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Rocktagon MMA Returns to Lone Star State March 29; Adds New Elements to Event
El Paso, TX — Rocktagon MMA is prepared to soar to new heights, and it all begins with the star-studded Rocktagon XXXI fight card slated for March 29 in El Paso, Texas.
Fans in El Paso have already enjoyed three memorable Rocktagon fight cards, but the bar is being set even higher with Rocktagon XXXI “Rock-n-Rage,” beginning with a change in venue.
Rocktagon XXXI will be held at the Socorro Entertainment Center, a state-of-the-art concert venue with a $1.2 million sound and video system. A live rock band will perform the walkout songs for each fighter, and fans can expect music before the event and a concert immediately following the action in the cage.
The lovely Rockerettes will also make their debut at this event, offering up extra glitz and glamour for an already jam-packed night of MMA action and Rock ‘N’ Roll fun.
Rocktagon XXXI will feature an all-professional fight card and a vacant lightweight title bout. The event takes place Saturday, March 29 at the Socorro Entertainment Center located at 11200 Santos Sanchez in El Paso, Texas. Doors open at 5:00 pm, with the first bell at 7:00 pm. Tickets start at $35 and are available online at RocktagonWorldwide.com.
Founded in mid-2010, Rocktagon MMA is the mixed martial arts division of Rocktagon Worldwide, a sports and music entertainment company. It is the only promotion able to offer several types of shows to meet the needs of various markets: Professional, Amateur, Pro-Am, and Rock-n-Rage. Rock-n-Rages are premium events combining the cage of mixed martial arts with a stage featuring live musical performances by well-known artists.
All Rocktagon MMA events stream live globally on the Rocktagon Sports Music Network (RSMN.TV) and are filmed to air on multiple networks throughout North America, such as Comcast, Comcast SportsNet, and Comcast Sports Southeast with weekly shows on Tuff TV, AMG, Time Warner SportsChannel in Ohio and Kentucky, The Comcast Network in Michigan and Indiana, and the Fight Network throughout Canada.