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PANCRASE Team Takes Gold, Silver, Bronze at State Grappling Championships


Denver, CO



Austin Yurko going for the choke      

Bo Yurko gets the takedown




Congratulations to the Pancrase USA / S.T.C. fighters who competed at the 3rd Colorado State Grappling Championships.  


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Austin Yurko

Gold Medallist

Teen Middle Weight State Champion

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Gina Clark

Silver Medallist

 Women's Absolute Vice-Champion 

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Bo Yurko

Silver Medallist

Men's Light Heavyweight Division

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Hanme Clark

Bronze Medallist

Men's Medium Heavyweight Division




LOCAL NEWS - Colorado MMA 

RMBB "Total Domination" - Results


Denver, CO


From Red and Jerry's in Denver, Colorado

1. Julian Gonzalez defeated Jesus Melindez by KO in rd 2
2. Brian Campos defeated Jesse Alfaro by choke in rd 2 
3. Jeremy Kimball defeated Adrian Perales by TKO in rd 1 

4. Anthony Alirez defeated Andy Lambert by rear choke in rd 1
5. Roy Elliot defeated Adrian Prospero by TKO in rd 3 
6. Dianna Riel defeated Aubrey Rawlings by armbar in rd 1 
7. Nick Macias defeated Bruce Ries by armbar in rd 2
8. Mickey Koontz defeated Alvino Montoya by submission from strikes in rd 1 
9. Bogie Ison defeated Sid Severs by choke in rd 2 
10. George Ashauer defeated Nico Garcia by armbar in rd 1
11. Ryan Martinez defeated Donnie Bell by TKO in rd 1
12. Brandon Inskeep defeated Joe Salley by armlock in rd 1 
13. Angelo Duarte defeated Chris Cisneros by split decision 







Denver, CO


From the Red Lion Inn in Denver, CO


1. Cobly Snyder defeated Jose Luis Murillo by KO at 2:28 of rd 2
2. Chris Dollbaum defeated Shaun Ogle by unanimous decision
3. Nathan Gates defeated Dominic Montoya by rear choke at 1:01of rd 2
4. Mike Van Houten defeated Sean McPeck by TKO from strikes at 2:23 of rd 2
5. Kevin Wirth defeated Andrew Watts by TKO at 1:34 of rd 2
6. Ben Bradley defeated Manuel Miera by TKO at 1:53 of rd 3
7. Byron Sowell defeated Josh Childress by TKO at 2:03 of rd 2
8. John Zahn defeated John McDermott by rear choke at :52 of rd 1
9. Troy Mumme defeated Kevin Silva by TKO at 1:43 of rd 2
10. Josh Kissell defeated Jose Marin by armbar at 2:34 of rd 2
11. Brandon Goshorn defeated Jeremy Dittmer by TKO at 3:00 of rd 2




BJJ Black Belt, Pancrase Grappling Champ and MMA Fighter Andy Wang on Carson's Corner!
Denver, CO

Joining us today on Carson's Corner is noted fighter Andy Wang, fresh off a big win and getting ready for perhaps the most important fight of his career to date. Bob sat down with Andy and learned what he's been up to since his days as a contestant on season five of The Ultimate Fighter.

Tune in to hear Andy Wang revisit his stint on the show and some of the issues which arose from it: refusing to take fights to the ground, being kicked off BJ Penn's team, and his emotional breakdown after being defeated. Andy also very candidly discusses the way fans reacted to his brawling style, including his thoughts on the phrase "Stand and Wang" being used to describe groundfighters who try to strike instead of using their submission skills.

There's more to Andy than his appearance on TUF, though, and he looks to move forward and continue his winning ways with an upcoming battle against skilled thaiboxer Kit Cope in the "WarGods" promotion. Will Andy promise to try and take Kit to the ground? Click the link below to find out!

After the interview, Bob analyzes the latest hijinks from around the world of MMA and combat sports, including Don Frye's latest victory, Jose Canseco fighting the Techno Goliath Hong-Man Choi and a shoutout to fans from the UK. Don't miss it!

To listen to the show, click here:



“PANCRASE Official On-line English Shop” has been launched!


Denver, CO

Tokyo, Japan - Pancrase is pleased to announce that Official On-line English Shop has been launched dated on Friday, April 24th 2009. 

Our site name is PANCRASE Official MMA Store as follows;

Our store in Japan have clothing and some more items of such as Yuki Kondo=worldwide well-know fighter, Satoru Kitaoka=defeated Sengoku Light weight champion against Takanori Gomi and many more Pancrase fighters. Our sales are over 5,000 units a month for each T-shirts in Japan. Especially, original PANCRASE Logo T-shirts sales are Mega hit sales in past 15 years.

We hope you like our online shop and please introduce our shop to your friends, relatives, colleagues, and schoolmate as well. 

Thank you and best regards, PANCRASE Official MMA Store 






Denver, CO


From the Centre Bell in Montreal, Canada. 


Main Card Bouts:
1. Anderson Silva defeated Thales Leites by unanimous decision
2. Sam Stout defeated Matt Wiman by unanimous decision 
3. Mauricio "Shogun" Rua defeated Chuck Liddell by TKO from strikes at 4:28 of rd 1
4. Krzysztof Soszynski defeated Brian Stann by armlock at 3:53 of rd 1
5. Cheick Kongo defeated Antoni Hardonk by TKO from strikes at 2:29 of rd 2
6. Luiz Cane defeated Steve Cantwell by unanimous decision 

Preliminary Bouts:

7. Denis Kang defeated Xavier Fouka-Pokum by unanimous decision 
8. Nate Quarry defeated Jason MacDonald by TKO from strikes at 2:27 of rd 1
9. Ed Herman defeated David Loiseau by unanimous decision 
10. Mark Bocek defeated David Bielkheden by rear choke at 4:57of rd 1
11. T.J. Grant defeated Ryo Chonan by split decision 
Eliot Marshall defeated Vinny Magalhaes by unanimous decision 





RING OF FIRE: "Judgement Day" - Results


Broomfield, CO


1. *John Powers defeated Joe Guiterrez by decision


2. Charles Johnson defeated Zach Valdez by unanimous decision 


3. Josiah Callis defeated Denis Acuna by triangle choke at 2:20 of rd 2


4. Chris Williamson defeated Bryan Linzmeyer by TKO from strikes at 1:27 of rd 2


5. Cody Frederickson defeated Chandler Holderness by TKO from strikes at 1:51 of rd 3


6. Kenneth Seegrist defeated Ed Banks by tapout due to strikes at 1:19 of rd 1


7. Josh Arocho defeated Luke Caudillo by rear choke at 3:27 of rd 1


8. Fabian Acuna defeated James Martin by arm lock at 1:55 of rd 1 


9. Brandon Schaub defeated Bojan Spalevic by TKO from strikes at :52 of rd 1


10. Tyler Toner defeated David Fuentes by TKO at 3:35 of rd 1


11. Main event:  Mike Nickels defeated James Funny armbar at 1:13 of rd 1 


*Pancrase USA




RING OF FIRE - Robinson-Morrison fight scrapped


Broomfield, CO


KID Robinson is out of the Main event match with Anthony Morrison due to a broken arm.

