Here are some of the fights on the upcoming card! There will be SIX title fights featured so don’t miss out!
Main Event – 170lbs Title Bout
Mitch Aguiar (Champion)
Co- Main Event – 185lbs Title Bout
Kedrick Harris (Champion
145lbs Title Bout
Kyle Graham (Champion)
155lbs Title Bout
Damon Minor (Champion)
205lbs Title Bout
Ryan Parker (Champion)
125lbs Title Bout
Two more exciting bouts round off the night!
Female 115lbs Bout
Prestige Fight Series 4 Features Main Event BRAWL: Chadd Collins takes on Alexi “The Great” Petroulias
Melbourne State Time: 7:00pm // New York Start time: 5:00am EST
What a huge show! This Oct 15th. Massive line up and can’t wait to put forward another big show! Top fighters from across the country here in Geelong!
Head to www.prestigefs.com.au for tickets or talk to your gyms and fighters!
Final layout of card to be announced in next few days.
Dynasty Combat Sports: DC 50 main event will Feature one of Nebraska’s most popular fighter’s, a Bellator, Strikeforce, RFA, and VFC veteran of almost 60 pro fights, Alonzo Martinez. Watch The Full Fight on GFL!
Alonzo Martinez fights out of Premier Combat Center and will face Mick Doyle’s product, Top Prospect Boimah Karmo, who was undefeated as an amateur and now 2-0 as a pro. This is another Veteran versus prospect match up.
Matt Delanoit, nearly a 40 fight Pro veteran, competing for over a decade will fight at Heavyweight, his 5th different weight class versus timeless veteran Scott Hough, who has also been competing for over a decade, and coming off a recent win at the last DC Ralston Arena Event.
Matt Williams and TJ Benson will return to the DC Steel in what could easily be fight of the night, Fan favorite Sean Wilson, who has over 60 pro fights dating back over 15 years will face off versus Lincoln’s Tate Wright in a Striker vs Jui Jitsu battle. Fremont Fire Fighter, the resurgent Brian Monaghan of Fremont tries to continue his recent win streak against Bellator veteran Matt Foster who 1st fought for DC in 2012.
Ryan Braun makes a highly anticipated return versus Dual Combat Sport Athlete Mike Seymour.
Corey Davis will make his pro debut versus Illinois product Wes Powers, and Omaha Nebraska’s own Jozette Cotton will face Canada’s own Bobbi-Jo Dalziel after a year and a half lay off in a WMMA battle of two undefeated fighters. The 50th event will take place at our new home Ralston Arena.
The bout card:
- Boima Karmo vs. Alonzo Martinez 155 lbs
- Scott Hough vs. Matt Delanoit 185 lbs
- Matt Foster vs. Brian Monaghan 205 lbs
- Mike Seymour vs. Ryan Braun 135 lbs
- Bobbi-Jo Dalziel vs. Jozette Cotton 155 lbs
- Tate Wright vs. Sean Wilson 155 lbs
- Matt Williams vs. Kevin Benson 155 lbs
- Wesley Powers vs. Corey Davis 185 lbs
- B. Neujahr-Gomez vs. Wayne Sullivan 185 lbs
- Christopher James vs. Mike Messer 170 lbs
- James Kanott vs. Robert Schull 205 lbs
- Nolan DeMers vs. Mike Murphy 145 lbs
- Kevin Corbett vs. Blayne Richards 170 lbs
- Keilen Fantroy vs. Reynold Reed 170 lbs
- Kirstina Leonard vs. Lindsay Wilson 115 lbs
- Robert Cisar vs. Jake Tamayo 155 lbs
the last time. Perth’s very own Daniel “The Rock” Dawson; the only man
to win world titles in boxing, Muay Thai and kickboxing returns to
Muay Thai after an illustrious career in boxing taking on 11 time
world champion and veteran John Wayne Parr hailing from the Gold
Coast.Known for their legend status in the world of Boxing, Kickboxing and
Muay Thai their two previous fights resulting in a victory each. This
will be the bout that settles the score as well as what will be John
Wayne Parr¹s last fight in WA before he retires.
Origins Fight Promotions worked hard to secure this main event bout in
what will be one not to miss as history is made on Perth soil as two
living legends go toe-to-toe in centre ring.
