About KOTC

  • Boxing
  • Karate
  • Mauy Thai
  • Greco Roman Wrestling
  • Judo
  • Sambo
  • Brazilian Jui – Jitso


King of the Cage made it’s first appearence in Canada on April 16, 2005 at Northlands Agricom in Edmonton Alberta. 4,500 people saw explosive action as 22 fighters from across North America slugged it out to see who would be King of the Cage.

“King of the Cage” . . . The finest in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) competition . . . The evolution of Combat.

Featuring only professional, elite fighters from around the globe, “King of the Cage” is a competitive event pitting warrior against warrior in hand-to-hand battles of skill, honor and art.

From Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to wrestling, Muay Thai to boxing, all styles are encouraged. But, in order to consistently win, participants must be well versed in every aspect of the fighting game.

“King of the Cage” . . . It’s about punches, kicks, elbows, knees, big knockouts, technical submissions, take-downs, and strategy. It’s like no other sport you’ve ever seen!

Through dozens of shows in front of packed houses nationwide, “King of the Cage” continues to strive to take the sport to the mainstream. The sanctioning of mixed martial arts by states such as Nevada has brought credibility to the sport, and the rest of the country will find out what fight fans have always known. There are rules to protect the competitors and the sport is as safe, if not safer, than many of the major league American sports.

Which style will reign supreme? Which man will be left standing? Who will be the King of the Cage?

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