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  • National Promotion Legacy FC Comes to Route 66 Casino April 4th.

    Texas based MMA promotion Legacy Fighting Championship has cemented a name for themselves by putting together top caliber cards with a mix of seasoned vets and unheralded fighters with good pedigrees.

    April 4th Legacy 30 will be presented live from the Legends Theatre at Laguna's Route 66 Casino, just minutes west of Albuquerque. The show is a collaboration with Fresquez Productions who have promoted several sold out shows at the Legends Theatre. 

  • Southwest Grapplefest 13 at Cleveland High School April 12th

    Come get your jits on at the Southwest's Largest Grappling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu event. Southwest Grapplefest 13 will be held April 12th at Cleveland High School in Rio Rancho, NM.

    The Combat Sports Club has been organizing the Grapplefest series since 2007. As the grapple arts continue to grow so does attendance at the tournaments. Grapplefest was the first to offer a double elimination format, always putting athletes first.

    To find out more or to register visit them at

  • Former world champion boxer Antonio Cermeno found shot to death

    Former world champion boxer Antonio Cermeno was kidnapped and killed in his native Venezuela, police said Tuesday.

    Cermeno, a World Boxing Association (WBA) super bantamweight (max weight 122 pounds) and featherweight (max weight 126 pounds) champion in the 1990s, was found shot to death Tuesday on a road in the central state of Miranda, local police chief Eliseo Guzman said.

  • Grapplefest 12 Big Success in the City of Crosses

    The Combat Sports Club returned to Las Cruces this month to host their second event ever in the City of Crosses. Southwest Grapplefest 12 was held at the new Las Cruces Convention Center which comfortably held the 350 competitiors and 1100 spectators in attendance.

    The competitors came mostly from CO, OK, NM, AZ and TX, but a pair of fighters flew in from California and a trio of competitors came all the way from Chihuaha Mexico.

  • Holm and Werner Headline Legacy's NM Debut at Route 66 April 4th

    Several regional and national MMA promotions have found their way to New Mexico the past few years.  The latest to recognize New Mexico's potential is Legacy, who announced an April 4th show Headlined by Holly Holm, 6-0 in MMA.

    Today Legacy CEO Nick Maynard and co-promoter Lenny Fresquez held a press conference with several of the fighters in attendance.

  • Huge New Medals Are In for Grapplefest 12 Sign Up and Save Now!

    Southwest Grapplefest 12 is scheduled for February 8th at the modern Las Cruces Convention Center in Las Cruces, New Mexico. This is the first of 2014 for Albuquerque based organizers Combat Sports Club. The Grapplefest series has become a favorite amongst BJJ practitioners around the Southwest, for it's large attendance and double elimination format. Many former competitors have made their way to the UFC as well as podiums of the world's largest tournaments. Grapplefest 12 is open to competitors of all ages and skill levels. Get registered or find out more at

  • Fighter Predictions for UFC 168: Silva vs. Weidman 2, Rousey vs. Tate 2

    This Saturday, Dec. 28, could possibly mark the greatest selling pay-per-view in mixed martial arts history as fans are treated to not one but two spectacular rematches, both scheduled for five rounds as two champions will look to defend their titles.

    Newly crowned middleweight champion Chris Weidman will defend against the legend he dethroned earlier this summer in Anderson 'the Spider' Silva while in the women's bantamweight division, Ronda Rousey looks to take home not only her prized title but also the arm of arch nemesis, Miesha 'Cupcake' Tate.

    20 pro fighters were asked who they are predicting to win.  Several current and former world champions weighed in on the two title fights and their responses may shock you.

  • The Evolution of TITLE Boxing and TITLE MMA

    The largest online mixed martial arts superstore, TITLE MMA, didn’t just pop out of nowhere. In fact, TITLE MMA evolved from boxing to both a boxing and MMA megastore.

    TITLE Boxing started primarily as a boxing equipment company. That being said, mixed martial arts (MMA) and kickboxing have used boxing and boxing equipment as a part of their training regimes, and it was a natural progression for TITLE Boxing to expand its offering to more specialized equipment for other combat sports.

  • Search for the first Miss U.S. Combat Sports

    Calling all ladies, calling all ladies.

    U.S. Combat Sports is searching for the first ever Miss U.S. Combat Sports.

    If you believe you have what it takes to be voted in as Miss U.S. Combat Sports all you need to do is send us a photo of you holding a sign that says ""

  • Southwest Graaplefest Heads to Las Cruces February 8th

    SW Grapplefest 12 is scheduled for February 8, 2014 at the new Las Cruces Convention Center. Last year's Grapplefest 8 was the first in Las Cruces for the Combat Sports Club and had over 350 competitors in attendance.

    Based on the success of Grapplefest 8 the City of Las Cruces reached out in an effort to find a better venue. The Las Cruces Convention Center is barely a year old and has all the ammenities of a first class event center.

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