- ZANE FRASIER STILL WFC CHAMPION

January 24, 2006
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Press Release
For Immediate Release

Denver CO, January 24, 2006: Zane Frazier and the Worldwide Fighting Championship announce that despite rumors, Zane Frazier will remain with the Mixed Martial Arts organization to continue to defend his heavyweight championship.

The rumors come amid speculation that Frazier would vacate his title to pursue options with other MMA organizations. Frazier wanted to go on record as saying that he never had any intention of leaving the WFC title stating that “a true champion stays and defends his belt.”

Frazier won the title September 24, 2005 stopping Ron Rumph in the first round at the inaugural WFC event “Clash of the Titans.” Frazier then defended the title November 5, 2005 beating Melville Calabaca also in the first round. Both wins came in the first round via TKO – referee stoppage due to strikes.

The WFC would like their fans to know that despite recent personnel changes, the organization is committed to providing MMA fans with the highest-caliber promotion in the industry.

For tickets, visit www.comcasttix.com, or call 877-544-TIXX. For more information please check www.thewfc.com or www.Budweisereventscenter.com. We invite all writers and photographers to cover the event and media credentials can be reserved by contacting J. Mesa via email to jmfighterinfo@hotmail.com. See you ringside

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