Robinson suffered a broken arm training with former ROF Champion Christian Allen. Allen kicked Robinson in the arm during a recent sparring session. Robinson blocked the kick with his forearm. Robinson felt immediate pain but thought it was just a "good shot". 

The pain increased over the weekend, and prompted Robinson to go see his Doctor this week. The Doctor confirmed his worst fears, that he had broken his arm. 

"First off I want to say sorry to Anthony because I know he had trained his butt off for this fight. I had the best training camp of my life for this fight. Training with Trevor Wittman and the team out of T'sko has turned me into a different fighter. I have never had this kind of training or a team of guys that have helped me like this before. Royce Gracie even flew in for a couple of days to help me. Ultimately I am very disappointed and heartbroken that I am unable to fight April 11th in my hometown. Colorado has some of the best and most loyal fans I have ever fought in front of. I want to thank everyone has continued to support me through all the good and bad times I have gone through in my career. All I can say is this journey isn't over, its only beginning. I will be back and better then ever. I also want to thank Sven Bean, Trevor Wittman, Leister Bowling, Griff, Amal Easton and everyone who helped me train for this fight." 

The promotion could not secure a qualified opponent for Morrison, so the bout was scratched.

The Mike Nickels - James Funny fight at Light Heavy Weight will now be the main event.




UFC - Ultimate Fight Night Results


Denver, CO


From Nashville, Tennessee.

Main Fight Card:

1. Martin Kampmann defeated Carlos Condit by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
2. Ryan Bader defeated Carmelo Marrero by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
3. Tyson Griffin defeated Rafael dos Anjos by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
4. Cole Miller defeated Junie Browning by guillotine choke at 1:58 of rd 1

Preliminary Bouts:

5. Gleison Tibau defeated Jeremy Stephens by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
6. Ricardo Almeida defeated Matt Horwich by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
7. Brock Larson defeated Jesse Sanders by rear choke at 2:01of rd 1
8. Tim Credeur defeated Nick Catone by guillotine choke at 3:45 of rd 2
9. Jorge Rivera defeated Nissen Osterneck by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28
10. Rob Kimmons defeated Joe Vedepo by guillotine choke at 1:54 of rd 1
11. Aaron Simpson defeated Tim McKenzie by TKO from strikes at 1:40 of rd 1


UFN 18 Bonuses and Awards:
Fight of the Night: Tyson Griffin vs. Rafael dos Anjos ($30,000)
Submission of the Night: Rob Kimmons  ($30,000)
Knockout of the Night: Aaron Simpson  ($30,000)




BELLATOR FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIPS -  ‘Night of Heavyweights’ April 24 in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Denver, CO

From Bellator Fighting Championships: 


‘The Night of Heavyweights’ to Feature Thrilling Competition on April 24 

Los Angeles, Calif. – March 28, 2009 – Bellator Fighting Championships announced today that Bellator IV, the fourth event of the highly anticipated 12-week tournament series airing on ESPN Deportes, will be held in Colorado Springs, Colorado on April 24, 2009. The event will take place at the World Arena in Colorado Springs, which rests just south of Denver in the shadow of the neighboring Rocky Mountains, a natural metaphor for Bellator’s combined feature events, “A Night of Heavyweights & the Semi-Final Round of the World Championship Lightweight Tournament.” 

The commanding roster of heavyweight fighters will anchor an action filled evening of competition featuring some of the best fighters this weight class has to offer. This Bellator special event will also feature a Lightweight semi-final tournament match-up, with the resulting winner advancing as a finalist for Bellator’s $175,000 Lightweight World Championship Fight. 

“The fight card is packed with great Heavyweight match-ups and what promises to be a compelling Lightweight World Championship tournament Semi-Final,” said Bellator Fighting Championships CEO Bjorn Rebney. “Colorado MMA fans and our worldwide television audience should expect to see a night of powerful strikes, tactical submissions and crowd pleasing knockouts.”

Bellator IV will feature a collection of highly-competitive, action-packed Heavyweight bouts, a World Championship Semi-Final as well as a collection of spectacular special feature fights. The evening will also feature a bout between two top form female fighters, Molly Helsel versus Angela Hayes. The non-tournament Heavyweight bouts on show are detailed below:

Non-Tournament Bouts:
Heavyweight – Dave Herman (13-1) vs. Josh Barnes (5-1)
Heavyweight – Rauol Romero (3-1) vs. Dave Evensen (10-4)
Heavyweight – Eddie Sanchez (11-3) vs. Jay White (4-5)
Heavyweight – Tyler East (pro debut)) vs. Amedio Viola (0-1)
Heavyweight – Joey Beltran (5-2) vs. Sherman Pendergarst (11-12)
130 lbs. – Molly Helsel (7-7) vs. Angela Hayes (1-5)

Special Lightweight World Championship Semi-Final Tournament Match-Up Based on the outcome of Bellator I, II & III

Bellator Fighting Championships’ premiere season consists of 12 two-hour events to be broadcast weekly in primetime on Saturday nights. The nationally televised events will feature a combination of tournament and non-tournament special feature bouts. There will be four simultaneous tournaments taking place in season #1 over a three month period: one in each of the Featherweight (145 lb.), Lightweight (155 lb.), Welterweight (170 lb.) and Middleweight (185 lb.) divisions.

Tickets will go on sale at 12:00 pm MT Friday, March 27, 2009 and can be purchased at the ­­World Arena box office and through TicketsWest. 

About Bellator Fighting Championships
Bellator Fighting Championships is a Mixed Martial Arts promotional company with offices in Los Angeles and Chicago. Bellator’s founders, Bjorn Rebney and Brad Epstein, are experienced fighting sports and entertainment professionals with a deep commitment to the purity and integrity of the sport of MMA and its athletes. Bellator Fighting Championships’ executive team is comprised of top industry professionals in the areas of live event production (including Rob Beiner, winner of 12 Emmy awards for sports programming), fighter relations, venue procurement, sponsorship creation/development, international licensing, marketing, advertising, publicity and commission relations. 




