California Fight League (CFL) 8 Results: Joe Stevenson KOs Daniel McWilliams in First Round – Watch Fights on

August 4, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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California Fight League 8 Results: Watch the Fights and Highlights CLICK HERE

Joe Stevenson def Daniel McWilliams , KO/TKO, 1:21 R1

Cody Bollinger def Q. McCottrell , Sub, 1:12 R1

Taylor Johnson def Jamal Pogues , KO/TKO, 1:34 R2

Jason Walraven def Brandon Michels , Sub, 2:46 R1

Ronnie Borja def Jalin Turner , KO/TKO, 0:11 R1

Jesse Strader def Josh Wang-Kim , Split Dec

John Wang-Kim def Danny Chiaramonte , KO/TKO, 0:48 R2

Jose Campos def Adam Lizaola , Split Dec

Ronnie Dominguez def Ruben Castanon , KO/TKO, 1:54 R3

Malik Abdulmumin def Albert Veloz , Sub, 0:40 R1

Ascendancy FC 10 Results – Watch Fights on

August 3, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Main Card:

Mykey Cooley vs Jonathan Paulson (Paulson TKO Rd1)

Spencer Wray vs Dezmond Jones (Wray TKO Rd3

Deontre Butts vs TJ Millsap (Butts Neck Crank Rd1)

Justin Mendenhall vs Kai Brunk (Brunk inverted triangle Rd1)

Helen Peralta vs Jessica Fresh (Fresh 5Rd decision 48-47)

Preliminary Card:

Gilbert Gonzales vs Durrell Haynes (Gonzales TKO Rd1)

Steven Behlers vs James Pennington (Behlers Triangle Rd1)

JR Hicks vs Greg Mitchell (Mitchell Guillotine Rd2)

Brandon Van Dalen vs Jacob Walker (Walker Guillotine Rd1)

Thomas Townsend vs Anthony Pemoulie (Townsend Rear-naked Rd1)

Jessica Fresh is the new Women’s Flyweight Champion at Ascendancy FC 10 – Check out the Results at GFL.TV

August 2, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Ascendancy FC 10 Results and Videos – CLICK HERE

AFC 10 is in the books! 20 Fighters entered the Cage and 10 came out victorious.

Jessica Fresh is the new Women’s Flyweight Champion! She won a very hard fought 5 round decision in a back and forth battle vs a stud in Helen Peralta who will no doubt be back better than ever.

Kai Brunk retained his Men’s Flyweight Title with a sick triangle choke vs a very game and always exciting Justin Jbird Mendenhall. Jbird is the man and will be back and ready to put the division on notice once again! Kai will be looking to get back in the AFC cage and defend his belt again soon.

For those of you who were lucky enough to witness Spencer Wray vs Dez Jones Fight Of The YEAR…this fight alone was worth the price of admission. Hats off to both these warriors. That is without a doubt one the sickest back and forth wars I have ever seen inside the cage! Wish both these guys a speedy recovery.

Bouts included:


Cesar Gutierrez vs. Antonio Martinez at Kansas City Fighting Alliance 19 – Check out the Results on GFL.Tv

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Antonio Martinez defeats Cesar Gutierrez by 1st rd TKO.

Shontrell Wilson defeats Daniel Harkins 1st rd.

Amanda Byers defeats Laney Nations by unanimous decision.

Derek Bohi defeats Lucas Overcast by 2nd rd TKO.

Other Bouts:

Daron McCant defeats Nate Gossens by first rd submission.

Elijah Scott defeats Arnold Dinh by RNC in the first round

Brad Ragan defeats Austin Bass by 3rd rd submission.

JW Kiser defeats Raymond Powell by first rd TKO.

Theo Brown defeats Chance Byrd by split decision.

