King of Kombat 10: Mass Destruction – Official Fight Card

PRESS RELEASE: March 28, 2011 – Austin, TX

World Class CageFighting and King of Kombat present “Mass Destruction”. Livemixed martial artsentertainment at thenew Palmer Event Center on Friday, April9, 2011. King of Kombat X willbe featuring a night of 10 bouts with 3 undefeated fighters, 9 champions, 2 championship title fights and 4 super fights with fighters from the UFC, WEC, Strike force, Bellator and Pride. Fighter Patino is best known for fighting Pat Miletich forthe UFC welter weight title at UFC 18. He has also fought in Pride and has knocked out the current Strike forcemiddle weight champion Ronald “Jacare” Souza. He is one of the original members of the now defunct Chute Boxe camp out of Brazil. King of Kombat’s Top Welter Weight Contender Sean Spencer will be fighting Derrick Krantz, our Welter Weight Champion. Undefeated Jason Samson will be fighting undefeated Pedro Munhoz for the Bantam Weight Championship. We anticipate being the largest league in the World behind the UFC and Pride. Bellator champion and 4x Pride fighter with a win over Anderson Silva the former UFC Champ, fighter Luiz Azeredo will also be fighting for the first time along with Strike Force fighter and King of Kombat Light Weight Champion Nick “The Ghost” Gonzalez. Come watch and see who will be the next King of Kombat. Don’t miss “Mass Destruction” King of Kombat 10!!

150

Josh Scales Austin TX 2-2
Blue Belt BJJ / King of Kombat Fighter
vs.
Claudio Rocha TX 3-1
Black Belt BJJ
—–

155

Duece King – Austin TX, 14-9
King of Kombat Fighter
vs.
Marcus Lanier – Dallas TX, 8-3
Purple Belt
—–

Super Fight

155

Derick Campos – Dallas TX, 5-1
Guy Mezger combat sports
vs.
Luiz Azeredo – Houston TX, 15-9
Pride Fighter / Team Chute Boxe
—–

Super fight

185

Chris Spicer – Austin TX, 4-2
Legacy FC veteran Purple Belt
vs.
Vagner Curio – Houston TX, 4-2
Black Belt / World Champ in BJJ
—–

Super fight

170

Jorge “Mocaco” Patino – Houston, TX, 10-3
UFC/ Pride / World Champion Black Belt
vs.
Cleburn “The Spartan” Walker – Dallas TX. 9-5
—–

Bantam Weight Championship

135

Jason Sampson – Fort Worth TX, 6-0
3x Amature Champion
vs.
Pedro Munhos – Dallas TX, 7-0
Black Belt BJJ / Training with Shane Mosley
—–

Super Fight

145

Nick Gonzalez – Austin TX, 15-8
King of Kombat Light Weight Champion and a Strike Force fighter
vs
Deigo Cera – Bizil, 10-5
Greg Jacksons Gym
—–

Main Event Welter Weight Championship

170

Derrick Krantz – Austin TX, 12-1
King of Kombat Welter Weight Champion
vs.
Sean Spenser – Dallas TX, 5-0
Blue Belt BJJ / Golden Gloves Champion

Doors will open at 6:00 pm and the first fight is scheduled to start at 8:00 pm. Tickets start at just $15.00 and can be purchased online at kingofkombat.com. Local area venders such as Specialized Staffing & Grappler’s Domain Gym will also be selling tickets. Fighters will be available for interviews starting the 4th of April. Please call 512-447-5940 to schedule times.

World Class Cage Fighting LLC 2101 East Ben White Blvd Ste 3 Austin TX 78741 Phone: 512-447-5940 Fax: 512-447-5663

XTREME KNOCKOUT 10: UFC STANDOUT JAKE ROSHOLT MAKES HIS XKO DEBUT

PRESS RELEASE: SATURDAY APRIL 9TH ARLINGTON

Xtreme Knockout, Back Alley Promotions in association with Corona bring Pro Mixed Martial Arts fights to Arlington.

Pre-Fight Party from 6-8pm. Belltime 8pm.Pre-Fight party includes: Special guest from The Improv Comedy Club,
Catured by Boston’s Gourmet Pizza, Music DJ, Bikini Contest, Free Giveaways, MMA & Sports Vendors and 10
professional cage fights! Official XKO After party will take place at Boston’s in Arlington!

