Kedzie Looks To Put Squeeze On “Cuddles” In Bodog's “Vault”

Bodog TV Press sent along the following:

Kedzie Looks to Put Squeeze on 'Cuddles' as Bodog Fight Re-Opens 'The Vault'

For Immediate Release

January 28, 2008

This week, don't miss an exciting light-heavyweight battle and a fierce clash of female warriors as Bodog Fight re-opens The Vault for more heart-pounding mixed martial arts action.

Tuesday, Jan. 29, visit Bodog TV’s award-winning website, bodoglife.net/fight, to watch a never-before-seen women’s bout between Julie Kedzie (4-4) and Jan “Cuddles” Finney (2-0).

Filmed at a recent HOOKnSHOOT event in Evansville, Ind., this fight was the second of the night for both women as part of an eight-woman “Grand Prix” tournament put together by Bodog Fight Commissioner Jeff Osborne.

Kedzie, from nearby Bloomington, was the clear crowd favorite and didn’t disappoint. The blonde bomber overpowered her first opponent, Missy Karr, with an onslaught of vicious strikes to win by referee stoppage.

Finney also impressed in her tournament opener. The Ohio native knocked out a game Mystee Blackwood to put her on a collision course with Kedzie in the semifinals, with the winner advancing to the championship match.

Can the not-so-cuddly “Cuddles” put the squeeze on Kedzie? Tune in and find out.

Saturday, Feb. 2, don’t miss a second all-new episode of Bodog Fight: The Vault featuring an exciting match between Canada’s Todd Gouwenberg (4-2) and American Ron Faircloth (19-11).

This light-heavyweight fight took place on the undercard at Bodog Fight: USA vs. Russia in Vancouver, BC, but was never seen by the pay-per-view audience.

Faircloth is a submission specialist from Wisconsin fighting out of the Freestyle Academy, while the hard-hitting Gouwenberg trains with Bill Mahood, Kalib Starnes and Kultar Gill at the Revolution Fight Team in Surrey, BC.

Which one of these warriors prevails? The answer lies within The Vault.

Bodog Fight: The Vault offers streaming video of all-new, never-before-seen fights each Tuesday and Saturday, commercial free. Each webisode is fully downloadable and iPod-ready, featuring a previously unaired bout from the Bodog Fight archives.

This exclusive Bodog TV footage is only available online at bodoglife.net/fight, twice honored at the 2007 Digital Marketing Awards.

Can’t get enough hard-hitting MMA action?

Bodog Fight: The Complete First Series is now available on DVD. The four-disk set comes packed with more than 10 hours of non-stop action and a ton of extra features, including fighter commentary, new behind-the-scenes footage and six never-before-seen fights. Plus, get a bonus limited edition CD featuring tracks from Bodog Music artists. Available now at better retailers everywhere and online at bodoglife.net/store.

About Bodog Fight
Since its inception in 2006, Bodog Fight has become one of the heavy-hitters in the world of mixed martial arts. Created by billionaire entertainment mogul and longtime MMA enthusiast, Calvin Ayre, Bodog Television's Bodog Fight series offers viewers a unique combination of action and allure from exotic locations throughout the world. Bodog Fight can be viewed online at bodoglife.net, along with other Bodog Television programs including: a poker lifestyle and reality show, Calvin Ayre Wild Card Poker, and an international million-dollar band search competition, Bodog Battle. For more information, contact Media Relations at 1-866-892-3371, or fightpr@bodoglife.net . BODOG is a registered trademark.

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