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From the event’s promoter:

King Of The Cage 7
Action-packed, "no-holds-barred" competition

Saturday, February 24, 2001
5:00pm Soboba Casino
San Jacinto, California


Hosted by Eddie Bravo and Don "The Dragon" Wilson and emceed by "The Voice of the Octagon" Bruce Buffer, "King of the Cage 7" will officially kick off the fight year for 2001 with a card that will continue the great King of the Cage cards of 2000. Already renowned for bringing the best domestic and international mixed martial arts competitors into the cage, "King of the Cage" once again out does itself with a fight card containing 11 top-notch matches, including 2 King of the Cage World Title fights.

In a heavyweight championship match sure to rock the fighting world, King of the Cage World Heavyweight Champion Ricco Rodriguez looks to defend his title against 2-time IFC Champion Paul Buenatello. Newly crowned King of the Cage World Middle Weight Champion Joe Hurley makes his first defense against King of the Cage fan favorite, Charlie Kohler. And fresh off his record setting 6 second KO of Roger Neff in King of the Cage 6, see the Lion’s Den Pete Williams as he tries to make Rick Mathis his next victim. The main events wrap up with former King of the Cage World Middleweight Champion Chris Brennan as he steps back into the cage against grappler/striker Yves Edwards. Also scheduled on the card—Lion’s Den stud Tony Galindo, Muay Thai specialist Marvin Eastman, and the much anticipated King of the Cage debut of Jiu Jitsu black belt Raphiel Torre.

"King of the Cage"

The originator of the 5-minute round and
the best in mixed martial arts competition

Saturday, February 24, 2001
7:00pm Soboba Casino
San Jacinto, California


Ricco Rodriguez (Machado/Takada Dojo) vs. Paul Buenatello (Amarillo, TX)
Joe Hurley (Lion’s Den) vs. Charlie Kohler (Kampfer Club)
Pete Williams (Lion’s Den) vs. Rick Mathis (Team Cordiero)
Chris Brennan (Next Generation) vs. Yves Edwards (3rd Column)

Tony Galindo vs. Tiki
Marvin Eastman vs. Floyd Sword
Dean Lister vs. Jason Flynn
Raphiel Torre vs. Ioka Tianuu

Dave Velasquez vs. Trevor Lally
Tony Hucies vs. Alex Rickards
Fernando Vas Concelos vs. Victor Hunsaker

From the event’s promoter:

Battlejax # 4
Held January 20, 2001

A crowd of almost 900 spectators was treated to an evening of excitement in Jacksonville Florida. Battlejax featured 11 great fights. The two highly anticipated matches of the night were a Florida State title match between Matt Roggers of Jacksonville and Ahren Davis of Tampa and a match-up of two NHB veterans who have competed internationally, Eric Hill and John Renken. Here are the results…

  • Keith Sutton def. Drew Lawrence – Heel hook – 2:12 of round 1
  • Chris Rinoza def. Chris Bush – Arm-bar – :55 of round 1
  • Mike Davis def. Rob Copenhauer – Triangle choke – 1:07 of round 1
  • Alvin Robinson def. Roy Phillipe – Heel hook – 5:12 of round 1
  • Jeremy Bass def. Stuart Hesselmeyer – Key lock – 4:50 of round 1
    John Hosegood vs. Mike Rounsville

  • Matt Roggers def. Ahren Davis – Arm-bar – 5:52 of round 1
    (Roggers wins the Florida State 180-189lb Title)

  • Andres Lopez def. Dave Zitanick – Triangle – 5:23 of round 1
  • John Hosegood def. Mike Rounsville – TKO – 3:39 of round 3
  • Stephen Ross def. Alvin Robinson – Heel hook – 2:55 of round 1
  • Casey Roberts def. William Sutton – Arm-bar – 4:07 of round 1
  • Eric Hill def. John Renken – Tap out due to knee strikes – 5:50 of round 2

From the event’s promoter Kipp Kollar:


WHEN: Saturday, February 17th (10 AM to 4 PM)
WHERE: Bayville, New Jersey (Just outside Toms River
WHAT: Over 50 Gi & No-Gi (Kids, Teen, Women, Senior & Adult) Grappling Divisions
MORE INFO: Kipp Kollar at (860) 635-1867 or Email President@Nagafighter.com
WEBSITE: NAGAFighter.com
NO GI DIVISIONS: Use standard NAGA Rules
GI DIVISIONS: Use standard BJJ Rules
ABSOLUTE DIVSION: JEFF MONSON (2000 Abu Dhabi Champion) will be competing in the Garden Sate Grappling Challenge Absolute Division against the NAGAs best. This is a chance for YOU to compete against a World Champion. The only requirement in order to limit the size of the division is that each school will be allowed to enter only one fighter to represent their team. I look forward to seeing the NAGAs best shine Good luck to my friends Eddie Rolon, Anthony Argyros, Rob Constance, Pat Stanos, Vlad Koulikov, John Rallo, etc. who I know will not pass up this opportunity of a lifetime. Schools who would like to enter more than one fighter please contact me directly.
TEAM CHAMPIONS: Fleece Team Jackets for the Instructors of the Childrens & Adult Champions
TROPHIES ARE BACK! 1st thru 4th Place – All Divisions!
posted by Full Contact Fighter @ 8:00 pm
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