Thanks for the continue support of The DuCross Brothers: The Sports Warriors. First thing we would like to announce is that we will be back in action in the new year so be sure to stay tuned for that. Also, we would like to introduce you to our December hottie of the month Nana Kim....Thank you for doing this and supporting us.
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The Brothers would like to introduce our newest hottie of the month Miss Alicia Bell. Check out here section in our sexy side. Also be sure to hit us up on Facebook @theducrossbros and check out the news articles below.
Everyone we would like to introduce you to the newest hottie of the month, her name is Jackie Boisjoli. We would like to thank her for taking the time to support us in doing this. So, be sure to check out her bio and photos by clicking over to "The Sexy Side".
Everyone we would like to introduce you to the newest hottie of the month, her name is Danielle Barnes. We would like to thank her for taking the time to support us in doing this. So, be sure to check out her bio and photos by clicking over to "The Sexy Side". Also, we wanted to let all of our fans know that we are currently working on a few things...our schedule has been crazy since we now cover Bellator MMA among other MMA events that you will start seeing more MMA Fighter Interviews on here, more recaps of mma events on here as well. Be on the look out for The DuCross Brothers.
Last Night WCK Muay Thai: Hot Summer nights at Pechanga Resort & Casino put on another spectacular event. If you have never seen a muay thai event in person WCK knows how to put together a show. Below we have posted the results from the show. This show was taped by Fox Sports which will air the fights Friday 12pm to 1am and on Fox Sports San Diego 11pm to 12pm so be sure to catch this event. Check your local listings.
The DuCross Brothers would like to announce our August DuCross Brothers Hottie of the month Alyssa Agostini. So, be sure to check her bio plus pictures in our sexy side in the upper right hand corner. Also on another note many people have been sending emails and hitting us up on facebook asking about when are we going to be back on the air. Well, after our stint on ESPN Radio we choose to stay off the air and talk to other radio stations, just be patient keep it locked here on updates with us because we are working on some big things.
First thing coming up on our schedule is World Series Of Fighting: #4 which will be in Ontario, CA August 10, 2013 so if you have not gotten tickets for the event please go here....
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We are back with a brand new hottie of the month her name is the one and only Sara Picken Brown coming from Australia. If you go to the sexy side you can check out her bio and photos. Also she is running for Playboy Social so please show your support for our Hottie of the month GO VOTE! CLICK HERE. We have put up a new article that came out this week by World Series Of Fighting thought it was a good piece check that out below in our cross roads section. Stay up to the minute with The DuCross Brothers sports talk over on Facebook by going HERE
Another month, another brand new hottie and her name is Abi Christine Woodcock. So, we are going to say thank you to her for joining the long list of hottie of the month and supporting The DuCross Brothers Brand as we continue to grow and change the sports talk culture. We are working on a few things as well, so be sure to just keep tabs on us. You can get at us on facebook The DuCross Brothers
Hey Everyone here you go the brothers would like to announce Kimberly Larsen as the newest edition to The DuCross Brothers Hottie of the month. So we would like to say thank you to Kimberly for doing this and supporting us. So, check out her section in the upper right hand section to view her photos and her bio just an amazing person. Also be on the look out as we continue to get back out there, Shaun and I will be at Temecula Pechanga Resort and Casino Saturday April 6th covering the WCK Muay Thai
Kyle Turley talked with The DuCross Brothers, about the state of the game , Ben Roethlisberger and his music career that he has started on make sure to check out http://www.gridironrecords.com/ and his first album ‘Anger Management’ out now. Listen here
First thing we would like to say is thank you to the Co-Creator of Slamball Mason Gordon for coming on our show to discuss the past, future direction of the sport and more. Also, on the show we had topics from the NBA, NHL Playoffs, Major League Baseball's all stars not having the kind of season's many thought they should, Padres making changes while across the I-5 choices need to be made and we also talked some MMA so be sure to grab this hot show. .. ..Listen Here
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World Series of Fighting acquires Canada's Aggression Fighting Championship
World Series of Fighting Canada launches with Dec. 7 event in Vancouver
LAS VEGAS (Oct. 2, 2013) - With a new global partnership with IMG Media now in place, the Las Vegas-based World Series of Fighting promotion is ready to step outside the U.S.
