Jeremy Luchau is the Entertainment Coordinator for Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino in Lemoore, Calif., whose duties include promotion and matchmaking for Tachi Palace Fights, the nation’s number one mixed martial arts organization for lighter weight fighters outside the UFC. Jeremy has also competed professionally as a fighter himself. You can follow Jeremy on Twitter @TheProject23 and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jeremy.luchau.
In this week’s “Project Files” blog Tachi Palace Fights promoter Jeremy Luchau discusses his new project, 559 Fights, an all amateur MMA promotion that will be combined with a UFC pay-per-view viewing party.
It’s fight week for Tachi Palace Fights 12 and promoter Jeremy Luchau has been working closely with the California Amateur Mixed Martial Arts Organization for Tachi’s first pro/am card on March 9 in Lemoore.
In this week’s blog, Tachi Palace Fights promoter Jeremy Luchau gets ready to start working on their amateur card, lends some advertising tips to promoters and plans a reconnaissance mission to Vegas next week.
With the next Tachi Palace Fights card scheduled for March 9, promoter Jeremy Luchau is back with his weekly blog and discusses some of the changes they have implemented to adapt to the shifting MMA landscape.
It’s fight week at Tachi Palace. The card is complete and promoter Jeremy Luchau breathes a sigh of relief. Dustin Ortiz was brought on to fight Josh Rave, and Georgi Karakhanyan vs. Isaac DeJesus will headline.
With Tachi Palace Fights 11 coming up on December 2nd, the card is still going through changes. Promoter Jeremy Luchau details the challenges as more fighters are injured including headliner Ian McCall.