SCC 2.0

SCC 2.0 - Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Event on May 30, 2014 in Toronto, Ontario CAN

Ricci vs Saggo and Robinson vs McDonell headline SCC’s return to Toronto in a card which also features Robin Black’s MMA retirement fight TORONTO, Ont. – Substance Cage Combat announces their follow up event to SCC 1.0. After a successful inaugural event, SCC 2.0 will be held May 30th at the Herbert H Carnegie Centennial Centre. Substance Cage Combat 2.0 will feature several of the province’s top stars, including a main event lightweight bout between Alex Ricci and Jason Saggo and a co-main event featherweight bout between Ainsley Robinson and Rory McDonell. Following the success of Substance Cage Combat 1.0 in June 2013, President Neil Forester, co-owner of Headrush Training Center, is looking forward to continuing to bring Ontario MMA fans quality fights in an exciting live setting. “We were thrilled with the support we received for our first event from the MMA community in Ontario which was a big part of making it a success,” Forester explained. “These events allow us to not only bring high-quality fights to an audience in the ‘Mecca’ of MMA, but also support talented local fighters.” The inaugural SCC event drew over 1000 MMA fans to the live event at the George Bell Arena in Toronto and SCC 2.0 looks to build on that success and lead into additional events in Ontario. “Jason Saggo and Alex Ricci are Canada’s top lightweights who are currently knocking on the UFC’s door. The winner of this fight could absolutely get a call to the big show. The co-main event pits Ainsley Robinson, a Canadian Olympian in 1996, against Rory McDonell, a veteran of 12 MMA fights, which is sure to produce fireworks,” Forester continued. “The main card will also feature a historic event in local MMA as we feature Robin Black’s retirement fight against ‘The Psycho’ Adam Bodwell at a catchweight of 140 lbs. Robin hopes to end his career with a victory, while Adam intends to spoil his plans and notch his third career win”. Additional bouts on the main card include Todd Stoute’s attempt to improve his record against Michigan-native Ray Lopez. Ray looks to stop the momentum that Todd carries from his most recent knock-out win in October 2013 in a fight unlikely to require the full 15 minutes. A featherweight scrap between Michael Karkula and Mike Mallot will have Canadian MMA pundits drooling when these two step into the cage. Both are highly touted talents on their way to the top meeting in an inevitable bout that SCC is proud to present. Tickets for SCC 2.0 go on sale at 10:00 am Saturday, April 5 at Follow @substancecombat on Twitter and like us on Facebook for updates and event news SUBSTANCE CAGE COMBAT 2.0 Herbert H Carnegie Centennial Centre Toronto, Ontario Friday, May 30, 2014

Alex Ricci vs. Ej Brooks
Alex Ricci
EJ Brooks
Ainsley Robinson vs. Kyle Nelson
Ainsley Robinson
Kyle Nelson
Todd Stoute vs. Jeremy Osheim
Todd Stoute
Jeremy Osheim
Adrian Woolley vs. Jeimeson Saudino
Adrian Woolley
Jeimeson Saudino
Allan Wilson vs. Michael Alan Malott
Allan Wilson
Michael Alan Malott
Abdula Teymouri vs. Julian Villanova
Abdula Teymouri
Julian Villanova
Max Li vs. Robert Santos
Max Li
Robert Santos
Ahmad Kakar vs. Omar Karami
Ahmad Kakar
Omar Karami