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World Class Kickboxing Championships:
154 lbs.: Paige “Danger” Triola defeated Megan Mazza via Unanimous Decision in three rounds 30-26, 30-26 and 30-27 Colon.
Full Contact Contender (FCC) 17: Rob ‘C4’ Sinclair takes on Current FCC Lightweight Champion Charlie Leary -Live on GFL.Tv
Manchester Event City, Full Contact Contender (FCC) 17 features the return of Rob ‘C4’ Sinclair (13-3) as he challenges current FCC Lightweight Champion Charlie Leary (12-7) in what is guaranteed to be an explosive contest. Watch the fights Live on GFL –CLICK HERE.
Sinclair has been absent from competition spanning back to June 2015. However, ‘C4’ brings a wealth of experience to the cage. The former BAMMA Lightweight Champion has faced a who’s who of UKMMA talent and was signed to Bellator before a string of horrendous injuries sidelined him.
“I want to thank Charlie for taking the fight. He could of ducked it and maybe taken an easier fight!! Balls to the kid, he’s kept me out of retirement, he’s given me a fire to look to train, enjoy training.. I know what I’m capable of.. And I’ll be showing it come fight night, 24th September is a bad night for Charlie Leary!!
Reigning and defending FCC Lightweight Champion Charlie Leary is coming off an impressive title defence over Mick Bowman and is looking for his fifth straight win. Leary is understandably excited for this fight: “his is huge in my mind! Rob Sinclair has been the number one guy in Europe since I turned pro; and FCC are right up there as one of the top three promotions in the UK so having their title is a great achievement! But, defending it means everything to me and is a massive step in my career especially given my opponent!”
For UKMMA fans this contest is guaranteed to deliver as neither man will take a backwards step. Couple that with Sinclair’s desire to prove his time isn’t up while Leary wants to show it is his time now!
The Bout Card:
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Main Event: Scott Futrell defeated Luke Gwaltney via KO/TKO at the 5:00 mark of Round 3.
Co-Main: Dan Busch defeated Derek Clardy via Unanimous Decision.
Katy Collins defeated Jamie Thorton via Submission at the 1:44 mark of Round 1.
Kyle Noblitt defeated Mike Wasem via Submission 1:08 Round 1.
Luis Pena defeated Chris Petty via KO/TKO at the 4:22 mark of Round 1.
Ronni Nanney defeated Nicole Smith via Submission at the 1:49 mark of Round 1.
Livingston defeated Frank Cortez via Split Decision.
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Grey Patino vs. Adam Huckel ends in Draw.
Drew Kirizopoulos defeats Tyson Filenko by Unanimous Decision.
Warrior FC “Caged Chaos” takes place this Saturday at the Harlan Center pitting undefeated Nathan Maness (6-0, 10-0, including amateur record) from North Carolina against hometown Kentucky fighter Brandon Bell for the Warrior FC Lightweight Title.
This bout may seem lopsided but it is far from that. Maness is coming off a tough shoulder injury that he incurred in January and has not been in the cage for almost a year. Additionally Maness is climbing 2 weight classes to fight at lightweight having gone from 135lbs to 155 lbs for the contest. Brandon Bell (4-5) is basically fighting in his backyard and has won three of his last five fights, his last win a first round TKO over Shane Robinson. Though he lost the Lightweight Title to a retiring Matt Metts via decision this past April, he is know to be a tough, strong fighter having never been knocked out.
All said Maness is still the favorite in this bout. He was ranked as the No. 1 pro bantamweight in the Southeast, and had already decided to step in weight well before this bout. In 10 bouts (6 as a pro) since 2013 he has never lost, having finished 5 or 50% of his opponents. His last fight was in 2015 at Coliseum Combat XXXIII, when he knocked out Michael Ricketts with one of the best shots of the year. He also holds wins over other notable fighters, Isaiah Ferguson and Jeremy Pender.