Scheduled fight card (Card Subject to change)
TRIPLE MAIN EVENT

155lbs TITLE Chris Jones (UNDEFEATED IN XKO) Mohlers Jiu Jitsu 5-1 pro vs
Chris Pecero 3-1 American Revolution Corpus Christi TX 3-1
135lbs TITLE Douglas Frey (UNDEFEATED IN XKO) The Gym 9-4 vs Steven
Peterson 3-1 JD Shelly Dallas, TX (Both fighters are Bellator vets)
185lbs Jake Rosholt (UFC Veteran) Team Takedown – The Gym 8-3 vs Brandon
McDowell (over 70 pro fights) Austin, TX

130lbs Frank Ortega 4-4 vs Alex Russ 2-0 pro The Gym Arlington, TX
135lbs Mike Sierra 3-3 pro Arlington, TX THE GYM vs Randy Villarreal 4-3
170lbs Roy Spoon 5-3 Dallas, TX Octagon MMA vs Brandon Smith 4-0 Dallas
152lbs Moises Diaz 1-3 Arlington, TX THE GYM vs Chris Sellers 0-1 Texas
Fighting Syndicate
185lbs Burt Mcdonald 1-0 Texas Fighting Syndicate vs Gabe Guerrero 1-3 San
Antonio,TX
185lbs JJ Holmes 1-0 Mohlers Jiu Jitsu/The Gym vs Hayward Charles pro-debut
Ironside MMA Bedford
155lbs Faez Miraki Debut Ironside MMA vs Elijah Fleites pro-debut Kingdom
MMA

When: Xtreme Knockout 10 – Saturday APRIL 9TH, 2011 Pre-Fight Party at 6pm, Fights Start at 8pm Official XKO 10 Weigh-ins Friday April 8th at 3 pm at The Improv Comedy Club in The Arlington Highlands (OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – FREE)

Where: THE GYM COMBATIVE SPORTS ARENA 921 W. Mayfield Rd. Suite #112 Arlington, TX 76015

Tickets are available for purchase at THE GYM and www.xtremeknockout.com $25 for advanced general admission and $30 when purchased at the door. $50 for Ringside Reserved and $60 at the door, VIP tables $400 (limited tables) Visit www.thegym.org for more information. CORONA, MMA Merchandise and Concessions are available for purchase at the event!

Houston Alexander to Face James Irvin in the Co-Main Event at Shark Fights 14

PRESS RELEASE: Amarillo, TX. – February 24, 2011

Texas based mixed martial arts fight promotion company, Shark Fight Promotions, announced today that the Shark Fights 14 co-main event will feature a highly anticipated re-match between two hard hitting light heavyweights, Houston Alexander and James Irvin. Shark Fights 14 will take place Friday March 11, at the Fair Park Coliseum in Lubbock, Texas.

According to Brent Medley, president of Shark Fight Promotions, “We are very excited to have Alexander vs. Irvin as our co-main event at Shark Fights 14. Alexander is coming off of a very impressive TKO win over Rameau Sokoudjou at Shark Fights 13, a performance that earned him “fight of the night” bragging rights. Irvin is also a very explosive, high caliber fighter and has one of the fastest KO’s on record (8 seconds.)”

Medley went on to say, “We feel that the Alexander vs. Irvin re-match is long overdue. It is a very compelling match up. Alexander and Irvin did not hesitate to accept the fight. Both say that they are more than ready to throw down for a second time. They are hard hitting, dynamic fighters who have faced some of the biggest names in MMA. This is going to be a full out brawl from start to finish!”

In 2008 Houston “The Assassin” Alexander (11-6-0) suffered a first round KO loss to Irvin at UFC Fight Night 13 and is ready to settle the score. Alexander, who is coming off of an impressive second round TKO victory over Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou, plans to defeat Irvin and clinch his third straight win. This UFC veteran is a fan favorite and has faced off in the cage with notable fighters such as Keith Jardine, Thiago Silva, and Alessio Sakara. He also appeared on Spike TV’s “The Ultimate Fighter – Heavyweights” in 2009.

Houston Alexander had this to say, “I am definitely looking forward to fighting under the Shark Fights banner again. Shark Fights is a class act organization and take a lot of pride in putting the fighters and the fans first, and I have to say that Texas is home to some of the greatest MMA fans on the planet. At Shark Fights 13 the fans came out in full force to support the fighters and show their love for the sport. We do what we do for the fans, so it’s always great to fight in Texas!”

Alexander added, “I am more than ready for this fight. When I step into the cage with Irvin, it’s on! Fans will not be disappointed.”

