True Revelation MMA XXX (30) Results – Watch the Fights and Highlights on GFL.Tv

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Great Night of Fights from True Revelation MMA – Watch Their 30th Show CLICK HERE

Nate Smith vs Tyler Abney (smith, split decision)

Kegan Morrison vs TJ Medina (Morrison sub)

Joseph Antal vs Ian Smith (smith KO)

John Chaney vs Quayshawn Means (means  TKO)

Joey White vs Jeremiah Garber – (Garber by guillotine)

Michael Rogers vs Josh Podraza (Podraza by injury)

Bobby Downs vs Chris Mabee (Downs by armbar)

Kurstan Davenport vs Alex Stephens (Davenport by KO)

Helen Peralta vs Sariah Wenger (Peralta by decision)

Joby Steffensmeier vs Wes Burk (Steffensmeier- Burk was unable to answer

the bell after round 2)

 

Driller Promotions “No Mercy V” Results Featured Brian Heden KO of Travis Wiuff in First Round

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Another great night of fights from Driller Promotions – Watch the Fights and Highlights CLICK HERE.

NO MERCY V

PRO

Heavyweight — Brian Heden def. Travis Wiuff by KO at :33 of first round.

185 — Chris Bachmeier def. Leo Bercier by submission due to rear-naked choke at :47 of second round.

140 — James Ogden def. Jesse Wannamacher by TKO at 2:31 of first round.

185 — Tom Krenzel def. Gemenie Strehlow by split decision (30-27, 28-29, 29-28).

165 — Ben Simons def. Marc Hummel by submission due to rear-naked choke at 3:28 of second round.

125 — Gonzalo Ponce def. Fikret Saric by submission due to guillotine choke at 3:23 of second round.

150 — Kuchlong Kuchlong def. Matt Bentz by TKO at 2:50 of second round.

AMATEUR

145 — Karter Holthusen def. Sam Nelson by submission due to kneebar at 2:59 of first round.

180 — Scott Kern def. Rey Trevino by TKO after first round (injury, unable to continue).

155 — Alphonse Weah def. Michael Bullen by TKO at :47 of second round (injury, unable to continue).

185 — Zane Miller def. John Ivaniszyn by TKO at 1:48 of first round.

170 — Derek Gottlieb def. Eric Halverson by submission due to strikes at 1:36 of first round.

280 — Josh Sax def. AJ Nelson by unanimous decision (30-27 on all three).

125 — Shane Scott def. Guadalupe Garza by submission due to guillotine at 1:40 of second round.

175 — Alan Dahlke def. Dino Saracco by TKO at 2:31 of third round.

DECARLO PEREZ QUITS JOB TO FOCUS ON BOXING AND UPCOMING BOUT – MEDIA WORKOUT SET FOR THURSDAY, MAY 26, AT JOE HAND BOXING GYM

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WATCH THE EVENT ON JUNE 3rd – CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

In preparation for his Fight on June 3rd, fan favorite Super Middleweight DeCarlo Perez (15-4-1, 5K0s), of Atlantic City, NJ.  Undercard fighters on the June 3 ‘He’s Backkkkk’ card will also be there.

What:  Media workout for Perez’ June 3 fight against Dashon Johnson (20-19-4, 6 K0s), of Escondido, CA, at the 2300 Arena in South Philadelphia.

Where:  Joe Hand Gym 3d Street above Spring Garden. (547 N 3rd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123)

When:  1 PM, Thursday May 26, 2016

Middleweight standout DeCarlo Perez, in an effort to get back into position on the world boxing scene, has left his job at Atlantic City (NJ) Hospital to concentrate full-time on his June 3 main event contest against Dashon Johnson, of Escondido, CA, at the 2300 Arena.

It makes sense.  Johnson is the 42-fight veteran who came within one second in the 10th and final round of stopping unbeaten Jesse Hart in the same ring March 18.  Hart was knocked down with 17 seconds to go and barely beat the count.

Perez, 25, of Atlantic City, has worked for the last six years as a Pharmacy Tech at Atlantic Care Regional Medical Center, putting in 40-50 hour weeks while also training as a professional boxer.

