Saturday, November 11, 2017

Valley Fight Night Results from L.A.

BY DAVID A. AVILA

LOS ANGELES-A vibrant crowd showed up to watch a very long Bash Boxing Promotions fight card on Friday night.

Though the fight card wasn’t the size of those put on in Mexico, it provided nonstop action at Sportsman’s Lodge before a packed crowd in Studio City. The boxing lineup showcased mostly talent from the San Fernando Valley and inner city Los Angeles area.

A super welterweight clash saw Jessy Martinez (8-0) out-work Nam Phan (3-5-1) behind a stiff left jab and sharp punching in the first two rounds. Then Pham stepped on the gas and was battering Martinez who waited for the proper moment to unleash a withering counter-attack. Martinez was banging Pham around the ring when referee Jerry Cantu decided to stop the fight at 1:30 of the third round.

“I feel great it was good,” said Martinez. “Nam is an impressive fighter he kept that pressure going.”

Martinez, who fights out of Tarzana, the town named for the movie hero Tarzan many years ago, was several inches taller than Phan and possesses a crisp effective jab. He used it wisely the first two rounds.

Pham also fights in MMA and like most of those fighters he is willing to exchange freely. But he ran into a few punches especially in the third round and though he never went down, he was being smacked around the ring and couldn’t stop the onslaught. It was a wise stoppage and allows Pham to fight again in the near future.

Miguel Alcantara (4-0) managed to avoid an upset by the clever southpaw Adrian Rodriguez (2-10-1) in a featherweight match that saw both have their moments. After four rounds the judges saw Alcantara (pictured in the white trunks) as the winner by unanimous decision. Rodriguez continuously befuddles opponents with his darting style but was unable to connect as frequently as Alcantara.

Stephen Pichardo (2-1) used his taller height and longer reach to an immediate advantage against Donnis Reed (0-2) and floored the smaller fighter with a right hand blast. Reed beat the count and was allowed to continue but was met with a left hook and wicked right cross that folded him like an old accordion.

Rudy Garcia (6-0) survived a horrible gash high on his forehead due to a clash of heads to win by unanimous decision against Yezber Romero (2-6) in a four round bantamweight clash. No knockdowns were scored and all judges scored it for Garcia.

A battle between two debuting middleweights saw Albert Leyva (1-0) floor Sheldon Payne (0-1) twice before referee Jack Reiss stopped the fight at 1:37 of the first round. The first knockdown saw Leyva deliver a crunching right that sent Payne crashing against the ropes and down. The second knockdown saw Leyva deliver another right that crushed Payne even worse than the first knockdown. The referee allowed the fight to continue but a five-punch combination saw the referee decide it was enough and stopped the fight.

Stelios Papadopoulos (9-0-1) out-muscled Martin Martinez (17-13-1) for six rounds to win by unanimous decision. Papadopoulos floored Martinez in the sixth round with an overhand right but the fight continued until the final bell. The judge’s scores were 60-53, 58-55, 59-54 Papadopoulos.

Alex Enriquez (4-0-3) held and wrestled his way to a majority decision win over Victor Torres (2-7-1) after a four round super bantamweight contest. The fight was marred by constant holding by Enriquez who won by scores 38-38, and 39-37 twice.

Valley Fight Night continues today with an MMA card at the same location, the Sportsman’s Lodge on Coldwater Canyon and Ventura Blvd.

