By |2017-12-04T19:19:16-07:00February 2nd, 2017|home-slider, Real MMA, Real Sports, second|1 Comment

Friday night, January 27th, was just an exciting time to be at Sam’s Town Live for Real MMA XIII. We had food and drink specials the first hour and a half (cheers to that), four awesome title fights, including the only female bout on the fight card(which won fight of the night), a Muay Thai fight we’re hoping to see a rematch of, TKOs, a main event knockout…and the craziest part, we had a SOLD OUT show.

It’s amazing to witness the kind of support these amateur fighters bring with them. And it’s awesome to see the fan base of Real MMA so strong. After all, exposure is crucial in creating a lasting future as an MMA fighter. At Real MMA, that’s what we offer. Amongst the crowd we had fight legends like Tito Ortiz and Miesha Tate, Frank Mir’s Phonebooth Fighting partner Richard Hunter, various MMA media outlets, and local media coverage. We want to showcase the best up and comers of amateur MMA, and align them with the exposure these fighters want and deserve.

Moving forward, I’d highly recommend and encourage getting your tickets to Real MMA XIV sooner rather than later. Fight night will be April 21st, 2017 at Sam’s Town Live, and we’re expecting another sold out crowd. Don’t be part of the hundred people we had to turn away at the door. Grab your tickets early, and get ready for a night full of awesome amateur MMA and Muay Thai.

Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and Facebook! We’ll also be uploading the fights and highlights to our YouTube page over the next week.

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  1. Anonymous February 2, 2017 at 6:39 pm - Reply

    It would be appreciated if you’d post the match results. Thank you

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