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    My Next Fight

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    Mixed Fighting Championship (MFC)
    Returns with USA vs. Japan;
    Alvarez Leads American Contingent

    Live from the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, New Jersey, November 5th, 2005 marks the return of the east coast's fastest growing MMA event, the Mixed Fighting Championship. In its eagerly anticipated fifth installment, MFC continues its unique brand of international cross-over competition with USA vs. Japan, and has extended its invitation to eight of each nation's warriors to meet in the famous MFC ring.

    Representing the USA, MFC star Eddie Alvarez returns on the heels of his dominating turn against Russian Red Devil Danila Veselov at MFC's 4 Russia vs. USA. This explosive Fight Factory representative and 2-Time All American wrestler continues to test both chins and wills with his fast, accurate hands and superior showmanship. Opponent Daisuke "13" Hanazawa, hailing from Japan's Cobra Kai Academy, battled Rich Clementi for three grueling rounds at MFC 3's USA vs. the World. Will he be able to keep up with leather-wielding welterweight Alvarez?

    8-1 Massachusetts native Joe Lauzon joins the MFC's ranks coming off a speedy eleven second TKO victory at AFC 13. This Team Aggression member will meet Japan's SHOOTO veteran Hiroyuki Abe, one of the few to ever best Alexandre Franca Nogueira, in a heated featherweight showdown.

    Also on the card, American Top Team heavyweight Wilson Gouveia takes on Japanese wrestler Yusuke Masuda of the Abe Ani Combat Club, while Advanced Fighting Solution's and "Burmese Boxing" veteran Chris MacGrath will look to trade with Abe Ani's Shinichi "BJ" Kojima in a bantamweight battle.

    MFC 5: USA vs. Japan

    Eddie Alvarez vs. Daisuke Hanazawa
    Joe Lauzon vs. Hiroyuki Abe
    Wilson Gouveia vs. Yusuke Masuda
    Chris MacGrath vs. Shinichi Kojima

    Additional fights will be announced shortly, along with the return of the MFC Challenge, which offers its stage to the brightest newcomers the Northeast has to offer.

    Tickets are available now and can be purchased directly through the Taj Mahal Box Office (609-449-5150) and through all Ticketmaster locations (1-800-736-1420 or on line at www.ticketmaster.com)

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Lau
    http://fcfighter.com/news.htm

    Mixed Fighting Championship (MFC)
    Returns with USA vs. Japan;
    Alvarez Leads American Contingent

    Live from the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, New Jersey, November 5th, 2005 marks the return of the east coast's fastest growing MMA event, the Mixed Fighting Championship. In its eagerly anticipated fifth installment, MFC continues its unique brand of international cross-over competition with USA vs. Japan, and has extended its invitation to eight of each nation's warriors to meet in the famous MFC ring.

    Representing the USA, MFC star Eddie Alvarez returns on the heels of his dominating turn against Russian Red Devil Danila Veselov at MFC's 4 Russia vs. USA. This explosive Fight Factory representative and 2-Time All American wrestler continues to test both chins and wills with his fast, accurate hands and superior showmanship. Opponent Daisuke "13" Hanazawa, hailing from Japan's Cobra Kai Academy, battled Rich Clementi for three grueling rounds at MFC 3's USA vs. the World. Will he be able to keep up with leather-wielding welterweight Alvarez?

    8-1 Massachusetts native Joe Lauzon joins the MFC's ranks coming off a speedy eleven second TKO victory at AFC 13. This Team Aggression member will meet Japan's SHOOTO veteran Hiroyuki Abe, one of the few to ever best Alexandre Franca Nogueira, in a heated featherweight showdown.

    Also on the card, American Top Team heavyweight Wilson Gouveia takes on Japanese wrestler Yusuke Masuda of the Abe Ani Combat Club, while Advanced Fighting Solution's and "Burmese Boxing" veteran Chris MacGrath will look to trade with Abe Ani's Shinichi "BJ" Kojima in a bantamweight battle.