UFC FIGHT NIGHT - Fight Card Announced

3-27-2009, Denver, CO

Event Date: April 1, 2009, Venue Doors Open: 3:15 pm CT, First bout: 4 pm CT, Live on television: 7pm CT - 8pm ET/PT 

Venue: Sommet Center, Nashville, Tennessee 


Main Card Bouts:
Carlos Condit vs. Martin Kampmann 
2. Ryan Bader vs. Carmelo Marrero 
3. Rafael dos Anjos vs. Tyson Griffin 
4. Junie Browning vs. Cole Miller 

Preliminary Bouts:
5. Nissen Osterneck vs. Jorge Rivera 
6. Rob Kimmons vs. Joe Vedepo 
7. Tim McKenzie vs. Aaron Simpson 
8. Ryan Jensen vs. Steve Steinbeiss 
9. Jeremy Stephens vs. Gleison Tibau 
10. Ricardo Almeida vs. Matt Horwich 
11. Brock Larson vs. Jesse Sanders 
12. Nick Catone vs. Tim Credeur 






Broomfield, CO

TAPOUT, KBPI 106.7 and TRAINING DAY present: 

RING OF FIRE 34: JUDGMENT DAY!!. The 13 bout MMA event will take place on Saturday, April 11th,2009 at the Broomfield Event Center in Broomfield, Colorado.

In the main event bout of the evening, UFC veteran Alvin KID Robinson returns to Colorado for the first time in two years. 
A four time UFC veteran, Robinson is known as one of the slickest ground fighters in the sport. His biggest career victory came when he defeated Jorge Gurgel at UFC 77 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Robinson holds the rank of Black Belt under the legendary Royce Gracie and is also a former All American wrestler. He won and defended the ROF Light Weight Championship three times. Robinson was sidelined during training for ROF 33, but is now injury free and ready to get back in the cage.

"On April 11th I make my return to 145lbs division. The 145lbs division is stacked and I can't wait to fight the best."

"Its honor to be fighting on Ring of Fire again, the show that started my career. I also can't wait to fight in front of my hometown crowd here in Colorado. The fans here are very loyal and supportive and I plan on putting on a great fight for them. I have big plans for 2009 and they all start at Ring Of Fire 34. I feel great! I'm 100% healthy and ready to go."

Robinson's opponent, Anthony Morrison was raised in the rough streets of Philadelphia, PA. Morrison has literally fought for a better way of life. He is a powerful fighter that started his career training out of his grandmother's basement, literally. Morrison has been training with Team Combat for the past year (the camp that brought up Amir Sadollah) to improve his game. Anthony is moving down from 155lbs to 145lbs. He feels at that weight, he will be a handful for any opponent.

"Alvin is tough opponent and I'm stepping into his back yard for this fight... I like being the underdog and I think the pressure is on him. This fight means a lot to me and I have faced tough opponents like Alvin before. I am going to prove to myself and everyone that I belong here. I don't think Alvin will want to stand with me so I'm obviously gonna try keep him where he is not comfortable. If it stays on the feet I will KO him. If it goes to the ground I'm looking to pound him out. I am very excited to fight with Ring Of Fire! Some of the best fighters in the country have come up through this promotion..and to the ROF fans ..I wont disappoint!!.

In the main feature bout of the evening UFC veteran BIG Mike Nickels returns to the cage. 
Nickels is a BJJ stylist with a 6-2 record and was featured on season 3 of Spike TV's Ultimate Fighter. BIG Mike was last seen in action at ROF 32, where he displayed text book technique in finishing Serbian boxer Vladimir Vuckovic early in the first round.

At ROF 34, Nickels will face the top up and coming light heavyweight in the region, James Funny. Funny has a very impressive 10-2 MMA record. He is known for both his KO power as well as brute strength on the mat. Funny is looking for a win over the UFC vet to launch his career.

The undercard is stacked as UFC vet Luke LIL HULK Caudillo returns to action against Army Combatives instructor Josh Arocho. The 145 lb Young Guns belt will be on the line as Tyler THUNDER Toner takes on the 4-2 Dee Jay Fuentes of Matt Hughes HIT Squad camp. Fabian The FREAK Acuna makes his long awaited return as he squares up against K-1 and Contender Asia star James Martinez.. Undefeated Heavyweight and Golden Gloves Champion Brendan Schaub looks to go 5-0, but standing in his way is Montengro MMA Champion Bojan Spalevic. In a battle of brawlers fan favorite Kenneth Seegrist will clash with Ed Banks to open the main card portion of the evening.

There will be six preliminary matches starting at 6:30, highlighted by Cody Frederickson of Jackson's MMA taking on Easton BJJ's Chandler Holderness. The remaining bouts feature some of the most promising young fighters on the circuit.







Broomfield, CO


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Chavez award recipient Lumumba Sayers


The big winner at this year's event continues to be Denver Colorado's Grappler's Edge Academy.  Headed by coach Sheldon Marr, the

G.E. team took home twelve gold medals, the men and women's absolute titles, and a eighth national team title. 


Making an impressive showing for second in the team standings was the FusBoxe Academy. Special mention goes to High Altitude Martial Arts and the Trybz club of Ft. Collins.


Thanks to all the fighters and staff who made this another great event with some of the best submission grappling matches ever!


For complete results and photos go to the tournament results page.






Broomfield, CO


“King of Combat Sports” returns to Broomfield, Colorado on March 14th

Denver/Broomfield, Colorado, March 10, 2009 – It's that time again. On March 14th, the world’s best combat grapplers travel to Colorado to test themselves in the ultimate submission fighting challenge. 

Now in it’s ninth year, the Pancrase USA sanctioned tournament has matured into a world renowned event. Last year nearly 400 fighters from ten countries and thousands of spectators took part in our World Championship series. This year promises to be even bigger and better.

New for 2009 is a team award named in honor of Pancrase President Masami Ozaki. The tournament’s top scoring team takes home this prestigious national championship trophy.

Also new are special “King and Queen of Combat Grappling” awards for the absolute division national champions.

Fans and competitors alike can look forward to a day of world-class submission grappling from experts in the world's oldest martial art. Discover why mixed martial arts and submission fighting have rapidly become the nation's fastest growing and most popular new combat sport.

