This Week on

Program Lineup Through Friday June 14

Date Sport Event Price
Sat Jun 8 7:00PM ET MMA $9.99
Sat Jun 8 8:00PM ET MuayThai $9.99
Sat Jun 8 8:00PM ET Wrestling $4.99
Wed Jun 12 10:30PM ET Racing $9.99
Fri Jun 14 8:00PM ET MMA $14.99

MuayThai, MMA and Wrestling this weekend

Sat Jun 8 7:00PM ET

Hard hitting MMA action returns as Dead Serious Fighting Championship presents Dead Serious 7 on June 8 from Brookdale Community College live on the GFL Combat Sports Network. Dead Serious Fighting Championship is planning to blow the roof off with 7 title fights up for grabs!

In the main event, Stephen Regman (7-3) defends his Welterweight title against Kris Kucab (2-0). Regman is a veteran of several MMA organizations and brings a wealth of experience into the cage. Regman is known for his hand speed, power and great cardio conditioning. Kucab comes into the fight having never tasted defeat and will have to find an edge in the cage if he wants to keep it that way after June 8. What Kucab gives up in experience he makes up for with his heavy hands. Kucab has recorded two knockouts in the first round. Kucab can end a fight with one punch. All he needs is one mistake by Regman. This is a showdown of two rising star from the East Coast. If Regman can get the fight into the later rounds he will be able to test Kucab’s stamina, while Kucab will be looking for a short night.

In the co-main event, Ricky Bandejas (5-1) defends his Featherweight Title against Joshua Armstrong (3-2). Bandejas won the title after a grueling war where he imposed his will over the course of the entire fight. Bandejas is a tough test for anyone at 145 lb and has shown the ability to win in a variety of ways. His well-rounded skillset makes him hard to game plan for because you never know what he is going to do next. Armstrong is on a 3-fight winning streak, 2 by stoppage and brings a self-confidence and fighter’s heart into the cage. Armstrong has shown he can overcome adversity in the cage and his grit and determination are all admirable. When these two bulls lock horns get ready for a throw down of epic proportions.

In more championship action, Lightweight Champion Chris Remedios (4-0) defends his title against Frankie Roberts (2-2). Remedios has won all of his fights via decision. His takedowns are second to none in the lightweight division and once on the mat, he controls his opponent and negates his offense with terrific wrestling. This will be the first title defense for Remedios. Roberts has hit a rough patch recently, coming off a highly controversial split decision, but is looking to rejuvenate his career with a big win. Roberts is aggressive on the ground and has strong submissions, so he will be well prepared if and when Remedios takes the fight to the mat.

East Coast MMA is ready to deliver again! Be sure to catch all of the action, LIVE on June 8 as Dead Serious Fighting Championship presents Dead Serious 7 exclusively at full fight card and more details about this event, visit  or click 


Sat Jun 8 8:00PM ET


PHOENIX, AZ, May 23, 2013 – North America’s eight highest-ranked teen Muay Thai fighters entered a historic tournament this past March. This June, the two undefeated combatants left standing will compete for honor, to crown a champion, and to embark on a prestigious international training opportunity.

SIAM FIGHT PRODUCTIONS is proud to host the June 8 finale of the inaugural Siam Cup Junior Muay Thai Grand Prix pitting 8-3 John Bruer against 9-0 Ruben “Tuzo” Cruz at the Tempe Center for the Arts. One young man will walk away with from this first-of-its-kind U.S. amateur junior Muay Thai elimination tournament with a defeat on his record. The other will be awarded the first-ever Siam Cup and a trip for two to Thailand’s Sitsongpeenong Training Camp, one of the world’s premiere institutions for training in one of the world’s oldest martial arts.

“They’re fighting as amateurs, but we’re treating them as pros,” said Siam Fight Productions Executive Vice President Brandon M. Jones, noting that Siam Fight Productions has flown Cruz from Yucatan, Mexico to compete in the premiere Siam Fight Productions event. “There’s no other company that will actually fund getting the kids here to fight.”

Nor is there an organization affording North America’s most gifted Muay Thai practitioners such a valuable instructional opportunity. Located in Bangkok, Thailand, the cradle of the kickboxing discipline known as “The Art of Eight Weapons” worldwide, the training center has developed such fighters as living-legend Kem Sitsongpeenong, the present WMC Super Welterweight World Champion boasting a 117-22 official record.