World Series of Fighting has acquired Canada's top MMA promotion, Aggression Fighting Championship, and will launch World Series of Fighting Canada beginning with a Dec. 7 event at Vancouver's PNE Agrodome. The main event sees hard-hitting light heavyweight Anthony "Rumble" Johnson (15-4) take on knockout artist Mike "MAK" Kyle (20-10-1), as well as a rescheduled middleweight tournament semifinal bout between Elvis "The King" Mutapcic (13-2) and Jesse "JT Money" Taylor (26-9).
"The launch of World Series of Fighting Canada is an incredibly exciting announcement for our promotion," World Series of Fighting President Ray Sefo said. "From the beginning, we have maintained our desire to bring our elite-level mixed martial arts action to Canada and the great MMA fans that live there, as well as markets around the globe. We embrace this new division of our company that will allow us to make great strides into Canada, which has long proven to have one of the most passionate and knowledgeable MMA fan bases in the world."
Johnson has already competed twice for World Series of Fighting, earning a hard-fought decision win over former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski in March, as well as a highlight-reel first-round knockout of D.J. Linderman in the promotion's debut event.
Kyle is a highly respected competitor of the sport who boasts a solid record stacked with knockout wins. The 33-year-old slugger counts 13 such victories among his 20 career wins.
In the night's co-feature, Mutapcic and Taylor finally meet in the cage after the New Jersey State Athletic Control Board delayed their planned September fight. The winner of the bout moves on to meet David Branch for World Series of Fighting's middleweight title.
Further details for "World Series of Fighting 7: Johnson vs. Kyle," which will feature a blend of established World Series of Fighting talent and some of Canada's brightest prospects, which will be announced shortly. Like World Series of Fighting's U.S.-based shows, the event will air live domestically and on NBCSN. International broadcast plans will be revealed in the coming weeks.
"This is an incredible opportunity for us to showcase our Canadian fighters on a massive platform with NBC Sports Network as well as other network partners," World Series of Fighting Canada Chief Operating Officer Darren Owen said. "Our fans will be getting the chance to see world-class MMA fights, and they will be able to enjoy exciting events across our great country. We couldn't be more excited for both our fighters and fight fans across Canada. We are thrilled to become part something as big as the World Series of Fighting Canada."
With the launch of World Series of Fighting Canada, the brand will aggressively expand its global reach and also provide a five-star platform for top Canadian talent.
"I couldn't be more motivated and excited to make this announcement," World Series of Fighting Canada Chief Financial Officer Steve Fader said. "We've always wanted to do what's best for the fighters and fans, and this next step clearly does both. World Series of Fighting Canada will allow us to showcase all the top-level talent Canada has to offer. We will be putting on shows bigger and better than ever, coast to coast."
Further details about World Series of Fighting Canada are available at WSOFCanada.com.
About World Series of Fighting
World Series of Fighting is a professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fight promotion dedicated to delivering an incredible, action-packed entertainment experience for fight fans by producing the best possible matchups between elite fighters from around the globe. For more information please visit WSOF.com. Follow World Series of Fighting on Twitter @MMAWorldSeries and World Series of Fighting President Ray Sefo @SugarRaySefo.
This week, We have caught ourselves thinking a lot about MMA from the recent UFC 165 to Bellator 101. We’ve chosen to fast forward to perhaps the biggest day in Bellator fighting championship history. Which brings us to the battle of two former UFC Light Heavyweight Champions Tito Ortiz vs Quinton Rampage Jackson November 2nd,2013 in Tito Ortiz backyard of Long Beach, California. While its a good time for Bellator to launch its first Pay Per View, There is something you must keep in mind. Ortiz has not won a fight since 2000 (faced Ryan Bader), Jackson has lost his last 3 fights in the UFC before signing a deal with Impact Wrestling as part of a deal with Bellator.