As always, the Pancrase World Championship is held in conjunction with the 18th Old Timers Wrestling Tourney (collegiate style). Both tournaments run simultaneously and at the same location. Competitors and spectators may participate in both events. 

Competition begins at 9:00 AM, Saturday, March 14th, at the Broomfield High School, 1 Eagle Way, Broomfield, Colorado, 80020. The venue is located within minutes of downtown Denver and the international airport. The metro area offers a full range of accommodations and amenities for out of town visitors. 

* 29 National Championship Divisions: Team, men and women's beginner, intermediate, advanced and absolute.
* Free Pancrase tournament t-shirts for competitors.
* National Championship Team Award.
* King & Queen of Combat Grappling Trophies for the world’s best male and female submission fighter.
* Division awards 1st through 4th place.
* Master of Ceremonies - "Brother from Another” Al Pallone.
* Held in Conjunction with the "18th Annual Old Timers Wrestling Tourney
* Low-cost advertiser/sponsor tables and other opportunities are still available. 




UFC 96 - Results


Denver, CO


From the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.


Main Card Bouts:
1. Quinton Jackson defeated Keith Jardine by unanimous decision
Shane Carwin defeated Gabriel Gonzaga by KO at 1:09 of rd 1
3. Matt Brown defeated Pete Sell by TKO from punches at 1:32 of rd 1
4. Matt Hamill defeated Mark Munoz by KO at 3:53 of rd 1
5. Gray Maynard defeated Jim Miller by unanimous decision

Preliminary Bouts:
6. Tamdan McCrory defeated Ryan Madigan by TKO from strikes at 3:35, R1
7. Kendall Grove defeated Jason Day by TKO from strikes at 1:32 of rd 1
8. Jason Brilz defeated Tim Boetsch by unanimous decision 
9. Brandon Vera defeated Mike Patt by TKO fromleg kicks at 1:27 of rd 2
10. Shane Nelson defeated Aaron Riley by TKO from strikes at:44 seconds of rd 1





KICK DOWN 61 - Retaliation

3-03-2009, Denver, CO

Event date: March 6, 2009

Venue: Red Lion Inn, Denver, Colorado

On Friday March 6, 2009 the Kick Down MMA promotion returns to Denver, Colorado and the Red Lion Hotel. Louise Johnson will face Leslie Smith in the main event for the first ever Kick Down Women's MMA title. Chuck Norris World Combat League veteran Jack Johnson will face Santana Martinez when he returns to the Kick Down to compete in mixed martial arts. Chris Dollbaum will make his first title defense as the Light Heavyweight champion when he faces the challenger Chris Holland. Fighters from Colorado, New York, California will make up the 10 bout fight card which will features mixed martial arts match ups in nearly every available weight class and as mentioned 2 titles on the line. It all starts at 8PM M.S.T.....10PM E.S.T. and all you do is go to . Best of all it's just $9.99!

Fight Card:

1. Main Event - Kick Down Women's MMA Title: Louise Johnson vs Leslie Smith 

2. Jack Johnson vs Santana Martinez

3. Kick Down Light Heavyweight MMA Title: Chris Dollbaum vs Chris Holland

4. Mike Van Houten vs Kevin Silva

5. Shane Johnson vs Mike Toland

6. Tyson Reeves vs Tyrone Wright

7. Brandon Goshhorn vs Alajuan Rogers

8. Ben Bradley vs Byron Sowell

9. Robert Sargent vs Gabe Gonzales

10. Justin Hueske vs Adam Johnsen

Tickets available by calling 720-422-5154 or 303-692-4865. Available at the door at NO extra charge
Front Row $45.00, 2nd Row $35.00 , 3rd Row $30.00, 4th Row $30.00, General Admission $25.00.



UFC Fight Night 18 - Fight Card Released

2-26-2009, Denver, CO
Event date: Wednesday, April 1
Venue: Sommet Center, Nashville, Tenn.

Carlos Condit vs. Martin Kampmann 
2. Efrain Escudero vs. Jeremy Stephens 
3. Ryan Bader vs. Carmelo Marrero 
4. Cole Miller vs. Junie Allen Browning 
5. Tyson Griffin vs. Rafael dos Anjos 
6. Ricardo Almeida vs. Matt Horwich 
7. Brock Larson vs. Jesse Sanders 
8. Jorge Rivera vs. Nissen Osterneck 
9. Rob Kimmons vs. Joe Vedepo 
10. Tim McKenzie vs. Aaron Simpson 
11. Steve Steinbeiss vs. Ryan Jensen




UFC 95 - Tonight on Spike TV

2-21-2009, Denver, CO

Event date: Feb 21, 2009, 9pm ET/PT on Spike TV 

Venue: O2 Arena, London England


Main Card (Spike TV)
1. Diego Sanchez (156) vs. Joe Stevenson (155) 
2. Rory Markham (170) vs. Dan Hardy (170) 
3. Wilson Gouveia (185) vs.
Nate Marquardt (185) 
4. Chael Sonnen (185) vs. Demian Maia (184) 
6. Paulo Thiago (169) vs. Josh Koscheck (170) 

Preliminary Bouts: 
7. Brian Cobb (155) vs. Terry Etim (156) 
8. Stefan Struve (240) vs. Junior Dos Santos (237) 
9. Mike Ciesnolevicz (235) vs. Neil Grove (263) 
10. Evan Dunham (154) vs. Per Eklund (155)
11. Troy Mandaloniz (168) vs. Paul Kelly (169)





2-16-2009, Denver, CO

Event date: Feb-21-2009, 9pm ET/PT on Spike TV 

Venue:  O2 Arena, London 


The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to London’s O2 Arena on Saturday, February 21st, and in the UFC 95 main event, it will be one of the most intriguing bouts of the New Year as exciting welterweight contender Diego “Nightmare” Sanchez makes his lightweight debut against former world title challenger Joe “Daddy” Stevenson. UK fans will also be treated to an all-star cast of the UFC’s finest international talent in pivotal bouts that can’t be missed.

Main Fight Card: 
1. Joe Stevenson Vs. Diego Sanchez 
2. Dan Hardy Vs. Rory Markham 
Nate Marquardt Vs. Wilson Gouveia 
4. Demian Maia Vs. Chael Sonnen 
5. Josh Koscheck Vs. Paulo Thiago 

  Preliminary Bouts:

6. Terry Etim Vs. Brian Cobb 
7. Junior Dos Santos Vs. Stefan Struve 
8. Mike Ciesnolevicz Vs. Neil Grove 
9. Per Eklund Vs. Evan Dunham 
10. Paul Kelly Vs. Troy Mandaloniz 




PANCRASE - Belt Rank Promotion Announcement


Broomfield, CO


Instructor James Wright and Jarrod Card (right)    

Nathan Cary and instructor Billy Hendricks


Pancrase USA is pleased to announce the following promotions to the rank of Blue Belt of Pancrase Mixed Martial Arts.


