RIP Jeremy Williams

Nogi “Williams” Tee. In memoriam of Jeremy Williams. Features Jeremy Williams “APEX JIU-JITSU” logo on chest and back, and Nogi logos on shoulders, on 100% Ring-Spun cotton.


Proceeds will be donated to the family (Wife and Daughters) of fallen fighter Jeremy “Spider” Williams (aka: Bill Bob Bills). Rest in Peace Brother.

http://www.nogi.com/clothing/shirts/apextee.htm

Jeremy Williams memorial service will be held @ Saddleback Church, Monday the 14th @ 3pm. Anyone who would like to come is invited to attend.

Saddleback Church is located at:1 Saddleback ParkwayLake Forest, CA 92630www.saddlebackchurch.com

INTERNATIONAL FIGHT LEAGUE CONFIRMS THE PASSING OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CONDORS MIDDLEWEIGHT JEREMY WILLIAMS

NEW YORK, May 6, 2007 – The International Fight League (OTC.BB: IFLI), the world’s first team-based professional mixed martial arts league, is deeply saddened to announce the passing of Southern California Condors middleweight Jeremy Williams, 27, of Laguna Niguel, Calif. The Orange County, Calif., Sheriff’s Department – Coroner Division confirmed that Williams died Saturday and that an autopsy will be performed to determine cause of death.

“This is a very sad day for the Williams family, Jeremy’s teammates and all of the Mixed Martial Arts community,” IFL Co-founder and Commissioner Kurt Otto said. “Jeremy was a tremendous competitor and teammate, as well as being a very strong person who lifted the spirits of everyone around him. Our thoughts and prayers are with Jeremy’s wife, Lauren, their young daughter and the rest of his family, as well as his coaches Marco Ruas and Debi Purcell and all his teammates. Everyone at the IFL, as well as the entire MMA community, will do everything we can to support them in their hour of need.”

Williams owned a professional record of 7-2 and was undefeated in his first two IFL fights, last competing at the Forum in Los Angeles on March 17, when he defeated the Tokyo Sabres’ Kazuhiro Hamanaka. One of the rising stars of the first-year league, Williams was going to miss the Condors’ next matchup at the Sears Centre in Chicago on May 19, due to a recent recurrence of a sternum injury.













































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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