MSC 2 headliner Alan Arzeno on fighting: “If the crowd is screaming, I’m good”

The ground of the Miccosukee Resort & Gaming Entertainment Dome practically shook from the impact of Whitney Waddell’s body hitting the canvas. Standing over him at Mixed Striking Championship (MSC) 1, pacing predatorily like a cat waiting for its prey to right itself before pouncing on it once more, was Alan “The Rebel” Arzeno. Seconds earlier—and merely seconds into their […]

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HOF 3 headliners Preston Parsons and Mike Perry agree to winner-take-all purse

Sometimes the product of longstanding tension and other times the result of a brief exchange of words, there are few things in sports as consistently tantalizing as a good grudge match. In combat sports, where the stakes are already high enough to make most competitors in other forms of competition queasy, it elevates the stakes even more so. After all, the feuding […]

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Interview: TV comedy Sunny City/Shady People lampoons pop culture in an accurate Miami

Anyone living in South Florida can tell you that there really are two Miamis. There’s the one people see all the time on television—the one where every house has an ocean-side view, all the houses are either mansions or pastel art deco throwbacks, the roadways are clear for as far as the eye can see and everything—everything—looks like South Beach […]

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The Case for Indie Music Promoters – An Observation From a Former Music Exec

The Reverend Horton Heat are playing in West Palm Beach this weekend and I bet that you had absolutely no idea. The godfather of modern rockabilly will be within a 50 mile radius of the core readership of this publication and no one knows a damn thing about it. From personal experience, I have found that venues too many times circumvent the […]

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