Hello again Womens MMA fans, and MMA fans. Here is part one of my coverage from Invicta Fighting Championship On UFC Fight Pass. I am starting off with my secondary camera. My secondary camera is what I use for walk outs and close up shot in the cage. Also handy while I was uploading images to my LIVE shots on Instagram. It’s quite a balancing act to do. But being able to get images out right after they happen is an exciting challenge.
More event are heading your way from here in Colorado. So for LIVE shots go to Instagram and follow: Trihex_photo_live ! If you see some one, or a fighter you know, make sure you tag them!
Pannie Kianzad (136.7)* vs. Sarah Kaufman (135.4)
Vanessa Porto (125.3) vs. Mariana Morais (124.6)
Sharon Jacobson (115.7) vs. Ashley Nichols (115.3)
Ashley Cummins (105.6) vs. Stephanie Alba (106)
Cheri Muraski (125.4) vs. Brogan Walker-Sanchez (125.4)
Felicia Spencer (146) vs. Akeela Al-Hameed (144.7)
Mallory Martin (115.3) vs. Tiffany Masters (117.4)*
Mellissa Wang (104.3) vs. Loma Lookboonmee (105.9)
Jade Ripley (115.9) vs. Helen Peralta (115.6)
I have been talking up Teofimo Lopez for a good part of the year now. And there is a good reason for it. He is Top Ranks busiest Olympic fighter, and 7-0, 6 of those KO’s, and he fought 6 times in 2017! Sure his journey is just starting in the professional ranks. Teofimo is well aware of this. But what makes this kid special is also who he is as a young man.
A few months back my friends across the pond at Knock Out London Magazine asked me about doing some pieces for them. They wanted to know about a couple of our up and coming boxers. Naturally I though of Teofimo! I chose him for not just his abilities in the ring, but who he is out of the ring. He is worthy of being called a roll model.
Below is a special feature from the main interview (you will see full interview on Knock Out London Magazine). I told the 719 Fight Team that they have the opportunity to ask a professional boxer questions… and here is that outcome.
Good Morning Fight Fans! It Fight Day, It’s Friday Night Fight… you could even call this one Ladies Night! With a female banger as the main event : Paty Juarez VS Brittany Cruz . Another pro bout with Amorena La Tormenta Baca VS Karen Carver in her Professional Debut! Included in this ladies night is an elimination bout Danielle Saldanha( fast and furious) VS DeAnna Tucker (tough as nails) !
Of course we didn’t forget about the guys. The guys on the card are going to put on a show. Check out featured men’s bout Junior Columbos VS Armondo Gomez.
Unfortunately Fidel Martinez Jr. will not be fighting on this card due to illness.
Clayton Pay It Forward teams up With Airtight Boxing
By Amanda Armstrong
Clayton Pay It Forward Fundraising Program recently teamed up with Mario Sierra to help raise funds for Riley Heasley’s family. Funds are for the Therapeutic equipment to help Riley relax after his physical therapy treatments.
This time the foundation will be selling tickets to help a new friend in need.
October 7th, 2017, Clayton Pay It Forward Program, in Partnership with Airtight Boxing is proud to announce that from now until the day of the November 3rd. Collision Course fight card at the Imperium Event Center, 3501 W 74th Ave. Westminster Co 80030, every ticket that we sell directly, a portion will go to Zac’s Legacy Childhood Cancer Fund.
Zac’s Legacy’s mission statement is as follows, Zac’s Legacy Childhood Cancer Fund is to alleviate non-medical financial burdens Colorado families face while their dependent child is battling cancer while providing public awareness, education about family impact on childhood cancer. The vision statement is to provide for ALL the non-medical financial needs of families as they try to meet their obligations of paying mortgage, rent, utilities, food, gas, cell phone, vehicle repairs, house cleaning and other costs. One day we seek to see the day of the end childhood cancer so families will no longer require assistance as they deal with the trials of cancer. Until that day we believe our communities benefit by understanding the struggles, trials, tribulations, and types of childhood cancer that is experienced every day by their neighbors. I have worked with John Carlson and the Zac’s Legacy Childhood Cancer board. They work very hard to help families that have children that are battling with all kinds of childhood cancers. It is very important that the parents have the ability to be with their sick children rather than worry about where rent comes from. It is our privilege to support Zac’s Legacy Childhood Cancer Fund.
We would also invite all local and regional businesses to match the donation we are able to put together.
For tickets to support this cause, or more information about how to get involved:
Northern Colorado Cares Fight Team
Division of Clayton Consulting & Event Planning LLC.
Images and Art are for purchase. Inquires: Hello@TrihexPhotography.com
As a traveling sports photographer I was so elated to be wrapped up in Ward VS Kovalev 1 & 2. As much as I would love to see one more fight from him, it’s time to respect him. As much as I didn’t like the outcome of Ward Kovalev 2, I give him respect in his honestly about leaving the sport.
Andre Ward has put on the suit at ringside, commandeered himself a microphone and a place. He has made his career on his own terms, and he landed on top.
“From the bottom of my heart, thank you to everyone who has played a part in my journey,” Ward said. “You know who you are. I could not have done this without you. I want to be clear — I am leaving because my body can no longer put up with the rigors of the sport and therefore my desire to fight is no longer there.
“If I cannot give my family, my team, and the fans everything that I have, then I should no longer be fighting. Above all, I give God the glory, for allowing me to do what I’ve done, for as long as I have.” Andre Ward