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Show 43 TUFF-N-UFF Mir VS. Barden W/ Guests Ashley Cummins, Chris Barden, Cathy Snell, And Larry Mir

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Show 43 will get you ready for yet another TUFF-N-UFF card. This time the card has yet another family member of a UFC Legend, but this time the name is Mir. Larry Mir vs. Chris Barden is the headliner and it promises to be a big card. So before you head to The Orleans Arena April 23, 2010 tune in here to get to know some of the fighters. Our first guest Ashley Cummins is looking to get her hands on the Tuff-N-Uff 115 lb womens strap. She is fighting out of Vaghi Martial Arts & St. Charles MMA in St. Louis, MO. She holds a record of 3-0 with wins coming by way of 2 submissions and 1 going to the cards. She holds a belt at 120lbs in another orginization, so tune in to catch Ashley. Next we have on 1/2 of the main event. Chris Barden is looking to close out his amateur record perfect coming in with a record of 1-0. Chris trains here in Las Vegas with Roy Nelson's Country Club. Barden will be taking on Larry Mir on the 23rd. Barden is an active T-ball coach and when not fighting belongs to a professional paintball team. Cathy Snell will round out the women's interviews as she will be taking on previous guest Ashley Cummins. Cathy comes to Vegas with a record of 4-0 and is fighting out of Central Illinois Combat Club in Gatesburg, IL. She is a mom of two and has an amazing story that you won't want to miss hearing. Larry "Stinky" Mir will close out the show, just like he is hoping to close the fight out come April 23rd. Larry's last name carries some weight as he trains with his cousin Frank Mir at vadnais/Suffer Fight Team here in Las Vegas. This fight is special to Larry as he will hit the ring on his 30th birthday. He is looking to give himself the win for his birthday present. Tune in and get a chance to know these fighters. We will talk to them about early life, why they got into fighting, and also talk the match-ups. Call in and chat it up with the future stars of the sport, and remember WE DON'T PULL PUNCHES!