Kyle Stoltz, a longtime mixed martial arts manager, founder of Janus Sports & Entertainment (as per MiddleEasy), and matchmaker for organization, XMMA was reportedly arrested back in December along with numerous other persons as part of a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department sting operation on a group of child sex predators.
Kyle Stoltz, 42, along with eight other men were officially arrested in December of last year in Las Vegas, Nevada as part of a sting operation, named December Rain, conducted by LVMPD and LVMP’s Nevada Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, the FBI’s Child Exploitation Task Force, and the FBI’s Southern Nevada Human Trafficking Task Force.
During the sting operation conducted, undercover agents from respective task forces acted and posed as children online, where they were then allegedly solicited for sexual relations by adults, with subsequent meetings arranged and organized. At the arranged meetings, suspects were arrested during the sting operation and charged with luring a minor with the use of a computer to engage in sexual acts, before they were subsequently booked into Clark County Detention Center. (H/T 3 News)
Kyle Stoltz manages a host of prominent Bellator MMA fighters
Stoltz, as mentioned previously, in a longtime mixed martial arts manager and the founder of Janus Sports & Entertainment, previously managed former UFC title challenger, Bellator fighter, Liz Carmouche – as well as former Bellator champion, Ilima-Lei MacFarlane.
Stoltz also reportedly served as a matchmaker for professional mixed martial arts organization, XMMA (Xtreme Mixed Martial Arts), which hosted XMMA 4: Black Magic over the course of last weekend – featuring six UFC alums including John Dodson, Francisco Rivera, Curtis Millender, and Jared Gordon.