Ray “Ace” Ostrander Not Holding Back

By |2018-08-18T11:48:24+00:00August 18th, 2018|Headlines, Real MMA, Real News|0 Comments

Ray “Ace” Ostrander will be making his professional fighter debut on Aug. 25, 2018, at Real MMA XVIII.

He made his amateur debut with Real MMA and is excited to be taking his career to another level with Real MMA.

Ace wants his opponent, Vladimir Martinez, to “train hard and bring it to the cage.” Ostrander wants to put on a good show for the crowd and enjoy some real competition.

Ostrander wanted to end his amateur career with a belt. He lost his last fight in January, but his coaches believe he is ready to fight with the big dogs.

He has been training and working hard for three years. By day, he cleans casino windows and he is a chef at the number one kosher restaurant in Las Vegas, Anise Tapas & Grill. However, no matter how busy his life is, he makes the time to train.

His style of fighting is Jiu-jitsu, but he is a well-rounded fighter who likes to change things up to keep his opponents guessing. He watches his opponents’ videos one time and then changes his focus to strategy and the win.

Ace is 30 years old and is showing no signs of slowing down any time soon. He enjoys hanging from the 40th floor washing windows. He is brave and gutsy and excited to show off some new skills in a cage match.

He trains with professional fighters and feels it is time for him to fight like a pro. He is looking forward to this fight. And he is looking for his first knockout. He has been working on techniques and deadly combinations. He is a hard-hitter. First guy Ostrander has fought that is older than him. Looking forward to a stand-up match. He feels comfortable on the ground

Ostrander wants to bring something different to this fight. He likes to change up his fighting style regularly. He has lots of different tools and is ready to use them. He plans to put on good show and perform at his best.

Ostrander has seen in himself a history of holding back in his fights and giving it all when sparring. This time, he plans to bring it all to the cage.

He feels at home with Real MMA. Ostrander had his amateur debut and over half his amateur bouts with Real MMA.

Ace is excited to get locked in the cage. He has learned that mental and physical recovery is a big part of fighting. He feels more relaxed about this match. He is ready to let it all go and show everyone his true capabilities.

Real MMA XVIII will not just include professional bouts, but this event will be fought in a cage. Do not miss this epic new endeavor with Real MMA at Sam’s Town Hotel and Casino on Aug. 25. The bell rings at 7 p.m.

By Jeanette Smith

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