SCL – Summer Brawl Review

July 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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Sparta Combat League returned on GFL with “SummerBrawl”, a stacked MMA and kickboxing card from the Grizzly Rose in Denver, Colorado. This event was full speed from bell to bell as these pros and amateurs battled in the cage.

In the main event, in a kickboxing bout, Chris Trammel defeated Brian Scraper via unanimous decision. In the early going, the shorter Trammel scored on the inside with straights and hooks while Scraper was able to land on the outside with kicks. Both men fired shots at one another the whole fight and scored with thundering strikes. Trammel seemed to score in barrages while Scraper was more tactical and landed one punch or kick at a time. In the end, it was the volume of punches landed by Trammel that won him the fight.

In the co-main event, Steve Paprocki (4-1) defeated Erick Kapp (1-3) via guillotine choke in the first round to retain the SCL Heavyweight Title. Kapp used his height advantage early by throwing kicks to keep Paprocki at a distance, but that only lasted so long as Paprocki scored with an overhand right that dropped Kapp. On the ground, Paprocki scored with some huge punches in Kapp’s guard. Kapp was able to scramble back to his knees where Paprocki locked on a guillotine and fell back to the mat. Kapp tapped out almost immediately.

Alonso Garcia defeated Joe Miles via split decision after three tough rounds. Garcia worked several takedowns into the fight, including trip takedowns and once on the ground, Garcia scored with punches from the top. Garcia displayed excellent top control and won the battle in the trenches. Miles was a game opponent and scored with strikes in the standup and knees from close range, but Garcia’s wrestling was the difference.

Sparta Combat League brought down the house once again as they have quickly grabbed a chokehold on Mountain West MMA and this show continued in that tradition. Order “SummerBrawl”, and watch anytime on video on demand only on GFL.

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Triple A MMA VIII Rivals Preview

June 30, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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Triple A MMA returns to GFL with “Rivals” emanating from the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The stacked card will feature the top prospects in the Southwest as they look to make a name for themselves to a worldwide audience. Don’t blink when these gladiators suit up and do battle inside the cage.

In the main event, Conrad Padilla (5-1) battles Isaiah Reyes (7-4). Padilla has never been hurt in a fight and his lone defeat was by decision. He brings heavy hands into the cage and looks to finish each and every opponent who steps into the cage with him. Look for Padilla to come out swinging from the opening bell and make Reyes feel his power. Reyes is a well-rounded fighter who brings a strong grappling game into the cage. Reyes has defeated 5 opponents via tapout, but also has the striking and wrestling game to make him a triple threat. These two are sure to light up the desert sky in Albuquerque.

David (Joby) Sanchez (4-2) takes on Albert Tapia (2-0) in another hotly contested matchup. Sanchez’s best weapons are his submission skills and his workman like attitude. Sanchez also packs quite a wallop with his fists, so that makes him a threat to any opponent. Tapia brings heavy hands into the cage and has defeated both of his opponents via TKO. Look for Tapia to go after Sanchez with combos in the early going and try and put Sanchez on the defensive.

Lindsay Jones (2-2) fights Jessica Kenneth (0-1) in an amateur bout. Jones is a rising star in the Southwest and looks to continue her rise in the sport with another win. Jones is a gritty fighter who can grind out decisions because of her excellent cardio. Look for Jones to try and push the pace for the whole fight and break the will of Kenneth. Kenneth looks to even her record to .500 with a win. Kenneth lost a close controversial fight via split decision in her debut and has vowed to not leave it in the hands of the judges this time.

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Showdown Fights 14 Review

June 30, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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Showdown Fights, the top MMA organization in Utah, presented another night of exciting fights with “SHOWDOWN FIGHTS 14″ on The premier event is highlighted by a Heavyweight Title fight on an 11-bout card that featured 8 finishes with all of the action coming from the UCCU Center in Orem, Utah. Utah MMA has flown under the radar for over a decade, but Showdown Fights has proven to be in a class of its own for MMA in the Mountain West.

In the main event, with the Showdown Heavyweight Title on the line, Jan Jorgensen (6-0) defeated Ben Fuimaono (13-9-1) via arm triangle choke in the first round to win the inaugural heavyweight title. Fuimaono looked to use his speed advantage in the early going by throwing combos and staying out of the range from Jorgensen. Jorgensen blocked a leg kick and countered with a right hand that dropped Fuimaono. Jorgensen followed Fuimaono to the mat where he locked on an arm triangle.

