The NCAA Division One Wrestling National Championships at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa, continues to prove each round is worth the price of admission. The tournament is a three day event starting Thursday March 21 and ending Saturday night March 23.
Each match is a must see event experience that only your own eyes can bring to life. Here is a little taste we captured throughout the NCAA tournament.
The fighters have weighed in and the bouts are set for tomorrow night's Madtown Throwdown 29 card in Madison, Wisconsin. Make sure to check out the photos from tonights weigh-ins courtesy of Grant Krull and check back tomorrow for event coverage.
While there could have been more butts in the seats on Thursday night in Green Bay the action inside the cage was frantic as the Rogue Warrior Championships invaded the Oneida Casino.
Highlighted by a number of definitive stoppages – five within the first round – Rogue featured impressive wins from Mike Rhodes, Gerald Meerschaert, Darrill Schoonover and five others. Check out the best photos from the night from USCS Reporter Jeff Tackmier.
NAFC Colosseum Photo Highlights: Pettis vs. Haney, Glenn vs. Spain, Ortiz vs. Robinson, and Gauthier vs. Lozano
North American Fighting Championship "Colosseum" showcased a number of emerging prospects such as Sergio Pettis, Rick Glenn, and Matt Gauthier that look to have very bright futures in the sport of mixed martial arts.
Check out some of the best photos from Friday's NAFC card including Sergio Pettis vs. Chris Haney, Rick Glenn vs. Charon Spain, Josh Robinson vs. Dustin Ortiz, and Matt Gauthier vs. Isreal Lozano.
NAFC Colosseum Photo Highlights: Coulliard vs. Carter, Rhodes vs. Ottow, Barber vs. Bowar, DeNatale vs. Osborne
North American Fighting Championship "Colosseum" featured some of the bloodiest battles to hit Wisconsin in recent memory. One bout in particular, Rob Coulliard versus Aaron Carter, painted the NAFC canvas more red than white.
Take a look at some of the best pictures from a handful of fights from NAFC "Colosseum" including Coulliard vs. Carter, Mike Rhodes against Zak Ottow, James Barber's first round submission over Jamie Bowar, and Augusto DeNatale's strange stoppage of Cody Osborne.
North American Fighting Championship "Colosseum" electrified the Milwaukee crowd on Friday night with a plethora of top-notch fights from start to finish.
Check out all of the best photo highlights from the event's amateur card that featured impressive performances from Elias Garcia, Nate Jennerman, Ben Wilson, Kevin Morris, Aaron Drouse, and Ryan Pang.
The weights were on point, the competitors were hungry, and the Roufusport Academy was packed. Check out all the photo highlights from tonight’s North American Fighting Championship “Colosseum” weigh-ins.
Madtown Throwdown 27 put on a show that mixed martial arts fans across the state won’t soon forget. Dominating performances by Lenny Nelson, Andrew Trace and Tyler Hellenbrand stole the headlines, as did two other top-notch fights.
Make sure to take a look at all of the best pictures from the Madtown Throwdown main card that includes the aforementioned competitors, a battle between Josh Sterry and Jimmy Zidek, and the fight pitting Eugene Crisler against Jose Pacheco.
Earlier this month Fight Me MMA invaded St. Charles with a full fight card of exciting action that culminated in a submission victory for Zach Freeman over Bryant Whitaker.
Make sure to stop in and check out all of the best photo highlights of the night courtesy of USCS photographer Jim Range.
Championship Fighting Alliance Weigh-Ins Heated Between Palomino and Warfield, Title Fight Green Lit (PHOTOS)
Fighters, fans, and media gathered at the Miccosukee Resort & Gaming Casino last night for the Championship Fighting Alliance's weigh-ins for tonight's CFA 06 event.
CFA 06's much hyped main event is scheduled to be a 155-pound championship fight between Luis Palomino and James Warfield. There was an initial scare as Warfield initially tipped the scales just over 158-pounds.
But never fear, "The Unbreakable Heavy Hitter" was given an allotted time to try and cut the remaining pounds and eventually made the cut to 156.25-pounds. Earlier today the CFA official website announced earlier today that the "green light was given" to both fighters.
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