2015 Elite Canadian Championships – Session 4

October 31, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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The 2015 Elite Canadian Championships has kicked off and several boxers performed well on the first day and advanced in the multi-day tournament that will see dozens and dozens of the top amateurs in Canada fight for a chance to compete in the upcoming Pan American Games. The only way to see this great event is to order it at GFL.tv. Order now and watch the fights beginning on October 28 and ending on November 1.

Session 4 was full of competitive fights in several weight classes in both the men’s and women’s divisions. In total there were 11 bouts in the 49kg, 52kg, 60kg, 75kg and 81kg divisions.

In a 81 kg fight, Jacob Varga won his second bout of the tournament, this time defeating Richard MacDonald via 2-1 decision. Varga continued to pump out his strong jab that racked up points, but MacDonald was right there in the pocket landing punches of his own. Both men fired off combos with neither man backing down, but in the end, Varga advances in the tournament as he pickek up another win against a gritty MacDonald.

In another 81kg bout, Vincent Thibeault won a 3-0 decision against the durable Max Rizzi. Thibeault is a power puncher and brings an iron jaw into the bout so he continues to come forward and throw his combos, not worrying about what his opponent is doing. Thibeault has a solid left hook that he can use at the end of a combo or just land from a distance as a single shot. It does damage and racks up points. A fight with Varga and Thibeault will be an exciting matchup as both men pose unique threats and matchup very well.

The full results for Session 4 are below.

Alexandra Strickland defeated Caitlin Trenholme via decision
Carolyn Veyre defeated Odille Letellier via decision
PG Tondo defeated Mauricio Garcia Malvaez via decision
Emilien Boucher defeated Mathieu Blette-Gagnon via decision
Evan Gilliard defeated Miscael Marin via decision
Lucas Bahdi defeated Whitney Baille via decision
Cylin Downey defeated David Gauthier via decision
Darcy Hinds defeated Marco Capobianco via decision
Clovis Drolet defeated Kingsley Alexander via decision
Vincent Thibeault defeated Max Rizzi via decision
Jacob Varga defeated Richard MacDonald via decision

Order a single session or get the complete 9 Session Series only at GFL.tv. Watch the rising stars in the sport of boxing as they compete for championships and a trip to the Pam Am Games. Don’t miss one jab, hook, uppercut or cross. Order now.

GFL REAL FIGHTS Presents Ohio Fighting Champinship 22 on TCN & CSN Beginning November 3

GFL PRESENTS “REAL FIGHTS” ON THE COMCAST NETWORK (TCN) & COMCAST SPORTSNET (CSN)

GFL PRESENTS “OHIO FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP 22” BEGINNING NOVEMBER 3

October 31, 2014

GFL, The Comcast Network and Comcast SportsNet continue their weekly combat sports series, REAL FIGHTS, with world class MMA as Ohio FC presents another show stopper with Ohio Fighting Championship 22, featuring a full lineup of blue chip fighters anchored by several top level pro fights along with a Heavyweight Championship in the amateur ranks.

In the pro ranks, Matt Anderson (1-2) fights Aaron Jeffery (0-0) in a welterweight scrap. Anderson has never gone to decision and in fact every fight he has ever been in has ended in a submission. Anderson is a fan favorite because of his high risk-high reward style. If the fight hits the mat, look for a finish as Anderson will be looking to win via tapout and in doing so, he might put himself in some bad positions. This will be Jeffery’s pro debut, after going (8-1) as an amateur. Jeffery is a solid grappler with strong takedowns so he will be looking to wear Anderson down.   Jeffery is also a heavy hitter and will look to mix up his attacks. These two young pros are ready to climb the ladder of OFC so don’t blink.

In other action, Zach Cook (0-1) battles Josh Hilliard (0-1). Both fighters have their backs against the wall and in desperate need of a win as a pro after successful careers as amateurs. There is a lot on the line as the winner will move his record to .500 while the loser will drop to 0-2. Cook brings an iron chin into the fight and has shown an ability to absorb tons of punishment. Hilliard is a submission specialist and will be looking to take the fight to the mat and finish the fight there.

