Historic Muay Thai Bout Friday Night/AM 7:30 PM WST/ 7:30 AM EST Features Daniel “The Rock” Dawson v John Wayne Parr – Live on GFL.Tv
Perth Australia Start time: 7:30pm WST / New York Time: 7:30pm EST – CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE
Two of the biggest names in Australian fight sports clash in Perth for the last time. Perth’s very own Daniel “The Rock” Dawson; the only man to win world titles in boxing, Muay Thai and kickboxing returns taking on 11 time world champion and veteran John Wayne Parr hailing from the Gold Coast.
Known for their legend status in the world of Boxing, Kickboxing and Muay Thai their two previous fights resulting in a victory each. This will be the bout that settles the score as well as what will be John Wayne Parr’s last fight in WA before he retires.
Origins Fight Promotions worked hard to secure this main event bout in what will be one not to miss as history is made on Perth soil as two living legends go toe-to-toe in centre ring.
In the co-main event Perth home-grown middleweight Millad Farzad gets his chance at redemption taking on Queenslander Jake Lund a second time following his loss in May. The two are the future of Australian fight sports and the bout promises to be a match up to be remembered for years to come¦
9) Main event: Daniel “The Rock” Dawson (WA) vs John Wayne Parr III (QLD)
8) Co-Main event: Millad Farzad (WA) vs Jake Lund 2 (QLD)
7) Alex Amoroso (Seldys Gym) vs Jeremy “Fireball” Firth (Westside Kickboxing)
6) WBC Muaythai State Title Defence: Alice Becklake (Current champion) (Country Muay Thai) vs Victoria Callaghan 2 (CGFT)
5) Richard Lockett (Evolution MMA & Fitness) vs Luke Read (Riddlers Gym)
4) Charity Boxing Match #2: Scott “Rusty” Turnbull vs Eddie King
3) Charlie Diggins (CGFT) vs Alic Jones (Diesel Gym)
2) Charity Boxing Match #1: Jason “Butterbean” Harris vs Anthony “The Hammer” Macri
1) Jimmy Grey (CGFT) vs Travis Bowran 2 (Chinese Kickboxing)
(Zero to Hero Contestants: Anthony “The Hammer” Macri / Scott “Rusty” Turnbull / Eddie King / Jason “Butterbean” Harris).
Xtreme Fighting Nation returns to Bahi Mar in Fort Lauderdale, FL to kick off the start of the first Tournament of Titans series.
Tournament of Titans is a 16 man single elimination MMA tournament spread over four events. On September 24, sixteen of the best amateur MMA featherweights (145lbs) from across the nation will make their way to Fort Lauderdale, FL. for the qualifying round. The winner of the tournament will be offered a contract for their pro debut under the Titan FC banner, and will be featured on UFC FightPass.
In addition to the 8 tournament fights, there will be other bouts featuring local fan favorites such as Trevor Morien, and a potential title defense by two division champion, Mike Szatkowski. Which belt will he defend? 170 or 155? Follow XFN at www.Facebook.com/xfnfights to stay updated as fight announcements are released.
XFN10 is a fundraiser event for the FLEOA Foundation. Proceeds assist the families of federal and local law enforcement officers who were killed in the line of duty. Visit www.fleoafoundation.org for more information.
DATE AND TIME
Sat, September 24, 2016
6:00 PM – 10:30 PM
Bahia Mar Fort Lauderdale Beach – a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
801 Seabreeze Boulevard
MAIN EVENT – 16 Man MMA TOURNAMENT for a Pro Contract with Titan FC
Fury FC 12 Results: Turcios, Chaw, Graves, Veretennikov Vasquez All Victorious – Watch the Fights and Highlights on GFL.Tv
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135 lbs: Ricky Turcios defeated Trent Meaux via Unanimous Decision.
135 lbs: Gerzan Chaw defeated Joel Scott via Guillotine Choke after 3:15 of the 2nd Round.
170 lbs: N. Veretennikov defeated Charlie Ontiveros via in the 1st Round.
265 lbs: Joel Moore defeated Gary Harling via TKO after 2:05 of the 1st.
125 lbs: David Acosta defeated Eric Hendon via TKO Guillotine Choke after 3:15 of the 2nd Round
145 lbs: Daniel Heffernan defeated Carlos Melara via Unanimous Decision.
115 lbs: Sijin Kurian defeated R. Castillo via Rear Naked Choke after 4:09 of the 1st Round
205 lbs: Issac Teran defeated Tim Lashley via TKO after :17 of the 1st.
135 lbs: Emerson Garcia defeated Christian Lira via TKO after 2:49 of the 1st Round.
145 lbs: Cameron Graves defeated Jose Ceja via TKO in the 2nd Round.
155 lbs: Leroy Vasquez defeated Rocky Long via TKO (doctor stoppage) after 1:17 of the 1st Round.
170 lbs: Aaron Reeves defeated Morgan Oriahi via TKO after :13 of the 2nd Round.
155 lbs: Tyler Bradford defeated Nathan Stanton via Unanimous Decision.
