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Kansas City Fighting Alliance: KCFA 22

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Tune in tonight to see KCFA 22 live and free on Youtube!

Live MMA featuring two KC local favorites William Joplin and Chucka Willis headlining the card.


KCFA 22 Complete Fight Card


Cary Fabro vs Billy Velasco
Alex Pedockie vs Marcus Smith
Armando Matech vs Ronnie Mayweather
Miranda Adkins vs Julie Russell
Jeff Stebbins vs Trey Spears
Skylar Vantrece vs Brandon Evans
Steven Thompson vs Ben Elmore
Donavan Kramer vs Dominic Garcia
Johnnie Roades vs Seth Basler
Ryan Debelak vs Kyle Noblitt
Chucka Willis vs William Joplin

Legion Combat Sports 24 Supremacy

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LCS Supremacy Poster

Tonight February 25th live from the Scotts Bluff County Fairgrounds is Legion Combat Sports 24 Supremacy.  Featuring the return of local favorite, pro Atom Weight, Rosa Acevedo.   With 4 title fights and a contender fight this is a card you won’t want to miss.

MMA Futures and Legion Combat Sports, with help from Vistabeam communications are bringing it to you free of charge!  Follow the link below to watch it live!


https://livestream.com/accounts/23572227/events/7051257


 

Legion Combat Sports 24 Supremacy Full Fight Card


Joe McCance vs Andy Carter
Trey Staff vs Sterling Peak
Tom Sprat vs Chris Cover
Jose Logan vs Micheal Freeman
Justin Vail vs Caleb Spence
Francisco Beltran vs Brandon Trout
Cheryl Salazar vs Savannah Schaffer
Tyler Bell vs Randy Rathbun
Nekah Dmitriyeva vs Tenika Waldroup
Fabian Salazar vs cedric shakespeare
Jonathan Schmidt vs Bradlee MacDonnell
Terry VanHoosear vs Delfino Benitez
Rosa Acevedo vs Brittany Horton For
the LCS Pro Featherweight Title

 

A MMA Alliance: Alliance MMA

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Surprisingly not all over the MMA news right now there is some big things happening in the local and regional MMA scene.  While everyone is talking about GSP, and the UFC layoffs, the 1st company to be publicly traded in the MMA world has made it’s IPO.  Alliance MMA, for lack of a better term has become one of the if not the only MMA conglomerate out there.  Bringing promotions from across the country together including Caged Fury Fighting Championship (CFFC), based out of Philadelphia, Combat Games MMA (COGA), based out of Seattle, Hoosier Fight Club (HFC), based out of Indiana, Shogun fights, out of Baltimore, and V3 Fights, out of Memphis, to work towards a common good.  Also in this group are two groups we work very closely with that will be playing support roles to the promotions in this group.  CEO Paul Danner talked about what they look to achieve in the future and one of the things they are after is PPV sales, and having one of our partners Go Fight Live, GFL.TV, you can watch all MMA Futures events there, on board gives them the infrastructure to do that.  And with the addition of Nebraska’s own Cagetix, Cagetix.com, they then also have the ability to expand ticket sales while also allowing fighters to get a cut of the proceeds.  And based on what Danner said on his behind the bell interview this is only the beginning of what they have in store.

Alliance MMA is Planning in the next 12 months to expanding to doing 125 shows a year, that a little more than one show every Friday and Saturday of the year, and more content than UFC Fightpass offers.

There is some cool things that this group wants to offer, I’m sure they’d like to contract fighters to fight for their organization, this allows a couple of things, it gives the promotions reason to help promote the fighters, by making it so their effort doesn’t go to waist.  I mean you put time and money into promoting a fighter and making it so they sell more tickets and PPV’s you don’t want them to take that down the street and make more money for another organization.  It also allows the match makers from each organization to work together and create the best fights possible by taking fighters from one organization and using them in another.

I’m sure this isn’t the last time you hear about Alliance MMA from us as I’m sure they have intentions on moving to the midwest at some point.  Who knows with their quiet period ending on Nov. 15th we may hear more in less than a month.  Regardless this is something all MMA fans should be keeping an eye on over the next 6-12 months.

Watch the complete Behind the Bell interview with Paul Danner here.

Dynasty Combat Sports: DC 50

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OCTOBER 14th will mark DC’s 50th event ,and it is a special one. Check out the Pro card featuring some of the great Nebraska Veterans to have graced the DC Cage.