In a featherweight bout, Clay Collard (13-4) defeated Nick Compton (9-4) via unanimous decision. Collard is the former Showdown Fights Lightweight Champion but dropped down to featherweight to fight at his natural weight and it showed. Collard dominated the action with his wrestling and switched levels when he needed to getting takedowns throughout the fight. Collard is a beast at 145 lb and will be hard to stop because of his ability to win the fight at all levels; wrestling, grappling and striking. Look for Collard to be in another Showdown title fight sooner than later, this time at featherweight.

In a women’s bantamweight bout, DeAnna Bennett (4-0) defeated TUF vet Colleen Schneider (5-4) via rear naked choke in the first round. Bennett remains undefeated with 3 first round finishes and has proven herself to be a top notch fighter. Bennett was strong in the striking game and when it went to the mat, it was to her advantage as well as she got the back of Schneider and was able to sink in the choke, getting the tapout against a proven opponent in a quick but action-packed shootout.

In other action, David Putvin and Craig Ross picked up submission wins, while Seantee Williams and Eti Palu won their respective bouts via TKO.

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CFFC 37 Review

June 29, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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Cage Fury Fighting Championships returned to with championship level MMA from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with “CFFC 37″. Pro MMA fighters from around the East Coast competed on this stacked 13-bout card that featured 6 stoppages. The action was fast and furious as these gladiators stepped into the cage and went to battle from the opening bell. CFFC has expanded its stranglehold on Northeast MMA as they continue to pump out one blockbuster show after another.

In the main event, with the CFFC Heavyweight Title on the line, Champion Zu “The 8th Wonder” Anyanwu (7-2) retained his belt as he defeated Keith “Bad News” Bell (5-4-1) via KO in the first round. What made the win sweeter for Anyanwu was that he defeated an opponent in Bell who has previously knocked Anyanwu out in 12 seconds with a high kick back in 2013. Bell started off the match with leg kicks finding his distance as Anyanwu kept his hands high and measured the rhythm of Bell. Bell felt more comfortable with his striking and threw a looping overhand right that was countered by a straight right from Anyanwu that connected flush on the jaw. Bell fell to the canvas where Anyanwu followed up with punches and hammer fists, knocking Bell out. It was a spectacular win for Anyanwu who held on to his title and got a bit of revenge all in one fight.

In the co-main event, Bill “Mr. Perfect” Algeo (6-1) defeated Mike “Popezilla” Pope (2-1) via rear naked choke in the first round. Pope got a quick takedown but Algeo popped back up to his feet as the two struggled against the cage for positional dominance. Pope connected with a nice double leg takedown that put Algeo on his back in the center of the cage. Pope looked like he was setting up a north-south choke, but Algeo scrambled to his feet and got a waist lock takedown of his own and began to land punches from behind Pope. Algeo then went for the choke and locked in a body triangle as Pope was forced to tap out.

Julio Rosario (4-4) defeated Brandon Inskeep (5-9) via arm triangle in the second round. Rosario was out of the cage for over a year but didn’t show any signs of ring rust as his striking looked great and was matched by his ground game. Rosario had a very active guard as he was constantly looking for armbars and triangles. Near the end of the second round, Rosario worked on top from the half guard of Inskeep. Rosario grabbed an arm triangle, but had to fight his way out of the half guard, which he did. Once Rosario moved to the same side as the choke he was applying, that was it as Inskeep was forced to tapout before he went unconscious in a tremendous fight from both men.

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Reading To Rumble 2 Review

June 29, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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DeAlba wins by knockout

By Ryan Remp of the Reading Eagle

In his second fight at Santander Arena, and sixth career bout in the Reading area, local super featherweight sensation Frank DeAlba didn’t need eight rounds to make good on his knockout prediction against Mexico’s Pablo Batres.

As it turned out, he didn’t even need six.

With an energetic crowd of 5,800 fans cheering his every move, the 26-year-old DeAlba (13-1-2, 5 KOs) scored a fifth-round TKO Saturday to win the Universal Boxing Federation’s All-America Super Featherweight title in the main event at Reading Rumble 2, presented by Kings Boxing.

Said DeAlba after the fight, “He was guarding his body really well, so I was just waiting for an opening.”

He found that opening 1:55 into the fifth, landing a viscious, left-handed body blow that sent Batres to the canvas.

The fight was called after Batres (7-10-1) failed to get up before the referee finished his count.

“It feels great right now,” said DeAlba, who was greeted by a rowdy herd of fans that stuck around to congratulate him after exiting the ring. “I’m just blessed and humbled to be in this position.”

