For those watching the 2010 Americas Selection tournament since the beginning, it would be safe to say that the Middleweight Finals battle between Team Quest’s Tyson Jeffries and Team Bombsquad’s Mike Geurin not only took ‘fight of the night’ honours but can even be called the highlight bout of the tournament. When you tie in … Read more
New York City, New York (September 20, 2010) – The M-1 Selection 2010 Americas Finals captivated a live audience on Saturday night at Bally’s Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Tournament returnees and newcomers to the M-1 ring fought an excellent undercard as the Selections championship bouts went down; Selection tournament winners will now … Read more
All fighters participating in the M-1 Selections 2010 – Americas Final round, taking place Saturday September 18 at Bally’s Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, have made weight for their bouts.
The M-1 Selection tournament finals take place Saturday, September 18th, 2010 at Bally’s Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey and the evening’s fights feature tournament returnees and newcomers to the M-1 ring.
Team Bombsquad’s Pat Bennett and American Top Team’s Kenny Garner are set to enter the M-1 ring on September 18th and take the next big step on their way to the top.
The M-1 Selection: Americas tournament middleweight division has been the source of some of the most memorable moments of the competition. This is a trend that is sure to continue as Tyson Jeffries faces Mike Geurin.
In our continuing look at the individual fights that make up the M-1 Selection: Americas Finals, we will now dissect the welterweights. Many pundits are of the opinion that the fight between Tom “Da Tank” Gallicchio and Len “The Liger” Bentley is an odds on favorite for “Fight of the Night.” Gallicchio, a New Jersey native, … Read more
The M-1 Selection tournament finals take place Saturday, September 18th, 2010 at Bally’s Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
M-1 Selection Americas Finals are set to take place Saturday, Sept. 18 at Bally’s Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J. Ten fighters from five weight classes will compete for the opportunity to move on to the larger international stage.