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Anyone catch Chuck Norris' World Combat League on ESPN over the weekend? It's basically team kickboxing. Anyway, each team is from a different city, complete with team logos and colors. Logos are pretty simple, but nothing over the top. Actually, some of the logos are quite similar in style. Some would make better secondary logos.

http://www.worldcombatleague.com/teams.html

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They have a MMA League, the International Fight League.

Here's some of the logos. They're kind of small, so my apologies in advance.

Seattle Tigersharks

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Quad Cities Silverbacks

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Tokyo Sabres

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New York Pitbulls

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Portland Wolfpack

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Los Angeles Anacondas

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San Jose Razorclaws

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Toronto Dragons

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Reno Lions

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Southern Cal Condors

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Chicago Red Bears

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Tucson Scorpions

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Just some notes..

Quad Cities- Coached by UFC legend, and coach of Matt Hughes, Tim Sylvia and others, Pat Militech

New York - Coached by Renzo Gracie. The name Gracie carries a ton of weight in MMA.

Portland- Coached by Matt Lindland, former Olympic Gold Medalist and UFC veteran

LA- Coached by UFC legend Bas Rutten

San Jose - Coached by UFC Legend Frank Shamrock

Reno - Coached by UFC Legend Ken Shamrock

Toronto - Coached by former UFC champion Carlos Newton

Southern Cal - Coached by UFC legend Marco Ruas

Tucson - Coached by UFC legend Don Frye.

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i see an apostrophe where i shouldn't.

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