Jessica Borga v Trisha Cicero – Main Event XFN 9 – Live on GFL.Tv

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#4 flyweight out of Mississippi Kayla Stricker takes on Trisha Cicero in the main event title bout.  Stricker is 5-1 and is coming off a TKO win at Legacy Fighting Championships.

XFN9 takes place June 11th at Bahia Mar 801 Seabreeze Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316. This event is a fundraiser for the FLEOA Foundation and proceeds assist the families of local and federal officers who were killed in the line of duty both over seas and here on US soil.

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XFN 9 – Live on GFL

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Battle of the Millenium 3 Featuring Avaz Achilov vs. Lashawn “Rhino” Alcocks and Villi Bello vs. David Moore- Live on GFL.Tv

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Lou Negia has 3 Title Bouts in this Great Night of Fights – CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE

PA Cage Fight 24: Richie Gates vs Mervin Rodriquez

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Warrior Fighting Championship – Kerr vs Crowe – Live on GFL.Tv

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Pure FC 4 – Ottow vs Eckelberg – Live on GFL.Tv

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Andrew Ball v David “The Celtic Hammer” Collins at Battle of the Millennium 3 – Live on GFL.Tv

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Andrew Ball,  is currently is looking to get his “feet back on the winning road.” In 2015 Ball suffered a couple of losses, but prior to that he was on a ten fight win streak that spanned over three years.

Just from speaking with Ball for a few minutes one can tell there is more behind his motivation than overcoming these losses. Growing up, Ball wasn’t very athletic and didn’t have the grades or discipline to be on a team, but he did get into a few street fights. Shortly after high school he started training at Neligia’s Martial Arts where he instantly became hooked. Fast-forward eight years; Andrew holds a 16-4 record in kickboxing and 1-0 in MMA. These twenty kickboxing bouts are in all different styles ranging from Muay Thai, low-kicks to Glory rules.

Taneisha Tennant Fighting on Battle of Millennium 3 Card – Live on GFL.tv

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A few days before Battle of the Millenium III, our subject for this edition of Fighter of New York, Taneisha Tennant, is focusing solely on her upcoming Muay Thai fight. The amateur fighter out of Budokan Martial Arts Academy/Renzo Gracie Lynbrook is confident. “Training camp has been extensive, and I am ready.”

Tennant, like her training style, isn’t one to waste words. “I have been focusing on the basics. I am keeping my style sharp, working hard on my cardio, and ensuring I don’t gas out. But I’m ready to go.” The talented fighter has a wide array of skills to pull from–she trains Muay Thai, Brazilian JiuJitsu, boxing, kung-fu, and stick-fighting. All her training is located at Budokan and she takes advantage every seminar that comes her way.

As a competitor, Taneisha Tennant is starting her career in what seems to be a golden era for female fighters. Remarkable names such as Holly Holm, Miesha Tate, Joanna Jedrzejczyk, Ronda Rousey, and Cristiane Justino routinely make headlines. Tennant is in good company, as she and other fellow New York-based fighters such as Angela “Overkill” Hill and Jennie Nedell continue to help build women’s image in combat sports. Tennant trains day in and day out and thinks of nothing other than the upcoming fight. It does not matter who her opponent is or what they have accomplished — this talented young fighter only concentrates on what she knows she is capable of doing, and the execution of making it happen.

Taneisha and Muay Thai coach, Kevin Smith

Trevor Ragin Defends Title Against Justin Muslija at Battle of the Millennium 3 – Live on GFL.Tv

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Ragin’s next fight comes at “Battle of the Millennium 3” on June 10 in Brooklyn, New York. Ragin will defend his United States Glory Rules title against Justin Muslija, who sports a 6-1 record as an amateur and is the World Kickboxing Association New York State Muay Thai Champion. The event will be broadcast on CBS Sports Network.

Ragin’s fight against Muslija is a rematch, after Ragin came up on the short end of a decision in their last meeting. But he vows his second meeting with Muslija will turn out differently.

“I didn’t let go like I wanted to,” Ragin said of his first meeting against Muslija. “But this time, I’ll take more opportunities.”

 

Ragin is also slated to compete on the GLORY World Series kickboxing card on July 22 in Norfolk, Virginia. The emergence of GLORY and Bellator MMA’s recent foray into kickboxing can only help grow the sport and foster more competition with other organizations like Legacy Kickboxing, according to Ragin.

“The higher-up guys in kickboxing make good money,” Ragin said, referring to fighters like GLORY heavyweight champion Rico Verhoeven and welterweight champion Nieky Holzken. “There are crowd favorites in kickboxing, but we need more characters.”

But while Ragin enjoys watching MMA and participated in some jiu-jitsu and grappling, kickboxing is his first and only love.

“I love the art of standing toe-to-toe,” Ragin said. While head trauma and concussions is a topic that continues to plague not only football but sports like boxing, Ragin isn’t worried about any long-term effects from his fighting career.

“I always fight smart – I don’t just stand in the pocket,” he said. Ragin also offered his take on the topic in combat sports that just won’t die; a hypothetical matchup between boxing champion Floyd Mayweather and the UFC’s Conor McGregor.

“Floyd would destroy Conor in a boxing match, but Conor would destroy Floyd in a MMA fight,” Ragin said.

Ragin doesn’t plan on being destroyed in the ring anytime soon, which he attributes to his hard work and being in the gym, every single day.

“I make sure there’s no way my opponent works harder than me,” Ragin said.

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Dynasty Combat: Top Midwestern Flyweight prospect, Kevin “Pocket Herc”Gray vs current King of the Cage Flyweight Champ John “Bogus” DeVall – Watch Live on GFL.Tv

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Dynasty Combat Sports presents: Battle Tested, Friday June 10th Doors open at 7pm, Fights will begin at 8pm. The event will feature Omaha’s own, Top Midwestern Flyweight prospect, Kevin “Pocket Herc”Gray vs current King of the Cage Flyweight Champ John “Bogus” DeVall from Sioux City, IA and an Amateur Bantamweight Title fight between Mick Doyle’s Emeka Ifekandu and Team Legacy’s Mason Teeters. The line up will boast past Nebraska MMA pioneers like Summer Artherton, Ryan Braun, and the return of Jay Collins.

As always the fight cards will feature up and coming stars, such as, Boimah Karmo, Corey Davis and Omaha’s favorite fighter, Wayne Sullivan,who returns to fight for the DC Amateur Middleweight Title. With 14 fights scheduled, there is sure to be excitement and fantastic finishes on tap. Tickets will be available for purchase on Friday, April 22 at 10am.

Dynasty Combat Sports is Nebraska’s largest and most frequent Mixed Martial Arts Company. Currently set to hold its 47th event over the past five years. They are sponsored by the Nebraska Lottery and sanctioned by The Nebraska Athletic Commission.

 

MainJohn “Bogus” DeVall vs. Kevin “Pocket Herc” Gray

UndercardKeyes Nelson vs. Wayne Sullivan

UndercardMason Teeters vs. Emeka Ifekandu

UndercardLevi Melcher vs. Jay Collins

UndercardSteven Bass vs. Josh Gardner

UndercardMonica “Phenomamom” Medina vs. Summer Atherton

UndercardJordan Hernandez vs. Terrence Almond

UndercardJarrett Nelson vs. Keilen Fantroy

UndercardDanny Alvarado vs. Nate Smith

UndercardPaul Hunhoff vs. Boima Karmo

UndercardJett Jones vs. Scott Hough

UndercardJonathon Solorzano vs. Carlos Woolard

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