In the amateur ranks, for the OFC Heavyweight Championship, Chris Settles (3-1) takes on John Gardner (5-3). Settles is a huge heavyweight and is well rounded as he can finish the fight with a tapout or knockout. This will be Settles first fight for a title so expect him to come out guns blazing. Gardner has great cardio for a heavyweight and is battle tested. Gardner will need to wear Settles down and look to finish him off in the later rounds.

Air times are listed below:

The Comcast Network: (Mid Atlantic): Monday, November 3 at 7:00pm ET

The Comcast Network: (Philly): Monday, November 3 at 7:30pm ET

The Comcast Network: (all zones): Thursday, November 6 at 8:00pm ET

The Comcast Network: (Philly): Friday, November 7 at 10:30pm ET

The Comcast Network: (Mid Atlantic): Saturday, November 8 at 11:00pm ET

CSN Philadelphia: Saturday, November 8 at 4:00pm ET

CSN Philadelphia: Sunday, November 9 at 4:00pm ET

CSN regions in other major markets including CSN Northwest and CSN Bay Area will also be airing Ohio Fighting Championship 22 in the weeks and months to follow. In addition, close to 25 cable and satellite systems carry CSN and because of that wide distribution across numerous regions and even nationally via satellite, GFL REAL FIGHTS is available on additional platforms.

To stay connected with GFL and this unique fight series, visit these TCN & CSN online locations for up-to-the-date programming info.

The Comcast Network http://www.csnphilly.com/page/tcn

CSN Philadelphia http://www.csnphilly.com/ontv/listings

CSN Washington http://www.csnwashington.com/ontv

CSN Baltimore http://www.csnbaltimore.com/ontv

CSN New England http://www.csnne.com/pages/oncsn

CSN Northwest http://www.csnnw.com/ontv

CSN Bay Area http://www.csnbayarea.com/ontv

Upcoming Events on Comcast

11/3: Ohio Fighting Championship 22 (mma)

11/10: CFFC 42 (mma)

11/17: CFFC 43 (mma)

11/24: Daily News Golden Gloves Finals – Day-2 (boxing)

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2015 Elite Canadian Championships – Session 3

October 30, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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The 2015 Elite Canadian Championships has kicked off and several boxers performed well on the first day and advanced in the multi-day tournament that will see dozens and dozens of the top amateurs in Canada fight for a chance to compete in the upcoming Pan American Games. The only way to see this great event is to order it at GFL.tv. Order now and watch the fights beginning on October 28 and ending on November 1.

Session 3 was full of competitive fights in several weight classes in both the men’s and women’s divisions. In total there were 7 bouts in the 51kg, 54kg, 56kg, 69kg and 91kg divisions.

Donovan Thomas defeated Daniel Doyle 3-0 as he used a strong jab and right cross to dictate the tempo from the early going. Thomas kept up a fast pace, especially for the 91 kg division, and landed several hard shots against the durable Doyle. Thomas looks to be an early favorite to win the 91kg division as he showed off a very technically sound all-around game.

In other action, Sassan Haghigat-Joo defeated Josh Cameron 2-1 in a great back and forth scrap. Haghigat-Joo picked his spots and scored with precision while Cameron continued to come forward and throw punches with bad intentinos. Haghigat-Joo used great head movement to stay out of harm’s way as he was able to pull out the victory which came down to the third and final round.

The full results for Session 3 are below.

Mandy Bujold defeated Sierra Picton via decision
Amanda Galle defeated Melody Dubevia via decision
Sarah Haghigat-Joo defeated Carole-Anee Merciervia via decision
Erica Adjei defeated River Tuckervia via decision
Kenny Lally defeated Mark Andre Gauthier via decision
Mohamed Elabdoulli defeated Chris Porteous via decsion
Sassan Haghigat-Joo defeated Josh Cameron via decision
Donovan Thomas defeated Daniel Doyle via decision

Order a single session or get the complete 9 Session Series only at GFL.tv. Watch the rising stars in the sport of boxing as they compete for championships and a trip to the Pam Am Games. Don’t miss one jab, hook, uppercut or cross. Order now.

2015 Elite Canadian Championships – Session 2 Review

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The 2015 Elite Canadian Championships has kicked off and several boxers performed well on the first day and advanced in the multi-day tournament that will see dozens and dozens of the top amateurs in Canada fight for a chance to compete in the upcoming Pan American Games. The only way to see this great event is to order it at GFL.tv. Order now and watch the fights beginning on October 28 and ending on November 1.

