(Tacoma, WA) CageSport MMA returns to the Emerald Queen Casino, Saturday December 5th, 2009. In the main event, Yelm’s “Fast” Eddy Ellis (14-14-1) will fight Jory Erickson (2-1) out of Wolf Point Montana.
‘This is a great matchup because it pits an experienced fighter in Ellis up against a rising star in Erickson. It will be interesting to see which fighter comes out with the win,” said Promoter Brian Halquist.
In the Co-Main event, Sterling Ford (5-2) will fight Lloyd Woodard (3-0). “This promises to be one of the best fights of the year! Both fighters are CageSport MMA veterans and are extremely active inside the cage. It should be a great fight!” said Halquist.
Also fighting are fighters Julia Pennia (1-0) vs. Stephanie Webber (Pro-debut). “It’s always exciting when we can mix women’s MMA in with the men. The Emerald Queen fight fans really enjoy watching the woman fight!” said Halquist,
The show on December 5th, completes CageSport MMA’s first full year at the Emerald Queen Casino. “It has been a great year for combative sports fans at the Emerald Queen! We continue to support MMA and are excited to have four MMA shows in 2010!” said Halquist
The Fight Card
Eddy Ellis (14-14-1) Vs. Jory Erickson (2-1)
Sterling Ford (5-2) Vs. Lloyd Woodard (3-0)
Stephanie Webber (Pro Debut) Vs. Julia Pennia (1-0)
Dennis Parks (1-3) Vs. Tim Welch (1-1)
John Heath Vs. Jared Torgeson
Andrew Valmonte Vs. Calvin Horton
Tyson Johnson Vs. Fernando Corona
Justin Gardner Vs. Dave Courchaine
Charron Spain Vs. John Martinez
Available at the Emerald Queen Casino box office 1-888-831-7655 and at all Ticketmaster outlets. Or online at www.ticketmaster.com
Ticket Prices: $100 – $55 – $35
Get up to date information at: www.Halquistproductions.com
For more information or fighter interviews contact event coordinator Kelly Thompson at (509) 607-0497
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