UNDEFEATED DEONTAY WILDER TO DEFEND HEAVYWEIGHT WORLD TITLE AGAINST ERIC MOLINA ON SATURDAY, JUNE 13, LIVE ON SHOWTIME® FROM BARTOW ARENA IN BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Birmingham, Ala. (May 14, 2015) – Undefeated Heavyweight World Champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder (33-0, 32 KOs), of Tuscaloosa, Ala., will make the first defense of his title when he faces Eric “Drummer Boy” Molina (23-2, 17 KOs), of Raymondville, Texas, in the main event of SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® on Saturday, June 13, live on SHOWTIME® (9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT) at Bartow Arena in Birmingham, Ala. Continue reading
FROM THE CAGE, TO THE MAT, AND BACK TO THE CAGE… CALEB MILLER READY TO DEFEND HIS WELTERWEIGHT TITLEPosted in 2013 on May 20, 2015 by Champ
Welterweight champion, Caleb Miller, just may be the hardest working amateur fighter in the state! In fact, he bases his whole life around becoming a better fighter.
Miller (4-1, Guardian MMA) started training in the sport at the age of fourteen. He would watch tapes of Chuck Liddell and Georges St. Pierre and practice what he saw in his shed. Continue reading
On Friday, May 29, Greg Cohen Promotions, in association with GH3 Promotions, Prize Fight Promotion and Adam Wilcock’s Fight Card Productions, produced by David Schuster’s Winner Take All Productions, proudly announce the return of “Championship Boxing,” which will air live on CBS Sports Network (10:00 PM, ET) from the WC Handy Pavilion on Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee. Continue reading
Representatives from the Memphis Convention & Visitors Bureau, USA Boxing and Prize Fight Boxing have announced a major event which will take place in Memphis in October 2015.
The U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Women’s Boxing will take place October 26-31 at the Memphis Cook Convention Center in Memphis, Tenn. Twenty-four athletes will compete in the second edition of the event with one winner being crowned in each of the three women’s Olympic weight divisions. Continue reading
V3Fights delivered another great night of MMA action on Saturday night. A new champion was crowned, another kept his belt, and a whole new slew of talent was introduced to the V3 Legion.
It was a night full of submissions and split decisions. “Submission of the Night” honors went to Matt Holmes. He was able to secure a standing guillotine choke to his opponent, which forced him to tap in the very first round. Continue reading
Deontay Wilder Wants Fury, Klitschko
By Tracy Morin
Last Friday, Alabama-based Deontay Wilder brought his larger-t Continue reading
The snow, sleet, and ice didn’t stop the Legion from coming out on Saturday night and witnessing another great night of V3 action. Celebrities were in the house, the DJ had the place rocking, and the fighters put on a show that had fans screaming. Fight of the Night honors goes to Jorge Medina and Tony Williams. From Medina’s suplex submission attempt, to Williams’ showtime kick off the cage, there was never a dull moment in this fight. Knockout of the Night goes to Jason Arnold. He was able to spoil the much-anticipated pro debut of Malcolm Hardmon in just thirty nine seconds of the opening round. In a night full of submissions and finishes, “Submission of the Night” honors goes to Justin Hartley. After getting caught with a great punch by Wester, he was able to take his opponent down and latch on a front naked choke that put Wester out cold. Fighter of the Night goes to Chris Ocon. He was able to stop his opponent in the first round via TKO after landing several body kicks. And a new champion was crowed when Caleb Miller put on a great display of grappling and defeating Scott Moss.
Full Results Below:
170 – Braden Crowell defeated Jeff Ranger via TKO in round #2 (2:33)
145 – Chris Ocon defeated Jacob Hise via TKO in round #1 (:49)
170 – Rodney Shafer defeated Colton Woods via RNC in round #1 (2:03)
155 – Casey Peel defeated Paul Gibson via TKO in round #1 (:32)
145 – Alex Riggs defeated Paco De La Hoya via standing guillotine choke in round #1 (1:41)
125 – Nathan Lindsay defeated Frankie Nuffio via unanimous decision
125 – Monica Medina defeated Erica Fincher via TKO in round #1 (2:10)
150 catchweight – Pat Crumpton defeated Greg Cross via split decision
170 title fight – Caleb Miller defeated Scott Moss via head and arm triangle in round #1 (:33)
CALEB MILLER IS THE NEW V3FIGHTS WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION
145 – Jorge Medina defeated Tony Williams via unanimous decision
205 – Jason Arnold defeated Malcolm Hardmon via KO in round #1 (:39)
175 catchweight – Justin Hartley defeated Jonny Wester via front naked choke in round #1 (1:32)
V3Fights was founded in Memphis, TN as an amateur fighting circuit in 2009. In 2014, the company made their professional debut. The company’s mission is to provide quality professional MMA events for fans across the mid-south whether it be live, on television, or pay per view. V3Fights is one of the premier launching pads for professional MMA fighters are the next generation of MMA. For more information on V3Fights, visit www.v3fights.com.