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  • New Jersey's On Point BJJ Academy to hold charity seminar benefiting wounded warriors

    This Sunday, Nov. 3, On Point Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy in Lodi, N.J. will host a charity seminar to raise awareness and funds for a greater cause, wounded warriors. The seminar which will be instructed mostly by brown and black belts from various local BJJ schools begins at 10 a.m. and runs til noon.
  • Worlds Collide: Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies film to be released

    The film may not be released in time for Halloween, however, the trailer available on YouTube sets the mood for the upcoming fright nightpitting two highly unlikelyfoes up against one another. No its not Alien vs. Predator or Freddy vs. Jason.Instead.....Pro wrestlers vs. Zombies.
  • Meet Pennsylvania’s newest fight promoter – Jeff Darienzo - Fighter, judge, referee….promoter of ECCM, East Coast Caged Monkey MMA

    When you ask the casual mixed martial arts fan when it was that they started watching the sport, most will tell you....”the beginning man. I watched UFC 1 live,” yet they could not tell you who Royce Gracie defeated to win the organization’s first event that November night in Colorado back in 1993. Jeff Darienzo is actually one those fans who has been there and has done that. How do we know? Because I have been friends with and known Jeff for more than 20 plus years.
  • UFC's Jim Miller to be inducted in New Jersey State Mixed Martial Arts Hall of Fame

    New Jersey’s Jim Miller (22-4-1)will be inducted in the state’s Martial Arts Hall of Fame later this year. Miller who began training MMA in 2005 along with his brother and fellow UFC fighter, Dan, began his roots in wrestling on the Sparta High School team followed later by Virginia Tech. Miller is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt under Jamie Cruz and will join a who’s who list of names to be inducted into the 2013 class.
  • The Gracie blueprint - Team Chamber MMA breaks down Patishnock's back-to-back Gracie wins

    It is not often you will find the last name ‘Gracie’ in the losing column when searching an opposing fighter’s win-loss record and it is even more rare to discover a mixed martial artist has beaten two Gracies back to back. Rich Patisnock, now 6-1, did just that this past weekend at World Series of Fighting 5 at the Revel Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, N.J when he earned a unanimous decision victory over Gregor Gracie.
  • MMA Training- Taking Sparring to a Science

    For those looking to be competitive in the Mixed Martial Arts scene, there are so many stepping stones that one much go through in order to sharpen their skills. Hours in the gym dedicating time to your craft, drilling positions, shadow boxing, hitting the pads, lifting weights, etc. is only a slice of the pie when it comes to the work behind MMA. After you spend hours in the gym, day-after-day, you head home and spend hours at home and at work making sure you eat clean and are treating your body right. Getting adequate sleep, proper hydration, etc. can be very nit-picky, but it’s helpful.
  • Marines use martial arts to hone combat readiness

    A 28 x 28 foot structure was completed in June to serve as a training facility for the active duty and reserve component Marines of Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 25th Marine Corps Regiment at Picatinny Arsenal, N.J. This “pit,” as it is called, is where the Marines train and qualify for different belt levels in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program, also known as MCMAP.
  • Albrights are alright, brothers victorious at XFE 25

    Brett Martinez made quick work of Dean Lavin in the headlining bout of XFE 25 (Xtreme Fight Events) at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, Pa., Aug. 17. Martinez, a Bellator and Cage Fury Fighting Championship veteran earned his sixth career win and righted his ship after a loss to Scott “the Animal” Heckman in February. Martinez submitted Lavin with a standing guillotine choke in the first round.
  • The Ultimate Fighter Season 18 cast announced

    In the 17 seasons prior to the September 4 launch of the Ultimate Fighter 18 men and women have never lived and or trained together as one. Next month television ratings will reveal whether the UFC’s decision to go co-ed has paid off. Coached by two of the most notable women in women’s MMA, UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and challenger, Meisha Tate, 16 female and 16 males will look to become the next Ultimate Fighter.
  • Carmelo Marrero headlines this weekend’s XFE 25 at Bethlehem’s Sands Casino

    Xtreme Fight Events (XFE) invades the Sands Bethlehem Event Center this Saturday night, August 17 with XFE 25 with an exciting night of fights including the opening rounds of the 155 and 145 pound amateur tournaments. In the night’s professional fights, Carmelo Marrero (UFC, WEC, Bellator and IFL veteran) will headline the card defending his light heavyweight championship against challenger Johnny Curtis (8-2).

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