Before Casey Kenney tries to improve to 6-0 and win the flyweight title against Alvin Cacdac at Tachi Palace Fights 30 tonight in Lemoore, Calif., the top prospect sat down with Pro MMA Now. If someone told you when you were growing up that you’d someday be fighting for a living, would you have believed them? … Read more
Before Castle Williams tries to earn his fourth stoppage win when he takes on Sergio Quinones at Tachi Palace Fights 30 in Lemoore, Calif., on Thursday night, the top featherweight prospect spoke with Pro MMA Now. If someone told you when you were growing up that you’d someday be fighting for a living, would you have believed … Read more
Before Alex Perez returns to action for his 16th win for Tachi Palace Fights on February 2 in Lemoore, Calif., the red-hot flyweight prospect sat down with Pro MMA Now. If someone told you when you were growing up that you’d someday be fighting for a living, would you have believed them? I guess so … Read more
Before undefeated amateur standout Holt Felkins makes his highly anticipated professional debut against Victor Gallegos at Tachi PF 30 in Lemoore, Calif., on February 2, the former California state champion sat down with Pro MMA Now. How were you introduced to MMA to begin with? I really just wanted to do some kickboxing at first, … Read more
Remember this guy? That’s former Tachi Palace Fights flyweight and bantamweight champ Ulysses Gomez (9-4), who just signed a deal with Resurrection Fighting Alliance. The 31-year-old UFC and Bellator vet announced the news via Facebook on Monday. After moving from flyweight to bantamweight in the Tachi Palace promotion and capturing their 135 pound title with … Read more
ProMMAnow.com photographer Joey Krebs was on the scene in Lemoore, Calif., last Thursday night for Tachi Palace Fights 18. The event saw Poppies Martinez defeat Chris Culley via first round submission for the Tachi Featherweight Title in the main event. In the co-headliner Joe Soto claimed the vacant Tachi Bantamweight Title with a third round TKO over Jeremiah Labiano. Enjoy the pics.
It was a homecoming of sorts for the local prodigal son who returned to Lemoore, Calif., where his match was listed as the evening’s Tachi Palace Fights 18 co-headliner. The former Bellator featherweight champion Joe Soto (13-2) captured the Tachi Palace Fights bantamweight title at 135-pounds against Jeremiah Labiano through the doctor’s urgent stoppage of a bloodbath.