Thomas Campbell is the Super Fight winner at “SSF 14: Resurrection” – complete results

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Northern middle Tennessee got a  treat this past Saturday night, Jan. 16, as “SSF 14: Resurrection” brought live MMA action to the Clarksville Speedway. SSF Promoter Ron Dayley said, “All in all, SSF and The Clarksville Speedway were very pleased with the event and are excited to get started on the next one, March 6th.”

Some of the highlights of the night included:

SSF fighter, Zack Hicks won the Fight of the Night trophy after a grueling three round unanimous decision victory over Isaac Ware.

Joel Cooper of the Bull Pit in Jackson successfully defended his 170-pound title by defeating Cedrick Scates with a straight ankle long in the second round.

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Live mixed martial arts action returns to Clarksville with “SSF 14 – Resurrection” on Saturday, Jan. 16

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – This Saturday, Jan. 16, live MMA action returns to Clarksville, Tenn. with “SSF 14: Resurrection”. A total of 15 fights are scheduled for the event which will take place at the Clarksville Speedway (indoors), located at 1600 Needmore Rd. The doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the fights start at 7:30 p.m. General admission is $20 and V.I.P. admission is $30. For ticket info call (931) 561-0917.

The main event will feature SSF’s first ever Super Fight. Current HooknShoot, SSF Invitational, and KYFC featherweight champion Thomas Campbell will be fighting the current Mid-South and JAMMA featherweight champion Anthony Jones. The winner will get both, the SSF Invitational and the Mid-South Championship featherweight belts, and a six-foot tall trophy.

SSF Promoter Ron Dayley said, “Thomas and Anthony are two of the most highly rated 145-pound fighters in the state. This should be one hell of a great fight!”

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Kimo Leopoldo: Jesus Christ of MMA Industry

IRVINE, California (July 23. 2009) – “Jesus Christ took three days to come back from the dead,” a joking Kimo Leopoldo said, “but it only took me a few hours to be resurrected. I am the second resurrection. The funny part, given the time constraints, was I was almost late to my own funeral.”

As one of its pioneers, KIMO has contributed greatly to the MMA community. He jump-started his MMA career in his first pro fight by issuing a beating to immortal Royce Gracie, who won the match but was unable to continue fighting for the championship. KIMO parlayed that debut into a series of fan-friendly fights, including triumphs against notables such as Kazishi Sakuraba, David “Tank” Abbott, and “Bam Bam” Bigalow. KIMO fought Dan Severn to a draw and he also battled top combat fighters such as Bob Sapp and Ken Shamrock.

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