Anthony “Father Time” Horn KOs Robert “Adrenalin” Monroe in Round 1 at Fire & Ice Fighting Championships 3 – Check Out the Results on GFL.Tv

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Fire & Ice Fighting Championships 3 Results: CHECK OUT THE FIGHTS AND HIGHLIGHTS CLICK HERE

Main Event: Anthony Horn def Robert Monroe KO/TKO, 2:05 R1
C-Main: Martin Davila def Michael Whaley Sub, 2:28 R1
JD Domengeaux def Drew Lipton Sub, 3:42 R1
Tevin Cooke def Tyler Smith KO/TKO, 4:32 R1
Brian Lim def Rene Chavez red Dec
Chris Stanton def Zachary Adomanis KO/TKO, 1:01 R2
Will Gunnett def Tyler Barisciano Lose icon red Sub, 2:16 R2

WalkoutFC 3: Revenge – Live on

July 29, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Building off the successes of WalkoutFC’s first two events. WalkoutFC 3: Revenge will be a night of top level MMA featuring Professional fights, Female fights, Title fights and many more of your favorite local and regional fighters. The event will be at Cornerstone Family Fitness – 2801 West Main in Independence, Kansas. Doors will open at 6 PM CDT. First fight will be at 7 PM CDT. The main card will feature a 4 professional fights including the return of the 135 pound champion Joseph “the Hulk” Fulk. He will face Johnnie Roades who returns to the WFC cage on a 5 fight win streak. Both fighters are tough veterans combining for over 40 fights experience. This will not be a fight to miss.

The co-main event features John Hambleton from the Ultimate Gym in Parsons Kansas; turning pro off an impressive 10-1 amateur record. He will take on Charlie Bottom both making their pro debut.

All our other four professional fighters will be returning to the WFC cage. Michael Graves will take on Curtis Mar and Aj Kimzey will face Joe Taylor.

Titles will be on the line when Joseph Carriker defends the 185 title. Max Humphreywill be looking to defend the 170 pound title he won at walkoutFC 1 when he takes on 15 fight veteran Max Humphrey in a fight that will be a fight of the night hopeful. Also Brandon Bailey will be defending the 145 title against the undefeated Joe Greene. Chet Mellington will seal revenge when he rematches champion Richard Moad. In one of the craziest comebacks seen in the WFC cage. Mellington knocked Moad to the mat in the second round but after a brief scramble Moad secured the come from behind win. In this fight we could easily have the knockout of submission of the night.

On the undercard look for some of your favorite fighters, like Josh Cooper, Yamilka Pereira, Zuky Rodriguez, Tj Henderson, Ryan Ecret, Moises Rivera and Selena Rodriguez who will be back after back to back fight of the night performances.

Also in revenge rematches : Darrin Bentley vs Travis Goforth, Chet Mellington vs Richard Moad Chris Threlkeld vs Jason Hafler. You can buy online here at, at Cornerstone Family Fitness or through your favorite fighter. See you at the fights!

Walkout FC 3: Joseph Fulk vs. Johnnie Roades Ranked 3rd Best Fight to Watch this Weekend by Champions.Co – Live on GFL.Tv

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ImageWalkout FC 3: Joseph Fulk vs. Johnnie Roades – CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE

Walkout FC 3 goes down Saturday at Cornerstone Family Fitness in Independence, Kansas, United States and the main event is a bantamweight title bout between Joseph Fulk and Johnnie Roades. Following a loss in Titan FC, Fulk signed with Walkout and won his first fight by submission to claim the promotion’s vacant bantamweight title. Fulk makes his first title defense against Roades, who has won his last five fights, with four of his wins during that stretch coming via stoppage. Fulk and Roades are known for finishing fights and this should be an exciting bout that will get the winner of the fight attention from the bigger MMA organizations.

Ascendancy FC 10 Features Both the Ladies and Men’s Flyweight Title Fights: Peralta v Fresh and Mendenhall v Brunk – Live on GFL.Tv

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In the Main Event Helen “Iansa” Peralta 2-0-0 takes on Jessica Fresh 3-1-0 for the female Flyweight Title. Both ladies are fierce competitors. Peralta has gone the distance in both fights, one a 3 rounder and the 2nd a 5 rounder.  Fresh has never gone the distance she finished all of her first 3 opponents but lost by rear naked chock in her last fight. If the fight is short put your money on Fresh, if it goes the distance Peralta is the likely winner.