James “The Sandman” Irvin (15-8-0) recently stepped into the cage with Mike Crisman in a bout that ended in a No Contest. Irvin plans to defeat Alexander a second time and add another notable win to his already impressive record. Irvin has fought for many of the top fight organizations in the industry and is a seasoned UFC veteran. He has thrown down with a laundry list of notable fighters including Scott Smith, Stephan Bonnar, and Anderson Silva.

Irvin had this to say about fighting for Shark Fight Promotions, “I am looking forward to this fight and to fighting for Shark Fight Promotions. They have a great reputation within the industry and have a proven track record of putting on stellar shows. Fans can definitely expect to see more of me in the Shark Fights arena in the future. As for Houston, he better be ready, because I plan to end this fight the same way I did that last time we stepped into the cage.”

Shark Fight Promotions will be announcing the full fight card and additional details about the event soon! The event will take place on Friday, March 11 at the Fair Park City Coliseum in Lubbock Texas. Doors open at 5:00pm CT. Fights start at 6:30 pm CT. Tickets are available at Select a Seat and United Super Market locations. To learn more about Shark Fight Promotions, please visit www.sharkfights.com.

PRESS RELEASE: MMA Documentary “FIGHTVILLE” to Premiere at SXSW

PRESS RELEASE: Austin, TX – Mon. Feb 21, 2011

MMA Documentary “FIGHTVILLE” to Premiere at SXSW Film Festival in Austin on March 12, 2011

For those looking for a sign that MMA is crossing over to the mainstream, the New York Times recently reported that of the 1,792 feature films submitted to the 2011 edition of the prestigious SXSW Film Festival in Austin, the largest single category of films represented were about combat sports. One of those films, FIGHTVILLE directed by Pepper & Bones, will premiere in the documentary competition at the fest on March 12, 2011.

The popularity of the subject matter doesn’t surprise the film’s co-director Michael Tucker, “When we first started filming FIGHTVILLE we knew very little about MMA, but after 18 months of filming we really came to love the culture of the fight world. Fighting is the stuff that movie legends are made of–who hasn’t wanted to be Rocky or Bruce Lee? MMA is the evolution of that
legacy.”

However, as fast as the sport is growing, there is still a gap to mainstream acceptance and the filmmakers hope that FIGHTVILLE will open the door to MMA for a new audience. “Popular culture has long embraced boxing and there is storied history of literary greats championing the sport. Hemingway, London and Mailer were all fighters. That’s just now beginning to happen with MMA and we hope that Fightville will be able to introduce a wider audience to the beauty and passion of the sport while elevating the perception of MMA,“ says Tucker.

SXSW is the fastest growing media festival in the country, with film, interactive and music components. Last year, nearly 40,000 industry attendees swarmed into Austin looking for the next big thing. “SXSW is where decision makers come to take the pulse of popular culture and we are excited to premiere FIGHTVILLE in a place that embraces the future,” says Tucker.

The film focuses on the world of an up-and-coming feeder promotion called USA-MMA run by Gil Guillory in Lafayette, Louisiana–a place where fighting, for many, is as much ritual as it is sport. In FIGHTVILLE, life is a contest and the area around Lafayette, which includes a neighborhood that is the namesake of the film, has no
shortage of fighters. Many of them train with veteran UFC fighter Tim Credeur at his Gladiators Academy, where more than just making champions, he seeks to “build better men”. One of those fighters, Dustin Poirier, quickly became the focus of the film, after a series of dramatic victories. “The first time I saw Dustin fight, I was immediately taken with him. You could just tell that the kid was going places,” says Tucker. And go places he did, Poirier, defying all odds, recently defeated Josh Grispi at his UFC debut. “Dustin defines dedication for me. More than just fighting, FIGHTVILLE is about what it takes to be the best at anything,” says Tucker.

FIGHTVILLE will world premiere on Saturday March 12th at 4:30pm in
the Vimeo Theater at the Austin Convention Center.

FIGHTVILLE is about the art and sport of fighting: a microcosm of
life, a physical manifestation of that other brutal contest called the
American Dream, where men are not born, but built through self
determination, hard work and faith. It may be a myth, but in
FIGHTVILLE, that’s what champions are made of.

