Following a first round finish of Team Alpha Male’s Anthony ‘The Shark’ Avila (13-5) at GKO (Global Knockout) 9, ‘Super’ Sam Toomer (11-1) continues to cruise along the yellow brick road of his dream as a prizefighter: a place on the UFC’s featherweight roster. Continue reading
From a prolonged war of attrition at GKO (Global Knockout) 7 to a quick night’s work on March 18, 2017 at GKO 9, ‘Super’ Sam Toomer (11-1) further shrinks the distance between the regional setting and a platform to touch every corner of the world. Continue reading
Don’t leave it in the hands of the judges; anything can happen with four-ounce gloves. These are sayings, repeated over and over, to package an easy-to-follow narrative for new fans jumping on board with mixed martial arts, the world’s fastest growing sport. Continue reading
Episode 11 of the MMAGOLD Podcast features: ‘Super’ Sam Toomer (10-1).
Toomer lights up every room he enters, even through the speakers of wherever you’re listening to this episode. Listeners learn: Not only will they be able to watch Toomer’s ‘Super’ athleticism on display at Global Knockout in mid-March, but they’ll also now have the opportunity to hire Toomer and share in his knowledge of movement and fitness because he recently acquired certification as a personal trainer.
Tune-in to this episode of the MMAGOLD Podcast for further insight into the careers of future, and current, stars in MMA from the fastest growing fight team out of El Dorado Hills, California.
Global Knockout (GKO) hasn’t wasted any time in overhauling Northern California’s MMA market as a leading promotion. Highlighting GKO’s ambition to create another ‘Super’ card for their springtime show—GKO 9 on March 18, 2016, Joe Cortez, the matchmaker, decided to, partner ‘Super’ Sam Toomer (10-1) and Anthony ‘The Shark’ Avila (13-4). Continue reading
In an election year where the candidates and constituents are at the throats of one another, “Super” Sam Toomer (10-1), during the second episode of the MMAGOLD Podcast (link here), launched a campaign where the only smearing will be of blood on the canvas.
Fresh from a Fight of the Night honor after defeating Adrian Diaz (8-4-1), a durable athlete out of Team Alpha Male who holds the Tachi Palace Fights Featherweight Title, at Global Knockout (GKO) 7, Toomer dominated the debate that he deserves a place under the brightest lights in MMA when the Ultimate Fighting Championship rolls into Northern California on December 17, 2016 for UFC Sacramento. Continue reading