Justine Kish Fight Jan 27
Charlotte, NC — ?Ladies & gentlemen, it’s with great excitement that I announce we switched the location of my next fight to Charlotte, North Carolina. This will be a flyweight bout vs Ji Yeon Kim going down at the Spectrum Center Jan. 27th, 2018 ?Hope to see you all there. Justine Kish Fight Jan 27 ⚡️#UFCCharlotte #UFCFightNight#Reebok #SpectrumCenter #Cramerton #Jan27th #GymO#BlackHouseMMA #OrthoCarolina #Fairtex #GastonGazette#CharlotteObserver #Hughes&Associates #GastonCounty #Cramerton #NC#WMMA #TeamKish #KishMyFist
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READ MORE ABOUT JUSTINE ON WIKIPEDIA....... Justine Kish (Russian: Джастина Киш; born 13 April 1988) is an Russian-American mixed martial artist who competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Strawweight division. A former kickboxer, she was going to have her MMA debut as part of the Ultimate Fighter, but withdrew from the show due to injury.
History of the UFC in Charlotte, NC (read more on wikipedia)….UFC 3 used an eight-man tournament format, with the winner receiving $60,000. The tournament had no weight classes or weight limits. Each match had no time limit or rounds; therefore no judges were used for the night. Competitors could only win a match by submission, throwing in the towel, knockout, or referee stoppage. This event marked the first time the referee was given the authority to stop the contest. The referee for the night was once again “Big” John McCarthy.
Replacement fighter Steve Jennum won the tournament by defeating Harold Howard via submission due to strikes, despite only fighting in the finals. Jennum was a replacement for Ken Shamrock, who made it to the finals but withdrew due to injury. This was the first UFC tournament that was not won by Royce Gracie (who could not continue due to fatigue). After Jennum won the UFC 3 tournament as an alternate, the UFC instituted alternate qualifying bouts to balance out fatigue, and lessen the advantage that alternates previously had entering the tournament without fighting quarterfinal bouts.