The main card for RFA 34 is complete with the recent announcement of a pair of additions, including the certain jerk-er which will see Jackson-Wink’s Andrew Tenneson meeting Grudge Training Centers Cory Sandhagen. Continue reading
Having chated with Andrew Tenesson last weekend at Caged Fury MMA about his experience cornering, I thought it be a good idea to again check in with the undefeated Featherweight Andrew Tenneson (3-0) out of the Jackson-Wink camp. Andrew tells us about what aspects of his game he’s been improving, what coaching at the Jackson Martial Arts & Fitness Academy has taught him,why promoter’s need to get him on their card, and some deep insights into life. Plus don’t miss out hearing about Andrew’s triple crown breakfast and desert/ Continue reading
While in the dark trying to find his car I caught up with undefeated Featherweight Andrew Tenneson, who was a voice in the corner as the Jackson-Wink team went 5-0 at Caged Fury MMA Resurrection, this past weekend in Farmington, New Mexico. Continue reading
The McKernan Event Center today played host to the ECS One weight-ins and is the same site that will host tomorrow’s MMA Event. 18 Fighters took the scales and 5 missed the mark on the first try.
Jackson’s MMA’s Andrew Tenneson will be in the co-main event of ECS One on January 24th at the McKernan Event Center against Santa Fe’s Joel Whitney. Tenneson joined me to talk about the upcoming fight, his weight cut, and we talk about self promoting. Continue reading
MMA returns to the McKernan Event Center on January 24th, as Elven o2 Promotions, presents ECS (Elite Combat Series) One, which will be headlined by Lovato Total Fitness’s Lenny Lovato Jr. (8-4) vs. Chavez Dojo’s Francisco Marin (0-1). Continue reading
Stepping in and stepping up on short notice Andrew Tenneson (2-0) will replace Robbie Gutierrez, on very short notice in the main event of Jackson’s MMA XII against Prentice Ingram (8-3).
Jackson’s MMA Series XI took place on Saturday August 10th, at the Tingley Coliseum in Albuquerqeu, New Mexico. The main event was announced as being a Featherweight battle between Nick Rhoads and Cnrad Padilla, but at the last moment the main and co-main event bouts switched places . The new main event saw Richard Vill facing Gabriel Benitez at Lightweight ; with Rhoads and Padilla serving as the co-main attraction.