Jesse Arnett submits Mike Hernandez by Arm-Triangle Choke in Round 1, 4:42 at HK 50 to Retain Bantamweight Title – Watch the Fights on GFL.Tv
Jesse Arnett vs. Mike Hernandez – CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FIGHTS
Bantamweight Title Fight
Round 1: Hernandez immediately with a combo that misses the mark. Arnett lands a solid left and catches a kick but can’t get him to the mat. A high kick from Arnett is blocked but still manages to knock Hernandez off-balance. Arnett lands a shot and gets side control. Hernandez with little elbows from the bottom before Arnett postures and drops one of his own. Arnett controlling the top position and has a little cut beside his left eye. Arnett still on top but unable to mount any significant offense. Hernandez gets his guard back and Arnett is able to land a few. Full mount now for Arnett and sinks the arm triangle and forces the quick tap making it 8 straight victories and 7 straight finishes.
Jesse Arnett submits Mike Hernandez by Arm-Triangle Choke in Round 1, 4:42
MMAMANIA.COM Rates Dustin Brooks vs. Ken Pizzi- Extreme Cage Fighting (EFC) 10 as One of Top 5 Fights of the Weekend To Watch – Live on GFL.Tv
Dustin Brooks vs. Ken Pizzi- Extreme Cage Fighting 10
The Extreme Cage Fighting light heavyweight championship is on the line as Dustin Brooks takes on Ken Pizzi for what may be a one sided match.
The demonstrative Brooks has a fight record of 8-2 and has been putting on a clinic ever since he’s hit the MMA scene. After winning his last two bouts with submission tactics it’s safe to assume that Brooks will be looking to do the same to Pizzi. The champion is working with house money since he has both the weight advantage and experience level working for him.
Ken Pizzi may be a dead man walking this weekend. This will be his first fight ever in a MMA ring so the odds are highly stacked against him. Who knows though, its quite possible Pizzi may walk away with an upset and change the landscape of the promotion. Does he have what it takes to be the next ECF light heavyweight champion?
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3 Great Battles Tonight at V3: Dekarie Sanders vs. Eryk Anders; Bryce “Thug Nasty” Mitchell vs. Bobby Taylor and Nick Davis vs. Kevin “The Kannibal” Henry – Live on GFL.Tv
V3Fights make their way back to Minglewood Hall on June 18 with another stacked card. This night will feature seven pro bouts to go along with ten amateur bouts.
The main event will feature former University of Alabama linebacker from the 2009 national championship team, Eryk Anders (3-0) going up against the former two- division V3 champion, Dekaire “The Sandman” Sanders. These fighters were supposed to meet on several occasions, and on June 18 the score will finally be settled.
The co-main event will put the newly signed World Series of Fighting phenom, Bryce “Thug Nasty” Mitchell putting his undefeated record on the line against hard hitting, knockout artist Bobby Taylor. This bout is a true ‘striker vs grappler’ match that will have fans on the edge of their seats.
Nick “Dynamite” Davis returns to the cage to take on rival, Kevin Henry. The vacant bantamweight title will be on the line when Michael Walker goes toe to toe with Ethan Milesano. Walker comes into this fight with a great deal of momentum and fresh off of a 10 second submission victory in May.
Several other top professional and amateur fighters such as Greggory Hussey, Ira Sherrod, Alvin Williams, and Jason Aldridge will on the card as well.
Bryce Mitchell vs. Bobby Taylor- V3 Fights Chosen as One of the Top 5 Fights of the Weekend on MMAMANIA.COM – Watch Live on GFL.Tv
Bryce Mitchell vs. Bobby Taylor- V3 Fights
It’s the battle of the lightweights and V3 Fights has you covered!
Lightweight competitor Bryce Mitchell has made his presence felt as he’s torn through the competition holding an undefeated record of 5-0. The man does not play around folks. Having defeated his last four opponents via chokehold only emphasizes the grip Mitchell has over this division.
Bobby Taylor isn’t any scrub either. Taylor has great mechanics and the heart to make this a great fight. The only challenge Taylor may face is conditioning due to the fact that he’s been away from the sport for quite some time. The sport of MMA can be a malicious sport, so it’s important for Taylor to stay on his P’s and Q’s.
Will Taylor be able to fight his way through the cold grips of Mitchell arm bar when his back is against the mat?