In the Co-Main, Justin Mendenhall  2-1-0 takes on Kai Brunk 3-1-0 for the flyweight 125 lb title. All 3 of Mendenhall’s bouts ended in the 1st round by way of Rear Naked Choke. Mendenhall lost his first fight but has won 2 in a row since. Brunk’s fights likewise have never gone to the score cards. He finished his frist 2 opponents quickly then lost a tough fight by armlock to Sean Stebbins, another tough fighter.  Then last month he fought at Victory FC and finished Kevin Burke in the first round. Neither fighter wants to go the distance and they both have the skills to finish opponents on the ground.


Premier FC 20: Ricardo Funch vs. Matt Secor Ranked One of the Top Fights to Watch this Weekend by – Live on GFL.Tv

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Premier FC 20: Ricardo Funch vs. Matt Secor – CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE

ImagePremier FC 20 will go down Saturday at The Mass Mutual Center in Springfield, Massachusetts, and the main event is a doozy. In what should be an exciting welterweight contest, UFC vet Ricardo Funch takes on “The Ultimate Fighter 16” veteran Matt Secor.

After becoming a top MMA prospect, Funch had a rough stretch in the UFC, going 1-4 overall, and after taking a two-year break from the sport, lost his return bout in CES. But he recently picked up his first win in nearly five years in Premier FC, and now will look to make it two in a row when he takes on Secor.

A veteran of TUF, Secor most recently competed in Bellator, where he went 1-1 before being released following a loss to top prospect Chris Honeycutt. Bellator’s decision to cut Secor was strange, and Premier FC swooped right in immediately and made a terrific signing, putting together this fun matchup with Funch.

Both guys have a lot to prove and with both men featuring finishing potential, this is not a fight to miss.

Check out the full bout card:

First Boonchu Cup Match in United States: Matt Doerflinger vs. Tyler Lowe at Cagezilla FC 8: OO 41 – Live on GFL.Tv

July 22, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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ImageMatt Doerflinger (4-1) vs. Tyler Lowe (4-1) at Cagezilla FC 8: OO 41 – CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE

Matt Doerflinger takes on Tyler Lowe at Cagezilla FC 8 in Silver Eagle Group in Ashburn, Virginia in a welterweight contest. The catch? This isn’t an actual MMA fight, but rather a Boonchu Cup style match, which is a type of fight invented by the great John Wayne Parr in Australia.

Basically, it’s a Muay Thai fight but with MMA gloves and it takes place in a cage instead of a ring. It’s the only non-MMA match on this list, but it’s a really interesting concept, and it should be a fun fight to watch.







Other fights to Watch:

  • Edis Starnes  vs.  Josh Aguero 135 lbs
  • H. Walker-Leahy  vs.  Chelsea McCoy 135 lbs
  • Matt Doerflinger  vs.  Tyler Lowe 165 lbs
  • Antwan Bynum  vs.  Brent Walter 155 lbs
  • Robert Wolford  vs.  Jude Hammad 135 lbs
  • E. Strickland  vs.  Ramon Neyra 125 lbs
  • Paul Rath  vs.  Schuyler Sootho 145 lbs
  • Desmond Torres  vs.  Kevin Fulmore 145 lbs
  • John Kermon  vs.  Jacob Olave 145 lbs
  • Robert Simpson  vs.  Andrew Johnson 170 lbs
  • Paul Lasso  vs.  Jeffrey Glossner 145 lbs
  • Colton McClane  vs.  John Drenner 145 lbs
  • JaMonee Jones  vs.  Joseph Marino 155 lbs
  • John Csoka  vs.  Joshua Miracle 165 lbs

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