cage fighting

cage fighting

n
a form of extreme fighting taking place in an enclosed space
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The Cage Fighting Championships (CFC) Spokesperson Crawford Grimsley announced today, "The CFC will put up a $3,000,000 purse to bring the Couture vs Emelianenko fight to Pay-Per-View.
Today's recession has spawned something far more obscene in the form of children cage fighting.
CAGE FIGHTING superstar Wanderlie da Silva admits he has fallen in love with Scotland after thrilling fanatical followers during a training display.
POLICE officer Phil Ounsley has continued his meteoric rise to the top in cage fighting.
The Scouse MMA veteran was one of the true pioneers of the sport in the UK with more than a decade of cage fighting under his belt.
London, November 12 (ANI): Jordan's beau Alex Reid has bagged his own TV series that will apparently feature his cage fighting skills.
SEDUCED by his cage fighting fame, he loved to live the high life.
The council agreed to advance a proposed ban on cage fighting to a public hearing at a yet-to-be determined date.
Cage Fighting, which makes wrestling look like a pass-time for grandmothers, is the new sensation in the back streets and pay-per-view cable channels of America.
Deputy city council leader John swindells blasted: "I, and many people, cannot just ignore or condone this cage fighting event involving children.
Ms Anderson added: "The children were not doing cage fighting, they were just grappling, there was no punching, kicking or striking.
Marsh said: "I got into the sport when I was doing mixed martial arts like cage fighting, UFC.