It's almost here! Fight Club Champion's Battle of the Ballroom at the Robert Treat Hotel in Newark, New Jersey. This card is stacked from top to bottom so if you don't already have tickets, jump on it right now.

For ticket info, visit or call 201-528-5292. Do it now!


It's on! James Chambers vs. Chris Otlowski at the next Asylum Fight League event down at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, New Jersey. This fights tops a very stacked card, so be sure to get your tickets now! Visit the Asylum Fight League website for more info.

These fights are insane!




ATLANTIC CITY – Regional MMA champions usually face a long line of worthy challengers, but that’s not always the case.

Given the high stakes involved, some fighters may be eschewing the traditional route of fighting the toughest opponents available and are instead focusing on maintaining outstanding records in the hopes of attracting the attention of UFC bosses.

And that sometimes means passing on the chance to win a championship.

Case in point: Cage Fury Fighting Championships lightweight titleholder Paul “The Irish Dragon” Felder has his belt, but he has struggled to find an opponent for his first title defense.

A hard-nosed striker who won the crown with a second-round TKO of veteran Marc Stevens in March, Felder is unbeaten in seven professional fights and is considered one of the brightest prospects not already in the UFC.

He says after the Stevens fight, his opponent pool shrank drastically.


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On Saturday, July 12, one of New York's biggest and best promotions, Aggressive Combat Sports presents Aggressive Combat Championship 7. The event takes place at the York College Arena, 94-20 Guy R Brewer Blvd, Jamaica, New York.

Professional MMA is still illegal in New York, but thanks to the efforts of promotions like Aggressive Combat Sports, the sport is thriving. These are amateur MMA contests, but they use full MMA rules and you will not find better talent anywhere.

I'll be in the cage doing my thing on July 12, and hope to see many of my fellow New Yorkers in the arena.

For tickets check out or call 917-685-5742. See you at the arena!


We are less than a month away from the Fight Club Champion Battle at the Ballroom! The event takes place at the Robert Treat Hotel in Newark, New Jersey. The card is stacked from top to bottom with the some of the finest MMA talent on the East Coast, so get your tickets now. This event is sure to sell out.  For ticket info, checkout or call 201-528-5292. See you at the Ballroom!



Asylum Fight League 46 will take place on September 20, 2014 at the Trump Taj Mahal. Promoter Carl Mascarenhas is hard at work putting together a card that is sure to be explosive. Last time out, only two of the fights went the distance. The rest were spectacular knockouts and crazy submissions. We also saw two new Asylum champions crowned. Be sure to get your tickets early, because these fights are insane!


Lou Neglia and Dead Serious MMA teamed up to bring fight fans MMA Battle at Schuetzen Park, which took place on Saturday, June 28 at Scheutzen Park in North Bergen, New Jersey. Here are the official results from all the bouts:


The New Jersey Martial Arts Hall of Fame is extremely proud to announce the third class of inductees to the New Jersey Martial Arts Hall of Fame.

To see all of the inductees biograhies and pictures, please visit our website

This class will be honored at the Induction dinner gala to be held at the beautiful La Quinta Inns & Suites Meadowlands Hotel on December 5, 2014.

Tickets to the awards dinner can be purchased by calling 201-538-4843 or online at

Discount hotel room rates at La Quinta can be also obtained by calling 201-863-8700 and mentioning the Hall of Fame dinner.

New Jersey has always been on the forefront of combat sports, and some of the biggest bouts in MMA, kickboxing and Muay Thai history have taken place at various venues around the state.

New Jersey has had a boxing hall of fame since the 1960′s and, in a similar sense, we hope to recognize and honor those involved in combat martial arts such as MMA and Muay Thai. New Jersey is building a rich tradition in non-boxing martial arts and our goal is to recognize these individuals and entities.

Our goal is to honor those involved with New Jersey martial arts and to celebrate with them, at an evening with family and friends. Our focus is on those directly involved in New Jersey martial arts.

This truly is a historical moment in our State’s combat sports history as our intent is to have the New Jersey State Martial Arts Hall of Fame continue for many years and serve as a record for those outstanding individuals involved in martial arts in our State.

We hope you will join us on December 5, 2014. Mark your calendars now and purchase your tickets early so you can be sure to be a part of New Jersey martial arts history. Call 201-538-4843 or visit and get your ticket and join us in a historic night for New Jersey and for martial arts.  It is certain to be a terrific night with friends, fun, and music.

2014 Inaugural Class Inductee Awards

Referee - Keith Peterson

Muay Thai Trainer – Tommy Dowd

MMA School Owner – Nick Catone

Prestigious Achievement – Dylan Wanagiel

Muay Thai Fighter – Justin Greskiewicz

Ringside Physician – Dr. Steven Oxler

Pioneer Physician – Dr. Mark Belafsky

Striking Coach – Mark Henry

USA Boxing – Henry Hascup

Event Organizer – Alan Goldberg

Pioneer Fighter – Chris Liguori

MMA Judge – Eric Colon

Administrator – Joan Pierce

Traditional Martial Arts – Karriem Abdallah

MMA Fighter – Dan Miller

Fighter of the year – Chris Weidman

MMA Nutritionist – Mike Dolce

Wrestling Coach – Scott Goodale

Scorekeeper – Ellen Rubin

Grappling – Tom Manelski


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