Session 2 was full of competitive fights in several weight classes in both the men’s and women’s divisions. In total there were 7 bouts in the 57kg, 64kg, 69kg, 81kg and 75kg divisions.

Alison Greey picked up a first round TKO after she hurt and stopped Cladia Marisol-Diaz with a nice combo. Greey came out with her guns blazing and threw punches in bunches and set a pace that Marisol-Diaz could not keep up with. Greey advances and has to be one of the favorites in the women’s 81kg division because of her punching power.

In other action, Kingsley Alexander won a unanimous decision over Angelo Adamson in the men’s 75kg division. Alexander pitched a shutout as he won all 3 rounds with his combos and elusive defense making him a hard target for Adamson to hit.

The full results for Session 2 are below.

Sabrina Aubin defeated Sabina Abdoulakhi via decision

Martine Valliere Bisson defeatedCher Obediah via decision

Sara Kali defeated Laura-Lou Fortin via decision

Jessica Camera defeated Mireille Ares Wes via decision

Alison Greey defeated Claudia Marisol-Diaz via first round TKO

Clovis Drolet defeated Brody Blair via decision

Kingsley Alexander defeated Angelo Adamson via decision

Order a single session or get the complete 9 Session Series only at GFL.tv. Watch the rising stars in the sport of boxing as they compete for championships and a trip to the Pam Am Games. Don’t miss one jab, hook, uppercut or cross. Order now.

 

 

2015 Elite Canadian Championships – Session 1

October 29, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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The 2015 Elite Canadian Boxing tournament has kicked off and several boxers performed well on the first day and advanced in the multi-day tournament that will see dozens and dozens of the top amateurs in Canada fight for a chance to compete in the upcoming Pan American Games. The only way to see this great event is to order it at GFL.tv. Order now and watch the fights beginning on October 28 and ending on November 1.

Session 1 was full of competitive fights in several weight classes in both the men’s and women’s divisions. In total there were 9 bouts with the most talked about bout between Lucas Bahdi and Robbie Cuisine. Bahdi came out and set a blistering pace and connected with some big shots that rocked Cuisine and eventually finished Cuisine in the first round via KO.

In other action, Jacob Varga won a unanimous decision over Pascal Beaupre in the 81kg division to advance. Varga used a strong jab that scored point after point as he outdistanced a gritty fighter in Beaupre.

The full results for Session 1 are below.

Melody Dube defeated Jessica Brugess via decision
Odille Letillier defeated Stephanie Walke via decision
Carolyn Veyre defeated Marie-Jeanne Parent via decision
Lucas Bahdi defeated Robbie Cuisine via KO in the first round
Cylin Downe defeated Lentz Lundy via decision
David Gauthier defeated Dylan Ruston via decision
Brandon Leaman defeated Jessy Brown via decision
Arthur Biyarslanov defeated Mathieu Germain via decision
Jacob Varga defeated Pascal Beaupre via decision

Order a single session or get the complete 9 Session Series only at GFL.tv. Watch the rising stars in the sport of boxing as they compete for championships and a trip to the Pam Am Games. Don’t miss one jab, hook, uppercut or cross. Order now.

SCL Guts and Glory Preview

October 28, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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Sparta Combat League presents “Guts and Glory” on November 7 only on GFL.tv. This is a stacked Muay Thai card from the Grizzly Rose in Denver, Colorado. This event promises to be full speed from bell to bell as these gladiators are looking to leave their mark in the cage.

In the main event, with the SCL 145 lb pro Muay Thai title on the line, in a rematch, Champion Josh Huber battles Justin Houghton. Huber defeated Houghton via split decision in August and has been wanting this rematch to prove he is the division’s best fighter, no questions asked. Huber is an aggressive fighter who always comes right at his opponent and put them on their heels with his tenacious attacks. Look for Huber to waste no time and bring the fight to Houghton. Houghton remains the #1 challenger after his performance in the first fight and is extra motivated to not leave it in the hands of the judges this time as he feels he should have won the first fight. Houghton is set on proving a point at the expense of Huber and plans to win every round or end the fight via KO. Houghton is a technical striker and will have the reach advantage on Huber who likes to close the distance with overhand left hands. Houghton will need to counter those with leg attacks and jabs. Houghton is a gritty fighter who has an iron jaw and will be looking to make this a brawl. This fight promises to be a barnburner from start to finish as both of these fighters have extra motivation to win this fight.

