Pacific Xtreme Combat inks deal with international fighters

Pacific Xtreme Combat has expanded its roster going into 2014.

10 MARCH 2014
Summary
Pacific Xtreme Combat has expanded its roster going into 2014. Ryan Mulvihill and Josh Gow of Sikjitsu, and Kai Kamaka Jr of 808 Fight Factory inked for 2 year contracts

Pacific Xtreme Combat has expanded its roster going into 2014.

Ryan Mulvihill and Josh Gow of Sikjitsu, and Kai Kamaka Jr of 808 Fight Factory inked for 2 year contracts

Highly touted 145 lb fighter Ryan Mulvihill and 135 lb phenom Josh Gow signed 2 year contracts with PXC. 

Muvihill is a strong addition to an already deep featherweight class. Victories over former PXC champ Harris Sarmiento and featherweight contender Toby Misech are just a few of the gems on Mulvihill’s 10-3 resume. 

Gow is an undefeated bantamweight who has never gone to a decision in his 6 fights. 

Kai Kamaka Jr. is an up and coming bantamweight out of 808 Fight Factory. A collegiate wrestler with strong stand up-skills, Kamaka Jr. looks to add more excitement to PXC’s very competitive bantamweight class. 

For more information, contact:
Ken San Nicolas
Pacific Xtreme Combat
600 Harmon Loop Rd Suite 102
Dededo, Guam 96929
Phone: 671-688-5565
www.pxc.com.ph

Spokespeople
About Pacific X-treme Combat

Pacific X-treme Combat (PXC) was established in 2004 in the US island territory of Guam, and since then, has set the region on fire showcasing the highest level of MMA action on a consistent basis. Owned and operated by the Calvo family, PXC has produced over 40 professional events and 50 amateur shows in Guam and the Philippines, where PXC events consistency records over 700,000 viewers during live broadcasts, and thousands more during online stream.