Bellator 181 took place Friday night from WinStar World Casino in Thackerville, Okla. The main event featured lightweights Brandon Girtz and Derek Campos in a catchweight rubber match. Campos won their first meeting by decision in 2013. Girtz KO’d Campos in their rematch in 2015. But it was Campos who got the TKO victory via … Read more
Riding a six-fight winning streak, including five by stoppage, top middleweight prospect out of North Carolina, Jamie Pickett, sat down with ProMMANow to talk about his success inside the MMA cage, a relatively inactive 2016 and his message for the UFC boss. Are you the best unsigned middleweight on the planet? By far. There’s not even a chance … Read more
ProMMAnow.com (www.prommanow.com) reporter Gary Thomas caught up with rising middleweight Reggie Pena (10-5) following his second round submission victory over UFC veteran John Salter (8-3) in the “XFC 18: Music City Mayhem” main event in Nashville, Tenn. Pena discussed his victory over Salter and where he goes from here.
From Justin Pennington’s first round knockout of Dave Hurst in the opening preliminary bout, to Joe Ray’s violent stoppage of Dustin West to kick off the televised main card on HDNet, to Reggie Pena’s amazing come-from-behind submission of John Salter in the main event, ProMMAnow.com photographer Josh Cross captured it all at XFC 18 in Nashville.
ProMMAnow.com is live and on the scene for tonight’s “XFC 18: Music City Mayhem” event which takes place at the Nashville Municipal auditorium. The main event features a match-up between UFC veteran John Salter and the resilient Reggie Pena. In the co-main event, Gabriel Salinas-Jones will look to back up his pre-fight trash talk against Scott Barrett.
ProMMAnow.com’s Denny Hodge caught up with XFC President John Prisco this week to discuss “XFC 18: Music City Mayhem” being held Friday night at Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn.
ProMMAnow.com is live and on the scene for the “XFC 18: Music City Mayhem” weigh-ins. The main event features a match-up between UFC veteran John Salter and the resilient Reggie Pena.