After winning nine out of 10 fights–against solid opposition–to place him on the doorstep of the world ratings, Perez was stopped by unbeaten Rob Brant, of St. Pau, MN, in the fourth round of their Jan. 22 fight in Tucson, AZ, for the vacant NABA middleweight title.

“Right now, I have to devote full-time to my boxing career when I’m still young enough to do it,” said Perez.  “The hospital job will always be available to me because I’ve been there for some time and I’ve made a lot of connections there.  The people at my job understand where I’m coming from and they completely support my decision.”

Drained by making 160 for the fight with Brant, Perez has decided to put on a few pounds and grow into the super middleweight division.  The fight with Johnson will be contested at 164 pounds.

Perez had a troubled childhood, going from one rescue mission to another before moving in with his grandparents when he was 6 years old.  He grandfather used to work out with Robert Duran and that piqued Perez’ interest in boxing.   When he was 10, Perez began going to the Pleasantville (NJ) Rec Center, where he met his current trainer, Wilberto Alejandro.  They now train at the Bullpen Gym in Egg Harbor (NJ) Township.

“Moving in with my grandparents was the best thing that ever happened to me,” Perez said.  My grandfather told me there will be ups and downs but if you keep at it you will be a champion.

“Next comes my relationship with Will—it’s like father and son.  There isn’t any other person I would want to go into battle with than Will.  He’s taught me and he’s groomed me and vice versa.  We know what we both are capable of and we truly believe there is no enemy in front of us that can beat us.  It’s taken time for me to see that he is right.”

Perez started at Atlantic City High School, then he switched to Egg Harbor HS where he graduated.

As an amateur, Perez says he was 85-15 but without any regional or national titles.  He turned pro, he said, after losing what he thought was a bad decision in a Golden Gloves tournament.

A pro since 2010, Perez is 15-4-1, 5 K0s, and he is 3-0 at the 2300 Arena, where he outpointed Jesse Nicklow and scored knockouts over Tyrone Brunson and Tolan Tascoe.

Prior to the Brant fight, Perez had won nine out of 10, including an impressive win on ShoBox last summer against Juan Ubaldo Cabrera, of the Dominican Republic, who was 23-0 at fight time.

“I feel this fight against Dashon Johnson is going to be a great competitive fight,” Perez said. “Johnson has been in there with good fighters but I believe on June 3 he will be facing his toughest challenge.  I know he will be ready and I will make sure I am above and beyond prepared.”

The Bout Card includes:

CFFC 58 Results – Watch Fights and Highlights on GFL.Tv

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BOUTS- WATCH REPLAY OF THE FIGHTS AND HIGHLIGHTS

1
Ref Peterson
Judges Bilyk, Colon and Holland
135
3rds of 5mins
Kenneth Richmond (124-563) vs. Joshua Baker (115-474)‎
Richmond 135.4.    Baker 135
Richmond wins via KO switch kick to head at 0:10 of round one. ‎
‎Baker suspended 60 days for KO/ 30 days no contact
Baker suspended indefinite pending neurological exam
‎‎
2‎
Ref Oliver‎
Judges Agustin, Colon and Tirelli
135‎
3rds of 5 mins
Tony Gravely (140-360) vs. Dave Roberts (118-653)
Gravely 135.5.      Roberts 135  ‎
Gravely wins via TKO referee stoppage due to unanswered strikes at 2:37 of round three.
Roberts suspended 30 days/14 no contact

3‎
Ref Oliver
Judges Agustin, Bilyk and Holland
155‎
3rds of 5 mins
Dawond Pickney (117-300) Jordan Stiner (109-188)
Pickney 156.8.     Stiner 155
Pickney fined $210 payable to Stiner for weigh in penalty ‎
‎Pickney wins via TKO referee stoppage due to punches at 0:22 of round two.
Stiner suspended 90 days no contact for TKO
Stiner suspended indefinite pending CT head scan
Stiner suspended indefinite pending CT facial bones ‎

