The Pinnacle Hotel in North Vancouver on October 2, 2010.

North Vancouver native “Tricky” Nick Marinos will be facing off against Murray Sogen for theIFC MMA Welterweight Title that is guaranteed to split the support of the crowd.

The Brazillian Capoeira Champ David De Jesus from DCS will be facing UBC Football player Clay Oates,from Team KARMA Outrage in Vancouver. Both fighters are coming in strong for their MMA debuts with amazing backgrounds in high-level sport.

Shaun Devries from Courtenay, BC trains with the one of the top MMA trainers in the province, Lance Cunningham.  He will be facing Jonathan Seymour from Vancouver, BC in an MMA bout. Jonathan Trains with world class MMA trainer Master SUK MAN.

Dustin Greentree of Kamikaze Punishment Team in Edmonton, AB will be battling Paul Lee of Team Havok in Kelowna, BC in an MMA bout that will be explosive.

Ronald Dias fights out of DCS. His brother and training partner, Ryan’s Dias, is a world class MMA competitor who trains UFC fighters and holds multiple world titles. Ryan Mogitbay trains with Oneal Mendoza who is a world authority on Stick & Knife fighting and trains athletes around the world.

More Local Kickboxing and Muay Thai
Clay Berg from Courtney, BC will be in a Heavyweight Muay Thai battle against Jones Kwiatkowki from Posener’s Muay Thai in Vancouver. Jones’ coach, Simon Posener has held a multitude of world titles, so expect Jones to go in extremely prepared.

Brandon Babet from team Havok has proven himself with an unblemished record this year will be facing off against Logan Martin from Carlson Gracie in Maple Ridge in a kickboxing bout that will put moth men’s records on the line.

The bout that many people have been waiting for pits two of the top Muay Thai schools in lower mainland against each other.  Jared Abrhamson from Clinch 4 life in Burnaby will be facing Justin Virkfrom Iron City Muay Thai in Richmond.

This is your chance to cheer on some of the most explosive Canadian fighters as they do battle each other MMA, Kickboxing and Muay Thai in North Vancouver, BC.

Book early by calling 604-318-1902 as limited tickets are available.

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