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Sunday, Jul 23, 2000

Pride 10 Line-up



PRIDE 10 LINE-UP

Daijiro Matsui/Kazushi Sakuraba
On July 24th, DSE/PRIDE held a press conference at Keio Plaza Hotel in Japan. Three more matches were announced for Pride 10…

  • Renzo Gracie   Vs.   Kazushi Sakuraba
  • Ryan Gracie   Vs.   Mitsuharu Ishizawa
  • Vitor Belfort   Vs.   Daijiro Matsui

The previously announced matches are:

  • Kazuyuki Fujita   Vs.   Ken Shamrock
  • Enson Inoue   Vs.   Igor Vovchanchin
  • Gilbert Yvel   Vs.   Gary Goodridge
  • Mark Kerr   Vs.   Igor Borisov

In addition, there will be two more matches to be announced shortly. (Total of 9 bouts)
The event is scheduled for August 27th at the Seibu Dome.
 



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"NO HOLDS BARRED" ON EYADA SPORTS,
THE WEEK OF JULY 24 – 28:

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).

Pimpin' Ain't Easy
Monday, July 24 — UFC matchmaker John Perretti joins us to talk about his views on the state of the mixed martial arts. Chuck Williams will be putting on the Upstate Grappling Classic in Rochester, NY, on September 10, and today we find all about it. Marc Ratner, executive director of the Nevada State Athletic Commission, talks with us about the recent conference of the Association of Boxing Commissions and the state of boxing reform.

Tuesday, July 25John Castillo tells us about the submission grappling tournament which he will be hosting in Wichita, Kansas, this Saturday, July 29. Kipp Kollar, president of the North American Grappling Association, talks with us about this Saturday’s Grapplers Games in Danbury, CT.

Wednesday, July 26Mark Coleman has gone from being an Olympic wrestler to being considered by many as the number one heavyweight mixed martial arts fighter in the world. Today we learn from the man himself just what his plans are. Cesar Gracie also updates us both on how fighters from his jiu-jitsu school in California have been doing, and to discuss his own plans involving future grappling and fighting events.

Thursday, July 27Teimoc Jonston Ono was an Olympian in judo, as well as a national champion in judo and sombo. He currently is a martial arts and self-defense instructor at the Ultimate Gym in New York. Today he joins us in the studio.

Friday, July 28 — Today we focus on the never-ending Olympic scandals. Journalist Wina Sturgeon, who has covered Olympic sports for publications including the Standard-Examiner in Utah and Sports Illustrated, gives us her take on the latest developments. Dr. Wade Exum, who recently resigned as the drug czar for the U.S. Olympic Committee, has filed a federal lawsuit against the committee alleging that the USOC had allowed athletes who had previously tested positive at Olympic trials to go unpunished and compete at the Olympics, and also for practices of racial discrimination. Today we hear from Dr. Exum.

http://www.eyada.com.
 

From the event’s promoter:



UCC 2: The Moment of Truth

Saturday, August 12th 2000, 7:30PM ET, Live from the Pierre Charbonneau Center in Montreal.


MAIN EVENT – UCC WORLD MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
John Cronk (USA) Vs. Claudionor Fontinelle (Brazil)

CANADIAN LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
Sean Pierson (Ontario) Vs. Charles Nestor (Quebec)

UNIVERSAL LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHALLENGE
Robin Moulton (Ontario) Vs. Paul Dube (Quebec)

UNIVERSAL HEAVYWEIGHT CHALLENGE
Joe Campanella (USA) Vs. Dave Beneteau (Canada)

FOUR MAN MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT
Justin Bruckman (Ontario) Vs. David Loiseau (Quebec)
Shawn Tompkins (Ontario) Vs. Steve Vigneault (Quebec)
MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT ALTERNATES
Jason St-Louis (Canada) Vs. Dirk Waardenburg (Belgium)

UNIVERSAL HEAVYWEIGHT CHALLENGE
Anthony Durante (USA) Vs. Mike Hunter (Canada)

UNIVERSAL LIGHTWEIGHT CHALLENGE
J.T. Mccarthy (Ontario) Vs. J.F. Bolduc (Quebec)

UNIVERSAL LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHALLENGE
Barney Schisler (Canada) Vs. Rob Tallack (Canada)

Also on the card the four-man super-heavyweight amateur tournament!!!!
Don’t miss it! Be there to witness Canada’s best fight promotion 2 show!


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visit us at: www.universalcombat.com
 


MAIN EVENT – UCC WORLD MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
John Cronk (USA) Vs. Claudionor Fontinelle (Brazil)

CANADIAN LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
Sean Pierson (Ontario) Vs. Charles Nestor (Quebec)

UNIVERSAL LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHALLENGE
Robin Moulton (Ontario) Vs. Paul Dube (Quebec)

UNIVERSAL HEAVYWEIGHT CHALLENGE
Joe Campanella (USA) Vs. Dave Beneteau (Canada)

FOUR MAN MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT
Justin Bruckman (Ontario) Vs. David Loiseau (Quebec)
Shawn Tompkins (Ontario) Vs. Steve Vigneault (Quebec)
MIDDLEWEIGHT TOURNAMENT ALTERNATES
Jason St-Louis (Canada) Vs. Dirk Waardenburg (Belgium)

UNIVERSAL HEAVYWEIGHT CHALLENGE
Anthony Durante (USA) Vs. Mike Hunter (Canada)

UNIVERSAL LIGHTWEIGHT CHALLENGE
J.T. Mccarthy (Ontario) Vs. J.F. Bolduc (Quebec)

UNIVERSAL LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHALLENGE
Barney Schisler (Canada) Vs. Rob Tallack (Canada)

Also on the card the four-man super-heavyweight amateur tournament!!!!
Don’t miss it! Be there to witness Canada’s best fight promotion 2 show!

posted by Full Contact Fighter @ 8:00 pm
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