Two IMMAF 2016 World Amateur Winners Doping Suspensions

PRESS RELASE

IMMAF 2014 World Championships - Photo by Robby LeBlanc LasVegasNewsBlog.comIMMAF WORLD AMATEUR MMA RANKINGS UPDATED FOLLOWING DOPING SUSPENSIONS

(London. 11 January 2016) Following the suspension of two IMMAF athletes for doping offences in 2016, the IMMAF World Amateur MMA Rankings have been updated accordingly:

Dallas Jennings (USA) has been stripped of his 612 points accrued at the 2016 IMMAF World Championships at UFC International Fight Week in July. The points deduction is now reflected in Team USA’s overall ranking score, which sees the team drop down one place to 5th.

Aleksandra Rola (Poland) has been stripped of her 548 points accrued at the 2016 IMMAF World Championships at UFC International Fight Week in July. The points deduction is now reflected in Team Poland’s ranking overall score, which sees the team drop down one place to 10th.

The revisions see Team Ireland move up to 4th spot in the World Amateur MMA Rankings and Team New Zealand step up to 9th. The 2016 IMMAF World Championships was the sole IMMAF event participated in by the athletes, and so the points deduction sees both eliminated from the athlete rankings.

Tuff-N-Uff Comes To Downtown Henderson!

See The Future Stars of MMA Friday Night September 30, 2016

Tuff-N-Uff in Henderson

The Future Stars of MMA Comes To Henderson! 

Bouts to take place in open air hexagon at Henderson Events Plaza

Henderson, Nev. – Downtown Henderson will host Tuff-N-Uff’s Future Stars of MMA with 12 bouts to be held in an open air hexagon set up at the Henderson Events Plaza on Water Street (next to the Convention Center) on Sept. 30.

The action-packed lineup includes a bout between Josh Kim (8-1), one half of the “Twin Dragons,” and Bryce Edminister from the Garage in Layton, UT (8-2) for the men’s 145 lb. featherweight title.

The co-main event features Xtreme Couture’s Bryce “Wu-Tang” Harley who, after a controversial title loss, again competes for the championship in the men’s 115 lb. flyweight division — Tuff-N-Uff’s newest weight class — against the tough Tyler Ashton (2-1), fighting out of Team Wildman, located in Denver, CO.

The action-packed evening features some of the top amateur fighters in the country looking to follow in the footsteps of MMA stars who got their start at Tuff-N-Uff events like former champion Ronda Rousey, Alan Jouban, Chris Holdsworth, Ryan Couture and Ashlee Evans-Smith.

Other bouts include a number one contender match at 135 lbs. between Anthony Marzette (2-0), fighting out of the Gracie Fighter Dojo, and John Kim (9-0), the other half of the “Twin Dragons.” Other matches include fighters at 185 lbs., 170 lbs. and 155 lbs.

The tickets start at $10.
For ticket information, visit Tuffnuff.com.

*Fight card is subject to change without notice.

About Tuff-N-Uff
A more than 20-year old combat sports organization, the Las Vegas-based Tuff-N-Uff has presented the best amateur mixed martial arts (MMA) action in the nation since 2003, giving rise to the biggest star in the sport today, UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey. Tuff-N-UFF is lead by Las Vegas locals Jeff Meyer and Bryan Lindsey. Tuff-N-Uff has helped grow the careers of many other MMA athletes including Jessamyn Duke, Ashlee Evans-Smith, Tonya Evinger, Jon Fitch, Jesse Forbes, Chris Holdsworth, Brad Imes, Jimmy Jones and Jesse Taylor. In 2013, Tuff-N-Uff became the first combat sports organization to be included on the UFC International Fight Week schedule of events. Tuff-N-Uff celebrated its historic 20th anniversary Saturday, June 7, 2014, with over 15,000 fans, in a sold-out live event inside the Thomas and Mack Center. In 2014 and 2015, Tuff-N-Uff partnered with the International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) to present, as part of UFC International Fight Week 2014, the first-ever amateur MMA World Championships. Dedicated to its founder, the late Barry Meyer, Tuff-N-Uff is committed to the sport of MMA and building the “Future Stars of MMA.”

Kevin”The Monster” Randleman’s Public Services

Kevin Randleman on the Red Carpet at the MMA Awards 2016

Press Release:

Please Join The Randleman Family As We Remember Kevin”The Monster” Randleman’s Life.

DATE: Friday, March 4, 2016
TIME: 2:30 pm – (PLEASE be seated by 2:20)
WHERE: The Shrine of The Most Holy Redeemer
ADDRESS: 55 E. Reno Road, Las Vegas, NV 89119
(Across the street from the Luxor)

PLEASE BE SEATED BY 2:20PM. We respectfully request the you put your cell phones on mute during the Mass Service.
If any special needs are required please email karensocal@gmail.com

NOTE: There ia also a Memorial Service in Sandusky, Ohio March 9, 2016.

PLEASE Consider Making a Donation To
The KEVIN RANDLEMAN MEMORIAL FUND:
https://www.gofundme.com/324nmjsc


Rest In Peace Kevin,

Robby LeBlanc

Kevin and Elizabeth

 

 

The World MMA Awards February 5th

World MMA Awards 2016
It’s That Time of Year To Celebrate The MMA Community. Thanks To FightersOnly.com

Event Schedule:

  • 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Red Carpet Viewing at the Waterfall Atrium \
  • 7:30 pm – Doors Open & Seating
  • 8:00 pm – Showtime at the Venetian Theatre
  • 10:00 pm – After Party Lagasse’s Stadium at The Palazzo

For More Information:

www.WorldMMAAwards.com

See You On The Red Carpet!

Robby LeBlanc

The U.S. Women’s National Wrestling Team is Hosting a National Team Training Camp in Iowa City,

At USA Worlds 2015FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, January 18, 2016

Women’s National Wrestling Team training in Iowa City, Jan. 18-22, preparing for the Olympic year ahead

The U.S. Women’s National Wrestling Team is hosting a National Team training camp in Iowa City, Iowa from January 18-22. The team is training in the Dan Gable Wrestling Complex at Carver-Hawkeye Arena, and is guests of the University of Iowa wrestling team and Hawkeye Wrestling Club.

The camp is being conducted by National Women’s Coach Terry Steiner, and includes many of the top women’s freestyle wrestlers in the nation. These athletes are expected to be in the field at the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Wrestling, which returns to Carver-Hawkeye Arena, April 9-10.

This is the second time that Coach Steiner has conducted a National Team training camp in Iowa City, as a similar camp was held in 2012, another Olympic year. Steiner Womens TEAM USA in blue during Worlds 2015was a 1993 NCAA champion for Iowa, where he wrestled for the legendary Dan Gable.

“There are a bunch of different purposes. We have to come back together as a national team at camp. This is first time we have all been together as a team since the World Championships and that’s always important. We have some technical and tactical areas we need to clean up as a team,” said Steiner.

“The Olympic Trials are in Iowa City. Being in that arena, feeling the energy in Carver-Hawkeye and the flow of it, I want the girls to be very comfortable when we go in there in April. To train here for a week, they will be a lot more comfortable. Then, just to be around the Iowa program, which is known for its tradition of excellence, is invaluable. Just being around Tom and Terry Brands, men’s stars Tony Ramos and Brent Metcalf, people like that, is very important for them to see the intensity and feel the energy,” he said.