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Program Lineup Through Thursday February 13
|Fri Feb 7 7:30PM ET||Boxing||New Beginnings: Moses Molinas vs Milton Santiago||$14.99|
|Fri Feb 7 9:00PM ET||MMA||Prize Fighting Championship – Paramount||$14.99|
|Sat Feb 8 7:00PM ET||KickBoxing||CSC 38: Carlos Lopez vs Mark DeLuca||$14.99|
|Sat Feb 8 8:00PM ET||Wrestling||IZW Adrenaline: Feb 8, 2014||$4.99|
|Sat Feb 8 8:00PM ET||MMA||CFFC 31: Scott Heckman vs Jeff Lentz||$16.99|
|Sun Feb 9 7:00PM ET||Wrestling||Wrestling With Reality – 12 Weekly Episodes||$19.99|
Live Boxing, MMA and Wrestling
CFFC 31: Scott Heckman vs Jeff Lentz
Sat Feb 8 8:00PM ET
Cage Fury Fighting Championships brings top shelf MMA back to the Borgata Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey on February 8 with “CFFC 31: Heckman VS Lentz”. Pro MMA fighters from around the East Coast will compete on this stacked 12-bout card featuring 2 title fights. CFFC has expanded their stranglehold on Northeast MMA as they continue to pump out one blockbuster show after another.
In the main event, for the vacant CFFC Featherweight Title, Scott Heckman (16-4) takes on Jeff Lentz (9-3-1). Heckman has held a title for another regional organization in the past and looks to add to his collection. Heckman is an expert grappler with a strong wrestling base, but also likes to throw hands and is dangerous from anywhere in the cage. He is one of the top 145 lb fighters in the world and will continue to come forward no matter what. Heckman is as exciting as they come, and that is why he continues to be a fan favorite wherever he fights. Lentz is a TUF and Bellator vet and is riding a 2-fight winning streak. Lentz also holds a title from another top regional promotion and a win over Heckman would leave no doubt in anyone’s mind who the #1 featherweight on the East Coast is. Lentz has finished 6 of his fights via stoppage (5 by KO) so don’t blink when the cage door shuts and these two highly touted 145 lb fighters throw down.
In the co-main event, CFFC Welterweight Champion George Sullivan (14-3) will defend his title against Chris Curtis (8-3). Sullivan has been one of the most consistent champions in any division in any promotion for years. This will be Sullivan’s fifth straight defense of a belt he won back in April 2012. Sullivan has reeled off six straight wins with four ending in brutal KO fashion. Every fight Sullivan looks better than he did in his last which is a daunting reality for anyone he steps into the cage with. Curtis will look to change his fortunes as he steps up to the challenge of solving Sullivan next. Curtis comes from Ohio and has soundly defeated many of the top stars in the Midwest. Curtis has won a title earlier in his career and has shown the ability to go five hard rounds if need be. Curtis will have to rely on his granite chin and powder keg hands if he is going to take the title from Sullivan. This fight could just as easily be fought in a phone booth as neither of these men will back down.
In other action, Joey “Boom Boom” Rivera (5-1) battles Christian Leonard (5-4) in a welterweight scrap. Rivera hails from Arizona but has fought all across the country because of his exciting style and championship caliber skills. This will be Rivera’s third fight for CFFC and a win here would likely put him in title contention to face the winner of Sullivan and Curtis. Rivera is an expert grappler and 4 of his wins have come via submission. Rivera has never went to a decision and he brings a furious pace to each and every fight. Leonard hails from Virginia and has won 4 of his last 5 fights. This will be Leonard’s sixth foray into CFFC and he will look to continue his upward trend in the sport by trying to notch a win against his toughest opponent to date. Leonard possesses a nice striking base mixed with strong grappling. This fight could go into the later rounds where the winner will likely be decided by who has the biggest heart.
