CAGE FASHION MMA SHOW CAUSED A ROAR IN LAS VEGAS

February 26, 2009

New York, NY, February 20, 2009 – Las Vegas known for the
spectacular over the top glitz is commonplace, so it was no surprise
that the first ever MMA fashion show could fit it in so well and still
cause a stir, a cagey stir that is.

The fashion show appropriately called Cage Fashion was all glamour
and celebrities on Wednesday, February 18, 2009 at the trendy
hotspot MIX at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas. Among the
celebrities that attended were rising star MMA fighter Eddie Alvarez,
top UFC fighter Lyoto Machida, Roger Huerta, Frank Trigg to Randy
Couture whose Xtreme Couture MMA clothing were showcased in
the fashion show.

Other top notch mixed martial arts brands that participated on the
catwalk included Guillotine, Witness, Warrior Wear International,
Fight Chix, Punishment, Vandal Eyewear, Junk Food Clothing
and UFC clothing. Models who strutted mixed martial arts brands
were styled by Rodney E. Hall and make-up / hairstylist Debra Weite.

The mastermind and creator behind the fashion show was Marcus Mera
who is a Director of Cage Fashion, LLC., with Terry Mera who is a
designer and the head fashion designer of MMA brand Guillotine.

Mike Straka from Fox News Fight Game on Foxnews.com was the
commentator/host and UFC celebrity sensation Arianny Celeste cohosted
the event which aired live simultaneously on Fox News Fight
Game Show and with IBN Sports, the premier destination of Live
Sports Network programming including on-demand Sports
programming of world class competitions.

The who’s who of brands that participated at the Cage Fashion show
included Athletic Body Care, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.,
Hollywood Tans, Bajio, Mix and Hooters Las Vegas. Others who
attended the event included EA Sports (game series such as Madden
NFL, NBA Live, FIFA, NHL to NASCAR) to WAMMA (fan and fighter
organization promoting the integrity and longevity of MMA).

The Cage Fashion show was so successful that a rematch could
possibly be in the cards for another fashion show to be showcased for
MMA and UFC in the future.

For more information, interviews and or to speak to a representative,
please visit www.cagefashion.com.

If you missed the
show please check it out on ibnsports.com in demand section.

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