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Been gone for a while!

That's right... I'm BACK!!! Thanks to a few things mainly the government I seem to have a lot of time to dedicate on my sites! That means this one and MMAFightPics.com 

 So, be forewarned... ThroughTheCage.com is BACK! 

 

Thai Championship Boxing (TCB): 25 Fights, 7 Hours, 1 Great Event!

 

 

Thai Championship Boxing (TCB) made its debut in Northern Virginia in January 2011 and has become one of the biggest Muay Thai amateur fight series in the DC area. On November 17, 2012, TCB presented 25 fights in Chantilly, VA, with a female title fight as the main event (picture above) between Lauren Piemontese (left) from Smokin-Fist Fight Team and Casey Terrell  (right) from Capital MMA.
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Combat at the Capitale 28: DMV Brings Home 2 Wins


DeAngelo v. DeAngelo

On September 21, 2012, DC Boxing and Fitness (DCBFit) and Capital MMA and Fitness represented the Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia (DMV) area to take on fighters in Combat at the Capitale 28 in New York City (NYC). Presented by Lou Neglia and Ray Longo and sanctioned by the World Kickboxing Association (WKA), Combat at the Capitale is a kickboxing-only fight night series that features Muay Thai and Low-Kick fights. This evening’s fight card had 18 amateur fights (two were title fights) and 2 professional fights.

[“Low-Kick” or International Kickboxing rules allow punches, kicks above the waist, and kicks to the legs, whereas traditional Full Contact Rules or “American Kickboxing” only allow punches and kicks that are above the waist.] 

With three fighters (plus one exhibition fighter) from DCBFit and five from Capital MMA and Fitness, the DMV was hoping to return home with a good set of wins. But NYC has always been a tough city on these fighters, especially with hometown crowds behind teams, such as Team Tiger Shulmann (TTS). In the end, each camp did score one win, and they plan to return in February for the next Combat. 

Click HERE for photos.

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Combat at the Capitale 25: DMV Finally Gets a Win

 

Clinso Wins!

New York City (NYC) has proven to be a tough place to win for Washington, DC (DC), Maryland (MD), and Virginia (VA) (also known as “DMV”) fighters. For the past eight months, fighters from this area have trekked to the Big Apple to fight in Lou Neglia and Ray Longo’s fight nights: Combat at the Capitale and Combat at the Rasputin. Sanctioned by the World Kickboxing Association (WKA), both are kickboxing-only fight night series that features Muay Thai and Low-Kick fights

[“Low-Kick” or International Kickboxing rules allow punches, kicks above the waist, and kicks to the legs, whereas traditional Full Contact Rules or “American Kickboxing” only allow punches and kicks that are above the waist.]

On February 24, 2012, a crew from DC Boxing & Fitness made another trip NYC to fight in Combat at the Capitale 25. Katie Jaworski, who fought on the past four fight cards, was joined by teammates Clinso “The Rage” Brumfield and Jennifer Yang, who was a last minute replacement. Tara Smith from Warriors Martial Arts Club in Richmond, VA also made her Capitale debut to compete for the open Women’s Northeast WKA Championship. Diamond Watson from Team Combat in MD was originally scheduled to defend his North America Muay Thai Champion title against Mike Fischetti, from Team Tiger Schulmann. But Fischetti broke his nose during training and had to withdraw from the fight. According to Neglia, this fight will be rescheduled for the next show.

Click here for pictures of the DMV fighters' bouts.

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Pro Boxing Feb 25

Pro Boxing returns to Millersville, MD.

Pro Boxing Returns

 

CSC 32 Battleware Fighting Championships



Richmond, Virginia (VA) hosts a long running Muay Thai and mixed martial arts (MMA) fight series, known as the Combat Sports Challenge (CSC). On January 21, 2012, CSC partnered with Battleware Technologies to present CSC 32 Battleware Fighting Championships, which featured two amateur Muay Thai title fights, seven amateur Muay Thai fights, and four professional MMA fights. The fights were sanctioned by the World Kickboxing Association (WKA).
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