Monthly Archives: August 2015

Professional MMA returns to Austin with Outlaw MMA

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Professional fighter and promoter Nick Gonzales thrust Austin back into the pro combat sports scene with Outlaw MMA on August 28th at the Palmer events center ! The card will include local and well known professional fighters mixing up in Austin for the first time in years. The card will also include an Amateur card of up and coming fighters.

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Nick Gonzalez, an Austin professional fighter for many years, finally realizes his dream of bringing quality MMA back to the capital city. With his company Ghost Promotions imageIn the mix, I think it’s safe to say that Professional MMA in Austin is here to stay.

So come out and support this great event in Austin Texas!

For tickets and more info visit:

https://www.facebook.com/austinoutlawmma

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Miesha Tate ‘extremely disappointed’ at Ronda Rousey-Holly Holm title snub

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Onetime UFC title challenger [autotag]Miesha Tate[/autotag] took to social media today to vent on the promotion’s decision to book [autotag]Holly Holm[/autotag] over her as the next contender to champ [autotag]Ronda Rousey[/autotag].

“I am extremely disappointed how all the events unfolded this morning regarding news that I will not be fighting Ronda Rousey,” wrote Tate to her roughly 500,000 followers on Instagram. “I was told after my last win that I had earned the title shot.

“I’ve already begun training for Rousey and I was shocked to hear the announcement this morning. I regret this for not only myself, but my team, sponsors and the fans who like me believed my next fight was for the title.”

Tate (17-5 MMA, 4-2 UFC) was presumed to be Rousey’s next challenger in what was to be their third meeting after one in the now-defunct Strikeforce and the UFC. But early…

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Ronda Rousey coach on Holly Holm: ‘Why do you bash this young lady?’

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One coach working with UFC women’s bantamweight champion [autotag]Ronda Rousey[/autotag] said upcoming opponent Holly Holm has received unfair criticism following the recent title-fight announcement.

On Friday Rousey (12-0 MMA, 6-0 UFC) announced on “Good Morning America” that she’ll fight [autotag]Holly Holm[/autotag] (9-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC) – not [autotag]Miesha Tate[/autotag] (17-5 MMA, 4-2 UFC), as originally planned – in her next title defense, which comes at UFC 195.

The bout, which takes place Jan. 2 and airs on pay-per-view from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, came as a surprise to many fans. It especially came as a surprise to Tate, who wasn’t told about the change of plans prior to Rousey’s announcement.

However, Mike Dolce, who calls himself a weight-management coach for Rousey and other UFC fighters, said Holm has taken an unneeded thrashing from fans. The challenger, who’s undefeated in nine MMA fights and won 35 of her…

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Deonaty Wilder Takes on Johann Duhaupas in September

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BIRMINGHAM, AL (August 20, 2015) – Heavyweight world champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder (34-0, 33 KOs) will make the second defense of his title when he faces France’s Johann “Reptile” Duhaupas (32-2, 20 KOs) in primetime on Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on NBC Saturday, September 26 from Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Alabama.
Televised coverage begins at 8:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. PT with exciting undefeated brawler Omar “Panterita” Figueroa (25-0-1, 18 KOs) returning to the ring to battle former world champion Antonio DeMarco (31-5-1, 23 KOs) in 12 rounds of super lightweight action.
This fight will signify the return of heavyweight world championship boxing in primetime on NBC. This is the first heavyweight title bout in primetime on NBC since May 20, 1985, when another undefeated American heavyweight world champion, Larry Holmes, defended his title against Carl Williams in Reno, Nevada with legendary broadcaster Marv Albert on…

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Team Russia & Team Bulgaria for the 2nd KWU World championship

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Team Russia

Men

  • Armenyan Sergey / -60kg Royama/Kan
  • Marcel Mansurov / -65kg IFK
  • Artur Krymov / -70kg IFK
  • Svyatoslav Yerenkov / -75kg WKO
  • Yevgeniy Agapov / -80kg WKO
  • Igor Ryadnov / -85kg IFK
  • Andrey Uleschenko / -90kg Royama/Kan
  • Nikolai Maslennikov / -95kg IFK
  • Samodurov Vasil / +95kg Royama/Kan

Women

  • Anna Virabyan / -55kg WKO
  • Fattakhova Guzel / -60kg KWF
  • Sabaeva Angelica / -65kg IFK
  • Irina Kryazheva / -70kg IFK
  • Tatiana Gendik / +70kg Royama/Kan

Team Bulgaria*

Men

  • Nikolov Dilyan  -60
  • Shen Berkdzhan -65
  • Komanov Ivan -70
  • Bratkov Deyan -75
  • Yorgov Nikolay -80
  • Komanov Alexander -85
  • Martinov Petar -90
  • Yanev Yordan -95
  • Georgiev Hristo +95

Women

  • Boycheva Stanislava -55
  • Kostova Iya -60
  • Ivanova Mihaela -65

* All fighters are from Bulgarian Kyokushin-kan federation. Info by Prolet Vasileva – General Secretary of BKKF

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