Milford, Mass., flyweight Richie Santiago made a splash in his professional debut Friday on the preliminary card of “CES MMA 38” at Foxwoods Resort Casino, submitting veteran Brandon Warne 52 seconds into the opening round via rear-naked choke. … Read Article
The star-studded network television lineup is set for Friday night as CES MMA prepares for its 38th professional mixed martial arts fight card and 12th televised event as part of AXS TV Fights.
“CES MMA 38” is less than 48 hours away with the televised main card airing live on AXS from Foxwoods Resort Casino’s Fox Theater beginning at 9 p.m. ET. The final press conference and weigh-in is scheduled for 4 p.m. Thursday at … Read Article
With Quincy, Mass., middleweight Mike Rodriguez set to face 10-fight veteran John Poppie Friday night at Foxwoods Resort Casino, the final piece of the puzzle for “CES MMA 38” is now in place.
The Rodriguez-Poppie bout is one of five fights on the preliminary card, which begins at 7 p.m. ET from The Fox Theater. The six-fight main card airs live on AXS TV and begins at 9. … Read Article
CES MMA returns to AXS TV and Foxwoods Resort Casino on Friday, Sept. 23rd, 2016 as Ultimate Fighting Champions (UFC) vets Levan Makashvili and Sean Soriano square off at “CES MMA 38” at The Fox Theater.
Friday’s loaded lineup also features a showdown between rival regional featherweights Calvin Kattar and Chris Foster, plus the return of undefeated prospects Rico DiSciullo and Carlos Candelario.
The televised main card begins at 9 p.m. ET on AXS TV … Read Article
Needing a walk-off win to salvage the night, Cameron Burroughs delivered a much-needed home run swing.
After losing the first five rounds of his scheduled six-round main event bout against Fatlum Zhuta on Friday night at Twin River Casino, Burroughs scored the knockout blow with a left hook 23 seconds into the final round to stun the pro-Zhuta crowd in Lincoln. The fight was the headliner for CES Boxing’s “The Future Is Now” card.… Read Article
The top young pros in the northeast step back into the Friday night as CES Boxing celebrates America and its fighting spirit with a star-studded lineup at Twin River Casino.… Read Article
Reveling in the success of the U.S. Boxing Team at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, CES Boxing returns to Twin River Casino next Friday to continue the victory party and showcase its own young talent.
“The Future Is Now,” scheduled for Friday, Sept. 16th, 2016, features six undefeated fighters, including one who competed in the Olympic Trials in Nevada in 2015, and the professional debuts of two promising up-and-comers who will square off against … Read Article
We’re only a few weeks removed from the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, a celebration of the world’s greatest athletes competing on the biggest stage while embodying the spirit of sportsmanship and fair play.
The Rio Olympics were a glorious time for the Unites States; our great nation captured 121 medals, including 46 golds. Among the winners were female middleweight boxer and gold medalist Claressa Shields, who became the United States’ first back-to-back medal winner … Read Article
The knee to the chin is starting to become the go-to move for reigning CES MMA Bantamweight Champion Andre Soukhamthath.
For the second consecutive fight, Soukhamthath stopped his opponent with a knee upstairs, this time knocking out Cambridge, Mass., vet Kin Moy in a rematch of their 2014 fight to defend his title in the main event of “CES MMA 37” at Twin River Casino on AXS TV. … Read Article
Impressive bantamweight prospect Marquis Brewster of Providence, R.I., remained undefeated Friday in his second professional bout with a submission win on the undercard of “CES MMA 37” at Twin River Casino.… Read Article