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Backflips and Beatdowns 4

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Motorcycle Freestyle meets Mixed Martial Arts for the fourth time at MetraPark's Rimrock Auto Arena tomorrow night.

Backflips and Beatdowns 4 is guaranteeing an event like no other. The unique event features top athletes from around the world. Motorcycles will be flipping and performing stunts over the U.F.C. Style cage.

Tyler Johnson and Terrill Bracken say Backflips and Beatdowns 4 will; hands down beat their first three events. "Ya know, to see some of these guys that we've got backflipping the cage, it's the real deal. 240,000 people viewed this thing in 48 hours last time on YouTube. Front page of Yahoo.com. The world believes in it, Billings needs to", says Johnson.

"Our main event fight is featuring Sean Cubby Peters and Andy Petek. Those are two big names from this area, and we've got really good, credible opponents to fight them. Bob Gilstrap, who's gonna be fighting Andy Petek, is a U.F.C. Vet. A really good striker, a great stand up fighter. That's gonna be a stand and bang war", says Bracken.

Tickets for the event are still available at any MetraPark box office.

General admission tickets are $15.

Doors open at 6:30 and the show begins at 7:30.

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