May 9, 2011
(PRESS RELEASE) -- Fight Force International presented Blood and Sand IX to a packed crowd at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, Mississippi.

The 18-fight extravaganza showcased the top MMA athletes from around the Gulf Coast. In the main event, Walt Harris (2-1) defeated Wesley Little (3-6) via KO in Round 1. Harris, who looks chiseled out of granite, was very strong in the clinch landing a series of knees to Little's body. Harris then followed that up with a 5-punch combination and ended the fight by a devastating left high kick to the head that knocked Little out. Little stayed on the ground for several minutes but was able to rise to his feet to the cheers of the hometown crowd. Remember the name of Walt Harris who at 6'4", 231 lb, is the type of prospect with unlimited potential that will be fighting to a national audience sooner than later.

In the co-main event, Drew Wallace improved to (5-1) as he defeated the crafty Corey Holder (6-12) by unanimous decision. Wallace was too strong on the ground and had Holder in several vulnerable positions but was cautious of Holder's submission game and was content to play it safe and grind out the decision.

Fight Force International, the Gulf Coast's premier cage fighting event, delivered another night of exciting fights with over 3+ hours of exciting action with Blood and Sand IX. The only way to watch this loaded card and see the Dirty South's rising stars is to order it on video on demand only at!

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