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Ozzfest meets Knotfest with Tha Native

Did you know that American Indian hip hop artist, Tha Native, is a huge fan of hard rock music? Yup! So when Ozzfest Meets Knotfest came to the Inland Empire, Tha Native and friends jumped into the limo bus and headed to the show.

Disturbed put on an amazing show with flames shooting out at different points in their songs. Very cool effect. I could actually feel the warmth of the flames each time they shot out like cannons. Not sure how the people who were right in front felt.

Black Sabbath closed Saturday night’s show. Needless to say, they were awesome. Ozzy complained of suffering from a cold, but he did his best, and his best more than pleased the packed crowd in the amphitheater.

Slipknot closed the show Sunday night. They were full of energy and played an exciting set for the crowd. I know our party was excited to watch them. But, right before their set, Tha Native handed out a couple of Knotfest tees to our two servers, who happen to be near identical twins, but are actually, if I remember correctly, one year apart. They were really cool servers to have and I hope they get a chance to visit the blog and see their photo.

Finally, Tha Native’s very good friend and Inland Empire local, Mighty Mo, won the Road FC open weight title in Seoul, South Korea. Mighty Mo took on the Korean giant, Hong Man Choi, for the open weight belt and defeated him with a first round KO. We are all very excited to welcome back the champion and congratulate him on his exciting victory. We also can’t wait to see that huge belt. Congrats! We are so proud of you and your extraordinary accomplishment.

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