DeAlba, unbeaten in his last 15 fights and winner of the last 11, snapped a three-bout winning streak for Batres, who is 7-3-1 in Mexico, but 0-7 on U.S. soil.

Two other Reading fighters, welterweight Pat Kehoe and junior middleweight Miguel Martinez, also fought Saturday in undercard bouts.

The 27-year-old Kehoe (1-1) suffered his first loss in a split decision against Harrisburg’s Danny Lugo, and the 23-year-old Martinez (1-1) lost by way of unanimous decision to Alex Sanchez of Philadelphia.

So what’s next for DeAlba?

There’s nothing definite on the upcoming calendar yet, but he’s looking forward to extending his unbeaten streak to 16 next time out.

Said DeAlba of his immediate future, “Whatever Marshall (Kauffman) has for me next, I’ll be ready to fight.”

GFL REAL FIGHTS Presents – Great Knockouts 1 on TCN & CSN Beginning June 30



June 27, 2014

GFL, The Comcast Network and Comcast SportsNet continue their weekly combat sports series, REAL FIGHTS, with the debut of a new combat sports series as GFL unleashes Great Knockouts 1 where all of the top boxing and MMA scraps end in devastating fashion with knockouts.   GFL is proud to present a new variety series on the cutting edge of combat sports dedicated to the best in-ring and in-cage action on display as Great Knockouts 1 comes to Comcast.

Included in the debut show is a battle for the vacant NABA Featherweight Title from the Dover Downs as Cornelius Lock (22-6-2), from Detroit, Michigan takes on William Gonzalez (26-5 with 22 KOs) from Managua, Nicaragua. Lock is a technical fighter and will have to evade the wild and sometimes reckless style of Gonzalez who is intent on making this a dogfight from the very beginning. They will be fighting in a ring, but they could just as well be in a phone booth because there will be punches in bunches from both men. Expect this fight to be action packed until the final bell or until somebody gets knocked out. Don’t blink during this fight.

In MMA action, CFFC Featherweight Champion Scott Heckman (17-4) defends his title against the undefeated Levan Makashvili (7-0). Heckman is an expert grappler with a strong wrestling base, but also likes to throw hands and is dangerous from anywhere in the cage. He is one of the top 145 lb fighters in the world and will continue to come forward no matter what. Heckman is as exciting as they come, and that is why he continues to be a fan favorite wherever he fights. Makashvili is a knockout specialist with an astounding 4 KOs in 7 fights. Makashvili loves to bang and he can end a fight with one punch from either hand. Look for these two to collide in the center of the cage with explosive consequences. Hands will be flying and these two are bound to blow the roof off with their style of fighting.

For the vacant CFFC Lightweight Title, TUF Alum and Bellator veteran Marc Stevens (16-8) battles Paul “The Irish Dragon” Felder (6-0). Stevens is a well-rounded fighter who is a triple threat in the sport because of his wrestling, grappling and striking. Stevens is a fighter that likes to push the pace from the opening bell and put his opponent on the defensive. Felder has made a name for himself across the region because of his willingness to throw down with anyone. Felder has a granite chin and packs KO power in both hands. Felder can fight in a phone booth as his game plan never changes as he is always looking for the knockout and crowd pleasing finish. Expect fireworks in this title fight.

BAMMA USA jumps into the fold with Strikeforce vet Paul Song (2-1) versus Greg Parker (3-0) at “Badbeat 12”. Song has found early success in his career even getting to fight for one of the premier MMA organizations in history, Strikeforce. Look for Song to use his grappling advantage and get the fight to the mat where he can use his ground and pound. For the undefeated Parker, he is no stranger to early finishes as he has defeated all of his previous opponents before the third round. Look for these two to mix it up and have an explosive fight.

Air times are listed below:

The Comcast Network (TCN) (all zones): Monday, June 30 at 7:00pm ET

TCN Replay (Mid Atlantic): Tuesday, July 1 at 9:00pm ET

TCN Replay (Philly): Thursday, July 3 at 8:00pm ET

TCN Replay (Mid Atlantic): Saturday, July 5 at 11:00pm ET

TCN Replay (Mid Atlantic): Sunday, July 6 at 1:00pm ET

CSN Philadelphia: Sunday, July 6 at 8:00pm ET

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Upcoming Events on Comcast

6/30: Great Knockouts 1 (boxing)

7/7: CFFC 36 (MMA)

7/14: CFFC 37 (MMA)

7/21: Reading To Rumble 2 (boxing)

