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10/16/2000

FCF Covers Tower Records

FULL CONTACT FIGHTER GOES GLOBAL
Full Contact Fighter can now be purchased around the world…New York, California, Hawaii, Japan, United Kingdom and all points in between by going into your local Tower Records. You live in Canada? No problem they stock ‘em! They should hit the shelves this week, so stop in and pick up a copy and show them we are out there!

 
GET NOTICED
Full Contact Fighter is starting a new section each month with a school directory in each issue. We get lots of calls and emails asking where "you" are located. Since we don’t know where each school is located and what "you" offer, here is your chance to get noticed. It is simple and fast! Promoters are also welcome.

If you want to improve business send us an email at fcfnews@aol.com or call 516.922.1081.

FCF Covers Tower Records

FULL CONTACT FIGHTER GOES GLOBAL
Full Contact Fighter can now be purchased around the world…New York, California, Hawaii, Japan, United Kingdom and all points in between by going into your local Tower Records. You live in Canada? No problem they stock ‘em! They should hit the shelves this week, so stop in and pick up a copy and show them we are out there!

 
GET NOTICED
Full Contact Fighter is starting a new section each month with a school directory in each issue. We get lots of calls and emails asking where "you" are located. Since we don’t know where each school is located and what "you" offer, here is your chance to get noticed. It is simple and fast! Promoters are also welcome.

If you want to improve business send us an email at fcfnews@aol.com or call 516.922.1081.



"NO HOLDS BARRED" ON EYADA SPORTS,
THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 16-20:
MOTOWN MADNESS ALL WEEK!!!

by Eddie Goldman


"No Holds Barred" can be heard every Monday through Friday, 3 to 5 PM New
York time (Eastern Time – U.S.), only on eYada.com (http://www.eyada.com).

We’ll be "Dancin’ In the Streets" most of this week in Detroit with three live shows, focusing on Thursday’s Fight Zone (http://thefightzone.com/) mixed martial arts card in Southgate, and Friday’s Mike Tyson-Andrew Golota bash at The Palace of Auburn Hills. We know you "Ain’t Too Proud to Beg," so whether you’re "My Guy" or "My Girl," make sure to listen and call or e-mail in to say "I Second that Emotion," and watch the fights where the losers will surely admit "You Really Got A Hold on Me." Don’t "Shop Around," it won’t be "Just My Imagination," but these shows will make you sing "You’re My Everything." And if you miss them, "Baby Love," well, we’ll just have to ask, "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted?"

Go get 'em Eddie
Monday, October 16 — Today it’s one hour live and one hour archived, as we start our trek to Detroit. We will open up with Kipp Kollar, president of the North American Grappling Association, live in the studio, discussing this past weekend’s Tai Kai Challenge grappling event. In the second hour, we replay our interview of Monday, October 2, when we spoke to Mike Chapman, founder of the International Wrestling Institute and Museum, about the defeat of Russian wrestling legend Alexander Kareline by American Rulon Gardner at the Olympics, and the state of international wrestling.

Tuesday, October 17 — Today we will be attending the Mike Tyson-Andrew Golota prefight press conference, so we will replay the show of Wednesday, October 4. We spoke with mixed martial artist Ian Freeman of the UK, who scored a victory at UFC XXVII, and who told us about the obstacles he had to overcome in order to achieve it. We also spoke with Scott Adams, who owns a victory over Ian in UFC, and joined us to talk about his fighting plans. Also, since October 4 was the first anniversary of "No Holds Barred," we offered some observations on what we hope has been the first of many, many years to come of speaking the truth on the Internet about the combat sports, and played an excerpt from the very first segment of our very first show.

Wednesday, October 18 — We are webcasting live today from the Gomez Academy in Southgate, Michigan, just outside Detroit, in preparation for Thursday’s Fight Zone mixed martial arts show at the Crystal Gardens in Southgate. We will speak today with Dave Gomez, the owner of this martial arts academy, the Fight Zone promoter, a renowned instructor in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and a confidant of Royce Gracie. We also expect to speak with several of the fighters on Thursday’s card, including Scott Hawkins, Mauricio Zangano, Dave Knaggs, Jason Ireland, and others. We will also speak with Doug Fischer of Houseofboxing.com for a preview of Friday’s Mike Tyson-Andrew Golota fight, a review of their prefight press conference, and a peek at Thursday’s Houseofboxing.com chat with the dean of boxing writers, Michael Katz.

Thursday, October 19 — Tonight is the Fight Zone show in Southgate, Michigan, and we will be joined live at the Gomez Academy by two living legends of the mixed martial arts who are in town to witness this event, Royce Gracie and Mark Coleman. We will also continue to discuss developments concerning Friday’s Mike Tyson-Andrew Golota fight.

Friday, October 20 — In our third show at the Gomez Academy in Southgate, Michigan, Doug Fischer of Houseofboxing.com joins us just hours before Mike Tyson and Andrew Golota are scheduled to duke it out at The Palace of Auburn Hills. We also will review last night’s Fight Zone mixed martial arts show with promoter Dave Gomez and some of the participants.

posted by Full Contact Fighter @ 8:00 pm
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