Dynasty Combat Sports: DC 50 main event will Feature one of Nebraska’s most popular fighter’s, a Bellator, Strikeforce, RFA, and VFC veteran of almost 60 pro fights, Alonzo Martinez, out of Premier Combat Center will face Mick Doyle’s product, Top Prospect Boimah Karmo ,who was undefeated as an amateur and now 2-0 as a pro, in another Veteran versus prospect match up. Matt Delanoit, nearly a 40 fight Pro veteran, competing for over a decade will fight at Heavyweight, his 5th different weight class versus timeless veteran Scott Hough, who has also been competing for over a decade, and coming off a recent win at the last DC Ralston Arena Event. Matt Williams and TJ Benson will return to the DC Steel in what could easily be fight of the night, Fan favorite Sean Wilson, who has over 60 pro fights dating back over 15 years will face off versus Lincoln’s Tate Wright in a Striker vs Jui Jitsu battle. Fremont Fire Fighter, the resurging Brian Monaghan of Fremont tries to continue his recent win streak against Bellator veteran Matt Foster who 1st fought for DC in 2012. Ryan Braun makes a highly anticipated return versus Dual Combat Sport Athlete Mike Seymour, Corey Davis will make his pro debut versus Illinois product Wes Powers, and Omaha Nebraska’s own Jozette Cotton will face Canada’s own Bobbi-Jo Dalziel after a year and a half lay off in a WMMA battle of the undefeated.

Join us while Anthony “Lionheart” Smith and Mark Powell call the fights

As always this is available via PPV from MMA Futures, and each individual fight will be available for .99 two weeks after the fights.  To watch other events from Legion Combat Sports, Dynasty Combat Sports, Kansas City Fighting Alliance, and Midwest Championship fighting head on over to our fights page.

Check out this youtube playlist and get to know several of the fighters and the promoters.

 


Dynasty Combat Sports: DC 50

Complete Fight Card

*Card Subject to Change


Noe Valle vs. Jake Tamayo
Thien Truong vs. Keilen Fantroy
Kirstina Leonard vs. Lindsay Wilson
Nolan Demers vs. Mike Murphy
Kevin Corbett vs. Blayne Richards
Nate Gossens vs. Sean Wilson
Matt Williams vs. Kevin Benson
Charlie Bottom vs. Seth Bass
Mike Seymour vs. Ryan Braun
Bobbi-jo Dalziel vs. Jozette Cotton
Reymond Grey vs. Brian Monaghan
Scott Hough vs. Matt Delanoit
Boimah Karmo vs. Alonzo Martinez

 


 

MCF 12: Ammy Title Fight Night

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The one thing that most fighters strive for… Their first title, Saturday Oct. 8th will be the opportunity for many Amateurs and a couple pros to get their opportunity to take some a little gold, at MCF 12: Ammy Title Fight Night!  For North Platte’s Brandon Bringewatt (4-1 North Platte, NE), this will be his 1st opportunity to take home a belt, and he will be doing that in his home town as he take on the slightly more experienced Anthony Nelson (5-2 Norfolk, NE), who is coming off a loss back in June and surely has his sights set to redeem himself and take the title home.  Also on the card competing is MMA Futures GreyHat Tower Robinson (6-2-1 Lincoln, NE), Tower looks to add the MCF Ammy Welterweight title to his collection as he is also the Dynasty Combat Sports Lightweight title.  This is Robinson’s 1st fight at 170 lbs and he is taking on a much less experienced, but presumably larger Kohlman Scribner (3-1 Fort Collins, CO).  Scribner’s only loss coming from a DQ in his last fight by a shot to the back of the head, he controlled the fight until then.

The Main Event, of MCF 12: Ammy Title Fight Night, we will see Charlie DuBray (14-13 Nebraska) take on Corey Roberts (2-4 Nebraska).  Corey Roberts, a much improved fighter since the last met in Nov. of last year, plans to avenge his loss to DuBray.  DuBray, after loosing his 1st opponent on this event looks to show the North Platte crowd that he deserved his shot at the title, and looks to get himself back into the win column after taking a loss in July to, MMA Futures GreyHat, Raufeon Stots (6-0 Kearney, NE).  This fight will surely be a fun fight as both DuBray and Roberts are guys that will leave it all in the cage and will be coming out to bang.  I don’t expect this fight to make it out of the 2nd round although it is scheduled for 5 professional rounds.  Winner of this will most likely defend the MCF Amateur Bantamweight Title against MMA Futures GreyHat Ryan MacDonald (5-0 North Platte, NE) in March. (Full Card Below)

As always this is available via PPV from MMA Futures, and each individual fight will be available for .99 two weeks after the fights.  To watch other events from Legion Combat Sports, Dynasty Combat Sports, Kansas City Fighting Alliance, and Midwest Championship fighting head on over to our fights page.

 

MCF 12: Ammy Title Fight Night

Complete Fight Card

*Card Subject to Change

 


Michael Hale vs. Elliot Trisdale
Aaron Williamson vs. Alex Pietrafeso
Tony Villalba vs. John Decrescenzo
Dustin Ellwanger vs. Travis Pieper
Jason Batter vs Zues Blair
Jose Hernandez vs. Jaden Moe
Ricky Martin vs. Morgan Miller
Eric Mecham vs. Rex Littell Jr
Nate Smith vs. Delfino Benitez
Kohlman Scribner vs. Tower Robinson
Anthony Nelson vs. Brandon Bringewatt
Charlie Dubray vs. Corey Roberts

 


 

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