In the co-main event Perth home-grown middleweight Millad Farzad gets
his chance at redemption taking on Queenslander Jake Lund a second
time following his loss in May. The two are the future of Australian
fight sports and the bout promises to be a match up to be remembered
for years to comeŠ
Alex Amoroso (Seldys Gym) vs Jeremy “Fireball” Firth (Westside
(Country Muay Thai) vs Victoria Callaghan 2 (CGFT)Richard Lockett (Evolution MMA & Fitness) vs Luke Read (Riddlers Gym)
Charity Boxing Match #2: Scott “Rusty” Turnbull vs Eddie King
Charlie Diggins (CGFT) vs Alic Jones (Diesel Gym)
Charity Boxing Match #1: Jason “Butterbean” Harris vs Anthony “The
Jimmy Grey (CGFT) vs Travis Bowran 2 (Chinese Kickboxing)
Results from Powerplay 31: Riddell vs. Giorgi!
FIGHT 12 – MAIN EVENT
Bradley Riddell Vs Francesco Giorgi
WINNER: BRAD RIDDELL
Victor Nagbe Vs Piotr Lagodzki
3×3 K1 RULES
WINNER: VICTOR NAGBE BY KO 3rd Round!
Mehmet Ceyhan Vs Brendan McLean
5×2 K1 RULES
WINNER: MEHMET CEYHAN
Masri Nuristani Vs Ben McNeil
5×3 K1 RULES
WINNER: MASEH NURISTANI BY KO 2nd Round!
Ramesh Habib Vs Matthew Smith
WINNER: MATTHEW SMITH
Unanimous points decision
WKA SOUTH PACIFIC TITLE FIGHT!
Robert Minniti Vs Joshua Stoffels
5×2 K1 RULES
WINNER AND NEW SOUTH PACIFIC CHAMPION….ROBERT MINNITI!!!
John McKenna Vs David Petralito
WINNER: JOHN MCKENNA
Unanimous points decision
Indigo Boyd Vs Quan Trinh
RESULT: SPLIT DRAW!
Alberth Xavier Vs Tumay Hamza
3×2 K1 Rules
WINNER: ALBERTH XAVIER
BY KO 2nd Round!
Jacob O’Connor Vs Elliot Glenister
WINNER: JACOB O’CONNOR
Split points decision
Claire Foreman Vs Kerrianne McKay
WINNER: CLAIRE FOREMAN
Unanimous points decision
Kane Worthy Vs Dean Vujic
Unified MMA Heavyweight Champ Tanner Boser is out to prove he is UFC ready this weekend when he defends his crown against the uber tough Joey Yager.
Boser, the 25-year old Canadian prospect, is 10-2 in his pro career, having victories over UFC veteran Tim Hague, and MMA journeyman Tony Lopez. “The Bulldozer” has proven he can finish fights with six knockouts and two submissions, while also showcasing his stamina in his 25 minute war against Lopez this past June.
While the Canadian has certainly had his setbacks, it is clear he has the talent to compete at the sport’s highest level, and this weekend’s battle is an absolute must win if he hopes to join UFC’s roster.
Standing in his way will be Joey Yager, a 34 year old behemoth from Arizona that really has no business competing against a young stud like Boser. “Yagerbombz” is far from the prolific finisher Boser is, taking home only three finish victories in 11 career wins.
In his career, Yager has fought some notable names, and has lost to every single one of them. Brandon Halsey, Clifford Starks, and Marcus Sursa have all defeated Yager in the last three years. To his credit, the Heavyweight has defeated Tony Lopez in back to back impressive performances.
In all honesty, this should be a showcase title defense for Boser where he makes his statement to UFC brass that he is ready for the limelight. Will he fold under pressure, or come out victorious?
KC Fighting Alliance will “Fight For The Cure” on Saturday night in Missouri, and fight fans will be treated to a stacked card featuring some very intriguing bouts and prospects.
In the main event of the evening, Lightweight prospect Grant Dawson will look to prove he is ready for the big show when he takes on late replacement Mike Plazola for the KCFA 155 pound title.
Dawson, a Nebraska native, is 10-1 in his professional MMA career, with an additional seven submission victories in his impressive amateur career. “The Prophet” is a finishing machine, having won all 10 of his bouts via knockout or submission.
At one point, Dawson had 14 straight victories via submission from his Amateur career into the start of his professional career. Suddenly, the grappling aficionado decided to keep his next few fights on the feet, which led to three impressive KO’s, but also saw him take his first knockout loss.
Dawson was initially slated to take on Nick Rhoads in what would have been an exceptional fight, but 12-5 Mike Plazola has decided to step in on very short notice to take a crack at Dawson and the chance at becoming the 155 pound champ.