Mr. Jarrod Card (Pancrase North Carolina), effective January 19, 2009.


Mr. Nathan Cary (Pancrase USA, Broomfield, CO.) effective January 29, 2009.





KICK DOWN 59: Clash - Results


Denver, CO


From the Red Lion Inn in Denver, Colorado.

1. Colby Snyder defeated Nick Mozes by KO in rd 1 

2. Brenton Swanson defeated Travis Linsacum by rear choke in rd 1 

3. Nick Medina defeated Matt Vigil by rear choke in rd 1  

4. Mark Gettler defeated Chris Saucedo by rear choke in rd 1 

5. Chris Dollbaum defeated Shaun Ogle by TKO in rd 1 

6. Troy Mumme defeated Byron Sowell by choke in rd 1 

7. Luke Rutz defeated Mike Camp by triangle choke in rd 2    

8. Cody Combee defeated Ali Hanjani by unanimous decision

9. Mike Van Houten defeated Joel Harris by TKO due to strikes in rd 2 

10. Shane Johnson defeated Dallas Meadows by TKO in rd 1 

11. Cameron Thurgood defeated Ender Chadwick by triangle choke in rd 3





Kick Down 59: "CLASH" - Saturday in Denver

1-23-2008, Denver CO

Event date: Saturday January 24, 2009. Doors open at 6:30P.M. first bout at 7:30P.M.
Venue: Red Lion Hotel, Denver, Colorado 


The 59th installment of the Kick Down will take place at the Red Lion Hotel located at I-70 and Quebec in Denver, Colorado. The 11 fight card will feature 5 title bouts to begin the new year in Colorado. The action starts at 7:30PM and doors open at 6:30PM. Tickets are just $25.00 and $2 off for military with ID.

Fight Card: 

1. MAIN EVENT - Kick Down Professional Lightweight MMA Title: 
Colby Snyder (6-2) vs  Nick Mozes (6-3)

2. Kick Down Jr. LW MMA Title:
Brenton Swanson (5-2) vs. Travis Linsacum (4-0)

3. Kick Down Featherweight MMA Title: 
Nick Medina (4-1) vs. Matt Vigil (7-2)

4. Kick Down Welterweight MMA Title: 
Mark Gettler (5-3) vs. Chris Saucedo (6-4)

5. Kick Down LHW MMA Title: 

Chris Dollbaum (2-0) vs. Shaun Ogle (6-2)

6. Byron Sowell vs. Troy Mumme

7. Luke Rutz vs. Mike Camp

8. Ali Hanjani (2-2) vs. Cody Combee (3-3)

9. Joel Harris vs. Mike Van Houten

10. Dallas Meadows vs. Shane Johnson (1-0)

11. Ender Chadwick vs. TBD

Call 720-422-5154 or 303-692-4865 for tickets and information. 

General Admission is just $25.00……….tickets always available at the door.
Front Row $50.00, 2nd Row $35.00, 3rd Row & 4th Row $30.00




UFC 93 - Results


Denver, CO

From the 02 Arena in Dublin, Ireland


Main Card Bouts:
1. Dan Henderson defeated Rich Franklin by split decision
2. Mauricio "Shogun" Rua defeated Mark Coleman by TKO from strikes at 4.36 of rd 3
3. Rousimar Palhares defeated Jeremy Horn by unanimous decision
4. Alan Belcher defeated Denis Kang by guillotine choke at 4:36 of rd 2
5. Marcus Davis defeated
Chris Lytle Split by decision

Preliminary Bouts:
6. John Hathaway defeated Tom Egan by TKO  from strikes at 4:36 of rd 1
7. Martin Kampmann defeated Alexandre Barros TKO from  strikes at 3:09 of rd 2
8. Eric Schafer defeated Antonio Mendes by TKO from strikes at 3:35 of rd 1
9. Thomasz Drwal defeated Ivan Serati by KO at 2:02 of rd 1
10. Denis Siver defeated Nate Mohr by TKO from strikes at 3:47 of rd 3




UFC 93: FRANKLIN vs HENDERSON - Final Fight Card

1-13-2009, Denver, CO

Event date: Jan 17, 2009, 8:00 PM GMT

Venue: 02 Arena in Dublin, Ireland

In the light heavyweight main event, former two-division world champion Dan Henderson will collide with former UFC middleweight king Rich Franklin in three-round war which will set the tone for the 205lbs division in 2009.

Then, 2005 PRIDE® Grand Prix Champion Mauricio “Shogun” Rua returns to the Octagon™ to throw down with UFC Hall of Famer Mark Coleman in a rematch MMA fans thought they would never see. The pair last met in Japan in 2006, with the legendary Coleman pulling off a stunning upset by breaking Rua’s arm in the first round.

Main Card Bouts:

1. Rich Franklin vs. Dan Henderson 
2. Mark Coleman vs. Mauricio Rua 
3. Alan Belcher vs. Denis Kang 
4. Jeremy Horn vs. Rousimar Palhares 
5. Marcus Davis vs.
Chris Lytle 


Preliminary Bouts:
6. Martin Kampmann vs. Alexandre Barros 
7. Eric Schafer vs. Antonio Mendes 
8. Tomasz Drwal vs. Ivan Serati 
9. Tom Egan vs. John Hathaway

10. Dennis Siver vs. Nate Mohr 




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RING OF FIRE 33 - Results


Broomfield, CO


From the Broomfield Event Center in Broomfield, Colorado.

1. Noah Thomas defeated Justin Robbins by guillotine choke at 1:29 of rd 1
2. Cat Albert defeated Angela Samaro by choke at 3:40 of rd 2
3. Brandon Thatch defeated Mike Arrant by KO at 0:18 of rd 1
4. Jamie Schmidt vs. Tyler Toner was judged a no contest
5. Andrew Chappelle defeated Justin Salas by triangle choke at 2:06 of rd 1
6. Brendan Schaub defeated Alex Rozman by TKO at 1:23 of rd 1
7. Joe Kelso defeated Brian Wood by TKO from strikes at 3:07 of rd 2
8. Cody Frederickson defeated Ramico Blackmon by rear choke at 2:35 of rd 2
9. Chris Holland defeated Chris Williamson by TKO from strikes at 2:59 of rd 2
10. Matt Simms defeated Dan Craft by choke at 0:47 of rd 1
11. JJ Mondragon defeated Hector Salliant by TKO from strikes at 0:15 of rd 1
12. Ken Kreuscher defeated Brian Marneck by TKO from strikes at 2:28 of rd 2




RING OF FIRE 33 - UFC Vet. Alvin Robinson Out!

