SOURCE: Core Resources Limited

August 20, 2007 07:53 ET

Fight Company's Tom Ahrens Claims Victory in "Free Style Cage Fighting Championship"

Ahrens to Fight For Belt on October 13th, in Oklahoma

AMES, IOWA--(Marketwire - August 20, 2007) - Brett Stevens, President of Fight Company, LLC (PINKSHEETS: CRLJ) announced today that one of its contracted fighters, Tom Ahrens successfully fought in Oklahoma and will compete in the "Free Style Cage Fighting Championship" title belt fight in the 155 lbs division on October 13th. Tom Adrens defeated Christian Sanchez to move on to the Championship fight.

Tom came into the fight with a record of (8-2) moving up a weight class. His opponent, Christian Sanchez's record at the time of the fight was (9-3).

Fight Co.'s President Brett Stevens was in Tom's corner. "The fight began with Sanchez opening with a right and Tom ducked under and took him to the mat. Tom was in Sanchez's guard and Tom was landing punches and elbows. Sanchez managed to get Tom in a triangle choke hold and Tom picked Sanchez up and slammed him to the ground, Tom did this again and managed to pass Sanchez's guard and started raining elbows. The fight was stopped in the first round due to tap out due to strike," commented Brett Stevens. "What a great victory for Tom. He has the heart of a true warrior."

Fight Company is currently in the process of changing its name and updating its filings on to more accurately reflect its business plan.

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Based in Ames, Iowa, Fight Co. currently has hundreds of fighters in its database. Fight Co. matches fighters for events and acts as the management agent. Additionally, the company plans to expand its business by staging events, producing DVDs, expanding the Fight Co. apparel line and becoming an all-inclusive MMA entertainment firm competing with the industry leaders.

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