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June 2017 New Mexico Boxer/MMA Fighter Results and Schedule

June 2017 New Mexico Boxing and MMA Fighter Calendar Below is the SWFight.com New Mexico fighter fight result and schedule. We will do our best to keep this up to speed but because professional cards are far and wide, and often aren’t covered or televised, we ask that you as the public, fighters, and promoters also alert us any time ...

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Jerome Rivera on Brink of Making History with win at LFA 14

Jerome Rivera

With a flyweight championship win at LFA 14, Jerome Rivera Sets Himself up for Potential UFC Call For several years in the 2000s, New Mexico was a hotbed for mixed martial arts prospects. However, over the last 3 years there has been a lull in local fighters cracking the MMA glass ceiling. On Friday night, Santa Fe’s Jerome Rivera hopes to ...

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Santa Fe’s Jerome Rivera to Fight for LFA Flyweight Title

Jerome Rivera LFA

Rivera Signs 3-Fight Deal with LFA Over the weekend Legacy Fighting Alliance (LFA) announced that it would be returning to Houston, Texas’ Arena Theater on June 23 with a championship doubleheader for their event LFA 14. In the co-main event, undefeated Jerome Rivera (7-0) of Santa Fe, New Mexico will be in hostile territory as he faces Houston native Roberto ...

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Triple A MMA IX: Rock Solid Heads to Camel Rock Casino Sept 27

A female main event will headline the September 27th Triple A MMA IX: Rock Solid Camel Rock Casino card when Santa Fe’s Natalie Roy (2-0) faces Albuquerque’s Nohime Dennisson (1-1). The two were originally scheduled to square-off in June’s Triple A MMA VII: Rock-Stars event but after a TKO boxing loss in May, the New York State Athletic Commission issued ...

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2013 Southwest Fight News Awards: MMA Amateur Of The Year

In your first year of embarking on a new career, it is expected to run into some road-blocks and obstacles along the way. It is completely normal to struggle and have some harsh lessons levied onto you during that initial time period. In the world of amateur mixed martial arts, the start of the amateur career is meant to make ...

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The Monday Morning Recap

It was one of the busiest weekends in recent memory for the Southwest’s combat community as there was so much going on all-around the world. Boxing and MMA, regional shows and the UFC; New Mexico especially had so much going on that we as a staff couldn’t touch on everything going on despite our best efforts. In our second wind ...

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Holm Vs. Hayes “Havoc: A Sunday’s Retrospective

Friday night’s “Havoc” fight card came with heavy anticipation as many believed it could have been Holly Holm’s last fight in front of a local crowd before her assumed move to the UFC ranks. While that isn’t the case, a Holm fight card typically brings immense buzz to the area and the New Mexico combat sport star is easily the ...

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Two Undefeated Amateurs Face Off At “Havoc” On December 6th

As most fight fans know, the amateur ranks in MMA are used to build experience and to get a taste of the in-cage competition. Rarely do amateur records appear reported correctly in record databases and while they do offer a glimpse of what the fighter’s potential is, an amateur record doesn’t always reflect onto what their professional career will amount ...

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