We believe we should be focusing more on who else is on the card granted the BIG names are the headliners, rightfully so because of the name value. This card is stacked you have Michael Chandler, Eddie Alveraz, Patt Curran and King Mo Lawal who all are fighting for Championships. These fighters hands down could be more exciting than King Kong vs Godzilla. Three title fights, Three epic battles for gold so by no shape or form should this card be overlooked just because of the “headliners”. We have covered 3 Bellator events, November 2nd, 2013 in Long Beach California will the fourth.The DuCross Brothers The Sports Warriors will be working so if the previous events are an indication of what is to come this card is a must get on Pay Per View. Check your local listing. Fight fans will want to pay for this event, get your tickets now, get your beer and snacks ready. This will be a HISTORIC NIGHT.
Let us touch on a few things about the fight card outside of the headliners about why you the fight fans would or should get this first Bellator PPV. Does anyone remember the night Michael Chandler made Eddie Alaverz tap out in one of the most exciting fights in 2009? This battle has had people foaming at the mouth to see these two square off once more for the Lightweight Championship Title. How about King Mo Lawal when he got knocked out in dramatic fashion back in the semifinals of the light heavyweight tournament. Only to come back and get another shot at the gold against the man that gave him one of the most devastating losses of his career. Many thought King Mo Lawal would have been derailed after getting knocked off the track by Emmanuel Newton (who is younger and faster than he looks). Emannuel Newton is an underrated fighter. You then have perhaps the biggest battle between Pat Curran and Daniel Strauss at 145 for the Featherweight Title. These are 2 of the best 145ers in MMA to date. These guys will battle it out to see who is hands down the best 145er in the game today. Two fighters will walk into the cage but, only 1 will reign supreme and be crowned Featherweight champ. Holding all the bragging rights! no more injuries! no more excuses! Scores will be settled November 2nd, 2013 in Long Beach California.
Bellator MMA (99) Featherweight Tournament Opening Round
September 13, 2013 Pechanga Resort, Temecula CA
Andrew Fisher (12-4-1, 4KO’s, 7 SUB’s) vs Joe Taimanglo (18-4-1, 4 KO’s, 11 SUB’s)
Taimanglo hits a nice left right combo that knocks Fisher back to the cage and applies a standing guillotine. Fisher is able to fight out of it and Taimanglo is working to push Fisher back towards the cage and Taimanglo hits an uppercut. Taimanglo connects with a nice push kick. Taimanglo eats a straight right from Fisher. Fisher hit a solid uppercut to the body.
Taimanglo hits a solid leg kick to Fisher’s left leg and comes back with an attempted uppercut. Taimanglo hits 1 uppercuts in a row that bloody’s the mouth of Fisher and then hits a left hook. Fisher hits a straight jab to Taimanglo. Taimanglo throws 2 straight left jabs and then got hit with a right hook from Fisher.
Both fighters come out and give a hug to each other. Taimanglo comes out throwing and trying to hit some low leg kicks to Fisher. Fisher continues to try to find his rhythm and put some combos together. Taimanglo hits a spinning back kick that sends Fisher back towards the cage. Fisher absorbs a right hook to the body and follows up an overhand right. Both fighters are starting to stand in front of each other trading shots.
Winner: Joe Taimanglo (29-28, 30-27 Unanimous decision)
Justin Wilcox (11-5, 2 KO’s, 1 SUB) vs Akop Stepanyan (13-5, 7 KO’s, 2 SUB’s)
Both fighters touch gloves. Wilcox comes out throwing a high leg kick that misses. Stepanyan hits an inside leg kick to Wilcox’s right leg that knocks him down to the mat. Wilcox hits a low leg kick to the left leg of Stepanyan as Stepanyan was pushing forward. Stepanyan hits a hard leg kick to Wilcox lead leg and follow up with a nice right left combo that staggers Wilcox. Stepanyan avoids another high leg kick and hits Wilcox in the back with a punch and then a kick to the ribs. Stepanyan his a strong right hand. Stepanyan his a calf kick that takes down Wilcox again.