Daylen Oligo battles Keo Panyathong in a 115 lb Pro bout. Oligo fights with a high risk-high reward style which makes him a fan favorite in his fights as he usually competes for Fight of the Night on every card. Oligo likes to mix up his attacks and keep his opponent off balance. Panyathong is a very technical Muay Thai striker who is always coming forward and will give his opponent different angles of attacks. Look for Panyathong to try and make this fight a close quarters fight where the guys are just trading shots in the center of the cage.

Adam Vigil fights Ben Lugo. Vigil has fought for titles in the past and wants to finish Lugo in spectacular fashion. Vigil is relentless when it comes to attacking the body as he uses solid body kicks and hooks to the midsection. He also brings a solid uppercut into the fight and can end the fight with one shot. Lugo is a two-sport athlete as he is also a MMA fighter. Lugo has managed to find success in both combat sports and will look to use his leg kicks to create a distance on the outside where Vigil can’t hurt him.

Sparta Combat League is sure to bring down the house once again as they have quickly grabbed a chokehold on Mountain West MMA and now has done the same thing with the sport of Muay Thai. This show will continue SCL’s long streak of successful events. Order “Guts and Glory”, and watch live and anytime afterwards on video on demand only on GFL.

Bounded Fist October 25 Review

October 27, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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Bounded Fist returned to GFL to deliver a great night of Muay Thai action with “Bounded Fist Muay Thai” from the Arizona Event Center in Mesa, Arizona. The stacked card featured the top stars in the region as they put their honor on display inside the ring with multiple titles on the line.

In the main event, for the USMTA 147 lb Arizona Title, George Chi defeated Angelo Mullen via split decision in a close fight. Chi came forward throughout the fight, but Mullen showed off great counter punching and kicking as he used his height advantage to offset Chi’s attacks. Mullen seemed to also score with more combos as he got busier as the fight wore on. Chi landed some hard shots and the judges could have scored it in his favor for the damage factor as he would connect with one hard right that would send Mullen back while Mullen would counter with a three or four strike combo. Both men showed a ton of heart as they fought hard for the entire fight and never let their foot off the gas.

In the co-main event, for the Junior USMTA Arizona State Championship Josh Vallecillos defeated Corey Daniel Hines via unanimous decision. Both of these young gladiators showed a tremendous amount of heart as they connected with spinning back fists, head kicks and nice combos with their fists. Vallecillos displayed a huge amount of volume punching as he was always on the attack. Hines delivered some terrific counter strikes too. Both fighters showed a solid chin as neither man went down in the fight from a strike. In the end, Vallecillos was a little more polished and won the day, but both of these warriors can hold their heads up high after their performances.

Don’t miss this awesome card. Order now on GFL.tv and watch this event anytime on VOD to see the science of the eight limbs as “Bounded Fist Muay Thai” puts on another blockbuster event.

GH3 Presents Friday Night Fights

October 26, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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Douglas, Dezurn Victorious In New Jersey!

Courtesy of Gary Digital Williams & boxingalongthebeltway

Antoine “Action” Douglas and Glenn Dezurn scored victories on a card at the Ukrainian Cultural Center in Somerset, NJ on Friday.

In the main event, Douglas, a middleweight from Burke, VA, stopped a very game Jose “Stinger” Medina of Tilden, NH at 42 seconds of the sixth round. According to noted boxing writer Jack Obermayer, Douglas hit Tilden with every punch in the book, especially in the latter stages of the contest. Newly re-appointed New Jersey Commission Boxing Chair Larry Hazzard forced the referee to stop the contest.

Douglas remains undefeated at 15-0-1, 10 KO’s while Medina drops to 18-16-1, seven KO’s.

Dezurn, a featherweight from Baltimore, MD, won a four-round unanimous decision over Joshua Reyes of Millville, NJ. Obermayer said Dezurn showed great hand speed in his combinations and Reyes offered very little resistance. All three judges scored a shutout for Dezurn, 40-36.

Dezurn is now 5-0, three KO’s. Reyes falls to 5-3, two KO’s.