4‎
Ref Oliver‎
Judges Bilyk, Carolei and Tirelli
135
3rds of 5mins
Jordan Morales (115-339) vs. Ricky Bandejas (122-481)‎
Morales 135.4.    Bandejas 135.7
Bandejas wins unanimous decision in three rounds 30-27, 30-27 and 29-28 Carolei

5‎
Ref Peterson
Judges Bilyk, Carolei and Holland
155‎
3rds of 5mins
Reginald Merriweather (118-290) vs. Justin Bonitatis (128-334)‎
Merriweather 157.2.   Bonatitis 155.3‎
Merriweather fined $120 payable to Bonatitis for‎ weigh in penalty
Bonatitis wins via TKO ‎physician stoppage due to laceratiion at 2:35 of round one
Merriweather suspended 30 days for facial laceration
(right lateral brow) ‎

6‎
Ref Peterson‎
Judges Agustin, Colon and Tirelli
137
3rds of 5mins
Chris Piriz (123-090) vs. Sergio DaSilva (108-871)
Piriz 136.1.   DaSilva 135.2
Piriz wins unanimous decision in three rounds, all three judges 29- 28.

7
Ref Kerrigan
Judges Agustin, Carolei and Tirelli
205
3rds of 5mins
Alec Hooben (124-420) vs. Daniel Holmes (113-502)
Hooben 204.5.     Holmes 204.7
Hooben wins via heel hook at 1:34 of round one. ‎

‎8
Ref Kerrigan
Judges Bilyk, Carolei and Holland
265
3rds of 5mins
Bradley Schott (139-369) vs. Shawn Teed (138-485)
Schott 261.4.     Teed 249.1
Teed wins via keylock at 3:18 of round one.

9‎
Ref Peterson  ‎
Judges Agustin, Carolei and Colon
160 Catch
3rds of 5mins
Mike Wilkins (101-428) vs. Stephan Regman (110-104)‎
Wilkins 159.8.    Regman 160.7
Wilkins wins unanimous decision in three rounds, all three judges 30-27.

10
Ref Kerrigan
Judges Colon, Holland and Tirelli
265
4rds of 5mins (with a 5th rd of 5mins in the event of a draw after 4)
Plinio Cruz (104-467) vs. Azunna Anyanwu (115-583)
Cruz 256.     Anyanwu 244.6
Anyanwu wins majority decision in four rounds 39-37, 39-37 and 38-38 Tirelli.

The Bout Card Included:

Danny Holmes vs. Alec Hooben at Cage Fury FC 58 Rated One of Top 5 Fights to Watch by MMAMANIA.com – Watch Live on GFL.Tv

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Danny Holmes vs. Alec Hooben – Cage Fury FC 58

CFFC 58 is dishing it out for their fans in Atlantic City this weekend.

Another bout that caught our eye from this promotion was Holmes vs. Hooben. These two Light Heavyweights are fighting for bragging rights and a chance to separate themselves from the 205-pound pack.

With the Light Heavyweight division in desperate need of fresh talent, Hooben or Holmes can make some noise this weekend with impressive performances.

Both of these men are equally matched, coming in with very similar records and experience.

After going 3-0 as an amateur, Hooben has struggled to find that same success as a pro, currently riding a 3-2 record with two finishes and two knockout losses.

As for Holmes, “Relentless” fell to 4-3 after suffering a loss in his last CFFC bout last May, but after a year off to hone his skills, expect a much better version of Holmes than we have ever seen before.

The Entire Bout Card:

  • Azunna Anyanwu  vs.  Plinio Cruz 265 lbs
  • Danny Holmes  vs.  Alec Hooben 205 lbs
  • Sergio da Silva  vs.  Christopher Piriz 135 lbs
  • Brad Schott  vs.  Shawn Teed 265 lbs
  • Mike Wilkins  vs.  Stephen Regman 160 lbs
  • Ricky Bandejas  vs.  Jordan Morales 135 lbs
  • Justin Bonitatis  vs.  R. Merriweather 155 lbs
  • Josh Baker  vs.  Kenneth Richmond 135 lbs
  • Tony Gravely  vs.  Dave Roberts 135 lbs
  • Dawond Pickney  vs.  Jordan Stiner 155 lbs

Brian Green vs. Justin DeMoney at True Revelation MMA 30 Rated Third Best Fight to Watch by MMAmania.com – Live on GFL.Tv

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Brian Green vs. Justin DeMoney – True Revelation MMA 30- CLICK HERE TO WATCH

This bout will be one of the main courses of the weekend.