Wilcox comes out again as he throws a wild right that Stepanyan avoids and counters with a hook; which he follows with a right calf kick to Wilcox left leg that takes him down again. Stepanyan hits a high spinning back kick that rocks Wilcox. Wilcox quickly tries to shoot in for the takedown and is able to get it. Wilcox is able work and grab the back of Stepanyan and lock in a RNC.
Winner: Justin Wilcox (2nd round RNC)
Houston Alexander (15-9, 10 KO’s, 3 SUB’s) vs Vladimir Matyushenko (26-7, 9 KO’s, 7 SUB’s)
Both fighters come out testing the distance. Matyushenko hits a leg kick to Alexander’s left leg and Alexander returns with a right hand. Matyushenko attempts a takedown, but Alexander stuffs it and ends up on top and throws a punch to the ribs of Matyushenko. Matyushenko is able to roll out and get to the top and then back to his feet. Matyushenko scores with a takedown and moves into side control, then to full mount and Alexander gives up his back; however both fighters let go and get back to their feet. Matyushenko hits a solid right to Alexander’s face.
Matyushenko comes out throwing a faint leg kick to Alexander. Alexander connects with a solid left hook to Matyushenko head. Matyushenko throws a low leg kick to Alexander that Alexander counters and hits a right hand. Alexander throws a overhand right that just missed and follows it back up with a uppercut followed with a right. Matyushenko attempts a takedown that is stuffed by Alexander.
Matyushenko comes out throwing the left jab and lands a right low leg kick to Alexander’s left leg. Matyushenko rocks Alexander with a straight right hand. Both fighters then exchange a flurry of punches, Matyushenko scores another takedown. Alexander rolls to avoid and gives Matyushenko his back. Alexander is able to scramble back up to his feet, but Matyushenko rides Alexander face first back into the cage and then is able to take him back down to the mat. Matyushenko is trying to work from the top position and is hitting some punches from under the guard of Alexander.
Winner: Vladimir Matyushenko (Unanimous decision)
Des Green (9-1, 2 KO’s, 1 SUB) vs Fabricio Guerreiro (17-2, 3 KO’s, 12 SUB’s)
Guerreiro comes out attempting a side kick to the midsection of Green and then fires off a left right combo. Guerreiro hits a loud left leg kick to Green’s right leg. Guerreiro scores with a judo toss that sends Green to the mat, but both fighters get back to their feet quick. Green scores with a one leg takedown towards the end of the round.
Guerreiro attempts a high leg kick that was partly blocked by Green. Green hits a straight right as Guerreiro was shooting in for the takedown and scores, but Green popped back up as Guerreiro is able to get Green’s back. Guerreiro has cage control and working the hamstring area of Green with knees. Green finally is able to get out of the grasp of Guerreiro. Green shoots for a one leg takedown but uses it to hold Guerreiro upright as he hits a right hook to Guerreiro’s head. Green scores a one legged take down with a leg sweep at the end of the round.
Green grabs the back of Guerreiro and walks Guerreiro to the cage. Green still has cage control from behind on Guerreiro and is now working knees to Guerreiro’s hamstring. Guerreiro rolls out of the hold that Green had and both fighters are to there feet in the center of the cage. Guerreiro attempts a uppercut that just missed connecting. Green stuffs attempted takedown by Guerreiro and was able to basically stay on there feet.
Winner: Fabricico Guerreiro (Unanimous decision 29-28 )
Diego Nunes Vs Patricio Pitbull
Both fighters come out in feeling out process. Pitbull connects with a left hook that hit Nunes behind the ear and just dropped him to the mat.
