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Monday, March 10, 2008

Bodog Fight Opens ‘Vault’ For Ferocious Females

Courtesy of Bodog Fight:

For Immediate Release
March 10, 2008

Minnesota knockout sensation Kaitlin Young showed mixed martial arts fans what she is all about during her debut on Bodog Fight's online series, The Vault.

Last week's webisode featured Young's swift annihilation of opponent Suzy Smith, using a series of fists and knees that left Smith bloodied and unable to continue just 22 seconds into the first round.

This week, visit bodoglife.net/fight to watch Young (2-0) continue her assault on the current crop of female fighters as she takes on Meisha Tate in the 135-pound semifinal round of a Bodog-sponsored HOOKnSHOOT tournament at the Evansville Coliseum in Indiana.

In her first fight of the tournament, Tate (2-1) eked out a win over Jan Finney by slamming her way to a referee's decision in overtime. The hard-fought victory put the powerhouse wrestler on a collision course with Young.

Who wins this intriguing matchup, the tired Tate or the Young blood?

Tune into Bodog Fight: The Vault on Tuesday, March 11 to find out.

Saturday, March 15, don't miss a second all-new webisode of The Vault featuring another women's tournament match from Indiana.

This 125-pound semi-final bout features Oklahoma's Nicdali Calanoc (4-0) and Patti Lee (1-0), with the winner facing either Young or Tate in the finals.

Calanoc had just overpowered Jen Babcock with a stream of brutal hooks and uppercuts, ending the fight with a knockout 30 seconds into the first round.

Lee also won her tournament qualifier, although it took the jiu-jitsu/kick-boxing fighter two-and-a-half rounds to finish off opponent Jordan Sprague with a flurry of unanswered strikes.

Would Lee have enough gas left in the tank to upset Calanoc?

Open The Vault to find out.

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.

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About Bodog Fight

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