Almost to the century mark for Pro MMA Now Radio! This week we kick things off talking to local amateur fighter Blake O’Neil. O’Neil is searching for success this Saturday night in Kentucky at Heritage Hall for Bluegrass Brawl. O’Neil and trainer Phillip Perkins will stop by to discuss the fight and more. He sought … Read more
Scott Holtzman (7-0) made his professional debut back in 2012 in Knoxville for John Prisco’s XFC promotion. He won the contract after knocking off several men in an amateur tournament. He’s never lost and he’s never looked back. He announced his release from XFC just a few days ago and today we learn he has signed … Read more
Measuring the the significance of experience for a mixed martial artist is a tricky thing to do. When breaking down fights and analyzing match ups one factor that always gets noted is the number of fights and level of experience. Sometimes experience seems to help but many times talent reigns heavy on a fight.
XFC 26: NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS III took place Friday night at Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn. ProMMAnow.com was on the scene with the LIVE results and PLAY-BY-PLAY and also snapped the following images from the AXStv televised main card headlined with a lightweight title bout between Scott Holtzman vs. Roger Carroll.
The country will get to see the likes of Scott Holtzman, Luis Santos and Pearl Gonzalez when XFC 26 “Night of Champions III” goes live on AXS TV October 18th but the people in the seats will be treated to some of the rising stars that Tennessee has to offer. John Prisco and company have assembled the preliminary bouts with exciting prospects that will get the crowd ready for the main card that culminates with Tennessee’s own Scott “Hot Sauce” Holtzman defending his XFC lightweight title.
Tonight we roll on with MFC September Mark Pavelich and the Maximum Fighting Championship gear up for MFC 28 on October 4th. The voting is over and tonight we talk to the newly announced main event particiapants. Anthony Birchak made a statement at MFC 37 with his win and is ready for his shot at the vacant bantamweight title. He will stop by as will his opponent. Tito Jones has won three fights in a row and is looking to be the best he can be in order to capture the crown.