Saturday, November 4, 2017

OFFICIAL WEIGHTS FOR TOMORROW NIGHT’S CXF 10: FALL BRAWL


@ SPORTSMEN’S LODGE IN STUDIO CITY
AND STREAMING LIVE ON FITE TV
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Tomas Landeros vs. Eric Van Der Lee
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Chris Mendoza vs. Chris Sykes
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Sergio Perez vs. Pious Jr Enilolobo
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Vince Cachero vs. Ryan Lilley
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Milton Arguello vs. Gary Mikayelyan
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Serob Minasyan vs. Brandon Van Cleave
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Richard Leroy vs. Christian Aguilera
 The OFFICIAL WEIGH-IN for CXF 10: FALL BRAWL has taken place for tomorrow night’s CALIFORNIA XTREME FIGHTINGprofessional MMA show at the World Famous Sportsmen’s Lodge, located at 4234 Coldwater Canyon Blvd. in Studio City, California.
Here are the OFFICIAL WEIGHTS:
Tomas Landeros 126
vs.
Eric Van Der Lee 128
Chris Sykes 135
vs.
Chris Mendoza 132.8
Sergio Perez 149
vs.
Pious Jr Enilolobo 150
Ryan Lilley 135.4
vs.
Vince Cachero 134.8
Gary Mikayelyan 143
vs.
Milton Arguello 139.6
Serob Minasyan 151.2
vs.
Brandon Van Cleave 149
Richard Leroy 161
vs.
Christian Aguilera 159.6
Steve Ramirez 130
vs.
George Garcia 130
Fans unable to attend tomorrow’s show will nevertheless be able to tune in and watch all of the action live on FITE TV.
Start time is 7:00pm (Pacific) and the live stream will cost a suggested retail price of $14.99.
The live stream can be ordered by going to the following link:

To watch CXF 10: FALL BRAWL on FITE TV, download the FITE app and then cast the fight to the big screen by using the instant stream-to-TV function. The FITE app works with any Wi-Fi connected television around the world, iOS and Android devices, as well as streaming devices such as Roku, Chromecast and more. Fans may also watch the fights live on the FITE website at www.fite.tv from any computer.
CXF 10: FALL BRAWL is presented by Lights Out Promotions and Bash Entertainment, and takes place on Saturday, November 4, 2017 at Sportsmen's Lodge Event Center located at 4234 Coldwater Canyon Ave. (cross street Ventura Blvd.) in Studio City, California.
Tickets can be purchased online at www.CXFMMA.com or you can view all the action live on FITE TV for $14.99.
Doors Open at 6:30pm; First Bout at 7:00pm. All bouts are subject to change.

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George Garcia vs. Steve Ramirez

OFFICIAL WEIGHTS FOR TOMMORROW’S VALLEY FIGHT NIGHT


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LIMITED RESERVED TICKETS STILL AVAILABE
AND STREAMING LIVE ON FITE TV
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Bash BoxingZACHARY WOHLMAN
vs. MORIS RODRIGUEZ
Bash BoxingNAM PHAN vs. JESSY MARTINEZ
Bash BoxingMARTIN ANGEL MARTINEZ
vs. STELIOS PAPADOPOULOS 
Bash BoxingDAMIEN LOPEZ vs. DERION CHAPMAN
Bash BoxingJORDAN MARRIOTT vs. BRANDYN LYNCH
Bash BoxingADRIAN RODRIGUEZ
vs. MIGUEL ALCANTARA
Bash BoxingALBERT LEYVA vs. SHELDON PAYNE 
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ALEXANDER ENRIQUEZ
vs. VICTOR TORRES
 The OFFICIAL WEIGH-IN for tomorrow night’s VALLEY FIGHT took place at THE SIX RESTAURANT in Studio City.  10 Bouts are official for tomorrow night at the World Famous Sportsmen’s Lodge, located at 4234 Coldwater Canyon Blvd. in Studio City, California.
Here are the OFFICIAL WEIGHTS:
ZACHARY WOHLMAN 149.0 
vs.
MORIS RODRIGUEZ 149.5
JESSY MARTINEZ 152
vs.
NAM PHAN 152
STELIOS PAPADOPOULOS 141
vs.
MARTIN ANGEL MARTINEZ 139.5
DAMIEN LOPEZ 146.6
vs.
DERION CHAPMAN 146.6
BRANDYN LYNCH 153.5
vs.
JORDAN MARRIOTT 155.2
MIGUEL ALCANTARA 121.6
vs.
ADRIAN RODRIGUEZ 123.6
STEVEN PICHARDO 158.6
vs.
DONNIS REED 159.5
ALBERT LEYVA 165.5
vs.
SHELDON PAYNE 165.5
RUDY GARCIA 116
vs.
YEZBER ROMERO 115.4
ALEXANDER ENRIQUEZ 120
vs.
VICTOR TORRES 120
Fans unable to attend tomorrow’s show will nevertheless be able to tune in and watch all of the action live on FITE TV.
Start time is 7:00pm (Pacific) and the live stream will cost a suggested retail price of $14.99.
The live stream can be ordered by going to the following link:

To watch VALLEY FIGHT NIGHT on FITE TV, download the FITE app and then cast the fight to the big screen by using the instant stream-to-TV function. The FITE app works with any Wi-Fi connected television around the world, iOS and Android devices, as well as streaming devices such as Roku, Chromecast and more. Fans may also watch the fights live on the FITE website at www.fite.tv from any computer.
If you plan to attend VALLEY FIGHT NIGHT, tickets can still be bought online at www.ValleyFightNight.com or at the door.
All bouts are subject to change.