Accordingly, Sitsongpeenong students train under the guidance of internationally renowned instructors and some of the sport’s highest-ranked fighters in the world.

Tickets for the finale are still available but selling fast for $35 and $55 at , with ringside VIP seats also available for $75. The complete card will also mark the second online pay-per-view event for Siam Fight Productions, available via for only $9.99 live on June 8 and available for on-demand viewing June 17.

The Tempe Center for the Arts is located at 700 W. Rio Salado Pkwy. In Tempe, AZ. Doors open for the event at 4 p.m. PST, with the first undercard bout beginning at 5 p.m. Siam Fight Productions is a proud to be affiliated with Sitan Gym, Power MMA, Best Muay Thai, Kickers MMA, Justo’s Muay Thai and Team Universal.

Siam Fight Productions is the premier junior Muay Thai event promotions company in North America. We believe that support for youth in the sport of Muay Thai is imperative to their professional as well as personal development. That is why we have dedicated ourselves to creating the ideal venue for sanctioned youth fights with the best possible safety measures available. Our Siam Fight Productions Junior Muay Thai Grand Prix Events and the Siam Cup are the newest addition to the limited number of highly coveted awards in the international Muay Thai community. We will be sending the winner of the upcoming elimination-style tournament to train at Sitsongpeenong Camp in Bangkok, Thailand, where they will be surrounded by some of the world’s greatest fighters and receive instruction from some of the sport’s best coaches.For full fight card and more details about this event, visit  or click 


Fri Jun 14 5:00PM ET

Ring of Combat returns June 14 with Ring of Combat XLV at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey and streaming on the GFL Combat Sports Network. ROC XLV is highlighted by two title fights in the heavyweight and lightweight divisions in this 14-bout professional card. ROC continues to be the linchpin of East Coast MMA and reasserts its dominance as the top dog in the Tri-State area.

In the main event, ROC Heavyweight Champion Brendan “Brutal” Barrett (8-5-1) battles Joel Wyatt (8-5). Barrett won the title earlier this year in impressive fashion with a quick KO in the first round. Barrett is on a 4-fight win streak, 3 by stoppage and all title fights. Barrett is a strong wrestler and is rarely outworked in the cage. He can wear down his opponents over the course of a whole fight or he can strike early as he possesses one-punch KO power in both hands. Barrett is a fast starter and likes to test his opponent right from the opening bell. Wyatt comes into the cage looking to shock Barrett. Wyatt is a compact, solid heavyweight from Virginia where he trains with the top fighters in his home state. Wyatt brings a well-versed MMA game into the cage and has a proven track record as a striker and grappler. Look for him to try and get inside on Barrett and go for a takedown where he can work some ground and pound or go for a choke while staying out of Barrett’s range.

In the co-main event, UFC, TUF and Bellator veteran Phillipe Nover (7-5) from Brooklyn, NY goes for gold as he fights Mike Santiago (10-6), a gritty fighter from Illinois for the vacant Lightweight title. Nover made a name for himself on the international scene with his illustrious showing on “The Ultimate Fighter”. Since then, Nover has had both highs and lows and is looking to prove the critics wrong who said his best days are past him. Nover is a dangerous fighter and a fan favorite for his willingness to trade strikes as his Muay Thai is a cut above most. Santiago comes into the cage riding a 2-fight win streak, both by submission, and looks to add the ROC title to his list of accomplishments. Santiago is fearless in the cage and win, lose or draw he always brings it. Both fighter are as aggressive as they come. Don’t expect either fighter to back up as this fight could happen in a telephone booth and will be an absolute barnburner.

You won’t find a more thrilling card then this one. Be sure to catch all of the action as Ring of Combat presents Ring of Combat XLV exclusively on pay-per-view at full fight card and more details about this event, visit  or click 


  1. The Van Soest “draw” was a travesty. Whoever you are, you aren’t doing yourselves any favors by being borderline criminal old school. I grew up around the old Olympic Auditorium and know BS when I see it. It seems like ya just won’t ever learn. I miss Jackie McCoy. He had integrity.

  2. Awaiting moderation???? RIght. It’ll never see the light of day. G’nite.

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