Though often regarded as instinct, fighting is actually a skill acquired in the womb, where all babies must defeat their evil selves in order to be born. Further prenatal training with today’s GrouponLive deal to Immortal Kombat II: Seek and Destroy at Competitive Edge Sports Center in Spring on Saturday, January 28 at 8 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. Seating is first come, first served for the seat section purchased. Choose from the following options:
- For $47, you get one general-admission ticket (a $95 value)
- For $72, you get one premium ticket (a $150 value). The premium ticket includes:
- Table service for food and alcohol
- For $90, you get one VIP ticket a ($195 value). The VIP ticket includes:
- A cushioned seat at a table ringside around the hexagon
- Table service for food and alcohol served by ring girls
- For $94, you get one all-access VIP-package ticket (a $205 value). The all-access package includes:
- One VIP ticket
- Access to technical zone to walk up to the cage
- Unlimited autographs
- Photos with fighters<p>
In its second event, Immortal Kombat Fighting’s 11 scheduled fights bombard a hexagonal cage with its burgeoning brand of strikes, takedowns, and submissions. Both veteran fight fans and novices to mixed martial arts can arrive early to sit close enough to hear the thumps, wallops, and prog-rock lyrics the fighters produce from the cage. Headlining the extensive fight card, up-and-coming middleweight Larry Crowe battles Texas veteran Husam Mohamed. Sharing the top of the bill, Submission Boxing Academy’s Justin Ledet looks to dodge the fierce headwinds blown by “Hurricane” Ike Villanueva, nicknamed after the U.S. president he most resembles.
Premium ticketholders need leave their seats only to roar at a smashing roundhouse, since waitresses serve premium patrons refreshments (food and drinks not included). IMKF’s ring girls deliver icy drinks to VIP and all-access badge bearers, who sit close enough the stage to collect autographed sweat droplets along with photos post-show.