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Wednesday, Jun 26, 2002

Extreme Trials Set Forohio Event In July

From the event’s promoter:

Extreme Trials Set for
Ohio Event in July

Extreme Trials poster
      The Extreme Trials, one of the nation’s longest-running amateur MMA events, will return to Ohio on July 20 with a show near Cincinnati.
      Featuring tournament competition in five weight divisions, the Extreme Trials will take place at Spears Boxing School in Mt. Healthy, Ohio.
      "This is the third time we’ve held the Trials in Ohio and all of the events have produced solid talent," said promoter Monte Cox.
      Winners in each division — 150-under, 170-under, 190-under, 210-under and heavyweight — will earn berths to the MMA Nationals at the end of the year. Winners of the Nationals earn pro contracts to fight for Extreme Challenge and Super Brawl. So far, five fighters who have competed in the Trials have advanced to the UFC, the latest being Robbie Lawler.
      Tickets for the event, which will start at 7:30 p.m., are available at New Generation Fitness in Middletown, Ohio… call 513 727-8089 or 513 205-2762 for more information.

From the event’s promoter:


Be there on August 2nd as "King of the Cage" returns to the Soboba Casino in San Jacinto, California for "King of the Cage: Double Cross."

Main Events:

KOTC Light-Heavyweight World Title Match
Vernon "Tiger" White (Champion)
Mike Rogers (#1 Contender)

KOTC Lightweight World Title Match
Javier "Showtime" Vazquez (Champion)

KOTC Middleweight World Title match
Dean "The Machine" Lister (#1 Contender)
Brendon Seguin (#2 Contender)

More matches to be announced soon!

See it Live! For tickets contact: TicketMaster

"King of the Cage: Double Cross" will be available on Pay Per View via TVN & the Dish Network

Check Your Local Listings.

* Fight Card Subject to Change

From the event’s promoter:

World Extreme Fighting Championship

Cobb County Civic Center (Hudgin’s Hall)
Saturday, June 29
7:30 pm (Doors open at 6:30 pm)

Cage Fights To Rock Atlanta

Bring It On! World Extreme Fighting Championship I will rock Atlanta on June 29 at the Cobb County Civic Center. This no-holds-barred event will feature top-level competition inside a 30-foot steel cage.

The style of contest is known as "mixed martial arts", or no-holds-barred fighting. Contestants can use boxing, kickboxing, juijitsu and wrestling moves to win their matches.

Ten fights* are slated for the evening. The ISCF Lightweight Champion, Cam McHargue from Macon, GA, will enter the cage against Miami’s Patrick Assalone for the World Extreme Fighting Championship Lightweight (170 lbs.) Title. Both fighters are well versed in all aspects of reality fighting, but McHargue favors muay tai kickboxing while Assalone has been studying shoot fighting under international champion Eric Paulson.

Jeff Monson will make his comeback after a tough fight in the UFC (Ultimate Fight Championships). He will fight against Athens’ Forrest Griffin in the Heavyweight division (225 lbs.). Monson has changed training camps to Ft. Lauderdale’s American Top Team in hopes that the elite juijitsu training, which is ATT’s trademark, will pay off in the "Win" column of his record. Griffin is quickly making a name for himself. Griffin went the distance against the legend Dan "The Beast" Severn. That is the only loss on his fight record.

Area fighters on the card include Walter "PeeWee" McCall, Shaun Gay, Mike Nelson, and Rory Singer. Fighters are coming from as far away as Brazil to take part in this competition.

This event is sanctioned by the ISCF (International Sport Combat Federation.)

*Fight card is subject to change. ###

Ticket Info
Tickets on sale now.
Advance purchased tickets may be picked up at the venue June 28 or 29 (starting at noon both days). Tickets will not be mailed. Credit card used for the purchase and a valid ID are necessary to pick up tickets.

1-800-345-5047 EVENT ACCESS CODE 06

At the venue June 28 and 29 (Sales start at noon)

$20 General Admission; $35 Lower stands; $45 Ringside; $100 VIP

This event is sanctioned by the ISCF.

Cobb County Civic Center (Hudgin’s Hall)
548 S. Marietta Parkway
Marietta, GA

posted by Full Contact Fighter @ 8:00 pm
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