1-9-2008, Denver, CO

Event date: 1-10-2009

Venue: Broomfield Event Center, Broomfield, CO



Former UFC fighter Alvin "KID" Robinson has pulled out of his previously announced main event bout against Keith Bach due to an apparent injury.

The new main event is Noah Thomas vs. Justin Robbins.


Fight Card:

1. Main Event: Noah Thomas vs. Justin Robbins
2. Brandon Thatch vs. Mike Arrant
3. Cat Albert vs. Angela Samaro 
4. Tyler Toner vs. Jamie Schmidt
5. Justin Salas vs. Mike Maestas
6. Brendan Schaub vs. Alex Rozman
7. Brian Wood vs. Joe Kelso
8. Sam Rauch vs. Mike Riggs
9. Ken Kreuscher vs. TBA
10. Ramico Blackmon vs. Cody Frederickson
11. Chris Williamson vs. Chris Holland
12. Matt Simms vs. Dan Craft
13. JJ Mondragon vs Frank Baca






1-6-2009, Denver, CO

Event date: Jan 17, 2009, 8:00 PM GMT

Venue: 02 Arena in Dublin, Ireland

Fight Card:

1. Rich Franklin Vs. Dan Henderson 
2. Mark Coleman Vs. Mauricio Rua 
3. Alan Belcher Vs. Denis Kang 
4. Jeremy Horn Vs. Rousimar Palhares 
5. Marcus Davis Vs.
Chris Lytle 
6. Martin Kampmann Vs. Alexandre Barros 
7. Eric Schafer Vs. Antonio Mendes 
8. Tomasz Drwal Vs. Ivan Serati 
9. Tom Egan Vs. John Hathaway







Broomfield, CO

Promoter Sven BOOGIE Bean is happy to announce the promotion's next installment RING OF FIRE 33: ADRENALINE!!. 

The 12 bout MMA event will take place on Saturday, January 10th,2009 at the Broomfield Event Center in Broomfield, Colorado.

In the main event bout of the evening, UFC veteran Alvin KID Robinson returns to Colorado for the first time in nearly two years. 
A four time UFC veteran, Robinson is known as one of the slickest ground fighters in the sport. He made his UFC debut against The Ultimate Fighter's Kenny Florian in July of 2007. His biggest career victory came when he defeated Jorge Gurgel at UFC 77 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Robinson holds the rank of Black Belt under the legendary Royce Gracie and is also a former All American wrestler. He won and defended the ROF Light Weight Championship three times and is now setting his sights on a career in the Feather Weight division.

"My natural walk around weight is in the high 150's low 160's. That was fine for a while but the guys in the weight class now are cutting from 180. Skill wise I was fine, but in MMA that's a lot of weight to give up. After my last fight we decided it was best to drop down to 145 and make a run for it there." said Robinson

"I have fought before at 145 and the cut wasn't a problem at all. There are so many top level guys at that weight that I feel I match up well with. Faber. Pulver. Brown. The division is so stacked. And with the WEC giving the guys a place to shine on TV, it's exciting. I can't wait to get back in the hunt."

But first Robinson has to get a win at ROF 33. No small task considering his opponent.

Keith Bach has an impressive 8-1 MMA record. He is also the current US Army Combative Flyweight Champion. Bach is a BJJ stylist and 5 of his 7 wins have come by way of submission. Out of those 5 wins only one fight has made it past the first round. Bach is a 2 time veteran of the "GI vs. PRO" MMA series produced by the Art Of War promotion. Being active duty military, Bach is a disciplined and well conditioned athlete. He has fought on big events in front of big crowds. He will not be intimidated by coming into Robinson's home town. Bach is excited at the chance to fight someone of Robinson's caliber. And like his opponent, he understands that a win at ROF 33 could very well lead to a shot a WEC greatness.

The fight card is stacked with talent from the top to bottom and will feature four title matches. ROF Bantam Weight Champion Joe Doherty will make his first title defense against Ultimate Fighter season 5 veteran Noah Thomas. 
Fan favorite and ROF Welterweight Young Gun Champion Brandon RUCKUS Thatch will defend his belt against Ultimate Combat veteran Mike Arrant of Salt Lake City, UT.

RING OF FIRE has long been a proponent of women's mma and that tradition continues with ROF 33. But this time there will be a title on the line. Number one ranked female fighter, Cat Albert will face California's Angela Samaro for the first ever ROF Womens Young Gun Championship. Albert is known as one of the toughest women fighters in the industry with only one blemish on her record. Albert's one loss is to Louise Johnson back in 2007. A point not missed by her opponent, as Samaro choked Johnson unconcious when the two met the same year

Other notable fighters will be veterans Tyler THUNDER Toner, Jamie Schmidt, Justin Salas, Brian Wood , and former professional football player Brendan Schaub.

There will be five preliminary matches starting at 6:30, featuring some of the most promising debut fighters to appear on the promotion. US National Freestyle Champion and 4X US Nat'l Freestyle All-American Ramico Blackmon will make his MMA debut at 170 lbs. Rocky Mountain Body Building Champion, Chris Williamson will enter the cage for the first time at 185 lbs. And at Heavyweight, Pita Tua, will finally make his debut. Fans will want to keep a close eye on this guy as he comes from fighting stock. Pita has both Heavyweight Boxer David Tua and K-1 fighter Mou "Mighty Mo" Siligia in his family tree.




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Greeley Garbage Man turned Promoter Stiffs H20man with Bad Check


Denver, CO



According to reports from Ron Waterman's management, first-time fight promoter Lee Saucedo, owner of Nuckles Inc., has failed to make good on a fight purse payment to Ron "H20man" Waterman for his November 29th, "Born To Be Bad" bout. In that fight Waterman, a former UFC and Pride veteran, defeated Mark "The Bear" Smith.


For more information about Nuckles Inc., go to the Colorado Boxing Commission website:

Related News: Waterman fights in northern Colorado -




PANCRASE - Brown Belt MMA Rank Promotion


Broomfield, CO


Sgt. Mendez (left) and Black Belt instructor Capt. Jerry Roeder


Effective November 22, 2008, Sergeant Brian Mendez was promoted to the rank of Brown Belt of Pancrase Mixed Martial Arts.  Congratulations!


