(Chandler, AZ) On Saturday March 19, 2011 the Arizona promotion Rage in the cage will bring its fans the 150th event, live from the Wild Horse Pass Casino in Chandler, AZ. On hand for the event will be special guest Anderson Silva who will be bringing two fighters to compete at RITC 150, will be [...]
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Rage in the Cage Arizona held its 149th Mixed Martial arts card was held in at Wild Horse Pass casino this weekend once again featuring UFC veteran fighters and a very exciting fight card.
For quite some time many mixed martial arts schools around Arizona have openly bashed Rolland Sarria and flooded forums with slur about his self promotion to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt
Last night marked the first fight card of 2011 for the Arizona based promotion Rage in the Cage. The 148 RITC event was filled with 11 fights full of MMA action in front of a packed house. The recent change to unified rules, and better fight booking has been catching on and if you have [...]
The Arizona based fight organization Rage in the Cage is breaking new boundaries into the New Year with their most stacked card to date.
The last Rage in the Cage of 2010 took place last night at the Celebrity Theater in Phoenix Arizona, marking another successful year for Arizona’s #1 MMA Organization. It was a packed house even with the UFC and Strikeforce taking place at the same time, and the fans were fully into the fights.
During Friday’s Rage in the Cage 145, James Fabbri secured a kimura from side control that looked really bad and ended even worse when Matthew Mito refused to tap
Rage in the cage impressed us all once again with a great night of fights, and that’s why they are such a successful organization here in Arizona – exciting fights and a professional show. On the 144 card only 1 of 14 fights went to decision and only 2 fights left the first round. RITC 145 had 17 fights and only 6 went to decision and many finished in the first round. The fighters and matchups are great and they are always trying to please the audience.