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Join Randy Couture for his 3rd Annual Bike and Rod Poker Run on Saturday, May 19, 2012. All raised funds go toward helping injured Veterans.

**** All Bikes are Welcome!
**** Hot Rod, Rat Rod, Street Cars Pre 1960 are Welcome! 

 If you don’t want to drive em, SHOW em!

Registration will be from 8:00am-10:30am at Xtreme Couture MMA located at 4055 West Sunset Road, Las Vegas, NV 89118 * 702.616.1022 (Corner of Valley View) less than a mile from Las Vegas Blvd.

The cost will be $25 per rider and $10 per passenger.  Pre Register Here

Additional poker cards can be purchased for $10.

This motorcycle charity event entails 5 stops in a 100 mile planned route where participants will receive a poker card at each location. Locations that are participating are: Xtreme Couture MMA, Pioneer Saloon, Brewskies Bar, Hogs and Heifers and Gilley’s inside Treasure Island on the Strip.

Cash prize for best hand is $500 and worst hand is $100 plus additional prize pool for 2nd and 3rd place. At registration you can purchase Rafffle tickets for more great prizes, 50/50 Cash Raffle plus private party and live entertainment at the last stop Gilley’s.

Please note: We have the entire top level of the parking garage at Treasure Island which is closed off the the public and will be monitored by security. Your bikes and cars will be safe while you are inside Gilleys.

Don’t ride or have a custom car that’s ok you can still show your support by coming to registration to purchase a ticket to the private party at Gilley’s and enter to win in the raffe!

The Xtreme Couture G.I. Foundation, a 501 © 3 non-profit corporation was started by Randy Couture to honor America’s Injured Veterans. Since 2001, the number of injured troops in Iraq and Afghanistan has reached more than 40,000, while more than 60,000 have been evacuated for medical care, according to The Department of Defense. The Xtreme Couture G.I. Foundation was founded with the goal to help those brave men and women.

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WHEN: OCTOBER 30, 2010


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Fighters and Celebrities include: Randy Couture , David Zaya, Tyson Griffin, Ryan Couture, Martin Kampmann, Gray Maynard, Jason Ron, Ray Sefo, Mike Pyle, John Alessio, Carrot Top, Sean Flanery and many more!

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3955 West Sunset – Suite 106, Las Vegas, NV 89118
Phone – 702.407.0898
Fax – 702.407.0958



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UFC Legend Randy Couture Gives $50,000 to Wounded Soldiers

(Las Vegas, NV January 29, 2010) Randy Couture Continues to be a class act both in and out of the Octagon.  This time Couture gives almost $50,000 worth of supplements to  America’s Hero’s Wounded In Action.

Perhaps the most recognized name in mixed martial arts (MMA) and true role model to those in the sport,  Couture continues to lead by example.  Couture, has shown to be an inspiration to the masses outside of MMA as well.  Excelling in almost anything he has ever done, from wrestling, to MMA, to acting, Couture always gives back, and most of the time people will never hear about it because he does it for the cause not the publicity..

International Journalism Review (IJR) commends Randy Couture’s most recent donation to the  Walter Reed Medical Center to help America’s wounded soldiers. Couture donated $49,278.93 worth of supplements (now known as XCAP) to help aid in their rehabilitation and recovery.

Couture told us, “You’d be surprised how physically fit and how much physical rigor that goes into rehab for these guys. Getting fitted for prosthetics, learning to walk, learning to do a lot of things that we all take for granted.  I’m fortunate to be in a position to help them in their recovery”

Randy Couture served 6 years in the US Army before his incredible and ongoing career in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).  Coming off a seemingly easy win over top ranked Brandon Vera at the age of 46 is just another notch on Couture’s belt of life.

In 2007 Randy Couture formed a non profit organization called Xtreme Couture GI Foundation to raise money and increase awareness for those wounded in action and their families.

This past December Randy made a visit out to Walter Reed where he had the privilege of meeting many of the injured troops and while on his trip Couture donated $100,000 in cash that had been raised through the GI Foundation to 10 families in need.

For more information on his non-profit organization and or would like to donate to his foundation for this great cause please visit

If you are interested in Randy Couture’s XCAP supplement line you can visit

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Xtreme Combat Weekend Kicks Off

Posted: October 17, 2009 by Xtreme Couture MMA in Uncategorized, xtreme couture GI Foundation

Teams and players starting arriving in groves at the paintball complex (A Pirates Paradise) today in Mesquite, NV for the Xtreme Couture GI Foundation Event – Xtreme Combat Weekend.  made possible by Randy Couture.


This weekend is all about celebrating and honoring the men and women who serve and sacrifice for our country every day. In their defense of our freedom, our armed forces are truly the ones to thank for making this weekend possible.

When driving into to the complex it resembles something you might see on your desktop wallpaper or a postcard and it’s just want the serious scenario paintballer wants!


The teams were setting up camp and gearing up for a weekend of  fun most were also talking about the MMA fights Saturday evening at the Casa Blanca Hotel and Casino presented by Tuff-N-Uff.  Sources close to XC confirmed that Dana White, president of the UFC was planning on coming up to the fight event this weekend as well.


Before game play started today teams and players  were allowed out on the field for a walk through. Here are a few images of this 40 arce complex that includes mountain terrain, rivers and of course …..