Brian Green vs. Justin DeMoney for the TRMMA Welterweight Championship is going to be one hell of a fight, and surely not one to miss.

Green has the staunch advantage in MMA experience; the man is 31-22 with A TON of fighting under his belt. Green has fought in numerous promotions on the regional scene, facing off against some very talented competition, so it’s interesting to see how his experience will play a factor if he gets into deep waters.

DeMoney has one thing going for him in this fight, and that’s the losing streak his opponent currently faces. Green has lost his last three bouts, so if confidence is an issue for Green, it’s possible for DeMoney to exploit that and walk away with a boosted ego and the TRMMA Welterweight title.

You don’t want to miss this one folks.

The Bout Card:


  • Brian Green  vs.  Justin DeMoney 170 lbs
  • J. Steffensmeier  vs.  Wes Burk 125 lbs
  • Annjeanette Moore  vs.  Sariah Wenger 135 lbs
  • Garrett Clark  vs.  Spencer Drish 185 lbs
  • Wesley Yoder  vs.  Jeremiah Garber 155 lbs
  • Tyler Landrum  vs.  Chris Mabee 185 lbs
  • Kegan Morrison  vs.  TJ Medina 155 lbs
  • Steven Null  vs.  Tyler Abner 145 lbs
  • Michael Rogers  vs.  Josh Podraza 170 lbs

Abe Wagner vs. Daniel Gallemore at Victory Fighting Championship 50 Featured as one of Top 5 Fights of the Weekend by MMAMania.com – Live on GFL.Tv

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Abe Wagner vs. Daniel Gallemore – Victory Fighting Championship 50

Live in the Expocenter in Kansas, Abe Wagner vs. Daniel Gallemore will be going head to head on Saturday to crown a champ.

Wagner has clawed his way through countless promotions to get to this stage, including an unimpressive stint on The Ultimate Fighter Season 10 that almost earned him his shot in the UFC.

After three straight losses and a No Contest, Wagner took two years away from the sport to hone his skills and craft, and VFC brass awarded him with a title shot upon his return.

The question is what kind of condition will Wagner be in once he enters the cage?

While he doesn’t have the experience of Wagner, Gallemore doesn’t shy away from any challenge that’s placed in front of him. The Bellator veteran was 3-1 with three finishes in the promotion, but never got a shot to prove his worth on the main card.

Regardless, Gallemore is looking to impress UFC brass by taking out Wagner this weekend.

This is quite the opportunity for these two fighters to show what they’re made of. This fight will have eyes from all over the world so confidence is a must once they step into the cage.

Remember, GFL will have the entire VFC 50 undercard streaming live and free for everyone!

Finally the long-awaited rematch of Travis ‘Diesel’ Wiuff and Detroit Lakes native Brian Heden at Driller Promotions: “No Mercy V” – Watch on GFL.Tv

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Finally, Detroit Lakes is gets its long-awaited rematch! Driller Promotions is returning to the North Country and presenting “No Mercy V” on Saturday night at Kent Freeman Arena in Detroit Lakes and features 17 total fights, including seven professional bouts including the night’s main event is a highly anticipated rematch between the state’s top two heavyweights, UFC veteran Travis ‘Diesel’ Wiuff and Detroit Lakes native Brian Heden. CLICK HERE TO WATCH

Those two heavyweight powers clashed during No Mercy II in 2014, with Wiuff taking a victory via TKO late in the first round. The stoppage was controversial for some Detroit Lakes fans, and Wiuff agreed that night to grant Heden a rematch. It took some time, but that rematch finally will go down.

Wiuff is Minnesota’s most veteran fighter, and he’s the top-ranked heavyweight in the state. He brings an incredible 74-20 professional record into his fight with Heden. Wiuff has stated that he would like to reach 100 career fights before he retires. He already has fought for most of the major organizations in MMA, including the UFC, Bellator and PRIDE.