Media:

fightville.net
facebook.com/fightvillemovie
twitter.com/fightville

Press Contacts:

For Immediate Inquiry
Pepper & Bones
contact@pepperandbones.com

For SXSW Publicity
David Magdael & Associates
Los Angeles, CA
213 624 7827
dmagdael@tcdm-associates.com

About Pepper & Bones:
Pepper & Bones are the filmmaking duo Petra Epperlein and Michael
Tucker best known for their epic chronicle of the Iraq War that began
with the release of the acclaimed GUNNER PALACE in 2004 by Palm
Pictures.In 2009, their final war film, HOW TO FOLD A FLAG premiered
at the Toronto Film Festival. FIGHTVILLE will mark their fourth
appearance at SXSW.

PRESS RELEASE: Strikeforce Houston Results – Feijao Shocks King Mo, Souza Wins Decision Over Kennedy

PRESS RELEASE: Strikeforce Houston (Aug. 21, 2010)

Hard-hitting striker Rafael Feijao shocked STRIKEFORCE World Light Heavyweight (205 pounds) Champion “King Mo” Lawal with a devastating third round knockout in Saturday’s SHOWTIME® televised main event at STRIKEFORCE: Houston at Toyota Center.

In a tactical co-feature, world-class submission specialist Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza captured the vacant STRIKEFORCE World Middleweight (185 pounds) Championship with a unanimous decision over American military hero Tim Kennedy.

In an all-action fight, Mo (7-1) was the aggressor in the first, scoring a body slam in the opening minute of the round. But, Feijao (10-2) was unfazed by the take down and got to his feet without suffering any significant damage.

After trading punches in the second, Feijao came out swinging in the third. He landed a few strong combinations and caught Mo with a powerful knee. Clearly wounded, Mo tried to take his opponent to the ground to minimize the damage but, while locked up standing, Feijao battered Mo with a series of brutal slashing elbows to Mo’s head, knocking him out at 1:14.

“I hit him hard with the right hand and the knee,” Feijao said. “I saw he was hurt, but I was just going to continue to hit him. I felt his grip loosening and knew that he was done.

“I have a new coach in boxing and Muay Thai that made the difference. “I just made my dream. I saw in his last fight he wanted to get inside. My strategy worked perfectly.”

A wounded Mo was disappointed but not dejected in his performance.

“I just got to make a few adjustments,” Mo said. “He fought a hell of a fight, but I’m not worried. I’ll come back stronger.”

Jacare (13-2-1) wasn’t able to get Kennedy to the ground, but his effective and relentless counterpunching was the difference maker in the fight.

A deep gash opened up over Kennedy’s left eye early in the third round. Kennedy (12-3) tried taking the fight to the mat, but it was ineffective against Jacare, who was the superior striker landing the harder, crisper punches.

Kennedy continued to attack Jacare throughout the fight, never giving up, but was unable to land anything that hurt his opponent.

“I felt through the fight that he felt my hand,” Jacare said. “I was landing some big punches and I thought I was winning the fight. I was ready to fight everywhere in the cage, but I was surprised how strong he was. He was strong, but I was the one connecting and landing the damaging punches.”

Kennedy, who landed more punches with a higher percentage, was a bit surprised in the unanimous decision loss.

“I was really frustrated with the end result,” Kennedy said. “Jacare is an amazing contender and now a champion. I was humbled that I was able to go five rounds with him, but I think it goes without saying that I’d like another five rounds with that guy. It’s going to be different.

“We’re talking about the most decorated grappler in the planet. I expected him to want to grapple. He countered with me the whole time and I was surprised. I should have put more pressure on him. The only time anyone got dropped in the fight was when I dropped him, but he’s got the belt.”

In a featured lightweight (155 pounds) bout, KJ Noons scored a second round KO (:19) over fearless brawler and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt Jorge Gurgel in a short, but spectacular match.

The two exchanged powerful punches in the first, but a powerful and controversial blow from Noons a split second after the sound of the closing bell for the first round proved to be the difference. Noons (10-2) came out swinging in the second, landing an overhand right followed by a left hook that sent Gurgel (13-7) flying to the canvas. He followed it up with punches on the ground, but the fight was clearly over as Gurgel could not recover.

“By any means am I a dirty fighter, no,” Noons said. “I was just going in there to try to engage and get the round. I was in the heat of the moment and I couldn’t stop my hands as they were going. It wasn’t cheap and I’m not trying to be dirty – I’m just trying to finish the fight. I didn’t’ intentionally do it, it’s just the rush.

