David Moore defeats Zarukh Adashev by 3 Knock Down Rule in 1st Round at Combat at the Capitale 38

February 29, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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                                                   Main Event

David Moore vs. Zarukh Adashev:

Moore winner, 1st round: Bout stopped at 2:59 sec. due t0 3 knock down rule.

* Justina Acruscato vs. ​Amenzee Omozuwa​—–​——​——​——​Fight cancelled due to fighter’s injury

 

                                                   Undercard

Anthony Lopez vs. Danny Ramirez:

Ramirez, winner by Unanimous Decision; ​30-26, 30-26, 29-27.

Iskander Usmanov vs. Garrett Williams:

Usmanov, winner by knockout; Round 2 at 58 sec.

Manny Collado vs. Phumi Nkuta:

Collado winner by majority
Decision; 29-28- Red, 29-28- Blue, 29-28- Red.

Yulia Guseva vs. Mia Inzerillo:

Inzerillo winner by majority decision; 30-26- Blue, 29-27- Blue, 28-28- Draw.

Angel Rodriguez vs. Raquane Alexander:

Rodriguez winner by unanimous decision ; All 3 judges 29-28.

Shannon Halstead vs. Andy Segovia:

Segovia winner by unanimous decision; 30-26 from all three judges.

Brad Scheiler vs. Mark Dubovoy:

Dubovoy​ winner by majority decision; 30-27-Red, 29-28-Red, 30-27-Blue.

Abraham Lastra vs. Joaquin Batista:

Bautista winner by majority decision; 29-28-Red, 29-28-Red, 30-27- Blue.

Andrew Ball vs. David Collins:

Ball winner by majority decision;29-28- Red, 29-28- Red, 29-28- Blue

Brandon Cuttino vs. Raul Gonzalez:

Gonzalez winner by unanimous
decision:29-28, 29-28, 30-27

Jennie Nedell vs. Oliva Loth:

Exhibition bout; No Score due to weight issue

Chris Lukusa vs. Avaz Achilov:

Lukusa winner by majority decision; 29-27- Blue, 29-27- Blue, 28-28- Draw.

Trevor Ragin vs. Justin “The Moose” Muslija:

Muslija winner by unanimous decision: 29-28, 30-27, 30-27

Jenna “Savage” Serio vs. Sadee Monseratte Williams:

Williams winner by majority decision: 29-28- Blue, 30-27- Blue, 29-28- Red.

 

Sparta Combat League – AVM WA Fight for Troops RESULTS: 9 FINISHES

February 29, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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PRO

265. Matt Kovacs vs Kevin Sears – Sears def Kovacs via TKO RD2 @2:14

155. Taylor Roberts vs Alan Gutierrez – Gutierrez def Roberts via KO RD1 @1:11

145. Delane Lamere vs Drew Brokenshire – Brokenshire def Lamere via RNC RD1 @1:50 SLC Title

170. Albert Tadevosyan vs Takilesi Uluilakepa – Tadevosyan def  Uluilakepa via Unanimous Decision SCL Title

145. Dexter Montenegro vs  Eurado Torres – Torres def Montenegro via TKO Rd @1:53

AMMY

200. Thomas Chavez vs Manuel Mesa – Chavez def Mesa via Split Decision

120. Tyler Jensen vs Taylan Yuasa – Yuasa def Jensen via Tap To Strikes RD1 @0:10

195. Aaron Ibanez vs Joe Carman – Carman def Ibanez via Armbar RD2 @2:14

155. Sanny Ibanez vs Terry NG – Ibanez def NG via KO RD1 @1:33

155. Joe Rohweder vs Michael Solorio – Rohweder def Solorio via RNC RD1 @2:54

150. Timothy Weeks vs Kyle Depaoli – Majority Draw

155. Johnson Nasona vs DJ Griffin – Nasona def Griffin via Armbar RD1 @2:28


A Night of 5 KOs/Stoppages at Kings Boxing – Barnett Stops Attah

February 29, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Here are the results from the Kings Promotions card that took place in front of a sellout crowd at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC:

(Photos by Wallace Barron)

DC lightweight Ty Barnett made a successful return after an almost two-year absence and scored an eighth-round TKO over DC veteran Daniel “The Prophet” Attah.  Barnett  dropped Attah  to the canvas with a right early in the eighth round and finished Attah with a right later in the round as the referee stopped the fight at 2:46 of the round.

