FREDERICKTOWN — There was about as much action as one cage could hold on fight night Saturday in Fredericktown. Extreme Adrenaline Championships VI was packed with 14 fights on a card that included some local winners and a successful heavyweight title defense. The boisterous crowd, estimated to be at least 1,000 strong, flocked to the gymnasium at the old Fredericktown High School, and they were not disappointed.

Seven of the fighters were from the area, including Jason Rine of Fredericktown, who was patient and methodical, using the skills of a wrestler to gain an early third round victory over Beau Driggs in a matchup of 145 pounders.

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