In her second MMA fight, four-time Female World Boxing Champion Chevelle Hallback keeps her eye on Carano and Cyborg

The XTREME FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP will be holding XFC 7: SCHOOL OF HARD KNOX this Friday, February 20 at the Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tennessee. Among many of great fighters competing in this event is one of the hottest up and coming female MMA prospects in the world today. She is four-time Female World Boxing Champion, Chevelle Hallback and she will be fighting undefeated muay thai expert, Sarah Wilson in what will surely be her toughest test to date. The XFC sent PRO MMA (promma.info) the following press release this morning regarding Hallback and what the future could hold for this fast rising MMA star:

After Decimating Former EliteXC Fighter Melissa Vasquez in Just 41 Seconds in December, Chevelle “Fists of Steel” Hallback Returns to the Cage at XFC 7: “School of Hard Knox” on Friday, February 20 in Knoxville, Tennessee

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Ex-University of Tennessee linebacker to fight in state’s first-ever pro MMA event

The XTREME FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP will be holding XFC 7: SCHOOL OF HARD KNOX this Friday, February 20 at the Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tennessee. One of the local stars who will appear on the card is former UT Vols linebacker and special teams ace, Ovince St. Preux. The XFC sent PRO MMA (promma.info) the following press release this morning regarding St. Preux:

Ovince St. Preux Goes from the Gridiron to the Steel Cage at XFC 7: “School of Hard Knox” on Friday, February 20 at Thompson-Boling Arena

Knoxville, TN: One of the lesser-known specialties in football is “wedge-busting” on special teams. Considered by The Sporting News the most violent position in all of football, the “wedge-buster” takes the field on punt and kickoff coverage, sprints at full speed, locates the wall of blockers trying to protect the returner, and then – boom! – sacrifices his body to take down the wall, allowing his defenders to tackle the returner. It’s arguably the most underappreciated aspect of the game, and often the cause of football’s most teeth-rattling collisions.

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