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Southpaw Frank De Alba Interview: First Regional UBF Title Bout This Weekend

June 26, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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By Robert Brizel, Head Real Combat Media Boxing Correspondent
Reading, Pennsylvania southpaw Frank Santos De Alba has a record of 12-1 with four knockouts. The super featherweight will fight his first title bout and second main event on Saturday evening, June 28, 2014, on an amateur and professional card promoted by Marshall Kauffman’s King’s Promotions. After five bouts of four rounds duration, De Alba will fight an eight rounder against Nogales, Mexico veteran Pablo Batres, 7-9 with two knockouts. The card will be held in Santander Arena in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Alba versus Batres will be for the vacant Universal Boxing Federation All America Super Featherweight title. In an interview exclusive, De Alba took a brief break from his final training preparations to take to Real Combat Media. Currently, De Alba is ranked eleventh in the United States by the United States Boxing Association.
Real Combat Media: “Frank, how do you feel now?”
Frank De Alba: “I feel great. I feel ready for Saturday night, and ready to put on a great show. This is my second main event, in (this past) April was my first main event, but this is my biggest main event, my biggest card. This time it will be a bigger crowd than my most recent win (an eight round decision) over Israel Suarez in Allentown.”
Real Combat Media: “What do you know about your Mexican opponent, Pablo Batres?”
Frank De Alba: “He’s 7-9. I don’t underestimate anybody. He’s a Mexican, and he’s coming in to win. I’m in top shape. I’m ready for the fight.”
Real Combat Media: “Will you be ready to move up to 10 round bouts for the title you win after this eight rounder?”
Frank De Alba: “After this fight, I’m looking for bigger and better things. The opponents are gonna get tougher, but I’m ready.”
Real Combat Media: “Who is your trainer?”
Frank De Alba: “My trainer is Anibal Adorno. It’s my fourth fight with him. He was a former assistant trainer of unbeaten lightweight prospect Felix Verdejo in San Juan, Puerto Rico. I always train hard. We (my corner) recently added a strength and conditioning trainer. “
Real Combat Media: “How have your sparring preparations being going?”
Frank De Alba: “We went up to Bronx, New York, for the best sparring. We sparred 30 rounds with Bronx light welterweight prospect Louis Cruz, and some Argentinian fighter in New York. We sparred them there in New York City, they sparred us here in Pennsylvania, and we also sparred each other in New Jersey.”
Real Combat Media: “Will Marshall Kauffman be in your corner? He is Reading’s best known promoter and trainer.”
Frank De Alba: “Marshall will always be in my corner. He was the one who taught me to throw my first punch. He helps me in the corner. Marshall knows my strengths and weaknesses. He knows how I fight. He knows everything about me. That gives me the confidence to win.”
Real Combat Media: “Will your bout on Saturday night with Pablo Badres go the distance, or will you knock him out or stop him?”
Frank De Alba: “We train to go eight hard rounds. I feel strong for this fight, so anything can happen!”
The event at Santander Arena in Reading, Pennsylvania, begins at 5:30 P.M. on Saturday evening, June 28, 2014. Tickets are $37.65, $58.70, $90.25 and $93.75 per person at VIP tables. For tickets go to Ticketmaster online at For more information on the event contact Marshall Kauffman’s King’s Promotions in Reading at 610-587-5950. Tickets will also be available at the door at Santander Arena in Reading.

De Alba ready for 11th straight victory this Saturday night in Reading

June 25, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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READING, PA (JUNE 25. 2014)-This Saturday night at the Santander Arena in Reading, rising Jr Lightweight Frankie De Alba will look for his 11th consecutive victory when he takes on Pablo Batres in a scheduled 8-round bout at the Santander Arena.
De Alba of Reading has a record of 12-1-2 with 4 knockouts and has not lost since his pro debut in 2011.  He has been unbeaten in 14 straight.
“Everything is good & I am anxious for Saturday,” said De Alba.
He faces Batres (7-9-1, 2 KO’s) of Nogales, Mexico, who himself has been on a roll as he has won three straight bouts.
“I don’t know much about Batres.  I know he is Mexican and I am sure like all Mexicans, he is tough and will come to fight with a lot of pressure.”
Despite having just nine amateur bouts, De Alba feels like he is just now coming into is own and his best boxing is still ahead of him.
“I have been learning more and more each fight.  Every fight I pick up something new and with the experience, my confidence keeps growing.”
De Alba knows that with a win on Saturday, big things are on the horizon.
“I am not looking past Batres.  If everything goes well, my next opponents will be tougher and stronger.  I do not care what they throw at me because I am ready for anything.”
De Alba’s popularity continues to grow and he excited to headline in a 10,000 seat Arena like The Santander.
“I feel blessed  and humbled to be the headliner.  I trained very hard for this fight to please the fans.  I just want to thank everybody for their support.  I will  put on a great show an d my fight my heart out like always”, finished De Alba. 
De Alba is currently ranked number-11 by the USBA
In four round bouts:
Pat Kehoe (1-0) of Reading, PA will fight Danny Lugo (2-7, 1 KO) of Harrisburg, PA in a Jr. Middleweight bout.
Robert Ramos (1-2-1, 1 KO) of Allentown, PA will battle Rolnado Chinea (7-0-1, 4 KOs) of Lancaster, PA in a Lightweight bout.