In the co-feature, Mykal “The Professor” Fox of Forestville, MD won a six-round unanimous decision over veteran Claudinei Lacerda of Sombrio, Brazil in a super lightweight bout.  Fox used his height and reach advantage together with great foot movement to keep Lacerda at bay throughout the contest.

Also on the card, Laurel, MD middleweight Demond “D’ Best At It” Nicholson made short work of Jose Valderrama of Manati, Puerto Rico when Manati could not beat the count at 1:46 of the round when a crushing left hand dropped Valderrama to one knee.

Greenbelt, MD cruiserweight “The Vanilla Gorilla” Sam Crossed drew a nice portion of the sellout crowd as fans came to see the boxer who was knocked out by Mike Tyson in a DC-area Super Bowl TV commercial.  Crossed (pronounced Cross-ed) won his bout by four-round unanimous decision over Martez “I Am Legend” Williamson of Akron, OH.

CFFC 56 in the Books: 3 Belts and 3 Spectacular Finishes

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NEXT GEN UNDERCARD
Enrique Galarza vs. Bobby Malcolm
Galarza wins via Decision (Split)

Aaron Kennedy vs. Justin Marcial
Kennedy wins via Decision (Split)

Kyle Daukaus vs Paul Sims
Sims wins via Submission, Round 2 (Arm Triangle)

NEXT GEN MIDDLEWEIGHT TITLE FIGHT
Matt Roman vs Steven Covington
Roman wins via Decision (Unanimous) to become first ever CFFC Next Gen Champion

NEXT GEN FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE FIGHT
BJ Young vs. Robert De La Rionda
Young wins via Decision (Unanimous) to become second ever CFFC Next Gen Champion

MAIN CARD
Patrick Rivera vs. Marcus Surin
Surin wins via Decision

Chris Piriz vs Pat White
Piriz wins via TKO, Round 3 (Punches)

Jacob Bohn vs. Shane Burgos
Burgos wins via KO, Round 1 (Punch)

Rocky Edwards vs Sean Brady
Brady wins via Decision (Unanimous)

Andrew Cseh vs Sean Santella
Santella wins via Decision (Unanimous)

VACANT WELTERWEIGHT TITLE
Emmanuel Walo vs. Jeremiah Wells
Walo wins via Decision (Unanimous) to become CFFC Welterweight Champion

6 undefeated prospects on KIng’s Promotions card featuring Ty Barnett and Daniel Attah TONIGHT on GFL.TV

February 27, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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KIng’s Promotions card featuring Ty Barnett and Daniel Attah LIVE TONIGHT on GFL.TV – CLICK HERE TO WATCH

Plus 6 undefeated prospects including Mykal “The Professor” Fox on the undercard.

A solid nine bout card that will feature Super Lightweight contender Ty Barnett battling former world title challenger Daniel Attah in a bout scheduled for 10-rounds.

Barnett of Washington, D.C. has a record of 22-4-1 with 14 knockouts.

He turned professional in 2005 and went 16-0-1 in his first 17 bouts.

The 33 year-old has wins over Deon Nash (3-0), Pavel Miranda (17-1); Jose Leonardo Cruz (13-3-2); Johnnie Edwards (14-2-1); Tyrese Hendrix (18-1-1); Barnett is looking to get back in the win column following his 9th round stoppage defeat to former world title challenger Cosme Rivera on May 31, 2014 in Washington, D.C.

Attah of Washington, D.C via Nigeria has a record of 28-21-1 with 11 knockouts.

Attah, 37 years-old is a 20 year veteran who has some terrific wins on his resume.

He has wins over Miguel Figueroa (4-0-1), Elvis Ortiz (1-0-1), Brian Adams (7-0-1), Juan Carlos Suarez (14-2-2), Hicklet Lau (10-2-2), Kareem Braithwaite (6-1).

He won the WBO-NABO Super Featherweight championship with a 12-round unanimous decision over Aldo Valtierra on February 25, 2000. After winning the title he had three more quality wins over Keylang Umana (19-2), Ariel Nestal (24-2-4) and former world title challenger Ever Beleno (38-8) to set up a shot at undefeated WBO Super Featherweight champion Acelino Freitas.

