Mixed Martial Arts – “Rage in the Cage 166”
The MMA or Mixed Martial Arts had its early beginnings in the ancient Greece as an olympic contact sport. In the late 19th century a hybrid of martial arts started to gain popularity until it became a recognized discipline in the 1960´s and 1970´s with promoters like: Bruce Lee and Jeet Kune Do.
The sport had a definite peak in 2006 when a rematch between UFC light heavyweight champion Chuck Liddell and former champion Tito Ortiz became one of the most sold boxing events of all times.
Some of the disciplines apply in the sport include:
- Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
- Muay Thai
- Tae kwon do
- Amateur Wrestling (including Freestyle, Greco-Roman, and American Folkstyle)
The MMA/UFC has several events during the year such as: Rage In The Cage #166 (Extreme cagefighting) which is a premier mixed martial arts showcase, where fighters from around the state (Arizona in this case) where it takes place compete in several weight classes to select the the ultimate champion.
The following are some of the latest results:
Richard Palencia ( 136 ), ACS won by submission ( guillotine choke ), 2:09 Rd 1 Ben Katsor ( 146 ), Thunderdome Gym
Nathaniel Abril ( 174 ), Stafford MMA won by KO, :29 Rd 1 Ryan Courtney ( 167 ), Phoenix JKD/Globe JKD
Edwin Louis ( 172 ), Thunderdome MMA won by technical submission ( arm bar ), :30 Rd 1 Eric Self ( 165 ), Freestyle
Kyle Kaaihue-Kaimiola ( 167 ), ACS won by decision 3-0 ( 29-27, 29-27, 29-27 ) Ray Reese ( 160 ), The Lab
Jarnell Miranda ( 203 ), Gracie AZ won by submission ( americana ), 1:05 Rd 3 Robert Ramos ( 184 ), Freestyle
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