“I thought it was a great fight. He had a really good game plan. He was moving around the ring and was trying to get me to engage more. I just knew I had to not over commit on my punches and my kicks and I’d be able to keep standing. I’m not surprised he didn’t take me down.”

Gurgel didn’t make any excuses or complaints in losing.

“I apparently got hit a couple of times when the round was up, but it’s not KJ’s fault,” Gurgel said. The referee is responsible for separating the fighters. I’m not taking anything away from (KJ) He landed a good right hand and a left hook.

“I have no excuses whatsoever. I came up short in my performance and I’m really upset. I thought I had his number. I’ve never been rocked before. I’ve had 20 professional fights and I’ve never felt that. KJ is a world class fighter.”

In the opening fight of the SHOWTIME telecast, Chad Griggs won an upset, TKO victory over previously unbeaten Bobby Lashley at the end of the second round.

An experienced and talented wrestler, Lashley immediately took the fight to the ground in the first round. He expended a lot of energy trying to hit Griggs (9-1) while on the ground, but Griggs was able to counter and opened up a gushing cut over Lashley’s left eye.

Once again, Lashley (5-1) took the fight to the ground in the second, but his punches didn’t do enough damage to the more experienced Griggs. The cut worsened with Lashley apparently gassed in the closing moments of the second round and the referee called the bout immediately following the conclusion of the round.

“This is a dream come true fighting for STRIKEFORCE. I got offered a big fight right off the bat and I’m super pumped I got the win,” Griggs said. “I know he was bleeding all over me. I think he was tired and he was hurt already. I think it was a good call to end it.

“I felt him starting to fade a little bit at the end of the first round. I could hear him breathing really hard and could feel him using a lot of muscle to land punches. I was comfortable because he wasn’t really catching me and he was using a lot of energy. I don’t think that he’s really been hit before or been tested. I could see it in his eyes that the fight was changing. He was still hustling, but I think he was losing some heart in there.”

The event will replay on Monday, Aug. 23 at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on SHO 2 and will be available On Demand from Tuesday, Aug. 24 until Monday, Sept. 6.

Complete STRIKEFORCE: Houston Results:

STRIKEFORCE World Light Heavyweight Championship

Rafael Feijao def. “King Mo” Lawal – KO (elbows) – Round 3 (1:14)

STRIKEFORCE World Middleweight Championship

Jacare Souza def. Tim Kennedy – Unanimous Decision – 49-46, 48-47 twice.

KJ Noons def. Jorge Gurgel – KO (strikes)– Round 2 (:19)

Chad Griggs def. Bobby Lashley – TKO – End of Round 2

NON-TELEVISED UNDERCARD

Daniel Cormier def. Jason Riley – Submission (strikes) – Round 1 (1:02)

Andre Galvao – def. Jorge “Macaco” Patino – TKO (strikes) – Round 3 (2:45)

Vinicius “Draculino” Magalhaes – def. Rocky Long – Unanimous Decision – 29-28, 30-27, 30-27.

Adam Schindler def. Kier Gooch – Submission (Rear Naked Choke)

Reynaldo “The Truth” Trujillo def. Jose Santibanez – TKO (Strikes)

Chad “Robo” Robichaux def. Humberto DeLeon – Split Decision – 29-28 (Robichaux), 29-28 (DeLeon), 29-28 (Robichaux)

Artenas Young def. Chad Cook, – Unanimous decision – 30-27, 298-28, 30-27

Shark Fights Announces World-Class Commentating Team

PRESS RELEASE: Aug. 19, 2010

Bas Rutten, Don Frye and Ron Kruck to Call the PPV Action for Shark Fights MMA: Jardine vs. Prangley.

The commentating team, as the intermediary between the fight action and viewers, is vital to the success of televised mixed martial art events. Understanding the importance of the broadcasters, Shark Fight Promotions has recruited a world-class commentating team. The unique and talented three-man lineup consists of two MMA legends: Bas Rutten and Don Frye, as well as popular HDNet television personality Ron Kruck. This team of entertaining and dynamic personalities will ensure a first-rate experience for fans tuning into the Shark Fights Pay-Per-View broadcast on September 11.

According to Brent Medley, president of Shark Fight Promotions, “We have put together what we refer to as our ‘Commentating Dream Team’ to call the action during our September 11 Pay-Per-View event. It was extremely important to us to secure a credible commentating team that is not only knowledgeable, but also exciting and entertaining to watch. We feel we have accomplished that. We are confident that Bas Rutten and Don Frye will prove to be one of the best, and most entertaining, color commentating teams that the MMA community has ever experienced.”

