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Jun 03rd
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MMA Roast Comedy Show Photo Gallery


A tribute to mixed martial arts living legends, MMA Roast / MMA Roasted is the first Mixed Martial Arts Stand Up Comedy Show. Admirable professional fighters are honored by appearing on stage with top comedians and roasted with comedic jokes, praise, outrageous stories, as well as heartwarming accomplishments.

The MMA Roast was developed as a mechanism for raising funds for gym owners and fighters. Proceeds of these events are dedicated to directly impacting the lives of fighters and gym owners, while supporting the growth and standards of the sport.


Convicted Artist is; a diverse mosaic of unique art, extreme sports, and other intriguing styles. We aspire to broaden the exposure of new and more obscure forms of unconventional arts. We focus on artistic freedom of expression and collaboration of talents. Our goal is to provide visitors with detailed stories and high quality events related to ART, BOXING, MMA & RIDES. Enjoy, learn, live & inspire.

MMA ROAST Comedy Show

Hosted by: Ron "Yacman" Yacovetti

The Greg Wilson, Amir K , Sam Tripoli



Mike “JOKER” Guymon

He fought for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) in their welterweight division. He is a former King of the Cage welterweight title holder. Guymon was born in Newport Beach, CA but raised in Irvine, CA. He attended many different schools but graduated from Woodbridge High School and went to Orange Coast College to further his studies.

Mike was trying to live his dream of playing professional baseball but while doing that he stumbled into mixed martial arts and instantly fell in love with the sport. He began training Muay Thai and Kickboxing soon after finding out about the new combat sport. Once Mike noticed that to become successful in MMA he would need to start developing a ground game, he started taking classes on Brazilian jiu-jitsu and wrestling. Joker just opened a new MMA gym in Orange County called Gracie Fighter OC along with his longtime friend Jason Manly.

Antonio McKee

Antonio McKee is an American MMA fighter who competes in the lightweight division and is known for his high number of decision victories. McKee grew up with a mother who battled drug addiction. As a teenager, he was in and out of jail before he found wrestling. He also opened a gym and a security company. McKee was a the founder of the Local Lucha Libre Wrestling (LLLW) in his hometown.

McKee began wrestling at the age of 14 and quickly found his niche, competing with the likes of Dan Henderson, Heath Sims and John Smith. It was 10 years later when he was asked to participate in his first MMA match, which resulted in a win over Shannon Ritch. Antonio is also credited with establishing an elite MMA training center, "BodyShop Fitness" in Lakewood, CA where fighters such as Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and the former Tokyo Sabres team have trained.

McKee's fought at MFC 22 where he again used his solid wrestling skills to earn a unanimous decision victory over Carlo Prater. The match should have been for the MFC title but Prater did not make weight. Previously McKee won the MFC Lightweight Championship by defeating Derrick Noble by unanimous decision.

On September 15, 2010,  McKee had signed a four-fight deal with the Ultimate Fighting Championship. On October 2, 2010, it was announced that McKee will make his debut at UFC 125 against Jacob Volkmann.[3] Mckee would suffer his first loss in nearly eight years after losing the fight via split decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29). After the loss, he was cut from the UFC roster.

Tony “Kryptonite” Lopez
Tony “Kryptonite”  Lopez is an American mixed martial artist and featured fighter for MTV’s Bully Beatdown. He is a former Gladiator Challenge Heavyweight Champion and was formerly the Light Heavyweight (186-205 lbs) and Heavyweight (265 lb maximum) King of the Cage Champion (even holding both at the same time for a while). Lopez has also participated in MTV's series Bully Beatdown.[1]

Lopez came to attention in the MMA world by amassing a 16 fight win streak that lasted over two years.
On February 12, 2010, Lopez defended his King of the Cage Heavyweight Championship with a first round submission victory over Tyler East. This bout was a part of King of the Cage's debut on HDNet. Lopez subsequently lost his Heavyweight title to Tony Johnson on the next HDNet show, ending his 16-fight win streak. He also lost his Light Heavyweight title to Mike Kyle in his next fight when the judges awarded Kyle a split decision win.

King of the Cage Heavyweight Title (one time; 3 successful title defenses). King of the Cage Light Heavyweight Title (one time; 4 successful title defenses). Held Championship titles in two weight classes at same time. Powerhouse World Promotions Light Heavyweight title(one time, current). Brace For War Heavyweight Championship. Gladiator Challenge Heavyweight Championship (one time, current)
Fight Time Promotions ISKA Heavyweight World Title contender.

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Mellisa Q  - schedule |
When is the next comedy show?
CrownVic  - Nice |
Nice flicks. Wish you guys could bring something like this to Texas.
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