Biggest Fight Club OC Show to Date!

September 24, 2012

It doesn’t get much better than this if you are a fight fan in Southern California, and even Vegas would be hard pressed to match the show Roy Englebrecht Promotions has put together for the October edition of Fight Club OC on Thursday, October 4th in The Hangar at the OC Fair & Events Center.

Four Pro Boxing bouts and Three Pro Mixed Martial Arts bout pack a fight card so evenly matched that fans may never get to sit down, and the best part tickets are only $50.
Now to the action and the boxing segment of the hybrid show put together by Fight Club OC boxing matchmaker Whit Haydon… Top contender Robert Rodriguez 7-1 (4KO’s) will meet 6-10-1 (3 KO’s) Jose Sandoval by way of San Bernardino. San Diego’s undefeated 2-0 David Barragan will bring a ton of fans up to see him go for win #3 against Compton, CA Carl Hill. The dream of every fighter is to have his pro debut in front of his family and friends, and it will happen for Santa Ana’s Gloserson Ortizo as he looks for his first professional win against 1-0 Luis Hernandez from San Bernardino. Top fight manager Frank Espinoza will not only have Robert Rodriguez on the card but another one of his finds as 1-0 Joet Gonzalez meets Brice Yeniki in our opening bout of the night.


Wow, is the best way to describe the three pro Mixed Martial Arts bouts that Fight Club OC MMA matchmaker Mel Valenzuela has signed to perform. Looking to win the inaugural Fight Club OC Championship MMA Belt, 8-6 Josh Smith returns to fight Fight Club OC veteran 4-0 Ernest Chavez. Smith will be motivated by the large following of fans that support him. Also returning and just a win or two away from hopefully having the UFC call, Irvine’s 13-10 Rob Emerson looks to win his second straight in The Hangar as he tangles with Long Beach’s 10-7-1 Musa Tolliver. Also taking to the ring looking for his first win infront of his local fans will be Luc Bondole. Training out of HB Ultimate Luc will need to get thru pro debuter Wolfgang Steinbeck from Pasadena also looking for that first win.


Hungry before the fights? Stop by our corporate sponsor Newport Rib Company and enjoy dinner and/or some cold ones before the fight. Show your ticket stub for a complimentary Famous Onion Brick or Sausage Bites for your table (1 per table). Or you can start the night off by swinging by Baja Blues located right next to The Hangar as they will have Happy Hour starting at 5:30pm. The Fight Club OC Siglo Cigar Lounge will be open on the 4th where if you buy a cigar you get a Robusto Cigar free. Also don’t forget about the latest addition to Fight Club OC which is the Fight Club OC’s Twitter “Fight Feed” which steams tweets from our Fight Club OC twitter page. Follow us on twitter to join in on the fun!


Tickets at only $50 are available online at, so don’t miss this big night of fight action on Thursday, October 4th.