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PXC 47 INTRODUCES FIGHT CARD, SPONSOR IT&E

PXC President EJ Calvo held a Press Conference Thursday morning to introduce IT&E as the events newest sponsor while introducing the fight card for PXC 42 set to go down March 13!

“The Beast” Jang Yong Kim ready for 2ndTitle Defense against Japan’s Yusuke Yachi

Following a successful title defense against Toby Misech at PXC 42, “the Beast” Jang Yong Kim (8 wins 5 losses) makes his long awaited return to the Terrordome at PXC 47. The event, scheduled for March 13th, 2015 at the UOG Calvo Fieldhouse, will see Kim defend his belt against Japanese fighter Yusuke Yachi (10 wins 4 losses). Yachi has defeated his last two PXC opponents and is hungry for a chance at the champ.

“The Bandit” Zebaztian Kadestam makes his first defense versus KTT’s Han Seul Kim

Welterweight champion Zebaztian Kadestam (6 wins 1 loss) returns to Guam on March 13thwhen he takes on Korean Top Team’s Han Seul Kim (4 wins 2 losses). The 6 foot Swede Kadestam is coming off a dominating decision victory over Josh Calvo at PXC 45. Kim is riding a 2 fight win streak and is looking to upset Kadestam.

Undercard features wealth of international talent

PXC 47 also features the return of Darren “Bone Crusher” Uyenoyama and Cortney “Cast Iron” Casey. Uyenoyama faces Kentaro Watanabe of Japan in a flyweight battle. Uyenoyama is a UFC veteran and this will be his second fight under the PXC banner.

Cortney Casey looks to continue her dominance of the female straw weight division when she takes on unbeaten Helen “Hellraiser” Harper of England. Harper has a great deal of respect for her opponent but is ready to secure her place in the PXC roster.

“I have a huge amount of respect for Cortney and I’m very much looking forward to sharing the cage with her. As the old adage goes, fight, until your idols become your rivals“, Harper explained.

Casey, 2-0 in the PXC, is ready for the challenge. “I don’t care who I’m fighting, it’s just someone that’s in between me and the PXC title.”

Pacific Xtreme Combat is happy to welcome our Official Telecom Sponsor, IT&E.

PXC 47 will take place on Friday, March 13, and will feature a stacked fight card, with professional MMA matchups showcasing some of the best international fighters.

Tickets are on sale now for $30 General Admission at 76 Circle K locations throughout Guam, MWR and Andersen ITT, or online via www.tpiguam.com.VIP tickets are $50 and available at Cars Plus in Maite and also online atwww.tpiguam.com

PXC 47 is presented by Miller Lite, IT&E, and the stations of KUAM. PXC 47 is also brought to you by Cars Plus Jeep, Monster Energy, Pacific Islands Club, Hanom Water, 76/Circle K, Gatorade, Guam Harley Davidson, and Uno Magazine.

PXC's EJ Calvo and IT&E's CEO John Compton sign the official document to become the PXC's newest sponsor. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

PXC’s EJ Calvo and IT&E’s CEO John Compton sign the official document to become the PXC’s newest sponsor. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

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