Sergeant Brian Mendez, a Marine Sniper from Torrance, California has been a martial artist for most of his life. He is a Black Belt (instructor) in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program, an accomplished wrestler, has a Black Belt in Judo, has been a Purple Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for over three years, and has now been promoted to Brown Belt in Pancrase Martial Arts. 




Denver's Ludwig bests Edwards, talks future..

Denver, CO

Stepping in on short notice, Duane "Bang" Ludwig made the most of his opportunity by picking up a unanimous decision win over Yves Edwards in a catch weight fight.

Edwards got control early in the fight with a takedown while working to pass Ludwig's guard, and stayed there for the biggest part of the first round making his opponent work off his back.

The 2nd round saw Ludwig gain momentum with some good strikes that seem to put Edwards off balance, while he tried to take the fight back to the ground to avoid the strength of Ludwig's stand-up game.

When the final round began it looked as if Edwards was starting to wear out a bit as Ludwig became the aggressor eventually scoring a takedown of his own, going for strikes and starting to control the pace of the fight. When it was all over, Ludwig got the win, as Edwards seemed a bit despondent with the decision.

"It's not about me fighting people, I don't care about titles or fighting certain people, but I do need to find someone that wakes me up," Ludwig said after the win. "Yves Edwards scared me, he's a tough sucker, it woke me up."

When asked what's up next for him Ludwig replied "I don't really know, I'll leave that up to my manager. I'm going to take a little time off for Thanksgiving, gain some weight, and then get right back in the gym. This is my job. this is what I do to pay the bills so training is like going to work. I am lucky to be able to do what I love as a job."

"I don't really care who I fight next, as long as it is someone who motivates me. Someone who will get in my head and keep me focused and sharp. I wouldn't mind fighting again in Japan. We always have fun over there. But wherever, it doesn't matter. It is really who that matters more then where." Ludwig added.

"I want to thank my wife Jessica, my manager Boogie, and all my team mates for helping me get ready. I also had some really good support from sponsors on this fight which helped a lot. Sponsors are so important to us as fighters, really they are the ones that take care of us between the fights."

"I want to tell my fans thanks for the support as always. I hope I showed that I am still getting better and better with each fight, and that I don't plan on stopping anytime soon. A little turkey, some pumpkin pie, and then it's back to the gym. I hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving!"

"Oh yeah.. Christmas is coming, go buy some Duane Bang gear!"

For more info on Duane Ludwig visit




PANCRASE Warriors Establish Camp Ripper Dojo in Iraq


Denver, CO


Pancrase Black Belt Jerry Roeder


Marines grapple with Jiu-Jitsu and Pancrase MMA in deployed dojo.

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Denver's Bang Ludwig Victorious


Denver, CO


From the HP Pavilion in San Jose, California


1. Eric Lawson defeated Tony Johnson by rear choke at 1:28 of rd 1
2. Bobby Stack defeated Cyrillo Padilha by unanimous decision
3. Kurt Osiander defeated Josh Neal by TKO at 2:16 of rd 1
4. Brian Schwartz defeated Lemont Davis by KO at 2:22 of rd 3
5. Scott Smith defeated Terry Martin by KO at 0:24 of rd 1
6. Renato "Babalu" Sobral defeated Bobby Southworth by TKO due to doctor's stoppage at the end of rd 1
Duane "Bang Ludwig defeated Yves Edwards by unanimous decision
8. Kim Couture (Randy's wife) defeated Lina Kvokov by TKO at 1:44 of rd 1
9. Joe Riggs defeated Luke Stewart by TKO at 2:05 of rd 2
10. Luke Rockhold defeated Nik Theotikos by rear choke) at 3:06 of rd 1
11. Darren Uyenoyama defeated Brad Royster by unanimous decision
12. Alvin Cacdac defeated Jose Palacios by rear choke at 3:10 of rd 2
13. Zackary Bucia defeated Adam Steele by guillotine choke at 0:35 of rd 1




UFC 91 - Lesnar Takes Couture's Heavyweight Title.  


Denver, CO


From the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada 


Preliminary Bouts:
1. Matt Brown defeated Ryan Thomas by armbar at 0:57 of rd 2
2. Mark Bocek defeated
Alvin Robinson by choke at 3:16 of rd 3
3. Jeremy Stephens defeated Rafael dos Anjos by TKO 0:39 of rd 3
4. Aaron Riley defeated Jorge Gurgel by unanimous decision

Main Card Bouts:
5. Demian Maia defeated Nate Quarry by rear choke at 2:13 of rd 1
6. Gabriel Gonzaga defeated Josh Hendricks by TKO at 1:01 of rd 1
7. Dustin Hazelett defeated Tamdan McCrory by armlock at 3:59 of rd 1
8. Kenny Florian defeated Joe Stevenson by rear choke at 4:03 of rd 1
9. Brock Lesnar defeated Randy Couture by TKO at 3:07 of rd 2



Local News - Colorado MMA

N.M.E. ANNIHILATION Cage Fights - Results


Denver, CO

From the Colorado Springs City Auditorium for NME's 12th Annihilation Cage Fights.

1. Eric O'Hara defeated James Anderson by triangle choke in rd 2
2. Donnie Bell defeated Julian Mascaranas by unanimous decision
3. Ricky Darrington defeated Dustin Shrewsbury by KO in rd 3 
4. Sebastian White defeated def Adam Perea by unanimous decision
5. Robert Sargent defeated Lloyd Hansell by KO in rd 1
6. Livingston Timsuren defeated Adam Cordova by choke in rd 2 
7. T. J. Mall defeated Mark Padilla by armlock in rd 1 
8. Louis Lloyd defeated Shawn Martin by KO in rd 1 
9. Jose Luis Murillo defeated Chris Cisneros by unanimous decision
10. James Funny defeated Derek Meyer by unanimous decision




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ANNIHILATION MMA Cage Fights - Tonight in Colorado Springs

11-14-2008, Denver, CO

Event date: November 14th, 2008 
Venue: Colorado Springs City Auditorium, 221 E. Kiowa (Down Town Colorado Springs, Colorado) 

Fight Card: 

1. James Funny vs. Derek Meyer 
2. Jose Luis Murillo vs. Chris Cisneros 
3. Louis Loydd vs. Shawn Martin 
4. Mark Padillo vs. T.J.Mall 
5. Livingston Timsuren vs. Adam Cordova 
6. Robert Sargent vs. LLoyd Hansel 
7. Sebastion White vs. Adam Perea 
8. Ricky Derrington vs. Dustin Schrewsbury 
9. Donnie Bell vs. Julian Mascaranas 
10. Eric O'Hara vs. James Anderson 

For V.I.P Table and Ticket Information Call (719) 660-3234 




PANCRASE - World Fighter Rankings


Tokyo, Japan


Official Pancrase fighter rankings as of November 4, 2008.