The tale of the tape also seems to be in Maness’ favor as he has youth (25 years to Bell’s 31 years), height and reach advantages. If Maness can quell the hometown crowd and if his shoulder is full healed he should come away with the victory, though do not expect a 1st round finish.
The Bout Card:
TJ Laramie is an 18-year old stud athlete who has looked mighty impressive early on in his MMA career.
The Ontario native is 3-1, having finished each of his first three opponents in under three minutes. In January, Laramie obliterated Yvon Agenord via knockout in just 25 seconds, landing him the No. 1 spot on our GFL top 5 highlights.
Since then, Laramie dropped an razor close split decision to the highly touted Vince Murdock, but the loss will prove to be a great learning experience for the young prospect. Hale has only 5 fights since turning pro in 2009. Though he is only 3-2 he has only fought high level winning opponents. He has had 5 bouts cancelled over the past 18 months, so its clear he is taking his career seriously at this point and needs a win over an opponent like Laramie to propel him.
With a 15 minute fight under his belt, Laramie heads into his bout on Saturday night against David Hale as the heavy favorite. Will the Canadian once again earn another violent finish, or will Hale prove to be another stiff test in the Xcessive Force cage?
Bout of Note: Craig Shintani (5-1) vs. Scott Hudson (5-2-1). Currently riding a 5 fight win streak Shintani will look to fight for the first time in 2016 and will look to capitalize on his spectacular first round KO of Wolfgang Janssen at Hard Knocks 45. Hudson moved to Thailand in 2015 to train at Team Quest Thailand he went 2-0-1 in the far east most recently fighting to a draw at WSOF Global with the then 6-1 Islam Makoev. This is a fantastic match up between two high level strikers looking to make their name in a crowded Canadian Lightweight division.
The Bout Card:
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135 lbs: Ricky Turcios defeated Trent Meaux via Unanimous Decision.
135 lbs: Gerzan Chaw defeated Joel Scott via Guillotine Choke after 3:15 of the 2nd Round.
170 lbs: N. Veretennikov defeated Charlie Ontiveros via in the 1st Round.
265 lbs: Joel Moore defeated Gary Harling via TKO after 2:05 of the 1st.
125 lbs: David Acosta defeated Eric Hendon via TKO Guillotine Choke after 3:15 of the 2nd Round
145 lbs: Daniel Heffernan defeated Carlos Melara via Unanimous Decision.
115 lbs: Sijin Kurian defeated R. Castillo via Rear Naked Choke after 4:09 of the 1st Round
205 lbs: Issac Teran defeated Tim Lashley via TKO after :17 of the 1st.
135 lbs: Emerson Garcia defeated Christian Lira via TKO after 2:49 of the 1st Round.
145 lbs: Cameron Graves defeated Jose Ceja via TKO in the 2nd Round.
155 lbs: Leroy Vasquez defeated Rocky Long via TKO (doctor stoppage) after 1:17 of the 1st Round.
170 lbs: Aaron Reeves defeated Morgan Oriahi via TKO after :13 of the 2nd Round.
155 lbs: Tyler Bradford defeated Nathan Stanton via Unanimous Decision.
145 lbs: Brandon Cancino defeated Darius Gray via Unanimous Decision.
205 lbs: Juan Adams defeated Jordan Zendejas via TKO after 1:24 of the 1st Round.
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MAIN EVENT – LIGHTWEIGHTS – (8)
Amos “2 Smooth” Cowart (11-1-1, 9 KOs), Groveland, FL 137 lbs.
“Nice” Nick DeLomba (10-1, 2 KOs), Cranston, RI 137 lbs.
CO-FEATURE – SUPER FEATHERWEIGHTS (8)
Dardan Zenunaj (12-1, 9 KOs), Braine le Comte, Belgium 130 lbs.
Jose “Shorty” Salinas (9-2-1, 5 KOs), Las Cruces, NM 131 lbs.
