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DREAM Fight for Japan: Bantamweight Grand Prix is now all set with one additional bout and one altercation.
Last Wednesday, DREAM Fight for Japan: Bantamweight Grand Prix gets an additional bout and one altercation. After Willamy Freire withdrew from the tournament due to hand injury, Tatsuya Kawajiri will now face Drew Fickett on July 16. Also added to the fight card is a light heavyweight battle between Tatsuya Mizuno and Trevor Prangley.
DREAM Fight for Japan – dubbed as DREAM.17 – will feature a championship duel over Gegard Mousasi vs Hiroshi Izumi and Hiroyuki Takaya vs Kazuyuki Miyata. Mazakasu Imanari will square off against Hideo Tokoro at the Bantamweight Grand Prix finals.
The full card for DREAM.17 is posted after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
"There really is a Santa Claus. Unfortunately he does not live at the offices of the (Virginia commission)." - Jason Chambers, Shine Fights COO
Last Saturday, Shine Fights had been denied a license in Virginia for its Lightweight Grand Prix at the Patriot Center in Fairfax this coming September 10. However, the event will go on as scheduled, and would be moving the event to First Council Casino at Newkirk, Oklahoma. The third Shine’s event is set to air on pay-per-view, and will be a single-night, eight-man tournament.Read the rest of the article »
The course of the Lightweight Grand Prix tournament fight is in the hands of the fans.
The promotion, Shine Fights, is making a comeback after the canceled event last May. Their first offering is the Lightweight Grand Prix tournament on September 10 and will be taking place in Patriot Center in Fairfax, Va. Eight participants had signed up for the event but the fans can still cast their votes online with […]Read the rest of the article »
The fans got it! UFC Veteran Drew Fickett will meet the always entertaining Charles "Krazy Horse" Bennett in an opening-round match up of "Shine Fights: Lightweight Grand Prix." To whom you'll put your bet on?
Fans of Shine Fights chose a first tournament match up between Drew Frickett and Charles “Krazy Horse” Bennett, and was officially announced by the organization today. They will meet in an opening-round tourney of Shine Fights’ single night, eight-man lightweight match, that will take place on September 10 at the Patriot Center, in Fairfax, Virginia. Unfortunately, Josh Shockley was scratched from the field due to injury. Fickett just snapped a five-fight losing streak recently, and redeemed it all with a victory over Derrick Nobleat in a XKL event in Minnesota. Bennett, on the other hand, anchors a 7-4 in his record but hasn’t won any fight via decision for the past six years. Other participants for the tournament includes Richard Crunkilton, Carlo Prater, James Warfield, Marcus Aurelio and Hector Munoz.
The Virginia State Athletic commission will oversee the event under the Nevada State Athletic Commission rules. The two first rounds will have two five-minute rounds, plus a three-minute overtime. A three five-minute rounds is set for finale.View Article Source »
One night. Eight Fighters. All in a single elimination match. The most anticipated comeback of Shine Fights in the MMA fighting ring is here for real! After 15 years, the Grand Prix format will fill the eyes of the fans once again.
Shine Fights COO, Jason Chambers, announced today that the promotion company will be back in the MMA ring on September 10 at the Patriot Center in Fairfax, Virginia. After 15 years, the Grand Prix format will be held in the US for the first time. Sanctioned by Virginia State Athletic Commission and contested under Nevada State Athletic Commission, each of the 155 lb fighter will be paired off in the opening round. Four winners will move to round two and from there, two winners will battle for championship. Rounds one and two is composed of two 5 minute match, and the finals is a three 5 minute battle. A 3 minute overtime is also included if needed to decide a winner.Read the rest of the article »
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