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Inside the Octagon with Raging Wolf
June 5, 2009 - Craig Harvey
I have had the chance to attend several Mixed Martial Arts events the past two months. I have traveled to New Jersey for a fight as well as Midwest Ohio for a handful of fights.
By far, the most professional looking fight I have been to is at Raging Wolf II ä Rage in the Cage.
Raging Wolf Production recently held a fight in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and from all accounts, blew the crowd away.
Raging Wolf has the most professional atmosphere than any other event I have attended. There are two ENORMOUS television screens at each end of the cage. The entire time, it is just an amazing feel to a MMA fight.
With MMA being illegal in New York state, I would settle for any atmosphere as long as I was watching live MMA fights.
However, Raging Wolf goes above and beyond, making the experience an unforgettable event.
Saturday, June 13 promises to be just as exciting at the Gil Lay Memorial Arena as Raging Wolf presents Defiance. The event will kick off at 7 p.m. in Irving. Gates will open at 5:30 p.m. and tickets start at $20.
One fight I went to in Ohio was held at a roller rink that seated nearly 500 people. While it was high-quality fighting, it did not have any sort of professional feeling to the event. Another fight in Ohio was held at, what looked to be an abandon Quality warehouse. It was just one big open room. The locker rooms were makeshift as they were just curtains.
Going to Ohio and New Jersey where the sport is legal, you would think those places would make for a professional feel similar to UFC. However, that is not the case. Those leagues need to attend a Raging Wolf event and take notes.
The Gil Lay Memorial Arena is a perfect venue for MMA fights and the professional feel J.C. Seneca and his staff add to the event, will surely make Defiance a memorable night.
To any Mixed Martial Arts fan, you do not want to miss a Raging Wolf Production and Saturday, June 13 is your chance.
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