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Bellator 105: Undefeated Adrian Cruz Takes A Step Up In Competition

UFC Fight Night 42 was a success but not a sellout. Missing from the show was the presence of a standout local who really generates ticket sale support from the true local community. Adrian Cruz could be a name that can account for a fee extra hundred tickets in a venue that only needed about a thousand more people to earn the sellout.

New Mexico has always been rich in the culture of combat sports and consistently has produced some of the premier talent in all of the world. In boxing, notables Johnny Tapia and Holly Holm exemplify the elite talent that hail from this area and in mixed martial arts, Carlos Condit and Diego Sanchez remain two of the most recognizable figures ...

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King Of The Cage “Future Legends 18″ Weigh-In Results


The King of the Cage “Future Legends 18” amateur event will be live inside The Crowne Plaze Hotel tomorrow night October 5th. Before that event takes place however the fighters had to first make weight for their respective bouts. The weigh-ins for “Future Legends 18” was held at Albuquerque’s Sadies restaurant, which is easily one of the area’s most popular ...

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2013′s Most Anticipated WMMA Showdown: Amanda Lovato And Nikki Lowe Meet Up For Third Time At King Of The Cage “Future Legends 18″ On October 5th

Albuquerque's Judgment MMA

MMA is full of opportunities for fighters to send messages. Whether it is through a knockout victory or a lopsided judge’s decision; the competitors inside the cage have the ability to use combat sports to really make statements. In that context, a losing fighter is often left unsatisfied as they were not able to secure that opportunity in defeat and ...

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King Of The Cage “Future Legends 18″: Judgement MMA Sends Three Fighters To Inch Closer To The Pros

Head Coach Scott Marlowe

King of the Cage “Future Legends 18” is all about featuring the amateur MMA fighters competing under the promotional banner. There are intricate steps that fighters make during their early career paths that will lead them to the professional level. One of those steps is feature bouts as amateurs, which really promotes the fighter as nearly being ready for that ...

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Bellator 105: The Rumored Undercard Participants

Bellator 91 is this year's "Professional MMA Event of the Year"

Fight fans listen up, Bellator MMA is headed back to New Mexico for the third time this year. This year has been a monumental year for Bellator MMA and the New Mexico MMA scene’s partnership as the top promotion has brought very solid fight cards for the February and July events. Bellator 91 and 97 featured title fights, notable promotional superstars and several high-profile local match-ups. ...

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King of the Cage “Future Legends 18″ Fight Card Taking Shape

Aaron Perls  vs. Shannon Curlee

King of the Cage is coming to the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico on October 5th to host the event titled “Future Legends 18” which is a series of events that highlights amateur mixed martial arts fighters. While the card has not been finalized, several bouts have been scheduled while several others fighters still await match making. The ...

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XFC 25 “Boiling Point” Live Play-By-Play And Results

Politics have always played a role in sports. Unfortunately, at times the negative impact leaves for untapped opportunities.

Tonight is the night for XFC 25 “Boiling Point” live inside Albuquerque’s Convention Center right in the heart of the downtown area. The XFC’s debut event within New Mexico is set with several exciting match ups featuring local and non-local fighters. The show will be headlined by the Strawweight World Title Fight between Team Four Corner’s fighter Angela Magana and Gracie Tampa’s Stephanie Eggink. ...

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