YAMMA Pit Fighting

Yamma Pit Fighting was a mixed martial arts promotion that was created by original UFC promoter Bob Meyrowitz. The promotion's first and only event, YAMMA 1, was held on April 11, 2008 in Atlantic City, New Jersey at the Trump Taj Mahal. It featured a unique fighting arena, as well as 2 "masters" fights: Patrick Smith vs. Butterbean and Oleg Taktarov vs. Mark Kerr.

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... From then on until 1989 when the pit closed most Baddesley men worked in some capacity at the mine ... A memorial to all the men who worked in the mines, in the form of a pit head winding wheel was erected on the common on the site of the old Maypole pit ...
Martinsville Speedway - Layout
... Until 1999, Martinsville was notorious for having two pit roads ... The backstretch pit road was generally avoided because if a team had to pit there during a caution period, any car pitting on the frontstretch had the advantage of pitting first and not having ... This was rectified when pit road was reconfigured to extend from the entrance of turn 3 to the exit of turn 2 ...
Messel Pit - Access
... Exhibits from the pit may be seen in the Messel town museum, the Museum of Hessen in Darmstadt (5 km from Messel) and also the Senckenberg Museum in Frankfurt (some 30 km ... Casual visitors can park close to the pit and walk around 300 m to a viewing platform overlooking the pit ... Entrance to the pit is only possible as part of a specially organized tour ...
Pit School
... A pit school was a covert school for African American children from the time when they were prevented from receiving an education due to repression ... A pit would be dug and covered over ... A pit school is referred to in the book Nightjohn by Gary Paulsen ...

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