Jeff Meyer with Jessica Zomchik
Tuff-n-uff MMA has come a long way in 20 years.
Considered one of the best amateur MMA promotions in the U.S., Tuff-n-uff has done a lot for the female fighters and have turned out stars that are currently in the UFC and Invicta.
The promotion is continuing their efforts to make world class fighters even after the tragic passing of founder and CEO Barry Meyer. His brother Jeff has taken his mission to continue producing talent and put on solid shows.
Saturday, the promotion announced their 20th anniversary show is set for June 7th at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, in hopes to break the arena’s attendance record. You can get a free ticket by going to Unlvtickets.com. They are also seeking donations for the Three Square Food Bank and people are encouraged to bring a canned food item to the event.
The card will feature several female bouts including the finals of the Tuff-n-uff strawweight tournament. The winner between Jamie Moyle and Molly Wren-Holms will earn an Invicta contract and be declared tournament champion.
We talked to Jeff Meyer about the impact of the promotion throughout the years, the new partnership with Invicta, and what the future brings.