Posted On:3/18/2007 6:12pm
Should the people competing bring a corner?
An American Hero!
Posted On:3/18/2007 9:03pm
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If you want to win, then I would think so.
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Posted On:3/18/2007 11:56pm
Do it ojgsxr6, come fight with us, for charity of course.
Posted On:3/19/2007 4:19pm
I'm thinking about it. The problems I see are, the distance, which leads to I can't have the guy I want for my corner, I really shouldn't be fighting at 195(Fat Bastard), and I suck.
Posted On:4/12/2007 6:29pm
I have the card set except for one fighter, I need a guy 155-165 (or so) 14 fights, I want 15 so please if you are 17 or older and like to fight please consider coming out.
I want to thank L-1 Guy and Gijoe without their gym this event wouldn't get off the ground, I got matches for all your guys, and if I get the 155-165lber that will include your coach!
also no tickets will be sold at the door, I can seat 400 & have sold 250 already, fighters get first dibs, so see someone from the card or call or e-mail me if you are interested!
also guys if you could check your e-mail & contact me asap, so I can get the pics for the program it would be a great help!
if you are interested in fighting e-mail the matchmaker @
leave your phone # and she will return your call, or call me at 518-872-9239
oh & I would PM you guys, but I am cheap, I guess I should pay the $20 already!
Posted On:7/19/2009 8:38am
I am looking to compete in the aug events. I had a couple questions. 1) do we need to provide our own gear, or is it provided so that everyone's gear is consistant. 2) Are the fighters compensated at all for the fight?
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