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Program Lineup Through Thursday July 14

Date Sport Event Price
Fri Jul 8 9:00PM ET MMA AX Combat 1 - Execution $9.99
Fri Jul 8 10:00PM ET MMA Quest for Glory Fighting Championships 2 $9.99
Sat Jul 9 10:30PM ET MMA Fight Night Round XV - Armed Forces $9.99
Wed Jul 13 8:00PM ET Wrestling Luche Libre International - 4th anniversary show $FREE!




MMA Events


AX Combat 1 - Execution

Fri Jul 8 9:00PM ET


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From the ownership of one of MMA's top clothing lines, Assassin, comes a new MMA promotion - Ax

Combat! On July 8, Ax Combat presents Execution; at the Calgary Telus Convention Center in front of what

is sure to be a rabid house.


The 11-bout card is scheduled to have six amateur fights with five professional bouts, all inside a 24' x 24'

ring. The ring will give fans in attendance and watching live on the GFL Combat Sports Network at GFL.tv a

great viewing experience, reminiscent of the days when PRIDE FC reigned supreme.


In the main event, Canadian veteran Ryan Machan (13-6) battles Keto Allen (5-2) in a welterweight contest

of Alberta, Canadians. Machan is coming off of a victory in his last fight by triangle choke and looks to use

his grappling skills to keep Allen off balance and lock up a winning submission. Allen has dropped his last

two fights in tough order which will only add incentive for him to fight like there is no tomorrow. With all of

his wins ending in either KO or submission, Allen will look to regain career momentum at the expense of

Machan. This main event will have the local crowd on its feet as well as anybody watching online.


In the co-main event, Kim Couture (3-4) fights Sheila Bird (1-0). Couture, a Strikeforce veteran, is used to

the spotlight and it will be something Bird has to deal with. The hometown Bird is coming off of a spectacular

TKO victory and she will need to bring her punching power in to the ring as Couture fought with a broken jaw

earlier in her career without quitting. Expect this fight to be a standup war with both women standing toe to

toe in the center of the ring throwing haymakers.


Don't miss this stacked card featuring both professional and amateur fighters emanating from the Rocky

Mountains of Canada! Watch the champions of tomorrow compete today on this stacked card as Ax Combat

delivers its inaugural event, Execution on July 8, streaming live on pay-per-view exclusively at GFL.tv!


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Quest for Glory Fighting Championships 2

Fri Jul 8 10:00PM ET


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Quest For Glory Fighting Championships 2 - No Second Chances a highly anticipated combo event featuring

MMA and Muay Thai comes to you live on July 8 from The Vogue Theater in Vancouver, British Columbia,

Canada and live on GFL.tv. This 8-bout card features 3 Muay Thai title fights and also a MMA #1 Contender

Match in the 165 lb division. British Columbia is home to some of the best combat sports fans anywhere in

the world and Quest For Glory Fighting Championships is looking to carve out its niche in this talent-ridden



In the main event, current 160 lb Muay Thai Champion, Joe Halfar (5-1) fights up and coming Josh Write (3-1).

A fight that has been a long time coming will showcase the division's best strikers as Halfar and Write lock

horns to decide who the alpha dog at 160 lb is. Halfar is a bit more experienced and holds knockout power in

his hands and feet, but Write also brings a ferocious striking game into the fight. You can bet that Halfar and

Write will have their hands, feet, elbows and knees flying when they hit center stage. Look for this match to

be a dogfight and for both fighters to go down in the course of the fight.


In the other action, Adam Blanchette (4-2) fights Tony Strong (4-0) for the 185 lb Muay Thai Championship.

Blanchette fights out of the Iron City camp and always pushes the pace and comes forward, never backing

down. Strong, a Sanshou Champion, is undefeated for a reason, and will meet Blanchette in the middle of

the ring. Look for both men to dish out tons of punishment. Whoever walks away the victor after this match

will deserve the title of Champion.


The final title fight of the night will be for the 170 lb Muay Thai Championship as Nick Udivisic (2-0) battles

Tobey Clearly (8-2). Udivisic is from the aforementioned Iron City Muay Thai, and Clearly trains out of the

Carlson Gracie Academy. Udivisic trains solely in Muay Thai while Clearly also trains in MMA so that could

be a big factor in this fight where the rules might favor Udivisic.


Don't miss this electrifying event featuring some of Canada's finest Muay Thai and MMA competitors

competing in front of a packed theater. Watch all of the fights exclusively on pay-per-view on July 8 as Quest

For Glory Fighting Championships 2 presents No Second Chances only at GFL.tv!


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Fight Night Round XV - Armed Forces

Sat Jul 9 10:30PM ET


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Fight Night Entertainment presents Round XV - Armed Forces July 9 at the Meydenbauer Convention Center

in beautiful Bellevue, Washington. The event is a mixture of MMA fights and live music that will have the

MMA fans in the Northwest rocking and rolling with the action in the cage and on the stage. The festivities

start with the fighter weigh-ins at SKY Ultra Lounge on July 8 at 7pm followed by the fights a day later on

July 9. Doing live commentary cage-side will be former UFC Lightweight Champion, and Washington native,

Jens "Lil Evil" Pulver.


In the main event, UFC, TUF alum and Strikeforce vet Len "The Liger" Bentley (9-4) fighting out of Victory

Athletics battles UFC veteran Rob Yundt (8-4) who last competed with the Alaska Fighting Championships.

The main event is a pay-per-view worthy matchup that showcases two of the best middleweight fighters in

the North Pacific region. Bentley will have the hometown crowd at his back and will send the fans home

happy if he can dispatch Yundt. Yundt, who is coming down from Alaska, has already picked up one victory

in 2011 and looks to make Bentley number two in as many fights. Both fighters have a full arsenal in their

tool box but look for this fight to be a slugfest with fireworks going off from the opening bell.


In the co-main event, Chanti Johnson (7-2) from White Buffalo Warriors fights Tyson Nam (8-4) of Team

Quest in a fight that would headline most cards. Johnson is on a 3-fight win streak, all wins coming via

stoppage, and will look to push the pace and use his cardio to gain the advantage over Nam. Nam is coming

off of a tough decision and has his back against the wall and will be ready to pour it on Johnson if he sees

an opening. This fight could be the springboard for either man to jump to the national level and both athletes

will be looking to win in decisive fashion.


Along with the MMA fights, there will also be a live music performance by Seattle Group, Island Trybe. Make

sure to get to the convention center early and stay late to see both attractions. After the show wraps up

there will also be a post-fight party at The Parlor in Bellevue.


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- Press Release from GFL




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