Tryouts to be held in Las Vegas at Palace Station

Open to lightweight and welterweight men


Las Vegas, Nevada – Official tryouts for the upcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter® are now scheduled to take place at Palace Station in Las Vegas, Nev. on Monday, April 27. Tryouts are open to 155 and 170-pound men with a winning professional record.

The winner of this season of The Ultimate Fighter® will win a lucrative contract with the UFC®. This season of The Ultimate Fighter will begin filming in May and will premiere on FOX Sports 1 in September 2015.

Candidates must attend tryouts. Additionally, they must be male, between the ages of 21 and 34 years of age, have the legal ability to live and work in the United States and have professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fight experience – holding a winning record with a minimum of three professional fights (with verifiable records). Applications, which should be completed and brought to the tryouts, can be found online at Tryout details are provided below:



Palace Station Hotel, 2411 West Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89102

Tryouts will be held in the Grand Ballroom


Monday, April 27, 2015

Registration begins @ 8:00 a.m. PT

Fighters will be required to grapple & hit pads. Please bring appropriate gear.

*Applicants will be notified at the end of the tryouts if they have been selected to participate in the casting finals process. If selected, applicants must be prepared to stay in Las Vegas until May 1, 2015.

Questions can be directed to:

The Ultimate Fighter®, which debuted in 2005, has launched the careers of some of the UFC’s most recognizable names and successful athletes. The series has produced champions such as Forrest Griffin, Rashad Evans, TJ Dillashaw, Carla Esparza and Matt Serra, as well as season winners Michael Bisping, Ryan Bader, Nate Diaz and John Dodson.

For more show information, bios, videos and photos, visit and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @UltimateFighter or

Duel For Domination MMA Sat March 14 Fight Card


Great job matchmaker Scott Lewis! His first card!

Main Event – Pro Fight 145 lbs 3×5

Keoni Diggs (2-0, MMA LAB) vs Gabriel Palomares (3-2, Fight Ready MMA and Fitness )

Co-Main Event – Pro Fight 145 lbs 3×5

David Arcangel (0-0, 7-1 ammy, Power MMA & Fitness ) vs Alex Arredondo
(0-0, 4-1 ammy, MMA LAB)

Undercard – Amateur 3×3

Adam Barnett ( 3-1, 185, El Nino’s in SF) vs Seth Monty (0-0, 170-185, Power MMA)

Kurt Taneal (1-0, 145, Seige MMA) vs Kyler Phillips (1-0, 145, MMA Lab)

Tyler Cattey (1-0, 170, Power MMA) vs Adeen Wilson (0-1, 170, Team AD)

Armando Villalobos (0-1, 135, Siege MMA) vs Talon Glasser (0-0, 135, Dawg Pound)

Jeff Nelson (1-1, 170, Impact MMA) vs TBA

Peter Quezeda (2-3, 170-175, Impact MMA) vs TBA

Mike Hamel (MMA Lab, 1-0, 145) vs TBA


Fight card is subject to change



Tuff-N-Uff ring girl contest Friday, March 13th!

If you can’t make it to watch our ring girl contest live, please tune into a web PPV on Anyone who orders the ring girl contest will received a coupon code for 50% off purchase of the web PPV for the fights on Saturday night!

For more information or to purchase the PPV, please visit

Winners from Friday will be ring girls at Mayhem in Mesquite VI on Saturday night.

Phoenix AZ is set for WSOF 19: Gaethje vs. Palomino Card Complete with 12 Bout


Seven new preliminary bouts inked,

including Lucas Montoya vs. Raymond Pina, Benny Madrid vs. Jimmy Spicuzza


LAS VEGAS (March 9, 2015) – The complete 12-bout lineup for the highly-anticipated World Series of Fighting ( Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) event at Comerica Theatre in Phoenix, Ariz. on Saturday, March 28 is complete with the addition of 7 new, live preliminary bouts, including two lightweight (155 pounds) contests – Lucas Montoya (8-3) vs. Raymond Pina (4-1), and Benny “El Hijo” Madrid (7-2) vs. Jimmy Spicuzza (5-2).


