It’s a rematch that’s been some time in the making. On December 15th Al Iaquinta will take on Kevin Lee in the main event at The Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee. The two fought for the first time at UFC 169 back in 2014 ending in a unanimous decision win for “Raging” Al.
There is no love loss between these two fighters. Many words have been exchanged back and fourth through Twitter as well as comments about the other during interviews. Neither have been shy in regards to their feelings for the other. Both have called for this fight to happen for a second time at certain points, now both will get their wish. Continue Reading
Happy Holiday to everyone from Iaquinta Nation. Holiday weekend flash sale! The next 10 people to place an order will get their Raging Al shirt autographed by Al himself. Act now as this special will start as soon as this posts and than go away shortly after. Fight Night is less than a week away. Don’t hesitate buy your shirts today for guaranteed delivery prior to UFC 223 Iaquinta vs. Felder. All sizes back in stock, visit ShopAlIaquinta.com to order.
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It’s Saturday morning and there’s only two items you have to worry about buying. Tickets to UFC 223 and your Raging Al T-Shirt.
“Raging” Al Iaquinta will take on Paul Felder in just a few short weeks from now at UFC 223. The event will take place April 7th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn NY as well as live on PPV. Iaquinta kicks off what has the makings to be the best card of the year thus far. The main card includes the following.
UFC 223 Main Card (10 p.m. ET on Pay-Per-View)
Tony Ferguson vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov (Undisputed Lightweight Title)
Rose Namajunas vs. Joanna Jędrzejczyk (Strawweight Title)
Michael Chiesa vs. Anthony Pettis
Calvin Kattar vs. Renato Moicano
Al Iaquinta vs. Paul Felder
Now that we’ve built up your excitement lets get you set up. Tickets for the fight can be purchased via Ticket Master, but be sure to check your other secondary market ticket web sites as well.
More importantly weather you’re heading to UFC 223 or watching on TV, show your support in style with the brand new Raging Al T-Shirt. Act now while supplies last. Continue to check here for news, updates, and other promos throughout the weekend.
“You buying a shirt from me? You better be buying a shirt from me, I fought my A*S Off.”
If you haven’t gotten a shirt yet, you may be the only one. Shirt stock is limited and moving fast. We’re all ready gearing up for our second order. While we hope to have that second order in prior to the fight April 7th there’s no guarantee. Start this Monday off right and make the best decision you’re going to make all day. Visit ShopAlIaquinta.com and buy a Raging Al shirt now.
Keep checking in with us for some promos throughout the week as well as news and updates leading up to the fight. Any questions email MattPellicane@gmail.com
Don’t hesitate on this great deal, it will end tomorrow. Thank you to everyone who jumped on the pre sale pricing all ready. Shirts are going fast, fight night is just over a month away. Represent Raging Al in style with this brand new V-Neck as he gets ready to take on Paul Felder at UFC 223. $27.99 includes free shipping. What are you waiting for, order today at ShopAlIaquinta.com
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There aren’t many employees that would have one of their best nights at the office, and follow it up by ripping into their Employer. Than again not everyone is Al Iaquinta. Iaquinta hasn’t been shy about his frustration with UFC management and their polices. While his love for fighting is still fully intact it’s Iaquinta’s patience around the politics of The UFC that continues to grow thin.
“Raging” Al was yet again snubbed for a finish bonus Saturday night after knocking out UFC legend Diego Sanchez. After expressing his frustration on Twitter that night, Iaquinta went into further detail on the MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani this week. Continue Reading
If you’re Al Iaquinta you couldn’t have drawn it up any better. Come back after two years and knock out a legend in the sport. Iaquinta knocked out Diego Sanchez just 98 seconds into the first round. The fifth win in a row for Iaquinta bringing his record to 13-3-1 (8-2 UFC). The win adds yet another highlight reel knockout to his resume. The loss brings Sanchez to 27-10 (16-10 UFC). Continue Reading