Phoenix Jones (born Benjamin John Francis Fodor, 1988 in Texas) is the leader of the Rain City Superhero Movement in Seattle, Washington.
Phoenix Jones wanted to take policing matters into his own hands after a few incidents changed his mind about Seattle. The first was when Phoenix Jones seen that his car was broken into and his son was injured after returning to the vehicle and falling on the broken glass. Phoenix Jones was told that several people saw the break-in happen, but did not intervene. According to Phoenix Jones the car window had been broken by a rock with a ski mask wrapped around it, which Phoenix Jones left in the car's glove box.
Later, Phoenix Jones says that he encountered a friend being seriously assaulted outside a bar, and after calling 911 he put on the mask from the earlier break-in and "made a commotion" until the police showed up. "And I thought, why didn’t someone help him? There were seventy people outside that bar and no one did anything.
Phoenix Jones went on to develop a full costume and pseudonym, when his crime-fighting behavior made him too recognizable. In a CBS news broadcast, Phoenix Jones is shown entering a back room of an unnamed comic book store in which he changes into costume which consists of a Dragon Skin brand bulletproof vest and stab plating, as well as equipment including a stun baton, pepper spray, handcuffs and a first aid kit. Read more about Phoenix Jones
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Undefeated welterweight mixed martial arts (MMA) prospect Ben Fodor is going to make his World Series of Fighting (WSOF) debut at the upcoming WSOF 20 event on NBC Sports, which takes place in Foxwoods Resort Casino inside Mashantucket, Connecticut.
Phoenix Jones AKA Ben Fodor is perfecting his craft to bring an amazing match for people to experience.
Fodor (5-0-1) operates in the Seattle area as a costumed crime-fighter, and has assisted in several situations ranging from fights to attempted robberies, all while clashing with local law enforcement.
He’s also an accomplished mixed martial artist, having a successful amateur career before turning pro in November 2013. He’s yet to lose a fight on the regional scene and recently inked a deal with World Series of Fighting. While no opponent has been announced for his April debut at WSOF 20, it appears that it’s only a matter of time.