Returning to The Meadows Casino Resort on July 11 for “COUNTER ATTACK”
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (May 27, 2015) On Saturday, July 11, 2015, King of the Cage returns to The Meadows Casino in Washington, Pennsylvania for another spectacular evening of MMA action—“Counter Attack.”
The main event, in the 265 lb. Heavyweight Division, will feature Anthony “The Joker” McDonald from Eugene, Oregon (Midtown MMA) against Nick “Afrozilla” Gaston from Columbus, Ohio (Ronin MMA). Both fighters have impressive records and are two of top ranked heavyweights.
The co-main event, in the 140 lb. Catchweight Division, will feature Javon Wright from St. Louis, Missouri (Modern Combat Systems) facing off against Mark “The Pride of Bloomfield” Cherico from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh Fight Club). Both Wright and Cherico are top ranked featherweights.
The featured bout in the 145 lb. Featherweight Division, will have Brady “The Alpha Male” Hovermale from Fort Wayne, Indiana (Hollywood MMA) battling Justin “The Hawk” Steave from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh Fight Club).
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 Jeremiah Yeager, Jerrell Hodge, Phillip Rowe, Montoyia Swilling, Josh Baker, Cody Karlheim, Chris Mitchell, Ben Suehr, Justin Patton, Derek Hays, Alex Quinn, Jon Coffman, Roosevelt Archie, David Gabig, John Jaquay and more.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and fights start at 7:30 p.m. Reserved 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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