King Of The Cage Results
King Of The Cage Results
Saturday June 24, 2000 – Soboba Casino
Todd Medina (Freestyle Jiu-Jitsu) def. Matsui (Team Sakuraba)
Tedd Williams (Combat Grappling) def. Bill Parker (Jiu-Box-Fu)
by arm-bar in round 1
Fabiano Iha (Iha/Morreira) def. Danny Bennett
by arm-bar in round 1
Roger Neff def. Chris Franco (AMC Pankration)
in Round 1 by KO
THE PHYSICAL THERAPY CORNER PRESENTS:
by Cindi A. Prentiss, MBA, PT, OCS, Cert. MDT
From Full Contact Fighter Archives
Q. "About two weeks ago I was knocked out following ‘a knee to the jaw.’ I haven’t yet returned to fighting. As if that wasn’t enough, I continue to experience pain and clicking in my jaw during talking and chewing. The right side is worse than the left but I get pain in both sides of my jaw. I work at a computer all day and notice the pain worsening after lunch (even if I don’t eat anything hard or crunchy). I haven’t gone for medical help yet, just hoping it would pass.
Any suggestions and who would I see for this?"
A. It sounds as though you have a dysfunction in your temporomandibular joint, better known as TMJ. This joint is where the mandible (bottom jaw bone) attaches to the head or skull on each side of your face. The temporomandibular joint is suspended from the face by muscles and ligament. A disc is present in between each side of your jaw, which helps the bones fit together. This joint is influenced by the structure of the teeth, as your bite determines how your jaw closes.
Here are some tips and exercises to try:
Repeat each exercise 6 times.
1. Mandibular Resting Position
Keep your jaw relaxed and your teeth slightly apart.
Return to this position after each of the following exercises.
2. Controlled Opening
4. Chin Tucks
5. Shoulder Girdle Retraction
6. Atlanto-Occipital Nodding
Cindi A. Prentiss, MBA, PT, OCS, Cert. MDT
Orthopedic Physical Therapy
515 Route 111
Hauppauge, NY 11788
** The preceding should never be used as a substitute for trained medical care **
From the event’s promoter:
HOOKnSHOOT Evolution Set For July 22nd, 2000
HnS Kicks Off The Abu Dhabi Qualifier Series
For The 2Nd Year In A Row!
Evansville, Indiana will host HOOKNSHOOT EVOLUTION on July 22nd. "We are getting set for the stretch run in 2000 – we ambitiously hope to run a show a month for the rest of the year" states promoter Jeff Osborne.
One of the lynch pins holding the run together are the Qualifiers for the 2001 Abu Dhabi Submission Wrestling World Championships.
"We are adding a new weight class this year for the qualifiers, and we are leading off with the little guys – 65.9 KG & under." Continues Osborne. Last year, no tournament was held for this weight class "we thought we would have trouble filling the slots because that is 145 lbs., and we were not sure there were a lot of guys out there. Boy were we wrong!" Osborne further states "There are some big names, some champions from the American scene putting it on the line in July. I
In holding with ADCC tradition, the eight men invited will not be announced until the week of the competition, but look for fast paced, technical battles from the little guys. The first batch of entry tapes has been received and the count of applicants is approaching 20! "This tournament will be groundbreaking" hopes an ecstatic Osborne.
7/22/2000 HOOKnSHOOT EVOLUTION
Winner gets invited to the 2001 Submission Wrestling World Championships, to be held for the 4th year in a row in Abu Dhabi, UAE, plus a sponsorship.
MATCHES – (ABSOLUTE RULES)
PLUS MANY MORE GREAT NO HOLDS BARRED MATCHES!
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE NOW
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"NO HOLDS BARRED" ON EYADA SPORTS,
THE WEEK OF JUNE 26 – 30:
by Eddie Goldman
"No Holds Barred" can be heard every Monday through Friday, 3 to 6 PM New
York time (Eastern Time – U.S.), only on eYada.com (http://www.eyada.com).
Tuesday, June 27 — Today we talk to filmmaker Adam Warren, who has just released the highly acclaimed documentary "Blood, Sweat, and Teeth" about the no-holds-barred fighting and mixed martial arts world.
Wednesday, June 28 — Jeff Blatnick handled television commentary for the Olympic Wrestling Trials, and today we discuss them, as well as Jeff’s thoughts on some controversies regarding recent rules changes in wrestling. Don’t be too surprised if he fields some UFC questions as well, since he is the longtime UFC televison commentator and president of its sanctioning body, the Mixed Martial Arts Council. Also, Frank Mullis has been running grappling events in North Carolina, and planned to run more as well as a jiu-jitsu championship later this year. He was then informed by the North Carolina boxing commission that jiu-jitsu, grappling, and even Olympic-style wrestling and judo are ILLEGAL in that state. That sentence is not a missprint, and today Frank tells us what he is doing to end this latest absurd controversy.
Thursday, June 29 — Mark Schultz wants to let it all hang out today. The former Olympic gold medalist wrestler and UFC fighter tells us why he can no longer compete anymore. He also gives his take on why Brigham Young University, where he was head wrestling coach for many years, dropped the program, and what are the plans for his grappling school. Also, Scott Sonnon, U.S. national sambo coach, tells us all about "Zdorovye," the Slavic natural health system that is used to counter the often destructive training practices of combat sport.
Friday, June 30 — Today it’s "Amarillo, Texas Day" on "No Holds Barred," as we talk to Steve Nelson about the USWF’s return on July 8 in Amarillo, and the victory at the Olympic Wrestling Trials of Amarillo native Brandon Slay, who is believed to be the first Texas wrestler to make a U.S. Olympic wrestling team.