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The 59th event in Combat Games MMA history commences this Saturday at the Snoqualmie Casino. Read more about the epic Main Card in the featured preview!read more
Chase Hooper and Joey Pierotti, two Washington State MMA fighters competing at COGA 59, use their friendship to get to the next level of the sport.read more
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The COGA Mission
Combat Games MMA (COGA) is dedicated to providing the highest quality and safest Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) events for spectators and participants alike.
WE DELIVER EXCEPTIONAL RESULTS
Founded in 2009, we have since averaged over 90% sell-out in all of our shows.
WE HAVE AN IMPECCABLE SAFETY RECORD
COGA is one of the only regional MMA organization that has had no severe injuries or lawsuits.
WE HAVE THE MOST QUALIFIED AND RESPECTED STAFF
Joe DeRobbio, founder of COmbat GAmes MMA (COGA) has been involved in MMA on every level since 1992. Joe’s been a fighter, coach, referee, promoter, and advocate for the legalization, and safety of the sport. In 1995, Joe became Washington States first professional referee. After 13 years working as a combat official, Joe had the vision to create an organization that focused on providing a unified platform, promoting young up-and-coming fighters.
WE HAVE A STRONG MEDIA PRESENCE
COGA hosted 12 shows on ROOT Sports and we stream every show online, bringing additional marketing and branding to our Tribal partners.
Joe DeRobbio, founder of COmbat GAmes MMA (COGA) has been involved in MMA on every level since 1992. Joe’s been a fighter, coach, referee, promoter, and advocate for the legalization, and safety of the sport. In 1995, Joe became Washington States first professional referee. Joe refereed the first “Super Brawl” in Hawaii, and has worked all over the country.
Marlin Fryberg is a well-respected Tribal Leader/Entrepreneur and Native American Business Owner, with decades of experience that addresses the interrelated issues in and around Indian Country. He has served as President of the Quil Ceda Village Council, Chairman of Services and Business Committee of the Tulalip Tribes, Vice Chairman on the Tulalip Tribal Council, served on the Snohomish County Boys and Girls Club Board and as a delegate for the National Congress of American Indians and on the National Indian Gaming Association. Mr. Fryberg is actively involved in his Native Culture and gives back to the community as a Coach/Mentor to community youth.