Be sure to catch all of the action LIVE on February 8 as “CFFC 31: Heckman VS Lentz” brings down the house on pay-per-view exclusively at GFL.tv. See the established and rising stars on the East Coast compete in front of some of the most avid fans. Be a part of the excitement and order this iPPV from the GFL Combat Sports Network.For full fight card and more details about this event, visit gfl.tv or click here
Prize Fighting Championship – Paramount
Fri Feb 7 9:00PM ET
Prize Fighting Championship returns to GFL.tv on February 7 with “Paramount”, a 12-bout card headlined by a title fight from the Paramount Theater in Denver, Colorado. PFC is a Colorado based promotion but will be expanding in 2014 as it looks to become the premier MMA organization in the West.
In the main event, it will be Champion versus Champion as Jarred Mercado (10-1) from Elevation Fight Team battles Josh Huber (11-6) from The Kompound. Mercado is a reigning PFC Champion and looks to add another notch in his belt at the expense of Huber. Mercado is an aggressive wrestler who likes to grind his opponents down over the course of a whole fight, but he has also shown an ability to end his fights with submissions. Mercado is well-rounded in all aspects of MMA. Huber also holds a belt in PFC making him a Champion with the highly touted organization. Huber is on a 3-fight winning streak and finished off is last opponent inside of one round via TKO. Look for these two Champions to clash right away with each man looking to get his pound of flesh in the early going.
In the co-main event, in a welterweight pro battle Josh Cavan (7-3) from Team Wildman takes on Brian Camozzi (2-1) from Factory X. Cavan is a submission wizard with 5 of his wins coming via tapout. He will look to get Camozzi to the mat where he can let his grappling take over. Camozzi is a heavy puncher and can end the fight with one combo. Look for Camozzi to make this a dog fight and try and keep the fight standing where he can throw punches in bunches.
In a featherweight pro showdown, UFC and WEC vet Tyler Toner (9-6) from Elevation Fight Team fights former IFL Champion Ryan Schultz (23-13-1) from Trials MMA. Toner is looking at getting back to the big show and he will have to go through the durable Schultz if he is going to make that goal a reality. Toner possess an all-around MMA game and is especially dangerous when he hurts his opponent as he follows up with strikes and looks to finish them off. Schultz was one of the top lightweights in the world back in 2007-2008 and has looked to revitalize his career at featherweight. An impressive win over the grizzled vet Toner will once again get people talking about Schultz and put him at the head of the pack in the 145 lb division.
Order “Paramount”, now and own it for life. Watch it live on February 7 and anytime on video on demand after the live steam. See the rising stars of the Mountain West compete in front of some of the most avid fans as PFC throws down the gauntlet in Denver. Be a part of the excitement and order this iPPV from the GFL Combat Sports Network.
135LB MAIN EVENT TITLE CHAMPION VS CHAMPION
JARRED MERCADO (10-1) ELEVATION ETC VS JOSH HUBER (11-6) THE KOMPOUND
CSC 38: Carlos Lopez vs Mark DeLuca
Sat Feb 8 7:00PM ET
Combat Sports Challenge returns to gfl.tv on February 8 with “CSC 38” highlighted by a hotly anticipated title fight. You can bet your bottom dollar there will be a host of bone rattling knockouts as these strikers look to take one another out in the ring.
In the main event, with the WKA Pro Full Rules Muay Thai Eastern Regional Title on the line, Carlos “White Lotus” Lopez battles Mark “Diamond Heart” DeLuca. Lopez is a one-of-a-kind striker who seems to get stronger as the fight goes on. He has an iron chin and will never back up as he constantly stalks his opponent. DeLuca is a technician in the ring. His combos, both kicks and punches, always keep his opponents off balance and that is something DeLuca will rely on as he looks to win gold. Don’t blink as these two gladiators are the prototypes for what a Muay Thai fighter is.
In the co-main event, Brandon Mickens fights Stan Mancebo. Mickens is a #1 ranked fighter and looks to retain that position with a jaw-dropping performance against Mancebo. Mickens presents matchup problems stylistically for most opponents because of his ability to counter punch and hit and not be hit. Mancebo is an old-style fighter who loves to come full force at his opponents. Look for sparks to fly when these two lock horns.