145 lbs: Brandon Cancino defeated Darius Gray via Unanimous Decision.
205 lbs: Juan Adams defeated Jordan Zendejas via TKO after 1:24 of the 1st Round.
Cage Titans 30 RESULTS: Mima Submits Cardarelli in 3rd Round – Great Bout to Watch – Check Out All the Bouts on GFL.Tv
Cage Titans 30 Quick Results: CLICK HERE TO WATCH FIGHTS AND HIGHLIGHTS!
Darren Mima def Remo Cardarelli Sub, 3:17 R3
Manny Bermudez def Rodrigo Almeida Sub, 0:54 R1
David Baxter def Ernesto Ornelas KO/TKO, 3:55 R1
Max Barrett def Devin Pilkington KO/TKO, 2:01 R1
Fernando Perez def Johnny Campbell Sub, 2:51 R1
Justin Sumter def Sean Evans KO/TKO
Sean Lally def Joe Levasseur KO/TKO, 0:19 R1
Bobby Gasdia def John McAndrews KO/TKO, 2:11 R1
Sean Bettencourt def Morgan Dean KO/TKO, 2:09 R1
Jose Campos def Jason Peppe KO/TKO, 2:42 R1
Kerri Kenneson def Kylie O’Hearn Split Dec
Chris Sniger def Seth Jacobs KO/TKO, 2:07 R1
Shane Dougherty def Shaun Shubert Sub, 3:00 R3
Fabio Cherant def Patrick Crowley Sub, 0:28 R2
Zeal McGrew def Ron Marshall Sub, 2:45 R2
Ed Forlenza def Jose Atiles Sub, 1:38 R1
Alex Ortiz def Austin Schalla Unanimous Dec
William Graustuck def Andrew Herbst KO/TKO, 0:19 R1
Josh Meehan def John Lessard Sub, 1:42 R2
Jon Ciampa def Brandon Murphy Sub, 1:15 R1
Kasperowski def Tim Hagan KO/TKO, 2:52 R3
To celebrate Combat Games’ 50th MMA event, the promotion will be hosting an 8-man 150 lb. Bantamweight Tournament with $10,500 in prize money. The initial match ups that were drawn last Wednesday night so fighters were given just 10 days to prepare for their opponent.
The tournament winner will hold the Combat Games’ Bantamweight title.
Below are the initial bouts include:
BOUT #1 ARDANY MORA VS. PATRICK BENSON
BOUT #2 DUSTIN WINTER VS. EDUARDO TORRES
BOUT #3 JADON JOHNSON VS. OMAR AVELAR
BOUT #4 RICO ROUGH VS. ERIC CRONKHITE
Some key matchups to watch includes the first fight of the night in which Ardany Mora will battle Patrick Benson. Though it is not listed in any of the records I searched it appears these fighters fought as amateurs a few years back, which bout was voted fight of the year by Washington State fans. We reached out to Patrick Benson and he stated that the winner of this first bout he states will win the tournament, though he did not guarantee a win.
Ardany Mora has a history fighting long into a matches, ending with either a TKO’s by way of Punches or losing by decision. Benson on the other hand has never gone the distance and has only twice made it out of the first round. Benson is 2-1 having fought 3 fighters with winning records, losing to Brett Malone at WSOF 32 in July. Both fighters are coming off tough losses and will be looking to get back on track. A few wins in this tournament could propel them to bigger and better fights. This will be a great bout to watch – I hope the winner has something left for the 2nd round of the tourney.
Eduardo Torres out of Yakima MMA is lead by trainer Rich Guerin. He is a sparring partner of Julian Erosa of recent TUF and UFC fame. Very talented fighter and the top seed in the tournament. His 7-5 record is deceptive having lost twice by decision and once by disqualification. He has the most experience of any of the fighters in this tournament and a great team around him.
Eric Cronkhite (3-1, 3 finishes) and Dustin Winter (3-2, 2 Finishes) have the ability to be spoilers., though they do not have the experience of Torres, Benson and Mora. The rest of the field: Omar Avelar (8-11), Jadon Johnson (0-1), Rico Rough (0-2) do not seem to be in the same class as the rest of the field.
I wish more promotions would bring back these types of tournaments, they bring a lot of excitement to the sport.
Jake Kozorosky at 6-0 will be defending his PA Cage Fight Lightweight championship and putting his undefeated 6-0 record on the line when he faces a talented fighter in Eddie “Shuperman” Shupe. Jake defeated Brandon Dolan in round 2 by rear naked choke to win PA cage fight amateur lightweight title this past March.
Jake’s since winning his first 4 bouts by decision he has finished his last 2 opponents by submission via rear naked choke. It appears Jake is honing his skills as he prepares to make the transition to the professional ranks. He is ranked the top amateur lightweight in Pennsylvania (out of 105) and ranked 3rd out of 516 lightweight prospects in the entire Northeast.
