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Live Pay-Per-View on Oceanic Cable channel(s) 260 (SD) 1260 (HD)
From New Year’s Eve with Fireworks blowing up into the next year 2017, X-1 World Events brings you more Fireworks, and Action-packed fights LIVE on Pay Per View and at the Blaisdell Arena.
If you missed the September 2016 event, you Do Not want to miss this event on January 28, 2017, with 8 Pro & 10 Amateur All MMA with 2 World & 4 State X-1 World Events Titles on the line.
The Main Event Ray Braddah Cooper III at 10-2 Pro fights on a 7 Win Streak with 6 wins being either a TKO or KO in the first round. He will face up against Matthew Colquhoun from Jamaica, Now Living and Training in Miami, Florida with 14 Amateur fights and 3-0 Pro fight record. Matthew is an excellent striker and coming to Hawaii to take the X-1 World Events World Title back to Florida, and Braddah plans on keeping the World Title at home Hawaii. Who would you take Hawaii vs. Jamaica?
The Co-Main Event features Chris Cisneros from Big Island now living and training on Oahu. He Is an Excellent Striker with great ground skills, Chris is a veteran in the cage and looking at making his way back to Bellator. He will be fighting Duke Saragosa who has never backed away from any fight. Duke fought 2 of Hawaii’s toughest, Shane Nelson former X1 World Champion, Muay Thai Champion Kana Hyatt, and Max Holloway the current UFC Champion. He took on the best, and once again he going up against a tough fighter, Duke is making a comeback and is training very hard to show that he belongs in UFC, Bellator or OneFC. This bout will be for the X-1 World Events State Title. This fight is guaranteed to be action-packed and will keep you on your feet.
The whole card is stacked make your plans now to come down to get loud and cheer on Hawaii’s Warriors. A night of fights for the entire family.
X-1 World Events January 28,2017 Blaisdell Arena
Top is Red Corner Bottom is Blue Corner
Main Event Ray Braddah Cooper III Vs Matthew Colquhoun Pro Mma 170lbs 5X5 Minute Rounds X-1 World Events / World Title
Co Main Event Duke Saragosa Vs Chris Cisneros Pro Mma 170lbs 3X5 Minute Rounds X-1 World Events / State Title
Canaan Kawaihae Vs Danny Elliot Pro Mma 145lbs 5X5 Minute Rounds X-1World Events / World Title
Micah Mahikoa Vs Scotty Hao Pro Mma 155lbs 3X5 Minute Rounds X-1World Events / State Title
Cheyden Leialoha Vs Jordan Macking Pro Mma 135lbs 3X5 Minute Rounds X-1 World Events / State Title
Tipo Lafaele Vs Raymond Lopez Pro Mma HW 3X5 Minute Rounds
Puna Seriano Vs John Ferrell Pro Mma 185lbs 3X5 Minute Rounds X-1World Events / State Title
Paul Lopes Vs Flavian Pilgrim Pro Mma 155lbs 3X5 Minute Rounds
X1 world Events Saturday, September 24, 2016 Doors 4:00pm Prelims: 5:00pm Main Card: 7:00pm
Tickets are available at the Blaisdell Box Office / Ticketmaster.com / All Ticketmaster Outlets including Walmart stores on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island / Charge by Phone at 800-745-3000. Group tickets are also available by calling the X1 World Event Offices
$100 cage side $75 floor seating $35 riser
Hawaii’s best Mixed Martial Art promotion returns with one night of hard hitting MMA action alongside an indoor sports festival with food booths, vendors, beer garden and more…all on the arena floor.
Hawaii’s mixed martial arts community comes together to support a new generation of fighters
(Honolulu, HI) X-1 World Events returned its unique brand of mixed martial arts events to the Blaisdell Arena with a bang on Saturday night. The last three fights of the evening lasted a combined total of three minutes and four seconds, with all three bouts ending in a knockout. Veteran mixed martial artist and UFC Hall of Famer, Frank Trigg, served as referee in the final brief and action packed fights that concluded a night of MMA excitement and energy long missing in Honolulu.
Saturday night’s X1 #44 marked the first time the promotion had been back to the Blaisdell since 2011 when Max Holloway won the X-1 lightweight championship. The UFC’s Max Holloway is currently riding a nine fight win streak in the Octagon and was at the Blaidell to take in fights, as were the UFC’s Yancy Medeiros and Louis Smolka. Smolka is scheduled for next week’s UFC Fight Night 96 event in Portland, Oregon.
Hawaii MMA fans were treated to hard hitting MMA action alongside an indoor sports festival with food booths, vendors and beer garden all on the arena floor – a first of its kind for MMA in Hawaii.
X-1 #44 Results – September 24, 2016 – Honolulu, Hawai‘i
Lolohea Made def. Trent Stading via KO at :30 of Round One
Ray Braddah Cooper III def. Zach Conn via KO at :12 of Round One
Chris Cisneros def. Taki Uluilakepa via KO at 2:22 of Round Two
Cheyden Leialoha def. Tyler Kahikolo via Unanimous Decision
Isaac Hopps def. Donald Gonzalez via Tapout due to Strikes at 3:43 of Round Three
Tipo Lafaele def. Rylan Fonoti via KO at 1:44 of Round One
Canaan Kawaihai def. Junior Jimenez via Submission (Guillotine Choke) at 1:30 of Round One
Tiani Valle def. Sam Hughes via Unanimous Decision