Miquel Martinez (1-0) of Reading, PA will fight Alex Sanchez (3-4, 2 KO’s) of Canden, NJ in a Jr. Middleweight bout.

Christian Molina (1-0) of Allentown, PA will fight debuting Jordan Morales in a Jr. Welterweight bout.

Benjamin Burgos (1-6-1) of Mount Pocono, PA will box Antonio DuBose (4-0, 2 KO’s) of Philadelphia in a Featherweight fight.

Some of the best Amateurs in the area will be on display as there will be bouts the feature both male and female fighters.

Tickets for this special night of boxing are priced at $28, $48 and $78 and can be purchased at or by calling 610-587-5950

For media credentials, Contact:

Marc Abrams at or 856 287 7611

Jr Muay Thai Grand Prix 8 Man Tournament Preview

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Siam Fight Productions returns to GFL with “Jr Muay Thai Grand Prix 8 Man Tournament” on July 12. The card features numerous top-level junior fighters from around the world coming to you live from the Tempe Center for the Arts in Tempe, Arizona.

Included in the stacked tournament are Ron King III (6-5) from the United States, Kashmat Toshmuhammad (16-2) of Canada, Vuillamy Manual (13-2) from France, Max Cruz (9-1) of the United States, Azaal Yasine (8-2-4) of Morocco, Tony Jas (41-7-1) of the Netherlands, Michael Viant (7-2) from Canada and Destry Dalrymple (14-2) of the United States.

King III is a heavy handed striker who can KO nearly anyone in the division with one punch. Toshmuhammad is a technical striker who mixes up leg attacks well to keep his opponent at a disadvantage. Manual brings an iron chin into the ring to go along with a huge heart. Cruz is relentless with his punching as he likes to close the distance early and turn the fight into a brawl. Yasine is always in the running for fight of the night because of his willingness to trade strikes in the middle of the ring, Jas brings a huge experience advantage into the ring and has proven himself over and over again around the world as a gritty fighter. Viant is looking to establish himself as a prime time player and will need to rely on his vast array of combos to get the job done. Dalrymple is known for using his long frame to keep his opponents at bay and rack up point after point with his pin point, accurate striking.

These 8 fighters are some of the most talented blue chip fighters in the sport and this event promises to be a barnburner from beginning to finish. Watch these international superstars collide for a huge one-night tournament.

To watch the champions of tomorrow in one of the most vicious combat sports, tune in to Siam Fight Productions “Jr Muay Thai Grand Prix 8 Man Tournament” and see these young warriors chase their dreams and put in work as gladiators in the squared circle.

Siam Fight Productions is the premier junior Muay Thai event promotions company in North America. We believe that support for youth in the sport of Muay Thai is imperative to their professional as well as personal development. That is why we have dedicated ourselves to creating the ideal venue for sanctioned youth fights with the best possible safety measures available. Our Siam Fight Productions Junior Muay Thai Grand Prix Events and the Siam Cup are the newest addition to the limited number of highly coveted awards in the international Muay Thai community. We will be sending the winner of the upcoming elimination-style tournament to train at Sitsongpeenong Camp in Bangkok, Thailand, where they will be surrounded by some of the world’s greatest fighters and receive instruction from some of the sport’s best coaches.

HK37: Calgary was a Great Night!

June 23, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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HK37: Calgary was a Great Night!

The Century Casino was home to all the action Friday Night June 13th.

HK37 was an action-packed night with Amateur and Pro fighters taking on opponents from across North America. The full results for this event are available at

If you missed the fights you can read the full event recap here or you can still see it on PPV.

We would like extend a HUGE to thank all of our amazing sponsors for their continued support of Hard Knocks Calgary events. We couldn’t do it without you!!

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