Jesse Taylor vs. Drew Fickett To Headline Total Combat “Notorious”


total combat taylor vs. fickett

Sycuan Ringside Promotions in association with Total Combat Entertainment will present Total Combat “Notorious” on Thursday, Oct. 2 live from the Sycuan Resort & Casino, located just fifteen miles east of downtown San Diego.

SRP, more commonly known for its boxing promotional business than its recent foray into MMA, is looking to bring quality MMA fights to the sports savvy community of San Diego.

“Everyone in the boxing business has seen the growth and potential of mixed martial arts,” said Scott Woodworth, president of SRP. “It only makes sense for us to get involved in the sport. The San Diego community is very big on MMA and we’re aiming to bring competitive and exciting fights to the fans starting on October 2.

“Total Combat Entertainment is well known in Southern California and we’re extremely happy to be partnering with them for this event at Sycuan Resort & Casino.”

In the main event, experienced wrestler and Temecula, Calif. native Jesse Taylor will mix it up with the veteran and dangerous Drew “The Master” Fickett of Phoenix, Ariz. in a three round welterweight fight.

In the co-main event, San Diego-native Kevin Dunsmoor will take on Total Combat veteran Ian McCall of Laguna Nigel, Calif. in a three-round bantamweight bout.

The card also features two aggressive females. Kim Rose, who is coming off a win over MMA legend Randy Couture’s wife Kim Couture, will face Megan Gangitano. Both Rose and Gangitano are from the San Diego area and will compete in the 135-pound division.

Another bout to keep an eye will be the 140-pound match up between Nick Alvarado of San Pasqual, Calif. against San Diego local Rolando Perez.

For the complete card visit the TC website.


  1. steve

    October 1, 2008 at 5:03 am

    Fickett will take hm out in the first round by RNC or tko.

  2. Onri

    October 1, 2008 at 9:05 am

    I'm rooting for a double KO.

  3. Ryan S

    October 1, 2008 at 10:54 am

    Yeah, I agree Steve, unless Jesse lays on his and tried to ground and pound a victory. It seemed like thats all he did on the show.

  4. Morey

    October 1, 2008 at 12:12 pm

    Fickett is way to experienced to lose to Jesse Taylor.

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