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Tough enough

August 17, 2011

TCT Cage Medic Carlie Allbee inspects Katie Law’s gloves before she enters the ring to face off against Jennifer Price.

Last Saturday's state sanctioned Mixed Martial Arts event, Battle at the Brewery at Northern Ales in Kettle Falls, saw 16 refereed bouts between trained amateur fighters. The event was put on by the Unified Combat League (UCL) and sponsored by Fight University Clothing, Eleventh Commandment, Clark’s All-Sports, Livin’ Guilty and Team Corner Tech.
"We'd like to thank Blake Donnelly for all of his help, as well as Steve and Andrea, Curtis Peterson, Scott Sterland, all of our security help, Lawrence Ferrier," said Livin' Guilty owner and UCL Promoter Jesse Eller. "Plus, everyone that came to watch the show, the waitress and cook at TJ's (bar and grill in Kettle Falls) that told us all the great jokes and especially all the guys and girls that competed. We appreciate them all immensely and we look forward to working with them again in the future."

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