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Pummel At The Point: Promoter Tad Bremer Fights Odds Against Multiple Promotions State-Wide

The list of MMA promotions for this Saturday the 13th, is extensive, and should leave the local fans to wonder where they will be heading for a good cage fighting event. Among the names of these scheduled events are “Young Guns” out of Camas Center in Usk, “Proving Grounds” at Hub Sports Center in Liberty Lake, “Midas Fighting Championships” out of Club Midas in Chehalis, “Big Town Beat Down” at Shelton High School in Shelton, “Leave No Doubt” at Club Zoo in Vancouver, and “Battle At The Bay” at Swinomish Casino in Anacortes. Phew! Let me catch my breath.

In Kitsap, the show to see is “Pummel At The Point”, which is installment number two of Tad Bremer’s Dark Horse Entertainment productions. Featured on the card will be Brad Foust, making his professional debut, A.J. Webber, 3-1, Rob “Ironman” Cann 8-2, and Dustin Praxedes at 2-7.  While Hybrid fighters Brock Gorang and Jake Blaski will be featured on the Swinomish card in Anacortes, Hybrid will be represented at the Point Casino by Andrew Ramm (4-0-1). 

Doors to the event center will be opening earlier than the last event. This time they open at 3 p.m., and the fights start at 4 p.m.

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