XCF: RUMBLE IN RACE TOWN results & NASCAR drivers give opinion on MMA

XTREME CAGEFIGHTING FEDERATION’S – XCF: RUMBLE IN RACE TOWN went down last night in Daytona, FL. The highly anticipated event was considered part of the pre-race festivities for the DAYTONA 500 that takes place today. In fact, many NASCAR drivers and owners were expected to be at the fights and some of the fighters for sure will be attending the race today.

In the main event, Frank “Twinkle” Toes Trigg (19-6) defeated local fighter, Danny Babcock (5-2) by unanimous decision. After the fight, Trigg announced he will most likely be moving back to middleweight which he feels is his optimum weight class. Reports have stated he seemed a bit gassed after round one. Also on the card, TUF playboy, Blake Bowman (2-2), gave up a first round TKO loss to Ryan Keenan (3-0).

XCF: RUMBLE IN RACE TOWN results:

Frank Trigg def. Danny Babcock by unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-28)
Zak Cummings def. Terry Martin by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
Jesse Taylor def. Gert Kocani by submission (rear naked choke) in Rd 2, 4:45
Marcus Jones def. John Juarez by TKO (punches) in Rd 1, 1:39
T.J. Cook def. Scott Harper by KO (punch) in Rd 1, 1:37
Todd Cutler def. Jeremy May by TKO (punches) in Rd 1, 4:07
Gilbert Burgos def. Chris Thorne by TKO (doctor stoppage) in Rd 1, 1:17
Ryan Keenan def. Blake Bowman by TKO (strikes) in Rd 1, 4:29

NASCAR drivers comment on MMA after the jump…

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Frank Trigg steps back in the cage at Rumble in Race Town main event Feb. 14

On Feb. 14, the eve of the 51st running of the Daytona 500, race fans will have the opportunity to see some of the best mixed martial arts fighters as they fight toe to toe with NASCAR drivers and owners sitting cageside. This all-professional fight card features former UFC fighters Frank Trigg, Terry Martin, Jesse Taylor and Jeremy May, former NFL Pro Bowler Marcus Jones and many of Florida’s top up and coming MMA prospects.

For those MMA fans not in the Daytona area, you are in luck. The XCF will be broadcasting the event live on online pay-per-view for only $9.99 and a portion of the proceeds from online revenue will go to the Corey Hill recovery fund. Corey broke his leg very badly in a recent UFC fight and will be out of action for 12-18 months. He and his family could really use the money during this time.

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