👊 King of the Cage Debuts at Fort McDowell Casino on November 26 for “DESERT REIGN”
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA. (October 25, 2016) – King of the Cage, the leader in casino mixed martial arts entertainment, will debut at Fort McDowell Casino in Fort McDowell, Arizona on Saturday, November 26, 2016 with a world-class mega-event, headlined by a Heavyweight showdown between Nick Rossborough and Dale Sopi and featuring some of the sport’s top competitors.
The main event, in the Heavyweight Division will feature veteran Nick “Leatherface” Rossborough from Salt Lake City, Utah (Absolute MMA) with 25 professional wins doing battle against Dale Sopi (6-1) from Maricopa, Arizona. Both fighters are top ranked.
The co-main event in the 135 lb. Flyweight Division will feature two fighters from Arizona… Kevin Natividad, making his professional debut (Arizona Combat Sports) vs. Glen Baker with two professional wins (The Lab MMA). Natividad is one of the top up and coming fighters and had an impressive amateur record of 13-1.
Other featured fighters on the card will include Nicole Upshaw, Corrie Ward, Gabby Romero, Keoni Diggs, Ray Robinson, Tony Kelly, Jose Verdugo, Estivan Payan, Danny Hilton, Jessica Hoy, Joe Rascon, Jose Palencia, John McCarthy, Matthew Frincu, Dano Moore, Gavin Kawaguchi, Valerie Quintero, Jackie Whitson, Kelsey Gollihar, Coty Solatorio, Christian Coleman and more.
This event will be broadcast in over 50 million U.S. households on MAVTV (214 Direct TV, 810 Verizon FiOS). Check your local cable provider for cable station in your area.
Doors open at 6 pm and fights start at 7 pm. Reserve seating, VIP, and ringside tickets are on sale now. Age 21+ to attend. Tickets are available at Fort McDowell Casino box office, online at fortmcdowellcasino.com and Ticketmaster.com, all Ticketmaster locations, or by phone at 800-745-3000. Event card and schedule are subject to change.
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