Ultimate Reno Combat 45 Preview

November 19, 2013 by
Filed under: MMA News, Press Release, Upcoming Events 

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Northern Nevada’s #1 cage fighting event returns as “Ultimate Reno Combat 45” premiers live on November 23, at the Reno Events Center in Reno, Nevada. Voted the #1 Amateur MMA Event in the Nation, URC always showcases the top up and coming fighters from around Nevada and California. URC 45 will be no different as the very best of the best in the amateur ranks will compete in the cage where Blood Happens!  If you can’t be there live in Reno, experience the thrill of every punch, kick, takedown and submission via the comfort of your home.  Stream it live on the GFL Combat Sports Network.

In the main event, the vacant URC Welterweight Title will be on the line when Danny Ramirez (4-1) fights Aarason Perry (4-0).  Ramirez is a URC vet and has had numerous battles inside the cage where he has shown a scary standup game as all 4 of his wins have come via KO or TKO.  Ramirez packs dynamite in both hands and can end any fight he’s in with one punch.  Ramirez loves to bring the fight to his opponent and set the pace early on in the face.  The undefeated Perry is another top notch MMA athlete who has dispatched 2 of his opponents by KO and also shown a very strong grappling game and an ability to grind down his opponents over the course of a full fight.  Perry might decide to look for a takedown and get the fight to the ground rather than trade strikes with Ramirez.  This title fight promises to be a chess match packed with explosives as anything can and probably will happen when these two feared welterweights square off.

In the co-main event, the URC Flyweight Championship is up for grabs as Isaiah “Pocket Monster” Wright (4-2) fights Brando Amaro (3-0).  Wright has never been stopped in a fight and brings a battle-tested complete game into the cage as he goes for his first title.  Wright is nonstop action for the whole fight so look for him to use his wrestling to push the pace and try and wear Amaro down and take him to places he hasn’t been yet in a fight.  The undefeated Amaro has shown an ability to steam roll his past opponents and is one of the brightest young talents in the 125 lb division.  Amaro packs a punch and has solid wrestling and mixes up his attacks well.  The winner of this bout will be the new king at 125 lb.

Watch the champions of tomorrow compete today! Don’t miss this loaded event with loaded mixed martial arts fight as Northern Nevada’s “Ultimate Reno Combat 45” comes to you live on GFL.tv on November 23.

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