For only $50 to play paintball all weekend and $20 to watch MMA fights that all proceeds goes to benefit our  Military Troops and is a tax write off what other reason do you need? So tomorrow get in your car and make your way to the event!!!

We also want to thank all our volunteers and staff working the event for a great job!!

Please visit the official site for more info.

Join Randy Couture, other MMA fighters  and friends for a weekend of xtreme paintball, mma fights Saturday night presented by Tuff-N-Uff where ALL proceeds from the event is going to help benefit injured soldiers.

About the Foundation:

The Xtreme Couture GI Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation, was founded by Randy Couture to honor the veterans of America’s armed forces. The foundation was especially formed to raise money and awareness for those wounded in action and their families. To date, more than 24,000 U.S. troops have been wounded in the war against terrorism, which doesn’t include the many more suffering the mental effects.

Event Info & Tickets:

For more information and to purchase tickets please visit


Full Tilt Poker.Net has joined forces with Randy Couture to help raise money for Randy’s Charity this weekend August 23rd for the  Xtreme Couture GI Foundation.

If you can’t make it this Saturday Aug 22nd to Randy’s poker tournament at the Golden Nugget at 2pm (Las Vegas, NV),  well now is your chance to play against the big guy on Full Tilt Poker .Net

You’ll need to only put up $20 to play and half of each entry will go towards the prize pool and the other half is a donation directly to the GI Foundation.

So if you want to help our men and women who protect and serve our country now is your chance.

Here is the details.

Tournament Starts at 4PM (PST) – Sign Up early…..

Make  an account on Full Tilt – put $20 bucks in your bank.

Go to money game and find tournament # (102317041)  and the Sign-Up code is  “Couture”.

Pass the word!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Let’s help our G.I.s!!!!!


The Xtreme Couture G.I. Foundation together with O School Choppers hosted a Motorcycle Poker Run last weekend to help raise money for wounded soldiers and their families. The event started in the early hours of Saturday and ran all the way till the evening when everyone relaxed, ate some BBQ, and won some prizes from the raffle. This ride was the first of what will become an annual event held with the guys from O School and us here at Xtreme Couture.

The riders started off at Xtreme Couture then began the 150 mile run that took us everywhere from Pioneer Saloon way out in Good Springs all the way back to Mr. Dee’s, stopping at O School Choppers and the Moutain Springs Saloon along the way.

Here are some pictures from throughout the day. It goes without saying everyone enjoyed themselves and I personally look forward to next year, where the ride will surely be bigger and better then ever!

Last Thursday the Xtreme Couture G.I. Foundation hosted its first Charity Golf Tournament at Rhodes Ranch golf course here in Las Vegas, NV. The event was designed to raise money and awareness for wounded U.S. soldiers. Everyone that attended, including the many celebrities, were very giving to the cause in both support and donations. We were overwhelmed with the turn out and want to extend our thanks to everyone that made this event such a huge success!

Below are some great pictures of the event, some of the group shots we took, and some shots of our raffle winners. Everyone had fun at the event, including all of us that help put it on!

For information about the G.I. Foundation and how to make a donation, please visit

Operation All-In a Major Success

Posted: January 14, 2008 by Xtreme Couture MMA in Operation All In, xtreme couture GI Foundation


Operation All-In raised more than $90,000 for the Xtreme Couture GI Foundation. Steve Cyr and the team at The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino did an amazing job in helping to put on the event. Thanks are also due to the gold folks at ESPN Radio, FOX Sports Radio, Area 107.9 and Komp 92.3 for helping to get the word out.

Dean Cain, Montell Williams, David Wells, Phil Gordon, Jamie Gold, Scott Ian from Anthrax and Jose Canseco were some of the celebs who took part. They joined Randy, Frank Trigg, Stephan Bonnar, Tyson Griffin, Gray Maynard and Gina Carano from the MMA world and about 130 other folks in a No Limit Texas Hold ‘Em tournament.  James Scott a Las Vegas local and avid poker player won the event.  He graciously donated part of his $20,000 in winnings to the GI Foundation.

The event was a huge hit and we’re going to do it again next year.

Randy Speaks At Military Homecoming Ball!

Posted: November 20, 2007 by Xtreme Couture MMA in Uncategorized, xtreme couture GI Foundation


In early April Xtreme Couture was contacted to see if Randy would be willing to attend a military homecoming ball for soldiers returning from Iraq. The coordinator, an active duty wife, mentioned how Randy had taken the time to visit the guys in Iraq last summer “To this day, we still hear stories about his visit from our husbands. Our husbands are huge “Randy” fans but believe it or not, we have some very hard-core “Randy” fans in our wives as well. ” The men and women served a total of 15-16 months and were returning home late October. The huge celebration was for their return. “We continue to live ordinary lives at home while they put ordinary aside for extraordinary! This will also be the first occasion our battalion has to collectively say farewell to our fallen soldiers.”

“It was truly an honor to be part of the welcoming home ball for the 2/3 infantry patriots and the striker battalion. What a great pleasure to meet the soldiers and their families. Their enthusiasm and patriotism continues to impress me. Both my wife and myself look forward to new ways to support the troops.” ~Randy Couture

The party was filled with enthusiasm as Randy took the majority of the evening mingling with the soldiers, signing autographs and taking photos.

Lt. Colonel

Homecoming Ball 3

Homecoming Ball