Plazola was born in California, but fights out of Iowa. A natural 145’er, Plazola will be the smaller man inside the cage, but he won’t have to cut any weight heading into the title fight.
“Plazilla” has had a strange pro MMA career thus far. After five straight finish victories to kick off his promising career, Plazola lost four straight fights via submission, including losses to UFC veteran Marcus LeVesseur and Bellator veteran Brandon Girtz. Since then, Plazola has gone 7-1 with all of his victories being violent finishes.
Plazola’s five losses all came via submission, and with Dawson earning 14 over his career thus far, you can expect “Plazilla” to try to keep this fight on the feet. Even if he does, Dawson has proved he has the power to put his opponents away in devastating fashion.
This is Dawson’s fight to lose, but Plazola is most certainly a live dog. Expect to see a barnburner of a fight, capped off with a savage finish that will likely make GFL’s Top 5 highlights next week.
Undefeated Flyweights battle for the Cage Combat title this weekend, and you can bet UFC brass will be keeping a close eye on the winner of this bout as a potential addition to UFC’s Flyweight ranks.
Francisco Obando and Dominick Perez both fight out of Texas, and both bring a 3-0 record into the cage on Saturday night. In a combined six fights, both men have only been able to accrue one finish each, but you can bet they will look to make a statement in their first title fight.
Obando heads into the fight with a three inch height advantage, towering over most Flyweights at 5’9. The 24 year old is coming off a hard fought decision victory over Dequette Reed at Cage Combat 25 back in August, and will look to make it four in a row on Saturday night.
As for Perez, the aspiring prospect has been trying to replicate his success in his amateur debut that led to a beautiful knockout victory, but two hard fought decision victories have given the 24-year old a ton of confidence heading into his first title bout.
This fight may lack bad blood, but it certainly doesn’t fall short of intrigue. The Flyweight division across MMA is starving for challengers, so a pair of undefeated amateurs going to war on Texas should be on everyone’s radar.
I wouldn’t expect a finish, but you can expect a hard fought battle that should leave fans on the edge of their seat.
Cage Combat 26 is a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Event Scheduled for October 1, 2016 in Humble, Texas USA and will be streamed on GFL! In the main event, Jose Solis will test his skills against an up-and-coming MMA talent in Casey Jones who looks to spoil his night and put the spotlight on himself in the road to the UFC!
Tru Bloodline has two fighters on the October 1st Cage Combat card. This card is stacked with Texas talent, and the Tru Bloodline team is ready to represent as well!
Jonathan Taylor will be making his debut as an amateur at a catch weight of 160 lbs. With Jonathan’s last fight falling thru at Legacy 58, he was afforded a double fight camp and is ready to let it all hang out. Next up is Mr. Casey Malik, Coming in with a few fights under his belt, Malik is looking to showcase his skill and display his confidence in a dominating fashion, since joining Tru Bloodline Fight team.
In the main event Chickasha, Oklahoma’s Jeremy “Spooner” Spoon takes on Johnnie Roades of Kansas City, MO for the Fists of Fury 145 lbs featherweight Title. Spoon has had a storied career winning his first 8 pro fights before being called up to Bellator, where he received his first national exposure when he handed Jerrod Sanders his first professional defeat at Bellator 37. Spoon went on to fight in Bellator’s season six and seven quarter finals losing to future champions Daniel Mason-Straus and Mike Richman. In amassing his 18-3 record he has won the featherweight titles at SCS, KOTC and Bricktown Brawl. Spoon has won 6 of his last 7 bouts, his last loss being a split decision loss to UFC vet Ryan Roberts who was defending his Victory FC lightweight belt.
Spoon a collegiate wrestling champion for the state of Oklahoma has had an easy transition to MMA, having submitted opponents 11 times in his 18 wins. If not for recent injuries many believe he would be fighting in the UFC today. He is one of the top featherweights in the country and with a strong victory this weekend he could be fighting at the next level in his next fight.
Spoon’s opponent Johnnie Roades has his own win streak going, having won 7 in a row, finishing all but 1 of those opponents. Roades has already fought 6 times in 2016, with this fight being his 7th in less than 9 months. This says a lot about Roades’ skill and durability. In a battle of Oklahoma v Missouri the 31 year old Spoon seems to be catching 27 year old Roades as he is peaking, which will make for a very tough and dangerous fight. If Spoon keeps to his strengths he has the experience to beat the aggressive Roades, however, if Spoon has a weakness it has been when he has been caught with a solid kick or punch that has put him on his back.