When Donald Cerrone is in town, he draws a crowd. That was the hope of Donald and his new fight promotion, Cowboy Fight Series, anyway. Saturday night, January 26th saw a who’s who of local and Regional fighters, coaches and promoters converge to the Ernst Cultural Center on the Annandale campus of Northern Virginia Community College, to kick off Donald’s brand new venture.Read More
The Commonwealth of Virginia was chosen to be the host of the inaugural event in Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone’s Cowboy Fight Series, the UFC Lightweight’s first venture into promoting. Cowboy Fight Series has assembled a 16 bout amateur MMA card, stocked with top names from Virginia and the United States Southeast and Northeast.Read More
The National spotlight will be shone on Virginia Beach on August 25th, 2018 as many of Virginia’s best amateur fighters will team up, under the moniker Virginia Destroyers, to defend their home turf against the Florida Force, comprised of some of the top amateurs currently training out of American Top Team.Read More
by Felix Falcon
*Fight card subject to change.
Every promotion, no matter how big or small, lives by that disclaimer. It is as natural a part of the sport as it is a source of copious amounts of stress for fighters to pull out of fights. As I was making my way to the Main Street Arenain Charlottesville last Saturday, September 20th, I ran intoDavid Morris, one of the promoters for Fight Night Challenge. In conversation, he explained he had a tough time putting together this card. He had around 20 different fighters pull out of their fights for a plethora of different reasons. Even at that time (two or so hours before the show started) they had a fighter apparently driving from West Virginia set to fight Randy Fitzgerald, but had not heard from him thus far...Read More
Fight Night Challenge returned to the Main Street Arena, in Charlottesville, VA, on Saturday night, July 19th. Central Virginia fight fans were treated to a 14-fight card, combining amateur Muay Thai and amateur MMA. There were no belts on the line, but a fresh crop of new faces emerged victorious, coupled with some familiar veterans...Read More