Attah showed his toughness by going the distance with the Brazilian knockout artist, but fell short by losing a 12-round unanimous decision.

The loss to Freitas did not dissuade Attah as in his next bout he defeated Toncho Tonchev (27-1). Attah also has wins over Isidro Granados (14-1-2) & Marvin Quintero (20-2).

Attah has fought 6 world champions and 7 men who have fought for world titles.

In an 8-round bout, Jordan Shimmell (19-1, 16 KO’s) of Hudsonville, MI will take on upset minded Willis Lockett (14-15-5, 5 KO’s) of Takoma Park, MD in a Crusierweight bout.

Shimmell of Hudsonville, Michigan has a record of 19-1 with 16 knockouts and is looking to rebound after suffering his first professional defeat.

The 27 year-old turned professional in 2012 after completing a successful amateur career.

He won his first nineteen bouts which included wins over Brad Johnson (2-0) & Damon McCreary (15-1).

In his last bout, Shimmell dropped a 10-round unanimous decision to undefeated Isiah Thomas in a nationally televised bout.

Lockett of Takoma Park, Maryland has a record of 14-15-5 with five knockouts and has shown he will take on all comers from 168 pounds on up.

The 39 year-old is a fifteen year veteran of the squared circle and has sprung many upsets over the course of his career.

Those big wins include triumphs over Tyrone Tate (5-1), Glenn Turner (3-0-1), Willie Williams (6-1), former world title challenger Larry Marks, Joe McCready (10-2-1) & John Lennox (13-3). In his last bout, Lockett dropped a 6-round split decision to Ed Latimore (10-0) on January 8th in Royal Oak, Michigan.

In a 6-round bouts:

Super Middleweight Demond Nicholson (15-1, 15 KO’s) of Laurel, MD battles Jose Valderrama (4-12, 3 KO’s) of Manati, Puerto Rico.

King’s Promotions signee Mykal Fox (8-0, 2 KO’s) of Forestville, MD battles Claudinel Lacerda (17-13-1, 12 KO’s) of Sombrio, Brazil in a Jr. Welterweight bout.

In 4-round bouts:

Patrick Harris (7-0, 4 KO’s) of Hyattsville, MD takes on Christopher Russell (3-15-1, 2 KO’s) of Shattuck, OK in a Jr. Welterweight bout.

Sam Crossed (1-0, 1 KO) of Greenbelt, MD will fight Martez Williamson (1-9) of Akron, OH in a Cruiserweight bout.

Antonio Magruder (3-0, 2 KO’s) of Washington, DC will fight Terrell James (1-2-1) of Philadelphia, PA in a Jr. Welterweight affair.

Luther Smith (3-0, 3 KO’s) of Maryland will look to remain perfect when he takes on Charlemagne Jones (2-4-1, 2 KO’s) of Washington, DC in a Heavyweight bout.

Wesley Triplett (2-0, 1 KO) of Youngstown, OH will box Alando Pugh (1-6-1, 1KO) of Washington, DC in a Heavyweight bout.

Weigh In Results for Tonight’s Boxing Event from Kings Promotions

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King’s Promotions returns to our nation’s capital of Washington, D.C with a big night of boxing at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

Daniel Attah 136.4 – Ty Barnett 138.2
Claudinel Lacerda 141 – Mykal Fox 139.2
Wesley Triplett 213 – Alando Pugh 238
Demond Nicholson 163.5 – Jose Valderrama 162.2
Sam Crossed 192 – Martez Williamson 186
Antonio Magruder 140 – Terrell James 138
Jordan Shimmell 195 – Willis Lockett 197
Patrick Harris 138 – Christopher Russell 134
Luther Smith 216 – Charlemagne Jones 230

Hard Knocks Fighting 49 on April 22nd Features Alexi “Sexy” Argyriou v Nate “Get Money” Oses in Lightweight Title Fight

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Alexi “Sexy” Argyriou is a 3-0 professional mixed martial artist, a six foot lightweight who has finished all of his opponents. Argyriou also won all of his amateur matches, finishing all but one. He will face his toughest opponent yet in Nate “Get Money” Oses, a 2-1 professional fighter with just as many fights in amateur and pro cages.

Oses has only been defeated twice; once in a split decision loss as an amateur and another decision loss in 2012 in his pro debut. Oses has been “sharpening his tools” at Tristar in Montreal since his last fight and is ready to take on Hard Knocks’ hardest.

