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BoneHead TV Gets In The Cage For MMA Fight

Entertainment, Events, Sports 28 Nov 2011   »   by TheWhatItDo
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Want to know what it takes to be C.E.O (Crazy, Extreme, Obsessive) in the sports business and entertainment industry?!

Andres Sinohuiz Jr., creator of BoneHead TV along with his partner Aumauinuuese Sioeli Puni are off to an incredible start in their venture to combine the extreme, personal, and entertainment sides of the entire MMA, VERT and STREET styles.

Puni said, “We are very excited to have teamed up with John Pena of JP Productions and Playboy model Kathy Brown to showcase BoneHead TV’s soft launch at the Respect In The Cage (RITC) fight event,” which was held on Saturday, November 19, 2011 at the Pomona Fox Theater in Pomona, California. The event was celebrated at the after party at Vive Lounge where fans got to party and rumble on the dance floor.

If you’ve never been to a Respect In The Cage event, it is definitely a must-attend event because you will experience a new twist of extreme sports coupled with a nightlife heartbeat that you have never seen or felt before! JP Productions and their Respect In The Cage event set themselves apart from the other MMA/UFC fight competitions as their DJ Nate Johns rocks the beats and the go-go dancers captivate the audience in between the fights. As many sources have stated, it is undoubtedly the best fight show in Southern California.

George Sanchez, who beat Ed Hoffman adds, “The great atmosphere and fans are amazing not to mention the music and go-go’s.” When asked how he prepared for his fight, Sanchez stated, “Physically for this fight it was just working on technique that is taught every day at Millennia MMA. Mentally, I just had to stay relaxed and remember to breathe. My coach Betiss Mansouri made sure to keep reminding me. It was a great night overall. I took what he gave me and got a first round submission.”

Sanchez’s teammate Danny Navarro also won that evening by unanimous decision, ousting Matt Bahntge, and Maxwell Ceniceros dominated Kevin Michel.

In the main event, the high-octane five minutes, five rounds title fight of champion Christos Ciagos versus challenger Joe Camacho was nothing short of pure adrenaline as Ciagos dominated to maintain his title!

Be sure to join the C.E.O. journey and stay tuned for BoneHead TV’s full coverage of the event where you will see first-hand interviews with current and legendary UFC/MMA fighters such as Gilbert Ives and Don “Predator” Frye, as well as highlights from all the exciting fights that took place that evening.

Press Release courtesy of Alisi Mataele/Bonehead TV and Sports Academy
*article photos courtesy of Joey Cerros
*YouTube video courtesy of elavulo


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