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  • Lou Neglia has "no jealousy" towards King of the Cage

    Ring of Combat founder and former kickboxing champion Lou Nelgia says that he has “no jealousy” towards fellow feeder organization King of the Cage as the long time industry staple moves to the east coast. While King of the Cage and Ring of Combat have long duked it out in the eyes of the pundits for which one is the essential penultimate promotion on the way to the big show, Neglia sees both organizations putting on shows in the same region as good for the sport and good for business.
  • Daniel Viscaya puts it all online preparing for M-1 Selection Americas Finals

    On September 18, undefeated prospect Daniel Viscaya will be facing Byron Byrd, who has also never seen a mark in the L column, in the M-1 Global Selection Americas finals in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Against a fellow young up and comer who shares his propensity for first round finishes, Viscaya has found a way to distance himself from his opponent pre-fight by getting himself closer to the fans.
  • Spotlight on local prospects: Anthony Serrano

    Undefeated amateur prospect from the Saugerties based New York Top Team, Anthony Serrano will be making his professional debut this October at Brick City Fighting Championship in Newark, New Jersey. The spotlight interview shines on Serrano as part of the continuing series bringing the Mid-Atlantic in touch with their home grown up and comers.
  • ATT knockout artist Byron Byrd ready for the M-1 Selection finals

    American Top Team's newest knockout artist Byron Byrd carries the lofty Floridian banner to the finals of the M-1 Selection Americas tournament next month in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Though he only has two professional bouts under his belt, Byrd has joined a majority of his teammates in slicing through the competition in M-1's single elimination search for new talent.
  • Spotlight on local prospects: Bradley Desir

    185 pound Fight Lab Promotions amateur title holder and New York born and bred Bradley Desir will be stepping into the cage again for Virginia's Onslaught Fights this Saturday. Desir, a student of New York Jiu-Jitsu and New York Combat Sambo, holds a 3-2 amateur record with all his fights taking place in the Virginia and North Carolina circuits. As part of the continuing “Spotlight” series, this young up and comer equates himself with the Mid-Atlantic fan base:
  • Spotlight on local prospects: Matt Stemmler

    Gold Medal Grappling's Matt Stemmler is readying himself for his next challenge, a title shot at Battlefield Fighting Championships July 16th. This week, MATCS shines the spotlight on the Virginia amateur circuit staple as part of a continuing series bringing Mid-Atlantic fans closer to their local up and coming talent. Below is a transcript of an interview with Stemmler:
  • Spotlight on local prospects: Steven Baker

    Steven Baker is one of the top prospects coming out of Delaware, the small state that is big into MMA. Though Baker has fought professionally in MMA before, a submission win in Ocean City, MD last month made some noise for the up and comer. Now, in spite of both working and training full time, Baker is anxious to get back in the cage. Below is a transciption of an interview with Bakers as part of the continuing 'Spotlight' series that equates Mid-Atlantic fans with the fighters coming out of their home town:
  • Spotlight on local Prospects: Kevin Killian

    Kevin Killian represents the top talent coming out of Ocean City, MD. The decorated grappler brought home a decisive win in his professional debut on June 19th. The spotlight interview shines on Killian as part of the continuing series bringing the Mid-Atlantic in touch with their own combat sports up and comers. Interview transcript below:
  • The next generation of Philly MMA fighter, Nah-Shon Burrell

    Nah-Shon Burrell is an exciting young striker fighting out of The Fight Firm in Philadelphia, PA. He just won his professional debut in Ocean City, MD by TKO. The Philly native is an MMA star in the making. Below is a transcript of an interview with Nah-shon. Photo gallery after the jump.
  • Spotlight on local prospects: Ravon Dixon

    The Fightcraftsman Gym is home for many of Maryland's top MMA amateur fighters, including Ravon "Charm City Bad Boy" Dixon. The well rounded fighter has logged wins by TKO and submission and is currently training for a bout at the next Onslaught Fights in August. The Spotlight series to equate the Mid-Atlantic with its future stars continues with an interview with Dixon, transcibed below:

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