In other action, Adam Edgerton squares off against Jovan Davis. Both fighters are looking to climb up the ladder and are ready to go out on their shield if necessary. A decisive win here will do just that. Edgerton is a highly touted prospect and looks to use his youth and cardio to push Davis to the limit. Davis has made a name for himself along the Eastern seaboard with several fight of the night battles. Look for Davis to have his A-game and use head movement and feints to get inside on Edgerton where he can use the clinch.
If you love the art of striking, there is no better iPPV for you to order than “CSC 38”. Combat Sports Challenge always puts on great shows and this event will up the ante of top level Muay Thai. Order now.
For full fight card and more details about this event, visit gfl.tv or click here
New Beginnings: Moses Molinas vs Milton Santiago
Fri Feb 7 7:30PM ET
On Friday night, February 7th Greg Robinson’s Power Productions will present a special night of professional boxing at the National Guard Armory in Northeast Philadelphia. In the special 4-round main event, 17 year-old Milton Santiago Jr. will make his anticipated pro debut against Moses Molina in a Jr. Welterweight bout. Santiago of Warminster, Pennsylvania had an amateur record of 184-12 and won a staggering 59 tournaments is ready for the occasion. “I feel great and this is a dream come true. I believe that I am the youngest professional in Pennsylvania.” Santiago has been preparing with professionals and is not worried about going into the paid ranks. “I spar with a lot of professionals,” said Santiago. “They are all grown men and I beat them up. I feel I am very strong and I am ready to turn pro.” Santiago started boxing at 5-years old and had his first fight at 8. The Junior at William Tennant High School is will have some support from the faculty from the school.
“My English teach will be at the fight. When some of my teachers found out what I do, they were happy for me and shocked. Boxing helps a lot with school because it helps me stay focused with both studying and boxing.”
Santiago says he likes watching Floyd Mayweather, Andre Ward, Guillermo Rigondeaux and Felix Trinidad.
He also receives a lot of moral support and advice from some of the top professionals in Philadelphia.
“Hassan Young gives me good advice but I also talk with Jesse Hart, Bryant Jennings and Danny Garcia as well.”
Outside of the ring, Santiago is your typical kid as he enjoys playing video games with his brothers and playing sports in the neighborhood.
“I have been wanting to turn pro for a while now and I can not wait until February 7th.”
His dad, Milton Santiago Sr. is his trainer and explains his reasons for his son get the special dispensation to turn pro.
“This would have been his last year with headgear in the amateurs anyway. After January 1st, he would have had to fight without it.”, said the older Santiago.
“He isn’t your typical 17-year old. He spars very well with the older professionals. There have been promoters who told me they could not believe he is 17. He is so relaxed in the ring. To him it is just like unwrapping a candy bar. In fact sometimes in the corner, he has to tell me to calm down.”
Santiago will fight this fight at the 140-pound eight limit but he plans to campaign as a Lightweight.
The rest of the card is as follows:
In an eight round Super Featherweight bout, Frank Trader (10-1, 2 KO’s) of Philadelphia will take on an opponent to be named.
In six round bouts:
Anthony Flores (9-4-1, 6 KO’s) of Philadelphia battles Ramesis Gil (8-7-5, 5 KO’s) of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic in a Super Featherweight bout.
Denis Douglin (15-3, 9 KO’s) of Marloboro, NJ battles Orlando Membreno (12-18-1, 11 KO’s) of Barcelona, Spain in a Middleweight bout.
Lenroy Thomas (16-3, 8 KO’s) of St. Petersburg, FL will see action in an Heavyweight bout against an opponent to be named.
In Four round bouts:
Emanuel Folly (3-0, 2 KO’s) of Philadelphia will take part in a Super Bantamweight bout.
Sultahn Staton (2-0, 2 KO’s) of Philadelphia will compete against Mike Eroza (0-1-2) in a Lightweight bout.
Angel Concepcion (5-0) of Newark, NJ will battle Maurice Amaro (2-5, 1 KO) of Philadelphia, PA in a Light Heavyweight bout.