On April 13, 2002, the world of sports chamged forever. Fourteen incredible athletes started a "Revolution" in the sport of Mixed Martial Arts. Five years later, the battle has grown stronger than ever before. HOOK N SHOOT introduced the world to some of the best female athletes on the planet. In this third production, see how these woman evolve in the ultimate style of fighting. Seven incredible hard-hitting fights chronicle the lives of 15 woman who are on a quest for glory that no other sport can deliver. They are sisters, daughters, girlfriends, co-workers, wives and maybe even your neighbor. But one thing is for sure, THESE WOMAN KICK ASS!!! THE FIGHTS:
Judy Neff -vs- Jessica Ross
Julie Kedzie -vs- Terry Blair
Tanya Vlahac -vs- Christine Van Fleet
Shelby Walker -vs- Judy Neff
Kelly Kobold -vs- Genelle Marquez
Dell Greer -vs- Francesca Menda
Terry Lukomski -vs- Jennifer Howe
Tara LaRosa -vs- Angela Wilson
Jennifer Howe -vs- Tara LaRosa
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