Armbar Nation has teamed up with TUFF-N-UFF to hook some of our lucky fans up with FREE Pay Per View Passes for today’s TUFF-N-UFF event at The Orleans Casino in Las Vegas.
As most of you know, Marina Shafir won the TUFF-N-UFF Featherweight Championship November 29, 2013 with at Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) over Tabitha Patterson at 0:59 seconds of Round #1. Wow, that is impressive but seems vaguely familiar. Where have I seen this before? Oh yes, on January 7, 2011 future up-and-comer Ronda Rousey defeated Taylor Stratford at the TUFF-N-UFF event via Armbar 0:24 seconds into Round #1.
What is my point?
What better place to watch the next big star in MMA rise up from their beginning then or on/at the TUFF-N-UFF Event.
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Did You Know… | TUFF-N-UFF Facts
- 7 of the cast members of the last season of TUF were Tuff-N-Uff veterans: Ronda Rousey, Marina Shafir, Chris Holdsworth, Anthony Gutierrez, Jessamyn Duke, Colleen Schneider and Tonya Evinger
- Over 1000 athletes have competed for Tuff-N-Uff
- Barry promoted Tuff-N-Uff’s first event on June 18th, 1994. I believe this makes Tuff-N-uff one of the longest running mma promotions in the world.
- Barry lobbied the NSAC for roughly a year in order to seek approval for amateur mma in nevada
- Tuff-N-Uff co-promoted Chuck Norris’ WCL, Shooto, ADCC, Bodog and most notably UFC Fight Week 2013. I believe that makes Tuff-N-Uff the only mma promotion in the country to have the UFC’s logo on our collateral
- Tuff-N-Uff has been featured on the following TV Shows: Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel on HBO CNN:Presents Bad Girls Club on Oxygen Channel Inside MMA on AXS TV Sports Center on ESPN