Andy Segovia from Tiger Schulmann VS Mike Jenkins from The Institute. Two talented fighters with big futures ahead of them, lets see who takes the belt home.
Another great set of fights from Arkansas at the OTC MMA event tonight. This is the 11th show in the series and there are a bunch of great fighters set to enter the cage.
In the main event middleweights Tyrone Paige and TJ Brown are both coming off multiple wins none of which have gone the distance. Paige submitted Jeremiah Jones at the 4:31 mark of the 1st round on February 27, 2016. Brown defeated Francisco Olivera via Submission (Choke) at 3:29 of Round 3. Both fighters are in a groove and see this fight as a big step in their careers. The winner will be fighting for more than respect the next time out.
The Co-main event features Sean O’Grady who battles WSOF fighter Wesley Sharp. Both fighters are coming off tough losses and are focused on getting back in the win column.
Fire and Ice Fighting Championships 2: Kenny Gaudreau takes on Ivan Delvalle Joshua in the Main Event and Brown vs MacTruck Baptiste in the Co-Main.
In the Main Event Title Fight 170 Lbs Welterweights Kenny Gaudreau takes on Ivan Delvalle. Neither fighter has fought to a decision – most fights ending in round 1. Both fighters have skills on the ground and standing up. With 15 bouts between them this fight should be a good one.
Our Co-Main Title Fight features two massive Heavyweight fighters at 265lbs: Joshua Brown vs MacTruck Baptiste. In over 20 fights between then only 2 fights went the distance. Both fighters have big punches and have scored numerous KOs. I don’t see this one going long.
NYFE 10: X-TREME TENSION: Features Arik Tahveez, Matt Bilella, Codie Payne, Yuting Hong, Destiny Quinones, Hilarie Rose, Mason DiGiacopo and Sam Hoenig.
2 NYFE MMA, New York Fight Exchange vets and 2 of the toughest female MMA ammys in the northeast square off inside the walls of the hexagon!!! Kai Nextlevel Mixedmartialarts’s Destiny Quinones will make her return to the cage against USMMA: Muay Thai, Jiu Jitsu, Yoga, Strength & Conditioning own Hilarie Rose!!!
155lb divison!!! Class One Mixed Martial Arts & Fitness own Yuting Hong steps in the cage across from Att Whitestone’s Codie Payne… Both fighters will be looking for the finish.
NYFE 10: X-TREME TENSION!!!
Another exciting fight in our lightweight division on this STACKED card Arik Tahveez of Kai Next Level Mixed Martial Arts & Team RMNU B.J.J. / Fitness will make his NYFE MMA, New York Fight Exchange debut againt “The Horror: Matt Bilella. New York…We have a problem!!!
Another exciting fight in our stacked featherweight division is scheduled for this amazing card!!! Att Whitestone’s own Sam Hoenig returns to the NYFE MMA, New York Fight Exchange cage and takes on the always dangerous Mason DiGiacopo of The Few Academy. Both men love to scrap, going to be a war!!!
Theodore Bruntson of House of Traps with make his MMA debut against fellow new comer Andrew Gotay of of Team Believe – Medford. We are excited to have both these warriors make their MMA debuts inside our cage!!!
Explosive bantemweight divsion East West MMA Long Island’s Jason Olcott will step in the cage across from Justin Raft of Long Island MMA
For the Vacant NYFE MMA, New York Fight Exchange 135lb Title Ecubjj & Mma Bronx’s own Brandon C Medina steps in the cage vs the undefeated Ronny Arana Leon of Kai Next Level Mixed Martial Arts & Team RMNU B.J.J. / Fitness. Both men agreed to this bout on short notice, true warriors.
Intriguing amateur Welterweights will look to earn gold for the first time at NYFE 10 this weekend on GFL.
Don’t let his 3-2 record fool you, as Jerome Mickle has the skills to put together a run on the regional circuit. The New York native is an all-action fighter, having never reached the judges’ scorecards in either victory or defeat.
