Tuesday, January 8 visit Bodog TV’s multi-award winning website, bodoglife/fight for an all-new episode of Bodog Fight: The Vault, featuring a never-before-seen women’s bout between Canada’s Liz Posener (1-1) and Karen Oliver (1-0), filmed last year at a Bodog-sponsored Elite FC event in Vancouver, BC.
The wife of world kickboxing champion Simon Posener, Liz is a Pankration and Muay Thai fighter from Vancouver who was bitten by the MMA bug in 1998.
“I was looking for a way to get back into shape after giving birth to my daughter,” says the 31-year-old mother of two. “I signed up for a three-day Team Quest mini camp and two months later I was fighting for real.”
Although being married to a world champion will certainly increase her chances of success, Posener knows she still has a long way to go in the competitive world of women’s MMA, currently ruled by Bodog Fight’s own Tara LaRosa.
“One day I hope to be good enough to fight top female fighters like Amanda Buckner and Tara LaRosa, but they’re in completely different league right now.”
A 44-year-old native of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Oliver may be a latecomer to the sport but showed that she belongs in her first fight, submitting Jasmine Ulmer in the first round.
Will she have the stamina to hang with the younger Posener? Tune in and find out.
Saturday, January 12, don’t miss a second episode of The Vault as Kwinn Davis (3-0) takes on David Overfield (9-3) in an action-packed lightweight bout.
Filmed in September, 2007 at a Bodog Fight sponsored HOOKnSHOOT event in Evansville, Indiana, the crowd was cheering on the 21-year-old Overfield, a local submission specialist.
“You’d never know how good a fighter Overfield is by looking at him,” says Bodog Fight commissioner and HOOKnSHOOT founder, Jeff Osborne. “He’s paper thin, and guys love to tease him about his physique, but it seems like the more trash they talk, the faster he beats them.”
Overfield has his work cut out for him, though, as he faces the 19-year-old Davis. Fighting out of Madisonville, Kentucky, this young up-and-comer has an unorthodox style that keeps opponents on their toes before putting them on their backs.
“Davis is a good striker and has great kicking ability,” says Osborne. “He’ll be looking to prevent Overfield’s takedown attempts and land kicks to the head.”
Who will win: the local crowd favorite or the young Kentucky kicker?
The answer lies within The Vault.
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