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    RUDY GARCIA vs. YEZBER ROMERO



CXF FLYWEIGHT TITLE BOUT: LAST WORDS

Steve Ramirez vs. George Garcia
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 From the moment the CALIFORNIA XTREME FIGHTING (CXF) banner was dusted off from a 7-year absence and resurrected by Lights Out Promotions and Bash Entertainment, fight fans have received a steady burst of sports entertainment unmatched by any other promotion in Southern California. The introduction of CXF Championship Title Bouts and Tournamentshas upped the ante even higher. As local fighters clamor for a chance to hoist up CXF gold, the World Famous Sportsmen's Lodge in Studio City looks to expand seating to accommodate the already capacity crowds.
This Saturday's CXF 10: FALL BRAWL will be no different.  Saturday November 4th marks the 10th CXF MMA show in 20 months and will be highlighted by yet another CXF TITLE BOUT as Champion Steve Ramirez takes on worthy challenger Georgie Garcia.
The Clinch Report's Jonathan King spoke to both fighters on the eve of CXF title tilt:
Steve Ramirez
(CXF FLYWEIGHT CHAMPION)
TCR: What does the CXF Flyweight title represent to you as a fighter?
SR: "This title represents a step closer to making this sport a career."
TCR: What do you know about your opponent?
SR: "He is a good wrestler / muay thai fighter."
TCR: How would you describe California Xtreme Fighting as a promotion?
SR: "It's the the door to the big show. CXF is a great promotion for Californian up-and-coming fighters. Every fight is well matched which is why I've never seen an event that lacks exciting fights in CXF."
TCR: Look into your crystal ball, and predict how the fight will play out?
SR:  "I will frustrate him with my striking and he will rely on his wrestling. That is when I will catch him in a scramble with a submission. That's if he doesn't get knocked out before he tries to wrestle. Overall, it will be a great entertaining fight."
Georgie Garcia
(CHALLENGER)
TCR: What does the CXF Flyweight title represent to you as a fighter?
GG: "The CXF flyweight title means a lot to me. More than just a belt. It represents the hard work I put in to get to this position. It represents one giant step in my career. And it represents a story."
TCR: What do you know about your opponent?
GG:  "I know a lot about my opponent. We were supposed to fight at the beginning of our pro careers. He's a strong southpaw who has a good left hand."
TCR: How would you describe California Xtreme Fighting as a promotion?
GG: "CXF as a promotion is a great show. They've done a fantastic job at putting on exciting fights and getting all the fighters exposure on the local circuit. And for the local fans, it's a great opportunity to come and watch these fights. In one word the show is described as "fireworks""
TCR: Look into your crystal ball, and predict how the fight will play out?
GG: "In my crystal ball, I predict me winning. Becoming the new flyweight champion. Whether it be a finish or a decision. No doubt in my mind I will be raising the belt."
CXF 10: 'FALL BRAWL' is presented by Lights Out Promotions and Bash Entertainment and takes place on Saturday, November 4, 2017 at Sportsmen's Lodge in Studio City, California.
Doors Open at 6:30pm. First Bout at 7:00pm
All bouts subject to change.
FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:
ONLINE - www.MMATIXX.com 
PHONE - 1-844-MMA-TIXX (662-8499)