Ty Barnett, Daniel Attah, Mykal Fox, Jordan Shimmell Featured in Beltway Boxing Event from the Nations Capital on Saturday Night on GFL.TV

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Undefeated Lightweight Mykal Fox continues to step up against veteran Claudinei Lacerda.

Ty Barnett battles former world title challenger Daniel Attah in Main event on TOMORROW NIGHT (Feb. 27th) at Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

Jordan Shimmell battles Willis Lockett in co-feature.

Plus beltway stars Demond Nicholson, Sam Crossed, Patrick Harris, Antonio Magruder and Luther Smith to see action.

In the main event, Ty Barnett take on former world title challenger Daniel Attah in a Super Lightweight battle scheduled for 8-rounds.

In one of the chief support bouts, undefeated Lightweight, Mykal Fox will look to stay perfect when he takes on veteran Claudinei Lacerda in a bout scheduled for 6-rounds.

Fox is promoted by King’s Promotions.

Fox of Forestville, Maryland has a record of 8-0 with two knockouts while Lacerda of Brazil has considerably more experience as he is 17-13-1 with 12 knockouts.

“My training has been great. I have had great sparring with different looks. I have been in there with puncher, boxers and even some MMA fighters, so I am ready for anything,”said the 20 year-old Fox.

Lacerda is a grizzled veteran, who has been a Brazilian Super Welterweight champion as well as the WBO Latino Interim Lightweight champion.

“My opponent has more than 30 fights. He has been a champion, but this is nothing new. My last opponent (Adam Mate, 18-6) had twenty-four fights, so I feel it’s a great opportunity for me to continue fighting quality opponents.”

Fox, along with his father/trainer Troy, doe not believable that fighting such veteran fighters is too-much, too-soon for the fighter known as “The Professor”.

“My father believes in me and what I am capable of doing. I work hard and am always trying to move forward. I am on a great pace. Is it too fast? I don’t think so, because I also know what I am capable of. ”

Fox has been building his name in the local market as every fight of his career has been in the greater Maryland/D.C area and he embraces the opportunities to please the home fans.

“It is always a pleasure to fight at home. I always have a huge turnout and it is a good way to build my fan base. I am thankful and excited. Camp is the hard part and that is done. I can’t be more excited to put on a great performance on Saturday night.”

A terrific nine bout card is now set that will feature many up and coming stars in the Beltway region.

In the 8-round co-feature, Jordan Shimmell will battle the upset-minded Willis Lockett in a Cruiserweight bout.

In a 6-round Middleweight bout, knockout artist, Demond Nicholson (15-1, 15 KO’s) of Laurel, Maryland will take on Jose Valderrama (4-12, 3 KO’s ) of Miami, FL.

In a 4-round Cruiserweight affair, Sam Crossed (1-0, 1 KO) of Greenbelt, MD. will battle Martez Williamson (1-9) of Akron, OH.

In a 6-round Super Lightweight contest, Patrick Harris (7-0, 4 KO’s) fights Christopher Russell (3-15-1, 2 KO’s ) of Shattuck, OK.

Antonio Magruder (3-0, 2 KO’s) of Washington, D.C. will fight Terrell James (1-2-1) of Philadelphia in a 4-round Super Lightweight bout.

Luther Smith (3-0, 3 KO’s) of Bowie, MD. will look to keep his perfect knockout record intact when he squares off with Charlemagne Jones (2-4-1, 2 KO’s) in a 4-round battle of Beltway based Heavyweights

Wesley Triplett (2-0, 1 KO) of Youngstown, OH. will fight Alando Pugh (1-6-1, 1 KO ) of Washington, D.C. in a 4-round Heavyweight bout.

Warriors Cup XXV Results from a Night of Great Muay Thai

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Warriors Cup XXV Results – CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE FIGHTS

This past Saturday night at Queens Theatre in Corona NY Warriors Cup brought fan the 25th installment of the series with 9 exciting bouts.

Every fight was entertaining and nail biting for the packed house.

1) B-class 140lbs:
Elio Mayorga of Animals MMA defeats Beau Bradley of Five Points Academy in a controversial Majority decision.

2) Brett Tatatko of Staten Island Muaythai drops a decision against Eldris Barbosa of Evolution Muaythai.