Heden is ranked No. 2 in Minnesota, and he brings a 27-14 mark into the rematch with Wiuff.

One of the state’s top 185-pounders also will be in action Saturday. Chris Bachmeier is ranked No. 6 in Minnesota at 185, and he brings a 9-1 record into his showdown against Leo Bercier of Montana. Bercier is an accomplished pro with an 11-7-1 record. He’s looking to get back on track after dropping three of his last four fights.

Bachmeier, on the other hand, has won eight consecutive fights. All nine of his wins have come inside the distance, and he’s shown a balanced game both on the ground and on the feet.

Standout 135-pounder Jesse Wannemacher also is scheduled to be in action. Wannemacher lost his opponent recently, but James Ogden stepped up on short notice. They’ll fight at a catch weight of 140. Wannemacher is 2-0 as a pro and ranked No. 6 at 135-and-below. He’s got heavy hands and has been flashing a much improved ground game.
Ogden also is coming to Minnesota from Montana. He was a standout amateur, rolling up an impressive 7-1 record.

Marc “The Pummel” Hummel returns Saturday to take on Ben Simons at a catch weight of 165. Simons has never lost, going 2-0 as an amateur and recently winning his pro debut over Sam Garrett. Ogden also is coming to Minnesota from Montana. He was a standout amateur, rolling up an impressive 7-1 record.

After a solid amateur career, Hummel took a major step up for his pro debut. He squared off against four-time collegiate All-American wrestler Logan Storley during RFA 32 last year at Mystic Lake Casino. Hummel lost in the opening round, but he turned some heads stepping up on short notice to take on an All-American for a major promotion.

Fikret Saric also will make his pro debut Saturday. The 125-pound Driller amateur champion had a strong amateur career, going 11-8 and with a four-fight winning streak. Saric is always an entertaining striker and he’s crafty on the ground. He’ll get a test Saturday from Gonzalo Ponce. Ponce also had a strong amateur career and he’ll also be making his pro debut. He closed his amateur career with a very impressive win over highly touted Chris Collins in Wisconsin.

Finally, Kuchlong Kuchlong returns to action against Matt Bentz at a catch weight of 150. Kuchlong is 5-4 as a pro and ranked No. 6 at 145. He’s a Legacy veteran who trains at the Minnesota Martial Arts Academy. Kuchlong will be looking to get back on track after losing three straight. Bentz is 1-2 as a pro, fighting out of North Dakota. His losses came against tough competition, and he’s an RFA veteran.

There also are 10 amateur fights on the card. The gem of the undercard might be the 145-pound showdown between Karter Holthusen of Spartan and Sam Nelson of Mankato MMA/Ignition. Alphonse Weah looks to get back on track after a strong performance on the last Austin show. He’ll take on local prospect Michael Bullen, who’s delayed his pro debut to take on the always tough Weah at 155.   Expect a slugfest between Zack Morrison and Joel Dollen at 135 pounds.

Bout Card:

PRO

Heavyweight — Travis Wiuff vs. Brian Heden. * – title fight

185 — Chris Bachmeier vs. Leo Bercier.

140 — Jesse Wannamacher vs. James Ogden.

185 — Gemenie Strehlow vs. Tom Krenzel.

165 — Marc Hummel vs. Ben Simons.

125 — Gonzalo Ponce vs. Fikret Saric.

150 — Kuchlong Kuchlong vs. Matt Bentz.

AMATEUR

145 — Karter Holthusen vs. Sam Nelson.

180 — Scott Kern vs. Rey Trevino.

155 — Alphonse Weah vs. Michael Bullen.

135 — Zack Morrison vs. Joel Dollen.

185 — Zane Miller vs. John Ivaniszyn.

170 — Eric Halverson vs. Derek Gottlieb.

280 — AJ Nelson vs. Josh Sax.

125 — Guadalupe Garza vs. TBD.

140 — Patrick Platts vs. Chase Rueger.

175 — Alan Dahlke vs. Dino Saracco.

