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Tito Ortiz, “Mayhem” Miller, Herb Dean And Other MMA Figures Hit LA Fitness Expo This Weekend

Former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Tito Ortiz. Photo Courtesy Of Tito Ortiz/Getty Images

By FCF Staff

Former UFC champion Tito Ortiz, The Ultimate Fighter season 14 coach and middleweight star Jason “Mayhem” Miller, referee Herb Dean and a host of other prominent figures in the world of MMA will appear as guests at The Los Angeles Fitness Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Saturday, Jan. 28 and Sunday, Jan. 29.

“Mixed martial arts competitors are true athletes that employ the training and nutrition principals of strength, power and fitness, the cornerstone of Los Angeles Fitness Expo.  We’re are excited to have the biggest names in the sport teaching and signing autographs at our show,” said Erin Ferries, Executive Director, The Los Angeles Fitness Expo.

The Los Angeles Fitness Expo’s complimentary MMA seminar track will be hosted by Dean. UFC featherweight star Javier “Showtime” Vazquez will appear Saturday as will UFC middleweight and United States Naval Academy graduate Brian Stann, Ortiz and Miller.

World class Muay Thai trainer  Jean Carrillo and his student, Def Leppard Guitarist Phil Collen, will join the group of MMA celebrities as expo guests on Saturday.

On Sunday, the First Annual Javier Vazquez Kids Wrestling Championships presented by the California Age Group Wrestling Association (CAGWA) will take place at the Expo.

Shin’s Xreme Martial Arts Demo Team will perform a blend of martial arts and acrobatics to create the high flying maneuvers you see in movies today.

The Los Angeles Fitness Expo adult admission tickets are $20 per day or $30 for the full weekend.  Children 12 years and under are $10 per day and children under 6 are free.  Show hours are Saturday, 9:30 AM – 6:30 PM and Sunday, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

posted by FCF Staff @ 7:55 pm
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