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Monday, February 25, 2008

Bodog Fight Opens 'Vault' For Classic Cold War Battle

Courtesy of Bodog TV Press:

For Immediate Release
February 25, 2008

Enjoy a classic Cold War battle and a San Francisco treat this week as Bodog Fight opens The Vault for a pair of electrifying mixed martial arts fights.

Tuesday, Feb. 26, visit Bodog TV's award-winning website, bodoglife.net/fight, to watch a never-before-seen lightweight bout between James "Binky" Jones and Vladimir Zenin from Bodog Fight: Russia vs. USA - held just a few weeks ago at the MegaSport Ice Arena in Moscow.

Bodog Fight fans will remember Zenin (9-2), who fights for the renowned Russian Red Devil Sport Club, for his stunning first-round KO over Nick Agallar at Bodog Fight: USA vs. Russia in Vancouver, Canada. Understandably, the St. Petersburg native was the crowd favorite in Moscow and was looking to put on a show for his comrades in attendance.

Standing in his way was Jones (4-5), who made the long trek from Baltimore, MD into hostile territory looking to get back to winning ways, after a split decision loss to Agallar at Bodog Fight: New Jersey ended a three-fight hot streak for "Binky."

Who wins this classic Cold War battle, Russia or the USA? Tune in and find out.

Saturday, March 1, don't miss a second all-new episode of Bodog Fight: The Vault featuring an exciting welterweight match between Luke Stewart and Bryson Kamaka.

The bout took place in front of a packed house at the HP Pavilion in San Jose for Strikeforce: Four Men Enter, One Man Survives, presented by Bodog Fight.

Unbeaten in four fights, Stewart (4-0) has only once needed more than one round to vanquish an opponent - octagon veteran Jason Von Flue. Training with Ralph Gracie, the San Francisco kid has knockout power to go with his serious submission skills.

Kamaka (5-8), on the other hand, enters having dropped three of his previous four fights. Can this Hawaiian native pull off a volcanic upset, or will the Stewart Express continue to gather steam?

The answer lies within The Vault.

Bodog Fight: The Vault offers streaming video of all-new, never-before-seen fights each Tuesday and Saturday, commercial free. Each webisode is fully downloadable and iPod-ready, featuring a previously unaired bout from the Bodog Fight archives.

This exclusive Bodog TV footage is only available online at bodoglife.net/fight, twice honored at the 2007 Digital Marketing Awards.

Can't get enough hard-hitting MMA action?

Bodog Fight: The Complete First Series is now available on DVD. The four-disk set comes packed with more than 10 hours of non-stop action and a ton of extra features, including fighter commentary, new behind-the-scenes footage and six never-before-seen fights. Plus, get a bonus limited edition CD featuring tracks from Bodog Music artists. Available now at better retailers everywhere and online at bodoglife.net/store.

About Bodog Fight

Since its inception in 2006, Bodog Fight has become one of the heavy-hitters in the world of mixed martial arts. Created by billionaire entertainment mogul and longtime MMA enthusiast Calvin Ayre, Bodog Television's Bodog Fight series offers viewers a unique combination of action and allure from exotic locations throughout the world. Bodog Fight can be viewed online at bodoglife.net, along with other Bodog Television programs including: a poker lifestyle and reality show, Calvin Ayre Wild Card Poker, and an international million-dollar band search competition, Bodog Battle. For more information, contact Media Relations at 1-866-892-3371, or fightpr@bodoglife.net. BODOG is a registered trademark.