XFC 23 LIVE results and play-by-play

XFC 23

“XFC 23: Louisville Slugfest” takes place this evening at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, Ky. and broadcasts LIVE on AXStv starting at 9 p.m. ET. The XFC 23 main event features two welterweights making their XFC debuts as highly experienced Brazilian Luis “Sapo” Santos (54-8-1) takes on TUF 13 and UFC vet Shamar Bailey (15-8).

HDNet to broadcast live coverage of “XFC 10: Night of Champions” tonight

Event to Feature Two Title Fights – LIVE TONIGHT- March 19 at 9:00 p.m. ET DALLAS (March 19, 2010) – HDNet will feature exclusive coverage of “HDNet Fights: Xtreme Fighting Championship X – Night of Champions,” LIVE from Tampa, Florida tonight, March 19 at 9:00 p.m. ET. This explosive event will feature two title fights. … Read more

A different kind of fight: Fight Ribbon Clothing Company’s visit to Kosair Children’s Hospital

For those of you not familiar with Fight Ribbon Clothing Company, and its co-founders Brent Thompson and Scott Wells, they are making some major waves in the MMA clothing world. Fight Ribbon makes and sells clothing and training gear and have outfitted such fighters as Julio Gallegos, Josh Cooper, Jason Bradshaw, Mark Crawn, George Oiler, Tim Cook, and Jeremy Pender, just to name a few. Check out their website to see their gear on UFC fighters Justin McCully and BJ Penn.

Additionally, Fight Ribbon is putting the finishing touches on some exclusive clothing and gear that will only be available to members of their fight team, The Fight Ribbon Team which was formed by the co-founders and currently has four fighters on the roster: Gallegos, Cooper, Bradshaw, and Reaction MMA founder Rob Nickerson.

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Rising prospect Shane Matchette finally finds an opponent for XFC 7: School of Hard Knox

Shane Matchette will figth Julio Gallegos at XFC 7

KNOXVILLE, TN – After breaking the bones of his last two opponents, the 26-year-old former high school wrestling standout vows to also break into the MMA championship picture.

Shane Matchette’s last five opponents mysteriously dropped out at the last minute, and the 26-year-old ex-high school wrestling phenom has a theory why.

“I’ve developed a reputation for snapping arm bones,” explained the highly-touted MMA prospect. “And once an opponent hears what happened in my last couple of fights, he always seems to come up with some excuse for dropping out at the last minute. Maybe he got injured during training camp, or maybe his grandmother is sick, or maybe his cat ran away. It’s very frustrating ‘cause I love to fight and want to stay active.”

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