Valley Fight Night Pro Boxing Show Returns This Friday


Sportsmen's Lodge in Studio City, California
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 The ONLY regular professional boxing show in the 818 returns to the World Famous Sportsmen's Lodge Events Center in Studio City, Californiaon Friday, November 3, 2017 as our newest sponsor, GALPIN MAZDA, presents another installment of VALLEY FIGHT NIGHT. Some of the best young boxing prospects in Southern California will once again be on display as Bash Boxing, Lights Out Promotions, andPR Sports have scheduled 10 professional boxing bouts featuring several boxers from the San Fernando Valley.
The red hot trend of BOXERS vs. MMA FIGHTERS will be in full effect as FOUR bouts will feature MMA fighters vs. Boxers in the Valley Fight Night ring.
First, Tarzana's undefeated Jessy "El Mago" Martinez (7-0 Boxing) will take on former UFC, Bellator, and Strikeforce veteran Nam Phan (21-17 MMA, 3-4-1 Boxing) in a 6 round Super Welterweight bout.  Phan is well known in MMAcircles through his appearances on the The Ultimate Fighter and garnering multiple Fight of The Night accolades in the UFC. Phan has also challenged for the Strikeforce Lightweight World Title challenger versus Josh Thompsonand captured the  King of Pancrase Featherweight Champioinship in Japan. Martinez has risen up the boxing ranks with two spectacular stoppages in 2017 and looks to close out the year with another victory against his toughest foe to date.
Then, Burbank's Damien Lopez (3-0-1 Boxing)will take on local MMA favorite in Reseda's Derion "The Thriller" Chapman (4-7-1 MMA, 1-0 Boxing) over 4 rounds.  Lopez has shown a penchant for thrilling bouts in his young boxing career with an all-action style. Southpaw Chapman went undefeated as an MMA amateur with a 3-0 record and has been a fixture on the CXF MMA shows at Sportsmen's LodgeChapman made an impressive debut in the ring by knocking down and then winning a unanimous decision against Kevin Vasquez last June.
Also, The Valley's own Brandyn Lynch (2-1 Boxing) returns to Sportsmen's Lodge where he has already knocked out MMA fighter Christian Camp to face yet another Pro MMA fighter turned boxer in popular import Jordan Marriott (5-9 MMA, 1-3-2 Boxing) in a four round Middleweight bout.  Marriott entertained the Studio City faithful during the last Valley Fight Night with a hard fought draw against undefeated Travis Gambardlla (2-0-2) last August and took local favorite Bryan Flores (6-1) to the limit in a close majority decision loss in June.
Finally, Gardena's Stephen Pichardo (1-1 Boxing) will face off against MMA's Donnis Reed (5-4 MMA, 0-1 Boxing) in a four round Middleweight.
Also featured on the November 3rd Valley Fight Night card will be San Fernando Valley fixture Zachary Wohlman (10-2-2) taking on Moris Rodriguez (6-10-1) in a six round Welterweight bout.  Wohlman is the focus of the critically acclaimed Why We Fight show on Verizon's go90 network and executive produced by Ronda Rousey.  Rodriguez is no stranger to upsets, posting wins against previously undefeated boxers David Lopez (4-0) and Jonathan Chicas (8-0), and Bret de la Torre (2-0).
Rounding out the November 3rd Valley Fight Night card are the following scheduled bouts:
Wildard Boxing Club's Light Welterweight undefeated import from Greece Stelios Papadopoulos (8-0-1) takes on Martin Angel Martiniez (17-12).
South El Monte's Miguel Alcantara (3-0) takes on Adrian Rodriguez (2-9-1) over four rounds at Super Bantamweight.
Glendale's Alexander Enriquez (3-0-3) battles Victor Torres (2-6-1) in a four round bout at Super Bantamweight.
Duarte's Albert Leyva (0-0) makes his Super Middleweight professional debut against North Hollywood's Francisco Alfaro (0-1) in a four round bout.
L.A's undefeated Bantamweight prospect Rudy Garcia (5-0) faces fellow Los Angeleno Yezber Romero (2-5) over 4 rounds.

Tickets to VALLEY FIGHT NIGHT can be purchased online at:
www.ValleyFightNight.com.
Doors Open at 6:30pm; First Bout at 7:00pm SHARP.
All bouts are subject to change.
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Email: bashboxing@gmail.com

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Wednesday, October 4, 2017

CXF 10: FALL BRAWL SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4th

SPORTSMEN’S LODGE IN STUDIO CITY, CALIFORNIA

As injuries to key participants in CXF’s CALI KINGS TOURNAMENT continue to change the trajectory of the ground breaking event, the dynamic duo of Lights Out Promotions and Bash Entertainment nevertheless move forward to present CXF 10: FALL BRAWL - Saturday, November 4th at the Sportsmen’s Lodge in Studio City, California. With ten evenly matched pro fights already confirmed, this card is certain to be one of the best ones to date.


