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Jodie Esquibel (MMA/Boxing)

Jodie Esquibel Claims NABF Title at Buffalo Thunder

Jodie Esquibel

Brandon Holmes and Pat Holmes Jr. Win By TKO on ‘The Takeover’ Undercard A crowd of just over 2,000 was on-hand Saturday night at the Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino for a Holmes Boxing promoted card that featured a women’s NABF Light Flyweight title fight. In the main event of the evening Albuquerque’s Jodie Esquibel and Mexico’s Mayela Perez provided ...

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The “Bully” is back! Invicta FC 9 on November 1st features FIT NHB’s Amber Brown

It has been far too long since Amber “The Bully” Brown (4-1) has been in mixed martial arts action. The SWFight “Upset of the Year” recipient in 2013, Brown hasn’t seen cage time since defeating highly touted Kikuyo Ishikawa via submission in a Pancrase event held in Japan. While the victory earned Brown a spot in many top-10 rankings, Brown hasn’t seen action since ...

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Monday Morning Re-cap For January 15th – 18th

It was a very busy weekend for New Mexico combat sports and interestingly enough, none of the action from this past weekend was within state lines. With the high volume of mixed martial artists residing in the many New Mexico gyms, it isn’t rare to have several fighters from several gyms fighting in the same weekend. The rarity of this ...

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The Jackson’s MMA Series “By The Numbers”

  With the August 10th, Jackson’s MMA Series XI event rapidly approaching, SWFight.com has come up with a new way to showcase some of the more interesting aspects of the event’s storied history. While we have already named one of the Jackson’s Series first ten events as one of the best six New Mexico MMA events and listed the “Ten ...

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Big night for New Mexico’s women fighters at Invicta 5 on April 5th

When a gym plays host to dozens of elite level fighters it often finds several of their fighters fighting around the same time. As the budding Woman’s division flourishes, so does the culture in Albuquerque where so many of those female athletes train. The Jackson-Winklejohn camp is home to several prominent and notable women combat athletes highlighted by renowned boxing ...

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2012 in review: Women’s MMA emerges in New Mexico

Ever since Diego Sanchez captured the attention of millions when he won the original Ultimate Fighter New Mexico has been a “Mecca” for mixed martial arts. The popularity continued with the emergence of Rashad Evans and Keith Jardine. Over the period of time, fighters like Brian Stann, Carlos Condit, Donald Cerrone and John Dodson have become polarizing figures in the ...

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