Best Of Adcc Vol. 1 Dvdnew Footage!
BEST OF ADCC Vol. 1 DVD
BEST OF ADCC #1 DVD
This re-release features bonus never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage From ADCC 2003!
It was the very first DVD produced for the MMA industry and was raw, but for historical purposes, the DVD is available again!
Plus: Weigh-Ins, Post Fight Interviews and more….
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BTT busy and flying, "Mendigo" clear to enter Japan, Ninja and Silva training hard, Jacare dominating in BJJ, "Big Dog" retires and more news from Brazilian events!
The Brazilian Beat:
As cold continues to make its presence known during the Brazilian winter, in the coldest July the country has seen in years, the MMA scene manages to stay hot and present all sorts of action for the avid fight fans. Pride Bushido 4 next weekend continues to be the current favorite dish on everybody’s menu, with the Brazilian Top Team army ready to conquer Japan. However, other happenings made sure there is a bit of everything for every taste, as a new "wave" of MMA shows are just around the corner in Brazil, and plans for international events in later months are already in the works. From established promotions, such as Heat, to new ones, such as Brazilian Challenger and Real Fight, and even international ones like the AFC, Brazil will have numerous shows in the coming months, and FCF has news from them all, plus training news from the top camps and tidbits from the international shows. So, enjoy summer in America and Europe, as this reporter freezes while FCF lights the fire and brings the beat straight from the uncharacteristically cold Brazil!
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Dana White Responds to NY Post Critic
On July 11th, the New York Post published a less-than complimentary (to say the least) article on the upcoming UFC reality show by columnist Phil Mushnick. UFC President Dana White was quick to respond to the piece. Here is a link to the original NY Post article.
Below is a copy of the letter Dana sent to the editor of the tabloid:
From the event’s promoter:
October Event Becoming More Defined!
October 16th, 2004, Atlantic City, NJ
‘Euphoria MFC is announcing our upcoming tournaments, scheduled to start in October,’ states matchmaker Miguel Iturrate. The tournaments will crown Euphoria MFC Champions in the lightweight and heavyweight divisions. ‘The first round matches are determined, but the 2nd round will be decided at the event,’ states the matchmaker.
Euphoria has added a CONTENDERS tournament at 155 lbs. that will run along side the CHAMPIONSHIP tournament at 155 lbs. ‘At the end, you have a 3-0 fighter to face the newly crowned champion,’ elaborates the matchmaker. ‘One of our long term goals is to add structure, and with the current state of the game today, 155 lb. represented a BIG opportunity. There is a depth of talent there, and we think this series of tournaments will shine a light on that.’
In the heavyweight division, a match between Ben Rothwell and Johnathan Wiezorek has been agreed upon as an alternate match. ‘These are 2 young heavyweights with a lot of fights and potential. Rothwell is coming off some down time and a change in training, and Weez is coming off a disappointing UFC showing. Both are stepping up with something to prove,’ states the matchmaker.
In the heavyweight tournament, RED DEVIL will be sending Ibragim Magomedov in place of injured Sergei Kaznovski. The opponent will be MFC veteran Travis Wiuff. ‘This is exciting, because Magomedov is coming off an 8 man tournament win in Holland, 3 fights in one day. Wiuff still gets no respect it seems, but he is on a HUGE roll — these could be the two favorites in the tournament!’ the matchmaker speculates.
Much more to come on this series of events. All matches are subject to approval by the New Jersey State Athletic Control Board.
Card Subject to Change:
FIRST ROUND – 8 MAN LIGHTWEIGHT CONTENDERS TOURNAMENT (146 to 155 LBS.):
FIRST ROUND – 8 MAN LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT (146 to 155 LBS.):
From Dream Stage Entertainment:
GIANT SILVA ADDED TO BUSHIDO VOLUME 4 FIGHTCARD!
LOS ANGELES, California – An additional match has been added to the BUSHIDO VOLUME 4 fightcard as Paulo Cesar "Giant" Silva will face Takashi Sugiura of Japan. Already previously announced are matches featuring Mirko "Cro Cop" Filipovic, Dean "The Boogey Man" Lister, Hayato "Mach" Sakurai, and a team match between the Brazilian Top Team and Team Japan. BUSHIDO VOLUME 4 will take place from the Nagoya Rainbow Hall in Nagoya, Japan and is scheduled to debut on North American pay per view for customers of iNDEMAND, DIRECTV, and TVN on Sunday, July 25th, 2004 at 3:00pm EST, 12:00pm PST (please check each respective carrier for later evening replays). For customers of DISH Network, the premiere will be Sunday, August 1st, 2004 at 9:00pm EST, 6:00pm PST.
Matches shown in ascending order:
PRIDE FC: BUSHIDO VOLUME 4
BUSHIDO VOLUME 4 will take place from the Nagoya Rainbow Hall in Nagoya, Japan and is scheduled to debut on North American pay per view on Sunday, July 25th, 2004 at 3:00pm EST, 12:00pm PST for customers of iNDEMAND, DIRECTV, and TVN (please check each respective carrier for later evening replays). For customers of DISH Network, the premiere will be Sunday, August 1st, 2004 at 9:00pm EST, 6:00pm PST. The event will be available at a reduced rate of $19.95. For additional replay times, please contact your pay per view provider.