Ortiz to be on TV reality series

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Jacob “Kobe The Stunna” Ortiz of San Manuel has been selected to appear on Spike TV’s new reality show “Fight Master: Bellator MMA”. The series will follow 32 of the world’s best welterweight (170 pounds) fighters as they compete for a place in the Bellator MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) Tournament. This tournament is considered one of the toughest fighting tournaments in sports and it offers a $100,000 prize.

The series will bring fight fans into the fighter’s training camps in New Orleans, Louisiana. It will show the grueling training regimens that the fighters must go through to become world class MMA fighters. Cameras will follow the fighters as they train, live and fight in qualifying matches to determine who will have the chance to go to the Bellator MMA Tournament. The fighters will get to select their trainer from legendary coaches Randy Couture, Greg Jackson, Frank Shamrock and Joe Warren. They will also be able to choose who they fight in the qualifying matches.

The first three episodes of the series will show the 32 fighters competing in the qualifying matches. The finale will be televised live on Spike with the winner of the bout moving on to the Bellator MMA Tournament. Fight Master: Bellator premieres on Wednesday June 19 at 10:00 p.m.

If you would like to know more about Kobe and follow his career, go to his website at www.kobethestunna.com.

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