Sugar Creek Showdown 25 Review

March 30, 2015 by
Filed under: MMA News, Press Release 

Order Event – http://www.gfl.tv/event/Fight/MMA/Sugar-Creek-Showdown-25-Apocalypse/2783

Oklahoma’s #1 MMA promotion returned as Sugar Creek Showdown presented “SCS 25 – Apocalypse” emanating from Hinton, Oklahoma. This event featured 14 bouts with 10 finishes. SCS is the premier MMA organization in the Sooner State and one of the region’s top cage-fighting promotion’s.

In the main event, for the SCE Light Heavyweight Championship, SCS Heavyweight Champion Tony “Kryptonite” Lopez (34-15) dropped down a weight class and defeated Light Heavyweight Champion Jeremy Horn (91-22-5) via split decision to win his second title with SCS and hold both belts simultaneously. In the beginning, Lopez started out throwing strikes and then Horn got the fight to the ground with a takedown where he worked from the top, getting the mount but being unable to secure a submission. Horn moved to the back of Lopez and tried to sink in a RNC that Lopez once again defended showing great defense. Horn got another takedown early in the second round and worked from the top again, as he once again got the back of Lopez and tried to work for a choke. Lopez worked out from the position and later in the round, tried for a can opener submission on Horn. Lopez showed he was not scared to grapple with Horn as this fight was heating up. Later in the fight, Horn went for another takedown and was unable to get a single leg takedown, so tried falling into guard and it worked as it got the fight to the ground. Horn went for submissions from the bottom as well as connecting with short elbows to the top of the head of Lopez but Lopez hung in there and ended the round. In the championship rounds, it was another takedown by Horn who worked for a kimura lock but Lopez once again escaped and got the back of Horn before getting the fight back to his feet. In the standup, Lopez connected with a stiff leg kick and threw combos while Horn plodded forward trying to get the fight back to the ground. In the final round, Horn got Lopez up against the cage and worked for another takedown. Lopez got the fight to the ground this time as Horn turtled up and Lopez began to throw punches. In a very close fight, it was clear in the final round, that Lopez had more stamina and was the more active fighter. Horn escaped from the position and fight resumed on the feet with Horn coming forward and trying for another single leg takedown as Lopez sprawled. In a great bit of grappling, Lopez was punching away and Horn rolled to improve his position as Lopez was right there to catch a headlock before Horn transitioned once again to get side control near the end of the fight. Lopez battled off his back and got inside the guard of Horn where Horn connected with a couple more elbows as the fight ended.

In the co-main event, Jonathan Hill (5-3) defeated Brad Faylor (3-3) via TKO after the end of the first round due to ref stoppage. Hill opened up a cut on Faylor in close quarters and it was a cut that bled a lot. Faylor actually did a good job of getting the fight to the ground and keeping Hill on his back as the round was probably won by Faylor. But due to the cut, it was stopped in between the first and second round.

For the SCS Featherweight Title was up for grabs and Bellator vet Jeremy Spoon (17-3) defeated will be Josh Tyler (7-2) via unanimous decision to become the new champion.

You won’t find more BANG for your buck so order this thrilling event. Be sure to catch all of the action on VOD as Sugar Creek Showdown presents “Apocalypse” only pay-per-view exclusively at GFL.tv.

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