King of the Cage Returns to the Meadows Casino Resort on September 26 for “HANDS OF STEEL”
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA. (August 5, 2015) – King of the Cage, one of the world’s premier organizations for Mixed Martial Arts, returns to The Meadows Casino in Washington, Pennsylvania on Saturday, September 26, 2015 for an exciting evening of MMA action.
Two of the featured fights will be:
Adam “The Prototype” Milstead (5-1) from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh Fight Club) vs. Rob “The Destroyer” Morrow (23-19-1) from Chicago, Illinois (Gilbert Grappling) in the 265 lb. Heavyweight Division.
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Khama “The Deathstar” Worthy (7-4) from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh Fight Club) vs. Chris “Dodgin” Coggins (7-9) from Clarksville, Tennessee (SSF) in the 145 lb. Bantamweight Division. Worthy is top ranked in the bantamweight division.
Other bouts will include:
Cassie “The Evil Angel” Crisano vs. Shanna Young
Matt “the Dog of War” Garretson vs. Nathan “Bamm Bamm”
Bryant Cameron VanCamp vs. Andrew Law
Ethan Goss vs. Jeremiah Yeager
Philip Rowe vs. Jeramy Karshner
Jason Alexander vs. David Gallegos
Francis Healy vs. Brett Ewing
Josh Fremd vs. Shane Holbert
Samantha Diaz vs.Melissa Gasdick
John Newton vs. Josh Szymanowski
Matt Zindren vs. Mike Dyess
This event will be broadcast in over 50 million U.S. households on MAVTV (214 Direct TV, 248 Dish Network). Check your local cable provider for cable station in your area.Other fighters scheduled to appear on the card include Ben Suehr, Jeremy Sakuta, Jules Knighton, Hakim Johnson, Momodu Butler and more. Doors open at 6:30 pm. and fights start at 7:30 pm. Reserve seating and Ringside tickets are on sale now. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.meadowsgaming.com or call (724) 503-1200. Event card subject to change.
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