Joe The Nose Wilk: Drinking 40’s
March 02, 2014: Victory Fighting fans know Joe 'The Nose' Wilk. His boisterous personality, entertaining fighter walkouts, and slick Jiu-Jitsu skills are hard to miss. Wilk has appeared in Omaha at VFC on several occasions and has faced hometown talent Ryan Roberts, Joe Ellenberger, Aaron Steele, and others. While fans love to hate Wilk, there's no denying his ability to entertain.
Nate Williams: Its gonna be a hell of a fight
March 02, 2014: After a long wait, Nate 'Teddy Bear' Williams is getting a chance to make his promotional debut with Victory Fighting Championships. The old time adage 'good things comes to those who wait' is especially true for Williams as he's not only making his promotional debut with VFC, but fighting for the new VFC Flyweight Title.
Seth Bass: Staying Undefeated
February 28, 2014: March 15th Undefeated amateurs Seth Bass and Qshawne Pryor put their unblemished records on the line for VFC fans. Both fighters have proven to be a threat from every position, both never having a loss, both heavy hitters. All the ingredients needed for a fight of the night performance.
Kassius Kayne: Keeping the momentum
February 26, 2014: Kassius Kayne (1-0) made his professional debut at VFC 41 and made short work of his opponent. In electrifying fashion, Kayne utilized an arsenal of kicks, knees, and strikes to win only 12 seconds in to Round 2 by TKO. He's consistently proven to be an exciting fighter and fan favorite.
Josh Rave: That Title is Mine
February 24, 2014: After nearly a year off of fighting, Josh Rave is prepared to make a return to the sport he loves so much. The Flyweight out of Premier Combat Center in Omaha, NE is looking to gain momentum in his respective weight division. Rave doesn’t have the notoriety he deserves though; In 30+ pro bouts, he’s faced some of the best in his division and sports a record of 22-11. Rave is set to face Nate “Teddy Bear” Williams for the first ever Professional VFC Flyweight title.
Ryan Jensen: Ready for whatever
February 24, 2014: With 25 professional fights and over 20 years in the sport of Mixed Martial Arts, Ryan Jensen has accrued a lot of experience, but this 8x UFC Veteran isn’t quite ready to call it quits. Jensen made his VFC promotional debut back in 2002 with the inaugural VFC 1. Since then, Jensen has had 9 VFC appearances and his longest fight in the VFC steel was 6 minutes and 16 seconds and was the only time he’s been out of the first round at VFC.