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The Ironmen have deepened their roster with new pick up Scott Graham. Scott Graham most recently played with World Cup semi-pro winners Distortion. Distortion were and up and coming team, but have been picked apart this offseason. Nick Pesz and Mike Kerr have also left the team to play with local pro team Chicago Aftershock. The Ironmen have RELOADED in the off season, they nearly a completely new roster and you will see them play on Sunday this year.…

The Los Angeles Ironman have added to their already impressive list of pickups, in the way of veteran snake player Demetrius “Metr” Ninios. Ninios has played for San Antonio X-Factor, AC Dallas and most recently LA Infamous. The Ironmen are looking strong; at least much stronger than last year. The Ironmen have added two very strong players in the off season, both Ninios and Siewers should make an immediate impact on the team. If it were up to me this would be the 2017…

Going into his 11th year as a pro, Siewers is set to rejoin the team he played for in 2008 the Los Angeles Ironmen. The Ironmen announced late last month that they would be rebuilding and looking to add new players this off season. The addition of a player of Siewers’ caliber to a roster that is rebuilding is huge. Siewers will add some much needed winning experience on a team filled with new players and he could…

[column size=one_third position=first ][/column] [column size=two_third position=last ] The Los Angeles Ironmen are an iconic paintball team. The Men’ have been a professional paintball team for over 20 years and have always been at the top of the ranks; that is until this year. 2016 was a hard year for the Men, of the 5 NXL events they played, they never finished better than 10th. Coming into 2017 the LA Ironmen are going to attempt a rebuild and…

Chris Schehr formerly of Trenton TopGun has joined the Los Angeles Ironmen. 2016 will mark Schehr’s fourth year as a professional paintball player, his previous three years were spent with TopGun. Although TopGun struggled in the professional division, Schehr was alway a standout player on the snake side. Being primarily a snake player, this leaves me wondering how Ironmen head coach Billy Wing will use him. The Ironmen have a very snake heavy team, over half of their player’s prefer the snake…