May 11, 2007
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by MMAWeekly.com Staff
Mixed Martial Arts Championship (MMAC) and New Sports Entertainment (NSE) will present Washington, D.C.’s first full contact Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) competition, “The Revolution,” on May 12, 2007, at the D.C. Armory.

MMAC will feature twelve incredible battles with fighters from across the country and Latin America. Many of the nation’s top MMA training camps will be represented at the D.C. Armory. The card is filled with experienced fighters, rising stars, and mixed martial arts’ athletes making their professional debut.

Sam Kim, matchmaker for “The Revolution” said, “MMAC has brought together fighters and match-ups that will be exciting for MMA enthusiasts as well as newcomers to the sport. Fans do not want to miss this exciting night of action. At this elite level, anything can and will happen in the ring.”

The May 12th Card will feature co-main events:

Light Heavyweight:
Fabiano Capoani vs. Homer “The Rock” Moore

Nino Schembri vs. Amir Rahnavardi

Other battles include:

Light Heavyweight:
Shane Dezee vs. Herbert “The Gorilla” Goodman

Rafael “Mantega” Bastos vs. Chaylen Rader

Killa B. Niimi vs. Chris Manuel

Rocky Bastastini vs. Edson Conterraneo

Matt Sung Lee vs. Ashe Bowman

Rodrigo Botti vs. Sam Liera

Patrick Barrentine vs. Antwain Britt

Marcelo Brito vs. Omar de la Cruz

Brian Caraway vs. Sam Mitchel

Ron Foster vs. Kyle Baker

MMAC is the first martial arts organization licensed by the District of Columbia Boxing and Wrestling Commission. Mixed Martial Arts is the nation’s fastest growing combat sport. It combines traditional fighting techniques such as Muay Thai, Jiu-Jitsu, Kickboxing, and other martial art styles that challenge the fighters’ physical fitness, skill, mental toughness, and discipline.

This historic production will be recorded live in HDTV for broadcast this summer on the TV-One network. Fans in attendance will also be entertained between fights with the music of DJ Enferno as well as experience an exciting light show throughout the competition.

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