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  • King of the Cage Back at the Crowne Plaza October 5th

    The King of the Cage returns to Albuquerque on October 5th featuring local talent from all over the state.Below is just a sample of who fans can expect to see: Jess Martinez 155 (Santa FE BJJ)-4x NM State Wrestling + HS All American, 6 x IBJJF, Multiple NAGA Grapplers Quest Champion. One of the most decorated grapplers to come out of NMArsenia Barksdale 145 (Independent)-2009 NCAA Div II Champ, 4x All American, Asst Wrestling Coach Cleveland High School (2012)Joey Trevino 125 (Montezuma MMA)-5 wins and 1 loss in last 6 fights with 4 1st round finishesNikki Lowe 110 (FIT NHB)-on a 3 fight win streak finishing all of those opponentsJerome Rivera 125 (Judgment MMA)-undefeated record finishin...
  • Low Blow Radio Ep.159-Fight Week Coverage Mayweather versus Canelo, De La Hoya goes to Rehab

    On this special Wednesday edition of the Low Blow, Jorge and Justin get you ready for the fight of the year between Floyd Mayweather and the 23-year-old Canelo Alvarez. We discuss everything from the undercard bouts, fight week, and predictions. We also talk about Oscar De La Hoya checking into rehab, preview Legacy and Bellator, and breakdown the latest news in the combat sports world. Disagree with our thoughts and opinion, always you can contact us through Facebook, @TheLowBlow, and e-mail Also get the latest video interviews featuring the best combat sports personalities in New Mexico via our YouTube page at We are available on the Stitcher R...
  • Munoz Overwhelms Camacho Jr for Big Win in Arizona

    Tim Kudgis from boxing scene brings us this news of an amazing upset featuring New Mexico's own Hectoe "El Hurican" Munoz, Full article link: Parker, Arizona - Hector Camacho Jr (57-6-1) and Hector Munoz (22-11-1) went to war forten rounds. Camachor Jr., who missed weight by 7 lbs, played the role as the counter puncher, while Fernando Vargas trained Munoz played the aggressor trying to walk Camacho Jr. down. The fight went back and forth early, during which Camacho Jr had an easy time counter punching. As the fight went on his shape seemed to wear him down and at the same time Munoz picked up.
  • XFC 25 Main Eventers Shine Live on

    Saturdays XFC 25 main event pitted relative newcomer Stephanie Eggnik against vet Angela Magana from Farmington, NM. Though Eggnik had far fewer fights to her credit she had all the veteran moves. Eggnik used her range to land some clean shots in the first round forcing Magana to press for the takedown. Magana is considered a grappler but when she finally got the takedown it was Eggnik who need little time to slap on a triangle forcing Magana to tap mid-way through the second.
  • Eggnik, Lima Victorious, XFC 25 Quick Results

    XFC made their Albuquerque debut tonight with their 25th installment titled "Boiling Point" at the Convention Center downtown. The fights were well matched and action packed giving the crowd of over 2000 an exciting night of MMA action. Below are the results of all the fights. Check back tomorrow for a detailed breakdown of the feature fights as well as a picture gallery from all the bouts.
  • Low Blow Radio Ep.158- Pettis crowned Champion, XFC 25 Preview, Mayweather-Canelo Preview

    On tonight's edition of the Low Blow, Justin and Jorge get you set for tomorrow's XFC 25 card in Albuquerque,NM. We also have an interview with Antonio Escalante who running his own fight card in Socorro, Texas. Escalante discusses the process of transitioning into a promoter while still remaining a top ranked fighter. The hosts give their thoughts on a changing of the guard in the lightweight division of the UFC with Anthony Pettis becoming champion. We discuss Pettis road to super-stardom, Josh Barnett's win, and the rest of UFC 164. We also begin our coverage of the biggest fight of year, Floyd Mayweather Jr. versus Canelo Alvarez. Disagree with our thoughts and opinion, al...
  • XFC 25 Fighters Take to the Scales

    XFC's Albuquerque debut is just hours away. Company rep TJ Atlock says online ticket sales will be available at until noon tomorrow. You csan also get your tickets at the Convention Center up until the start of the show. Mostof the combatants came in spot on, a few needed to shed a final pound or so. This all pro card has several seasoned vets looking to impress the company brass and climb the ladder into title contendership. A few fighters are looking to make their pro debuts. One such fighter, Martin Manrique, is prepared to square off against fellow debut-er Fransisco Marin. Manrique took a minute to talk with prior to stepping on the scale.
  • XFC Fight Week is Upon Us, Weigh-ins Set for Thursday

    XFC's long awaited Albuquerque debut is just days away. The card is headlined by New Mexico fighter Angela Magana and features several other fighters from the Duke City. Weigh-ins are scheduled for this Thursday at 2:00pm at the Hotel Blue 717 Central Ave. NW, Media and the public are encouraged to attend. There'll be time to meet and interview all the fighters before they step on the scales.
  • Low Blow Radio Ep.157-Landon Vannata Interview, XFC25 Preview,Condit wins war, Bendo versus Showtime Preview

    On tonight's edition of the Low Blow, we begin our coverage of XFC 25 taking place next week on September 6th at the Albuquerque Convention Center with an interview Landon Vannata. This is another nationally televised card and Justin and Jorge will make sure your ready to see New Mexico's rising MMA stars. We also review Carlos Condit big victory and preview one of the most anticipated MMA matches in history with Benson Henderson vs. Anthony Pettis for the lightweight title at UFC 164. Disagree with our thoughts and opinion, always you can contact us through Facebook, @TheLowBlow, and e-mail Also get the latest video interviews featuring the best combat sport...
  • Southwest Grapplefest 11 Scheduled for November 2nd, Registration is Live

    Save the date! Southwest Grapplefest 11 is set for November 2nd at Cleveland High School in Rio Rancho, NM. Registration is LIVE! Early registration $40/$60 for one/two division(s) byOctober 24th 5:00pm. $50/$70 fromOctober 24th -31st5:00pm. Late registration at the door isCASH only, $60/$80 for one/two Gi/NoGi, Double elimination, placing 1st-4th. All Men NoGi competitors earn Combat Sports Club points towardsElite status (5000pts.) for your primary division. see ABOUT page for points; RULES page for weight classes. This is the last Combat Sports Club tournament of 2013 and the last chance for team points in the 2013 CSC Team Challenge!

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