Following two straight losses, Mickle bounced back in a major way in his last outing, punishing his last opponent into retirement by the end of the first round.
If Mickle wants to earn his fourth career victory and the NYFE Welterweight title, he’ll have to get through the dangerous Robert Bodden.
The six-foot Bodden tasted defeat for the first time in his career last September, losing a close split decision in Ring of Combat. The loss could prove to be a gift in disguise, as we so often see fighters grow immensely following a tough defeat inside the cage.
While it will likely be a while before either of these men earn a shot in the big leagues, a victory this weekend will undoubtedly be a huge feather in either man’s cap.
Juston Campos vs. Damon Minor MMAMania “Fight to Watch” on Spartyka Fight League 23 – Tonight on GFL.Tv
If you have never watched a Spartyka Fight League event, don’t miss this weekend’s main event between Juston Campos and Damon Minor.
These two amateur Lightweights are major prospects for a reason, and both have the tools to become legitimate talents in MMA.
Minor is currently the reigning Spartyka Fight League Lightweight kingpin, having won four straight fights in impressive fashion. In his last outing, Minor proved his toughness, earning his first ever title via decision in a 15 minute war.
For his first title defense, expect the Virginia native to be looking for his seventh career knockout.
As for Campos, the 6-2 Texan is hoping to string together back-to-back victories after going 2-2 in his last four.
Although he will be the major underdog on Saturday night, Campos’ knockout power could earn him his first MMA title.
Who doesn’t love MMA tournaments?
Almighty Fighting Championships is set to put on an epic one-night four-man Flyweight tournament, featuring some major prospects. In the end, the victor will be crowned the first ever 125-pound champ for AFC.
While both semi-final fights are worth watching, we simply can’t pass over Sam Creasey vs. Paul Marin.
Paul Marin is a grizzled veteran and knockout specialist, having finished seven opponents in sensational fashion. “El Empalador” has competed in the famed Cage Warriors promotion several times, and will now look to earn his first title by winning two fights in one evening.
Marin will have his hands full in the first round as he takes on rising prospect Sam Creasey. At 6-0, “The Hobbit” is a real menace inside the cage, as he is dangerous in all aspects of MMA.
With five straight finishes, you can expect Creasey to be looking for an early knockout in order to go into the second round of the tournament unscathed.
Regardless of who takes the victory, the fans will be the real winners by night’s end.
Tomasz Adamek vs. Eric Molina tonight
39-year-old former two division world champion Tomasz Adamek (50-4, 30 KOs) will be trying to keep his struggling career alive tonight in his scheduled 12 round fight against former world title challenger Eric Molina (24-3, 18 KOs) at the Tauron Arena (previously Krakow Arena), Krakow, Poland. There’s an excellent chance that Adamek will lose this fight if Molina remembers to throw punches, and doesn’t fight in a timid manner like he did against Deontay Wilder last year.
Adamek, #8 WBC, has lost two out of his last three fights in losses to Vyacheslav Glazkov and Artur Szpilka. The only win Adamek has gotten in the last two years was against 48-year-old Przemyslaw Saleta last September.
Surprisingly, the World Boxing Council doesn’t seem to mind that Adamek’s career is imploding because they still have him ranked in their top 10 despite him losing two out of his last three fights. Adamek’s last true victory over a quality opponent was four years ago when he beat Steve Cunningham and Eddie Chambers by controversial decisions.
KRAKOW, Poland (March 31, 2016) — The final press conference for this Saturday’s “The Final Call” pay-per-view event, starting at 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT, was held today. Below are fighters’ quotes.
Four are scheduled to air live on PPV from Tauron Arena in Krakow, Poland. Two other fights may be shown, time permitting.
“The Final Call” is promoted in Poland by Polsat, as part of the Polsat Boxing Night series, in addition to Main Events and Don King Productions.