His opponent Edward Shupe has a 6-6 record, however he is riding a 2 fight win streak. This will be his 4th fight in 2016 and he 3-1 so far this year, with his only loss to an undefeated Jonathan Cruz.
Both fighters have gone the distance a combined 10 times over 18 bouts. These fighters are technically skilled. Don’t expect this fight to end with a quick KO. Shupe is the more experienced fighter, however, Kozorosky is a very tough opponent who currently holds the title that Shupe is seeking. With a strong win Jake Kozorosky could be headed to the pros with the potential for a quick assent in the lightweight division. If you like to watch 2 fighters with solid technical skills this has the makings for a great bout.
Additional Note: The promotion added a 4 man Heavyweight (265lb) Tourney with the winners competing at PA Cage Fight 26. Derrick Babcock will face off against Michael Erb and Lance Moore with battle Daiqkwon Buckley. Erb and Babcock are each seeking their first win. Moore is 1-0 and Buckley is making his debut. Heavyweight tournaments are always fun to watch.
Rage in the Cage OKC 47: Levi Queen v Rocky Johnson Rated One of Best Fights of the Weekend by MMAMania – Live on GFL.Tv
Fight fans can expect a sensational main event at the Rage in the Cage OKC 47 event, featuring two experienced middleweights battling it out.
Levi Queen has 4 straight wins in the last 11 months, finishing all four opponents. His last loss was to WSOF veteran Brian Grinnell in July 2015 by submission with one second left in the first round.
Levi has fought to a decision only once in his career, with most of his wins coming via submission. Like his opponent Rocky Johnson, Levi has had a decently long career, where he has gone 12-3 since 2009.
Johnson has been fighting since 2003 having fought an incredible 41 times, including stints in Bellator and many solid regional promotions, whilst gathering 8 belts during his 13 year career. He is a solid well rounded fighter who has proven his championship mettle over 25 minutes, and when the opportunity shows itself, he can finish an opponent via strikes or submission. Most of his losses have been via decision and he has not been finished since 2007.
The tale of the tape is in Queen’s favor, as he stands 6’ tall and is only 27 yrs old, whilst Rocky stands 5’7” and is 18 years older at 45 yrs old.
After Lee Mein won in the Hard Knocks cage at age 49 this year I would not take a veteran like Johnson lightly if I were Queen. Both fighters have good ground games. Though I like Johnson’s stamina, its hard to believe Queen’s four fight win streak will end to a fighter 18 years his senior who is also five inches shorter.
Prediction: The fight goes to the ground and Queen submits Johnson by the end of the 2nd round. At 28, Queen still has a shot at the UFC if he can keep this streak going and continues to up the competition.
Iron Fist Fighting Series (ITFS) 46: Scott Sheely provides a Night with 7 fights and 4 Title Bouts – Live on GFL.Tv
Iron Fist Fighting Series 46: Scott Sheely provides a Night with 7 fights and 4 Title Bouts.
Paul Shough v Isaac Hook (Heavyweight Title Bout) – IT heavyweight champion Paul Shough will step in the cage for his first title defense when he takes on Isaac Hook this weekend. Shough won the belt in January when he defeated Cody Kelley, while Isaac Hook is coming off a huge victory against Aaron Garret back in December.
IT Fight Series featherweight champion Mark Carosella puts his undefeated record on the line against Columbus native Adli Edwards. Both fighters have a championship pedigree and will be looking to add to their amateur resume.
Also on the card will be Adli’s teammate, Floyd Cisco, who is looking to capture gold after coming up short in his rematch vs Joe Pimentel. He will be taking on undefeated fighter and heavy hitter Nikolai Gionti for the flyweight title.
In the final title bout, Columbus resident Caleb Frasher will take on the dangerous Logan Urban. Both fighters have started their early career with 4 straight victories but someone’s 0 has to go with the welterweight title hanging in the balance.
The main event will feature Zach Cook as he meets Luke Ransbottom. Cook has won back to back fights to even up his record as Ransbottom will look to rebound from his first career loss. Kentucky’s Portland Pringle steps in on short notice as he will meet Caleb Fickert and the pro side of things rounds out with a match up between Aaron Bush and Ryan Walls.
The bout card:
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Warriors Way Muay Thai 16: Richards vs Petroulias takes place at Shoppingtown Hotel in Doncaster, Victoria, Australia Both fighters are highly decorated in their sport and should put on a fantastic show. Weigh Ins are over and fighters ready to go for tomorrow nights clash! — with Pat Richards and Alexi Petro ready to face off.
Lee Fook from the ACT Only wants to fight the best, And is looking to make a BIG statement this Saturday night against World Title holder Abbas “golden BOY” Ahmadi from Westide gym… This will be another CRACKER match up. The Atmoshphere will be sensational !!!
Great Co-Main Event between VIC Alex Ilijoski Vs Charlie Bubb from NSW at Powerplay 30 – Watch Live on GFL.Tv
Great Co-Main Event between VIC Alex Ilijoski Vs Charlie Bubb from NSW at Powerplay 30 – Watch Live CLICK HERE.