King of Pancrase - Josh Barnett (Freelance)

King of Pancrase - Vacant

Light Heavyweight:
Lt. Heavyweight King of Pancrase - Ryo Kawamura (Pancraseism) 
1. Keiichiro Yamamiya (Grabaka)
2. Tatsuya Mizuno (U-File Camp)

Middleweight King of Pancrase - Izuru Takeuchi (SK Absolute) 
Tentative K.O.P - Yuki Kondo (Pancraseism) 
1. Yuichi Nakanishi (Freelance)
2. Gadzhiev Alavutdin (SK Absolute Russia)
3. Ichiro Kanai (Pancraseism)

Interim Welterweight King of Pancrase - Takuya Wada (SK Absolute)
1. Jason Palacios (Team Yasuda)
2. Masahiro Toryu (Pancraseism)
3. Tomoyoshi Iwamiya (Takada Dojo)
4. Hiroyuki Nozawa (Stand)

Lightweight King of Pancrase - vacant

1. Katsuya Inoue (Wajutsu Keishukai RJW)
2. Koji Oishi (Pancrase ism)
3. Artur Umakhanov (SK Absolute Russia) 
4. Yukio Sakaguchi (Sakaguchi Dojo)
5. Yuichi Ikari (P's Lab Tokyo)

Featherweight King of Pancrase - Marlon Sandro (Nova Uniao)
1. DJ. Taiki (Freelance)
2. J Taro Takita (Wajutsu Keishukai Tokyo Hombu)
3. Kenji Arai (Pancraseism)

Bantamweight King of Pancrase - vacant
1. Seiya Kawahara (P's Lab Yokohama)
2. Tatsuya So (Toushin MMA)
3. Manabu Inoue (UWF Snakepit Japan)

Flyweight King of Pancrase - vacant
1. Mitsuhisa Sunabe (P's REAL)
2. Takuya Eizumi (MMA Dojo Bumonkai)




PANCRASE - Belt Rank Promotion


Pancrase Institute for Advanced Martial Studies

8 Garden Center, Broomfield, CO


John Powers and instructor Billy Hendricks


Mr. John Powers of Broomfield, Colorado was promoted to the rank of Blue Belt of Mixed Martial Arts, effective November 3, 2008.






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Denver, Colorado

From the Red Lion Inn in Denver, Colorado.

1. Anthony Werner defeated Logan Petro by triangle choke in rd 1
2. Matt Vigil defeated Richard Large by rear choke in rd 1
3. Apostle Spencer defeated Garth Heth by rear choke in rd 3 
4. Lannon Quintana defeated Mitch Schoenwolf by choke in rd 3
5. Pete Hicks defeated Cody Combee by unanimous decision 
6. Nick Macias defeated Nick Medina by split decision
7. Brenton Swanson defeated Alex Whipple by rear choke in rd 2
8. Frank Morris defeated Cameron Thurgood by armbar in rd 1
9. Chris Saucedo defeated Gregg Shipporeit by TKO from strikes in rd 2
10. Bryant Craven defeated Sebastian Puente by triangle choke in rd 1
11. Nick Honstein defeated Brett Roller by kneebar in rd 1





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KICK DOWN 56 "CHAMPIONS" - Tonight in Denver

11-01-2008, Denver, CO

Event date: November 1, 2008

Venue: Red Lion Inn, I-70 & Quebec, Denver, CO


On Saturday November 1st, 2008 the Denver Colorado based Kick Down MMA promotion will finish their 7th year in Denver with a 12 bout fight card. In the main event undefeated Nick Honstein (5-0) will face the challenger Brett Roller (11-3) for the Featherweight Professional MMA Title and Bryant Craven will defend his Welterweight title when Sebastian Puente will stake his claim to the title. 8 titles on the line and fighters from Colorado, South Dakota, Nebraska will complete the 56th installment of the Kick Down. General Admission is $25.00 and always available at the door at no extra charge or call 720-422-5154 to reserve seating in the 1st, 2nd or 3rd Rows. For more information log on to or Doors will open at 6:30P.M. and first bout at 7:30P.M.

Fight Card:

1. MAIN EVENT - Kick Down Professional Featherweight Title:
Nick Honstein (5-0, Scottsbluff, Nebarska) vs. Brett Roller (11-3 Colo. Springs, CO)

2. CO MAIN EVENT - Kick Down Professional Welterweight Title:
Bryant Craven (12-6,Grand Junction, Colorado) vs. Sebastian Puente (1-0, Windsor, Colorado)

3. Kick Down Am Welterweight Title:
Chris Saucedo (6-3, Scottsbluff, Nebraska) vs. Greg Shipporeit (4-0, Denver, Colorado)

4. Kick Down Bantamweight Title:

Cameron Thurgood (3-4, Grand Junction, Colorado) vs. Frank Morris (7-4, Scottsbluff, Nebraska)

5. Kick Down Am Jr. Lightweight Title:
Brenton Swanson (4-1, Grand Junction, Colorado) vs. Alex Whipple (3-3, Pine, South Dakota)

6. Nick Medina (4-0, Fort Collins, Colorado) vs. Nick Macias (2-1, Denver, Colorado)

7. Kick Down Am Middleweight Title:

Art Brown (4-1, Casper, Wyoming) vs. Josh Cole (1-0, Ft. Collins, Colorado

8. Ben Hicks (4-0, Fort Collins, Colorado) vs. Cody Combee (1-2, Florence, Colorado) 

9. Kick Down am Lightweight Title:

Lannon Quintana (7-3, Denver, Colorado) vs. Mitch Schoenwolf (2-1, Casper, Wyoming)

10. Apostle Paul Spencer (2-3, Ft. Collins, Colorado) vs. Garth Heth (1-1, Denver, Colorado)


11. Kick Down Am Featherweight Title:

Matt Vigil (5-2, Denver, Colorado) vs. Richard Large (2-2, Craig, Colorado)

12. Anthony Werner (Greeley, Colorado) vs. Logan Petro (3-1, Florence, Colorado)