King of The Cage Is a Very Busy Organization

Jaime MorenoCorrespondent IAugust 1, 2009

CHICAGO- OCTOBER 25:  People attend the UFC 90 at UFC's Ultimate Fight Night at Allstate Arena on October 25, 2008 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

Tonight King Of The Cage has a big plate on its hand with two shows at the same time.  That’s right folk one of the more infamous regional show in all of MMA has two shows at once, and in different countries no less. 

KOTC: Gate Keeper in which takes place in Mescalero, New Mexico features two title fights. 

First in the featherweight division the champion Abel Cullum takes on Ricardo Montano.  This is a rematch of a fight that took place back in 2005 were Cullum lost a decision to Montano. 

Cullum has a 15-3 record and after the loss to Montano went on a 12 fight win streak.  He is a submission fight with 9 out of his 15 wins coming by way of submission.

Montano who has back to back wins in KOTC is 10-6-1 with half of his wins by way of TKO. 

Title fight number two features a unification fight between interim champ Lazar Stojadinovic and champ Angelo Sanchez. 

Sanchez is undefeated in KOTC and is hoping to keep it that way.  He is 7-2 and is a good all around fighter.

Stojadinovic won the interim title from Matt Jaggers is a very young fighter with a 3-3 record.  He is so young in fact that the venue was changed so that he could be allowed to fight.

KOTC: Decadence is taking place in Halifax Nova Scotia has two featured fights with up and coming fighters from Canada.

Veteran Kevin “Mongoose” Manderson takes on David Guigui.  Guigui trains at Tristar Vale Tudo in Montreal with GSP and David Loiseau.   This will be Guigui first fight in a long time after taking a long break. 

Up and coming Canadian Jordan Mackay takes on long time vet Anthony “Mad Dog” Macias.  Mackay is a promising young fighter out of Calgary who is 3-0 with all of his wins coming by way of submission.

Needless to say KOTC is busy.