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Tuesday, Mar 25, 2003

Icc Rebellion – April 18th 2003

From the event’s promoter:

ICC Rebellion – April 18th 2003
Target Center Minneapolis, MN
Doors Open 6:30 PM

The Card!

Main Event

Homer Moore vs Jeremy Horn
Homer The Rock Moore has ruled Sun City for over 3 years. The perpetual Rage in the Cage Champion. Possessing the speed and strength of Kevin Randleman with better striking capability. Moore is a very dangerous foe. A UFC Vet and the Libra Mexico Champion Moore is ready to climb the mountain. Waiting for him at the top is Jeremy Horn. Unflappable, seemingly invulnerable Horn who wowed ICC fans as he bloodied and battered MMA Legend Travis Fulton. Will Moore make it to the top or just be another Rock in the mountain of bodies Horn stands on?

Featured Bouts

Dennis Reed vs Dave Menne
Dennis Reed holds the fastest win in ICC’s short history. A systematic dismantling of Tyrone Roberts. Roberts is a warrior of renowned; but at ICC I Reed proved he was ready for the next level. His first test on that level will be huge. UFC Champion and legend Dave Menne is waiting. Menne, the embodiment of True American Grit will hold Reeds toughest challenge to date. Just seeing Menne in a Minnesota ring again will be great; seeing him against a real competitor will be amazing.

Harry Moskowitz vs Travis Wiuff
Two UFC Veterans square off in another battle of heavy weight. ICC wanted Dirty Harry on our first card. We are very excited to have him here for ICC II. Big Diesel got back to his winning ways destroying Big Fam at ICC I. This will be a hard hitting big dog fight.

Travis Fulton vs Greg Wikan
The last time these two met the match ended in controversy. Now both men have a win over the other. This time it will be decisive. Fulton has publicly rededicated himself to training. One of the most experienced fighters in the game has let his training slip over the last year. Now that the Ironman is back on track, can he be stopped? The Gladiator is a stable of fighting in Minnesota. He also has had a rebirth of sorts stemming from ICC I. Rededicated to training Greg pulled off a huge win in January;. He is looking to get a second one in April. Who will be the heavy weight to watch in the ICC in 2003? That question could be answered April 18th.

Under Card

Emily Fisher vs Kelly Kobold
Emily has been training for a long time for this moment. A member of team Miletich she is known a powerful striker and an excellent ground fighter. Kelly proved her heart in ICC winning a 12 minute all out war. This has the makings of another classic.

Spencer Fisher vs Daryl Guthmiller
Spencer is one half of the first husband and wife team to fight for the ICC. Spencer has dangerous punching ability and is well rounded as are all Miletich trained fighters. He faces one of Minnesota’s favorite fighters. Guthmiller always brings the fans to their feet. Will he be able to knock Spencer off his?

Carlos Armacanqui vs Randy Erdman
Carlos won his first fight in quick fashion. Now he faces Randy Erdman from Dave Menne’s school. Randy is a long standing feature in Minnesota grappling tournaments and a popular fighter. Both fighters are extremely fast, flexible and skilled. This could be the fight of the night. If you love light weights; you will love this match.

Tom Kirk vs Sam Morgan
Kirk makes his ICC Debut. Training under the guidance of Jason Godsey, Tom will be ready. He will be facing Sammy "the Squeeze" Morgan, who lost in his debut. Sammy does not like to lose and he will be looking to avenge that defeat and earn his spot in the ICC.

Maurice Walker vs Dennis Stull
Both young fighters are coming off impressive wins in ICC I. Walker from Meat Truck Inc. proved to have both heart and skill getting the best of Brad Spent. Dennis Stull from Team Bison kicked off ICC I by forcing a ref stoppage early in the first round of his fight.

Card subject to change

ICC Rebellion Meet and Greet
6:30 to 7:30 PM Target Center
When the doors open for the ICC fights early birds and come in and get a chance to get autographs and shake the hands of the biggest names in the sport including world champions Frank Shamrock, Don Frye, Jens Pulver. Plus Olympic Champion and world class commentator Jeff Blatnik. ICC Fans at this time will also have the opportunity to have their picture taken with the ICC ring girls in the cage. More to be announced soon!

From the event’s promoter:

RITC 46 – This Thursday Night
Thursday, March 27, 2003
Graham Central Station (Formerly Rockin’ Rodeo)
7850 S Priest Dr.
Tempe, AZ 85284

Doors Open: 6 PM, Fight Time: 7:30 PM
Ticket Prices: $20 General Admission, $30 VIP Ringside ($5 off with RITC flyer or KUPD red card $15 & $25).
Happy Hour: bottled beer just $1.50 from 6PM to 7:30 PM.
Located just east of I-10 Elliot Rd exit #157 (Sports Authority Shopping Center South of Elliot).
This is the first of several mid-week RITC shows. We are inviting 28 fighters to compete. Those fighters that prove exciting in our mid-week shows will get invited to compete in future major Phoenix or Casa Grande shows. Come see the RITC stars of tomorrow.
The fighter report time to Graham Central Station is 5 PM – 5:30 PM on March 27 for administrative paperwork, licensing, weigh-ins, and pre-fight physicals. Matchups based on weight and skill levels will be made at that time.
Should be a great night of action with many young fighters making their cage debuts at RITC 46.

Upcoming Major Events:

RITC 47 – Unstoppable
Saturday, Apr 12, 2003
Celebrity Theatre
Phoenix, AZ

RITC 48 – Casa Grande
Saturday, May 3, 2003

posted by Full Contact Fighter @ 8:00 pm
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