Deuce Carter set an intense pace from the opening bell of his debut bout against Landon Bush. Bush showed his gameness as he kept marching down Carter throughout the battle, but despite his pressure and ring-cutting, Carter’s sharp combos to the head and body earned the judges’ favor. Bush slips to 0-1, while Carter adds a debut W to his new 1-0 record.
Fight for It returns on February 27th with FFIX in Rock Hill, SC. The night is slated to feature MMA, Kickboxing, and Combat Jiu-Jitsu. Tickets are on sale now in the fightforitcompany.com store. Download the […]
Roland Mizell looks to defend his kickboxing title against the heavy hands of Marquell Fulwood-Jones
Though neither man’s a stranger to Fight For It events, the heavyweight title bout between Roland Mizell and Marquell Fulwood-Jones is a welcome surprise all the same. In Mizell’s last appearance at Fight For It […]
The meeting of the 5′ 10″ Alex Lockely and 6′ 5″ Jason Dula was poised, on paper at least, to be the David vs. Goliath bout of Fight For It IX. The debuting kickboxers, fighting […]