The co-main event match-up announced by the WCFC last week will feature Jordan "They Call Me Mr." Smith, who appeared as a contestant on Season 11 of "The Ultimate Fighter" fighting against "The Slim Shady of MMA" Nick Rossborough, who has also appeared on the "The Ultimate Fighter" show in a middleweight contest.
A 30-second WCFC commercial was in rotation last weekend during the live WEC MMA event on the Versus network.
"Dave Castillo is a great stand up fighter but doesn't have as much experience in the cage as Steve," commented Johnny Riche, head of LBH Productions which is producing the April 3rd event. "Steve plans on standing toe to toe and banging it out with Castillo. You can be guaranteed that this fight won't go the distance."
Castillo, who fights out of Salt Lake City's Elite Performance gym, said, "I feel blessed to be surrounded and supported by so many great people and to be competing in such an awesome sport. I am excited to prove to myself that I have the potential to one day go to the world's biggest stage -- the UFC. The fans can always expect excitement when I enter the cage. I always come to fight and I always come to win. I am constantly improving as a person and a fighter, so maybe you will see something new. I am confident that my training camp is one of the best in the world and I plan on displaying just that. My opponent Steven "Razor" Sharp is a well rounded, aggressive fighter with a big name. I think this has the potential to be one of the biggest fights of the year."
Castillo trains under UFC legend Jeremy Horn of Horns Elite Performance and trains with UFC fighter and Season 10 runner up of Spike TV's "The Ultimate Fighter" DaMarques Johnson.
Steven "Razor" Sharp, who fights out of the Absolute MMA Gym in Salt Lake City, Utah, is one of the most well rounded and popular fighters in the state of Utah, if not the entire West Coast. Sharp has a fierce stand up game and throws everything but the kitchen sink at his opponents. He can also finish a fight on the mat as easily as he can with a knock out. Watching Sharp fight is as exciting as it is brutal.
ActionView International, Inc. Announces 2nd Main Bout for April 3rd World Championship Full Contact (WCFC) Event
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MURRIETA, Calif., Mar 8, 2010 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) -- ActionView International, Inc. (Pink Sheets:AVEW) and its wholly-owned MatchFights subsidiary today announced the second of two main bouts scheduled for the inaugural World Championship Full Contact (WCFC) live event on April 3, 2010 at The Rail Event Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. The main bout will pit Steve "Razor" Sharp, with a professional record of 25 wins and 10 losses, against Dave Castillo, who has a professional record of 7 wins and only 1 loss.
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ActionView International, Inc. Announces First Main Bout for April 3rd World Championship Full Contact (WCFC) Event
MURRIETA, Calif., March 5, 2010
ActionView International, Inc. (Pink Sheets:AVEW) and its wholly-owned MatchFights subsidiary today announced one of the two main bouts schedule for the inaugural World Championship Full Contact (WCFC) live event on April 3, 2010 at The Rail Event Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. One main bout will feature Jordan "They Call Me Mr." Smith, who appeared as a contestant on the recent Season 11 of UFC's "The Ultimate Fighter" show on Spike TV, fighting against "The Slim Shady of MMA" Nick Rossborough, who has also appeared on the "The Ultimate Fighter" show, in a middleweight contest.
A 30-second WCFC commercial will be in rotation on the Versus network, starting this weekend during the live WEC MMA event.
Jordan Smith, from Kaysville, Utah, fights out of the One Hit MMA gym in Clearfield, Utah. He comes into this fight with a professional record of 10 wins, 1 defeat and 1 draw. Smith started fighting shortly after his college football career ended because he needed another outlet for his anger and aggression and had always been interested in testing himself in the pure sport of fighting. He was an all-state middle linebacker and first team all-conference guard in high school and received an athletic scholarship to play football at McKendree University in Illinois.
In MMA, Smith won the Michigan Fight League light heavyweight belt as an amateur, the Max Fighting League Middleweight Belt in Yakima, Washington and the Throwdown Light-Heavyweight Belt as a professional. He credits the three main trainers at One Hit MMA gym, Aldo Oreggia, Jessie Pedilla, and Gustavo Rodriguez, for his success. Smith was a contestant on the recent Season 11 of UFC's "The Ultimate Fighter" show on Spike TV. He says that his experience on the show was great, and he is hungrier than ever to step back inside the cage for the WCFC event.
"Nick Rossborough is a tough dude and wants nothing more to finish me in highlight fashion, but with my training and experience, I plan on walking out of that cage with my hand held high," said Smith.
Nick Rossborough, who fights out of the Elite Performance gym in Salt Lake City, started his professional mixed martial arts career at the age of 23. When he first stepped into the cage to fight, he had minimal training and knowledge, and at the time he felt that just getting in the cage was the best way to start. After about two years of "on-the-job training," Rossborough decided that finding a MMA trainer was the only way he would excel in the sport. On his quest to find the best trainer in Utah, Nick came across one of the most well known names in the sport, Jeremy Horn. After only two years training with Jeremy, Nick has fought and beat many top-notch fighters, won championship belts including the PFC Middleweight title, and made an appearance on Season 7 of "The Ultimate Fighter" on Spike TV.