5 Title Fights at Palace Fighting Championship’s PFC 12: HIGH STAKES on Jan. 22

Palace Fighting Championship will be back once again at the Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino in Lemoore, CA on January 22 for PFC 12: HIGH STAKES.

In what must surely be a first in the history of MMA, The PFC will hold five title fights on one card! Starting with their lightest weight class, the PFC will crown a World Flyweight Champion as Thailand’s Rambaa Somdet (6-2) takes on Scottsdale, Arizona’s Pat Runez (5-0).

“We are excited and proud to be the first U.S. based promotion to really establish a 125-pound division and crown a champion,” Palace Fighting Championship President Christian Printup said. “Whether it’s Somdet or Runez, we know that we are going to have one of the top 125-pound fighters in the world representing the PFC as champion.”

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Xtreme Couture Amateur Spotlight Part I: Jimmy Jones

by: Jack Bratcher

The Xtreme Couture gym located in Las Vegas is famous for having one of the best MMA training facilities in the world.  Not only do they have the highest quality training equipment money can buy, but the gym is bursting at the seams with the best instructors and sparring partners the sport has to offer.

On August 8, 2008 , Tuff-N-Uff, a Las Vegas-based MMA promotion held an event at the Orleans Hotel and Casino entitled, “The Future Stars of MMA,” which showcased amateur MMA talent from some of the hottest up-and-comers the sport has to offer.  One of these young upstarts is a gentleman by the name of Jimmy Jones.  Jimmy lives in Vegas and is fortunate enough to be part of the Xtreme Couture family.  PRO MMA was fortunate enough to catch up with Jimmy to find out how the Tuff-N-Uff show went and also what it’s like learning the ropes and paying your dues at what many consider the most-respected MMA gyms in the world.

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