Travis “Diesel” Wiuff vs. Brian Heden Ranked Top Fight to Watch this Weekend by MMAMania.com – Watch on GFL.tv

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Travis “Diesel” Wiuff vs. Brian Heden – Driller Promotions No Mercy (VOD)

To only stack up your weekend, check out this Heavyweight bout between Travis Wiuff vs. Brian Heden.

The main event for Driller promotions promises to be a nail-biter. The well-rounded UFC veteran Wiuff looks to make quick work by defeating Heden with yet another knockout, but that likely won’t be an easy task.

These boys have bad blood too, as there 2014 bout ended in a controversial finish. Two years later, they will settle the score once and for all.

It’ll be interesting to see how Heden keeps Wiuff at bay early on, as that is when the UFC veteran is at his most dangerous. There is no question he’ll have to weather an early storm in order to take this fight into the later stages.

While Heden carries an impressive record of 27-14, his experience level just isn’t up to par to Wiuff. Of course, that’s not stopping Heden from going through with this challenge and that warrants respect from everyone.

Who knows, perhaps Heden has something up his sleeve to provide the best finish and fight of the week!

The bout card includes:

PRO

Heavyweight — Travis Wiuff vs. Brian Heden. * – title fight

185 — Chris Bachmeier vs. Leo Bercier.

140 — Jesse Wannamacher vs. James Ogden.

185 — Gemenie Strehlow vs. Tom Krenzel.

165 — Marc Hummel vs. Ben Simons.

125 — Gonzalo Ponce vs. Fikret Saric.

150 — Kuchlong Kuchlong vs. Matt Bentz.

AMATEUR

145 — Karter Holthusen vs. Sam Nelson.

180 — Scott Kern vs. Rey Trevino.

155 — Alphonse Weah vs. Michael Bullen.

135 — Zack Morrison vs. Joel Dollen.

185 — Zane Miller vs. John Ivaniszyn.

170 — Eric Halverson vs. Derek Gottlieb.

280 — AJ Nelson vs. Josh Sax.

125 — Guadalupe Garza vs. TBD.

140 — Patrick Platts vs. Chase Rueger.

175 — Alan Dahlke vs. Dino Saracco.

CFFC 58 Azunna Anyanwu vs. Plinio Cruz Trilogy Ends Tomorrow Night – Live on GFL

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Azunna Anyanwu vs. Plinio Cruz – Cage Fury FC 58 – CLICK HERE TO WATCH

The CFFC Heavyweight title bout is going to be interesting for numerous reasons, as both men have faced off twice before, Anyanwu is the former champ, and the belt is currently vacated.

The 34-year-old Anyanwu boasts an impressive 10-4 record, and hit 250-pound frame makes him a bona fide monster in the Heavyweight division.

While he prefers to get the finish, Anyanwu has proven that he can go the distance, winning his last fight via unanimous decision after 15 minutes of war.

Cruz isn’t going to let his counterpart just walk through him though.

Both times these men have faced off, one left with a decision victory. Back at CFFC 43, Cruz took the unanimous decision after an exciting back and forth fight, but lost a split decision in their rematch for the title at CFFC 50.

Obviously there is a lot of bad blood and history between these two men, and one is hoping to silence his opponent for good with a finish this weekend.

In Heavyweight MMA, anything can happen, so don’t blink, or you may miss a highlight reel knockout!

The Entire Bout Card:

  • Azunna Anyanwu  vs.  Plinio Cruz 265 lbs
  • Danny Holmes  vs.  Alec Hooben 205 lbs
  • Sergio da Silva  vs.  Christopher Piriz 135 lbs
  • Brad Schott  vs.  Shawn Teed 265 lbs
  • Mike Wilkins  vs.  Stephen Regman 160 lbs
  • Ricky Bandejas  vs.  Jordan Morales 135 lbs
  • Justin Bonitatis  vs.  R. Merriweather 155 lbs
  • Josh Baker  vs.  Kenneth Richmond 135 lbs
  • Tony Gravely  vs.  Dave Roberts 135 lbs
  • Dawond Pickney  vs.  Jordan Stiner 155 lbs

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