Ufc Fight For The Troops 2
January 22, 2011 by staff
Ufc Fight For The Troops 2, Gambleholics worldwide rejoice because MMA hiatus of three weeks finally came to an end tonight at “UFC Fight for the troops 2.” The good news does not stop there, as free Spike TV show will leave with an additional upper and 44.95 in the funds pay-per-view with respect to investments tonight.
UFC 126: Silva vs. Belfort “is just around the corner Super Bowl weekend, and the card will certainly not pay for itself. A spectacular light piece from Evan Dunham and Melvin Guillard will tonight-global fight card freebie. There has not been much activity regarding their line up. Dunham opened at -225 weeks ago and stayed at that number until match day.
“UFC Fight for the troops 2″ takes place at Fort Hood in Kileen, Texas. Those who fight for their livelihood in the Ultimate Fighting Championship octagon are helping millions of dollars for those fighting for U.S. and Canadian military.
Fight For The Troops 2 takes place Saturday night in front of the staff of the U.S. Army at Fort Hood, Texas. It is the fundraising event held by the third mixed martial arts promotion in collaboration with the military. Fight Night 7 took place in December 2006 at MCAS Miramar in San Diego, while Fight For The Troops in Fayetteville, NC rose and 4,000,000 in December 2008. This time, the money raised will help the military and their families, not only the U.S. but Canada as well.
“Our soldiers are taking care of us, and this is our chance to help take care of them,” said the director of Canadian operations UFC Tom Wright.
“We are honored to support our troops by putting on some great fights, while helping raise money for the Fund Canadian hero.”
The Canadian Hero Fund was founded in 2009. The charity helps provide scholarships for post-secondary education for children and spouses of soldiers killed in the line of duty.
United States, the money raised will go to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund (IFHF), which provides assistance to military members and their families who were seriously injured in the line of duty. Funds raised in 2008 helped complete a new center of 75,000 square feet medical Bethesda, Maryland.
“Over the last 10 years we’ve done a lot of cool shows and was in some fun places, but the first (see military) that we have in southern California, Marine Air Base is one of the experiments most incredible I’ve ever had, “said UFC president Dana White.
More than 10,000 soldiers in the night crammed into a hangar were transformed to host the show. The money raised went to the Marine Corps service quality of community life programs for Marines and families.
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