The main event will feature the return of CXF Flyweight Champion Steve Ramirez (C) (6-1 MMA), as he looks to solidify his hold on the division against CXF veteran and local fan favorite Georgi Garcia (5-3 MMA). With the CXF gold looming in the distance, it will certainly be a standing room only/everyone on their feet situation when these two popular warriors meet. 

In the co-main event, the growing legend that is Richard Leroy (5-0 MMA) returns to action, continuing his search for the CXF Lightweight title. In his way will be 'The Beast' Christian Aguilera (8-3 MMA), whose heavy hands quickly made themselves known his last bout for CXF. With the #1 Contender slot in CXF’s deepest division on the line, this fight is bound to be a classic!

In addition, an always scintillating prelim card that behooves any MMA fan to show up on time:

Middleweight prospect Edmen Shahbazyan (3-0 MMA) will face Blake Troop (6-5 MMA) in a 185 lbs showdown that could have future title implications. 

Bantamweight prospects Ryan Lilley (6-2 MMA)and Vince Cachero (2-0 MMA) will meet in what could easily be the fight of the night.

Fresh off his debut win Brian Del Rosario (1-0 MMA) returns against the always tough 'Ironman' Issac Velasco (1-3 MMA) in a featherweight showdown.

Fan Favorite Serob Minasyan (7-7 MMA) returns to action against rising featherweight prospect Ryan Filingame (6-3 MMA)

Rounding out the card is a bantamweight trifecta that could redesign the landscape of the entire CXF division:
Milton Arguello (1-1 MMA) will face Gary Mikayelyan (0-2 MMA).
Chris Sykes (2-0 MMA) will take on Chris Mendoza (0-1 MMA) 
Erik Van Der Lee (0-1 MMA)
 will take on newcomer Thomas Landeros.

CXF 10: 'FALL BRAWL' is presented by Lights Out Promotions and Bash Entertainment.

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:
PHONE - 1-844-MMA-TIXX (662-8499)

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Friday, September 22, 2017

LIVE PRO WRESTLING AT OHM NIGHTCLUB

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INSIDE THE WORLD FAMOUS
HOLLYWOOD & HIGHLAND

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28th
21+ (ADULTS ONLY)

Pro Wrestling is bigger and hotter than ever and on Thursday September 28th, OHM NIGHTCLUBat Hollywood and Highland will host the hottest wrestling show to ever hit Tinseltown as "Championship Wrestling From Hollywood: Back to School Fights" makes its debut.

The 21 and over, adult themed show will feature many talents from nationally syndicated television programs like CWFH, WWE, Impact, and Lucha Underground, along with sexy, rowdy, and high flying surprises fitting for the first Pro Wrestling show inside one of Hollywood's hottest nightclubs, OHM

Scheduled to Appear: 
HOLLYWOOD HERITAGE CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
"The Awesome" Brian Cage vs. Bad Dude Tito (Champion)

Bash BoxingTHE BLACK TOP BRAWL
"Professional" Peter Avalon vs. Joey Tanella

TOO HOT FOR TV MATCH
Kevin Condron vs. Ruby Raze

Bash BoxingHOT FOR TEACHER MATCH
"Hollywood's Own" Joey Ryan Puts A Female Educator To The Test!!

PLUS: Scorpio Sky, Jeff Cobb, Los Luchas, Willie Mack, Eric Watts, Buggy Nova, and much more.

"Championship Wrestling From Hollywood: Back to School Fights" is presented by "Professional" Peter Avalon in association Nikko Marquez and is powered by the team that regularly brings you the best Pro Boxing and Pro MMA shows in the land, Bash Entertainment and Lights Out Promotions

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FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION, VISIT www.WRESTLINGTIXX.com
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CONTACTS: 
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CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING FROM HOLLYWOOD:
Email: jonathan@unitedwrestlingtv.com
Phone: 805-651-0906

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Email: bashboxing@gmail.com
Phone: 626-388-8888

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Email: George@teamlightsout.com
Phone: 1-844-MMA TIXX (662-8499)


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