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Nightmare! Justin Street Featured on Carlos Llinas Motorcity Casino MMA Card

By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Boxing Correspondent

Detroit, Michigan (July 23, 2019)– Carlos Llinas CLIP International Productions will present MotorCity Cage Fights VI at Sound Board MotorCity Casino in Detroit, Michigan, on Friday, July 26, 2019, featuring an exciting evening of three amateur and six professional Mixed Martial Arts MMA cage fight bouts.

The main event will feature 3-3 dangerous cage fighting veteran Michigan bantamweight Justin ‘Nightmare’ Street, fighting out of the Stars and Strikes Gym in Livonia, Michigan, who is predicted to win by first-round knockout over 1-5 Michigan journeyman Usama Rahman. With four losses in a row, Rahman’s brief ‘nightmare’ will not last long against Justin ‘Nightmare’ Street, an explosive experienced power hit and closer who doesn’t waste time with his opponents, one way or the other, who frequently lives up to his nickname.

In the preliminary bout to the main event, 3-4 Charles ‘Dingo, The Grave Digger’ Brown of Muskegon, Michigan, will likely dig the grave of opponent, 2-1 Cody Collin of Mr. Pleasant, Michigan, a big bearded and big bellied lookalike version of boxing heavyweight Joey Dawejko. Brown is predicted to win by second or third round knockout or stoppage.




Welterweight Ali Rahal, 0-1, of the Stars and Strikes Gym in Livonia, Michigan, is predicted to fight to a three-round decision over 0-1 Corie ‘The Barbarian’ Hoard of Coldwater, Michigan, in a rough bout which favors Hoard but ould go either way.

Michigan bantamweight Joel Berman, 0-1, is predicted to win by second-round knockout or stoppage over 0-3 featherweight Loc Houck of Saginaw, Michigan. They two combatants are presumed to be fighting at the higher weight.

Comebacking bantamweight 1-1 Sean Dunn of Westland, Michigan, out of the Stars and Strikes Gym, is predicted to win by three-round decision over 0-2 Cody Baker of Battle Creek, Michigan, reason being Dunn has been inactive for six years.




Debuting Detroit lightweight Isaiah Gathings Jr., fighting of the Academy of Soo Do Thai, is predicted to win by three-round decision over 1-1 Andrew Karsten of Niles, Michigan, a featherweight three years inactive, now fighting out of South Bend, Indiana.

In an amateur preliminary bout, 1-3 Michigan lightweight Mike Dinaj is predicted to win by second-round knockout or stoppage over 0-3 welterweight Justin Lawson of Michigan.

In another amateur preliminary bout, 1-0 Michigan heavyweight Jackson Ross is predicted to win by third round knockout or stoppage of 0-1 Joseph Echols of Michigan.




The CLIP card will open with the amateur debuts of Michigan bantamweights Eriyon Adams and Garrett Wooden, who will face each other in a bout which should go the distance and could go either way.

Carlos Ilinas Productions and Sound Board at Motor City Casino, Detroit, Michigan, welcome MotorCity Cage Night VI, nine live Mixed Martial Arts fights, on Friday, July 26, 2019.  Doors open at 6:30 P.M., the first bout begins 7 P.M. All fight fan attendees must present valid identification of age 21 or over to be admitted. Listed ticket prices still available are $130, $105, $80 and $55 at the casino event door or online via ticketmaster.com at https://www1.ticketmaster.com/motorcity-cage-night-vi-live-mixed-detroit-michigan-07-26-2019/event/08005690A263242C Casino gaming and casino dining are available before and after the show. Free self-parking and valet parking is available at the casino. The Motor City Casino address is 2901 Grand River Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. Sound Board has its own private side entrance for those being dropped off. For more event information, please contact Sound Board Detroit at 313-309-4614, or Motor City Casino Detroit at 866.782.9622. Food and refreshments will be available for purchase at the event.

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Robert Brizel - Head Boxing Correspondent
Robert Brizel - Head Boxing Correspondent
Robert is the Head Boxing Correspondent for Real Combat Media Boxing since 2013. Robert is also a photographer and ringside reporter for the RCM Tri State region which includes NJ, NY and PA. Robert conducts exclusive interviews, provides historical boxing articles and provides editorial ringside coverage of major boxing events. You can contact or follow Robert on Facebook and by email at robertbrizel@realcombatmedia.com.