Don Frye and Bas Rutten, known for their unpredictable humor and first hand knowledge of the sport, boast a laundry list of impressive career accolades that reach far beyond their legendary fight status. They are both popular and highly respected MMA personalities recognized worldwide. Now, for the first time ever, Rutten and Frye will be a part of the same color commentating team. MMA fans should expect the unexpected, and prepare to be thoroughly entertained.

Bas Rutten has been involved in the fight industry, in some capacity, for more than 20 years. He was the UFC Heavyweight Champion, a three time King of Pancrase, and finished his fight career on a twenty-two-fight win streak. He is also a well-recognized color commentator, accredited actor, television host, coach and entrepreneur. Millions have watched Rutten on television and in major motion pictures such as “Paul Blart: Mall Cop” and “Sinners & Saints”. Most recently, his voice can be heard in MGM’s live-action comedy, “The Zookeeper,” along with the voices of Adam Sandler, Cher, and Sylvester Stallone. Rutten is also a fitness advocate on the Cartoon Network and a popular host on HDNet’s “Inside MMA.” As a coach, he has trained celebrities and some of the top athletes in the world. He also has a popular line of self-defense, training, and fitness videos, and is the creator of one of the most effective mixed martial arts training tools on the market, the Body Action System.

Don Frye, also known as “The Predator,” is considered a pioneer in the sport of mixed martial arts. Along with his collegiate wrestling experience, Frye holds a second degree black belt in Judo, has a professional boxing record, and has fought for the most prestigious fight promotions in the world. Frye is best known for his success in Pride, K-1 and The Ultimate Fighting Championships, but has also added coach, writer, radio personality, color commentator and accredited actor to his long list of impressive accolades. Frye has made appearances on popular television shows such as: “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “Miami Vice,” “Law and Order: Criminal Intent” and “The Best Damn Sports Show Period.” He has starred in the major motion picture “Honor” and lent his voice for a children’s film, “The Ant Bully.” Frye’s most recent films include; Rob Schneider’s prison comedy “Big Stan,” “Public Enemies,” and “Salt” featuring Angelina Jolie.

Medley concluded with, “In addition to our dynamic color commentating duo, we took it one step further and engaged popular MMA reporter and television personality Ron Kruck to call the play-by-play action. We are extremely happy with the team that we put together and are confident that the fans will be to.”

Ron Kruck, also a well-respected personality within the industry, has covered practically every sport imaginable. Major sporting events he has covered beyond MMA include; the Stanley Cup playoffs, Major League Baseball playoffs, NBA playoffs, NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Olympic Trials and the Fiesta and Orange Bowls. Kruck has worked for Mark Cuban’s high-definition network, HDNet, since 2003 and is the lead reporter / news anchor for the popular program “Inside MMA” along with Bas Rutten and host Kenny Rice. Kruck also produces and hosts a weekly segment on the show titled “Kruck’s Korner,” which showcases unique people and stories from the MMA world. Kruck currently spends most of his time reporting from the ring of “HDNet Fights.” In addition to conducting pre- and post-fight interviews, Kruck is known for his informative and insightful play-by-play announcing.

Shark Fights MMA: Jardine vs. Prangley, will take place on Saturday, September 11 at the Amarillo Civic Center Coliseum. Doors open at 6:00pm CT. Fights start at 7:00 pm CT. PPV airs at 10:00pm ET. Tickets are on sale now! To purchase event tickets please go to www. Sharkfights.com, www.Panhandletickets.com, or visit any Panhandle ticket outlet.

Shark Fights MMA: Jardine vs. Prangley will be available live on Pay-Per-View on iN DEMAND, Bell TV and Viewers Choice Canada for just $29.99! Contact your cable provider for details. For additional information on Shark Fight Promotions, please visit www.sharkfights.com.

About Shark Fight Promotions:
Shark Fight Promotions, an innovative fight promotion company based out of Amarillo Texas, is dedicated to driving the growth of mixed martial arts through the production of high quality MMA events and by effectively showcasing MMA fighters. The organization takes pride in putting the fans and fighters first; therefore they strive to make each Shark Fight event more exciting than the last. Executives within the organization are committed to producing impressive fight cards with extremely competitive match-ups. They are also passionate about their philanthropic endeavors. Shark Fight Promotions stays involved in charity causes by partnering with, and contributing to, non-profit organizations in each city that hosts a Shark Fight Promotions event.