Just when you thought you had seen it all, “Tuff-N-Uff” brings its legendary production to a whole new level – namely, the roof

Tuff-N-Uff heads outdoors and onto the roof for a special April 26 VIP experience

at Las Vegas’ Hustler Club

Just when you thought you had seen it all, “Tuff-N-Uff: The Future Stars of Mixed Martial Arts” is ready to bring its legendary production to a whole new level – namely, the roof.


The nation’s premier amateur MMA organization returns to action on Friday, April 26, and for one night only, the Tuff-N-Uff cage will visit the rooftop of Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club, where the promotion will feature a full lineup of action-packed contests set under the backdrop of the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. Hustler’s resident DJs spin live music throughout the night, and the beautiful Hustler Honeys will also be on hand.

“We are very excited about presenting this unique event,” Tuff-N-Uff exec Chris Irwin said. “By now, I think Tuff-N-Uff fans know the type of quality events we’re committed to produce, and this special event will be no exception. Great fights in a unique, outdoor setting with the neon lights of Sin City in the background. It’s going to be an amazing night.”

The Tuff-N-Uff pre-party starts this Friday at 6 p.m., and the first fight starts shortly after. This limited, VIP experience is open to just 600 lucky fans, so don’t wait to secure your ticket.

The night’s featured matchups include two championship matchups. In the headliner, New Mexico’s Daniel “Pretty Boi Nightmare” Jimenez (3-3) faces Epic Training Center product Mikey “Pretty Boy” Perez (6-4) in a 180-pound title affair, while the co-feature sees Excel’s Mike “the Jersey Devel” Florio  (7-1) meet Syndicate MMA’s Cory Hendricks (4-1) in a light-heavyweight title fight.

Additionally John Hackleman Jr. (4-2), son of legendary MMA trainer and Hawaiian Kempo specialist John Hackleman, is scheduled to compete in a featured attraction.

“As always, we’ve got a fantastic lineup of some of the sport’s brightest young talent,” Tuff-N-Uff president Barry Meyer said. “And for one night only, we’re going to hold those fights in a truly unique setting that should provide an incredibly memorable experience.”

In addition to the night’s featured contests, a full lineup of aspiring amateur fighters from some of the world’s top academies – including camps from Las Vegas, New Mexico, California and more – are slated to compete.

Tickets for the April 26 event are on sale now by visiting Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club Las Vegas (6007 S. Dean Martin Dr.) or by clicking here.

Advance purchase tickets range from just $30 for general admission standing room passes to $50 for VIP reserved seats. Ticket prices are $40 and $75 on the day of the event. For more information and free limousine service, call (702) 795-3131.

The full fight card is available for viewing at TuffNUff.com.

Come see the future stars of mixed martial arts.

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