Promoter feels state offers best fighters in country Darren DeLaune/Reporter TULSA, Okla. — “I expect a good, clean fight. Touch gloves, go to your corner and be warriors.” Xtreme Fight Night referee Kevin Nix said to the fighters in the main event for the evening. It was a night of superfights, upsets and the return
Mason to compete in track and field Darren DeLaune/Reporter OKMULGEE, Okla. —Muscogee (Creek) citizen Laura Mason said she remembers when she was in sixth grade she had to run a mile to warm up in her track and field practices. “I hated it so much,” Laura said. She also tried running and jumping over hurdles
“I had to show the ladies and my coaches that I can play and help our team.” – Muscogee (Creek) citizen Jackie Waggnor said.
“I love the fact that if you are in a battle or in a foxhole, you want Amanda Ingram on your side. She is a warrior in so many areas.” – Oklahoma City University Stars softball team head coach Phil McSpadden
“I just wanted to run. They were all running and that is how I picked up on it.” – Muscogee (Creek) citizen Phoenix Randleman
“It was an adrenaline rush. That is what got me hooked. I didn’t play any sports so feeling the rush from fighting, it was a new experience.” – Muscogee (Creek) citizen Sampson Tabbytite