- IFL INTERVIEWS & WEIGH-INS FROM OAKLAND

January 19, 2007
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The International Fight League kicks off its 2007 season tonight in Oakland, California, and MMAWeekly is there providing full coverage. Yesterday, we brought you the full weigh-in results with a complete photo gallery of the proceedings and today we bring you a mountain of video coverage.


 


In an interview with Frank Shamrock, whose San Jose Razorclaws face his brother Ken’s Nevada Lions tonight, they discussed not only Frank’s thoughts on the fights tonight, but quite a bit about his brother and the tension between the two. “I love my brother dearly, but I’d love nothing more than to kick his ass both in the ring and out,” said Frank. Tonight it is their respective teams competing, but would the two brothers ever get in the ring together? Find out what Frank thinks about such a possibility… his answer may surprise you.


 


Stephen Quadros and Bas Rutten are on tap for broadcasting duties tonight in Oakland, but we have them here first on MMAWeeklyTV’s In The Cage. The “Dynamic Duo” talks about the opportunity that the IFL has given them to continue to work together and they give us a glimpse at their thoughts on the fights tonight. Not only that, but they talk about the proposed IFL Superfight between coaches Maurice Smith and Marco Ruas and the California State Athletic Commission’s hesitancy to approve the fight.


 


Yesterday, we had the full weigh-in photo gallery and now we have the video of the proceedings for those of you that can’t be there live. The IFL weigh-in photo gallery is still available here, free of charge as always, and if you’re an MMAWeekly Premium Member, you can check out the IFL weigh-in video in MMAWeeklyTV’s Behind The Scenes.


 


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