FREMONT, Mich. (WZZM) -- Masses of people strolled into the Newaygo County Fairgrounds Saturday evening, for an action-packed night of mixed-martial arts, also known as "cage fighting."
An earlier fight by the promoters was shut down in March after it was over-sold, leading to swarms of angry customers demanding their money back. The promotional team re-tooled, leading to a new location, and new matches for those to attend.
"We refunded the money from the one fight that was canceled in Muskegon, we refunded the tickets to people basically giving them a really cheap show", said co-promoter Andrew English. "If they had the wristbands that they had before, we went ahead and refunded them all the money and gave them a free show", added English.
Fremont law enforcement was on site to oversee the event, making sure the mistakes of the past were not repeated.
"I did everything the city of Fremont wanted, and I got it handled obviously", said co-promoter Cody Colson.