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    Thursday, July 07, 2011

    No Holds Barred: Eric Nicholl Previews M-1 Challenge XXVI: Bennett vs. Garner 

    On this audio edition of No Holds Barred, host Eddie Goldman speaks with Eric Nicholl of M-1 Global about their next show, M-1 Challenge XXVI: Bennett vs. Garner.
    This show takes place this Friday, July 8, at The Hangar in Costa Mesa, California. The five main fights on this card will be telecast live on Showtime. Outside North America, this card will be available on Internet pay-per-view for under 3/ $5 USD on AllBoxing.tv.
    The main event features a rematch between the 2010 M-1 Selection Americas Tournament heavyweight finalists, Pat Bennett (4-2) and Kenny "Deuce" Garner (6-3). In their first fight last September, the colorful Garner won by a first-round TKO over Bennett, who was a Div. III All-American wrestler at SUNY Brockport.
    The co-main event pits 2010 M-1 Selection Americas middleweight tournament winner Tyson "The Anti-Hero" Jeffries (7-5) of Team Quest against Russian striker Arthur Guseinov (7-2) in a middleweight bout. The streamed card also features a lightweight fight between German submission specialist Daniel Weichel (26-7) and former NCAA Division I collegiate wrestler Beau "Blackjack" Baker (8-4); a fight between European lightweight Mairbek "Beckan" Taisumov (14-3) and Josh "Iron Heart" Bacallao (6-3); and a middleweight fight between U.S. Army Captain "G.I. " Jason Norwood (11-2) and Eddie "Crazy Face" Arizmendi (14-4) to kick off the telecast.
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