Category Archives: WMMA News

Will training with Miesha Tate help Cheyanne Vlismas retain her Tuff-N-Uff Title? Find out this Saturday!

Will training with Miesha Tate help Cheyanne Vlismas retain her Tuff-N-Uff Title? Find out this Saturday! Tuff-N-Uff hopes to Pack the Mack again on Saturday June 17th! Cheyanne Vlismas training with professional MMA fighter Miesha Tate (video by Heidi Fang Las Vegas Review-Journal) Cheyanne Vlismas Hopes to Make Her 17th Amateur Fight Her Last Before Turning Pro Tuff-N-Uff strawweight champion, Cheyanne “Warrior Princess” Vlismas, says if she successfully defends her belt, the plan is to sign with a professional MMA organization.  Vlismas moved from Florida to Xtreme Couture MMA in Las Vegas where she trains with many high-level athletes, including former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Miesha Tate.  Being in the fight capital of the world and working with these professionals has allowed Vlismas to work on all aspects of her fight game in order to become a more well rounded mixed martial artist. Vlismas will put her skills to the...

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Four UFC stars that can capture the spotlight in the absence of McGregor and Rousey

Four UFC stars that can capture the spotlight in the absence of McGregor and Rousey The UFC has grown into the biggest MMA organisation on the planet in recent years, with its brilliant mix of entertainment and brutality inside the Octagon. Without a doubt, the face of the UFC is currently lightweight title holder and two-division champion Conor McGregor. Former women’s bantamweight dominator Ronda Rousey was previously another superstar before tasting back-to-back defeats to Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes. ‘The Notorious’ McGregor is presently preparing for a supposed boxing match-up with Floyd Mayweather Jr later this year, while Rousey has been quiet since being stopped by Nunes in December last year. So, with both of the two leading pay-per-view stars seemingly out of action for some time, it’s up to many of the other stars to step up in their absence. Who could that be, though?...

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XIAOMI ROAD FC 039 OFFICIAL RESULTS

XIAOMI ROAD FC 039 OFFICIAL RESULTS  XIAOMI ROAD FC 039 OFFICIAL RESULTS Ham Seo-Hee crowned first ROAD FC Woman’s Atomweight Champion For immediate release: June 11, 2017 – ROAD Fighting Championship announces the Official results for Xiaomi ROAD FC 039 which took place on June 10, 2017 at the Jangchung Arena in Seoul, South Korea. ROAD FC WOMEN’S ATOMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP In the main event for the ROAD FC Women’s Atomweight title, Ham Seo-Hee and Kurobe Mina both put on incredible performances. Ham’s striking was harsh, so Kurobe opted to shoot for dogged takedowns to try her luck on the ground. Ham proved too much for her there, as she went after submissions from her back in the second round. In the third round, Kurobe finally had success with shoot, but Ham popped up and went right for the back. Ham got her hooks in and...

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Xiaomi ROAD FC 039 Official Weigh In results for Women’s Atomweight Championship Ham Seo-Hee vs Kurobe Mina

Xiaomi ROAD FC 039 Official Weigh In results for Women’s Atomweight Championship Ham Seo-Hee vs Kurobe Mina XIAOMI ROAD FC 039 OFFICIAL WEIGH IN RESULTS HAM SEO-HEE AND KUROBE MINA FACE OFF  FOR THE FIRST WOMEN’S ATOMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP       For immediate release:   June 9, 2017 – ROAD Fighting Championship announces the Official weigh in results for Xiaomi ROAD FC 039 which will take place on June 10, 2017 at the Jangchung Arena in Seoul, South Korea.   WOMEN’S ATOMWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP   In the main event for the ROAD FC Women’s Atomweight title, Ham Seo-Hee and Kurobe Mina both made weight.   Kurobe Mina said, “The belt is beautiful. I will put on a good fight tomorrow. I’m sure of winning. ROAD FC is a big competition and to be the first atomweight champion would be huge. I am honored, and I will...

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Kyrgyzstan dominates competition, wins WMMAA team title at 2017 Asian Championships

Kyrgyzstan dominates competition, wins WMMAA team title at 2017 Asian Championships FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kyrgyzstan dominates competition Wins WMMAA team title at 2017 Asian Championships More than 5000 fans attended the 2017 WMMAA Asian Championships in Osh, Kyrgyzstan MONTE CARLO, Monaco (May 29, 2017)- Host team Kyrgyzstan captured top team honors at the recent third annual World Mixed Martial Arts Association (WMMAA) Asian Championships, recently held at Suyumbaev Stadium, Osh, Kyrgyzstan. The wonderful host city of Osh is the second largest city in Kyrgyzstan, located in the Fergana Valley in the south of the country, often referred to as the “capital of the south”. It is the oldest city in the country, estimated to be more than 3000 years old, and it has served as the administrative center of Osh Region since 1939. The city has an ethnically mixed population of approximately 255,800, according to 2012...