The remaining additions include a 180-pound catchweight matchup between Joe Gigliotti (3-0) and Brendan “Tiny Shorts” Tierney (11-6), a bantamweight (135 pounds) scrap between Randy Steinke (15-8) and Juan Archuleta (5-0), a middleweight (185 pounds) tilt between Dan Huber (3-2) and Israel Aquino(0-0), a welterweight (170 pounds) contest between Matthew Frincu (5-1) and Eric Regan (15-24) and a bantamweight collision between Joe Madrid (4-2) and Erik Villalobos (1-0).


WSOF 19: Gaethje vs. Palomino will be headlined by a world lightweight championship showdown between undefeated, reigning kingpin Justin Gaethje(13-0) of Safford, Ariz. and aggressive-minded, hard-hitting challenger Luis “Baboon” Palomino (23-9) of Miami, Fla.


In co-main event action, the WSOF multi-event, four-man light heavyweight (205 pounds) tournament will kick off with a rematch between superstar Thiago Silva (16-3) of Sao Paulo, Brazil and inspirational fighter Matt “The Hammer” Hamill (11-5) of Loveland, Ohio.


The evening’s four-fight main card airs live on NBCSN, beginning at 9 p.m. ET (7 p.m. MT local time), with preliminary bouts streaming live on, beginning at 7 p.m. ET (5 p.m. MT local time).


Lucas Montoya, of Layton, Utah, carries a four-fight winning streak into the contest and is 7-1 in his past eight overall contests. The 28-year-old made his WSOF debut in August, scoring a first-round stoppage of Jimmy Spicuzza. He now meets Raymond Pina, of Tucson, Ariz., who looks to rebound from the lone professional loss of his career.


Benny Madrid, of Phoenix, Ariz., opened his career with seven straight wins, including four wins by knockout and two by submission. He now looks to rebound from the first two losses of his professional run. He now meets Jimmy Spicuzza, of Las Vegas, a three-time WSOF veteran.


Joe Gigliotti of Cleveland, Ohio, is an undefeated prospect, who has earned his first three wins by stoppage, including two submissions and one knockout. He now faces Brendan Tierney, of Tempe, Ariz., a Power MMA fighter who has yet to fight to a decision in 17 career outings.


Randy Steinke, of Glendale, Ariz., is an MMA Lab fighter who makes his WSOF debut on the strength of a six-fight winning streak. He now faces undefeated prospect Juan Archuleta, of Venice Beach, Calif., who has earned three of his first five wins by knockout.


Dan Huber, of Mesa, Ariz., makes his WSOF debut against Israel Aquino, of Reno, Nev., who fights for a professional for the first time.


Matthew Frincu, an Australian native now living in Arizona, brings a three-fight winning streak to the cage and has never fought to a judges’ decision in six professional contests. He faces Eric Regan, of Phoenix, Ariz., who makes his WSOF debut.


Joe Madrid, of Tucson, Ariz., fights for the first time under the WSOF banner against fellow promotional newcomer Erik Villalobos, of Glendale, Ariz.



Champ Justin Gaethje vs. Luis Palomino for lightweight title

Matt Hamill vs. Thiago Silva – light heavyweight tourney opening round

Jake Heun vs. Teddy Holder – light heavyweight tourney reserve bout

Timur Valiev vs. Ed West



Krasimir Mladenov vs. Clifford Starks

Lucas Montoya vs. Raymond Pina

Benny Madrid vs. Jimmy Spicuzza

Joe Gigliotti vs. Brendan Tierney

Randy Steinke vs. Juan Archuleta

Dan Huber vs. Israel Aquino

Matthew Frincu vs. Eric Regan

Joe Madrid vs. Erik Villalobos


About “World Series of Fighting” (WSOF)

“World Series of Fighting” (WSOF) is a world wide premier professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fight promotion dedicated to delivering the best action-packed fights for fight fans by producing the best possible match-ups between elite fighters from around the world. For more information please visit Follow “World Series of Fighting” on Twitter @MMAWorldSeries and “World Series of Fighting” President Ray Sefo @SugarRaySefo.


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