Winner: 1:15 Rd 1 KO Patricio Pitbull
Bellator MMA (99) Featherweight Tournament Opening Round
September 13, 2013 Pechanga Resort, Temecula CA
Savo Kosic (4-1, 2 KO’s, 1 SUB) vs Hector Ramirez (9-5-1, 4 KO’s, 2 SUB’s)
Ramirez quickly gets the fight to the ground, after he attempted a judo toss on Kosic that was partly defended and resulted in Ramirez still maintaining the top position on Kosic. Ramirez for most of the round worked from the top position.
Kosic comes came out to start the round with his arms down, but was able to push the fight to start by landing a high leg kick that was partly blocked by Ramirez. The fight was stopped for a few secs after a poke to the eye from Kosic to Ramirez. The fight was restarted and Kosic quickly went on to pressure and as hitting some heavy shots, but Ramirez was doing his best to counter, then Kosic applied a standing guillotine and went for a knee to the midsection of Ramirez, but named him below the belt. Once the fight is restarted for Ramirez, he quickly went at Kosic and hit Kosic with a left hook that dropped him to the mat. Ramirez hits ground and pound from the top and works to the side control for an arm triangle. Ramirez is able to get to the full mount and then moves into side control. Ramirez hits a knee to the ribs of Kosic and then a couple short elbows.
Kosic comes out strong in this round and hits a heavy right, but Ramirez quickly backs up Kosic. Kosic comes back and throws a leg kick. Then pushes Ramirez up against the cage and hits a leg kick to the ribs and then a straight right. Ramirez follows up with a takedown of his own again as he gets into side control. Kosic finally makes his way back up to his fight and tries his best to end the round with a flurry.
Winner: Hector Ramirez (Unanimous decision)
Andy Murad (6-0, 2 KO’s, 1 SUB) vs Gavin Sterritt (4-1, 1 KO’s, 3 SUB’s)
Sterritt, quickly moves in and pushes Murad up against the cage. Sterritt, in the clinch up against the cage as he starts to dirty box and then is able to finally score a takedown on Murad. Sterritt is working on Murad’s left arm and was working for a kimura. Murad is able to defend it off and both fighters work there way back up to their feet. Sterritt is able to score another take down.
Sterritt starts the round off the same way he finished the last round with a take down. Murad walks the cage back to his feet, but Sterritt works on holding cage position and hitting inside punches. Sterritt hits a nice push kick to the midsection of Murad and then quickly shoots in for a takedown attempt that is stopped by Murad. Sterritt is working the cage position. Both fighters both fighters back to the center, both fighters exchange punches and Sterritt gets opened up over his right eye.
Murad hits a right hand to start the round. Murad and Sterritt exchanges kicks. Sterritt continues his takedowns on Murad as he’s able to score again. Murad is able to make it back to his feet. Murad hits a high leg kick after the doctors check on Sterritt’s left eye. Murad hits a uppercut and follows with a kick to Sterritt’s left leg. Murad hits a left hook and follows with a right that rocks Sterritt, Murad continues to pressure the fight and nails a high leg kick.
Winner: (28-29 Sterriett , 29-28 Murad, 28-29 Sterritt, by Split decision Gavin Sterritt)
Musa Toliver (9-8-1, 1 KO) vs Gotty Yamauchi (14-1, 12 SUB’s)
Toliver attempted to shoot in on Yamauchi, but Yamauchi was able to defend and work to Toliver’s back and locking in the rear naked choke.
Winner: Gotty Yamauchi 1st round RNC
Manny Lara (9-8-1, 1 KO) vs Blagoi Ivanov (7-0, 4 KO’s, 2 SUB’s)
Both fighters come out testing the distance. Ivanov is the first to pressure as he moves into cage control, but Lara is able to switch the cage positioning. However Ivanov was able to move into position to lock in a standing guillotine.
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