“That crazy one-armed bastard!” were the words of AXS TV commentator Michael “The Voice” Schiavello after watching “Notorious” Nick Newell starch Virginia’s Adam David Mays at “XFC 19: Charlotte Showdown” Friday night at the Grady Cole Center in Charlotte, N.C.
Fight week is always stressful for a promotion with so much to do going into a big event. It is a rare occasion that things go perfectly. The XFC’s day started out a bit rocky yesterday when it was announced early that Mike Bronzoulis was no longer fighting in the main event against Corey Hill.
Tonight is some good old fashioned man talk between Jack and Gary. Plenty to discuss as XFC 19 goes down in Charlotte tomorrow night! Corey Hill out of the main event last minute after several opponent changes. We will have a rundown of the entire card. UFC on FOX 4 is live and free Saturday night. We have Dan “The Wolfman” and Andrew Dominguez on the coverage and on the scene in L.A.. We will give you our pick on what the good and bad will be in L.A.
My recent signing with the XFC left me inspired to start writing again. Actually, I wanted to do a video blog but I can’t seem to find my camera. This is what happens when you get hit in the head all the time. XFC 19 has some match ups that I’m particularly excited about watching and here are my thoughts on how things might go down on Friday night in North Carolina.
Two of Carolina’s top prospects have been slated to fight at XFC 19 as Lawson McClure takes on Keith Richardson in a featherweight battle for South Carolina bragging rights. The event takes place at the Grady Cole Center in Charlotte, N.C. on Aug. 3.
The XFC promotion will be invading Charlotte, North Carolina, on Friday, August 3rd, at the historic Grady Cole Center venue which was home to UFC 3. The event originally scheduled to be headlined by a welterweight fight between Corey Hill (6-4) and Jason South, but South withdrew from the bout due to personal reasons and was replaced by Mike Bronzoulis (14-5-1).