Produced with Total Combat Entertainment this Xcorps episode swings punches and kicks its way across the screen with host Jason Lazo showing viewers non-stop mixed martial arts fight action in the ‘Octagon’ ring at the San Diego Sports Arena.
Backed by pounding new music from Suburban Noize Records along with new videos from RIVE Jason talks to fight promoter Diana Ocampo about the rules of conduct in the newly sanctioned fights where just about anything goes and the action gets brutal! Sexy dance moves by the combat dolls back the action with DRT Entertainment band SOIL doing their song ‘Give It Up’ featuring a cool chick/dude fight video! See who wins!?
The heavyweights bring it on in the 200+ category with Griggs VS Mejia slugging it out and making it done in one non-stop round. A lot can be said for Marine training with Griggs opening up in this punch fest with his big guns! This fight goes to the mat where kicking, kneeing and elbowing are all OK in this ring and it takes a lot of blood to get a ref to stop the battle! Suburban Noize band Mower cranks its song ‘General Admission’.
Next it’s almost a mis-match with pro kick boxer Tobylmada vs Brando unleashing war upon themselves. Lots of fast foot action here but its elbows and knees to the face that end one fighters dreams of victory while the Xcams rolled. See the details. Xcorps host ‘Nacho Libre Lazo’ returns for a few more words then the pounding continues with the well-muscled Garijo vs Abrams stepping into the ring for some fun. Sub NoiZe band Mower keeps it light and fresh with their tune ‘Zone’. Someone called their mamma a name in this fight, which skips the intros and gets non-stop down and dirty. We needed to slow the action here for full effect! Nice match-up. Give ‘em both a prize!
After the break Jason Lazo and the Combat Dolls do a fun Xcorps thro followed by fighters Gugherty and Radanzzo stepping up. Nice music fit from SubNoize again with the band Humble Gods doing their song –‘Destroy’. It’s all over in one round and victory goes to the best and the baddest. Great moves from both fighters but San Diego homey Gugherty takes the belt. Jason talks with him outside the ring about how it feels to win and what inspires his moves. After that So Cal urban rap band Visionaries show their skills and new vid ‘In The Good’ c/o Rive promotions. Great angle here on the LA-San Diego scene with a band that IS all good.
The show closes out with a few more brutal brawls – a new duo from Georgia called Jucifer and Jason thanking all who brought Total Combat to The Xcorps!
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