“Marvelous” Mykey Williams (3-0, 2 KOs), East Hartford, CT 142 lbs.
David Nelson (3-5, 1 KO), Lawton, OK lbs. 140 lbs.
Irvin Gonzalez (1-0, 1 KO), Worcester, MA 126 lbs.
Juan Muniz (0-4), Tyler, TX 129 lbs.
Anthony Laureano (pro debut), East Hartford, CT 146 lbs.
Nahir Albright (pro debut), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 144 lbs.
Jonathan “Smooth” Figueroa (pro debut), Hartford, CT 144 lbs.
Demetris Williams (0-1), Philadelphia, PA 144 lbs.
Jon “Jonfer” Fernandez (8-0, 6 KOs), Bilbao, Pais Vasco, Spain 132 lbs.
Naciff “Chata” Castillo (17-8-2, 5 KOs), Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico 132 lbs.
Wesley Ferrer (11-0, 6 KOs), Brooklyn, NY 139 lbs.
Angel Figueroa (4-3-1, 0 KOs), Lorain, Ohio 139 lbs.
WHAT: “Broadway Boxing”
WHEN: Thursday, September 1, 2016
WHERE: Fox Theater, Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, CT
PROMOTER: DiBella Entertainment
DOORS OPEN: 5:00 p.m. ET
FIRST BOUT: 7:00 p.m. ET
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Kurtis Parisi vs. Hector Sanchez (main event pro kickboxing)
Round 1: They smash their way into the clinch. The ref breaks them up a few times. They exchange punches and some knees. Hector lands a nice right hand and Kurtis answers with a leg kick. They fight their way back into a clinch and the ref breaks them apart again. An unintentional low blow causes a brief stop in the action just before the round comes to a close.
Round 2: They exchange punches. They clinch and Kurtis lands some knees. Another accidental low blow stops the fight briefly. They go back to the action. Kurtis lands some nice stiff leg kick and some solid knees to the midsection. Kurtis Lands some nice straight punches and several hard leg kicks that crumble his opponent at 1:39 in round 2 for the ref stoppage.
Your winner by Tko Kurtis Parisi
Darryl Mayer vs. Nate Ghareeb (MMA)
Round 1: They exchange on the feet. Nate lands a couple nice kicks and they exchange punches. They go to the ground briefly and then back to the feet. A fast paced fight has the crowd in an uproar. Darryl looks for a takedown at the end of the first but Nate is saved by the bell.
Round 2: A brief exchange on the feet leads to a ground war. Nate controls his opponent from the top position showcasing his jits skills. Darryl looks to defend and get back on top but is unsuccessful. Nate is too strong and too skilled. Nate takes and armbar and triangle attempt from the mount and sinks in the triangle choke for the tapout victory.
Your winner in round 2 by tapout via triangle choke is Nate Ghareeb
Jarett Gouveia vs. Hector Acosta welterweight (Kickboxing)
Round 1: They exchange kicks and a few punches. Hector digs in some slid leg kicks. They exchange somemore punches as Hector is the aggressor. The round comes to an end.
Round 2: Hector picks him apart with kicks to the leg and body. Jarett backs up as Hector is the aggressor again. Jarett land a few punches to the head and a couple leg kicks of his won. the two engage and exchange punches to close the round.
Round 3: They exchanges and Hector sweeps his legs. Jarett hits the mat and goes back to his feet. They exchanges punches and kicks. Hector digs in a few more nice leg kicks as well as kicks to the body. They exchange some back and forth punches as the round comes to a close. Im not sure why the judges saw this fight the way they did but their decision is as follows.
Your winner by decision is Jarett Gouveia.
Jake St. Germain vs. Jordon Ames welterweight (MMA)
Round 1: They exchange punches standing up. They go back and forth with the striking but Jake appears to have the edge. Jake lands a series of unanswered strikes for the ref stoppage in round number one.
Your winner via ref stoppage due to strikes is Jake St. Germaine.
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