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    GIJoe6186 like boys, mainly his brother supporting member
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Rev, I have a match on Dec 11th in NJ, no more NY shows for me sorry. Hopefully I'll be pro one day and to do that I have to take my ass kicking into NJ and PA.

    I do have a school now with guys competing, I cannot say anything about this show but I will have guys for your next one. I had them fight in Sept and Nov already and they did great but I do not want too much too soon for them.
    I do have a girl at 150 for kickboxing, maybe MMA, who would be interested in Dec 11th I'll ask her today as long as you have someone let me know ASAP.

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Quote Originally Posted by rev.jc View Post
    I miss the days when guys from Bulshido actually fought
    Don't try and turn this around on our community, your lack of fighters is a direct result of your lower quality service. Why should new fighters from this site choose you over one of your many competitor promoters who offer insurance?

    If i was in the US i'd probably fight on one of your shows assuming you have strict cut rules for fights (stopping if one person is bleeding profusely or both people get cut), but with the lack of insurance you make it really easy to pass up for another mma event which does offer it.

    The Amateur Fighter - Promoter relationship is built on trust; trust that you won't make it a mismatch and that you'll handle the weigh-in, judging and referring professionally and safely for the fighter. A big part of this is knowing that the promoter has you covered if something goes wrong. Every card i've fought on the promoter has paid for my flight and accommodation and checked up on me after the fight to thank me for the FREE service i performed which is vital to their success.
    "Boxing is the art of hitting an opponent from the furthest distance away, exposing the least amount of your body while getting into position to punch with maximum leverage and not getting hit."
    Kenny Weldon

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