October 16, 2007 14:00 ET

November 3rd, 2007 MMA Big Show: CHAMPIONS -- Former NY Giant Bobby Jones Makes His Pro MMA Debut Against 3-0 John Brown at the Belterra Casino Hotel & Spa in Belterra, Indiana

CINCINNATI, OH--(Marketwire - October 16, 2007) - Former New York Giant Bobby Jones will be making his pro MMA debut after recently dominating in his last amateur fight winning in 34 seconds by ref stoppage after slamming his opponent down and beating him in the face. Bobby is ready for a bigger challenge in his pro debut at the Belterra Casino and Hotel, which is hosting the MMA Big Show: CHAMPIONS with special guest Andre Arlovski. John Brown, a 3-0 Pro fighter, will be driving 14 hours from Gulfport, MS to test Bobby's skills in the cage. Both men are monstrous in size for heavyweights and both are eager to prove themselves.

Cincinnati local and MMA Big Show poster boy Roger Bowling will be defending his 170lb Title against Drew Reed. Bowling won his belt by defeating Mike Skiba at MMA Big Show: PUNISHMENT on Sept 29th in Covington, KY, where he pounded the guy until he began tapping. Roger is Relentless in competition and puts on an amazing show every time.

Another Cincinnati local and well known fighter, Mojo Horne, will defend his 185lb Title against Matt Sredzinski who holds multiple Titles and is a US Gold Medalist and Muai Thai instructor. This fight is sure to be fireworks as the two standup fighters collide.

Joe Ammerman will defend his 155lb Title after winning his Title fight with 4 time NAGA Champion Jason Halderman with strikes in the 2nd round of MMA Big Show: PUNISHMENT. His opponent is still yet to be determined.

Other notable fighters on the card are Dustine Winterhalt, Jared Combs, Mick Berwanger and others.

The event doors will open at 6:00pm and the first fight is scheduled for 7:00pm.

Tickets are $30 Presale General Admission and $50 VIP Floor Seats and can be purchased at or for a direct link online. You can also purchase by phone at 866-468-7630.

This event is also scheduled to be broadcast live online as a Pay Per View for $9.95.

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