TOMASZ “Goral” ADAMEK: “I’ve had a great camp, great sparring partners and a great team around me. Kuba (Chycki – Adamek’s physical coach), trainer Roger Bloodworth – these guys did a great job in the last two months. As Eric said, ‘We are not about talking what we will do, we are ready to actually do it.’ Molina likes to mix it up, likes to throw punches, and is not afraid. This has to be a great fight just because of that. There’s no what’s after the Molina fight for me. This is the fight which will decide my future. A win means I’m on track for big fights, losing means I cannot do it anymore. What I know is that for this fight I’m much better prepared than I was for both the Glazkov and Szpilka bouts. But, of course, what happens in ring will verify our words.”
ERIC “Drummer Boy” MOLINA: “For the first time in my career I got 70 days to prepare; unprecedented in the heavyweight division. What do I know about Adamek? He’s a warrior and people in Poland expect great things from him because he’s a Polish boxing legend. In me, he will have a chance to fight one of the best heavyweights in the division and we all will know where we stand. I’m very confident, not only that I will win this war on Saturday, but also of being the first Mexican-American heavyweight in the future. People will get their money worth on Saturday. I can guarantee that. Adamek is highly rated by WBC and IBF, the two most active organizations in boxing. Saturday’s winner will be in the driver’s seat for great fights in the future.”
MICHAL CIESLAK: “I also thought that you’re bigger. And I also hope that everything what you’re saying about how good your training camp was is the truth. I can promise you that I will be ready for everything. I’m in the best shape of my life and I will prove that on Saturday. Palacios, be ready to fight! I cannot wait anymore to put on a big show.”
FRANCISCO “The Wizard” PALACIOS: “He wants to treat me like a stepping stone but the problem with that is I’m not a stepping stone for anyone. I’m a rock! You want to beat me, you have to kill me. And by the way, I thought that Cieślak is bigger. You cannot judge what I can or cannot do just because I’ve got knocked out by Kudryashov in my last fight. It means nothing. First of all, it happens in boxing and the more importantly, it has nothing to do with what I’m ready to do now with my new team and “Chill” Wilson on my side. Just watch: The Wizard Time is coming again.”
Main Event — Vacant IBF Inter-Continental Heavyweight Championship (12)
TOMASZ “Goral” ADAMEK (50-4, 30 KOs), Former 2-Division World Champion, Jersey City, NJ, USA
ERIC “Drummer Boy” MOLINA (24-3, 18 KOs), World Title Challenger, Raymondville, Texas, USA
Co-Feature — Cruiserweights (10)
MICHAL CIESLAK (11-0, 7 KOs), Radom, Poland
FRANCISCO “The Wizard” PALACIOS (23-3, 14 KOs), 2-Time World Title Challenger, Bayamon, Puerto Rico
ANDRZEJ WAWRZYK (31-1, 17 KOs), World Title Challenger, Krakow, Poland
MARCIN REKOWSKI (17-2, 14 KOs), Former Poland Heavyweight Champion, Kaliska Koscierskie, Poland
MATEUSZ “Master” MASTERNAK (36-4, 26 KOs), Former European Champion, Wroclaw, Poland
ERIC “Danger” FIELDS (24-3, 16 KOs), Ardmore, Oklahoma, USA
RAFAEL “Braveheart” JACKIEWICZ (48-14-2, 22 KOs), World Title Challenger, Minsk Mazowiecki, Poland
MICHAL SYROWATKA (13-1, 4 KOs), Elk, Poland
Female European Boxing Union Lightweight Championship (8)
EWA BRODNICKA (10-0. 2 KOs), Champion, Warsaw, Poland
ANITA TORTI (9-5, 3 KOs), Challenger, Milan, Italy
PPV ANNOUNCERS: English – Bob Alexander and Glen Johnson, Polish – Andrzej Kostyra/Albert Sosnowski, Mateusz Borek (host & interviews), Przemek Saleta (on-air judge)