3) Alex Chang of The Wat Wins via Unanimous decision against A game Thai Le of Varlaro’s Muaythai.

4) Eric Jung of the Institute wins a decision over Matt Gamiello of ATT Whitestone.

5) Mike Gallagher of Weapons 9 Gym wins a hard fought war against Jaime Mendoza of Spyda/ Driven Muaythai.

6) Malcolm Hill of The institute wins a nail biter via decision against a very tough and technical Ethan Geffen of RingSport Muaythai.

7) Rob Gonzales of The Wat and Joey Jernandez of Sitan Gym NY goes to war in the Super Fight for 5rds and Gonzales comes out on top with a unanimous decision ( Fight of the Night Honors) Joey announced his retirement after the fight.

8) co main Cruiserweight Title Defense – champ Ariel Abreu of Camp Undefeated Defends his Title successfully in a 5 rd War against the tough and gritty Kenny Jones of Stay Fly Muaythai.

9) main Event Welterweight Title Defense
Champ Chanon Kuldraree of Stamford Fight Club loses his Title in a 5rd Chess match fight against a very technical Nick Grant of The Wat.

Next show April 23 at Queens Theatre in NY.

Ty Barnett calls Daniel Attah a Stepping Stone to Bigger Fights.

February 25, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Ty Barnett “Attah is just a steppingstone to bigger fights”

Jordan Shimmell battles Willis Lockett in co-feature.

Plus beltway stars Demond Nicholson Mykal Fox, Sam Crossed, Patrick Harris,  Antonio Magruder and Luther Smith to see action
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In the main event, Ty Barnett take on former world title challenger Daniel Attah in a Super Lightweight battle scheduled for 8-rounds.

Barnett of Washington, D.C. has a record of 22-4-1 with 14 knockouts.

Attah of Washington, D.C via Nigeria has a record of 28-21-1 with 11 knockouts.

Barnett is excited and honored to be headlining in front of his hometown fans against a former world title challenger.

“Everything is going great in training.  Attah is a cagey veteran, who is a southpaw that fights everyone.  He has gone the distance with a lot of good fighters such as “Chop Chop” Corley.  He was an Olympian in 1996, but he is no threat to me,” said Barnett.

“It means a lot to me to headline at home here in Washington.  I can fight in front a lot of my family and friends.”

Barnett knows that with a couple wins, a big opportunity can arise in the 140-pound division.

“This is just a steppingstone fight for me.  I am not a guy who picks and chooses opponents.  I want to fight anybody.  It does not matter.”

“Come February 27, I will be back in action and all my fans and people in boxing will know that I am back and big things are ahead of me.

A terrific nine bout card is now set that will feature many up and coming stars in the Beltway region.

In the 8-round co-feature, Jordan Shimmell will battle the upset-minded Willis Lockett in a Cruiserweight bout.

In a 6-round Middleweight bout, knockout artist, Demond Nicholson (15-1, 15 KO’s) of Laurel, Maryland will take on Jose Valderrama (4-12, 3 KO’s ) of Miami, FL.

King’s Promotions promoted Super Lightweight, Mykal Fox (8-0, 2 KO’s) of Forestville, MD will fight Claudinei Lacerda (17-13-1, 12 KO’s) of Sombrio, Brazil in a bout scheduled for 6-rounds.

In a 4-round Cruiserweight affair, Sam Crossed (1-0, 1 KO) of Greenbelt, MD. will battle Martez Williamson (1-9) of Akron, OH.

In a 6-round Super Lightweight contest, Patrick Harris (7-0, 4 KO’s) fights Christopher Russell (3-15-1, 2 KO’s ) of Shattuck, OK.

Antonio Magruder (3-0, 2 KO’s) of Washington, D.C. will fight Terrell James (1-2-1) of Philadelphia in a 4-round Super Lightweight bout.

Luther Smith (3-0, 3 KO’s) of Bowie, MD. will look to keep his perfect knockout record intact when he squares off with Charlemagne Jones (2-4-1, 2 KO’s) in a 4-round battle of Beltway based Heavyweights

Wesley Triplett (2-0, 1 KO) of Youngstown, OH.  will fight Alando Pugh (1-6-1, 1 KO ) of Washington, D.C. in a 4-round Heavyweight bout.

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