Gladiator Challenge: Point Blank photo gallery

PRO MMA (promma.info) was sitting cage side photographing the ten bouts on Gladiator Challenge’s “Point Blank” card in Roseville, California.

The night of fights left the fans in attendance craving more MMA action and PRO MMA snapped shots of the evening’s most captivating events. The house was packed and TKO’s, tap outs, the U.S. Army, a gurney and ring girls caught the eyes of the Placer County Fair Grounds crowd.

There are nearly 200 photos featuring two galleries separated by the entire fight card and other photos from the moment the doors opened until the last fighter left the cage. To view the galleries from “Point Blank” go to the PRO MMA photo gallery.

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Post Fight Interview: Rick Randolph

PRO MMA (promma.info) caught up with new Gladiator Challenge Heavyweight Champion; Rick Randolph immediately following his victory over Steve Walston this past Saturday night at Gladiator Challenge: Point Blank.

Although he may disagree, Randolph showed no fear of Walston’s superior strength advantage, dominating the larger Walston for the entire 3:20 of the first round, en-route to becoming the new heavyweight champion.

PRO MMA: How does it feel to hear, ‘Rick Randolph: Gladiator Challenge Heavyweight Champion’?
RANDOLPH: That’s cool. I didn’t think that I would hear: Heavyweight. I thought it would be Light Heavyweight, but we’ll take it!

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Gladiator Challenge: Point Blank Results

PRO MMA (promma.info) was on hand for Gladiator Challenge’s return to the Placer County Fairgrounds with “Gladiator Challenge: Point Blank” in Roseville, California this past Saturday night.

Many northern California MMA fans packed the house to take in ten bouts and were on their feet for the majority of the card.“Let the Bodies Hit the Floor” was the event’s theme song in every sense of the word, a title changed hands, a leg was broken and only one bout went to the cards.

Stu Snyder vs. Robert ‘Grizzly’ Garcia – Light Heavyweight
Robert Garcia set the tone for the evening by finishing Stu Snyder at 2:28 of the first round. Garcia immediately shot in for a take down and Snyder held of ‘Grizzly’ for a few moments but wound up on his back against the cage. Garcia mixed up his strikes well and passed Snyder’s guard. After nearly two minutes of working from nearly ever top position imaginable, referee Larry Landless ended Garcia’s ground and pound attack.

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