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Fighters vie for King of the Cage honors

Date Posted: 2010-01-21

Mamoru vs. Frank Baca, plus Kotesu Boku vs. Tony Hervey and Kiichi Kunimoto vs. Toby Imada. The three bouts promise to make January 30th a fight night to remember as Toryumon goes into action at the Okinawa Convention Center.

Billed as King of the Cage, Ronin Productions presents a night of mixed martial arts and cage fighting action. Tickets are on sale at Okinawa Market on Chuo Park Avenue in Okinawa City, tel. 921-2052, MCCS Tours Camp Foster, 646-3502 and Camp Hansen, 623-6344, as well as at Family Mart and Lawson convenience stores. VIP seating is ¥20,000, floor seating ¥10,000, bleachers ¥8,000, terrace seats ¥6,000, upper level ¥4,000 and 3rd level ¥2,000.

What is King of the Cage?

As the brainchild of Terry Trebilcock, King of the Cage first started promoting events almost ten years ago, when mixed martial arts, then known as No Holds Barred (NHB FIGHTING), was on the verge of extinction. In the following years, Trebilcock would dodge bullets but steadily cultivate the promotion into what is now known as one of the largest MMA institutions in the world.

Today, King of the Cage is available on PPV / In Demand to over 50 million homes in more than 25 countries. KOTC is also viewed on Fox Sports Net, which broadcasts to over 200 million homes. King of the Cage is being aired no less than 178 days per calendar year. Through years of blood, sweat and tears, King of the Cage has proven to be an integral part in the evolution of Mixed Martial Arts. No other production has promoted more fights than King of the Cage.

KOTC has and continues to promote hundreds of shows throughout the world, including 17 in the United States and far-reaching countries such as: England, Singapore, Hong Kong, Canada, Australia and now Japan!

King of the Cage has been a career starter and builder for countless stars as: Forrest Griffin, Quinton Rampage Jackson, Rashad Evans, Krazy Horse, Keith Berry, Mac Danzig, Paul Buentello, Urijah Faber, Joe Stevenson, Diego Sanchez, Thiago Alves, as well as legends like Don Frye, Shonie Carter, Dan Severn, and Vernon “Tiger” White.


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