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Uploaded on May 26, 2011

Cage Vs. Cons at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Sports Arena May 21, 2011
Performance by Psycho Realm
Felony Fights

05 21 2011
Shot and Edited By Ruben Avila

Cage vs. Cons is a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion company that hosts fan-pleasing events pitting nothing-to-lose ex-convicts against hard-hitting police officers, prison guards, firefighters, teachers, Marines and other members of the military and law enforcement.

The unique concept generates instant rivalries, mouth-dropping storylines, and identifiable heroes and villains for the fans to root for or against—all combining to create fights that overflow with a savage energy unmatched in the MMA world.

Unlike more corporate MMA companies, Cage vs. Cons is steeped in street credibility. Its co-founder, Michael Lynch, is an ex-con who spent, five years in California Youth Authority and six years in prison before reinventing himself as the entrepreneurial force behind Felony Fights and Cage vs. Cons. With his prison connections, Lynch is able to attract the best fighters once they are released from custody.

And there's more to a Cage vs. Cons event than Pro. MMA fights. A world-class hip-hop music festival kicks off the entertainment, featuring such cutting-edge artists as Too Short, the Dogg Pound, E40, Psycho Realm, Killah Priest from Wu Tang Clan, Shabazz the Disciple and Big Twins from Mobb Deep.

Cage vs. Cons events, which are sanctioned by the state, can be seen in person, on pay-per-view, On Demand, mobile devices, and live on the Web. The fights are also available on DVD.
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