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Badge vs Badge Feb 4th
It was another great night of fights Saturday at Badge vs Badge. The quickly gaining fame promotion which has successfully thrown multiple shows in the Sacramento area, is miles away from the shallow end of the talent pool, and last night wasnt any different. Saturday evening brought together some fierce competition, not only on the whole card, but also for our very own Charlie Huston. Huston an undefeated Carnage CAMO Fighter, has been in the gym day in and day out perfecting his technique, and at the Roseville Sports Arena, he got to utilize it. Knocking his opponent down with a superman punch in the first round, Charlie quickly gained the upper hand on what appeared to be a speedy victory. Charlie reigned down blows from the top but wasnt able to finish his oppenent before the bell rung. Round 2 was a similar scenario as the first, with Huston dropping his oppenent and attacking with the ground and pound. In the third round, Charlie's superman punch was countered by his opponent, and this time it was Charlie that found himself on the bottom of a vicious ground and pound assult. But Huston, being a tough and resilient mixed martial artisrt, was able to overcome the attack and finished the round off strong, leaving the decision up to the judges. After the fight, the decision was in, Charlie Huston is the new Badge vs Badge Amatuer Champion, and remains undefeated in his ever climbing MMA career. Good job Charlie!! Congratulations on a great fight and terrific win.
King of the Cage 'All In' commercial
Check out the latest commercial for King of the Cage's 'All In' event, being held Saturday April 21st, at Gold County Casino in Oroville. Scheduled to fight is Carnage Fight Team champ Jaime Jara, pitted against Josh McDonald in what is shaping up to be a spectacular bout. More details will be posted as they come in.
Another one bites the dust
It was a packed house on Saturday October 15th, for the Badge vs. Badge event held at the Red Lion Hotel in Sacramento. A sold out crowd watched as Carnage's own Eric 'Tex' Hernandez walked through yet another Sacramento Sheriff to win the Official Badge vs Badge Cruiser Weight Title belt. Tex's last showing at Badge vs Badge earlier this year was strong, and so it was fitting that Saturday was no different. Tex was pitted against a Sacramento Sheriff Saturday night with redemption on his mind, but Tex was ready for it. The Carnage fighter showed great skill in the clinch and was able to stuff alot of his opponents attempts at getting a dominant position. Tex kept his opponent locked up in a corner for most of round 2 punishing the Sheriffs thighs with hard knees, at the same time working on a choke. Round 3 opened with both fighters squaring off in the middle of the ring and eventually locking up to battle for an advanced position. In the end Tex showed more ring control, and scored more points with the judges to take home a unanimous decision win, congratulations Tex on another good win.
Bellator's 5 Greatest Moments.... Jaime vs Spiritwolf
Check out this article written by Jeff Sherwood over at www.sherdog.com about Jaime's Bellator fight. To read the full article go to http://www.sherdog.com/news/articles/Bellators-5-Greatest-Moments-34873
(written by Jeff Sherwood, courtesy of sherdog.com)
It wasn't shown on the TV broadcast, but Bellator's lone appearance at the Tachi Palace in Lemoore, Calif. turned out one of the craziest fights I have seen, between two local fighters I've gotten to see many, many times.
In the first round, Jara dropped Spiritwolf with punches and nearly submitted him with a guillotine choke. The always-tough Spiritwolf battled back, bloodying Jara’s face, slicing his forehead open with some brutal ground-and-pound.
In the blood-heavy last round, they were just swinging for the fences, hoping to deliver the knockout blow. Both fighters were covered in blood, so was the first row of fans. I had to give my cameras a bath and my new shoes as well after the show was over.