Bout Card includes:
- Dekarie Sanders vs. Eryk Anders 185 lbs
- Bryce Mitchell vs. Bobby Taylor 150 lbs
- Nick Davis vs. Kevin Henry 145 lbs
- Adam Denton vs. Alex Castaneda 145 lbs
- Matthew Holmes vs. Jason Aldridge 200 lbs
- Alvin Williams vs. Seth Anderson 150 lbs
- Rudy McGlothlin vs. Tyler Smith 155 lbs
- Steven Birdsong vs. David Fairley 185 lbs
- Michael Walker vs. Ethan Milisano 135 lbs
- Erica Fincher vs. Melissa Stringer 138 lbs
- Sean Box vs. Jordan Thompson 185 lbs
- Rhece Davis vs. Greg Hussey 145 lbs
- Chase Mann vs. Holden Ledbetter 155 lbs
- Shayne Goforth vs. Ira Sherrod 265 lbs
- Cole Davis vs. James Wells 170 lbs
- Lorenzo Nathan vs. Sam Wallace 205 lbs
- Dinh Bates vs. Terry Johnson 170 lbs
Charles Cheeks III vs. Justin Reiswerg- Fury Fighting Championship – Picked by MMAmania.com as One of Top Fights of the Week
Charles Cheeks III vs. Justin Reiswerg- Fury Fighting Championship
The Fury FC Lightweight Championship title match will features two skillful fighters who are looking to hit pay dirt.
Charles Cheeks III is looking to put a show after his last 2 bouts ended in unanimous decision. In this stage of his career it’s important for Cheeks to want to distinguish himself from the crowd. What better way to do that then to walk out of the Civic Center in Humble, Texas as champion?
In the other hand Reiswerg is on the right path. After coming off a convincing win a couple months back, via submission, Reiswerg is on the hunt to add gold around his waist. With the height and weight advantage working for him, I would venture a guess and say Reiswerg is the overall favorite to win this match.
I hope the folks in Texas are aware of what’s headed their way.
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Leo Pla is a professional MMA fighter with a second degree black belt in American Ju Jitsu and a third degree black belt in Goju Karate. He fights out of Kansas City, Missouri and has a record of 10-5 but has not fought since 2013. He is back and feels that he has taken his skills to the next level over his break in fighting. He battles Miles Armstead 7-1-0 out of Edmonton Alberta. Miles Anstead is the 14th ranked of 110 active Western CA Pro Welterweights. Also ranked at: Middleweight (6th) Canada and the 15th ranked of 159 active Canada Pro Welterweights.
Also ranked at: Middleweight (8th).
HK 50 Main Event Ranks as One of Best Fights to Watch This Weekend (MMAmania.com) – Watch the Fights Live on GFL.Tv
Jesse Arnett vs. Mike Hernandez
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The main event for HK 50 may be the talk of the weekend.
These two fighters match up evenly well against each other. Jesse Arnett has been shaking the landscape through its core, winning his last five bouts in stellar fashion. Arnett is currently 10-4 and desperately trying to keep competitors away from his priceless possession, which is his Bantamweight title. It’s safe to say that the Canadian native has been quite impressive up to this point, but has he met his match?
Mike Hernandez is Arnett exact doppelganger. Hernandez has also won on a warpath winning his last five fights in KO fashion. While Arnett may be looking to end this bout in a submission form, Hernandez will be looking for the kill. Hernandez has nothing to lose, but everything to gain this weekend.
Because this match will be held in Alberta, Canada, Arnett will be the hometown favorite. I wonder if Hernandez will be able to handle the adversity well this weekend.
Represent the USA proudly Hernandez, we’re rooting for you!
#1 Ranked Heavyweight in NYS Brett Sanchez vs. #9 Ranked John Gonzalez square off this Friday at KTFO 14 – Live Tonight On GFL.tv
#1 Ranked Heavyweight in NYS Brett Sanchez vs. #9 Ranked John Gonzalez square off this Friday at KTFO 14. Don’t miss some great Heavyweight action between 2 undefeated fighters!
The battle of the heavyweights is finally here!
The KTFO Heavyweight champion Brett Sanchez is looking to add the number six into his already undefeated streak. The man has won four of his last five bouts via KO. That’s impressive! The master of BJJ will look to dominate his opponent in the ring and to ensure that that heavyweight title isn’t going anywhere.
Gonzalez may be walking into a hornet’s nest. The challenger hasn’t been in a ring in over a year so ring rust may come into play during this bout. Gonzalez last win came in a KO, so it’s fair to say he’ll go for the kill with no hesitation in order to take what he believes is rightfully his.
Who will leave KTFO 14 as champ? Tune in to find out. CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE
The undercard features a bevy of top local prospects. In another junior welterweight clash, Woodhaven’s undefeated Danny Gonzalez (11-0-1, 5 KO’s) squares off against Curtis Morton (4-5-4) of Myrtle Beach in an eight-rounder.
Terell Bostic (1-0, 1 KO) comes off an outstanding first round KO debut to face Miguel Gloria (1-2) of Albuquerque.
Unbeaten Tyrone James (2-0, 1 KO) battles New York City’s Kasif Muhammad (0-2).
Brooklyn’s Laurend Stewart (2-0, 1 KO) takes on another Albuquerque import in Daniel Flores (0-2).
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Undefeated, WBC Silver International Champion and WBC World #4-ranked Junior Welterweight contender Cletus “The Hebrew Hammer” Seldin, 140 lbs. (18-0, 15 KO’s Long Island, NY), squares off against Mexican brawler Jesus Selig, 139.8 lbs. (19-3-1, 12 KO’s Douglas, Arizona).