Combat Games MMA Presents
Rumble on the Ridge XXIX
Snoqualmie Casino October 25th, 2014
Tickets available at http://www.snotickets.com
37500 SE Northbend Way, Snoqualmie, WA. 98065
Doors open at 2pm | Fights start at 3pm
On Saturday, October 25th, 2014, Combat Games MMA, the Northwest’s premier mixed martial arts promotion comes to the Snoqualmie Casino in Snoqualmie, Washington for an amazing afternoon of MMA action. The event will be held in the spacious Snoqualmie Ballroom.
In the main event, a catch weight bout, Cory “The One” Devela (12-6) from Bonney Lake, Washington faces off against David “The Viking” Anderson (20-13) from Kettle Falls, Washington.
In the co-main event, lightweights Albert “K9” Tadevosyan (2-0) from Auburn, Washington climbs into the cage with Nick Coughran (0-2) from Tacoma, Washington.
In the amateur division, Cassandra Moors vs. Shelby Miller and Tycen Lynn of Lake Stevens, Washington goes to war with Sean Williams of Maple Valley, Washington for the COGA Amateur Featherweight Title.
Other featured bouts include Jorge Moreno vs. Kina Peneueta, Jorge Gaitan vs. Zach Zane, Carlos Lozoya vs. Emmanuel Russell, Alex Eastman vs. Pete Nicacio, Anthony Reyes vs. James Martin, and Chris Brady vs. Joaquin Calderon.
Doors open at 2:00pm with fights starting at 3:00pm. General Admission, Reserved, and Ring Side seats are on sale now. To purchase your tickets, visit SnoTickets.com. For more information, visit www.combatgamesmma.com. Fight card subject to change.
COmbat GAmes was voted Best Fight Promotion of the Year for 2011 and 2012. It is recognized as the premier MMA promotion in Washington State. Several Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighters started their careers with COmbat Games, including current UFC Fly Weight World Champion, Demetrius “Mighty Mouse” Johnson and The Ultimate Fighter season 15 winner, Michael Chiesa. COmbat GAmes is focused on building a safe platform to help young up-and-coming fighters perform and make their way to the big show. This is the fans chance to see young fighters before they become superstars.