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ICF 24 to feature Frank Ramsey, Sean O’Malley and Lloyd Woodard, 221 Industries announces

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Cory Smith, CEO with 221 Industries today announced the lineup of fighters set to square off in ICF 24 at the Pacific Steel and Recycling Four Seasons Arena.

The fights are set for April 9 and will be highlighted by the return of Frank Ramsey to competitive action after a two-year absence. The other big pro fighters taking part are Sean O’Malley taking on any challenger and the return of Lloyd Woodard.

Cory Smith
Cory Smith

Smith said for this fight will be special for another reason in that they’re returning to the super-sized type feel to the show that they’ve done in the past.

“We’ve already got new lights, smoke machines, LED’s, and production to show off,” he said. “It’s gonna be a good one, we’ve got big names, big fights, big productions.”

Smith added that they’re also working on securing one more pro fight and three amateur title fights. He also said he can hardly wait to get this event underway.

“We haven’t done a show like this since last April, and the man himself Frank Ramsey is returning, that’s enough to lose sleep over as a fight fan, plus O’Malley’s just the big human highlight reel and Lloyd’s developed into a huge name in MMA.” he said.

Smith said that whenever they put on an event of this magnitude, it also pumps up all the fighters, who will likely end up fighting one of the others also on the card at some point throughout the year.

“Ya they are really amped, I mean, there is a lot of guys who will be on the card that will end up fighting each other later on in 2016 so it’ll be an audition for potential future mega fights,” he said.

While the final fight cards have not been finished yet, Smith said they should be out before too long.

Tickets to the April fights are $15 in advance and $20 the day of the event. Presale tables can be purchased via email at media@221industries.com. Advanced tickets go on sale March 1 at the Sting, Alias Smith & Jones Pawn and Cody’s Cars. Be sure to check for more on 221 Industries Facebook Page, too.

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