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Manila, Philippines | Published on: November 6, 2013
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Red Horse Beer becomes the Presenting sponsor of PXC 41 featuring featherweight championship bout between Filipino titleholder Ale Cali and Hawaiian challenger Louis Smolka.
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Red Horse Beer, the Philippines’ first and number one extra-strong beer, has inked a sponsorship deal with Pacific X-treme Combat (PXC), the premiere mixed martial arts promoter in the country, to bring another electrifying championship mixed martial arts card in PXC 41 on November 9, 2013 at the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig City.

Known as the beer with the right kick and taste for the action-oriented individual, Red Horse Beer is the perfect companion to PXC 41’s expected all-out war between defending PXC Flyweight Champion Ale Cali of the Philippines and Hawaiian challenger Louis Smolka. Coming off a first-round submission of Jessie Rafols in PXC 39 via rear-naked choke, Smolka, a.k.a. Da Last Samurai, has never been beaten in his four professional fights, submitting all of his opponents. Current fly-weight champion Ali "the Young Gun" Cali, says he is ready to defend his belt at all costs.

Pacific X-treme Combat CEO EJ Calvo expects PXC 41 to deliver another evening of action packed high quality MMA. "The transition to Red Horse Beer as our presenting sponsor is not only exciting for our fans, but also for the sport. Our shared commitment to develop and discover local MMA talent will bring the quality of Filipino MMA fighting to the next level."

Tickets to PXC 41 are available at SM stores and TicketWorld outlets or online at smtickets.com, ticketworld.com.ph and redhorsebeer.com. The fights can also be seen via live streaming through facebook.com/pxcmma.

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"The transition to Red Horse Beer as our presenting sponsor is not only exciting for our fans, but also for the sport. Our shared commitment to develop and discover local MMA talent will bring the quality of filipino MMA fighting to the next level."

— Edward Calvo, CEO/ Promoter, Pacific X-treme Combat