Xtreme Knockout 33 To Hold Professional Muay Thai Fights In A MMA Cage
XTREME KNOCKOUT 33
NOVEMBER 5th, 2016
GAS MONKEY LIVE! – DALLAS, TX
XKO MAKES HISTORY AND BECOMES THE FIRST COMBATIVE SPORTS ORGANIZATION
TO HOLD PROFESSIONAL MUAY THAI FIGHTS IN A MMA CAGE
Dallas, TX (Tuesday October 18, 2016)– The longest running, fastest growing MMA promotion in Dallas/FT. Worth is back to give fight fans an exciting night of fun and fantastic fights. Voted #1 by MMA Promotion by ESPN Dallas!
An action-packed fight card is on deck, featuring a number of talented fighters, new and veteran, who are guaranteed to deliver a night to remember. A pre-fight party will include an expo-style set up with over 20 vendors, fighter’s meet and greet, giveaways and much more. Returning to their now-familiar haunt of the sterling Gas Monkey Live concert venue, XKO 33 features a plethora of talented Texas-based fighters. Traditionally Muay Thai is held in a roped ring, XKO is the first MMA promotion to feature Muay Thai in a squared cage. With XKO hosting the 8th card at the sparkling new Gas Monkey Live venue, and a multi-fight deal locked up with Gas Monkey Live through 2017, fight fans in the DFW Metroplex will once again be in for a night of fights and fun.
The launch of XKO’s 24/7 Free on demand TV network (XKO.TV or XTREMEKNOCKOUT.TV) features an extensive video library of previous events, fights, behind the scenes footage and more. In addition to creating success for young talent, Xtreme Knockout continues to lead the way the Texas Mixed Martial Arts scene. Since the launch of XKO.TV , the network has recently reached close to 3 million hits. Nov. 5th XKO 33 looks to also raise the bar at the live events, scheduling and un-precedent 9 professional MMA fights, 2 Professional Muay Thai fights in the cage. All fights will be filmed for later broadcast on the XKO.TV network.
XKO continues to help grow combative sports in Texas promoting boxing, kickboxing, wrestling and MMA events. On Saturday Nov. 5th the XKO fans will witness history as we will see the first XKO Middleweight Championship and Pro Muay Thai fights in the XKO Cage! XKO has Professional Mixed Martial Arts fighters available for in studio appearances for both radio &TV in Spanish and English.
Xtreme Knockout MMA returns to Gas Monkey Live for the 2016 season! We are committed to fostering the growth of mixed martial arts and providing quality entertainment for MMA fans, military veterans, and active military. We are Dallas/Fort-Worth’s #1 MMA Promotion.
With already holding 30+ Professional MMA & Boxing events in Dallas/Fort-Worth, we have the expertise needed to make the show memorable for sponsors and fans alike. We offer our fans a unique opportunity to witness live MMA featuring celebrity appearances, pre-fight parties, live DJ’s, local vendors, giveaways, concessions and beer & liquor. We expect a crowd of over 2,500+ MMA fans for our return to Gas Monkey Dallas.
Are available for purchase at www.xtremeknockout.com – $20 General Admission Standing – $35 Blue Section Seated – Ringside Reserved starts at $65 – VIP tables start at $275.
XKO 33 Promo on XKO.tv:
XKO 33 FIGHT CARD XKO MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP:
- 185lbs Alfredo Leija VS “The President” Kevin Holland
- 145lbs Joshua Hunter VS XKO Muay Thai Champion Peter Stanonik
- 205lbs Carlton Little VS Derek “Dangerous” Perkins
- 135lbs Marquis Smith VS Jireh “The Hawaiian” Torres-Umi
- 165lbs MUAY THAI REMATCH Andrew “Brickwall” Sosa VS Moises Diaz
- 135lbs Cameron Miller VS Joel Gonzales
- HEAVYWEIGHT 6’6 Josh “Big Country” Lanier VS 6’5 Ezekiel Tuinei-Wily
- 145lbs Chris “All Day” Salas VS Joshua Nealy
- MUAY THAI Federico “The Ninja” Olivera VS Jose Soto
- 170lbs Ryan Josey VS Joshua Sutton
- 205lbs Matt Foster VS Kennedy Nzechukwu
- XKO Debut of Octagon MMA’s Rob Butler
*Fight card subject to change
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