 

A women's match is also scheduled as Kathryn Davis (2-1-1) fights Maria Andaverde (4-2) in what will no

doubt be a hotly contested showdown. Davis is coming off of a tough draw in her last fight and wants to get

back in the win column while Andaverde is sporting a 2-fight win streak both by first round KO. Expect

fireworks in this fight.

 

Plus MORE action, Jacob Westhoven (0-0) battles Lucas Perez (0-0) and Ronald Hohstadt (0-3) fights

Michael Hutchins (0-0). The winners of these fights will quickly pick up steam and get their MMA careers

going in the right direction.

 

For full fight card and more details about this event, visit gfl.tv or click here

 

 

 

CFFC 10 - Black Eye

Sat Jul 23 7:00PM ET

 

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Cage Fury Fighting Championships returns July 23 to Atlantic City, New Jersey as it presents CFFC 10 -

Black Eye at the Resorts Hotel and Casino. The exciting card is loaded with the top fighters on the East

Coast and will have 2 title fights! CFFC has been on a rampage since its re-launch and MMA fans in the

Tri-State area won't want to miss this stacked card.

 

In the main event, undefeated Joey "Boom Boom" Rivera (5-0) defends his CFFC Welterweight

Championship against tough Massachusetts fighter Chip "The Surgeon" Pollard (4-2). Rivera has finished

all of his opponents inside of two rounds with 4 of 5 ending in the first. Pollard will be the hardest test to

date for "Boom Boom" as the New England fighter Pollard has never been knocked out or submitted. For

"The Surgeon", this will be his first championship fight and is a tremendous opportunity for the rising

prospect. It will be interesting to see how the fast starting champion, Rivera, responds in the opening

moments, because Pollard has never been stopped and is sure to push back against the champ right

from the opening bell. This main event will showcase two of the East Coast's finest and the winner will be

deserving of the title "Champion".

 

In other action, Timmy Williams (6-0) will fight for the CFFC Middleweight Title. Williams is coming off of a

spectacular showing at CFFC 7 where he beat UFC veteran Andre Gusmao to the surprise of many.

Williams will look to continue to put his stamp on the East Coast scene with his next fight for the 185 lb

belt.

 

In still more action, fan favorite Al Buck (5-9) also returns to CFFC to face Mike Medrano (8-8) in what is

sure to be a highly contested welterweight battle. These two gladiators always put on fight of the night

performances and July 23 should be no different.

 

For full fight card and more details about this event, visit gfl.tv or click here

 

 

 

SportFight X - July 23rd Show

Sat Jul 23 9:00PM ET

 

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Sportfight X is back with a loaded card on July 23 from the North Atlanta Trade Center in Norcross,

Georgia. Sportfight X has quickly become "Southeastern MMA's Ultimate Proving Ground" because of

high octane cards like this.

 

In the main event, two seasoned veterans meet in the cage as Roger "The Leprechaun" Carroll (9-5) fights

Dave Vitkay (9-10-1). The North Carolinian, Carroll, is coming off of two first round submission victories

and looks to do the same to Vitkay. Carroll is an excellent grappler as 8 of his 9 wins have come via

submission hold. Carroll will look to push the pace and use his cardio to wear the bigger Vitkay out and

then catch a submission for the tapout. Vitkay is coming off of a tough draw but the fight before that he

won in spectacular fashion via second round choke. A grappler himself, the Georgian Vitkay also likes to

throw hands and will be looking to win the standup battle for as long as it lasts.

 

In the co-main event, Bellator veteran Steve Ledbetter (7-3) battles Joe "Hitman" Elmore (4-3). Both men

are rising prospects and have a huge following within the Atlanta-metro fight scene. The crowd will be

going wild for what very could be the fight of the night. This 145 lb clash will be a test of wills as both

Ledbetter and Elmore have proven they are game fighters. The winner of this bout is sure to make waves

and could be looking at a contract with one of the national promotions soon.

 

In other action welterweights, Patrick "Pat le Chat" Mandio (2-3) and Urarahy "The Show" Rodrigues (4-2)

square off in what should be a fun fight. Both Mandio and Rodrigues fight with a reckless abandon at times

which makes this fight a pick 'em. It could end in the first round or go the distance, but one thing is

for certain, it will be exciting while it lasts.

 

For full fight card and more details about this event, visit gfl.tv or click here

 

 

 

The Warriors Cup XII

Sat Jul 23 7:00PM ET

 

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New York has always been known for being one of the most progressive states in America. Usually at the

forefront of everything entertainment and fashion, the Empire State really dropped the ball when they

decided, erroneously, to not allow elbows in Muay Thai or regulate MMA. However, in some sort of great

irony, New Jersey, the state New Yorkers have long made the butt of many jokes and always dismissed

as some sort of ugly red headed step child, has stepped up and made them look like fools.

 

Yes, my beautiful elbow happy Muay Thai fans, Full Muay Thai rules has finally made its way to the East

Coast! After all the comments made by our left coast brethren about the east coast's lack of the seventh

and eighth limbs in the science of 8 limbs, Weapons 9 promotions decided to stand up and in Roberto

Duran-esque fashion say, "NO MAS!".

 

On July 23rd, Weapons 9 promotions presents Warriors Cup XII (that's 12, for those of you who like me,

get confused when people use letters to represent numbers). Warriors Cup XII is the first WBC Sanctioned

Full Muay Thai rules event on the east coast. And in order to live up to the Full Muay Thai rules billing, the

event will feature some of the countries top nakmuays, as well as a huge name from across the pond.

 

In the WBC Main Event, world renowned British fighter and WMC and WAKO World Champion Liam 'The

Hitman' Harrison will take on Philadelphia's Justin Greskiewicz. Both fighters are coming off losses

although Liam's recent loss was against none other than current Muay Thai luminary, Saenchai

Sinbimuaythai. Greskiewicz recent loss was during a rematch with New York's Turan Hasanov and he is

without a doubt coming into this fight incredibly hungry and ready to make Liam's US debut a painful one.

How will Justin Greskiewicz match up with the more experienced Harrison? A couple of months ago we

would never have though a fight like this would ever materialize, but thanks to the team at Weapons 9, we

will now get a chance to find out! I for one can't wait to see it!

 

In the co-main event, Pittsburgh's Mark Deluca will be facing off against Philadelphia's Rami Ibrahim in a

WBC Title Elimination Bout. Originally from Sitan NYC, Rami Ibrahim, who now owns and operates Sitan

Gym's Philadelphia branch will no doubt be looking to make both his Philly and NYC fans proud. However,

Pittsburgh Muay Thai's Mark Deluca comes into this bout being the fighter with more experience fighting

under Full Muay Thai rules. Both fighters are also coming off losses with Mark Deluca dropping his most

recent fight to 2010 North American Muay Thai fighter of the Year Kevin Ross and Ibrahim losing his last

Muay Thai bout to Matt Embree in Canada. Both fighters will definitely be looking to get back on to the

winning track, which will most likely lead to some fireworks in the ring.

 

Pro card:

Liam Harrison vs. Justin Greskiewicz

Mark Deluca vs. Rami Ibrahim

Marcus Fisher vs. Brett Hlavacek

Ognjen Topic vs. Tony Manoharan

 

For full fight card and more details about this event, visit gfl.tv or click here
 

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- Press Release from GFL

 

 

 

Subject to change

 

 

 

(7/21/11)