USMF and XFight Promotions brings you War of the Heroes 4 at the Santa Clara Convention Center on Saturday, October 10th 2009.
This time around they will not only be bringing you toe to toe Muay Thai action but this will be their first ever mixed event with two professional MMA bouts featuring Jessie Gillespie and Romolo Melo. There will be two professional Muaythai fights featuring Coke Chunawat vs. Kevin Ross for the first USMF Championship Title fight in the Pro Division and Brandon Banda vs. Francisco Funicello for the USMF/WBC/WMC rankings. There will be three USMF National Championship Title Fights and selected bouts who will earn a spot to go on to represent USA at the upcoming International Federation of Muaythai Amateurs’ (IFMA) World Cup in Bangkok, Thailand in November 27th to December 5th in honor of His Majestic the King of Thailand’s 82nd Birthday. Last but not least, the super fight of the night will feature Fairtex superstar, Jenna Castillo.
Also on the card:
Ryan Ratcliff vs. Jason Andrada (USMF Title Fight)
John Kusaba vs. Matt Lucas (USMF Title Fight) )
Gaston Bolanos vs. Ausin Lingo (USMF Title Fight – Junior Division) )
Alexander Namuski vs. Damien Early)
as well as Eric Luna, Andrew Moy, Tristan Arsdale, Christie Checketts, Jeremy Leslie, Jacob Lomanto, Phong Nguyen, Antonia Dela Cruz, Lindsey Marino. Jimmy Nguyen and more... )
Once again it will be a full night of great fights and entertainment. We hope to see all of you there!
War of the Heroes IV
Saturday, October 10th 2009
Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Parkway, Hall A
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Doors open at 5pm with the first bout at 6pm
Tickets on sale at www.virtualboxoffice.com - 1.888.VBO.8858 or at any of the participating gym locations
General Admission - $35
Ringside - $50
Card subject to change/No Refunds
For more information, please visit: www.usmf.tv or www.fairtex.com
About the United States Muaythai Federation (USMF):
USMF was founded in 2004 by Mr. Anthony Lin to promote Muaythai sport in USA. Its objective is to make Muaythai become an Olympic Sport through alliances with 120 other country Muaythai Federations under the International Federation of Muaythai Amateurs (IFMA) banner.
USMF promotes and sanctions Muaythai activities through its network of promoters and regional representatives to select talents to represent USA at the annual IFMA World Cup. Previous IFMA World Cup has been held in Thailand, Ukraine and South Korea. Since its inception, the USMF National Team has won 3 Gold medals, 5 Silver medals, 13 Bronze medals, Best Second Place Overall Female Team in 2004 and Best Wai Kru Award.
USMF is the sole USA Muaythai Federation member of the IFMA which is recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), General Assembly of International Sports Federation (GAISF), Trim & Fitness International Sport for all Association (TAFISA), World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), Thai Sports Authority, and other international sports federations. USMF is also a member representative of the World Muaythai Council (WMC) and the North American Coordinator for the World Boxing Council – Muaythai Division (WBC – Muaythai). It also has alliances with other sanctioning bodies such as K-1, Japan Professional Muay Thai Committee (JPMC), etc.
For More information, please visit: www.usmf.tv
Official Website: http://www.usmf.tv/events/event.php?id=33
Added by edwardho on September 23, 2009