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CROWN FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP - III

    Wed, 2005-05-18 22:37 — Marco Perez

    Saturday - May 28th, 2005 in Rosarito Beach, Baja - Mexico

    "Corona Plaza Hotel" in Rosarito Beach will host CFC`s third and latest production to include for its first time a combined card of both MMA and Muay Thai (K-1 rules) fights.

    Featured bouts will pit some of the most exciting fighters from both sides of the border.

    Jose Fernando Hernandez (trained by his uncle Pedro "Pit Bull" Fernandez, Mexico`s Heavyweight Muay Thai Champion and 2X K-1 USA veteran) is rapidly establishing himself as one of Mexico`s top heavyweights. He will face San Diego`s own sensational fighter Justin Carver fighting out of Beltran`s Boxing Zone.

    Mike "El Verdugo" Seal (KOTC veteran and Reto Maximo`s Super Fight Champion) will have his second Muay Thai outing testing his skills against Ensenada`s champion Pedro Bio in a "No Blinking Allowed" matchup.

    Angel Santibañez (Reto Maximo MMA veteran from Ensenada`s Power Gym) will follow up on his recent victory obtaining the State of Baja Amateur Kick Boxing title, to hold his first pro Muay Thai bout versus undefeated Gabriel Medina fighting out of Pit Bull Gym in Tijuana.

    Eric Osorio, yet another outstanding Kick Boxer out of Pit Bull`s, will face the talented Dave Penuala representing the highly regarded LA Boxing Gym in Los Angeles, CA.

    Joey Alvarado (KOTC and CFC veteran out of La Raza MMA / Machado Jiu-Jitsu) will honor his pending matchup versus also CFC veteran Tony Garcia (representing the prestigious Beverly Hills Jiu-Jitsu and Chute Boxe USA camps) in Beverly Hills, CA. Both fighters are very well rounded…
    expected to be among the most exiting bouts of the night.

    Chuck Costello (head of American Freestyle Fighting team in Lake Havasu, AZ) will have his second MMA showing when he faces always game Josh Tamsen (representing Tangaloo Fight Team) in Tijuana. Costello, also a fight promoter, seems unable to stand still and decided to give it a shot stepping up to the pro fight arena.

    Manuel Villegas (CFC veteran fighting out of local Mexico MMA team) faces promising talent in Balam Reyes making his debut out of Temecula, CA.

    Also scheduled to fight are: Cedric Marks, Justin Jorgensen, Stacy Hakes, Don Rocco, Cesar Vazquez, Luis Eduardo Munguia, Jose Valenzuela, and Joel Luis.
    Matchups for these fighters are yet to be confirmed.

    Larry Landless acting as Official Referee.

    Fight card subject to change*

    What: Crown Fighting Championship - III / MMA & Muay Thai (K-1 Rules) card.
    Where: "Corona Plaza Hotel" in Rosarito Beach, Baja - Mexico
    When: Saturday - May 28th. 2005

    Tickets: $20.00 & $25.00 dollars
    Time: Fight Card to start at 7:30 PM
    Hotel reservations & general info: www.coronaspringbreak.com

    Crown Fighting Championship is sanctioned by:
    The State Association of Pankration Athlima in Baja, Mexico

    Don`t miss this wild, fun, and action packed weekend in Rosarito!!!

    Marco Perez (Tony)
    Reto Maximo & CFC - Producer
    Email: kronos1@telnor.net
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    Phn. (664) 675-4166 MEX
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