Miami, FL – A historic night of fights will be held Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2007, at the Crazy Horse Saloon in Miami, FL. For the first time in history, a World Championship MMA match and World Championship Boxing match will be held in the same ring on the same night. To add to the entertainment, the beautiful Women of the Crazy Horse Saloon will host the Live Crowd and the Internet Audience.
The MMA bouts are headlined by a battle for the World Fighting Organization Heavyweight Championship between Mario Rinaldi of Fort Pierce , FL and David Oliver of Indianapolis, IN. In a special feature attraction, International MMA star Jorge Masvidal of Miami , FL battles Brant Rose of Lafayette, IN. In a pair of local grudge matches, Cruiserweights Tony Crothers takes on Brent Carraway and Todd Duffy faces off with Mark Haniger. A Women’s bout pits Jessica Aguilar of Miami, FL against Stephanie Palmer of AL. Also, Wrestling Olympic Gold Medalist, Alexis “El Monito” Vila, makes his Pro Debut.
Once the Boxing begins, undefeated Hector Sanchez of Puerto Rico (12-0, 5 KO’s) will take on Cuban star Jose Antonio Izquierdo (16-1, 13 KO’s) for the IBA Jr. Welterweight Championship. In addition, unbeaten World-rated Heavyweight Malik Scott (29-0, 10 KO’s) takes on Damien Norris ( 10-4-1, 7 KO’s). The Undercard features the sensational Velasquez Twins, Juan Velasquez (5-0) and Carlos Velasquez (4-0). Local boxers include Welterweight Ed Paredes (16-2, 9 KO’s), Heavyweight Kevin Burnett (9-1, 6 KO’s) and Anthony Fraguada (Pro Debut).
Worlds Collide: Collision 1 Miami is an exclusive VIP event with limited seating. VIP packages and General Admission tickets can be purchased by calling 1-877-24-FIGHT or by going to the event website Doors open at 5 pm and the action starts at 7. The Crazy Horse Saloon is located at 17800 NE 5th Ave. , Miami, FL.
Fans who cannot attend the live event can buy the Live Webcast for only $9.99.
Worlds Collide: Collision 1 Miami is presented by DeCubas Presents, Total Entertainment Live, Elite Promotions, RSS Holdings, L.L.C., and Rock On Entertainment Management (ROEM). The Crazy Horse Saloon has been leased out as a Venue for one of the greatest Fight Nights in history, not as a Gentleman’s Club.