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The night's first guest will be the undefeated Andre Harrison, who will defend his Ring of Combat featherweight title at ROC 49 on Sept. 19 against UFC veteran Jeff Lentz (9-4). ROC promoter Neglia has said that he thinks Harrison could be the next ROC alum to make it to the UFC, and a win over Lentz would certainly help get him there.
Then Lou Neglia himself will call in to discuss the upcoming ROC 49 event. A former kickboxing champion and 8th degree karate black belt, Neglia has sent over 80 ROC alumni to the UFC, including current middleweight champion Chris Weidman, former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar, former welterweight champion Matt Serra, and many more. Neglia is also one of the most repsected men in all of martial arts.
And finally, Bill Hutchinson will join the show to discuss his upcoming pro MMA debut, which takes place on Nov. 26 at Pinnacle FC 9 in Pittsburgh. "Hutch" competed in multiple amateur bouts before his pro boxing days, and is one of the better boxing prospects in the Ohio Valley.Sponsored by Intimidation Clothing and iControlEnergy.
After an unexpected week off we are back to talk Maxiimum Fighting Championships with Sam Alvey and Jason South. The two will meet at MFC 38 and be part of the three title fights on board for the event that airs LIVE on AXS Tv.
Lou Neglia is a former world champion kickboxer and now an elite promoter. His Ring of Combat has sent over 70 athletes to the UFC. Before being UFC champion, Chris Weidman was the ROC champ. Tonight we will talk to Lou about his upcoming event and who to watch for as the next stars of his promotion
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MFC 40 is just around the corner and tonight we welcome in Victor Valimaki and the bossman himself Mark Pavelich to the show.
Justin Woods will be fighting for Lou Neglia's Ring of Combat next month for a hevyweight title. Woods will try look to remain undefeated and knock off current champ Brendan Barrett.
XFCi matchmaker will join us to talk about the explosion that has taken place with Rede TV and XFC in Brazil.
We will recap TUF 19's debut as well as the Bisping/Kennedy scrap and look ahead to this weekend's UFC on FOX card from Florida.
This will be a great show! We have the CEO of Ring of Combat and Combat at the Capitale, World Kickboxing Champion and Legend Lou Neglia to start this show. If you dont know who this Legend is or have never heard of his leagues you need to join us. Lou has helped build both the Kickboxing and MMA in this country more than anyone. If having Lou is not enough we’ll have two of his fighter from Ring of Combat 47 event. First up will be ROC fighter James Jenkins. We get to talk with about his up comming fight and what it is like to have his whole career go down in the ROC cage. Then we wrap it up with one of our favorite fighters from 2013 Julio Arce.
It all goes down January 24th at the Tropicana resort in Atlantic City.
Tickets start at $50 and are now on sale at all ticket master locations, ticketmaster.com and battlepass.com.
Fights begin at 8:30 PM. Ring of Combat 47 will also be streamed for iPPV at gfl.com. Visit www.ringofcombat.com for more ticket information.
For more information about Lou Nelgia’s Ring of Combat please visit www.ringofcombat.com and be sure to follow them on Twitter @RingOfCombat. Be sure to use #ROC47.
This past Friday, June 15th 2012, marked the 41st show of Lou Neglia's Ring of Combat. This jampacked show held at the Tropicana Casino and Resort, featured 4 title fights, all of whom were witnessed by Bob Carson who was in the ringside VIP section. Bob spoke to one of the newly-crowned champions, Guillermo Serment, right after his victory over the crowd favorite James Jenkins. The crowd was so hostile to Guillermo that he needed police protection back to the dressing room. ( An unofficial source told us that there were words between the two camps during the weigh-ins on Thursday). T.U.F. Finalist Al Iaqutina had to be restrained after he tried to approach Serment after the fight.
In addition, Bob spoke to Lyman Good, Liam McGeary, Chris Wade, Lester Caslow, and Soslan Abanokov. The action starts 9pm on Sunday night.