The Impact Fight League, in association with Donofrio Entertainment and Palace Sports & Entertainment, has announced a mixed martial arts cage fighting event when Professional MMA Extreme Cage Fight War comes to The Palace on Friday, February 18 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets at $30 VIP/floor seating, $20 reserved and $10 general admission are on sale now at Palacenet.com, The Palace Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations. Special Superfan/Cageside seating is also available.
Tickets may also be charged by phone to American Express, Visa, Discover and MasterCard by calling
Featuring full-contact professional matches between experts of a wide range of fighting disciplines, “Vegas” style ring entrances, state-of-the-art pyrotechnics, the most beautiful ring girls, and the Midwest’s best choreographed troupe walking the fighters to the cage, Extreme Cage Fight War brings the top mixed martial arts competitors from the entire Midwest and Canada to The Palace.
Attending a MMA show at the Palace is an experience like nothing else in the world of mixed martial arts. There are no “gimme” fights on these cards; no walkovers and no “house fighters.” Everyone is in for a battle if they expect to win. The event will include a scheduled 12-bout card that will have you screaming for more.
The Impact Fight League, operates as a championship sanctioning organization that is devoted to finding and honoring the best that mixed martial arts has to offer, and works to promote the greatness of mixed martial arts to fans of the Great Lakes region and beyond, with plans to expand its scope nationally.
February 18th Pro Card
Victor Torres vs. Josh Taveirne
Jason Fischer vs. Ivan Wolshlager
Corey O’Dell vs. David Savere
Todd Allee vs. Steve King
Josh Burns vs. Jeff Kugal
Jason Davis vs. Ryan Sheeper
Adam Kelso vs. Josh Tiboil
Joe Battaglia vs. Javon Prewitt
Tito Jones vs. Bo Harris
Kyle Prepolec vs. Dan Lagbeen
Terry Deviny vs. John Burt
Tim Far vs. Tim Ferguson
Chad Coon vs. Mike Hernandez
MAIN EVENT – Brendon Sequin vs. Hector Urbina
*All bouts are subject to change.