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ONE WOMEN’S ATOMWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPION ANGELA LEE FINISHES ISTELA NUNES WITH ANACONDA CHOKE

ONE WOMEN’S ATOMWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPION ANGELA LEE FINISHES ISTELA NUNES WITH ANACONDA CHOKE ONE WOMEN’S ATOMWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPION ANGELA LEE FINISHES ISTELA NUNES WITH ANACONDA CHOKE PLUS: BEN ASKREN MAKES QUICK WORK OF AGILAN THANI ALSO: ZEBAZTIAN KADESTAM STOPS LUIS SANTOS WITH KNEES IN ONE DEBUT 26 May 2017 – Singapore: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), once again electrified the Singapore Indoor Stadium as the organization played host to yet another evening of authentic martial arts action. ONE: DYNASTY OF CHAMPIONS showcased the absolute best in local and international martial arts talent, featuring a packed card of compelling bouts that left the crowd on the edge of their seats. In the main event, ONE Women’s Atomweight World Champion Angela Lee of Singapore retained her title with a spectacular submission finish over top contender Istela Nunes of Brazil. In the...

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JU THAI face fellow rookie TUF 25 FINALE

JU THAI face fellow rookie TUF 25 FINALE JU THAI face fellow rookie TUF 25 FINALE The mining fighter Juliana Lima, Ju Thai, signed for his next fight in the UFC. On July 7, she faces newcomer Amanda Ribas at the TUF 25 Finale in Las Vegas.Juliana, who for nearly two years lies in the state of Texas, in the United States comes from victory over JJ Aldrich unanimous decision in December 2016. Ju Thai has been preparing for a long time at Gracie Barra Texas with the master Vinicius “Draculino” Magellan while waiting for a new fight: “I have wanted to have been fighting for some time, but I’m ready and now we with all the final preparations for the next battle, “said Ju Thai. The Brazilian recognizes the talent of her opponent, but be prepared to ensure another victory in the UFC, “She’s a tough...

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Xiaomi ROAD FC 040 XX: Ham Seo-Hee returns to Korea for the ROAD FC Women’s Atomweight Championship

Xiaomi ROAD FC 040 XX: Ham Seo-Hee returns to Korea for the ROAD FC Women’s Atomweight Championship Xiaomi ROAD FC 040 XX: Ham Seo-Hee returns to Korea for the ROAD FC Women’s Atomweight Championship For immediate release: April 3, 2017 – ROAD Fighting Championship announces that the second all-female MMA card Xiaomi ROAD FC 040 XX will take place on June 11, 2017 in the Grand Hilton Convention Centre in Seoul, South Korea. The Main Event will be the return of Ham Seo-Hee to her home of Korea to fight for the inaugural ROAD FC Women’s Atomweight Championship. Ham Seo-Hee (17-8, Team MAD) is the pioneer for women’s MMA in South Korea. She made her professional MMA debut 10 years ago in Deep 28 Impact against Hisae Watanabe, won by decision, and became a new force in women’s MMA. Over the next 7 years, Ham...

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TR Fight Girls is back April 8th in Three Rivers

TR Fight Girls is back April 8th in Three Rivers Media Relations – TR Fight Girls Credit of Photos: Renato Nogueira / MMA4Ever THREE GIRLS FIGHT BACK WITH MINING DUEL IN THREE RIVERS With the success of the first edition, the TR Fight Girls is back. The most talked about event of Three Rivers, mountainous region of the State of Rio de Janeiro, back in full force for this year. The city is known to form large athletes, among them, the UFC fighter Alex Cowboy, who won his last fight at UFC Fortaleza. The next edition is scheduled for April 8 in Independence Club in Three Rivers and begin to 19hs. This edition comes with great fighting and will stir public that is present on site. 14 Muay Thai fights amateur and 3 super fights worth belt. In the main fight of the night, Carla...

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Brittney Elkin Interview

Brittney Elkin Interview  Brittney Elkin Interview What’s up fight fans.  Today I am sitting down with WMMA/Grappler Brittney Elkin.  She has a match coming up in April.  Let’s have a seat and get to know her a little bit better.   Nick:  At what age did you begin your training in  martial arts? Brittney:  I try to remember but I can’t remember exact dates.  I was always an athlete  but I generalize it around the time I went through my divorce in 2010.  So figure out the math for me cause i’m bird brained a bit now.   Nick:  What belts do you have and in what disciplines? Brittney:  I am not decorated with an extensive background in martial arts.  I do have a purple belt in jiu-jitsu and I am proud of it.   Nick:  What camp do you train with?  How long have...

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