    MFC 5: USA vs. Japan

    Eddie Alvarez vs. Daisuke Hanazawa
    Joe Lauzon vs. Hiroyuki Abe
    Wilson Gouveia vs. Yusuke Masuda
    Chris MacGrath vs. Shinichi Kojima

    Additional fights will be announced shortly, along with the return of the MFC Challenge, which offers its stage to the brightest newcomers the Northeast has to offer.

    Tickets are available now and can be purchased directly through the Taj Mahal Box Office (609-449-5150) and through all Ticketmaster locations (1-800-736-1420 or on line at www.ticketmaster.com)

    Awesome! Excellent venue..Best of luck to you and your training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Lau
    http://fcfighter.com/news.htm

    Mixed Fighting Championship (MFC)
    Returns with USA vs. Japan;
    Alvarez Leads American Contingent

    Live from the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, New Jersey, November 5th, 2005 marks the return of the east coast's fastest growing MMA event, the Mixed Fighting Championship. In its eagerly anticipated fifth installment, MFC continues its unique brand of international cross-over competition with USA vs. Japan, and has extended its invitation to eight of each nation's warriors to meet in the famous MFC ring.

    Representing the USA, MFC star Eddie Alvarez returns on the heels of his dominating turn against Russian Red Devil Danila Veselov at MFC's 4 Russia vs. USA. This explosive Fight Factory representative and 2-Time All American wrestler continues to test both chins and wills with his fast, accurate hands and superior showmanship. Opponent Daisuke "13" Hanazawa, hailing from Japan's Cobra Kai Academy, battled Rich Clementi for three grueling rounds at MFC 3's USA vs. the World. Will he be able to keep up with leather-wielding welterweight Alvarez?

    8-1 Massachusetts native Joe Lauzon joins the MFC's ranks coming off a speedy eleven second TKO victory at AFC 13. This Team Aggression member will meet Japan's SHOOTO veteran Hiroyuki Abe, one of the few to ever best Alexandre Franca Nogueira, in a heated featherweight showdown.

    Also on the card, American Top Team heavyweight Wilson Gouveia takes on Japanese wrestler Yusuke Masuda of the Abe Ani Combat Club, while Advanced Fighting Solution's and "Burmese Boxing" veteran Chris MacGrath will look to trade with Abe Ani's Shinichi "BJ" Kojima in a bantamweight battle.

    MFC 5: USA vs. Japan

    Eddie Alvarez vs. Daisuke Hanazawa
    Joe Lauzon vs. Hiroyuki Abe
    Wilson Gouveia vs. Yusuke Masuda
    Chris MacGrath vs. Shinichi Kojima

    Additional fights will be announced shortly, along with the return of the MFC Challenge, which offers its stage to the brightest newcomers the Northeast has to offer.

    Tickets are available now and can be purchased directly through the Taj Mahal Box Office (609-449-5150) and through all Ticketmaster locations (1-800-736-1420 or on line at www.ticketmaster.com)
    Sweet! Whoop some ass. BTW -- There is an actual "Cobra Kai Academy???" In Japan no less???

    Better line up Mr. Miyagi and Ralph Macchio to take them on....

    -daGorilla

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    Kick Ass J!!!!!!

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    There is a Cobra Kai academy in Las Vegas as well. It is Marc Laimons school where people like Jason "Mayhem" Miller, Phil Baroni, and Alex Karalexis train.

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    congrats, joe... finally facing off against a shooto fighter! one step closer to them flying you to tokyo and a fight in korakuen hall.

    kick his ass. if you need footage of his fights for research let me know, i think i have at least one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming Loyalist
    congrats, joe... finally facing off against a shooto fighter! one step closer to them flying you to tokyo and a fight in korakuen hall.

    kick his ass. if you need footage of his fights for research let me know, i think i have at least one.
    I can use all the footage I can get. Drop me an email, joelauzon@hotmail.com. Thanks Man

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    Hiroyuki Abe is friends with my instructor... when he fights out here on the west coast he stays & trains with him. Small world.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Lau
    Opponent Daisuke "13" Hanazawa, hailing from Japan's Cobra Kai Academy
    Strike first, strike hard, no mercy sir!

    Break a leg, not yours!

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