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Monday, August 25, 2008

TUFF-N-UFF Returns With “The Future Stars Of MMA” On October 17th At The Orleans Hotel & Casino

Courtesy of TUFF-N-UFF Productions, Inc.:

Grappling sensation, Robert Drysdale will step into the TUFF-N-UFF ring for his amateur MMA debut. Robert is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and is looking forward to the same success as he has in grappling.

The last sold-out TUFF-N-UFF event, Evva "Fox" Johnson, a ten-year 3rd degree black belt from Kentucky, needed less than a minute for a first round technical knockout of her opponent. She will meet Karina “Warrior Princess” Hallinan, from Temecula, California in a 125-pound featured match-up. This bout should be one of the most exciting of the evening. Fists flurried that same evening in another bout between Omar Carter of Xtreme Couture and Javier “Chunty Boy” Torres of Team Mica. A huge part of the audience was there to see “Chunty Boy,” and before Torres entered the ring, his loyal fans were chanting his name. "Chunty Boy" defeated Carter with an arm bar in the second round and was definitely an unforgettable bout! On Oct. 17th, Javier will be fighting tough, undefeated, Chance Torres out of Xtreme Couture.

Tickets for the fights are currently on sale and priced starting at only $25. To purchase tickets, please call The Orleans Hotel & Casino box office at 888-365-7111 or visit the event website at www.tuffnuff.net.

Las Vegas Nutrition Centers across the Las Vegas Valley have tickets available at a discounted rate for our Las Vegas local fans.

Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the first bout set to begin at 7:00 p.m.

About TUFF-N-UFF; Founded in 1994, TUFF-N-UFF Productions received one of the first mixed martial arts promotional licenses in Nevada. TUFF-N-UFF has promoted Shooto, the first MMA tournament in Nevada, and co-promoted Chuck Norris' World Combat League, Bodog Fight, ADCC North American qualifiers, and spearheaded amateur MMA in Nevada. You can find out more about TUFF-N-UFF at their website at www.tuffnuff.net.

TUFF-N-UFF is donating a portion of the proceeds to help less fortunate fighters have a place to train. “It is very important for us to give back to our community” says Barry Meyer, President of Tuff-N-Uff Productions.