BlacKOut Fighting Championship 11 Review
BlacKOut Fighting Championship returned to GFL with “BlacKOut Fighting Championship 11″ emanating from the Anderson Building in Emporia, Kansas. BFC 11 was a mega pro/am card with 10 stoppages in all 10 fights! BFC and its fighters are looking at making a statement to a worldwide audience and they did just that with BFC 11 as every fighter came out in beast mode looking to finish the fight.
In the main event, the hometown hero Dusty Spaulding (1-0) defeated Dustin Hill (1-7) via TKO in round one of a professional lightweight showdown. Spaulding scored with two left hands as Hill went for a takedown that was stuffed by Spaulding. Spaulding worked to a takedown of his own as he ended up in Hill’s guard. Spaulding scored with a few punches that made Hill turtle over as Spaulding landed even more strikes to Hill’s face and head. Spaulding continued to throw punches as Hill just covered up until the ref stepped in. It was a strong pro debut for Spaulding who possesses one of the strongest wrestling pedigrees in Kansas and looks to have a bright future in the sport.
In the co-main event, Zach Hubbard (2-1) defeated Brook Medrano (0-2) via armbar in a bantamweight tilt. Hubbard connected with a right hand, and as Medrano fell to the mat, Hubbard sunk in a guillotine choke. But Medrano fought out of it and turned the tables by getting Hubbard on the mat and connecting with several strikes including punches to the face and knees to the body. Hubbard scrambled back to his feet and the two exchanged punches until Medrano scored a takedown as Hubbard grabbed another guillotine. Medrano fought out of the submission attempt again and planted Hubbard on his back. Medrano was landing punches from the guard until Hubbard snatched an armbar and pulled Medrano down to the ground and got the tapout. Hubbard continued to stay active on the bottom and that led to his victory.
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