MMA Fireworks Explode At Marriott
Seven Bout SummerFist II Show Set For July 6th
Plus Meet Affliction Banned Fighters
Top Orange County Band In Concert!
No need to waste gas and drive to see a fireworks show on Friday, July 4th at an outdoor venues, instead make the short drive to Irvine for SummerFist II on Sunday, July 6th at 3pm in the Grand Ballroom of the Irvine Marriott. It will be indoor fireworks Mixed Martial Arts style, as Roy Englebrecht Events presents SummerFist II.
Seven big bouts will mark the third installment of the Battle In The Ballroom's Fist Series, and will feature former Gladiator Challenge Lightweight Champion Juliano Prado vs hard hitting Thor Skanke. SummerFist II will definitely have an Orange County flavor, as seven fighters live and train in the OC.
In the second featured bout, Josh Griggs from The Boxing Club squares off against tough King of the Cage fighter Miguel Cosio from Sparta MMA.
You won't want to miss No Limits Brian Abrams vs tough Luke Adams, who had a controversial loss to Andy Prudencio at SpringFist. Two hard hitting Muay Thai and stand up fighters will face off as Cesar Macias from OC Muay Thai in Orange meets pro debuter Sterling Trotter. From Tito Ortiz's HB Ultimate Training Center its John Sassone facing Irvine's MMA Headquarters Tommy Peralta; and from the Gracie Academy its Jarrod Kwity meeting debuter Marcos Gonzalez. The entire fight card can be seen at www.battleintheballroom.com.
And the action will also be happening outside the ring as the mega Affliction Banned show on July 19th at the Honda Center will be sending about five fighters on the card to meet SummerFist fans and sign Affliction Banned posters. Plus Honda Center Sales Personnel will be present for a special SummerFist promotion. Purchase two tickets to Affliction and receive a free Affliction Banned T-Shirt, a $30 value. Buy four tickets and get two T-Shirts. Check out The Greatest Heavyweight Battle Ever Held In A Ring - Affliction Banned at www.afflictionbanned.com
Be sure to get to the Marriott early, because when the doors open at 2pm the popular Orange County band Think Tank will be in concert. Fresh off their second CD, the San Juan Capistrano band blends raw rock and funk rhythm with power vocals and a dash of electronica.