The Asylum Fight League is back with its 51st big show this Saturday, June 4, 2016 at the famed Taj Mahal Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The Asylum is the place to be for MMA in Atlantic City, so jump on these tickets now before they're sold out. Check out the Asylum Fight League website for details. These fights are insane!
Warriors Cup 27 takes place at the Queens Theatre in Flushing Meadow Park, New York on Saturday, July 9, 2016 . Warriors Cup is the East Coast's top Muay Thai promotion, putting on full rules bouts. Last time out, the Queens Theatre was sold out and the card was off the hook. WC 27 promises more of the same, so get your tickets now. Check out the Warriors Cup website for details or call 609-678-6728.
Dead Serious MMA 20 takes place on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, PA. This is a stacked card featuring both professional and amateur MMA bouts. For ticket info, check out DeadSeriousMMA.com.
Warriors Cup 26 comes to New York on Saturday April 23, 2016 at the famed Queens Theatre in Flushing Meadow Park. Warriors Cup is the premier Muay Thai promotion on the East Coast, and every card is chock full of the best talent anywhere. Saturday's show feature multiple title fights and a stacked undercard.
WCKC 6 takes place on Saturday, April 2, 2016 at Schuetzen Park in North Bergen, NJ. WCKC is New Jersey's premier kickboxing promotion and has put on some amazing cards. For ticket info, check out the WCKC website.
Dead Serious XVIII takes place on Saturday, February 6, 2015 at 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, PA. The venue is locatedat 2300 S. Swanson Street. The card is stacked and features both professional and amateur MMA bouts. Make you superbowl weekend truly super by checking out this show. For tickets, go to DeadSeriousMMA.com or call 201-538.4853.
You can add Randy "Rude Boy" Brown to the long list of New York fighters that have excelled in the sport of MMA. I've had the pleasure of ring announcing Brown several times, in MMA and kickboxing and I've commented some of his pro bouts at Lou Neglia's Ring of Combat. From the first time I saw Brown fight, I knew he was something special. He is undefeated as a pro, with all his professional bouts taking place at the ROC.
In his last fight, against the very tough Robbie Plotkin, Brown finished the fight in the first round. And his timing could not have been better. UFC president Dana White was in attendance, scouting for new talent. Shortly after that, Brown got the call and will be making his UFC debut in New Jersey on the undercard of the Johnson vs. Bader card on January 30, 2016.
I'm sure Randy Brown will have as much success in the UFC as he's had at the Ring of Combat. I look forward to seeing him perform in the biggest MMA promotion in the world. Congrats, Randy "Rude Boy" Brown!