Journey Fight Series XI Preview

October 26, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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“Journey Fight Series XI”, takes place November 1 at the Century Casino in Alberta, Canada and live on GFL.tv. This event will feature a title fight CMTC-A Canadian Muay Thai Title.

In the main event, Derek Jolivette (19-5-1) battles Jake Mackenzie (23-2) for the CMTC-A Canadian Muay Thai 165 lb Title. Both Jolivette and Mackenzie are veterans to the sport and championship level fighters. The winner of this bout can rightfully claim to be the top 165 lb Muay Thai fighter in Canada as Journey Fight Series is the cream of the crop for the country. Jolivette has already won tons of accolades including 2014 Thai Boxing Association, 2013, WKA & WTKA Unified World (gold), 2013 WKA NA Muay Thai Tournament and 2012 Canadian Muay Thai Council Champion A Division. Jolivette will look to score with leg kicks and short elbows against the ropes as he prefers to fight from the clinch. Mackenzie is a decorated fighter winning multiple titles including 2X Cask Provincial, Cask National, USMTA Middleweight, TBA-SA World and IFMA World (Bronze) Champion. Mackenzie is a counter puncher and will wave Jolivette in and try to offset the aggressiveness of Jolivette by picking his shots and getting out of the way at the same time.

In the co-main event, in a full rules 154 lb Muay Thai bout, Kelsey Andries fights Candice Hardwick. Andries is looking to make a name for herself and has shown an ability to land her combos almost at will against past opponents. She is quick to the punch and quick and usually out distances her foes with precession striking. Hardwick has shown KO power and an iron jaw to go with an unwavering will. Don’t blink as these two women are at the head of their division and will battle each other to become the alpha female at 154 lb.

Stephanie Quigg locks horns with Vincci Tsui in a match of up and comers. Quigg is a durable fighter who is coming into her own as a complete Muay Thai fighter. She mixes up her combos well and doesn’t take much damage in the ring. Tsui is very elusive and has great reflexes making her a tough target to hit. Tsui also has great cardio and can outwork her opponent in the later rounds.

Muay Thai fans, this event is for you. Watch the top strikers in Canada compete in the top Muay Thai organization in the country as “Journey Fight Series XI”, comes to you live on November 1 and only on GFL.

Salita, Cohen team up for November 13th show in Westbury, New York

October 24, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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(October 24, 2014)--Star of David Promotions and founder Dmitriy Salita is excited to announce that on November. 13, Star of David will co-promote a professional boxing card at The Space in Westbury, Long Island.
Fans can look forward to seeing heavyweight prospect Jarrell “Big Baby” Miller back in action, shooting to raise his record to 10-0, with 10 KOs.

Miller conjured buzz with his most recent performance, which was featured on MSG Network last month. Hopes are high that the Brooklyn native, who combines size, punching power, and charisma, will be wowing fight aficionados with even more stellar performances, on bigger stages; Miller promises to wow the masses November. 13 on Long Island.

Also seeing action on the Cohen/Salita card will be Peter Dobson.  A decorated amateur from the Bronx, Dobson turned pro on September  20 with a 4-round unanimous decision over Mack Babb in Queens, New York.  Dobson won the NYC Golden Gloves in 2010.

Salita expressed his happiness at collaborating with the veteran promoter Cohen. “Greg is one of the top promoters in the sport, and I’m so grateful to work with him on this show,” said Salita, who also happens to be a world-class welterweight boxer in his own right. “I’m happy to feature Jarrell and Peter alongside other champions and top prospects. This is a packed card, with great talent on display from top to bottom!”

An Irish Jr middleweight, Dennis Hogan, is also ready to impress, putting his 19-0-1 mark on the line. He’s been fighting in Australia and wants to test himself in the top market in the world, New York and America. The WBC Fecarbox title will be up for grabs at The Space. The popular Tommy Rainone, who fights out of the Westbury Boxing Club, seeks to take it home. The 21-5-1 hitter hasn’t lost in his last five outings, so he wants to continue the trend in front of friends and family.

Additionally, the current WBO lightweight champion Amanda Serrano (21-1-1, 16 KO’s) will be showing off her talents, and putting her crown on the line on a card which will undoubtedly provide fans with memorable action, featuring world-class pugilism and thrilling knockouts.

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